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Peter Schiff Joins Alex Jones For A Few Epic Schiff Rants

Friday, July 3, 2015 15:14
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By: Voice of Reason

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In the first video below, Alex Jones has Peter Schiff as a guest to discuss the impending financial tsunami coming right for us. Peter comes on about the 1:30 mark into the show. Peter somewhat laughs at all the talk in the news about other countries that are failing, when the U.S. is in INFINITELY worse shape than the countries we keep hearing so much about. The writing is on the wall for the U.S., but as Peter points out, most Americans can’t read plain English, and that is precisely why this next crash is going to be BIBLICAL it’s going to be so bad. 

After initial pleasantries, Peter goes on to talk about the current jobs report, or “lack of jobs report as he calls it.” No talk about economics would be compete without them touching on Greece, so of course they cover the effect that little old Greece is having on the whole world. People talk about Greece like it’s the end of the global banking system, but just wait until the Big Bad U.S. implodes. 

If you like Peter Schiff, this is EPIC Peter Schiff with some of his crazy rants about the “idiots” that are ruining our economy. He goes off pretty good in this one… 

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In the second video, Peter Schiff DESTROYS Obama’s new Overtime Law with a bit too much common sense for most every day garden variety liberals. Common sense is a flower that doesn’t grow in too many liberal gardens, so Peter takes it upon himself to shred Obama’s imbecilic idea. 

HERE YOU GO: WORKERS WILL LOSE BENEFITS, SCHEDULES WILL BE LESS FLEXIBLE, AND EMPLOYERS WON’T BE ABLE TO AFFORD IT.

BUT… 

OBAMA NEVER RAN A LEMONADE STAND, SO HE DOESN’T GET IT…

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I will never argue the fact Obama hates America and has some of the most diabolical and evil schemes I’ve ever come across in my life, but when this kind of story comes out… I’m not buying it. This isn’t his diabolical genius taking down America. This is a perfect example of the WORST kind of total boob. Obama is the boob who knows nothing, but thinks he’s all knowing. Good lord. A third grader could figure this out… but not Obama… 

These are just a few reactions that major business trade groups expressed in response to newly proposed federal rules for expanding overtime pay.

The White House has portrayed the new overtime rules as good for the middle class, many of whom work long hours without additional pay.

The biggest change on tap: a near doubling of the level of income threshold below which workers will be automatically eligible for overtime pay if they work more than 40 hours a week. That will affect millions of workers who currently make between $23,000 and $50,000 who are currently considered exempt from overtime because of their managerial duties.

But three of the country’s most powerful business lobbies issued statements Tuesday arguing against the proposed changes won’t necessarily mean bigger paychecks for middle-class workers.

“Supporters of these regulations say they want to increase Americans’ take-home pay, but these sweeping changes to the rules could mean anything but,” said Angelo Amador, senior vice president of Labor and Workforce Policy at the National Restaurant Association. ”If these regulations stand, that mobility and adaptability of employee schedules, which makes our industry appealing, will be severely diminished.”

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce warned the change would mean many newly eligible workers could lose out on the privileges that may be associated with being a salaried manager who is exempt from overtime.

“Many reclassified employees will lose benefits, flexibility, status and opportunities for advancement. This change is another example of the administration being completely divorced from reality and adding more burdens to employers and expecting them to just absorb the impact,” said the Chamber’s Senior Vice President of Labor, Immigration, and Employee Benefits Randy Johnson.

The National Retail Federation made similar points but also suggested that many businesses won’t be able to pay workers more than they are currently.

“There simply isn’t a magic pot of money that lets employers pay more just because the government says so,” said David French, NRF’s Senior Vice President for Government Relations.

The new rules will be subject to a 60-day public comment period. The Labor Department expects the final rule to go into effect in 2016.

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