May 2, 2019
John Stossel, Dick Morris, Glenn Beck, MRCTV’s Brittany Hughes.
How Joe Biden’s Son Got 1.5 Billion Dollars From China! Dick Morris TV.
Published on Apr 29, 2019
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John Stossel. Inequality Myths.
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Published on Apr 30, 2019
Politicians and reporters often rail about "the rich getting richer and the poor getting poorer." But John Stossel explains it's not true.
In fact, the incomes of poor and middle-income Americans are up 32% since the government began keeping track several decades ago. https://www.cbo.gov/system/files?file... Yes, that increase is adjusted for inflation. Another misleading claim, says Stossel, is the idea that the U.S. "no longer has economic mobility." But a paper in The Quarterly Journal of Economics found that most people born to the richest fifth of Americans fall out of that bracket within 20 years. (Table 2: https://academic.oup.com/qje/article/... ) Likewise, most born to the poorest fifth climb to a higher quintile. Some climb all the way to the top. Another claim is that inequality itself is a huge problem. New York City mayor Bill DeBlasio warns: "There's inequality in this country right now that is threatening to tear us apart." Stossel says that it might tear us apart -- but only if people come to believe that all inequality is evil. But it isn't, he says. It's just part of life. Some people are better singers than others. The best athletes are just physically different. Society doesn't try to equalize those things -- or many others -- for good reason. Former investment banker Carol Roth tell Stossel, "I have two kidneys. There are people out there who need one, don't have one that functions. Should the government be able to take my kidney because somebody else needs it?" "There's inequality in everything," she adds. "There's inequality in free time. There's inequality in parents. I don't have any parents or grandparents. Life is unfair … unfair is a feature. It's not a bug."
Green New Deal: Fact versus Fiction.
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Published on Apr 22, 2019
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s Green New Deal proposes to save the planet. It calls for the United States to reduce carbon emissions to zero in 10 years. James Meigs, former editor of Popular Mechanics, tells me “That's a goal you could only imagine possible if you have no idea how the energy economy works or how energy is produced in this country.”
The Green New Deal calls for a transition to 100 percent renewable energy, many more wind turbines and solar panels. But the wind doesn’t always blow and the sun doesn’t always shine. Because of that, Meigs explains, “You also have to build all this infrastructure to connect [renewables] with energy consumers possibly very far away, and you always need some kind of backup power.” That means many more transmission lines and bigger batteries. But “batteries are lousy way to store energy” says physicist Mark Mills, a Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute. He also points out that wind mills and solar panels are anything but green, “I have to dig up a 1,000 pounds of stuff to process it … digging up is done with oil, by the way, big machines, so we're consuming energy to quote, save energy. It's not a good path to go.” It would also be very expensive. Mills points out, "We're charging more for people who can't afford it and we give money to wealthy people in the form of subsidies to buy 100,000 dollar [electric] cars, put expensive solar arrays on their roof or to be investors in wind farms. We have an upside down Robin Hood in our country to the tunes of 10s and 100s of billions of dollars." The bottom line, the Green New Deal, even if it were scientifically possible: Would hurt the poor. Cost everyone more. And make energy less reliable.
The Right to Print Arms.
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Published on Apr 16, 2019
The media often scare us about 3D-printed guns. "Anyone can print it, no background checks, mental illness not a factor, virtually undetectable," a CNN anchor warns.
Politicians scare us too. It's "a direct threat to our national security," former Senator Bill Nelson claimed last summer. But are they? For a video collaboration with the Federalist Society, I talked with Josh Blackman, the lawyer representing Defense Distributed — the company that posted blueprints for making 3D guns online. Blackman says posting the 3D-gun blueprints is protected by the First Amendment, since the blueprints are a form of speech. "The law can treat firearms like firearms. They can't treat the speech used to make them like firearms... We're fighting for the constitutional right to share these files with the world," Blackman tells me. But Massachusetts legislator David Linsky, who has sponsored a bill to ban 3D-printed guns, doesn't buy that. "It's not censorship when the national security and public safety are at stake," he tells me. "You shouldn't be able to make a gun in your own basement,” Blackman asks, why not? "If we had a ban on home manufacture of weapons during the time of the American Revolution, we would probably still be under the King's rule." The Constitution protects free speech and gun rights -- but it also says “provide for the common defense.” Could that be cited as a reason to limit these guns? Politicians call them a “windfall for terrorists.” Blackman disagrees: "Terrorists have access to far more dangerous weapons than 3D-printed guns. The notion that ISIS is having a factory of 3D-printers, and making these stupid little plastic guns that can fire one shot at a time, it really strains credulity." Even if the government wants to regulate 3D-printed guns, it will be nearly impossible. Blueprints are already all over the internet. I showed Rep. Linsky some websites with blueprints. He was surprised, but said: "I understand that some people might think that the genie is out of the bottle… But let's put as much of that genie into the bottle as we possibly can." "You can't put the genie back in the bottle,” Blackman responded. "One of the reasons why these efforts to regulate the internet are kinda silly is you can't shut down information. We believe in free speech. This is an important principle and the state can’t take us down."
CRISIS: Border Agents Are Releasing 1,400 Illegal Aliens PER DAY Into the U.S.
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Published on Apr 25, 2019
Not to mention instances of human smugglers abandoning toddlers in corn fields and escorting migrants across the border while armed with ACTUAL assault rifles.
TEEN SUICIDE: An ancient evil is rearing its ugly head.
Published on May 1, 2019
Teen suicide is on the rise. Some of the most valiant and amazing young people in the history in the world are now contemplating taking their own life. Watch this clip to hear Glenn's theory on why this is happening now.
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The War in Heaven: Continues on Earth Today
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Published on May 29, 2009
Support this channel in making more videos: https://www.paypal.me/brimmm This is a video about the War in Heaven, between Christ and Lucifer, between good and evil, agency and force, Liberty/Freedom and captivity. (Messages from LDS/Mormon Prophets, Apostles, 70's)
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