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"tom schatz" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"tom schatz" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Or would you be like, I'm not going to run that risk just yet, Because in a way, that's what you're doing. With your kids is They said. You can have 25 kids on the bus when you put your kids in that situation, And would you put yourself in that situation? Tom Schatz is a big boy Thursday. He's with a shadow. You put your kids in the bus. I know. I'm guessing you would also have attended that party in Chatham. Hell, Yes. Absolutely. I go. I got a market basket like every two days and what we are we kidding here? You know, I'm six miles apart from the next person, the woman Sniffed at me a couple days ago and six miles apart. Yes, Textiles apart. Don't worry about it. I'm not a part of that way We can get this disease which we're not sure but the airborne or not, but No, we'll continue with the performance because that's what it's all about now, so Yes, I was at the hairdresser's today. You know, everybody was stopped telling us that that isn't that the weirdest thing Lightning the do you really want to hear about Shaddock and the hairdresser? Well, apparently, some of our textures did because I had a text here earlier and I gotta find it here. It says Tom sharing gossip from the hairdresser's is the kind of content I come here for. It says 50 wait says that while I picture him sitting there in one of those beehive hair dryers. Imagine, as Maj is getting your nails done mad. You see what happened the other day downtown? Yeah, believe how about those wacky kids in the Cape? And yet that's you Shot A. He's sitting there reading the Lowell sun in his hand. Just protecting dryer pretending he's reading it. He's not really Daddy, Guess what A little bird told me Thursday. Whales going belly up. Well to be confirmed yet. Correct. So hey, tries it. If you can, please, you know, and the grog to which I love it. I love it. That's going to But hold on. No, no, no. Okay, okay, lightning and or suck up, Dave. You both are a little more reasonable than shaddock, Shaddock says. Caution be damned. I'm all in on everything. All the all the time If I told you guys, they got a little gathering at the house going to be 20 to 30 people here, lightning you coming To your house. Um, probably because I know that about 20 of the people there were going to be kids. So yes, Yes, I am. What size? Does the gathering have to be? Where you say am probably out. Does it matter Crowd or does it matter Circumstance? In other words, if you know it's at my house, but most likely it's going to be outdoors. You're like, Yeah, I'll go. But if I tell you look, it's raining and we're going to have a bunch of people over and you're welcome to join us or you are you Is there a point at which you're hesitating? Inside's different? Yeah, if it's outside, and there's a bunch of people and you, khun distance and whatever you're in your own kind of like little bubble comfort zone. Dania. Inside's different I'd be more hesitant. Does the Chatham story give you any pause? Static. Does that story give you pause? No, it doesn't give me pause. I You know, I assume that at some point we're all we all will have had the virus or the virus will have had its shot at us. And some people will not have been symptomatic. Some people will have been symptomatic. I think it's only a matter of time. You know it. I just don't think I get all that you can just keep living like this. And you know, treatments are getting better and those on the country air surgeon the death rate. The percentage is not so and hopefully that won't change. But you know, it's the place not to be when this all happened was in it. A senior home housing In Massachusetts or New York or New Jersey. That's where not to be. You know, the Chatham House party is not a good deal, but it's not where you generally went to die during this during this pandemic. You probably got it in the mail..

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"tom schatz" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"tom schatz" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Makes love cannot enforce it. The other enforces love cannot make one branch declares war cannot wage it. The other branch wages war but cannot The fighters are to declare it and one branch appropriate CE money but cannot spend the other spends money but cannot appropriate remarks described the very heart of that president by combining their power to appropriate with the power to spend, and it shouldn't surprise us that that's a formula that has consistently produced both waste. And corruption. When did is when begin to consider that the next round of spending related to these ill advised lockdowns? I think it's time we confronted this simple truth. Government does not finance the economy. The economy finances the government when we shut down the economy We shut down the revenues of government spends at such a time is this We ought to be extra careful how that money is being spent. And if we don't heed and practice that true very soon. History is harsh lesson will be visited on our country and its this nation's of bankrupt themselves are around very long. Because before you could provide for the common defense or promote the general welfare, you have to be able to pay for them and the ability of our country to do that is about the test. So thank you, Tom. Thank you See a job. You are sounding the alarm CEO Ji W's provided the answers, and now we're left with a simple on in question. Will the American people finally demand their government stopped mortgaging their future, squandering herds. Thanks again. Thank you very much. Father wasn't always appreciate your remarks and Last and certainly not least another taxpayer superhero and the co sponsor, actually, author of the Earmark Elimination Act, Congressman Ralph Norman of South Carolina. Tom Schatz, the president of Citizens against Government waste. This event is being held virtually. I think it's time you did. Okay. Thank you. I appreciate what you do and appreciate all Mod cons. Congressional members being on here. You know what with the pig book. What you're doing is Shedding light on something that's really hard to find, and that's what I like so much about it. We put out monthly piglets, which is spending that hopefully catch his own with the American people, particularly fifth history. But you know it is and I'm a real estate developer. I'm you know, when, when? When people asked me to build a building it comes down to Are you going to do it or you're not going. I think we're at that point right now is Tom McClintock said, Um, you know, it's not been on the budget committee and try to get any cuts is impossible from both sides. Now I think that we're at a point of no return where we're going to have to do something. And I guess the answer is one elected people that are willing to do what members On this conference are willing to do which is to vote to rein in spending. Uh, exactly, we've got to. We've got publicize where the tax dollars are going is 10 said tax dollars of sacred money. And you know how we're gonna pay this back. You talk about $860 billion for one month. Um, there's something that We don't have to get a control alone. Somebody is gonna have. We're gonna have to handle it. But I just appreciate what's what you're doing. It's a, um, I think we're the critical point. As one man told me, he said, Why you all spending dropped money out of helicopters and just hoping it lands in the right place. It's time to say no, and it's time to stand up. We're certainly No, A group of is willing to do that. I appreciate what you're doing to look forward to working with you in the future. Thank you very much. Thank you again to everyone who has been with us this morning. As I said, you're free to stay on videos. I want to thank Sean Kennedy, our research director who has once again waited through mounds of four to write the congressional pig book. Which, by the way, I have to say I wrote the 1st 1 in 1991. So we have been doing this for a long time on DNA result as I look, I don't think I don't think Alex Abrams, our communications director for doing this, basically on her own first leave together, something like this seemed to be a lot easier if we could get the pigs and the The room and bring everybody together. And they really look forward to doing that next year. So thank you all again, or videos will now begin starting with Senator Ted Cruz, followed by Joni Ernst likely and Rand Paul and then representative Jim backs. This is a virtual of this's a re air. She spend radio programming from Wednesday. It's a real privilege to once again join my good friends at the citizens against government waste for the annual congressional Pig Book Conference, Texas Republican Ted Cruz. So the gigantic bright pink pigs are absent from this year's press conference. One doesn't have to look very far to see gigantic right pink pigs on Capitol Hill, namely the port, the out of control spending and the astronomical deaths. For far too long members of both parties have been content with bank robbing future generations of Americans. They've been content with wasting, hardworking tax affairs. Accolade. I've been contention only one member didn't you threw the annual citizens against government waste hands on the guy? That pink book is often considered the most hated book washing for those of us by each and every day transfer people is in tremendous tool. You know, real reason I less than nine books shines a powerful light..

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"tom schatz" Discussed on No Wahala with Tune Day + Bawo

No Wahala with Tune Day + Bawo

11:04 min | 1 year ago

"tom schatz" Discussed on No Wahala with Tune Day + Bawo

"Sheni I know. A lot of people can't talk about it because relationships but I can because I don't have any issue with Edmore within you think anybody there First of all Obviously people who tweeted on it spoke passionately about their. Take time there I don't blame someone who's produced shows. I don't blame them for like a stage collapsing relapse in but they still have to share some blame whether it'd been capacity of who they allow in or just you know controlling the crowd the for the amount of people they have on a certain platform. Whatever it is down to be some blamed past? 'cause obviously a good show you credit them in a bad show. Some blame. Mexico passed but It's I don't know I did not like the first storm response. They had it just felt like pointing fingers but the second one was a lot better I also think the second one coming after that first one takes some like it just takes something off the like. It just doesn't doesn't feel as genuine because of the first one but it's unfortunate obviously. It's unfortunate I know. It's not something they had plan. That's not something they built so they they don't know too much about it but the statement that I was just I felt it was dry and I wanted more people to speak out on it but again I know day relationships there Hopefully certain things happen to trigger better event management. You know bring more awareness to engineering and venues just spaces in which people choose to do events But I think it has to be said 'cause they doing such a great great job so it's side that you know some people find out about them. This is the first some people might find out about their names. You know because there's like oh bad. News travels transit and good news but regardless there's still a great brand and hopefully they're balanced back in do even better than gone be fine. I think You know it's it's one of those happens to a lot of experience brands when When they step into a push this and texting from Ghana comeback? Great Don The actually that's happening. It's actually strange. what's it called. It's their your first or second time doing something like that especially the location. You chose to do Marie Okinawa Park. I think they did a really good job. Picking a good location to host that many people I unfortunately believe that there were some production Opportunities that were overlooked looked which caused Some oversight since some security and safety areas And I really hope that they take their learnings from the experience that happened which we all saw on social media hope that they take the learnings from what actually transpired and use it to to make the next Offering that much safer and stronger and more Enjoyable from the FAN perspective Because my my thing is I mean I've been to shows and I've been to festivals in On the continent that have been bigger the the native land that have you know have well just went well staff done well but also on the flip side. I've seen events that have not gone so well right like I went to Global Citizens Festival in Johannesburg last year or the year before before. Whatever it was where Jay on Komo okay and I remember the The was called the backlash that they got from you know you're you're hosting hundreds of thousands of people in the venue in Johannesburg and there's no security no adequate security people are getting raped. People are getting She she'd up by the security that was hired to street lights weren't working after the concert of people are walking back to their cars walking back to public transportation in darkness so people are getting robbed. it was a mess and I remember we. We talked about it on the podcast then but I'm I'm grateful that it wasn't I wasn't seeing reports on social media. That were that crazy but You know I just know that. It was an opportunity for the organizers of native land to get it get it get it more right next year. I I think it's the expectations will be different. And obviously they'll command a certain amount of detail in whoever they work with. But it's just unfortunate. Certain things have to happen to trigger from happening. 'cause I'm sure if everything goes well then it's just like show up next into the same thing but I I just needed It's just a statement. Threw me off and just and just felt like it was something to happen but then happened. you know grade read. That wasn't also. That wasn't the only show that happened in Lagos technical. Even it wasn't the only native land event the happened you know. Oh Yeah I spoke on. Those panellist spoke on The other native series that they had which was great great. I got to sit on a panel with Milton. How my Tan in Manhattan with Tom? Tom Schatz saw do you. Dr Hamad how much time I see what you thank you very much. Actually should I would've changed matured into that now for us to go for it. That's that's beautiful. See you as weak but It was great to sit on the panel with The home is like Dj ob. Home I like this though I'm sorry keep getting sidetracked fire. I don't change my name. I keep my name's out. Take somebody listening to this use. It shot up. Use it if your listeners know how you free to use Dr Heim Sh- again fill DR HAMAD GET OUTTA here anyways anyways. Stop anyways anyways Spoke on a panel spoke on the piano. Dj Ob. Douglas check on Joey Akon and sh- and changed. We're on the panel together talking about the House that it was cool. I mean we talked about the best of the decade As far as the Nigerian music is concerned and I don't think any of US came to a real conclusion. I think it turned into a conversation of who had the most impact out of all the artists that you know don't that we've all brought up. who had the most impacting last decade which is completely different conversation than who had the best album of the decade? Some people were bringing you pursue. We all mentioned wiz kid at one point went as far back as mentioning like The mode nine the BRI my most and I'm like that's not the that's this decade. Let's say well he has. Recent album grammar does True but the son on a carpenter. Now right so We're Tong that's how the conversation went from you. Know are we talking about the artists overall. Aw or the artists when they had the most impactful project so right it turned. Yeah so there was no it was. It was too diverse for us to land on my one thing thing and I think that it was a good panel McKenna people's diverse opinions of of what had the most impact as far as A Nigerian album on the masses the past decade For me I I WANNA say I went with Either I or superstar as far as like. What was the most influential to bank? He did put his foot bowl to those albums as an in in our and it and it also came up that one day. We're going to give back his followers for being museum We have to add to give. The man is when maybe we'll try to get that call him at some point just talking about that experience. Yeah I mean with if you're listening. I know you hate doing these things but whenever you're ready Bro. Whenever you arrayed easy come on do port? We saw leave your house wherever you are go online and do bald. We saw house a good spiritual. Thank you very much. I guess what I landed. I don't want to know. Allegedly Saint Semi Maganga taught me. Wow allegedly sense. Okay Woman's I'll tell you when when I start to wind Jamaica accidental on some million me. Hey guys you listen to Noah it's your boy Oy bowel issue boy tune day and we hit. It's all to you about anchor. One of our favorite APPs. Let's make sure we got these episodes out for our audience. You know in a timely fashion. Yeah I know you guys have been asking. What do we use the record? It is anchor anchor intro. We want to share with you. Guys are the secret sauce for sauce. Be but we we on June Grosso. It's it's very yeah. It's nothing nothing you don't pay anybody. You don't have to fall one nine together saying. Hey it's it's of lightweight. Do things the legal way the freeway. I easy to use literally. You just need an APP literally everything you need to medical podcast. One place like you can record at it and contribute beauty podcasts through the IRS android. I don't know why but you know blackberry. I think she's vantage. Anki you excellent best part best part. You Amani Money's you can make money of just basically using anger so not only does it make your life easier it also gets you paid so what you need to do. Now is download anchor make it happen anchor go to anchor dot. FM to get started. Mako podcast solution. Reality.

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"tom schatz" Discussed on No Wahala with Tune Day + Bawo

No Wahala with Tune Day + Bawo

11:04 min | 1 year ago

"tom schatz" Discussed on No Wahala with Tune Day + Bawo

"Sheni I know. A lot of people can't talk about it because relationships but I can because I don't have any issue with Edmore within you think anybody there First of all Obviously people who tweeted on it spoke passionately about their. Take time there I don't blame someone who's produced shows. I don't blame them for like a stage collapsing relapse in but they still have to share some blame whether it'd been capacity of who they allow in or just you know controlling the crowd the for the amount of people they have on a certain platform. Whatever it is down to be some blamed past? 'cause obviously a good show you credit them in a bad show. Some blame. Mexico passed but It's I don't know I did not like the first storm response. They had it just felt like pointing fingers but the second one was a lot better I also think the second one coming after that first one takes some like it just takes something off the like. It just doesn't doesn't feel as genuine because of the first one but it's unfortunate obviously. It's unfortunate I know. It's not something they had plan. That's not something they built so they they don't know too much about it but the statement that I was just I felt it was dry and I wanted more people to speak out on it but again I know day relationships there Hopefully certain things happen to trigger better event management. You know bring more awareness to engineering and venues just spaces in which people choose to do events But I think it has to be said 'cause they doing such a great great job so it's side that you know some people find out about them. This is the first some people might find out about their names. You know because there's like oh bad. News travels transit and good news but regardless there's still a great brand and hopefully they're balanced back in do even better than gone be fine. I think You know it's it's one of those happens to a lot of experience brands when When they step into a push this and texting from Ghana comeback? Great Don The actually that's happening. It's actually strange. what's it called. It's their your first or second time doing something like that especially the location. You chose to do Marie Okinawa Park. I think they did a really good job. Picking a good location to host that many people I unfortunately believe that there were some production Opportunities that were overlooked looked which caused Some oversight since some security and safety areas And I really hope that they take their learnings from the experience that happened which we all saw on social media hope that they take the learnings from what actually transpired and use it to to make the next Offering that much safer and stronger and more Enjoyable from the FAN perspective Because my my thing is I mean I've been to shows and I've been to festivals in On the continent that have been bigger the the native land that have you know have well just went well staff done well but also on the flip side. I've seen events that have not gone so well right like I went to Global Citizens Festival in Johannesburg last year or the year before before. Whatever it was where Jay on Komo okay and I remember the The was called the backlash that they got from you know you're you're hosting hundreds of thousands of people in the venue in Johannesburg and there's no security no adequate security people are getting raped. People are getting She she'd up by the security that was hired to street lights weren't working after the concert of people are walking back to their cars walking back to public transportation in darkness so people are getting robbed. it was a mess and I remember we. We talked about it on the podcast then but I'm I'm grateful that it wasn't I wasn't seeing reports on social media. That were that crazy but You know I just know that. It was an opportunity for the organizers of native land to get it get it get it more right next year. I I think it's the expectations will be different. And obviously they'll command a certain amount of detail in whoever they work with. But it's just unfortunate. Certain things have to happen to trigger from happening. 'cause I'm sure if everything goes well then it's just like show up next into the same thing but I I just needed It's just a statement. Threw me off and just and just felt like it was something to happen but then happened. you know grade read. That wasn't also. That wasn't the only show that happened in Lagos technical. Even it wasn't the only native land event the happened you know. Oh Yeah I spoke on. Those panellist spoke on The other native series that they had which was great great. I got to sit on a panel with Milton. How my Tan in Manhattan with Tom? Tom Schatz saw do you. Dr Hamad how much time I see what you thank you very much. Actually should I would've changed matured into that now for us to go for it. That's that's beautiful. See you as weak but It was great to sit on the panel with The home is like Dj ob. Home I like this though I'm sorry keep getting sidetracked fire. I don't change my name. I keep my name's out. Take somebody listening to this use. It shot up. Use it if your listeners know how you free to use Dr Heim Sh- again fill DR HAMAD GET OUTTA here anyways anyways. Stop anyways anyways Spoke on a panel spoke on the piano. Dj Ob. Douglas check on Joey Akon and sh- and changed. We're on the panel together talking about the House that it was cool. I mean we talked about the best of the decade As far as the Nigerian music is concerned and I don't think any of US came to a real conclusion. I think it turned into a conversation of who had the most impact out of all the artists that you know don't that we've all brought up. who had the most impacting last decade which is completely different conversation than who had the best album of the decade? Some people were bringing you pursue. We all mentioned wiz kid at one point went as far back as mentioning like The mode nine the BRI my most and I'm like that's not the that's this decade. Let's say well he has. Recent album grammar does True but the son on a carpenter. Now right so We're Tong that's how the conversation went from you. Know are we talking about the artists overall. Aw or the artists when they had the most impactful project so right it turned. Yeah so there was no it was. It was too diverse for us to land on my one thing thing and I think that it was a good panel McKenna people's diverse opinions of of what had the most impact as far as A Nigerian album on the masses the past decade For me I I WANNA say I went with Either I or superstar as far as like. What was the most influential to bank? He did put his foot bowl to those albums as an in in our and it and it also came up that one day. We're going to give back his followers for being museum We have to add to give. The man is when maybe we'll try to get that call him at some point just talking about that experience. Yeah I mean with if you're listening. I know you hate doing these things but whenever you're ready Bro. Whenever you arrayed easy come on do port? We saw leave your house wherever you are go online and do bald. We saw house a good spiritual. Thank you very much. I guess what I landed. I don't want to know. Allegedly Saint Semi Maganga taught me. Wow allegedly sense. Okay Woman's I'll tell you when when I start to wind Jamaica accidental on some million me. Hey guys you listen to Noah it's your boy Oy bowel issue boy tune day and we hit. It's all to you about anchor. One of our favorite APPs. Let's make sure we got these episodes out for our audience. You know in a timely fashion. Yeah I know you guys have been asking. What do we use the record? It is anchor anchor intro. We want to share with you. Guys are the secret sauce for sauce. Be but we we on June Grosso. It's it's very yeah. It's nothing nothing you don't pay anybody. You don't have to fall one nine together saying. Hey it's it's of lightweight. Do things the legal way the freeway. I easy to use literally. You just need an APP literally everything you need to medical podcast. One place like you can record at it and contribute beauty podcasts through the IRS android. I don't know why but you know blackberry. I think she's vantage. Anki you excellent best part best part. You Amani Money's you can make money of just basically using anger so not only does it make your life easier it also gets you paid so what you need to do. Now is download anchor make it happen anchor go to anchor dot. FM to get started. Mako podcast solution. Reality.

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"tom schatz" Discussed on No Wahala with Tune Day + Bawo

No Wahala with Tune Day + Bawo

11:04 min | 1 year ago

"tom schatz" Discussed on No Wahala with Tune Day + Bawo

"Sheni I know. A lot of people can't talk about it because relationships but I can because I don't have any issue with Edmore within you think anybody there First of all Obviously people who tweeted on it spoke passionately about their. Take time there I don't blame someone who's produced shows. I don't blame them for like a stage collapsing relapse in but they still have to share some blame whether it'd been capacity of who they allow in or just you know controlling the crowd the for the amount of people they have on a certain platform. Whatever it is down to be some blamed past? 'cause obviously a good show you credit them in a bad show. Some blame. Mexico passed but It's I don't know I did not like the first storm response. They had it just felt like pointing fingers but the second one was a lot better I also think the second one coming after that first one takes some like it just takes something off the like. It just doesn't doesn't feel as genuine because of the first one but it's unfortunate obviously. It's unfortunate I know. It's not something they had plan. That's not something they built so they they don't know too much about it but the statement that I was just I felt it was dry and I wanted more people to speak out on it but again I know day relationships there Hopefully certain things happen to trigger better event management. You know bring more awareness to engineering and venues just spaces in which people choose to do events But I think it has to be said 'cause they doing such a great great job so it's side that you know some people find out about them. This is the first some people might find out about their names. You know because there's like oh bad. News travels transit and good news but regardless there's still a great brand and hopefully they're balanced back in do even better than gone be fine. I think You know it's it's one of those happens to a lot of experience brands when When they step into a push this and texting from Ghana comeback? Great Don The actually that's happening. It's actually strange. what's it called. It's their your first or second time doing something like that especially the location. You chose to do Marie Okinawa Park. I think they did a really good job. Picking a good location to host that many people I unfortunately believe that there were some production Opportunities that were overlooked looked which caused Some oversight since some security and safety areas And I really hope that they take their learnings from the experience that happened which we all saw on social media hope that they take the learnings from what actually transpired and use it to to make the next Offering that much safer and stronger and more Enjoyable from the FAN perspective Because my my thing is I mean I've been to shows and I've been to festivals in On the continent that have been bigger the the native land that have you know have well just went well staff done well but also on the flip side. I've seen events that have not gone so well right like I went to Global Citizens Festival in Johannesburg last year or the year before before. Whatever it was where Jay on Komo okay and I remember the The was called the backlash that they got from you know you're you're hosting hundreds of thousands of people in the venue in Johannesburg and there's no security no adequate security people are getting raped. People are getting She she'd up by the security that was hired to street lights weren't working after the concert of people are walking back to their cars walking back to public transportation in darkness so people are getting robbed. it was a mess and I remember we. We talked about it on the podcast then but I'm I'm grateful that it wasn't I wasn't seeing reports on social media. That were that crazy but You know I just know that. It was an opportunity for the organizers of native land to get it get it get it more right next year. I I think it's the expectations will be different. And obviously they'll command a certain amount of detail in whoever they work with. But it's just unfortunate. Certain things have to happen to trigger from happening. 'cause I'm sure if everything goes well then it's just like show up next into the same thing but I I just needed It's just a statement. Threw me off and just and just felt like it was something to happen but then happened. you know grade read. That wasn't also. That wasn't the only show that happened in Lagos technical. Even it wasn't the only native land event the happened you know. Oh Yeah I spoke on. Those panellist spoke on The other native series that they had which was great great. I got to sit on a panel with Milton. How my Tan in Manhattan with Tom? Tom Schatz saw do you. Dr Hamad how much time I see what you thank you very much. Actually should I would've changed matured into that now for us to go for it. That's that's beautiful. See you as weak but It was great to sit on the panel with The home is like Dj ob. Home I like this though I'm sorry keep getting sidetracked fire. I don't change my name. I keep my name's out. Take somebody listening to this use. It shot up. Use it if your listeners know how you free to use Dr Heim Sh- again fill DR HAMAD GET OUTTA here anyways anyways. Stop anyways anyways Spoke on a panel spoke on the piano. Dj Ob. Douglas check on Joey Akon and sh- and changed. We're on the panel together talking about the House that it was cool. I mean we talked about the best of the decade As far as the Nigerian music is concerned and I don't think any of US came to a real conclusion. I think it turned into a conversation of who had the most impact out of all the artists that you know don't that we've all brought up. who had the most impacting last decade which is completely different conversation than who had the best album of the decade? Some people were bringing you pursue. We all mentioned wiz kid at one point went as far back as mentioning like The mode nine the BRI my most and I'm like that's not the that's this decade. Let's say well he has. Recent album grammar does True but the son on a carpenter. Now right so We're Tong that's how the conversation went from you. Know are we talking about the artists overall. Aw or the artists when they had the most impactful project so right it turned. Yeah so there was no it was. It was too diverse for us to land on my one thing thing and I think that it was a good panel McKenna people's diverse opinions of of what had the most impact as far as A Nigerian album on the masses the past decade For me I I WANNA say I went with Either I or superstar as far as like. What was the most influential to bank? He did put his foot bowl to those albums as an in in our and it and it also came up that one day. We're going to give back his followers for being museum We have to add to give. The man is when maybe we'll try to get that call him at some point just talking about that experience. Yeah I mean with if you're listening. I know you hate doing these things but whenever you're ready Bro. Whenever you arrayed easy come on do port? We saw leave your house wherever you are go online and do bald. We saw house a good spiritual. Thank you very much. I guess what I landed. I don't want to know. Allegedly Saint Semi Maganga taught me. Wow allegedly sense. Okay Woman's I'll tell you when when I start to wind Jamaica accidental on some million me. Hey guys you listen to Noah it's your boy Oy bowel issue boy tune day and we hit. It's all to you about anchor. One of our favorite APPs. Let's make sure we got these episodes out for our audience. You know in a timely fashion. Yeah I know you guys have been asking. What do we use the record? It is anchor anchor intro. We want to share with you. Guys are the secret sauce for sauce. Be but we we on June Grosso. It's it's very yeah. It's nothing nothing you don't pay anybody. You don't have to fall one nine together saying. Hey it's it's of lightweight. Do things the legal way the freeway. I easy to use literally. 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"tom schatz" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"tom schatz" Discussed on KTRH

"Wave south in the Atlantic and the second one that's out in the tropical Atlantic showing some signs of formation maybe this weekend will watch and see if anything comes of the golf R. temps this afternoon in the middle nineties any storms a pop up will mainly be on the coast and will be drifters very slow movers again seventy seven our low tonight partly cloudy Friday ninety five with an isolated storm I'm Scott Lori more the weather channel it's eighty seven in Galveston this our eighty nine that the K. E. T. R. H. top tax defenders twenty four hour weather center K. T. R. H. news time is eleven oh one our top story there as county attorney's office is filing suit in the one ninety is District Court this morning against Exxon Mobil the suit alleges Exxon Mobil violated the Texas clean air act when it's all ovens plant released on authorized emissions into the atmosphere during yesterday's fire the two year old found wandering the streets by Bellaire Boulevard near Sharpstown before dawn is reunited with his parents Eden belt is our was found by a good Samaritan at around four thirty this morning his parents to change the front door lock yesterday and they thought the door was locked gas prices are dropping for the second straight week triple a Texas as gas went from two fifty one last week two to forty nine this week prices are eleven cents less than they were last year on this date the Texas average is two forty seven a gallon the fire is out in Kenzaki following a deadly gas pipeline explosion overnight we get the report from fox news one person is killed several hurt following a gas pipeline explosion with a massive debris field surrounding junction city one hundred miles southwest of Lexington the debris and structures at the site a heart to heart to deal with so that's going to hamper our search efforts John Gilliam Lincoln County emergency management as several people missing or unaccounted for dozens of evacuated we're told the pipeline was ruptured just before the explosion that was so massive it reportedly showed up on weather radar just men also fox news a bill sponsored by Texas senator Ted Cruz sanctioning construction companies that help build a Russian natural gas pipeline to Europe is moving ahead in the U. S. Senate the seven hundred and fifty mile long Nord stream to project is reportedly near completion K. T. R. H. news time is eleven oh three even with a booming economy the federal debt continues to grow the US is set to borrow more than a trillion dollars this year Tom Schatz with citizens against government waste told Houston's morning.

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"tom schatz" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"tom schatz" Discussed on KTRH

"Debt continues to grow the US is set to borrow more than a trillion dollars this year Tom Schatz with citizens against government waste told Houston's morning news because of this China has a certain amount of power over us since they buy a lot of that debt right now it is getting paid the interest which is why the interest on the national that is at the moment the third highest expense for the government mention if you're an individual in your third highest expenses interest on your debt you never get to pay the debt itself because you just simply don't have enough money the budget deal recently passed in Congress increases spending by three hundred and twenty billion dollars another Republican member of the U. S. house is calling it quits representative Mike Conway of Texas confirm that he's retiring to spend more time with his family Conway has served in Congress for fifteen years Khan ways the fifth GOP lawmaker to announce retirement in the past two weeks and in the Texas state house Republican John Sir Wallace of of Katie announced his retirement this week there once was chair of the house Appropriations Committee his retirement becomes effective September thirtieth nearly twenty four thousand babies sleepers have been re called over fears that infants could roll over and so advocate themselves the recall includes the derailed juvenile groups Disney baby does and dream bassinet and Eddie Bauer slumber ensues rock bassinet no injuries have been reported however similar styles sleep over sleepers have been linked to deaths after infants rolled over onto their backs while unrestrained the recall comes months after Fisher price recalled four point seven million infant sleepers over that same concern the Astros pounded by the Indians tend to four last night tonight same drill as last night the pregame starting at five on sports talk seven ninety K..

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"tom schatz" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"tom schatz" Discussed on KTRH

"A popular target as was California senator Kamilla Heris Jesse Kelly of nine fifty KPRC tells Houston's morning news it was more the same progressive rhetoric that won't help in a general election debate stage in that the crowd is full of Democrat activists so you're saying things the media like you're saying things the crowd cheers on it your seem to forget to win the presidency you have to win that collar voter the next debates all our September twelfth and thirteenth in Houston as Texas southern errors county officials may go to court today to request a temporary restraining order against Exxon Mobil after yesterday's plan fire more than three dozen employees suffered minor injuries in the explosion and fire at the Exxon Mobil Baytown opens plant there as county attorney's office says a lawsuit would aim to hold the camp accountable for any violations of state law that may have led to or resulted from the fire prize gas going down again trouble a Texas is the price for regular drop to cents from last week now two forty nine a gallon gas is well below what we paid the last year at this time when it was two sixty a gallon our federal debt keeps growing in China keeps the buying our debt the US is borrowing more than a trillion dollars this year Tom Schatz with citizens against government waste tells Katie are H. news this is going to be stopping anytime soon so the Chinese and others say Hey which is not going to buy your dad anymore we are certainly little dependent on other forces around the world continuing to buy our debt the budget deal recently passed in Congress increases spending by three hundred and twenty billion dollars the federal reserve cutting interest rates by a quarter of the point the first cut in eleven years economists ray Perryman says some wanted an even larger cut they were looking for a long string of rate cuts again and they didn't get it so basically they managed to not make anybody happy yesterday president trump among those looking for more than a quarter point cut in interest rates earlier this week NFL kicks Opry's even season tonight with the hall of fame game in canton Ohio the Broncos in the falcons the hall of fame.

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"tom schatz" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

06:24 min | 2 years ago

"tom schatz" Discussed on KTRH

"Comma Harris name calling didn't stop either once the debate got started on CNN Biden went on the attack against president trump Mister president this is America and we are strong and greatly because of this diversity former San Antonio mayor housing secretary who Lancaster got in on that act to calling president trop a racist Washington governor Jay Ensley call the president a white nationalist lord okay deregister Saunders live with local reaction to the debate yeah you H. is branded running us told us Joe Biden lived up to his pre debate promise to be less polite critical of your office I think for Biden particular he saw that is gonna be a preacher's guard Republican strategist bill Miller says Biden had a much better performance than he did in the first debate the vulnerability from the first debate the salt he could have got a concurrence guy and he's going to fight you as for his nemesis from that Miami debate militias Kamel Harris became the target that Biden was back in junior wrapping or for Medicaid Medicare for all and then going after her as a prosecutor she wasn't prepared for that and running us is Harris didn't build on the momentum she got from that first debate you came out swinging and maybe didn't land as many punches as she would have liked some of the attacks sell a little flat next in the debates right here in Houston at Texas Southern September twelfth and thirteenth yeah they're gonna make a nice with each other less light Biden and harass you think maybe there said the self up as a potential presidential candidate and I'm just wondering I'm I I was wanting the same thing and now tools to Gabbard she's the one who got the most searches Google searches she's trying to she was the one who is attacking Harris so I don't know I can't see the Democrats going without some woman on the ticket I would think you know at some point second round of debates is over who do you think one go to KTRE dot com tells what you think on our Facebook page and cast your vote there it is now seven oh four investigators now looking for what caused Wednesday's fire the Exxon Mobil plant in Baytown sixty six people were given medical examinations more than three dozen treated for minor burns a shelter in place was lifted after just a few hours of fire contained about five thirty PM company officials say it started in a part of the olefin facility used to purify the chemical polypropylene which is used in making plastics course Harris County officials thinking the DA's office thinking about filing a suit a court in court a temporary restraining order against the plant they may do that today we'll find out we'll let you know mediation talks scheduled to resume this morning mean time for the city over those voter approved pay raises for Houston fire fighters an appellate court ordered the term ministration and fire you need to resume talks on how to proceed with proposition B. union president Marty Langton hopeful the two sides will finally reach a deal this mediator with hand selected by this mayor and if this buyer wants to stop his political and legal attacks against firefighters their families to move his movies always been his Clinton says it's not about the firefighters anymore it's about recognizing the will of Houston voters the same person is now going out to the same voters and asking for their vote to reelect Amir Turner's argued the city cannot afford the pay raises laid out under prop B. Nick Reykjavik's newsradio seven forty K. T. R. H. was a movement in our state politics again long time Richmond state rep John Sir was stepping down he served in the state house for twelve years he's chaired the influential house Appropriations Committee during the last two legislative sessions second big political change in that area in the past week congressman Pete Olson announcing he's not going to seek reelection to Congress there was says he has zero interest though in running for that see there was sad so he will continue to serve Texas in another capacity he provided no details on that our news time seven oh five he was economy its soaring thank you but so is the deficit total borrowing by the federal government is on pace to top one trillion dollars for the second year in a row Tom Schatz with citizens against government waste says it's a bipartisan problem both parties seem to want to spend more money without regard of the long term consequences for the economy and the taxpayers he cites the recent budget deal between the White House and Congress the budget deal increases spending by three hundred twenty billion dollars the quote unquote pay for part of it which is only about a quarter of the total may not even take effect until two thousand twenty eighth is that federal debt is set to reach one point two trillion dollars this year down slightly from last year Corey also newsradio seven forty K. T. R. H. well here on your economic node in taxes don't worry I mean we're still leading the world in terms of oil and gas but the latest Petro induction owes a Texas oil and gas industry is slipping a bit as we head into the final months of twenty nineteen economist car Ingram says we've seen four straight months of declines now six out of the last eight back orders prices are terrible recount continues to go down we can and we carry along with drilling permits which lost some three thousand job in terms of industry employment off of the streets in late two thousand eighteen a key word there is peaks Ingram says the industry is also bracing for a trade agreement with China amid record surpluses of natural gas that was that peak so we'll see how it wears out is the market our news time seven oh seven well the Astros in the market picked up veteran righty Zach green key just before Wednesday's trade deadline while giving up for prospects to the Arizona Diamondbacks general manager Jeff Luna says he's confident the team has made the moves that will bring another World Series championship to Houston we put ourselves in a good position to do that obviously the players after Bob perform we have that little bit a lock and guys have to stay healthy but we're in a really good spot right now answers also picking up two pitchers for the blue jays and they brought back catcher Martine mildly nalo from the cubs nonetheless in the game they fell to the Indians in Cleveland tend to four you'll agree although continuing his hot streak he drove in three runs in the Los teams wrapping up their series tonight the coverage.

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"tom schatz" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"tom schatz" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Three players. It's still going to take twenty three players to win this. But now, we had a roller sleeves up because we've got a mountain to climb and Sweden's not going to be easy. It's going to be a tough match. We've obviously made it into the knockout rounds but we gotta take care of Sweden. I and one game at a time one game at a time she did the Gulf clap. After she scored Carli Lloyd. She did the golf clap saying, you know she wanted to, to, to take away bit of the controversy. I guess, and shut some people up over the excitement of the celebrating thirteen enough at yesterday's game was three nothing but it wasn't that close. It wasn't that close as all it. It was it was it could have been eight ten I mean, the goalie they hit the post like four times. And the goalie was just just had the game of her life against the US. So they'll play Sweden, which will be a decent matchup. I still expect them to, you know, to beat them to three four nothing maybe more. But they'll have they'll, they'll definitely have an opportunity to see what they're made of. But I like the Gulf clap thing, I'm still a lot of people like a lot of people got mad at me last week because I think what they did running up the score. 'cause yesterday they were up three nothing. That's about three nothing. They spent the last ten fifteen minutes kind of knocking the ball around really not going forward, but maybe once or twice was that way against Thailand? Thailand. Everybody wanted to goal to say, I gotta go. I gotta go. Look at this. I gotta go three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow. Is your Twitter, feel free to tweet at us tomorrow night? Trump is going to be rocking and rolling in Orlando, and they're getting themselves ready, rest assured that we have basically incorporated, any everything in anything that will guarantee the safety or the protection of those that are coming into Orlando. Yeah, so that's going to be at the think it's the Amway center, and it is going to be very, very interesting to see how you roles because he is not stopped campaigning. In a lot of ways Trump is still doing. In what Trump does. And he's still out doing his thing. So he's not really stopped campaigning. He's always out doing his stuff. That's a chief, Orlando rely on out there in Florida talking about what they're going to be doing. And guess what? There will be protesters. Oh, yeah. Our team basically has been in communication, with those groups to make sure they understand what the boundaries are for them. But everything so far has been through a permitting process, which is good. You'll find a lot of people though, there tomorrow night, a lot of crazies, a lot of Lookie loos. Just too many Lookie loos show up and things like that because they want to see the chaos in the craziness. Right. And, you know, wherever Trump goes, there's chaos and craziness. So tomorrow night should be no different as he kicks off his two thousand twenty campaign. Three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow. Is your Twitter. They promised they were going to stop spending ridiculously. They haven't we've got the book of pork. Yes. Congressional pig. Book is out. What's in there? Tom Schatz joins us citizens against government waste. There's a.

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"tom schatz" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"tom schatz" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Five, and it all starts at five thirty. Right here at news talk eight fifty. W. F T, V S, twelve meterologist, k twenty we'll continue to see on and off showers and a few storms possible to through midnight overnight quieting down and up temperatures Tuesday morning ranging from the mid to upper seventies during the day on Tuesday. Good chance of showers and storms during the afternoon with high temperatures in the mid eighties and partly to mostly cloudy skies. Independent life. This is Chad Benson money, money, money, money, money, money never met a politician. It doesn't like to spend other people's money, and they do spend it big time joining us now. Tom schatz? He's the president of citizens against government waste. The two thousand nineteen congressional big book is out and you actually had a pig there, right alive. Pot belly pig named faith in Richmond, Virginia. When you roll this thing out, Tom, and there is a lot of waste in this year's budget. Am I correct? That's the two thousand nineteen congressional pig book wasn't traduced with a live pig as we have many, many years, and in the fiscal year, two thousand nineteen appropriations Bill. We found two hundred eighty two air more costing fifteen point three billion dollars four percent, and the cost from last year, but it's more than double the cost in twenty seventeen and obviously heading in the wrong direction. It's also more than half of the record twenty nine billion dollars. In two thousand six you know what's crazy is. I was here, how the Republicans are, you know, they're fiscal. They're not they're fiscally responsible as well. And the reality is, is, is I sit back and I look at this, and I.

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"tom schatz" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"tom schatz" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Is gonna take twenty three players. It's still going to take twenty three players to win this. But now, we had a royalist leaves up because we got a mountain to climb and Sweden's not going to be easy. It's going to be a tough match. We've obviously made it into knock out rounds but we gotta take care of Sweden. I and one game at a time one game at a time, she did the golf clap. After she scored Carli Lloyd. She did the golf clap saying she wanted to, to, to take away bit of the controversy. I guess, shut some people up over the excitement of the celebrating thirteen enough and yesterday's game was three nothing but it wasn't that close. It wasn't that close as all it was. It was it could have been eight ten I mean, the goalie they hit the post like four times. And the goalie was just just had the game of her life against the US. So they'll play Sweden, which will be a decent matchup. I still expect them to, you know, to beat them to three four nothing maybe more. But they'll have they'll definitely have an opportunity to see what they're made of. But I like the golf clap thing. I'm still a lot of people like a lot of people got mad at me last week because I think what they did running up the score 'cause yesterday they were three nothing. That's three nothing. They spent the last ten fifteen minutes kind of knock in the ball around really not going forward, but maybe once or twice was that way against Thailand? Thailand. Everybody wanted to goal to say, I gotta go. I gotta go. Look at this. I gotta go three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow. Is your Twitter, feel free to tweet at us tomorrow night? Trump is going to be rocking and rolling in Orlando, and they're getting themselves ready, rest assure that we have basically Inc, and everything in anything that will guarantee the safety or the protection of those that are coming to Orlando. Yeah, so that's going to be at the think it's the Amway center, and it is going to be very, very interesting to see how you roles because he has not stopped campaigning in a lot of ways, Trump is still doing. In what Trump does. And he's still out doing his thing. So he's not really stopped campaigning. He's always out doing his stuff that's chief Orlando Florida talking about what they're going to be doing. And guess what? There will be protesters. Oh, yeah. Our team based has been in communication, with those groups to make sure they understand what the boundaries are for them. But everything so far has been through a permitting process. What's good, right? You'll find a lot of people though there tomorrow night. A lot of crazies lose just too many Lookie loos show and things like that, 'cause they wanna see the chaos and the craziness. Right. And, you know, wherever Trump goes, there's chaos and craziness. So tomorrow night should be no different as he kicks off his two thousand twenty campaign. Three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chad Benson show Twitter, they promised they were going to stop spending ridiculously. They haven't we've got the book of pork. Yeah. Congressional big book is out what's in there? Tom Schatz joins just citizens against.

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"tom schatz" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

10:24 min | 2 years ago

"tom schatz" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Billion dollars for sixteen additional thirty across the services air force navy ring court indicates that they just don't paying attention to how much this is how expensive this has become these planes at the Pentagon didn't ask for not only is the cost nearly double the initial estimate. It's eighteen years behind, and then been in development for eighteen years, and it's eight years behind, and then the lifetime maintenance and operation costs will be a trillion dollars. And that's up twenty percent from twenty fifteen. Everything's just gonna keep going up, and they just don't have control over this expenditure. Talking to the president of citizens against government waste of two thousand nineteen correctional pig book out, and there's lots of pigs pork inside this pig book. Indeed you talk about this. The most expensive weapon in US history f thirty five Joint Strike Fighter, and, again, one point two trillion is what the six at a cost maintain. And I keep asking myself again, over and over again. Why is it that they continue to spend money when they're not even asking for money to be spent on things like this? It is so ridiculous. The way that we waste so much money we have so many other problems that really need to be addressed, and it's joke. Well, unfortunately, there are very few consequences for wasting money in Washington. The consequences are certainly better at those state, and local level, people have more direct interest, a little more control. But here in Washington, it's such a big number. And it's so much money that it's tough to really convince members of congress that they need to be more fiscally responsible. Now there are some there's a little bit of good news following the all this pig. Book stuff, the Senate Republicans voted a couple of weeks ago to agree to a permanent ban on earmarks right now. They have a moratorium we still finding because our definition is different. And as I mentioned, it's gotten worse over the last couple years, but Republicans took notice and said, look, which is not going ask for any of them under our roles as long as we are in charge of the Senate, not a law just a will, but it's the first time any group of members has said enough is enough with these. Yeah. And there needs to be. The somebody stepping up and just taking responsibility of the checkbook. Let's look at some of this other wacky sixty five million for the Pacific coastal salmon recovery fund third consecutive year. That Trump said, yeah, maybe eliminating it because it's a good thing to do favors, a lot of other things sixty five million. That's a lot of cash. Well. Sure. And in this case, we're pretty sure that Senate appropriations committee member Patty Murray of Washington, who asked for the money to a press release saying that she successfully restored funding for the program. It's pretty rare to find the names of members of congress who support these projects because they are no longer required to do. So there's no transparency because they claim that they're not marks even though they were before the moratorium took effect. No, no. We say those moratorium, you must believe us. So therefore, we're not going to tell you, these things that, that, right? There is a perfect example of when people talk about the swamp. You don't have to put your name to something still to get it. And. Benefit from it, and that's because it's all about accountability. And I just sit back there. And I shake I was reading one of these things was that the, the east west north south center, and one of them has been essentially eliminated from federal funding in two thousand one but the other one's still get some cash. Right. So you north south center stopped receiving federal funding in two thousand one the east west center continues to do. So in this case, it was very much added by Senator vine sats no, relation the former Senator who passed away in twenty thirteen. He was the centre stamping and for many, many years, this sixteen point seven million dollars is the entire federal budget for this center, and that means the State Department didn't ask for it. They really never have the president wanted to get rid of it. And yet thunderous has decided on his own that he wanted it. What is exactly the east west that are still trying to figure out what it does. Well, it does essentially, what the State Department does, which is. To improve relations between the east and the west eastern hemisphere western hemisphere. That's the job of the State Department. That's why we have diplomats. We have other programs and, you know, a ID and USA, ID, and all these other expenditures tens of billions of dollars that go to foreign aid. We just don't need this being funded separately to private. Yeah. Exactly. Private operations nothing wrong with that. But government likes to be involved in everything we talk to Tom Schatz, president of citizens against government waste. The two thousand nineteen congressional pig book is out right now. We're talking about waste. It is so much waste. It's so crazy 'cause these my thing is. And this is why understand why people get frustrated with taxes, why we don't want more taxes, because we're sick and tired of people taking our money and not doing the thing that they should be. I mean, if you were for do -ciary at, you know, this better Tom, if you produce are you supposed to take responsibility for this money in a way that as if it's your own? But because it's other people's money, you gotta get everything you possibly can. And I'm just always amazed that we don't hear more people say, well, wait a minute, here, we've got people are struggling Los Angeles, Seattle and many other big cities, have a massive homeless problem. We're fighting this situation here with healthcare and the rising costs of healthcare, and you're wasting, you know, a little bit of money here. Little bit of money there. But as you said, all adds up, I mean nine million four what fruit fly program, nine million for fruit fly quarantine? They have not spent money on fruit flies for the past ten years, as you know, as an earmark, so where they've been, I've noticed. By house. They shouldn't be adding this money. You know they've done it in the past. But this is, you know, the pig book summary, which are the highlights of one hundred eighty two marks off fifteen point three billion across the appropriations bills, the summary picks out the most agrees almost half of them were equal to or greater than record amounts of higher marks. So as I said, they've more than doubled over the past two years, and something needs to be done beyond just the Senate Republicans agreeing that they should have a permanent been Democrats need to follow suit. And then they need to get it as a law. Not just a rules change. Noticed when you were at the hotel there and your role in this thing out. See Ben Sasse, rand Paul, you know, you had bud and a few other people, they're all have ours by their name. I don't see any dis by their name. And, and why is that? Well, will you always invite whoever wants to come along? We have not had Democrats for many, many years. I'd say probably close to fifteen or twenty since we've been doing since nineteen ninety one used to be a little bit more bipartisan. But remember there are three parties in Washington. Democrats Republicans appropriators have a bipartisan agreement to add these. So when former Senator, again the late Senator Stevens with champion of the corporations committee. Alaska got the most money when the late Senator Robert Byrd was head of the committee, West Virginia got the most money per capita in those days, it was easier to trace who was getting the, the port. But that's the way it has always worked. They just look at each other and say you got a project. I wanna project. Okay. They don't say no. I just I if Laver gasping again, the amount of money, we waste a year in a year out. Tom is ridiculous going forward. What would you like to see have happened? I mean, obviously, there's going to be some money grab here and there. But how do we get these people to pay better attention to where this money's going? And how and by that, I mean, the people out there who aren't in Washington who aren't around seeing all this money that goes to agencies that are duplicate agencies or or pet projects because that's what we need. We need the people to stand up and say, well, wait a minute here. We got a real problem with you guys you already waste money doing other things that, that we think are necessary, and you don't spend it right now. You're spending money on things, like salmon, and borough and horse borough in horses and it's just insane. One good thing is that we have gotten a much stronger response on social media than last year, a really two and a half times as much interest on about the pig book, and then our Facebook and Twitter response. It's been great. We got. I've been on FOX business that was on C span TV coverage in thirty five states. So there is a lot more going on out there. And of course, with social media to great opportunity for everybody to let their elected officials know what's going on. So if you wanna reach, we re tweet where we've sent out or make a comment fended Email to your legislator, please do that, so that they know you're watching, what they're doing and what the hell they're wasting your money. People want to get a hold each. Check out the book how do they do that? It's a pig book dot org, and you can look at the pig book, and then you can see a link to our website w dot org or other material, as well. Always good to talk to you, Tom and you can tell everybody. Hey, enjoy the pig book has there's lots of it. And God only knows what we're going to do next year. Tom Schatz, presidents citizens against government waste in the two thousand nineteen congressional pig book coming on today. Tom, thanks. Chad Benson show Twitter. C-h-a-d. And it's you know when you break it down. Is it a ton of money, though? It's not like it's like sixteen billion bucks. Give or take. But still when you think about all of the stuff that we fight over on a day-to-day basis. And what, what, what one hundred million would do here in two hundred million there, and we're fighting over this that, and the other we're fighting over five point six billion dollars over dam wall, you three of these walls. It's the insanity of the money. That's wasted. And this is stuff that's not necessary. Think about the things that are necessary in the money that's wasted there, because it's just not implemented correctly or we continue this bad money after good money and then good money..

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"tom schatz" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"tom schatz" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Independent thoughts independent life. This is Chad Benson money, money, money, money, money, money, never met a politician, it doesn't like to spend other people's money, and they do spend it big time joining us now. Tom schatz? He's the president of citizens against government waste two thousand nineteen congressional big book is out and you actually had a pig there, right? Live pot belly pig named faith in Richmond, Virginia. When you roll this thing out, Tom, and there is a lot of waste in this year's budget. My correct. Absolutely. The two thousand nineteen congressional pig was introduced, with as we have many, many years. And in the fiscal year two thousand nineteen appropriations bills we found two hundred eighty two air more costing fifteen point three billion dollars. That's up four percent and the cost from last year. But it's more than double the cost twenty seventeen and obviously heading in the wrong direction. It's also more than half of the record twenty nine billion dollars in two thousand six you know what's crazy is. I was here. Other Republicans are, you know, they're fiscal they're not they're fiscally irresponsible, as well. And the reality is, is, is I sit back and I look at this, and I said, I don't see any fiscal responsibility in spending because no matter how much money we bring Tom it doesn't matter because we're going to figure out a way to outspend it. And some of this stuff is insane. The most insane thing of all I want to touch on this. I is the f thirty five joint fighter jet that is what eight years past to. Double what it was supposed to cost. This is the perfect example of government waste. Well, that's in the.

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"tom schatz" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"tom schatz" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Still going to take twenty three players to win this. But now we in Rolla sleeves up because we've got a mountain to climb and Sweden's not going to be easy. It's going to be a tough match. We've obviously made it into the knockout rounds but we gotta take care of Sweden. I and yeah one game at a time. One game at a time. She did the golf clap. After she scored Carleen, Lloyd. She did the golf clap saying she wanted to, to, to take away of the controversy. I guess, shut some people up over the excitement of the celebrating thirteen enough and yesterday's game was three nothing but it wasn't that close. It wasn't that close as all it. It was it was it could have been eight ten I mean, the goalie they hit the post like four times. And the goalie was just just had the game of her life against the US. So they'll play Sweden, which will be a decent matchup. I still expect them to, you know, to beat them to three or four nothing maybe more. But they'll have they'll, they'll definitely have an opportunity to see what they're made of. But I like the Gulf clap thing, I'm still a lot of people like a lot of people got mad at me last week because I think what they did running up the score because yesterday they were up three nothing. That's three nothing. They spent the last ten fifteen minutes kind of knock in the ball around really not going forward, but maybe once or twice wasn't that way against Thailand Thailand. Everybody wanted to goal to say, I gotta go. I gotta go. Look at this. I gotta go three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow. Is your Twitter, feel free to tweet at us tomorrow night? Trump is going to be rocking and rolling in Orlando, and they're getting themselves ready, rest assured that we have basically incorporated, any everything in anything that will guarantee the safety or the protection of bills that are coming into Orlando. Yeah, so that's going to be at the I think it's the Amway center, and it is going to be very, very interesting to see how you roles because he is not stopped campaigning. In a lot of ways Trump is still doing. What Trump does. And he's still out doing his thing. So he's not really stopped campaigning. He's always out doing his stuff. That's a chief Orlando in Florida talking about what they're going to be doing. And guess what? There will be protesters. Oh, yeah. Our team basically has been in communication, with those groups to make sure they understand what the boundaries are for them. But everything so far has been through a permitting process. Good. You'll find a lot of people though, there tomorrow night, a lot of crazies, a lot of Lookie loos. Just too many Lookie loos show up and things like that because they want to see the chaos in the craziness. Right. And, you know, wherever Trump goes, there's chaos and craziness. So tomorrow night should be no different as he kicks off his two thousand twenty campaign. Three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chad Benson show Twitter, they promised they were going to stop spending ridiculously. They haven't we've got the book of pork. Yeah. The congressional big book is out. What's in there? Tom Schatz joins us citizens against government waste. Oh, there's a lot of joint.

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"tom schatz" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

05:50 min | 2 years ago

"tom schatz" Discussed on WTVN

"A good direction, and we found interesting nature related earmarks, this year, like nine million dollars quarantine fruit flies. They haven't done for ten years on the way they've been for the past ten years. But suddenly this thing needs to quarantine again, a lot of money spent on managing wild horses to. I saw that in your story. What's that all about? Well, there's a program to manage wild horses and Burroughs, which isn't a bad program. In fact, the congress added more money for it without the request of the. Agency that manages, the program department of agriculture. So that's part of the criteria for being in the air Mark in the congressional pay book, which is, whether it was added by only the house or Senate. There's no hearings no authorization. Not requested by the president quite serious since nineteen ninety one and we put it together with the congressional pork busters coalition back then. So judging these spending bills since that time, Tom Schatz, president of citizens against government waste. Joining us here on NewsRadio six ten WTVN. The I see the the recent increase in pork barrel spending. You're attributing to the two thousand eighteen passage of the bipartisan budget act. Why what, what did that do to create more wasteful spending? Budget act increased overall spending by thirteen percent over two years of has two years, in fact, which is when we see the increase pork barrel spending, and the increase in the portrayal earmarks is far greater than the increase in overall spending, as I mentioned, they've doubled since twenty seventeen. So just in two years they've gone from six point eight billion to fifteen points, three and that is completely attributable toward this lifting of the spending half an increase in overall spending three parties on Capitol Hill. Republicans Democrats and appropriate or is the raiders are the ones that these spending bills together. And when they see an opportunity to add more money, they'll certainly do it, Tom. What is the I don't know what recourse, do we have, what's the best way to fight this? I mean, I know you are keeping their feet to the fire by publicizing all of this. But what does somebody listening this morning? How do you fight the wasteful spending by our government? Well, one of the things that has happened is the Senate Republicans for the first time by any group of members of congress have agreed to a permanent ban on the amongst. That that's not a law. That's just their rules inside the Republican conference. So it's a big step. It's helpful the chair of the house appropriations committee need a low, you recognize that they won't get an agreement with the Senate to Amherst. So she claims there won't be any in twenty twenty so we're hopeful that at least the next big, well, it should be smaller. But until there's a law that says, no more small together. They'll continue to have definition is not the same as Congress's. But even so even they have their own permanent ban. It would be a lot better. That's Tom Schatz, president of citizens against government waste keep fighting the good fight. Keeping their feet to the fire here on NewsRadio six ten WTVN, Matt McCoy in for Joel Riley this morning. Here it is June seventeenth. You know what happened twenty five years ago today? The Bronco chase with OJ Simpson. And that was one of those surreal, I guess, you could say, I remember where I was then because it was such a pop culture event in OJ was so enormous at the time in enormously popular at the time. When the murders happened into became pretty obvious that he was the perpetrator of killing Ronald Goldman. And Nicole Brown I can just remember that whole thing while OJ's involved. And then the Bronco chase was just wild. I you know, being a basketball fan sports fan like I am. I remember tuning in for the NBA finals with that year was Houston Rockets, the New York Knicks and they're covering the game with a little box in the corner of the Bronco chase. It was one of the wild events of my lifetime, and one of those unforgettable things if you didn't see it or hear about it. OJ Simpson joined Twitter over the weekend, and posted a little short video in set in it. I got a little getting even to do whatever the heck that means but truly one of the weirder moments and more disturbing. Moments quite honestly that I can remember my lifetime. I. It was like the coverage of it was such that. I remember there was so much ESPN did a thirty for thirty on it on the day on June seventeenth nineteen Ninety-four with everything that was going on sports, wise, news, wise, and everything, and there was so much coverage of it that the, the satellites were getting mixed up. One TV station with showing up on another TV station because there was so much radio interference that was going on. There was so much coverage in people lining the freeways and cheering them on go. Wait ago. OJ go. I was twenty five years ago and one of the more bizarre moments. And in a lot of ways sad moments that I can remember it just was one of those ingrain or memories. You always remember what was going on what, you know, there, there, there's certain things he always remember what you were doing that was one of them in my lifetime. The OJ Simpson. Bronco chase twenty five years ago today. Seven twenty four.

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"tom schatz" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

05:44 min | 2 years ago

"tom schatz" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Arrow. Dot for. But you want to go through the Linda rises portal because hit the donate button, there, it gets credited to her website. Linda rises that come get their starting headlines. I, I have done anything yet on this attack on to oil freighters in her moves. They're saying it's Iran and already, it's a false flag just to get us in a war with Iran. Really, what would be not false flag over there, who would who would be? Trump to get the hell out of here. It's insane. Listen to this. I'm I'm on Breitbart. There's something else. I gotta get today before we get out of here. It's always important. All of it, Associated Press lauds Islam effects in other words, Associated Press published something championing Islamists. Yeah. New York Times openly defends communism again. CNN now saying this is I'm not going into the details on this is these are the headlines. CNN C, I A operates in its own world. You don't investigate them. They're only saying that because we have a Republican president, Republican President Donald Trump. What really we don't ever invest get. CA CA works for us. You know, I I'm amazed at how people think when they get into office, they, they don't even know in the first place. Most of them, they're not smart enough to be there. But they think for some reason, they're an titled position and they have stored in their title position. They never look at it from the humility that they work for us. They serve us. The only reason you're elected is to serve us. Now you gotta go out and build job. That's not the point. The point is, is that you need to be looked at by certain segments of the well, the elected body. So congress should know what the CIA is doing certain groups in, in congress. But that, that CNN's only saying that because they hate the fact that Trump is going to look now at the CIA and the FBI to see where this whole thing started. That was the silent coup that is the silent coup still running the silent coup. Those still running through congress to the streets of America. Hideous. By the way, don't ever forget this. I said this to people that were big Trump fans today and Donald Trump before he became president. Even if they might have thought, oh, he's not real. He's kind of frivolous sky even thought he's laughable. He's somewhat of a TV climb baba everybody wanted to hang out with Donald Trump. Everybody Maxine Waters, wanted to hang out with Donald Trump. Al Sharpton wanted to hang out with Donald Trump, a me on Facebook today shows Al Sharpton with his entire management team. The people that run that phony baloney racist. Operation is there something like thirty of them. There's not one white guy either. By the way, not one, I guess it's a black privilege. You're with sharp, too. But the point is, is that everybody wanted to hang with Trump even Sharpton, they did wanted to be as Christmas party. And then he became president of the United States of America. Ooh. Ooh. Yeah. They always gonna burn your playhouse down. Hopefully the thinking, well, some point. I don't want to go here yet, there's I was going to get maybe tomorrow. We'll see Twitter two thousand nineteen pig book, they actually marched a pig, and they do that kind of photo op where they got pig on a leash and picture. A rand Paul who is there somebody else standard for the photo op flanked by Republican lawmakers, Tom Schatz, president of citizens against government waste unveil the twenty seventh edition of the pig book, letting congress approves billions of dollars in air marks in government funding bills, including nine million dollars. This year to quarantine fruit flies, almost one million to a radical Brown tree snakes in Guam. Do care if somebody gets attacked by Brown tree snake in Guam. I don't. I mean they live their own damn fault. When is it comes with territory? We're going to that tomorrow. Nigel farraj. I saw this gentleman speak at Hillsdale College. It was a great speech fantastic. And I'm a big fan of fresh frozen, the guy who came up with Brexit. He it's him in dirt is he's, he's what they call patient one or whatever. At the time I forget, what he was doing. I think it was some kind of, like working in quibble of a stock market over there. And he just said, enough's enough, we have to get out of this fascist European Union. We want our sovereignty back. Well, one thing to another and people now attack, the, the people that are for that, or anything they don't like over there. They do. It's called milk shaking the throw a milkshake on you. That's a waste of amazing drink. If it's done properly, milkshakes religious experience done properly. But right now there's a comedian over there named Joe brand. That's a woman Joe brand. She says rather than milkshakes. They should be using battery acid. Yeah, you heard me. Right. So that's how far it's gone that again, this is how far it's going to go. But that's where it's gone, whether actively calling for people being acid attacked in the streets, if they're not on the psychotic left side of things. How do you think that's going to be before something like that starts happening all over the world already happens in his Lama societies that standard operating procedure?.

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