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Remember Alec Baldwin's Run on Talk Radio?
"Alan do you have Alec Baldwin Totally unintentional So before I get into this because I want to talk about just again facts here how you should be very proud of yourself being on the conservative side of the aisle that you can make an argument Hey voter ID is not going to stop black people from voting Why Black people are smart and intelligent and are perfectly capable of getting an ID just like whites Hispanics Asians and everyone else That shouldn't be controversial right We can back that up with data The left can But here's what happens when you try to do talk radio by the way And you think you can just you think it was just such an easy job anybody can hack it You know Alec Baldwin yeah yeah that guy yeah look ball but don't get close to him on a movie set So Alec Baldwin right Here's Alec Baldwin trying to do talk radio from years ago This is not a joke He thought it would be really easy What was the station W PH the grade station legacy station I believe in Philly right Yes WPC Here's Alec Baldwin thinking ah you know what Those conservative idiots on talk radio Sean Hannity Levin Yeah probably rushed to Limbaugh at the time They don't know what they're doing I can do it I'm Alec bull here check this out This is a classic When we come back we have some time Oh great We're going to take some calls Whenever we want We have calls that are on there now Yeah What do people call to get on the air Do we have that number It's right there Do I have the cool number in front of me Oh I'm so sorry That's interesting Interesting Of course any other questions you have any other comments you have call us to what else Call us we have any calls yet there Ivan No cost Let's read some more about Scientology Is Sean Hannity a scientologist Alec Baldwin posing the big questions tonight here Do we have any calls here Ivan None Boy it's just incredible My favorite part of
Film producers defend safety in Alec Baldwin shooting
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New Mexico fines 'Rust' for willful gun safety failures
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'The Silencing of the Lambs' With Author Michael Brown
"Michael Brown, my friend, welcome. Great to be with you, Eric. Thanks for the memories. You've got a great story, which we're not going to get into today. We've talked about that many times on the program before, but you have a new book out, and unfortunately it's very important. The book is titled the silencing of the lambs, the ominous rise of cancel culture, and how we can overcome it. So what do you say in the book, roughly speaking? There really is an attempt to shut us up to silence us to cancel us to marginalize us and to put us in a place where we can not speak up and get our message out. When I say us, I mean followers of Jesus with conservative biblically based values, I'm not paranoid about this. In fact, a large part of the book is strategies as to how we can overcome. But this is real. I mean, we're in a situation today where it's not just a matter of we disagree with you. But we have to cancel you out. You know, in China, we'll talk about someone with disappeared. They use it as a vowel. They were disappeared. They suddenly, they're not there anymore, or under Soviet Union. Some of this disappearance, they're blanked out. They're blotted out. That's what's happening in a different way. Barry Weiss has spoken up about this. She was in New York Times journalist, a liberal feminist quote, married to another woman and she found the atmosphere in New York Times for her to be so toxic that if you raise a narrative, you are not just criticized but you would cancel she called it social murder and it's so extreme now that you have voices like the irreverent atheist Bill Maher or reverend Jewish comedian Sarah Silverman or actors like Alec Baldwin or sports personalities like Dana White and they're all raising their voice against this Nick Cave singer songwriter in Australia said that cancel culture is mercy's antithesis. So you do one wrong thing. 15 years ago, something in your useful days. It comes out today. You can lose your
"baldwin" Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton
"We've talked so much already in this conversation about your healthcare experience as being one of the reasons why you wanted to go into and why you've stayed in public service. And here we are now, more than two years in to COVID-19. And I wonder if you could just share what you've been working on that relates to the pandemic, what would you like people to know about what you're working on? Let me mention a few. I want to just put a bookmark on one. I think very proud achievement when I was in the house on healthcare. Very much informed by my family story and so many others when I served on one of the committees that put together elements of the Affordable Care Act. I sponsored the amendment that allows young people to stay on their parents health insurance until they're 26. And I knew that that was the most uninsured age group age range. There's all sorts of other indicators of how likely you are to be uninsured relating to race relating to income, et cetera. But if you look at just age demographics, high school to mid 20s, people tend to be uninsured. And that changed overnight. Thanks to you. Yeah, but I was so proud of that. And it was so anti climactic. It happened at 2 a.m.. We finally had the votes on the committee to get it through. Did you call anyone at 2 a.m.? Did you call like a friend or family member? You're like, who do I call to celebrate? It's 2 a.m.. Henry waxman was chair of the committee and I was like, I'm ready to give my speech about my amendment. You're not giving a speech on your amendment. It's in the manager's amendment or voting on it. We're getting it out. We've got to do this. That was the magic moment. So anti climactic, but I just remember years later, especially when I'm visiting college campuses. I would say raise your hand if you're on your parents health insurance. And almost every hand would go up. And that made up for all the anti climactic nature of what was happening in the committee room at 2 a.m.. This was like, oh my God. So today, Wisconsin, sadly, is one of those states that has never expanded Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act. And so I'm joining with our two new Georgia senators who also represent a state that has never expanded Medicaid to try to create a direct federal program in order to allow those very low income individuals to have the sort of comprehensive insurance benefits you would have if you lived in a state that had expanded Medicaid. And that is pandemic related, but it would outlast the pandemic in terms of its importance. We've always had health disparities based on a number of different factors as I just mentioned, but they were just brought to everybody's attention during the pandemic in very visible and powerful ways. And I think that we can't let this moment of recognition pass without addressing it in a robust way. That would be one example, but I'll tell you, I'm still working on a lot of healthcare related issues. Well, because there's just always so much more to do. Yes. I do want to ask, especially because you're a math major. If there is one statistic about women in politics, that either really continues to inspire you directly or maybe enrages you and then inspires you through that anger to try to ensure that there are more women in more positions of power to do more good for more people in more places across our country. There's a lot, but let me you said one. Well, it can be more than one. Right now, I'm thinking a lot about the Supreme Court and I believe that there have been a 115 justices since the beginning of the Supreme Court. And 5 of those have been women. 0% have been black women. And I'm both angered and frustrated by that, but also inspired that it might change and it might change very soon. Yes. And I have been aghast at the volume of rhetoric emerging from people. That it somehow isn't important to actually have a black woman justice on the Supreme Court. When clearly it is, and there are certainly many, many, many black women who are incredibly qualified to sit on that bench. I go back to that thought of nobody checks their life experience at the door when they enter a room, like it was a coat check here. My life experience stays out there, then I walk into the room, it's always with us. And it informs our approach to all the things we do in our work. And it's why it's so important that we have a much more reflective set of life experiences and greater diversity in all of our governmental institutions as well as that governmental institutions for that matter. You have so often been the first in so many ways, a local state national level, what do you think we need to do to ensure that the first and anyway is not the only? I think that's gradually happening. One might be the only for a while, but hopefully that time is what is it Moore's Law and computing, right? The half life of that is getting shorter and shorter. So I was only in the Senate for 6 years before there were two. And so who knows what happens next. But if you don't try it, it never happens. When you try it and you succeed, there's one, and then once that glass ceiling is broken, we make change. We make change. And hopefully then we preserve the change. That's right. And don't get complacent about the progress. And don't mistake progress for success. Senator, thank you so much for everything, including your time today. Thank you so much. This has been a pure delight speaking with you. You can keep up with senator Baldwin on Twitter at Tammy Baldwin or on Instagram at senator Baldwin..
Slain cinematographer's husband angry Baldwin deflects blame
"The husband of a cinematographer shot and killed on the set of the film rust says it's absurd Alec Baldwin believes he is not to blame Baldwin told ABC news in December he was pointing the gun at Elena Hutchins at her instruction on the set when it went off without pulling the trigger Hutchens husband Matt's response to so angry to see him talk about her death so publicly in such a detailed way and then to not accept any responsibility Baldwin one of the film's producers said someone is responsible but it's not him almost sounds like he was the victim on NBC's today show Hutchins says gun safety wasn't the only problem on the set of rust there were a number of industry standards that were not practice
Alec Baldwin, 'Rust' movie sued for wrongful death by Halyna Hutchins' family
"The family of a cinematographer who was killed on the set of the film rust has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against actor Alec Baldwin in the movie's producers margins are a letter with the latest the husband and son of galena Hutchins have filed a lawsuit over her death during a scene set up in New Mexico in October Alec Baldwin has said Hutchins instructed him to point the gun at her when it went off without him pulling the trigger the attorneys for Hutchinson's family say her death was a result of reckless conduct and cost cutting measures they say there was no call for a real gun and Baldwin had turned down training investigators
Alec Baldwin sued for defamation by family of slain Marine
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Official: Alec Baldwin surrenders phone for shooting probe
"Authorities authorities in in New New Mexico Mexico now now have have what what they they feel feel is is a a key key bit bit of of evidence evidence and and the the fatal fatal accidental accidental shooting shooting on on the the set set of of the the movie movie rust rust it's it's been been nearly nearly three three months months and and cinematographer cinematographer Helena Helena Hutchins Hutchins was was shot shot to to death death and and about about a a month month since since authorities authorities in in Santa Santa Fe Fe ask ask for for Alec Alec Baldwin Baldwin cell cell phone phone they they now now finally finally have have it it it it was was turned turned over over this this past past weekend weekend and and investigators investigators hope hope information information on on it it might might yield yield some some clues clues about about the the case case Walden Walden was was an an actor actor and and co co producer producer of of the the movie movie which which is is now now on on hiatus hiatus a a search search warrant warrant for for the the phone phone sought sought text text messages messages photos photos videos videos calls calls and and other other information information related related to to the the movie movie Baldwin's Baldwin's lawyer lawyer says says the the actor actor has has cooperated cooperated with with authorities authorities from from the the get get go go and and the the delay delay in in getting getting the the phone phone to to them them should should not not suggest suggest otherwise otherwise I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel
Film armorer blames ammo supplier in deadly "Rust" shooting
"There's there's been been a a new new lawsuit lawsuit filed filed in in connection connection with with the the fatal fatal shooting shooting on on the the set set of of the the movie movie rust rust the the lawsuit lawsuit is is being being filed filed by by the the movie's movie's armorer armorer Hannah Hannah guti guti eras eras read read and and two two colleagues colleagues it it was was their their job job to to supervise supervise the the use use of of weapons weapons on on the the rust rust sacked sacked the the suit suit is is filed filed against against ammunition ammunition supply supply SF SF Kenny Kenny and and his his company company she she claims claims the the company company brought brought live live rounds rounds to to the the set set we're we're only only blanks blanks and and dummies dummies were were supposed supposed to to be be present present a a gun gun Alec Alec Baldwin Baldwin was was using using on on set set went went off off last last October October killing killing cinematographer cinematographer Helen Helen Hutchins Hutchins and and wounding wounding the the director director investigators investigators have have been been trying trying to to figure figure out out sense sense how how a a live live round round ended ended up up in in the the weapon weapon came came here here said said in in the the past past that that he he is is sure sure his his company company didn't didn't send send any any live live animal animal to to the the rust rust set set I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel
Warrant issued for Alec Baldwin's cell phone after shooting on 'Rust' set
"To to learn learn more more about about the the fatal fatal shooting shooting on on the the set set of of the the movie movie rust rust authorities authorities in in New New Mexico Mexico have have issued issued a a search search warrant warrant for for Alec Alec Baldwin Baldwin cell cell phone phone officials officials say say the the phone phone could could hold hold evidence evidence that that might might be be helpful helpful in in the the investigation investigation into into the the shooting shooting of of cinematographer cinematographer Halina Halina Hutchins Hutchins the the search search warrant warrant says says investigators investigators want want to to check check out out the the phone phone for for any any text text messages messages images images videos videos calls calls or or other other information information linked linked to to the the production production Baldwin Baldwin was was holding holding the the revolver revolver during during rehearsal rehearsal when when it it fired fired on on October October twenty twenty first first he he has has said said the the cinematographer cinematographer Aston Aston to to point point the the gun gun toward toward her her when when it it accidentally accidentally went went off off I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel the the new new step step is is being being taken taken to to learn learn more more about about the the fatal fatal shooting shooting on on the the set set of of the the movie movie rust rust authorities authorities
Alec Baldwin makes first public showing since shooting
"Alec Alec Baldwin Baldwin made made his his first first public public appearance appearance since since the the October October fatal fatal shooting shooting on on set set of of the the movie movie or or rust rust he he was was in in New New York York man man please please welcome welcome to to the the stage stage Alec Alec Baldwin Baldwin Baldwin Baldwin was was the the master master of of ceremonies ceremonies at at the the Robert Robert F. F. Kennedy Kennedy human human rights rights twenty twenty twenty twenty one one ripple ripple of of hope hope gala gala it's it's great great to to be be together together in in person person it's it's great great to to be be a a person person Baldwin Baldwin says says Robert Robert F. F. Kennedy Kennedy urged urged people people to to make make gentle gentle the the life life of of the the world world people people celebrate celebrate these these extraordinary extraordinary honorees honorees and and recommit recommit ourselves ourselves to to what what Bobby Bobby said said when when he he announced announced his his presidential presidential bid bid quote quote peace peace justice justice and and compassion compassion for for those those who who suffer suffer that's that's what what the the United United States States should should stand stand for for Baldwin Baldwin was was using using a a proper proper revolver revolver he he thought thought was was harmless harmless during during a a rehearsal rehearsal in in New New Mexico Mexico cinematographer cinematographer Helene Helene Hutchins Hutchins was was killed killed I I made made Donahue Donahue
Alec Baldwin Says He Wasn't Responsible for 'Rust' Crew Member's Death
"Which clip is Alec Baldwin, guys. Kind of an amazing story. Where he sits down and tearfully says that he's not responsible for the death of this young woman on the set of this movie. I don't want to pile on. I can't imagine what that must feel like to know that you had your hand on a gun that you fired and killed this woman. Now he says he didn't fire the gunner he didn't pull the trigger or something. And Mark told me that he had a number of callers on his show this morning say that with certain kinds of guns that can happen that if you pull the. What do you call it? And I'm not, listen, I'm not as adept. Yeah, the hammer. If you pull the hammer back, it can fire without putting your finger on the trigger. Now, I don't really understand how an ongoing investigation could be thwarted by this dramatic prime time interview where Alec Baldwin can mount his defense before he faces his possible day in court. And there's George Stephanopoulos, they got the movie lighting and the music. She's a young woman dead. And I don't like Alec Baldwin. I think he's very talented, but I know what he is politically. I don't care what your politics are. I wouldn't wish that on anybody. To know that you were involved in something that led to the death of this young cinematographer on the set of his movie.
Alec Baldwin slammed for tell-all interview about 'Rust' shooting: 'A clout chasing performance'
"Alec Alec Baldwin's Baldwin's interview interview has has seen seen the the act act to to open open up up on on the the accidental accidental shooting shooting death death on on the the set set of of rust rust sadness sadness regret regret but but not not guilt guilt I I would would Baldwin Baldwin describing describing the the feelings feelings he he hasn't hasn't doesn't doesn't have have in in the the wake wake of of October's October's on on set set accident accident that that killed killed the the cinematographer cinematographer on on the the movie movie rust rust he he said said it it was was Selena Selena Hutchins Hutchins herself herself who who asked asked him him to to point point the the gun gun in in her her direction direction during during the the rehearsal rehearsal Baldwin Baldwin says says he he pulled pulled the the hammer hammer back back and and when when he he let let it it go go the the gun gun fired fired and and he he says says it it wasn't wasn't until until about about an an hour hour later later that that he he realized realized that that Hutchins Hutchins had had been been hit hit with with a a live live round round Baldwin Baldwin says says he he hopes hopes authorities authorities find find out out who who put put the the live live animal animal in in the the weapon weapon in in the the interview interview with with ABC's ABC's George George Stephanopoulos Stephanopoulos Baldwin Baldwin says says he he believes believes someone someone is is responsible responsible for for what what happened happened but but it it is is not not him him I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel
Alec Baldwin to discuss 'Rust' shooting in 'raw,' 'very candid' TV interview
"Only only Baldwin Baldwin has has done done a a sit sit down down interview interview to to talk talk about about the the fatal fatal shooting shooting on on the the set set of of his his movie movie I I didn't didn't pull pull the the trigger trigger that's that's what what Alec Alec Baldwin Baldwin this this telling telling ABC ABC in in an an interview interview he he tells tells George George Stephanopoulos Stephanopoulos that that he he would would never never point point a a gun gun at at anyone anyone and and pull pull the the trigger trigger at at them them it it is is Baldwin's Baldwin's first first extensive extensive chat chat since since the the October October twenty twenty first first shooting shooting on on the the set set of of the the western western rust rust the the live live round round in in his his gun gun killed killed Selena Selena Hutchins Hutchins the the movie's movie's cinematographer cinematographer and and wanted wanted the the director director Joel Joel Souza Souza Baldwin Baldwin says says he he has has no no idea idea how how the the live live round round ended ended up up in in his his prop prop gun gun authorities authorities in in New New Mexico Mexico have have said said that that Baldwin Baldwin was was told told that that it it was was safe safe to to handle handle the the gun gun when when it it was was given given to to him him I'm I'm
Three Victims of Michigan High School Shooting Identified
"I want to stop and ask you to pray for the people of Oakland county and Oxford township, Michigan, where three students were murdered 8 injured, three of whom are in critical condition of 15 year old boy, a 17 year old girl and a 14 year old girl who was on a ventilator. And of course, hundreds traumatized and the high school, well, the high school gets kudos for me. Because when a 15 year old boy walked in with the hand gun that his father had bought legally on Black Friday and opened fire, I believe a total of 17 people were wounded in some way, three dead three struggling for their lives. And those three who are dead could be any kid anywhere. I'm looking at their names in the New York Post report, not The Washington Post report. Tate Meyer, a 16 year old standout football player at Oxford high school, died of his wounds on the way to the hospital and the vaccine of patrol car. Hannah saint giuliana, a 14 year old Madison Baldwin, a 17 year old. This could be kids anywhere any high school anywhere. This is a TikTok video made by one of the students who is not injured if you're watching on the Salem news channel. Please do download it. It's just better to watch the sale on this channel. This is what they would see and listen to what they say. Yes. They come out. Let me stop for a second set this up. The video is of about, I would guess 15 to 20 students inside they're very well trained.
'Rust' script supervisor files lawsuit against Alec Baldwin, film producers
"The second lawsuit has been filed in connection with the fatal shooting on the set of rust last month this lawsuit is filed by script supervisor Mamie Mitchell who is right there with Alec Baldwin and others when that fatal shot was fired she says that with repairing to film a scene in which ballroom was holding a gun then an explosion deafening loud gunshot I was stunned her attorney Gloria Allred says this was more than just a mere accident Mister Baldwin chose to play Russian roulette when he fired a gun without
Crew member sues Alec Baldwin, others over 'Rust' shooting
"I like Walgren is among those being sued in connection with the fatal shooting on the set of rust filing the lawsuit the head of lighting on the film that saw its production stopped cold after Alec Baldwin fired a practical and killing cinematographer Alina Hutchins Sergei's vet noise claiming that there was negligence on this side and says that caused them severe emotional distress that will haunt him forever this lawsuit says the bullet that killed Hutchins narrowly missed him and he held the cinematographers head in his hands as she died it is the first known law sort of what is expected to be many stemming from the October twenty first shooting which also injured rust director Joe Sousa I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
L.a.'s New COVID Vaccination Proof Rules Go in Effect Today
"So today, is it today? I think it is, right? So let me get this straight in Los Angeles. I'm broadcasting from right outside Los Angeles. Glendale, California. Which is its own city, so in Glendale, at this point, do you have to show a vaccination certificate? To get into a restaurant or wait so long that is a hair salons, nail salons, the like, that's LA county, correct? And that I believe does begin today. No, no, LA county. I think so. I think so, 'cause I live in LA county not in LA city and I don't believe I can get a haircut. Where I live. That that's my take a look. So look it up. Ellie county salons. Put that. I think that would probably get it cut it for you. But anyway, in LA, listen to this from the Los Angeles Times, which of course is for anything that the bribes people of freedom except abortion. Is this the beginning of the end Kim prince asked during a recent phone call? We have been in a period of pivot pivot pivot. I just want to fry chicken. A Monday prince who owns hot ville restaurant in the Baldwin hills Crenshaw mall, and all other restaurants in the city of Los Angeles will have to pivot again to comply with a new ordinance that requires customers to show proof of a vaccine, or a negative COVID-19 test. To dine indoors. Enforcement of the ordinance which covers shopping malls, movie theaters, beauty saloons and other indoor activities will start November 29th.
"baldwin" Discussed on UnInfluenced
"I'm going to sit here and not cuss because someone caught cussing rot away. Last time i'm going to see how long cousin rodway. I said a cuss word. Hey guys welcome nine influence as you can see. We changed them shit up. Our goal for you guys is to have a different studio every episode. Fuck yeah that's not our it's not but We do like to set up better because we're always looking shit up. This was matt's idea. And i think he knocked it out of the park because Yeah it's just a better setup. I think and it utilizes table. That was handmade and So yeah here. We are fucking cheers. I'm gonna hap ass lie and are tell the truth and i stole this idea from drinking hose. I mean rose there. Yeah ones i was like. These guys are on laptops. They're probably looking at porn. I mean i am. Yeah karkare porn. But that's what i got on. We're going to get into this alec. Baldwin shit yeah yes vacuum. Oh that didn't last long. There was at least thirty seconds. Yeah at least thirty seconds probably less but shark less you. Better play the intro. We'll be after he's talking about actual like podcasting time. Nobody counts actual podcasting time. Someone asked me that earlier today. Matter of fact how much money can you make podcasting negative. Whatever you spend a month his. You do it for fun unless you're you know really doing hundreds of thousands of downloads You know you're not making in my opinion a living off of it Especially with the amount of time and equipment and effort. You gotta put into it you know. Even if you're monetize. Dan sponsored You can tell you from experience like it's a revenue stream but it's not like if that was all i was doing for a living That would be real. God damn tough. Even you know having episodes that do get you know. Six or multi six-figure download so It's a tough tough business. I would say don't quit your day job and just do it for fun. But what are the two key components for canine success. That's effective training and property attrition..
"baldwin" Discussed on Today, Explained
"Appear in tons of these things. Okay. We have to take control. I've seen how these things end. Nobody remembers them. They're completely ephemeral. But they get paid relatively well. And it looks like that there was some financial incentive for Baldwin to do this. And for his company, El Dorado pitchers to be involved as a producer too. So I don't know much about the plot, but it seems sort of like an action oriented western. It was made for about $7 million, which is a pittance. When it comes to a movie of this kind of size and scale. And heading into this tragic incident that transpired last week, how were things on the set of rust? So basically, when you're working on a movie, sometimes you're being asked to put in 16 to 18 hour days. And then you have to drive home, and historically, there have been accidents where people and crews have gotten into car accidents because they've been so overtired. So a lot of the crew members reportedly were upset that they were not given hotel or motel rooms closer to the set. So they're lodging was inadequate that they felt. And that was causing some safety concerns. There was obviously a lot of tension on the set before this accident happened. And in fact, on the day of the accident, a new crew had come in to replace an old crew that had walked off, and that had led to substantial delays in filming that day. We actually have a pretty clear picture of what happened on the day of the accident because investigators have released affidavits from the film's director Joel Souza and another cameraman on the set. And so what happened is the production got a late start in part to the fact that new crew had come in and that they only had one camera available to them to shoot. There are reports several members of the crew complained about the long hours and low pay with some walking off the movie shortly before the accident. So they start rehearsals, they break for lunch, the cast and crew go to an off site before that the guns that were going to be used in a scene had been prepared and were sitting on a table and at some point after they come back around 1230 or so. Baldwin is sitting in a church pew, he's in costume and western garb, and he's talking to the director and to the cinematographer, Elena Hutchins. According to a newly released affidavit, Susan told investigators that Baldwin was sitting in a church pew, rehearsing a scene for the western film rust in the scene, he draws his revolver across his body and points it at the camera. And they noticed the shadow so they move their camera slightly. And then he goes to show them how he's going to pull his gun out of the holster. And when he pulls the gun out of the holster, it discharges. Hutchins took a lethal shot to the chest, while Souza, who was standing behind her, was wounded in the shoulder. The director describes hearing a loud sort of pop as does the cameraman. Helena, Hutchins, falls to the ground, says she can not feel her legs. Medics then come in, they try to stop the bleeding. The script supervisor makes a phone call to 9-1-1. Accidentally shot on a movie set by a prop gun. We need healthy media. Generic pre grant, come on. So Helena falls to the ground, emergency personnel show up. She is taken via helicopter. She's later pronounced dead at a hospital in Santa Fe. Joel is also taken to the hospital where he's treated for a wound in his shoulder. And it's a relatively minor when he's discharged. What happens to Alec Baldwin? Alec Baldwin is interviewed by the police. There are pictures of him outside the sheriff's office and Santa Fe, looking completely stricken. He's sort of bent over. And one of them. Baldwin tweeting from the account he shares with his wife, there are no words to convey my shock and sadness regarding the tragic accident that took the life of Elena Hutchins. I am in touch with her husband, offering my support to him and his family. One assumes he will take some kind of work break. I don't know how you really get over something like this. First of all, he may be facing some kind of legal liability because he was not only the star of this film. He was also one of the producers. So he could, you know, have a lot of litigation that he has to be involved with for a while. And then there's kind of the personal toll that something like this takes on someone. I don't know. I feel like he's in for a lot of pain. Personally, maybe even professionally. Certainly legally. What do we know about the investigation into what exactly happened here so far? Well, it's ongoing. You know, certain key people on the set have been interviewed Baldwin has been interviewed. Souza has been interviewed, a cameraman who was nearby when the accident happened, presumably other members of the crew have been interviewed. And they've taken certain materials, the costume Baldwin was wearing, which apparently was stained with blood and also whatever round had been discharged. But they're being very careful about, you know, announcing any kind of conclusions. You know, they haven't said whether or not there was live ammunition in the firearm. A union Ayaz local 44 released an email saying there had been live ammunition, the police are going to have a press conference on Wednesday. Presumably they'll share more details. So we're still looking at, you know, what happened in the lead up to this accident? You know, was there negligence? Was it a terrible human error? What safety procedures and protocols were ignored? There are a lot of questions still. Do we know if rust is going to finish filming or is this kind of the end of this movie? So rust has suspended production until the investigation is concluded. You know, my gut sort of tells me that rust is never going to be concluded. It's an independently financed film. That involves a lot of different parties and entities putting little bits of money in and it's always precarious situation to actually complete one of these movies. And then you throw in something like this. And it just it scrambles the whole thing and then I'm not sure people are going to want to watch this movie.
"baldwin" Discussed on Today, Explained
"News works these days is that it comes to you. No matter where you are or what you're doing. Like, when you're hanging out in your couch on a Thursday night at 11 o'clock in your phone buzzes and it says that Alec Baldwin accidentally killed someone? Well, I think obviously there's the sort of the lurid aspect right that it's an Oscar nominated Emmy winning beloved actor involved in a terrible tragedy. It's a very rare thing that happens, so that's why it continues to kind of dominate the news cycle. But Brent Lang is an executive editor over at variety. If you dig a little deeper it points to some fundamental issues involving safety on film sets and television sets. And some larger labor problems that have been exposed in recent months. And really a growing sense of grievance among the grips and gaffers and camera operators and makeup artists and all of the hundreds of people who allow us to enjoy these movies and shows that we stream and we binge and we buy tickets for a non pandemic times who are frustrated that they feel that they've been sort of pushed to the breaking point and often asked to engage in unsafe work practices. Well, I want to get there, but let's start with what we know happened on this set. Let's start with this movie. It's called rust and clearly no one had heard of it until last week. And frankly, probably a movie that no one would hear that much about. It looks like it was a very low budget action film. I think vultures called them geezer teasers. Their films with kind of high end actors who come in and do these sort of action oriented movies that get sold to foreign markets and appear on.
"baldwin" Discussed on 90 Day Fiance Trash Talk
"Okay this is my least favorite everything. This is the family day libby to me. Dig the family. I really like andrei. I just do. I don't mind him. I just really hate her family now. So yeah andres driving. And the baby cries and he turns all the way around while he's driving in an entire. Rv what's going on back. He needs to know popica- needs to know. Well they're going to an airbnb in dc and it's very narrow street. There's no parking and her brother-in-law is like let's just go to the waldorf. And i'm like okay her brother-in-law's so nice. I like her brother-in-law he reminds me of a budget. Baldwin brother yes very good call. Yes i liked them. Baldwin if you will. He is a mild baldwin. But i liked that. He is like i don't know finally having his back you know like nobody ever has andres back and even his wife. Here's the thing i feel like. Everyone just wants to suffer. Yes so then. They could get mad at him and it's like i don't want to suffer. That's true guys waldorf. I want to go to the waldorf. Also drink every time they say. Rv you'll be dead. I know i don't know why everytime she says. Andrei everything the they can't toward dc now because they're going to be staying at the waldorf and not in the airbnb and they're so upset okay. I've toured dc many times you'll survive walking you have to do to. It's very long no all that. Rv is trash okay. Did you see the sing. Like let me tell you a story. I have been on an rv. That exactly like that. But i'm gonna tell you the situation that i was in. Oh i'm scared okay. I was on tour. Yes with a rock band of ten guys. Yes that we're up drinking all night long I can't believe you survive that life looking back. I don't know either. Yeah it's so different. Things are so different now. Oh god they are just looking at the. Rv just gives me hives triggers you. That's what i'm saying like okay also. I need to talk about something very obvious. Let's let's put it in. The room was the elephant. So they're driving from maryland to florida. Right this is a sixteen hour drive. Yes we rented the rv so that we could be comfortable but they're but they're not because it doesn't fit because here's the thing when they showed the aerial view. The two little kids are strapped in their car seats on that one bench. Yeah and then. There's four adults sitting around the table. where are the other children there in the back room there in the bed arse. They're laying in coffins. Yeah hard these poor kid. They're laying been they're laying whole the whole time don wheel local.
"baldwin" Discussed on 90 Day Fiance Trash Talk
"This is my favorite couple on the show. Okay this is my least favorite everything. This is the family day libby to me. Dig the family. I really like andrei. I just do. I don't mind him. I just really hate her family now. So yeah andres driving. And the baby cries and he turns all the way around while he's driving in an entire. Rv what's going on back. He needs to know popica- needs to know. Well they're going to an airbnb in dc and it's very narrow street. There's no parking and her brother-in-law is like let's just go to the waldorf. And i'm like okay her brother-in-law's so nice. I like her brother-in-law he reminds me of a budget. Baldwin brother yes very good call. Yes i liked them. Baldwin if you will. He is a mild baldwin. But i liked that. He is like i don't know finally having his back you know like nobody ever has andres back and even his wife. Here's the thing i feel like. Everyone just wants to suffer. Yes so then. They could get mad at him and it's like i don't want to suffer. That's true guys waldorf. I want to go to the waldorf. Also drink every time they say. Rv you'll be dead. I know i don't know why everytime she says. Andrei everything the they can't toward dc now because they're going to be staying at the waldorf and not in the airbnb and they're so upset okay. I've toured dc many times you'll survive walking you have to do to. It's very long no all that. Rv is trash okay. Did you see the sing. Like let me tell you a story. I have been on an rv. That exactly like that. But i'm gonna tell you the situation that i was in. Oh i'm scared okay. I was on tour. Yes with a rock band of ten guys. Yes that we're up drinking all night long I can't believe you survive that life looking back. I don't know either. Yeah it's so different. Things are so different now. Oh god they are just looking at the. Rv just gives me hives triggers you. That's what i'm saying like okay also. I need to talk about something very obvious. Let's let's put it in. The room was the elephant. So they're driving from maryland to florida. Right this is a sixteen hour drive. Yes we rented the rv so that we could be comfortable but they're but they're not because it doesn't fit because here's the thing when they showed the aerial view. The two little kids are strapped in their car seats on that one bench. Yeah and then. There's four adults sitting around the table. where are the other children there in the back room there in the bed arse. They're laying in coffins. Yeah hard these poor kid. They're laying been they're laying whole the whole time don wheel local.
"baldwin" Discussed on 90 Day Fiance Trash Talk
"This is my favorite couple on the show. Okay this is my least favorite everything. This is the family day libby to me. Dig the family. I really like andrei. I just do. I don't mind him. I just really hate her family now. So yeah andres driving. And the baby cries and he turns all the way around while he's driving in an entire. Rv what's going on back. He needs to know popica- needs to know. Well they're going to an airbnb in dc and it's very narrow street. There's no parking and her brother-in-law is like let's just go to the waldorf. And i'm like okay her brother-in-law's so nice. I like her brother-in-law he reminds me of a budget. Baldwin brother yes very good call yes. I liked baldwin if you will. He is a mild baldwin. But i liked that. He is like. I don't know finally having his back you know like nobody ever has andres back and even his wife. Here's the thing i feel like. Everyone just wants to suffer. Yes so then. They could get mad at him and it's like i don't want to suffer. That's true guys waldorf. I want to go to the waldorf. Also drink every time they say. Rv you'll be dead. I know i don't know why everytime she says. Andrei everything the they can't toward dc now because they're going to be staying at the waldorf and not in the airbnb and they're so upset okay. I've toured dc many times you'll survive walking you have to do to. It's very long no all that. Rv is trash okay. Did you see the sing. Like let me tell you a story. I have been on an rv. That exactly like that. But i'm gonna tell you the situation that i was in. Oh i'm scared okay. I was on tour. Yes with a rock band of ten guys. Yes that we're up drinking all night long I can't believe you survive that life looking back. I don't know either. Yeah it's so different. Things are so different now. Oh god they are just looking at the. Rv just gives me hives triggers you. That's what i'm saying like okay also. I need to talk about something very obvious. Let's let's put it in. The room was the elephant. So they're driving from maryland to florida. Right this is a sixteen hour drive. Yes we rented the rv so that we could be comfortable but they're but they're not because it doesn't fit because here's the thing when they showed the aerial view. The two little kids are strapped in their car seats on that one bench. Yeah and then. There's four adults sitting around the table. where are the other children there in the back room there in the bed arse. They're laying in coffins. Yeah hard these poor kid. They're laying been they're laying whole the whole time don wheel local.
"baldwin" Discussed on Overdue
"Why don't you tell me about this book that you read. It was recommended to us by one of our patrons david. Thank you david who wrote in and said my favorite authors james baldwin. I'd love to hear your take on. Giovanni s room a book that spoke to me a lot about my own dissonance before coming out. Thanks in advance david. Ps do more james baldwin. He's incredible thank you. David sure So what we want to say about this book for. I keep talking because this is the intro part of the show where like the person the author and the context yeah Giovanni room is about this guy whose name also is david who is living in paris. France literally gay hurry interesting and he has he is. He has a serious relationship with a woman named hella who is who he is. Who is unnamed right. Now and she. She is away in spain and he is in france and mainly on the plane. No that's the rain. that's the rain in spain. It's not hella in spain in spain is mainly under an umbrella. Sure that's a good one umbrella song. I love that song on. Hella hella get through the pitch. Sorry i might have no no. I didn't by. David is in paris and he meets this This bartender named giovanni and he strikes up a passionate love affair with giovanni and things kind of go downhill from both for both of them from there. Because it is. I mean the. The novel came out in nineteen fifty six. I assume that the events of the booker happening roughly contemporaneous leila. There's nothing in there to suggest that it's happening any other way.
"baldwin" Discussed on The Fashion Geeks
"To for a long time in twenty sixteen. I very much was back on the green ticket for presidency. And he was the vice presidential candidate for that With dr jill stein and to basically then. He's been someone that i've i've looked up to as i mean i mean he's just show intelligent and he's show and so i got seems speak live which was like the best best best of all afterwards i went up and actually got to meet him and i swear to god my knees shaking. I was like you know out of my mind. It was unbelievable. I got to sit there and talk with the man But he he actually brings our baldwin a lot because he talks baldwin bringing in that combination of of the serious hardcore intellectual thought but also being in touch with the people you know talking about making it relevant. What's going on and to bring this back to ball and i think that's that's something that ball does so well read some of his writings and and sometimes You know he writes almost from from too much of an academic perspective and sometimes he writes from the street perspective but he's able to blend them in a way that i know what i'm going to style but his writing is truly like nothing else. There's no one else that writes like him and bring it back to the clothing. It's the same clothes that he he wrote in the james baldwin style and he dressed in the james baldwin.
"baldwin" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Today we will be taking your confessions. We want to know what time you thought. Facebook or social media was listening to, you know, that'll be fun. I've got one from over the holiday break that I'll share with you, which I thought was the most fishy. To this point. Really? Yes. Qui and Ted assisting you said that what? You said that with an accent Where you from? Don't worry about it. Hilaria Baldwin, Hilary Baldwin. This is a story that It's like if entertainment of pop culture Has different roads that you could take some of the freeway the most popularly traveled well. During the holidays. I was on a dirt road. Okay, so just a spare story would hit me here and there. So when I heard about this story yesterday, I was one of the cave people coming out from behind the rock. Regarding Hilaria Baldwin or Hilary Baldwin. I guess she goes by both. Having allegedly a fake Spanish accent. Having lied about her upbringing. Uh And then I started doing this deep dive, but it just show me a video of her talking because I hadn't really heard from her. It was a familiar with her outside of, you know, tabloid photos. Well, it's funny because I've seen her on talk shows and she just talks like I'm talking And then I've seen her in Instagram posts with her husband. And she has a little bit of an accent. And I'm like, Oh, I didn't realize she was an American. I've got some audio here. I've got the famous quote if you want. You have. So this is when she was on. Do you know what year this is that she was on? I'm looking at. She was on the today show. She's doing a cooking segment. And Ah, and it must've been years ago because I see a picture of Natalie Morales, who's no longer on the show. It's definitely dated for sure. So let's say this is in the five ish years ago tennis years ago range here she is talking about a recipe that she was going to be putting together very few ingredients. We have tomatoes way have Participating cucumbers, cucumbers. We have red pepper. Wait, Stop! How do you say in English?.
"baldwin" Discussed on Ideas
"In doing so. When you know based on your own experience, that would never happen to a white since. Ever What does that say about? What does it reveal about your character? What does it reveal about your character? When you know that American education, it's public. Education is not equally distributed that it depends in most instances on where you live, because property taxes, fun, local education, and and so you see that there there's depending upon the neighborhood. The kids are getting their spending more money per child, and they are in other neighborhoods. Right that you see that that that there's a difference in the way in which American children are educated and you're okay So part of what Baldwin is saying is that when we become complicit in the world as it is, it affects who we take ourselves to be right. It's not just simply a kind of innocence. That innocence makes us monstrous. Because we can become blind willfully blind to the cruelty that exists in the world around us. So much so that it happens over and over and over again and you July Oh my God. Is this America Oh. My God is this America and he could be in. You. Just have to well damn. How many times are you going to ask the question? Right, so so, what what I think that formulation is really about is that if you can acclimate yourself tool world? That's shot through with evil that evil it can only be the case that evil evil begins to saturate. Your very be. Because you've acclimated yourself till it. You become complicit in it..
"baldwin" Discussed on Ideas
"And the after times which is of course a phrase that I get from Walt Whitman who was writing in the aftermath of the civil war represents this interim this moment of this crossroads this period between right promise and betrayal. I think it's it's such an apt description of where we are so much of this feels familiar. Even as we stand on the precipice, a significant change. This is a moment of hope that could actually proceed yet. Another period of disappointment. You know it still if we look at history very much a possible outcome, we do hear it so often from people who are participating in the protests today I'm wondering how Baldwin the writer. Walks his readers out of this crossroads that he lived in a direction. That might be useful today. Yeah I. You know I think it's a blue soaked. Hope that I think is the first thing we need to say right. You know echoing that line out of out of. The boys is eligible to his son. In the souls of black folk. It's a hope on hopeful, but not hopeless. Right so I think it's. We need to understand that the back four in the streets and many of their allies right now we've been here before. And then the country pulled back. We're already hearing that limit question. Around the fund, the police you know, and the question is is the latest iteration of what else what else does the Negro want right that question is the signal that White America has had its fill, you know. So. I think in in this moment there is possibility, but but our history doesn't suggested we will fare too well I think Baldwin would would remind us of that that we are creatures of our past, but he would also insist and I don't WanNa put words in his mouth, because in some ways I'm writing the book with him not about him want. He wants I think we both want to. To insist that we can be otherwise if we're honest with ourselves, and so I think in this moment we have to insist on a certain kind of honesty that will help bring us loose from old frames of understanding, because if we don't, we continue to lie to ourselves, and that lie justifies tinkering around the edges. Then we'll just simply to mix my metaphors. Stay on the racial hamster wheel. Just go back to trump for a moment. You say that it. His election was kind of a response to the political and. you know the political changes of the day of Obama's Day and I? I wondered I. Guess You know some of described it as nostalgia, others have talked about different words to describe that moment to that decision I. Baldwin described more like a fear. That the drove Americans to snap back to that kind of fundamental lie, where racist concerned it! What lessons do you think the relevant to today that we can draw from the fact? That Baldwin described it as a fear. Because I think it's important for us to to sit there I mean that's such a great question, because a to describe it as a fear takes us to the heart of these psychological. Existential questions. The fear is is a wholesale loss of who they take themselves to be. Of who we take ourselves to be as a country, a loss of identity. Right, what does it mean that I can't have a confederate flag? What what does it mean that whiteness and all of its benefits is not available to me then who am I? Becomes the question you become UNMOURNED. And suddenly it seems that you're floating in a black hole as it were. At the heart of Baldwin's criticism, and at the heart of my criticism, is that at its wrote? This is a moral question. At it's a moral question that takes takes the shape of who do we take ourselves to be? An a question of character, a question of virtue in some ways. Can we even become the kinds of people that democracies require? And I think the fear. Is is a loss of identity and you know I have this line. In the book where I say. The American ally. The Lai is irredeemable. There is nothing that can be salvaged. About it! But that doesn't mean that we are irredeemable. And it's making that distinction. That's difficult. For some Americans and particularly most white Americans. That distinction is damn near impossible to make. Can the country exist without the Lai? It has to. Look I think every nation tells itself a story. About its formation. About its journey to now. And every story. Right is in some ways, or at least most stories reveal our characters, and what do I mean by that? That what we choose to leave out. And what we choose to exclude or include rather what we choose to exclude and what we choose to include. Actually reveals our conceptions of justice. So if we tell the story in such a way we're, it's just thanksgiving native Americans and Americans. Are you know engaged in this? You know mutual sharing and the like. And we and we don't really tell the story about The horror of a settler colonial society if reveals the limits of just our conceptions of justice in terms of how we treat native Americans, right one could draw not necessarily a straight line, but there's a reason why co Vid nineteen is destroying. Now the novel nation for example in the United States. It has more cova cases than seven US states combine. and. Why is that not in view? Why is that not a moral question? Because of the kinds of stories, we tell about who we are, you see so I think if we don't begin to tell a better store. A fuller store, give a fuller account. Of Virtue and vice. Then we will seal seal our fate. In the story the the Baldwin. Rights continually writes about America one of his early themes is the idea of how the subjugated and the subjugated are both injured by the oppression and the debasement that's gone on of black people by white people. You. Know this idea that this. In this debasement and definition of black people white people debased and define themselves. Can we bring that idea into the present to? How would it be useful today given the context. Sure I mean what what what happens to one's character. A, what is revealed about one's character? If you see a video footage. Of video of a police officer, discharging his weapon into the back of a drunk man..
"baldwin" Discussed on Ideas
"They've been raised to believe. And buy now the helplessly believe. That no matter how terrible their allies maybe. Their lives have been quite terrible. And no matter how far they fall. No matter what disaster overtake one enormous knowledge and Constellation, which is like a heavenly revelation. At least they are not black. One of the other teams that really comes up quite often. Is that He wants to bring the audience's attention to the moral consequences of. Routing your identity as you put it once identity in racial mythology I wonder what if you could describe how he does that? And what the conclusion that he comes up with us. One of the things that's clearer is at Baldwin. He's always interested in what lies beneath right what lies beneath the kind of racial mythologies, the sexual mythologies all these different theologies it. He thinks governor our lives. For Baldwin he essentially a diagnosis human predicament is is one that is marked by a kind of. Status Zayed's right the we're fearful and that because we're fearful, we we tend to construct identities that will sort of us feel superior to others right the dot that is the sort of root of. Whether it's you know racism Homophobia Phobia. Baldwin says that there's something about status right this idea feeling a sense of superiority is somebody else. That can make us feel safe in Baldwin says that that is something that fundamentally undermines our humanity, and he's also trying to capture the ways in which you know. He sees the ideology of white supremacy as one that has so many layers to raise this is. Is Not just about hatred and evil right? This is about fear, and there are people if you really want, understand white supremacy or any other ideology of exclusion, which you need to understand, is it beneath all these layers are human beings who were scared and they're scared of change because any change as a kind of death, any change is a kind of destruction of the identity that made them feel safe. Something awful must have happened to a human being to be able to put a cattle prod against a woman's breasts for example. What happens to the woman is gasoline. But I'm the man who does it. is in some ways much much worse. This is being done after all. Not One hundred years ago. But in nineteen, sixty five. In a country which is blessed with what we called prosperity. Where do you want examined closely? With a certain kind of social coherence which called himself A. Nation in which espouses. The notion of freedom of the world. In that moment, February eighteenth, nineteen, sixty five. Jim Clark is in newspaper picture to newspapers all over the world with his cattle, prod and brutalizing people, men, women, and children. The streets of Alabama so Baldwin uses uses the most extreme example imaginable in that moment to say what's happening to Jim victim as you say is ghastly, but was happening to Jim Clark's in some ways much much worse in. Baldwin explains that the moral life right if somebody, like Jim, Clark has been completely destroyed by the play called color, and so this idea Baldwin is giving us a Jim. Clark has been taught for his entire life that his value as a human being is inextricably bound to his whiteness in his role in the world. World his vocation is to protect the fortress of white supremacy in Baldwin says what could be more pathetic than that? I often use the term black liberation, struggle and I know that Baldwin would not like the using that term because he would always say, this is not about black liberation. This is about the liberation of each and every human being I'm Jim. Clark is not liberated Jim Clark needs to be liberated, so Baldwin is is there to remind us of that in the ways in which new when we are exercising our power over others I in a way that is we think is making us feel safer in many ways. We are really destroying our own souls. Until the moment come. When we the Americans, we the American people. are able to accept the fact that I have to accept for example answerable, the both white and black. That on that continent we are trying to fall a new identity which we need each other. Not Award. Of America I not an object and missionary charity. I one of the people who built the country. Until this moment. There are scarcely any hope for the American dream. Because the people who are denied participation in it. By the very presence. We'll wreckage. That happens very grave moment for the West, thank you. What what exactly predict in there? is saying something really remarkable and really haunting right? He says he says what concerns me most is really the breakdown of our ability to hear each other. To communicate with each other, really the breakdown of of authority of discourse. Any says that it's not just that. Folks at the margins are going to be unwilling to listen to somebody like William Buckley Junior, or even somebody like Robert Kennedy who's a progressive, but says it's the folks at the margins are GonNa. Stop listening or caring I. Have Say James, Baldwin? What Martin Luther! King has to say because they are going to have bill reason to believe that they can have any. Any confidence that what we are saying is true right? Because at that moment, Baldwin had Britain. The fire next time comes out in nineteen, sixty three in the fire next time, but Buckley calls it a a threat against America right, but Baldwin. The fire next time was a warning. Not a wish by Baldwin was trying to say unless we can come together and figure out a way to to break out. Out of this racial nightmare, then there will be blood right there will be there will be fire, and so Baldwin is is he's in? That? Moment still is trying to get people to listen because Baldwin's, says we. We have to achieve our country right. We have to achieve something, and that's not about going back to some. You know something we once were. It's something that we have not yet become how. How can we re imagine what freedom means? What justice means what equality means to actually achieve you know a society that we can be proud of. That's what bolden is calling on us to do. And he says if we fail to hear each other. If we fail to acknowledge one, another humanity than the project fails completely right, and he says we might yet become the most monumental failure in human history. Having studied the intricacies of this debate, and having obviously steeped yourself in in James Baldwin himself I. Just wonder as an American just what goes through your mind. I know you said there's.
"baldwin" Discussed on Ideas
"Nineteen, sixty, five, the writer, poet, and civil rights activists, James Baldwin was invited to Cambridge University in England for a debate. It was an electrifying night. The American civil rights debate playing out on the international stage! In twenty three and a half minutes. Baldwin marshalled a devastating argument. By the time you are thirty. You've been through a certain kind of mill. And the most serious the meal you've been through. is again not for catalog of disaster. Policemen the taxi drivers waiters, the landlady, the landlord, the banks, the insurance companies the millions of details. Twenty four hours of every day which spell out to you, but you are worth this human being. It is not that. By that time you begun to see it happening in your daughter or your son or your niece or nephew? He could have been speaking in Twenty Twenty The themes the debate the things that they're arguing about are echoing in our time in the arguments that were having, and I think one of the things that Baldwin would say is that you know that's a problem, right? We need to figure out a way out of this cycle and I think Baldwin. Is is somebody who can really help us do that. And thinking about his encounter with Buckley can help us figure out what that looks like. In twenty twenty, Baldwin's words echo once again with both prescience and frustrating familiarity. He offers words for the highs and for the lows. Even is most disillusioned. He found words for hope. There's a continuity of theme in Baldur's work, and he comes back to this this love right if we could only get our minds around on that right to kind of get to the heart of who we are. Each Other for who we are to stand in right relation with one another we can bank are all there I think we ought to. In this episode you will hear excerpts from James. Baldwin's nineteen sixty five Cambridge debate speech as well as interviews with Eddie S Global Junior and Nicholas Book. La both authors of new books, revisiting James Baldwin's work and legacy were calling this episode a Baldwin Revival in good times and in bad. A warning this program includes some offensive language reflecting the historical context. In. The debating hall of the came reunion hundreds of Undergrad and myself waiting for what could prove one of the most exciting debates in the whole hundred and fifty years all the union history. I ever seen the union say well attended undergraduate every weather on the benches on the floor, but on the galleries and there are not more outside of clamoring to get in. When he I watched. The Cambridge Union debate between James Baldwin and Conservative William F. Buckley Linfield college political. Science Professor Nicholas Boucle believed there was a book in it. When Donald Trump was elected president. He felt an urgency to write it. It's called. The fire is upon us. Play on James, Baldwin's nineteen sixty three book titled the Fire Next Time. There's something about the Cambridge Street. I rank very highly in the sense that because of the drama of it, and because we have this wonderful footage of it. There's something about it that is I think reached beyond a lot of Baldwin's essays in in his fiction. In a way that you know now it's out there on Youtube and people. You know even in the last few weeks. You're seeing people. Drop clips from it to serve say wow! This is James Baldwin fifty five years ago and he could have been saying this yesterday. It was nineteen, sixty five at a time of real momentum for the civil rights movement in the United States. What did the the debate signify? At the time? This was really the High Titus O. Rights Movement, so the same night that bought Baldwin Buckler squaring off at Cambridge we're in the midst of the Selma campaign, so the focus is on the voting rights act, and and so there was a kind of way in which this sort of civil rights movement had Civil Rights Act of nineteen, sixty four had been adopted the march on Washington. You know great success all these things that happen that sort of indicated that the tide of history was turning. In the direction that Baldwin represented and so you, you kind of have this moment in sixty five when Buckley, who's been on the other side for now over a decade is trying to come to terms with what it means to have lost all these battles in the civil rights struggle, and so I think it's this really interesting moment where Baldwin is in some ways you should be feeling victorious, but he's, but he's not because of the nature of the way he thinks about the world. He's always wondering he's always. Say Yes, but yes, this is an important step, but we have so much more work to do I. Want to know how much different is the life of the average teenager in Harlem going to be as a result of the Civil Rights Act? As a result of this voting rights act, and so there's something about the moment in the way that made it. Self is framed. Right is the American dream at the expense of the American Negro that invites the debaters in the audience to think about questions beyond these immediate legislative debates, the moment and really think about these big big questions about the relationship between you know sort of American mythology and the history of a racial oppression the country. Now. Baldwin. Star of the evening. WHO WAS BEATEN! Listening, attentively, getting a wonderful reception and the camera young. Remembers enthusiasm from old side of the House. The Baldwin who has been listening to the arguments now we'll bring the voice of instruments to the debate evening. I I find myself not for the first time. And Position of kind of Jeremiah. For example. I don't disagree with Mr Burfoot that the. The inequalities of it by the American Negro population of the United States has hindered the American real. Indeed has. Some other things has say. The other deeper element of. A certain awkwardness I feel. Has To do with. It has do once point of view I had to put.
"baldwin" Discussed on The Conservative Circus w/ James T. Harris
"Who's the the week cloud of the week? we're talking about the riots. Going on in Minneapolis. We're talking about the marching going on around the country. This is the protest and it's a protest because once again a we have a police officer who is killed an unarmed black man and it was on television. It was brutal to watch. I'm telling you it was murdered and nobody. Nobody's in disagreement. There is no controversy. That police officer murdered that man and it was captured on video. So the question is why are people out there? Rioting why are people out there marching? We know what the problem is. My goodness Brooke Baldwin had a family member on interviewing them and instead of getting to what they had to say Brooke Baldwin. Be clowned herself. How would you there are so many motions as I'm sitting here listening to you? I'm I'm having my own. I'm surprised at my own emotions on TV with you. But I've just as a as a white woman aware of my own privilege in this country. I am so angry and I can't even begin. Forgive me no. I'm not going to forgive you Baldwin. That's ridiculous Brooke Baldwin. Made it about her made it about her. White guilt made it about her white privilege. This woman lost a love. She's owner to talk about that and Brooke Baldwin Breaks Down and starts crying in apologizing. Kashif aware for prayer flags white. Why do you think that will? Do you think the family member wanted to hear. That would've embarrassing situation. You put her in now. She has to try to comfort your crazy assets to you up here crying. 'cause you white crying because you'RE WHITE. Brooke Baldwin's moment of of white guilt. Is the reason why she is. This week's conservative circus clown of the week brought to you by tombstone tactical..
"baldwin" Discussed on The Conservative Circus w/ James T. Harris
"Who The the cloud of the week we're talking about the riots going on in Minneapolis. We're talking about the marching going on around the country. This is the protest. and. It's a protest, because once again a we have a police officer who is killed an unarmed black man, and it was on television. It was brutal to watch I'm telling you? It was murdered. And nobody nobody's in disagreement. There is no controversy that police officer murdered that man and it was captured on video. So, the question is why are people out there rioting? Why are people out there marching? We know what the problem is my goodness. Brooke Baldwin. Had A family member on interviewing them and instead of getting to what they had to say. Brooke Baldwin be clowned herself. How would you? There are so many motions as I'm sitting here? Listening to you, I'm I'm having? My own I'm surprised at my own emotions on. TV With You, but I've just as a as A. White woman aware of my own privilege in this country I am so. Angry! And I can't even begin. Forgive me. No I'm not going to forgive you Baldwin. That's ridiculous. Brooke Baldwin made it about her. Made it about her white guilt. made it about her white privilege. This woman lost a love. She's owner to talk about that and Brooke. Baldwin breaks down and starts crying in apologizing Kashif aware for prayer flags white why? Do you think that will do you think the family member wanted to hear that? Would've embarrassing situation. You put her in now. She has to try to comfort your crazy assets to you up here. Crying, 'cause you white crying because you're white. Brooke Baldwin's moment. Of of white guilt. Is the reason why she is this week's. Conservative circus clown of the week brought to you by. Tombstone tactical..
"baldwin" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Baldwin favorite radio talk show host is on the air right now. Right. Mr baldwin. Sean Hannity conduct by the Muller team. Or are you aware of actions that they've taken that you think should be independently investigating about destroying the set the nineteen thousand texts of struck. And as I told you at the beginning this thing began illegitimately it began with was struck in the end the Steele dossier, which is totally false eight four by Hillary Clinton. Imagine search warrant is based on a bought and paid for Jesus apple research paid for by a political candidate a piece of garbage, and they don't properly alert the court to that a lot of deep state news Hannity. Deep state watch continues as Giuliani accusing the Muller team Muller himself up destroying key evidence. And he made this over the Christmas break, the media, of course, pretends not to notice, but if you think the magnified how what that would do to this case of tra-, why were those nineteen thousand texts why were the phones of page and struck cleaned white. Cleaned. How is it that the left always gets away with wiping stuff away? But you know, they look at the case of general Flynn, general Flynn, you don't need a lawyer says the deputy FBI director, McCabe, you know, just it's it's gonna come over and a couple of guys going to talk to, you know, big deal James Comey bragging about the fact that E ON day four the Trump administration Senate has FBI agents something he'd never would do if Obama was president or if Bush was president, but he wanted to take advantage of Trump being president. He all they all had an agenda. He knew about the dossier being unverified, and and salacious and bony. But he's still signed off on it. And one of these people are going to be held responsible and Giuliani said that Muller's should be investigated for destruction of evidence for allowing those text messages from struck to be erased messages that would show the state of mind in tactics that of of the lead anti-trump FBI agent at the beginning of this entire probe, by the way, Ken Starr said that Muller's team be guilty of obstruction of Justice. You have now. Poll that came out just two days ago. The majority of Americans want Trump to declassify documents from the Russian investigations that would be the things we've been telling you about that would be the Pfizer warrant applications themselves again unverified uncorroborated a lot of the bunks. And yet all these people put their signature on it frauds committed against four five zero court. Judges look at the oddity of how they handled the Flint interview told doesn't need a lawyer doing things they'd never do any other administration on top of that. We have a fusion GPS spy Christopher Steele admitting. He was hired by Democrats to sabotage Trump and his campaign and posed victory that also happened. So, you know, at the end where does his hand, we know we've got a group of people that are going to be screaming impeachment impeachment impeachment impeachment every single day. But yet there's no evidence of any Trump Russia collusion, but we have plenty of evidence of Hillary Clinton and her crimes that have yet. And she's yet to be brought to Justice anyways, been working. Real hard over the holiday while I was off trying to recharge my battery John Solomon of the hill is back with us. How are you? Happy new year. Sean good to be with you. I think Giuliani is right. He did the wide ranging interview is with you tell us about. Yeah. It was an amazing interview in and there are so many things now when we look back, you know, part of the problem with the Russian cases is complicated. In to some of the revelations that our scope Atari, your helpful to the president are so scattered that no one's pull them all together. And I think the mayor did a great job of looking at thirty thousand feet all the problems with is investigation. You've got the nineteen thousand text message, the FBI destroyed only the I went to the effort and got him re reinstated when found him we know we got all of them because without the idea, which we are missing. So yeah, the most important ones that were not recovered where the ones that page and struck exchange while they were working for Robert Muller's investigation. So those first three months from may to June before they they left or were fired from from the Muller investigation. Those text messages remarkably. Are wiped and gone and never to be retrieved. And we'll never know what they were talking about. And how they were trying to steer that investigation in the first months of Robert Muller Muller had to know at that point because struck and page will working for him, and he had discovered that they were so very fluently anti-trump. So he had an obligation didn't need to preserve these text messages preserved these phones. It's it's funny at the same obligated Hillary Clinton had retain those work related emails on her server and didn't comply with those a walk the federal records act. And it says anything that you create and your government work that's substantive relative to government work needs to be preserved one of the things he pointed out in his December report was the FBI and the Justice department and mother's office didn't have a policy for complying consistently with that with that law. And so right off the bat, you got the investigators not complying with laws investigating other people for for potentially breaking the law. And I think that's the sort of hypocrisy that drives everyday Americans. Crazy. All right as we continue our Hannity deep state. Watch because this is going to be an ongoing story throughout the year. The question is remember when I said facetiously, and I said, it's not gonna work out well for you, and I don't recommend it. But if you were to do the things that Hillary did. And you're array subpoenaed emails and then acid wash your hard drive with bleach bid and bust up your devices with hammers knowing they also had information that had been subpoenaed. I wouldn't recommend it. And everybody said Hannity's advising people to obstruct Justice Hannity was doing no such thing. I was saying if you did what she did. It would be pretty dumb. Now. How do they get away with a people ask all the time? When is there? I mean, do we expect the next attorney general do we expect the inspector general? Do we expect the president? Is he going to the hill had an article saying most people want this information, the three hundred two's, they want the original applications? They want the gang of eight information. They want this so-called fourth bucket of information. You could tell us about that. Are we ever going to get to see the stuff? I do. I have a high degree of. Confidence that the president? When the time is right. When the opportunity is no longer there for Democrats say you release that information to have struck by Muller's investigation. When that time is right. I believe the president will release all that information. When we see it in its entirety. Everything we've been talking about up to this by not only be confirmed. There will be new revelation. I am certain that the FBI had evidence was exculpatory to Carter page that they kept out of the Feis worn, I'm certain something. 'cause I'm gonna report it tonight. And I'm going to review it on your show tonight on FOX. But tonight, I'm going to be able to report there for the last two years the United States in colleges community had exculpatory information about Mike Flynn to Moscow, December twenty fifteen remember when he sat alongside Putin at the RT dinner, the television network dinner. It turns out that Mike Flynn notified the government advance got a protective defensive briefing how to avoid being compromised when he was in Russia, and then he came back and reported everything to the United States government that went on there, and we talked to and what are you observed? That's not the act of. Of of a and every time I've interviewed Carter page. He said he was often debriefed he willingly was debrief and shared all the information with our intelligence community. So they get the same thing. Now, you got doing the same thing. And Chuck Grassley tried to get this information released, Sean and the United States government Donald Trump's own administration that bureaucrats and his own administration. What allow that information out? You have to ask the question. Why why can't we know the truth about these things general Flynn that act was that meeting was portrayed as like the beginning of this conspiracy? Which by the way, never happened. Right. But if you knew in the beginning of this, Mike Flynn did the right thing he got a defensive briefing. He cleared it. He told people in advance he came back and got debris. It changes the whole context of the meeting, and we were deprived that for more than two years. It's really remarkable. I was shocked at what was supposed to be the Flint sentencing hearing, and the judge ended up calling three star a traitor, and and they made the case they were letting the court know that certain things had happened the one that the deputy FBI. Director said that he doesn't need a lawyer. Meanwhile, this wasn't investigation they weren't telling him, and it was an investigation that in and of itself to me would be a violation of Miranda. And and certainly if you use that information after you told them, not to have a lawyer would be not admissible to me. Then of course, James call me bragging about how we bypass normal process and procedure nocco through the White House counsel, but walked right into general Flynn's office or sent his agents in knowing that he wouldn't do it in any other administration. How do we get to the point where he was supposed to get no jail time? And now the judge wants to throw the book at this guy. Well, it's an important thing to remember. Because a lot of the media didn't cover this with the same fervor that they recovered the judges first remarks, but there was a recess in the middle of that hearing when the recess ended and the judge came back. He recanted. His remarks thing I did not mean to suggest that general Flynn was a traitor, and in fact, he acknowledged he misunderstood the timeline that they were talking about this Turkish representation where he was representing a client tied to Turkey. And the judge conflicted that having occurred when he was national security adviser that representation and long before Mike Flynn became president. But then he also went on to say don't expect you're going to get a better sentence. The next time you're in my courtroom. I I think that the judge made clear that he'd like to send Mike Flynn independent. But let me tell you something else important that occurred during that hearing that I don't think anyone covered the prosecutors in the in on Muller's team were asked to you think Mike Flynn committed treason, or would you consider charging him with treason, and they said, no, there's no evidence to support that that's very very important missions. You never hear that stuff. You only hear the other things in the media. But that was a very important moment in in that court hearing, and when you go back, and you look at the media coverage, we've now debunked media coverage, the prosecutor who knows everything about Mike Flynn says there was no treason. That's an important part that we we need to focus on a lot of the expectations and allegations and made up narratives at the beginning. But the whole predicate for the the lying to the FBI charge against general Flynn was based on the fact that those agents that only bragged about bypass normal procedure and got in and did an interview after they said, you don't need a lawyer. They already had the transcript because they had legally surveilled they never minimized then they unmasked, and then they leak the raw intelligence about general Flynn. Now. Maybe he lied or maybe remember perfectly because they had a transcript in front of them. Yeah. They they they had by the time. They went to interview. And they knew what my had said. And I think they were checking his his reliability is willingness to be honest about it. Remember the agent who I interviewed him concluded that he wasn't deceptive that when he gave the question he didn't feel like Flynn was intentionally trying to mislead the F B I nonetheless, seven months later, they wrote a report that said he was lying, and they rang them up. I think break more John Solomon on the other side..