we've seen just about everything m. sixteen assault rifles a ar fifteen some models hunting rifles with homemade silencers these guns could have been used by anyone they could have been use and robbers the message's and also homicides yeah those nineteen years ago those words feel right. since the laws in the state of tennessee of chinese substantially you're allowed to carry guns in parks. guns in bars you know guns in your car so from a police chief's perspective i would definitely say that perla prefer if we do not have guns in bars. i got a for attention from santa cause last year. right now our best selling rifle is the better wesson it's just you know finding an issue that people just you know go to the range and go shoot them have fun. is they also are there's a lot of. b.s. and kamya around tariff all. oh really since federal the are little or no. it doesn't require beam you know. just as well right here the glock semiautomatic pistol is more of the biggest biggest movie guns ever. hear that they know what they'
that december right and by the way twelve out of sixteen members of the f o m c if you studied that doctor yesterday were on board for a disarray one of them wanted a fifty basis point hike in december i sure would like to meet that individual duly noted on the stock market reaction from yesterday let's talk about the media's love of yellen her chairmanship is a bit in question coming up in february president trump has talked about a couple of different replacements do you think the balance sheet on winding lends itself to that. look what they're doing it right now with the balance sheet unwind and the reason for the timing because they they sense that this recovery is long in the tooth which it is is there effectively going to be hamstringing the next generation of federal reserve board members because they would have to effectively put the brakes on in order to stop this process that they've called automated and told us will not be data dependent so we could see the tealeaves begin to scream out right recession and according to what the fed said yesterday and janet yellen in her press co
intelligence agencies where indeed m i five has been implicated in torture which issue which q. has been building up these mass surveillance programs which have only after sixteen years of illegal use been legalized was the main thing that you expose them. to the case that made it quit was when david shayler who was head of the libyan section in one thousand nine hundred ninety six was officially briefed by his m i six counterpart about a plot to depose or cessna colonel gadhafi of libya. and in this case and i six it funneled up one hundred twenty thousand dollars to al qaeda associates in libya to carry out this proxy attack as we've seen since gadhafi assassination by the very same back groups in two thousand and eleven we've seen what happened to libya it's fragmented it's become a haven for terrorists it's kind of stepping off point for the mass migration into europe get off he for all his faults provided stability for his countrymen and he provided a bulwark against it was that the same plan that was in the works of the one go in pieces of paper being shuffled about in the
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