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'Better America': Biden's Campaign Launches New National Ad
"In one thousand, nine, sixty, four Lyndon Johnson ran a now iconic campaign ad against Barry Goldwater where a little girl counts daisy pedals until her counting becomes the countdown to nuclear explosion idea being present goldwater has become elected and started a nuclear war because he's a madman. said. It. there. Is, are, the stakes. You'll make a world in which all of God's children can live. Aren't to go into the dark room, we must either love each other. Or we must die. Vote for President Johnson on November third, the stakes are too high for you to stay home. The stakes are that you're adorable daughter gets nuked. Now. Even though we're not living through a nuclear winter, we are living through a version of disaster. I mean a a national disaster resulting in thousands and thousands of deaths day after day after day and a new Joe Biden goes against the grain in many ways the opposite of the grand life and death scale the daisy at. The new the biden relates what a bummer. This current disastrous doesn't focus deaths, evictions, closed schools. It says, this virus is ruining the little things like seeing your grandkids. have been gifted with two beautiful grandchildren. We try to see them as often as possible and it's been six months. And it's way too long. And while I don't blame Donald Trump for the virus, I blame him for his lack of action and because of that, we're sitting here zooming or facetime ing with our grandchildren instead of hugging and kissing them. And that's hard. Joe Biden knows every moment is precious I trust you Biden to get this virus under control? I'm Joe Biden and I approve this message. Seems like a really real smart relatable ad for a portion of the population that Joe Biden is trying to focus on. This is for all the people who were sold on idea that there was some normal around the Ben. During the trump years because there is no normal during trump that was false join me. Now for more on the different approaches, the two campaigns are taking is Adrian Shropshire. She's a veteran democratic strategist and executive director of black pack had a lot of experience in politics community organizing and ads as well and I just I was so struck by this ad agent because it's so understood in. So many ways given how terrible things are and given the kind of micro targeted median voter. He's trying to reach you know elderly couple or senior citizen couple in Florida. Yeah I mean the reality is that. Voters understand where we are. They understand the crisis that we're in. They do not. WanNa see campaign after campaign ad reminding them of our national. Right. I've said he focused move after folks. And what? The message that voters say that they want to hear is one of national unity. They WanNa hear message about a path forward how this mess is going to get fixed and I think the brilliant thing about that ad is that. while. It appears to be targeted at one segment of the electorate. The reality is that that is all of us, right? That is my entire family every Sunday night sitting zoom call, right so it is it is. There is a moment where the multipronged crisis that are facing the country are literally touching every single one of us and what's brilliant about the ad is that. You know it's it leads toward that unifying message right? It is it in every message quite frankly every ad I would hope to see that comes out of the campaign on is a way to unify to tell a message to tell a story that connects people about the moment that we're in. It's really if you think about it in this in this way having a national unity being a campaign strategy all by itself.
"barry goldwater" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"Twenty. I'm Michael Brooks the five time award winning majority report. We're broadcasting live steps from the industrial ravaged Guana canal the heartland of America Downtown Brooklyn USA on today's program. The Great Conor Kilpatrick work contributing editor writer for Jackson on his new peace wide. Pete was the type of kid who would unplug the SEGA. If if he was losing we'll talk about the state of the Democratic primary. What all of the infinite numbers of problems with Buddha the judge? There are with conor. Kilpatrick new New Hampshire tracking poll shows Sanders holding a lead breath but Buddha judge closing in probably mostly Biden voters flipping Buddha judge but tightening race Bernie. Sanders raised twenty five million dollars in January with his usual juggernaut of small donors powering the way significant and massive many errors in the Iowa caucuses from the results released on Wednesday. Seems very clear that if we were judging it by the metric that all sensible people should be judging voting who won the most votes Bernie Sanders one Iowa and it also looks increasingly likely that the satellite Cox's will come through through giving him a delegate win as well but well done aces on the DNC brands. I wonder how well Donald Trump and republican state parties across the country will do what the concept of a quality control vote counts really really good. The door opening guys addict sound of o clock and they came up with this thing called quality. Control fascinating shadows. CEOS very sorry for Iowa but sorry to say she will still not disclose the company's funders and the votes are in Democrats holding steady on the impeachment. Mitt Romney crossing the line on one article Bloomberg. Hello hello this. Is Mitt Romney. Bloomberg surrogates have seats on the DNC rules committee and another other powerful example of confidence building through Democratic National Committee. White House threatens to veto Puerto Rico earthquake aid package dockage head of House vote Justice Department over in civil rights investigation into Missouri Prisons and Mississippi Mississippi Pardon me Mississippi prisons. The probably shouldn't Missouri as well hundreds departed from El Salvador had been killed or abused upon their return. According to new report from Human Rights Watch and the Department of Homeland Security has blocked New Yorkers from enrolling in trust the travel program global entry because of New York's opposition to because of New York being the sanctuary city and apparently.
How Bolton's Allegations Could Change the Impeachment Trial
"It's the second week of the Senate impeachment trial of president trump and there's a new wildcard in the mix John Bolton a draft of the former national security advisers memoir was leaked over the weekend in it. He reportedly writes that. President trump told him he wanted to freeze aid to Ukraine until the country. Aidid investigations into Democrats including his political rival former vice president. Joe Biden the allegation strike at the center of the impeachment inquiry and could change the dynamics in the Senate or the President's defense team is making their arguments today. Joining me now with more details is Wall Street Journal Executive Washington editor Jerry. seib Jerry this leak from John Bolton's upcoming book is throwing a lot of uncertainty into the Senate impeachment trial. Democrats are renewing their calls for Bolton to testify and it could prompt president trump's defense to tweak their strategy. How do you think this could change what we see in the next few days of the impeachment trial well I think it has to immediate impacts one is I think it affects or could affect at least the tactics? The president's defense team uses as it moves through its phase days of the arguments in the Senate it has been essentially trying to have it both ways to say there was no quid pro quo when the president asks Ukraine for Investigations Investigations into corruption. In the Biden's there was no threat of withholding military aid at the same time so there was no quid pro quo. But and secondly even if there there was such a quid pro quo. It would have been perfectly within the president's rights to ask for that because he was interested in getting to the bottom of corruption Ukraine. I think now that you have John Bolton saying saying well yes there was a quid pro quo. The president told me that he was going to withhold aid until the Ukrainians started investigating the Biden's that now I think the president's defense team probably has to fall back on the well. That was perfectly acceptable argument. So I think it changes and somewhat restricts their ability to argue their case the second effect and probably conceivably conceivably the more important one is that it increases dramatically the chances that there will be a vote in the Senate to call witnesses once. The President's defense team has done making. It's case in to do that. You'd have four. Republican senators agree with all the Democrats. Witnesses ought to be called including John Bolton on Saturday. That didn't seem very likely Egli to happen on Monday. After the Bolton revelation. I think it's much more likely and that in turn I imagine could open the door to calling more witnesses besides Bolton right exactly exactly because once you open that door there are a lot of things that can happen and the Democrats are equally eager to hear from Mick Mulvaney. The Acting White House Chief of staff and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will potentially others and then you will have Republicans demanding that Joe Biden or his son. Hunter Biden be called to testify about their actions in Ukraine rain. And so you have probably dueling subpoena fights and elongation of the whole trial section of the impeachment process which the president doesn't want and very uncertain outcomes the law of surprises and potentially unser pleasant surprises for both sides. Comes into play so you will have moved from a process is that seemed to be headed toward a certain conclusion to one in which there's at least more uncertainty. I think it's very unlikely that. Any of these scenarios result in the president being convicted hidden removed from office but the twists and turns in the political impact list twists and turns are much harder to predict now. How damaging could Bolton's testimony for the president in this trial if we go down that road where he is called as a witness well I think it's damaging potentially in the sense that it will Would serve if the if the leaks. What he's written? A book are correct to basically confirmed one of the articles of impeachment that the Democrats have put forward which is that. There was undue undue pressure put on Ukraine in the form of withholding military aid to coerce the Ukrainian to investigate the president's political opponents. That is Joe Biden. That would essentially Ashley be confirmed if the leaks are correct. It doesn't however get to the follow on question which Republicans would stress. which is? That's not an impeachable offense. You may disagree with that. We think the president was in within his rights to press for an answer to what was going on in Ukraine during the Obama years as a matter of foreign policy and so what Republicans will say. It's not an impeachable offense. Even if you believe everything John Bolton said so I I think it complicates the political narrative. I doubt that it changes inches. The outcome as I said because Republicans are both convinced there there was less there the meets the eye and that whatever the president did does not amount to a high crime or misdemeanor meaner as required under the constitution for impeachment and conviction Jerry. How do Republicans view John Bolton he has a long history in Washington how are Republicans responding responding to this leak? And how are they viewing Bolton's relationship to president trump. Well that's an interesting question because you have a role reversal in both parties. He's on John Bolton right now. For years and years John Bolton was kind of a a villainous figure in the Democratic Party very conservative goes back to campaigning for Barry Goldwater when he was in his youth served in the Reagan and Bush administrations very hawkish conservative and very much reviled by Democrats now. They're begging for John Bolton to stand up and be a man of principle as we know he is and testify and on the Republican side. You have a similar reversal. I mean John Bolton is conservatives conservative he served in every Republican administration nations since Ronald Reagan. And now he's being attacked by. Republicans is not credible person and so this is kind of the whiplash effect that you see often in the the trump administration when people who were traditional Republican conservatives are not necessarily trusted now and those same kinds of conservatives. Don't necessarily love the trump administration association. So there's a kind of identity crisis on the right to to some extent these days and John Bolton personifies that now in this context in some ways you know one of the ironies. arnie's in this situation is that there are a lot of things that John Bolton has said and written for years that are very trumpian in the way he's described it very much in sync with President and trump. He has said you can't trust the European Union for example and he has said the State Department is a A hotbed of careerist liberals who try to make policy not just execute the president's policy especially when that president is a Republican. Those are the exact things that Donald Trump says about the EU and the State Department bureaucracy. So there is a there's there's a lot of overlap between John Bolton things and what Donald Trump thinks the place where they fell out with each other and the reason for this controversy now is Moscow in Russia Russia where John Bolton is quite the Hawk and therefore wanted to make sure that Ukraine was armed to confront Russia and president trump has a much more benign view of Russia and Vladimir Putin hooton overall and so the irony here is that there's a lot of trump and John Bolton just not on this question of Ukraine Wall Street Journal Executive Washington editor Jerry. seib thank thank you so
Mueller Won't Say It, but Trump Clearly Obstructed Justice
"Just moments away from round two former special counsel Robert Muller taking questions from lawmakers this time on the intelligence committee we are just moments away from that committee hearing to convene on with a K. G. as Ron Owens cages John Ross manning KGO as Pat Thurston and I wanted to bring up something before we go back to the committee obstruction of justice and the argument by some that well he wasn't successful so it's not a crime zero that was clearly laid out you know I'm all or answering yeah opposite that obstruction of justice is still a crime even after he was unsuccessful let me point out the Republicans keep raising this issue of underlying crime Richard Nixon did not order order the Watergate break in Richard Nixon ultimately fell because of a cover up of the argument that is being made as the president attempted to obstruct and cover up by the way a Dorian just sent me an email I feel I'm very informed I haven't missed a beat about trump I just hope the next election legitimately removes them I would prefer impeachment talk about a guy in the middle there it is the way I saw the it just south of the Hank Johnson from fifteen hundred on each side yeah the problems have been like Barry Goldwater said you know carpet off letter flowed out of the ocean yeah as to what Pat thirst and said earlier you don't you said you're more interested in hearing the questioning from the intelligence committee because they're going to focus on the Russia meddling which is important and multi even stated that was the most important thing that Americans the smaller all hearing give the reason yeah right well I is that the reason well this afternoon yeah I will be put on the spot and I think that one of the the reason that I want this more so we've talked a lot and I think the American people have been exposed a lot to the questions about obstruction although witness tampering with something that Miller also said occurred but the the rush investigation people just passed through the first part of this because there wasn't he did state that he there was insufficient evidence to prove a criminal conspiracy there was so much more there there's so much in there about the actual collusion the cooperation that was taking place the soliciting of information that was coming from the trump campaign there was so much in there and it didn't in his in his opinion rise to the level of a criminal conspiracy for which he could be charged but there's an awful lot in there that would indicate it either to my mind on ethical behavior corrupt behavior of behavior that was certainly collusion even if it didn't rise to that level and so I'm anxious for them to get that information out so that the American public here's an interesting you say that because it was inconclusive as you said but then the but then on the second part of the mall the report it really zeros in on the it was not structured as Jolla's so this seems like there's more there because it was more complicated it was mainly in lab so that whether it succeeds or not that's ridiculous I mean if up obstruction of justice is what you do if you want to file for impeachment the question of whether the Russians coopted the election influence the election is a critical question and I want to remind you the president of the United States to this day denies that the Russians influence the election and the president was asked if he trusted of the word of Latimer putting or American intelligence agencies and I also want to remind you that there is an active report this morning that Dan coats who is the DCI may be removed and who was the president consulting with on that but Devin newness so there's a lot there are a lot of layers former Republican has that's right there are a lot of layers here now but all right people need to keep their eye on one ball the Russians interfered in the American election there is no question about that even in addition to that John it's that the Russian interference would not have possibly been as extensive or as successful as it was without the cooperation of the trump campaign format once approached right once approached you know had day immediately gone to the FBI some of these efforts could have been thwarted some of this information could potentially have been made public the American people could have been aware so this I think also goes to a potential impeachment are they load are they starting to get in yeah Adam shooter yeah Schiff is taking his seat I thought it was interesting congressman Tom McClintock from the Sacramento area had an interesting way to sum up Muller's report and I want to play that for you here although weak up not you can't put it up okay never I was gonna try and play for my own computer and that's not going to be working but I talked about that Robert Muller ringing the doorbell and then dropping his report on fire and running away so I thought it was a great way to describe it no matter what side you're on yeah I know it's it's to the biggest of the four hundred plus pages into that run on hers needs to do something right exactly and that's coming from a Republican and it's it's really important to realize that fact now I'm looking at the at the screen and we're going to bring you the sound but Adam Schiff is about to call together the Senate of the house intelligence committee and this will focus on the question of collusion cooperation Russian interference in the election and I will be fascinated by how the president tweets in response to what we are going to hear over the next several hours it is going to be an awful lot that he's not going to answer in this regard to because in addition to the Russians there were a number of other people who were not indicted and so those are individuals that the justice department has told him he should not be talking about including you know the don junior and I can't remove us but there are other people who are Erik Hicks was brought up in the last one though when he responded to that request just last week hope picks was subpoenaed refused to comply with a subpoena right because she lied well but whatever the reason the president extended executive what he it's not exactly a privilege she center it's some new myth right about executive authority to prevent her from testifying yes and let me tell you the committee was not happy about that the Democrats anyway well what if thirty four I think was a thirty four Russians that were indicted I'm not more than two dozen what yeah thirty by two thousand thirty six thirty seven I mean yeah thirty seven seven entitled and from big did more than two dozen indicted Russian right you know no matter what the Russians are going to interfere with this next election to I'm sure they already on that what what we didn't hear they call John show every night signal right it just goes all the way to Russia what we didn't hear it was the voice of errands that plea is the assistant special counseling you may this afternoon because I believe that he is going to be sworn beings at least that's the anywhere but wasn't enough for I was hearing this wasn't that Miller may yes trump is really mad about that that was one of the things he also tweeted about was the fact that they were going to allow him to even be in the hearing he said it was never agreed that Robert Muller could use one never Trumper lawyers help with his answers Donald Trump has no right at all talking about agreement but he says it was specifically not agree to and I would never have agreed to it wasn't matter what he says why I think he needs to agree to it because the president of the United States this president of United States seems to have an over inflated view of the power of the president and certainly when you consider three co equal branch of government as angry as the president may be at the Congress and the judiciary he can't interfere it's interesting that what was not gotten into Israeli why Mahler didn't somehow insist that he get the testimony from a president trump himself right nobody asked why did why I mean that resonate very basic question right now and I think he would have said no but I'd like to get that he wouldn't answer but I would like to get that on the red white that may still be asked let me remind you the fundamental question the subpoena was the meeting in trump tower which goes to the heart of what we're going to do in the Senate and the house intelligence committee so that may yet come up in short we are going to be riveted for the next two hours plus to the testimony before the house intelligence were you guys surprised that the Republicans are using as an argument the fact that Muller could not indict a sitting president as department of justice policy in kind of twisting that into an argument that he didn't do his job let's hear from congressman Jim Jordan who try to contrast the charging decisions between members of the campaign and the president charge regains for false statements you charge Paul metaphor for false statements charge Michael Cullen with false statements you charge Michael Flynn a three star general was false statements but the guy who puts the countries to this whole saga starts at all for three years we live this now he lies and you guys don't charge and I'm curious as to why well I can't get into it and and it's obvious I think if we can't get into charging decisions that wasn't about trump if I'm pretty sure is that was not about Donald Trump that was about that professor who he who he asserted Jordan asserted was the beginning of all of this that it was the professor who gave the information about the top the list who then relayed the information right to the an Australian yeah so it wasn't about that but they did that was it did seem to be part of their strategy that they would twist the idea of the LC a memo that would not that Muller cited that would not allow him to indict and you know John I don't know if we have time for this but you know I've talked about this extensively that LC memo really is not a it's not to the constitution it's not the law and it's not just a policy just says that the president cannot be indicted it doesn't say in the about when it's not I don't know if it's not finding do you understand I I can make the argument I it's an LLC opinions about any informed playing which which the Attorney General watered enforced both Attorney General spot one of error the deputy Attorney General Mister Reznor signed it and so that's the problem it was an impediment which well I think is wrong I think it's wrong in law I do too John I do too and and you know I think when you look at what happened with the Bill Clinton and the independent counsel there's a Ken Starr he certainly did divide by that understand if you read Lee on shore skis book which is well worth reading he talks about why he did what he did and then remember that during the Clinton scandal in in two thousand actually the justice department simply reinforce reinforce that but let me also point out that two days before he left office Bill Clinton admitted that he obstructed justice that he'd committed perjury and his fine if you will was that he was disbarred in Arkansas disbarred before the Supreme Court had to pay Paula jones' legal expenses and he did it Bill Clinton did it because he was told if he didn't the minute he left the inaugural platform he would be indicted so for Bill Clinton it was a matter of of saving his frankly thank god that they'll bring up hope picks again in this discussion because the whole thing about hope Hicks was because she was involved in these emails that were related to the trump tower midday cations Miller is coming in a lot less so okay gotcha yeah we we are yeah just about to begin the second hearing with Robert Muller just moments away Robert Muller has just walked into the committee hearing room for the house intelligence committee Adam Schiff will swear him in and I will be followed by analysis with KGO is John Robb and Pat thirst and Ron Owens and that mark
"barry goldwater" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"Triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three. Maybe the most agonizing debate in the history of this nation. That was something else. Wow. All the candidates on the Karl Marx stage. We're trying to out marks each other and they were doing a great job of it. Yeah. They really were it was. It was inspirational to see. I'm sure that Frederick Ingles would have been proud. And so. My hat's off to them. My hat's off to them if they were all battling for supremacy in the communist party said while nice job. You guys were great. It was great. Exactly. This is almost like a debate to be the premier of Russia or something. It is man. Yeah. It is crazy to listen to these people Gary time right now frightening any of them win. We're in real trouble. I mean this, I thought so with, with Obama and he did take the country in down a an ugly path. He really did and took us to ObamaCare started to make all of this Marxism in vogue. These candidates are taking us to the next level. So berry, Obama. Now the Barry Goldwater of the democratic. Yes. Seriously? Is how far we've come in just a couple of years. If we thought Obama was a Marxist holy cow. These these candidates are. At least he had a mask on half the time. Yeah. These guys are just like whatever we're going for a socialist vote for me, whatever corporations are evil. Rich people are evil. All right. What I'm gonna do is take the money from them and give it to you. That's what I'm going to do. Yeah. Oh, okay. Well, so we're, we're Barack Obama was passive aggressive in his disdain for, for conservatives and for big, evil corporations. He still trying to implement policies to go after them. These guys are like, Yep. They suck. We hate them. And this is what we're going to do. Yeah, this is a frightening scenario for this country. Full-frontal communism now, full-frontal, communism. All right. Let's play some more of these. Fabulous candidates from the from the debate on the Karl Marx stage last night, here, civilian helium credit Castro on. Abortion trans abortion. This is. Oh. Listen to this. Castro this one for you. All of you on stage support a woman's right to an abortion, you all support. Some version of government healthcare option, would your plan cover abortion mister secretary. Yes, it would I don't believe only reproductive freedom, I believe in reproductive. Justice. Is that just because woman or let's also not forget someone in the trans community. Right. Trends. Doesn't mean they shouldn't have. Size that right to cheese. And so I would cover the right to have an abortion more than that. Everybody in this crowd, and watching it home knows that in our country today, a person's right to choose under assault in places, Alabama in Georgia point judges to the federal bench that understand the president of Roe v. Wade respective. Dishing that make sure that we fight hard as we transition system to one where everybody can get an exercise. So did you get that he's going to do a litmus test on supreme court justices? The I just told us okay. So you have to be you have to be in favor of, of holding Roe v. Wade, no matter what in order to in order to get on the supreme court in a in a hooligan Castro administration..
"barry goldwater" Discussed on WRVA
"Elmhurst is before his grandson was born could hardly have had great influence on berry. But his father who obviously affected the course of his life much more is almost ignored by all biographies on by Barry Goldwater himself. So then they go into his father's background. His brothers background. His mother's background. His wife. His son. And then they go into all these psychiatrists and psychologists who they asked for opinions about Barry Goldwater? Now, I bring you to modern times. A book that was written by bandy Lee. Among others. The dangerous case of Donald Trump twenty-seven psychiatrists and mental health experts assess a president. Why am I going through this because every conceivable tactic that has been used in the past against conservatives and Republicans and tactics that haven't been used in the past being used against this president? By the way, this is all in my new book. Unfreedom of the press. Now, this is the book. Written by bandy Lee. And I believe Judith Lewis Herman to MD's professors. And you may recall bandy actually was on CNN a lot and on MSNBC a lot and she was consulted by Democrats on the hill and one Republican Senator whose name we've never known. Soon after they right soon after the presidential election of two thousand sixteen alarmed by the apparent mental instability of the president-elect we both separately circulated letters among some of our professional colleagues expressing our concern. Most of them declined to sign a number of people admitted they were afraid of some undefined form of governmental retaliation. So quickly had climate of fear taken hold. They asked us if we were not wary of being targeted and advised us to seek legal counsel. These people are mental to begin with the already victims. This was a lesson to us and how a climate of fear can induce people to censor themselves. Others who declined to sign. Our letters of concern cited matters of principle psychiatry. We were warned should stay out of politics. Otherwise, the profession could end up being ethically compromised. This was a serious consideration in. We didn't we we we need not look beyond our own borders for examples of ethics violations. Committed by professionals became entangled in politics. But you see this was too serious. Norms and rules guy, professional conduct set standards and point to the essential principles of practice, and for these reasons physicians have the declaration of Geneva and on and on and on the Goldwater role. Now, this was a rule that was passed. By the American psychiatric association and said, you know, we cannot do this again as a profession to a candidate. While that didn't much bother MS Lee, and the others the Goldwater rule highlights the boundary. She said a practice house to prepare preserved professional integrity protects public figures from defamation. But this is too much. Assessing dangerousness is different for making a diagnosis is dependent on the situation, not the person signs of likely dangerousness due to mental disorder Trump about Trump can become apparent without a full diagnostic interview and could be detected from a distance and one is expected to earn. If at all on the side of safety when the risk of inaction is too. Great states vary in their instructions, New York. And so there explaining these different tests. But this was too much, ladies and gentlemen, the election of Trump the nation was in danger. This was too much. They could not they could not abide by the rule that was put in place. If to go water was defamed, and by the way, Barry Goldwater sued that magazine facts, and he sued Ginsburg, the writer and the publisher and he won. And he put them out of business. And he put them out of business. One of the things you'll see in my book, which is quite a journey. Is I get into this issue? I get into this book that was written for the purpose of destroying the president of the United States. You cannot say anything worse. About a person who does not have any mental illness, particularly if that person is president of the United States than they are mentally ill. Because that means during capable of doing their job this book, and this professor and these other professors, we're Golomb dawn to by the Democrats and the media to push the twenty fifth amendment. You remember that? Some of the chapters in the book by these various so-called experts unbridled an extreme present hedonism tug all about Trump. How the leader of the free world is proven time. And again, he's not fit for duty pathological narcissism and politics a lethal mix. I wrote the art of the deal with Donald Trump is self sabotage is rooted in his past Trump's trust deficit is the core problem. It's another one sisal a sociopath. Here's another one is they're all chapters in this book, not mine this book that this woman wrote Donald Trump is a bad. Be mad. See all the above. Hi, it's Jamie, progressive's employee of the month two months in a row. Leave.
"barry goldwater" Discussed on AM Joy
"I mean, this is a state that you should be winnable for a candidate like Mike Espy who by many indications is a moderate. So I think they're going to have a lot of trouble both of them because Mike Espy has kind of walked the middle of the road in this issue to he's not come out in attack her he's not come out and called her racist, despite the evidence supporting that theory, he's been very careful and his response and so two his she she's not come out and outright. Apologize. For her words. She apologize. If they spend it anybody, which is a huge difference. So I think they're both gonna have they're trying to walk a middle of the road. And I think some of that electorate is gonna want both of them the probably punch harder. Well, let's play what Mike Espy has done. In response is a campaign that the SP campaign released, and it's interesting the focus to your point to the point that you just made this is the focus of it. It's that she is Barrasso to the state of Mississippi, take a listen. How embarrassing Cindy Hyde Smith? Walmart's Hyde Smith's recent comments cleared do not reflect the values of our company now AT and T Union Pacific and other fortune five hundred companies company after company has rejected. Her divisive words, we've worked hard to overcome the stereotypes that hurt our economy and cost us jobs for words should not reflect Mississippi's values either Cindy, Hyde Smith, so embarrassing. She'd be a disaster for Mississippi. Mike Espy and approve. This message EJ I want to go to you on this. Because in one of your great book that you wrote the you you talk about the Barry Goldwater moment, and how definitive that was for Republicans in the sense that it defined them for African Americans and really sent African Americans fleeing from the party, but it also sort of taught the party the limits of how far you could go on issues of race that just coming down dead set against the Civil Rights Act was a disaster. Electorally Republicans at least at that time. Now, you have Cindy Hyde. Smith two point she's following races in Georgia and Florida where racist dog whistle worked like, they were helpful. So I wonder if the if the Republican party takes away from this mid-term election cycle. But yes, there are suburban women who now don't want anything to do with their party. But then in a sense in the in the least in these parts of the south. You can win this way. I'm afraid. That's exactly right. I mean, if you. Look at the goal. Water race, Mississippi swum hardest to the Republicans go or one overwhelmingly of because he opposed the Civil Rights Act. Remember back then it was before the Voting Rights Act. So it was a white electorate. I would love to say that Mike Espy could win this race. And to say look at what happened with Doug Jones. And maybe he can pull off something like that. The problem is Mississippi voting is more racially polarized meaning white people in Mississippi or more verse devoting democratic than almost anywhere else in twenty twelve. Barack Obama got thirty nine percent of the white vote nationwide. He got fifteen percent of the white vote. Now Obama he only got ten percent in Mississippi. So he has a big hill to climb. And I think it's true that for some voters Cindy Hyde Smith doubling down if you will on where she stands on race is going to help her when possible path for Mike s. B is younger voters in the Doug Jones race three fifths of the voters under forty five voted for Doug Jones. If there were you turn out of young people African American white, Mike Espy might have a chance, but I worried that the same old is not even a dog whistle anymore. The Bullhorn may work again in Mississippi, and we know Michelle Bernard in that Doug Jones Raith against judge Moore Moore still that sixty six percent of the votes of white women. And this is the fact that he was accused of allegedly being a predator who preyed on young girls. Right. Didn't stop two thirds of white women voters from voting for him. But to go on and the claims were absolutely credible. At that, an Mississippi Cindy, Hyde Smith has not been accused of sexual impropriety, which I would imagine most Mississippi voters might find that more more alarming rather than being equally alarming as being an out..
"barry goldwater" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Thirty five news talk eight fifty W F T L Johnson congress and this time the battle for the great society, Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty four the filibuster in those days meant, you talked and Richard Russell of Georgia headed up the eighteen other segregationist southerners, and there were six Republicans who join them Barry Goldwater was one of them to block this by talking. How what did it look like how did they conduct a Senate in this filibuster, Jillian? Well, it wasn't as dramatic or historic as you'd imagine. Not all the senators were usually there one Senator for this out, the south had a smaller team than the pro civil rights forces would make all kinds of speeches ranging from some that were just totally ridiculous examples of why civil rights was unconstitutional to more pointed and fiery debates about states rights and the threat that the government made. But sometimes there was one case where someone was literally sleeping next to the person who was doing the filibuster most of the chamber was actually empty a lot of the time unless there was a quorum call which meant that you needed fifty one members to come back to vote for the day. So you basically had a team of southerners, and at least a team of civil rights. Supporters led by Hubert Humphrey, who would be in the chamber to monitor what was going on. And in the galleries. You had religious leaders you had civil rights activists, and you had union leader. Who were literally monitoring events on the floor just to keep track of what was going on. They were called the gallery. Vultures at one point. There are a number of senators who've gone to Washington senators game. Yes. In those days. It was called the Washington senators not the nationals, and there was an announcement made all US senators. Why did they have to rush to the limousine? Julia. Because if there's not enough people in the Senate for a quorum when there's a quorum call and the day comes to an end, and that basically meant that the southerners would have time to replenish their voices and to give a new set of speeches. So at the opening day, all the senators are there Lyndon Johnson throws the opening pitch and Richard Russell, basically just trying to get under the skin of the northerners, and he has a quorum call in the middle of a game. So all the senators have to leave. But what happened was the civil rights organizations had limousine waiting for the senators and get them right back to the capital within minutes, and they make the quorum call. But this is what other ways. Which southerners constantly tried to wear down proponents of civil rights. Johnson was very busy. He was making thirty speeches across the country. He was also using the powers of the presidency. I love the the water daily made for zone, Carl Hayden. However, what it comes to public opinion. Is that what is that? What turned to Julian when the polls show that the public was against the filibuster. Yeah. I really think this was quite important. And it reminds us that all of Linden Johnson's tricks and tactics what really mattered was the way in which the civil rights movement with fundamentally changing public opinion, and related to that opinion on Capitol Hill, you have people like Everett, Dirksen, the Senate minority leader who is often called the wizard of us because it was long winded speeches who by the spring of nineteen sixty four reaching the conclusion that this Bill must pass that the time is inevitable, and that's really a a response and an effect. Of the changes in public opinion. What by civil rights activists from the Martin Luther King's to religious leaders who are constantly talking to Republicans about the need to pass this Bill. They delay the challenge until after the California primary won by Barry Goldwater, a member he's one of the senators who is against this with John tower of Texas, a Republican there are other Republicans. There are six of them against the civil rights Bill. It's mostly Democrats, but you need to overcome the filibuster in those days, you need sixty seven votes, and the Democrats dominate the the the Senate and the public opinion swings towards breaking it on the last day starting at seven thirty eight PM, there's wonderful detail here at night and speaking they'll nine fifty one AM the next morning is Robert Byrd Virginia. Right. Robert Byrd was the last speaker, Harry, burn Harry, burn. I got to get this right there. Robert Byrd of West Virginia, Robert West Virginia. And he was the final speaker. And now it's going to come to a vote. Did they know they were going to win once the fill a once? They came to cloture vote Jolyon. Yeah. Yeah. By the time, they reach the cloture vote. The Senate minority leader Everett, Dirksen, at basically reached an agreement with Hubert Humphrey, who was then the Senator in charge of the Bill and nNcholas Katzenbach who represented the administration from the Justice department, and Dirksen had already rounded up about the twenty to twenty five oats that they were going to need to end the southern filibuster. So birds speeches is a final last-gasp is to make a statement. But the administration and civil rights forces. No, this is one. So so the moment had come and they knew what the result was going to be the Bill passes cloture is as they win colo-. They have seventy one votes for that seventy one to twenty nine the Bill passes and LBJ signs of July. Second the civil rights. Act and that is the beginning of the momentum that becomes the great society. Because immediately the war on poverty is part of Johnson's energy. He wants this to happen for the election. He's running for he's running for election for the first time ever, but he has to go and convince everybody that money for education is part of fighting or the war on poverty was that a fresh idea nineteen sixty four that educating young people is a way of fighting poverty, Julian he connects to various effectively, I do think proponents of education funding in the early sixties in congress like Wayne Morris who is a well-known Senator at the time had made this case, but Johnson vary effectively thinks of packaging the two together. And part of the reason is he wanted to stress that his war on poverty was in some ways conservative his goal is to use government to give people the tools, they needed to become self sufficient, so education is a great. Way in his mind of making this case. But more importantly, he wanted to think of a way around the problem where liberals often opposed federal education proposal because urban Democrats wanted funding for parochial schools, and many other Liberal Democrats oppose this so hide it to the war on poverty was less about the buildings, and it was more about helping students get out of the case of poverty. There is a shadow that comes over nineteen sixty four it's called Vietnam and the shadow over Vietnam is the Cold War, and we now turn to the to the election campaign of nineteen sixty four Johnson Lyndon Baines Johnson of Texans versus Barry Goldwater of Arizona. And when we come back that election will give Johnston the tools in nineteen sixty five to push to push major pieces of of legislation to be greatly successful. But it will also completely Burton the country with the tragedy Vietnam. I'm John Batchelor with Julian's zealous or the book is. The fierce urgency of now Lyndon Johnson, congress and the battle for the great society. This is the John Batchelor show..
"barry goldwater" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Are they call him? They say somebody sake oil, salesmen and stuff like that. And you know, he he he's actually really smart guy. But here's the thing. And I appreciate all the background. Here's the thing the media and the left, and they are the same thing. They don't care if he had a horrific record. It wouldn't matter. He's a useful idiot, and he really is a useful idiot. So is Susan Collins. And so is Lisa Murkowski. These are useful idiots. It's unfortunate that we don't have enough useful idiots on the democrat side who from time to time really have a at a piffling and move on to the Republican side of you ever seen a democrat celebrated by the media who joins with the Republicans never ever never not one, right? Nope. Nope. He's and you don't want to say that was told me one time by Senator Barry Goldwater. I was a gold water. Did y'all Republican Barry Goldwater? No, Barry Goldwater anyway. Well, he's got me into Democratic Party. I'm actually union guy BWI right union guide, and I came up through the unions who Democrats, and he's the one that put you to the Republican party because he said, hey, we'd like you. And so, but he told me one point point in our in our country country's future future teacher. You're going to see a division. So great. It's good leads or revolution of this country. And I think we're at that point. I think we're not there. We're certainly close on the left is pushing us into this. Their their race baiting of their their attacks on fundamental institutions there discrediting individuals, regardless of due process, regardless of proof, it's becoming commonplace now. And of course, they have the media as their mouthpiece. Thank you for your call, buddy. Excellent call. I appreciate it. All right, ladies and gentlemen. I hope you've enjoyed the program..
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"barry goldwater" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Wanna do you do what you wanna do so I think in my view can you can. Cut away all this crap about what he really wanted he ended up with Sarah Palin because he wasn't strong enough to stand up against her and. I will tell you I was at that convention in Minneapolis Minnesota and I will tell you Sarah Palin rocked that, convention unlike anything I had seen since Barry Goldwater she walked it and at that particular time John McCain. Has a presidential candidate was aboard Factory Radio. KLBJ I'm Robert Wood topping Austin's, news general Austin Miller is assumed command of the forty one nation NATO mission in. Afghanistan he says he's looking forward to getting started and getting reacquainted with the Afghan partners I understand the. Reason we're fighting I know why we're here to export more murder attack takes his legislative panel looking at legal immigration was told by the hand of. The border patrol union at, the problem is just getting worse a west Texas man, has been fatally shot in a father and son face murder, charges over what police. Are calling a neighborhood dispute about trash Abilene police chief stand standard. Says police. Responded to calls about shots fired, and located. Thirty-seven-year-old Aaron Howard who died later in a hospital KLBJ radar weather watch. Mid seventies overnight I'm Robert would get news on demand and NewsRadio KLBJ dot com Computer execute twelve point four p. operation optimizing.
"barry goldwater" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"And. Punk rock in life it's the Chad Benson show almost. Exactly twenty years ago John McCain delivered the eulogy at Barry Goldwater funeral that other great legendary Aaron who America holds. Dear in its heart Barry Goldwater. Was born in Arizona, John McCain was Aaron. Jonas favorite adopted son so John McCain starts his literally his final journey at it took us to. The state capital today Brazil to Psotino KTAR news. Reporter is with. Us you're down, there first of all. The time down there I was there very early actually at around eight in the morning are we had the press had to get in. There by around nine so I wanted to be sure that I got in on time and and and and describe where you were compared to where, because you got there. He wasn't there yet obviously he. Was making his way so the, press is all there whether people outside already. Lined, up, and waiting yeah actually Maybe a couple dozen people were. Already, there And then so the. Prescott led inside and. We had to stay we had a choice we could either stay inside a press room or actually be on. The third floor looking down at the rotunda so I chose to be on the third floor to be able to see everybody and and. Be able to look down at. The rotunda it was such an inspiring visual so here you have Senator John McCain, inside this cascade covered in the American flag and he's. Laying in the middle of the, state seal so it was. Just a very, very inspiring visual to see so you see, all these people start to, come and obviously then you've got. The entire you know the procession shows up you have all the first responders and everybody out there and, and, and then. It's brought in in Sydney McCain and everything what? Was that like when he first would it I arrived there and you're watching people because you're seeing all these, people out mooring of of people, who were you know who who loved John McCain and some people who may not have? Always agreed with them but respected him for what he did yeah very diverse crowd that's for sure you know, people from all walks of life You know you, had the, dignitary so you had governor Doug Ducey former governor Janet Napolitano former governor Jan brewer so it, wasn't just Republicans there, was a mixture, of rep up Republicans Democrats and then also you know just his closest friends and obviously his family. And, just seeing his. Family there at. Times it, they did get emotional specially Megan Yeah she was sobbing a few times especially in the beginning beginning and then also when she went to say her goodbyes and to touch the. Casket she got pretty emotional then as? Well so after all of that happens we're talking to her? Casilda Psotino, our news reporter KTAR. So who's down there today at, the rotunda, and the state capital, as they. Brought John McCain's body and. Is it will now lay in state for for, the next coming, days would, win that started to happen when did the people start filing it and was there a ton, of people out there, by them To go the. Public yeah so we. Were the private ceremony was, about thirty minutes long it ended around little. After ten thirty the people were allowed to start going inside to pay their respects around too so it was a while, before anybody from the public was allowed, inside? But one, of the neat things that. Happened is that us meet the media, we were. Able, to actually go inside to the, first floor where where the. Casket was and to pay our respects the we were able to actually touch the, casket one by one each reporter got. A few seconds to you know, to stand there some people were bowing others were touching. The casket and I got to do that as well and it was just something that I did not exposures they you didn't expect any of you were there because you know we forget you guys are human. Beings right you know you guys are? Completely unbiased you don't give your opinions or anything real journalists And but you're also human beings and he represents, you've saw many times to the halls, here? And and, what not obviously be on. A MAC and Gaydos on numerous occasions. And and Was it weird because you weren't part of the Mary media but at the same time you're, a human being and you. Know you dip expect that yeah I did an expected and one of the things that I made. A realization right after I got to touch the casket I realized wait a, minute this is the same place where a, few years ago I was able to interview Senator John McCain I. Was working on a story about his outreach to letting os and You know I was interviewing him and and, he he you know obviously, he was still alive and, I'll always, made himself open to reporters and so when I was leaving the, rotunda I made that. Realization and I said wow now I'm here again but this, time I'm paying my respects and so that was that was an emotional moment for me? So, how do you think. He's going to be remembered by the Latino community because with all of the infighting and obviously between, Trump and him and all. Of this stuff and we're a border state and of course you know we we this is something. Here that we were more concerned here than say people in North Dakota Because we are a border state. How would you think he's going to be remembered among the Latino. Community I actually, interviewed, someone about that yesterday. Tommy Espinosa who's a close friend to. Senator John McCain he's going to be speaking tomorrow at another. Ceremony and I asked him that question and and he said you know for? The most part the Latino community respected Senator John McCain the Latino community didn't always agree with, everything he he said and. Did but for the most, part of, there was that respect for when it comes to immigration when he, was running for president The second time, around he, did take a little, more hardline stance on immigration and that, didn't sit well with Latinos but then he you, know a few a. Few years later he was part of the gang of eight which wrote that comprehensive immigration reform with a path through citizenship For undocumented immigrants and so then so at that time the Latino community came back. And supported him so I would say it was a mixture but for the most. Part the Latino community does respect Senator, McCain talking to Zelda Psotino KTAR news reporter. Last question here how, long are you going to be in the states. Capitol before he, starts his journey? To DC so. He's going, to be at, the, state capital, today for a, couple more hours, and then after that. He's going to there's going to be a church ceremony tomorrow and then on. Friday he's going to be flown out to Washington DC it is a, you know what you don't realize you know us being here obviously John McCain how big is but you know doing my national show. Let me tell you something the outpouring of love and what a giant man he was on, a nationwide level, that I, don't think people really understand and. And I think people here are starting to, understand a little bit more and we have a little bit Different takes. Because I hear, it all the? Time from people. But nationwide the respect that, I, think people, had a and, and how big, of a man he. Was as far as not only political but just him as a personality I. Think people are starting to realize that Griselda zetino thank you so very, much at Chadbensonshow is your Twitter c. h. a. b. e. n. s. o. n. is KTAR Arizona's news station The. Monsoon.
"barry goldwater" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Five years in nineteen eighty six he won. The Senate seat vacated by Barry Goldwater he made a failed bid for the two thousand Republican. Presidential nomination losing to George, W Bush but in two, thousand eight he clinched his party's nod but lost to Barack Obama in November, and went back to the US Senate tell the Tribune. Not just verbal Senator Chuck Schumer already beginning plans now to rename, a Senate office, building after Senator McCain nothing replaces memory but I will be introducing a resolution into the Senate. Renamed the Russell building after John, McCain so they. Future generations work, there Future generations throughout America remember President Trump tweeting out, of brief treat. Tribute earlier, my deepest sympathies he says, in his tweet and respect go out to the, family of, Senator John McCain our hearts and our prayers are with. You Wins news time nine oh six now the ten ten wins AccuWeather forecast today, sunny partly cloudy, and more humid high, near eighty three. Mostly clear muggy tonight low seventy two tomorrow hot the humidity increases we've got. Hazy sunshine high. Around ninety as you head back to, work tomorrow Tuesday and Wednesday hot still humid sunshine, sticky to, highs both days of ninety two Police are hoping. You can help identify a woman whose remains were found in trash bags, in Bronx Park City. Parks department worker made. The disturbing. Discovery yesterday and Cortana park now the NYPD. Has a released released a sketch of the woman they. Describe as light skinned Hispanic between twenty and thirty. Years old she. Was about five feet tall weighed about one hundred seventy five pounds and of, course you can, see the sketch on, our website at. Ten ten wins dot com Cops continue to search for the shooter from yesterday's deadly exchange of. Gunfire outside of Harlem housing, projects group of kids just hanging out at the Carver. Houses, on one hundred and fourth street before the summer ends then. Shots rang out killing one teen and wounding two others thirty year. Old Dorothy Neal says her nineteen year old brother took a bullet to. The chest and died moments later one of the wounded the NYPD suspects, was a gang.
John McCain: Vietnam veteran and six-term senator dies at 81
"John McCain the military hero who had a long career as a maverick Republican, Senator has died he was eighty one fellow Arizona Senator Jeff. Flake on, how McCain was, a fight or not only in life but. On the Senate. Floor to. His willingness to stand alone To be an. Independent voice was, just unmatched Peter mayor who covered the Arizona lawmaker for CBS news recalls a resilient politician John. McCain obviously relished, his maverick. Image, and frankly he became a favorite of. Many reporters often talking to them nonstop and on the record on the straight talk. Express campaign, buzz in his two thousand. Presidential run he. Was also a party man. But he couldn't bring himself to vote for Donald Trump in. Two thousand sixteen at one point, he said, he'd right, in the name of his buddy Senator Lindsey Graham in fact McCain made it no. That he did not, want the, president to attend his funeral he did request but both George W Bush and, Barack Obama deliver
"barry goldwater" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Heels a little bit maybe we can do a better way but instead that hasn't happened has it instead what's happened is number one they pretend that trump invented this climate they pretend as though everything was beautiful and roses and unicorns they pretend as though they didn't create an ad against barry goldwater in nineteen sixty four with a little girl looking at a daisy suggesting that if you voted for goldwater that little girl would be annihilated by hydrogen bomb they pretend as though they didn't amp the rhetoric up that they didn't create the climate against republicans and conservatives that suggested that we were the warmongering nazi anti woman antigay antiislam anti everything kind of white supremacists that they've called us for the last several before my entire adult life my entire life they pretend that trump invented all of that and now they need to respond trump created this hostile horrible climate so now we needs to responding kind that's what's happened and you know what and you know what's going to happen next we're going to turn back around and say oh yeah well how about this and then they'll say well how about that and then it goes and then where are we where does it end so what do you do what do you do for yourself and for your family sometimes because of how it might affect my family.
"barry goldwater" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"Thank you god bless you and your family that says senator john mccain senior senator of arizona reacting to the emotional speech very nervous speech it appeared by senator jeff flake a big moment for for him up by the way he might of when he was telling the duty and honor and conscience he might have also mentioned conservatism a jeff flake has been ever since he came to washington one of the most conservative voices in the us senate he has a lifetime american conservative union rating of ninety three percent unlikely like senator mccain he voted four repeal and replace every time he has voted with the president on virtually everything where there's been occasion to vote because he has been a loyal and very conservative republican what he has done is spoken out forcefully he wrote a book we had him on the air to talk about his bookable called the conscience of a conservative reflecting a title used by another arizona senator barry goldwater whose seat jeff flake hopes in any event it's an emotional moment and it raises a question what is going to happen with this election and the democrats i'm sure licking their chomps in saying look with the terribly bitter feud between bob corker who said horrible things about the president a far far worse thing jeff flake has said and bob corker sniping the president the president's sniping bank had bob corker with both corker and flake leaving the senate uh the democrat suddenly or feeling confident should they absolutely not leave should take a look at the difficulty they have raising any money for their candidates which indicate of how desperate the party is they also are trying for impeachment which is ridiculous idea and will lead them to a call to sack they've also planned a mass scream in as a means of protest we'll get to that and your calls coming up one eight hundred nine five five seven gene 76 michael medved show eleven seventy the answer casey beat you.
"barry goldwater" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Nova good journalism fellowship program near produced firing line for very long time his book is skirmishes so we're just kind of having some intellectual fun here because i have read the book i will and i am ready yet as kind of asked you what bill buckley would've thought about donald trump at neil actually i'm interested in what you think of donald trump well i i supported him i think he he was my uh seven two choice republican uh but once it became a binary choice between him and hillary i i had no problems supporting trump i think uh i think we're at a really interesting moment just as barry goldwater was indispensable at the big beginning of the conservative clarke uh think of goldwater as boisterous adolescence i think you go through the full flowering of maturity with reagan under the tutelage of uh of buckley you then wobble through the bush forty three by the time we get the pro p breaks all the furniture two justices goldwater head of all all of the intellectual furniture what what he does what trump does is reveal the weakness in the conservative coalition what goldwater it done at the outset of the conservative cycle was to reveal the weaknesses the structural prov blooms in the liberal coalition and and so i think uh it behooves all of us to figure out how we fashioned the post trump uh era so that it conducive and end up lifts conservative values and the huge you're in the sweet spot larry because you know fusion has amassed three legs on the stool strong national defence uh traditional values free market economy.
"barry goldwater" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Proxy war in syria and hillary clinton promised them this that'll walk donald trump and guess what he'd like to try to negotiate preferred day todd over over thermonuclear war you know allusions about the russians who are really the problem here about he you'd like to try his hand it diplomacy and pieces of postwar therefore we have to make up this ridiculous narrative about russia to discredit it that's what they're really upset about he's not soft on russia you'd like to negotiate before we start lobbying bombs vets uh uh you know i think that's noble but not to the neocon they they like war they want it now uh it it it's really extraordinary tree worst mccarthyism if you're not for war with syria while you must be a traitor to your credit for you know i i had relatives mowed down by soviet tanks in budapest in nineteen fifty six i got into power because of the anticommunism barry goldwater while reagan to confuse me of being a bed with the russians is starting in so i ate their system and everything about it but i'm not for war if we can have peace under some reasonable terms what when and that's where where ronald reagan was an he didn't believe in it in these infrequent military incursions interventions it was peace through strength renew the american economy and would be stronger and more powerful on the world stage and asserting america's interest when necessary because the people back home would be happier that was the whole point like peace through strength strength at home of course we need a strong military but now it's all reversed well and and in the meantime even i think more seriously there is a foreign power that is deeply involved in our presidential campaign whose officials are or without dispute meeting with john podesta meeting with the clinton campaign uh and that of course you crave ukraine that is now selling missile technology to north korea though ukrainian uh but we don't see any investigation of that we don't see a a a broad examination of that lease straight ahead in the investigative reporter is done extraordinary work demonstrating have ukrainians were tried to intervene in our election intellect hillary um i n no no is rewarding now is reportedly is nobody else it get it gets very little pick up uh in.
"barry goldwater" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"A a a real pleasure and by the way i enjoyed reading every page of your book are you a good idea even some of those pages led i disagreed with an and and found challenging now lemme lemme first go to the fact people say conscience of a conservative i read that book before and that's by barry goldwater right that's purely coincidence right that echo idea now i i've in arizona i occupier feat that barry goldwater added attackers or senator mccain i view because he he helpful effort guide and the fed at but a nineteen creek ekfeldt conservative republican party has been compromised by them who theo and he felt kirk no blueprint neither could be put out there for what a conservative believe that's when he wrote the conscience for the conservative and i go there were fifty six fifty seven years later and i i feel that the conservative movement has been compromised now by different forces and so i thought at her the write a book and at a good at an army a could barry goldwater and you you say title you say in in in the book that you at times ask yourself what would barry goldwater do yeah what would barry goldwater do right now well i i think we're at cricket question there at one was what would you do about her a country that knoller five gets out of trade deal turns its back on free trade or what about a country that occur were leader that was nice things about their creator and and what a country that countenance who their behavior and decorum or lack of decorum but i think would have made assault blush just a few years ago i i think that certain things that the frozen under turner certainly conservative great supreme court justice could could pick on the court uh but some of the behavior and and demeanor and policies are profoundly on conservative let let me read for folks a passage from your book and we've posted on our website it's a cold conscience of a conservative a rejection of destructive politics and a return to principle the author is one of the most conservative members of the united states senate somebody i looked it up who has a lifetime american conservative union ray aiding of 93 he has a.
"barry goldwater" Discussed on WTMA
"The great barry goldwater of whom i was always a great fan myself jeff flake is a liberal he's got an f raiding a conservative review on the liberty score f he's under a sixty percent here's a book out called conscience have a conservative i think it's a great title cutchet's of a concern the problem is already been written barry goldwater is great book conscience of a conservative britain by brent bozo's father ghostwritten by brembos us father william buckley's brotherinlaw conscience of a conservative so here we have flake who takes the title of the book conscience of a conservative the cover the book which is not identical but very close to the original cover of conscience of a conservative slaps his own meaningless imbecilic arguments inside the cover of a book called conscience of a conservative to justify his liberal sell out agenda and so many people in arizona not the listeners to this program rep people are really engaged with many people that oh jeff flake is grady said conservative look at that like barry goldwater it's not true jeff flake is saying he's a liberal really not a moderate susan rice isn't a moderate lisa mccaskeys not a moderate these people support massive spending open borders obama care and all its form really it's not a moderate that's a liberal all right i've rain at long enough we'll be right back month over him twelve fifty wtma a big talker wtma restoring salmon herring runs i'm bob hershon and this is science up days the springtime migration of millions of salmon herring and other fish upstream to spun has all but ended in many parts of the northeastern us mostly because of the construction of thousands of dams in the journal bioscience fisheries biologists steven maddox and his colleagues at umass amherst document the new nearly four hundred year history of dams how they blocked fish runs unchanged entire ecosystems or you're looking at it with your finger day on the waterfall in a parliamentary tears during below merck little cracked the damp have are not disperse what other order from in really spread much further than the one that you're working on the other.
"barry goldwater" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio
"Com news radio levin twenty km the end of the bar on the march the employer is on those on alex joins the gcc in radio network the next twenty minutes herself former congressman medical doctor really the granddaddy of the whole modern nationalist reawakening movement ron paul is our guest at all over the world the libertarian constitutional reawakening of barry goldwater and then right through to round reagan to a certain extent and that of course ron paul has been has been absolutely amazing thought such such an exciting time to be alive so ron paul is is is down as how taxes there's a big thunderstorm coming in their power just went out so as soon as they're able to reconnect we will do that with them they were literally like about the come on live whether soon they said bummer storm overhead and then the not the power out so looks like imperial trips i have entered the base but we will we will try to get back up with the former congressman here in a moment to talk about the big picture and what's happening around the country and around the world abbott look at this look at this headline journalism ob under trump collapses in europe following terror and migrant invasion and i was back in the point that there are seven unvetted nations that have failed governments and somalia has it had a real government decades hich beyond something out of this topic shy fire road warrior films and every day or two as somali stab somebody in europe with the us or canada or attach somebody because they're not a burqa or beach somebody up because they're drinking beer or there's a new case of a woman walking their dogs breitbart as article and then she gets attacked because they said the dogs are unclean actually once walk in my dog in a park but i was in college in a muslim coverage that dogs run cleanup thought it was a joke there is dog walker hospitalized better attacked by somalian migrant who shed dogs are unclean show every time i report on somalis attacking people and not being integrated into our society i'm going to play the clip the.
"barry goldwater" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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