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Has America Become a Country of Cowardice?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:47 min | 1 d ago

Has America Become a Country of Cowardice?

"Here, reading to you from Barry Weiss about what is happening in this country. The we got here because of cowardice we get out with courage. And she gives examples here. People fired. The Vermont school principal fired because she said she supports black lives, but not the organization Black Lives Matter. Black Lives Matter is a hate organization. If you support it, you support hatred in this country. Undiluted, left wing, Marxist hatred. Okay, period. Everybody knows that. No, not everybody. Most people know that. Most people know much of what the left stands for is a lie. But you can't say it. I say it. Just as I say that it is better to have natural immunity than to get a vaccine. I've never said people shouldn't get a vaccine and lied about. I was lied about in The Washington Post in the CNN play for you to see and then way of Chris Cuomo's way of distorting what I said. Lying on CNN comes so naturally that I don't even believe they're aware of the fact that they lie. And I will play it for you. This is what this is what we have entered. So she gives example another one of the Hispanic utility worker in San Diego fired because somebody said made a white supremacist hand gesture. He was in fact cracking his knuckles out of his car window. You're guilty. If one person on the left says you're guilty. In this ideology she continues Barry Weiss. The quality of opportunity is replaced with equality of outcome as a measure of fairness. If every one doesn't finish the race at the same time the course must have been defective. Thus the argument to get rid of the SAT. Or the admissions test for public schools like stuyvesant in New York or Lowell in San Francisco. In this ideology you are guilty for the sins of your fathers. In other words, you are not you. You are only a mere avatar of your race or your religion or your class.

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Bari Weiss Is the Type of Democrat That Used to Exist in America

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:11 min | 2 d ago

Bari Weiss Is the Type of Democrat That Used to Exist in America

"Are the people on television at all ever self aware at the damage they're doing to American society will Barry Weiss is one of the few that deserves to be platformed. Again, I don't agree with her on everything. In fact, I'm sure that if we have different views on abortion, in different views on transgender stuff. In different views on I don't know, pick your certain issue. I'm sure that I'm much more strict on immigration than she is. Whatever. But she believes in something that will help keep this country alive for the time being. She believes in something virtuous. Freedom of speech dialog differences of opinion. Individual initiative, she believes in liberty. Barry wise is the type of Democrat that used to exist in this country. Very wise is the type of Democrat that used to say, you know what I agree to disagree. You might have a difference of opinion, but I'll still allow you to speak. She is different than Brian's Brian stelter, who's the type of leftist that we're gonna have to encounter ten at University of Vermont, where at University of Vermont, they say, oh, we disagree with you. Therefore we want to shut you up. Barry Weiss would say, I disagree with Charlie. Let's see what he has to say. It's a completely different approach.

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"barry weiss" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

05:45 min | 2 d ago

"barry weiss" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Charlie. Barry Weiss That is that goes without saying a lot of you say of course. But even just saying that the world has gone mad, is now a controversial statement according to CNN. Barry Weiss is a former New York Times reporter. She's smart. She's tough. She has a really good sub stack. If you don't know what substack is, it's a rather interesting decentralized platform is that one way to put it where you kind of get people you can kind of get what they're saying as they say it and support them. I got her emails. I don't agree with everything she says. She kind of strikes me as kind of an old school moderate liberal, but she's really courageous, and she speaks about issues that matter and she now has a new article that has come out this last week that is making the rounds. I want to read from it. Where she wrote about how the whole world has gone woke and has lost their minds and she says, why are moms like me being called domestic terrorists? She reposted this article from Maude meran. She says this, quote, she quotes, I am a mother of four a criminal defense attorney and a lifelong liberal who is deeply concerned about the direction of New York City public schools. I've been outspoken about my views, along with an untold number of frustrated parents. For that, the FBI is considering using the Patriot Act against me. Let me explain. Last month national schoolboard association and umbrella organization representing thousands, thousands of local elected school board officials, sent a letter to President Biden. The letter in poured The White House to enlist support of Homeland Security FBI Department of Justice to investigate the threat adding that the alleged crimes fall under the purview of the Patriot Act in regards to domestic terrorism. Barry Weiss has covered a variety of different issues from why people are suing UCLA for not wanting discriminating against their students and she's kind of getting a reputation as a former New York Times reporter as someone who's actually willing to tell the truth. Someone who is willing to speak clearly and courageously. So she went on CNN this weekend at the low rating not well watched show hosted by Brian stelter, and at this very west have a new book out. Is that right? Does she have a new book out? So this is a two minute clip. I want to listen to the whole clip. So Brian stelter, asbury wise kind of like, oh, Barry wise, you say the world has gone mad. Why do you say the world has gone mad and she owns stelter to his face. Very Weiss. Is able to say so clearly, here's why the world has gone mad. Why are you not doing anything about it? And then he challenges his, oh, well, it's not like you're not allowed to say those things. Play Barry Weiss, some of the most beautiful two minutes on television of CNN being called out to their face. By the way, this is a moderate liberal. She is not a conservative, she's not a leftist, this is someone who's on the center left who worked for The New York Times. Listen. You write, there are tens of millions of Americans who aren't on the hard left or the hard right who feel the world has gone mad. So in what ways has the world gone bad? Well, you know, when you have the chief reporter on the beat of COVID for The New York Times, talking about how questioning or pursuing the question of the lab leak is racist, the world has gone mad. When you're not able to say out loud and in public that there are differences between men and women, the world has gone mad. When we're not allowed to acknowledge that rioting is rioting and it is bad. And that silence is not violence, but violence is violence, the world has gone mad. When we're not able to say that Hunter Biden's laptop is a story worth pursuing the world has gone that, when in the name of progress, young school children as young as kindergarten are being separated in public schools because of their race. And that is called progress rather than segregation, the world has gone mad. There are dozens of examples that I could share with you in which you often say you say a lot of knows this. And you say we're not allowed to lose the people stopping the conversation. Who are they? People let work at networks, frankly, like the one I'm speaking on right now who try and claim that, you know, it was racist to investigate the lab leak theory. It was. But I'm just saying, when you say a loud, I just think it's a provocative thing to say, you say, you say, we're not allowed to talk about these things. But they're all over the Internet. I can Google them. Everywhere. I've heard about every story you mentioned. So I'm just suggesting, of course, people are allowed to cover whatever they want to cover. But you and I both know and it would be delusional to claim otherwise that touching your finger to an increasing number of subjects that have been deemed third rail by the mainstream institutions and increasingly by some of the tech companies will lead to reputational damage, perhaps you losing your job. Your children sometimes being demonized as well. And so what happens is a kind of internal self censorship. This is something that I saw over and over again when I was at The New York Times. And that two minutes of some of the most important television for all of you that are listening to this will post this a Charlie Kirk dot com and we'll repost it on the Charlie Kirk show podcast page throughout what we are doing. Charlie Kirk show podcast. Why is that some of the most important piece of television? Because here you have a moderate liberal against a propagandist Brian stelter who's never had an original thought in his life. He just toast the party line. Does what he's told says what he needs to say is give him a script. He says it,.

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Bari Weiss Quit the New York Times, But Hasn't Drifted Into Obscurity

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:06 min | 2 d ago

Bari Weiss Quit the New York Times, But Hasn't Drifted Into Obscurity

"Barry Weiss That is that goes without saying a lot of you say of course. But even just saying that the world has gone mad, is now a controversial statement according to CNN. Barry Weiss is a former New York Times reporter. She's smart. She's tough. She has a really good sub stack. If you don't know what substack is, it's a rather interesting decentralized platform is that one way to put it where you kind of get people you can kind of get what they're saying as they say it and support them. I got her emails. I don't agree with everything she says. She kind of strikes me as kind of an old school moderate liberal, but she's really courageous, and she speaks about issues that matter and she now has a new article that has come out this last week that is making the rounds. I want to read from it. Where she wrote about how the whole world has gone woke and has lost their minds and she says, why are moms like me being called domestic terrorists? She reposted this article from Maude meran. She says this, quote, she quotes, I am a mother of four a criminal defense attorney and a lifelong liberal who is deeply concerned about the direction of New York City public schools. I've been outspoken about my views, along with an untold number of frustrated parents. For that, the FBI is considering using the Patriot Act against me. Let me explain. Last month national schoolboard association and umbrella organization representing thousands, thousands of local elected school board officials, sent a letter to President Biden. The letter in poured The White House to enlist support of Homeland Security FBI Department of Justice to investigate the threat adding that the alleged crimes fall under the purview of the Patriot Act in regards to domestic terrorism. Barry Weiss has covered a variety of different issues from why people are suing UCLA for not wanting discriminating against their students and she's kind of getting a reputation as a former New York Times reporter as someone who's actually willing to tell the truth. Someone who is willing to speak clearly and courageously.

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"barry weiss" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:53 min | 2 d ago

"barry weiss" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"So Brian stelter, asbury wise kind of like, oh, Barry wise, you say the world has gone mad. Why do you say the world has gone mad and she owns stelter to his face. Very Weiss. Is able to say so clearly, here's why the world has gone mad. Why are you not doing anything about it? And then he challenges his, oh, well, it's not like you're not allowed to say those things. Play Barry Weiss, some of the most beautiful two minutes on television of CNN being called out to their face. By the way, this is a moderate liberal. She is not a conservative, she's not a leftist, this is someone who's on the center left who worked for The New York Times. Listen. You write, there are tens of millions of Americans who aren't on the hard left or the hard right who feel the world has gone mad. So in what ways has the world gone bad? Well, you know, when you have the chief reporter on the beat of COVID for The New York Times, talking about how questioning or pursuing the question of the lab leak is racist, the world has gone mad. When you're not able to say out loud and in public that there are differences between men and women, the world has gone mad. When we're not allowed to acknowledge that rioting is rioting and it is bad. And that silence is not violence, but violence is violence, the world has gone mad. When we're not able to say that Hunter Biden's laptop is a story worth pursuing the world has gone that, when in the name of progress, young school children as young as kindergarten are being separated in public schools because of their race. And that is called progress rather than segregation, the world has gone mad. There are dozens of examples that I could share with you in which you often say you say a lot of knows this. And you say we're not allowed to lose the people stopping the conversation. Who are they? People let work at networks, frankly, like the one I'm speaking on right now who try and claim that, you know, it was racist to investigate the lab leak theory. It was. But I'm just saying, when you say a loud, I just think it's a provocative thing to say, you say, you say, we're not allowed to talk about these things. But they're all over the Internet. I can Google them. Everywhere. I've heard about every story you mentioned. So I'm just suggesting, of course, people are allowed to cover whatever they want to cover. But you and I both know and it would be delusional to claim otherwise that touching your finger to an increasing number of subjects that have been deemed third rail by the mainstream institutions and increasingly by some of the tech companies will lead to reputational damage, perhaps you losing your job. Your children sometimes being demonized as well. And so what happens is a kind of internal self censorship. This is something that I saw over and over again when I was at The New York

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Bari Weiss Owning CNN's Brian Stelter Is 2 Minutes of Pure Television Gold

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:53 min | 2 d ago

Bari Weiss Owning CNN's Brian Stelter Is 2 Minutes of Pure Television Gold

"So Brian stelter, asbury wise kind of like, oh, Barry wise, you say the world has gone mad. Why do you say the world has gone mad and she owns stelter to his face. Very Weiss. Is able to say so clearly, here's why the world has gone mad. Why are you not doing anything about it? And then he challenges his, oh, well, it's not like you're not allowed to say those things. Play Barry Weiss, some of the most beautiful two minutes on television of CNN being called out to their face. By the way, this is a moderate liberal. She is not a conservative, she's not a leftist, this is someone who's on the center left who worked for The New York Times. Listen. You write, there are tens of millions of Americans who aren't on the hard left or the hard right who feel the world has gone mad. So in what ways has the world gone bad? Well, you know, when you have the chief reporter on the beat of COVID for The New York Times, talking about how questioning or pursuing the question of the lab leak is racist, the world has gone mad. When you're not able to say out loud and in public that there are differences between men and women, the world has gone mad. When we're not allowed to acknowledge that rioting is rioting and it is bad. And that silence is not violence, but violence is violence, the world has gone mad. When we're not able to say that Hunter Biden's laptop is a story worth pursuing the world has gone that, when in the name of progress, young school children as young as kindergarten are being separated in public schools because of their race. And that is called progress rather than segregation, the world has gone mad. There are dozens of examples that I could share with you in which you often say you say a lot of knows this. And you say we're not allowed to lose the people stopping the conversation. Who are they? People let work at networks, frankly, like the one I'm speaking on right now who try and claim that, you know, it was racist to investigate the lab leak theory. It was. But I'm just saying, when you say a loud, I just think it's a provocative thing to say, you say, you say, we're not allowed to talk about these things. But they're all over the Internet. I can Google them. Everywhere. I've heard about every story you mentioned. So I'm just suggesting, of course, people are allowed to cover whatever they want to cover. But you and I both know and it would be delusional to claim otherwise that touching your finger to an increasing number of subjects that have been deemed third rail by the mainstream institutions and increasingly by some of the tech companies will lead to reputational damage, perhaps you losing your job. Your children sometimes being demonized as well. And so what happens is a kind of internal self censorship. This is something that I saw over and over again when I was at The New York

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Bari Weiss Tells Brian Stelter How 'the World Has Gone Mad'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:30 min | 3 d ago

Bari Weiss Tells Brian Stelter How 'the World Has Gone Mad'

"The hour, want you to hear there's some pretty powerful exchange between bari. Barry Weiss, this is pretty interesting story. She was once one of The New York Times is top writers. But as registered points out, she was harassed and bullied by other employees of the highly woke New York Times. She finally resigned. And then she spilled the beans on The New York Times toxic work environment, and the complete intolerance of non left wing thought. She's not a conservative, but she just does not somebody more of an independent writer as I understand it. So listen to this exchange she had with Brian stelter over the weekend on CNN. You know, when you have the chief reporter on the beat of COVID for The New York Times talking about how questioning or pursuing the question of the lab leak is racist, the world has gone mad. When you're not able to say out loud and in public that there are differences between men and women, the world has gone mad. When we're not allowed to acknowledge that rioting is rioting and it is bad. And that silence is not violence, but violence is violence, the world has gone mad. When we're not able to say that Hunter Biden's laptop is a story worth pursuing the world has gone that, when in the name of progress, young school children, as young as kindergarten, are being separated in public schools because of their race. And that is called progress rather than segregation, the world has gone

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"barry weiss" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast

The Vance Crowe Podcast

04:21 min | 3 weeks ago

"barry weiss" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast

"So if you want to be like a quote unquote martyr like go cover warzone. I mean there are wars. That's what makes what glenn greenwald is so interesting to me. So when i first heard glenn greenwald. I was working at a radio station called casey y x and z. This is in northern california mendocino so like the people in mendocino think the people in berkeley too conservative. So they move up. I was driving to work at this community public radio station. And glenn greenwald would come on a show with democracy. Now with amy goodman. Are you familiar with like definitely left. Left left right. And then he helps out with the snowden papers like helps him get that stuff published and then at the height of the cultural like wave crashing onto society he switches teams and says my news outlet which was as always been left has been completely hijacked. We left all of our principles. And so now i'm going to the other side. What's your take on what glenn greenwald's done and is doing you don't want i think that if you zoom out because i'm always looking for not individual stories but patterns. I would say that matt if you look at. There's like almost a trio. There matt taibbi formerly of rolling stone. Barry weiss for the new york times and then greenwich glenn greenwald who all done the same thing that have all been these essentially like internal whistleblowers to say..

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Gina Carano claims she discovered she was fired from 'The Mandalorian' on social media

News, Traffic and Weather

00:32 sec | 8 months ago

Gina Carano claims she discovered she was fired from 'The Mandalorian' on social media

"Was canned last week from the show over a string of Social Media Post described as a foreign by Lucas FILM, The producer of the Disney Plus Series, and Khurana says she saw that statement for the first time when it was made public and in exchange with former New York Times columnist Barry Weiss. Chronos says she found out through social media like everyone. Else that she had been fired. She also revealed that earlier last year Lucas film Holder from the press store for season two of the man DeLorean after another post, seen by many as offensive to the transgender community, changed on Ork petition to rehire Khurana has over 40,000 signatures. Britney Spears, the hot

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"barry weiss" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:34 min | 9 months ago

"barry weiss" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Is open for business or to also lead and continues to lead on protecting the lively hoods of our people. While so many other states kept locking people down, Florida lifted people up. We believe every job is essential. You work in a restaurant, we have your back. If you are hair stylists, we protect your right to earn a living. And if you are a parent, we ensure your kids have the right. To attend school in person. Lockdowns do not work. School closures have been disastrous. Yet. Even today we see across our country businesses shuttered, lives ruined and schools closed. Indeed, in major parts of the country, students might not return to in person instruction until the fall. Florida schools are open. Every Floridian has a right to work. All businesses have a right to operate, and Florida is better for it. Well, said. There was a wonderful piece written by a woman named Barry Weiss. That appeared over the weekend. Very wise step down from the New York Times. Because she could no longer abide what they're doing there. And she wrote a piece which we've posted the blogger Michael Berry show dot com entitled 10 ways to fight back against woke culture. And it is wonderful and I'd like to go through him. A couple of them are worth expounding upon..

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"barry weiss" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"barry weiss" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"But this woman she's going Tio. She's going to experience things that she never imagined possible. Arianna Curry announcing her resignation well, resigning from NBC from MSNBC, and then putting out a letter on how the the network and the business are a cancer and And I want to get into that. I wanna give it a little bit of time because we also have this. This woman, Barry Weiss, Very wise of The New York Times, now formerly of The New York Times. She was on the Bill Maher's show on HBO, another anti Republican, anti American, radical, left wing, Angry old show, Bill Maher Pen millions of millions of dollars he gave Barack Obama a $1,000,000 to get an interview. And then he got the interview Interestingly enough, but you know you can't buy politicians are like that. But there's a very wise woman on Bill Maher the other night. I said, a couple of things that were pretty interesting that go along with what this now former NBC journalist Arianna She's gonna have to leave the business. I don't know where she thinks she's going. But now that she has written that she's going to be cancelled by all her old friends who will never speak to her again because now she's told the truth. And there is no heresy. More heretical than telling the truth about the corrupt news media. I know from personal experience. I left CNN and started telling the truth, the unvarnished truth about the news media. Quite immediately, and I've been doing it ever since. And you know, I still run into these people on the out in about in Washington, D C and, you know, I've got more friends than I have time for anyway, so I don't need I don't need these people. But I get the snarl Egan's sneering and the smugness and you know the usual stuff. It makes me happy. Actually, it reaffirms what I'm what I'm doing in telling the truth. And now this young woman is about to learn what her party is is all about and what her business is all about. She's going to learn it the hard way. I was looking at the comments. Interestingly.

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"barry weiss" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"barry weiss" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"And they are all worth listening to let Michael mostly about his show everybody Michael Knowles here never hear that ancient Chinese curse. May you live in interesting times. Well, we're living in them. It's tough to make sense of these times when mainstream journalists lie to US politicians ignore us, and even the scientists seem to get everything wrong. Luckily, there is hope. Come check out the Michael Knowles show at the Daily wire. You can listen to the show for free on apple podcasts or Spotify or Google play or stitcher YouTube Facebook. It's all over the place and you can watch the whole show along with extra bonus content at the Daily wire website. We break down everything from immigration and international trade to drag Queen Story hour and President Trump's latest Smackdowns of Jim Acosta and the rest of the fake news media. Politics, culture, religion and more. Why it matters and what it means for you. So come on over and check out the Michael Knowles show wherever you get your podcasts. See there. Coming up and resulted in New York magazine said Angel Barry Weiss is the bench hero show Bishop Hero Show on Lee on 8 90 W. L Z. I never know what to say. Drive by media, Democrat Party victim Status McCarthyism, Jesse smell let Okay, having high school minority screw walls in this country has become the majority man. Oh, man, I feel you brush sorting through all sorts of sort of distortion.

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"barry weiss" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"barry weiss" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Welcome back to the town Hall Review with you. Barry Weiss is a respected up at editor and writer and she used to be in The New York Times is a considered moderate, but in the world dominated by the far left, she's a radical right winger. It used to be that moderates were safe in media institutions like The New York Times. Those days are long behind us. Tuesday, Weiss, age 36 went public with her resignation letter to the Times. Your editorial work was honest, Well written in timely for The New York Times had to be an embarrassment. Twice cited their anti Semitism, Polian and cowardice in what has now gone viral. The most read resignation letter, perhaps ever. Morning after I turned to another young, talented female writer Eliana Johnson, editor in chief of the Washington Free Beacon, a cz, a young, high profile opinion writer. What did you make of that? I thought it was a great letter, and it really did. I think it exposes what is happening in mainstream newsrooms today. You you referred to me as an opinion writer, But really, I've been focused on reporting and and, you know, spend three years in the mainstream and What I hear from friends and others at the Washington Post. The New York Times is that is precisely what Barry laid bare in that letter, which is that Tolerance and acceptance are Shiva lists. They're not put into action and that there's far more tolerance for anti Semitism than for any other form of discrimination. You've been all over media you've been at Fox News you've been in politico. You know, I've been in green rooms that meet the press with you. And I wonder if you believe is Ideo that elite media. I know I saw your bug elite media. A lot of it is purging. Center, right voices and guests from their green rooms and their pages 100% and I agree with what Barry said, is that I don't think that the leaders of these institutions are doing it because they want to do it. I think that they're beholden to the younger people who work there. And to the Twitter mobs. That's what we see them responding to more Moz forcefully. And we don't see the leaders of these papers standing up strongly for principles that you know for 56 years ago, would have been on controversial papers or networks. I honestly do not know. I still go on Al Sharpton Show. I go on. Meet the press. I don't see center right approach up voices on MSNBC or CNN. I don't see them. They represent 96% of the Republican Party. I see never Trumpers every day all over the place, but I think they're what Barry Barry White's is saying is that the purges underway. How? How systemic is this purge of center, right? I think it is systemic and my view has been that we're trending towards the elimination of the mainstream. I already think The New York Times his reputation as a mainstream paper has taken an enormous hit from the top spot in episode, and then the very wise Events yesterday and that we're gonna have media divided into two camps a liberal camp in a conservative camp because the mainstream camp has said, striving for objectivity. Is no longer the goal. But mainstream actually means left wing. I don't think they'll be able to keep it out of their news reports because they're reporters betray their political ideology. And at least 50% of the cases in the New York Times feed it will. Many have said that we shouldn't be. Of course, nobody really believes that that we could be totally neutral. But that striving for objectivity is the goal. And I think many in the newsrooms have said no, That's no longer the goal. We are. We're doing reporting in the service of politics. Long a community were concerted stay in the shadows. This new anti conservative boldest has not been lost on the entertainment.

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"barry weiss" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

08:55 min | 1 year ago

"barry weiss" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"In review, We wrap up the resignation letter from Barry Weiss, the entered the Op ed page in New York Time machine took over for James Bennett was forced out just a few short weeks ago. Now she's next. She said. A G I can no longer do the work that you brought me here to do the work that Adolph Ochs described in that famous 18 96 statement, quote to make of the columns of The New York Times a forum for the consideration of all questions of public importance. And to that end, invite intelligent discussion. From all shades of opinion, quote unquote. You know, I tell you something, folks I've about had it up to here where the sanctimonious nature of these people to begin with. Okay, So I'm going to put words on a piece of paper and they're going to sell it. And you wouldn't think That it is the only thing that is saving us from ultimate death. I guess you know it's there's nothing wrong with thinking what you do is really, crucially important that this has gotten so far out of hand. They're protected there. You can't investigate them. They can investigate you. They can destroy you any time they want. You cannot You cannot investigate them. You cannot find out who they are. It doesn't matter who they are. They must remain free and unencumbered to do anal exams on whoever they want. But anyway very weisses. I can't do this most important work that you brought me here today. I've always comforted myself with the notion that the best ideas went out. It. Ideas cannot win on their own. They need a voice. They need a hearing. Above all, they must be backed by people willing to live by him and a G. I never thought I'd see the day. Whereas a moderate independent it took an act of courage to show up to work at a newspaper. Given that these people that's a that's a powerful point. Give these people all think. That there they living embodiment of non bias. And they do folks. They think they're not liberal. Certainly aren't conservative. They are objective. They are fair, but they they are not. Radical opinion anything and so She's making a good point. Look, a newspaper got eight on Fox here says, Well, listen, everything all opinions will publish everything in order to further people's understanding. You go into the New York Times is a modern independent. You wantto want everybody in the paper to be one of those, and now it takes an act of courage to go in. There is one of these because I'm not leftist enough. So I get abused and bullied and harassed, and I've got to quit. So Mr Snugly wants to know, Um are they going to be shamed into changing and there is no Away. And she writes, You know the line about Twitter is not on the masthead, but it may as well be running our paper one of their paragraph. Even now, she writes, I'm confident most people at the New York Times do not hold these radical leftist Twitter views yet they're cowed by those who do. Why. Well, maybe because they believe the ultimate goal is righteous. Maybe because they believe they'll be granted protection. If they not along As the coin of our realm, The language is degraded. In service to an ever shifting laundry list of right causes. Perhaps because there are millions of unemployed people in this country, and they feel lucky to have a job in a contracting industry. Who knows, But I can't work here any more edgy now back to the caller who thinks Rush. You're missing the point way aren't who you think we are. We're not two people that beat the Nazis were not the people that beat back the Japanese and by the way. It's not just that we were victorious. In war, we have overcome countless obstacles. In health. That did not destroy us. We adapted. We came up with vaccines or cures. But we by nature by tradition. We have not then a nation of Weiners or complainers. We've not been a nation of chosen. Our people have chosen to be victims, and his point was Russia. I think we are I don't see any pushback. I don't see any of this great Valorous behavior you think exists out there. The pushback. Yeah, we don't. We don't see it in the form off. Running into the streets to beat up black lives matter, Protestors or antifa. But you waited what happens on Election day? That'll be an ultimate form of pushback. And you just wait. The left has no idea again. What awaits Them. But There is there is. I just had it on the tip of my tongue. Evidence of pushback. There's not the NFL example they already gave. Ah Anyway, it will come to me. I'm trying to do too many things at once here and a swell squeeze and phone calls, and I've got some dynamite audio sound bites. It sounds to me like Barry Weiss. The resigned editor paid up and page editor New York Times has realised Now that there is fake news that the New York Times is fake news. That's what she's realized. In a nutshell. That's what her resignation letters all about you people are fake news. Your catering to a bunch of no nothing. Nobody's on Twitter. And Twitter is not in our masthead. She's realized it You think Barry Weiss? Why hasn't Three years and counting. Four years of a fake story on Russian meddling in the election. No evidence. No, no, there never was any This. This Roger Stone business. People are leaving out something very crucial When they start ripping into Trump for this, they're ripping into Trump for commuting stone sentence because lays stone stone may have expected stone mint, Maybe a quid pro quo. Stone may have promised trump and you wouldn't flip on him if Trump promised him there. Why is all this happened? You realize everything inhabitant Roger Stone happen in a process crime. Everything that happened to this guy happened because there was an investigation into nothing. A totally illegitimate, fraudulent investigation into something that did not happen that the investigators knew did not happen. And that is Trump colluding with the Russians to steal the election. It didn't happen. There was not a single word of truth in The New York Times for two years about it. I think Barry Weiss realizes that now Very wise realizes The New York Times published two years worth of lies and disinformation and has yet to apologize to their readers for it. You want to talk about? Should there be any shame? How about that if they can't be ashamed of misleading their entire reader base For two years on a fake news story about Trump Russia collusion. Why would they be shame that our op ed page editor is resigning? Well, what whose colleagues They're all the Washington Post about a bunch of people tweeting how they find outrageous and shipping form. Okay, fine. If I would love to be wrong that it causes there to be some chilly ain't gonna happen. What do you expect weeks that New York times gonna change the way they report the news because of this New York Times going to start ignoring Twitter. They don't They don't have any shame. Let me listen to me if they haven't apologized this I cannot. Overemphasize..

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"barry weiss" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"barry weiss" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Now before we speak of parlor, I want to mention that there's news about Twitter in these last hours to pieces. One. Selina tells me that it's been hacked by a bad actor, but the other one is why I'm puzzled about Twitter and its conduct. This is very wise. Who Wass, a prominent New York columnist who has now resigned, and she wrote a very lengthy letter to the publishers and editors of The New York Times to why But in it is a paragraph that describes Twitter in an very unflattering light, But it's something that swing and I have both observed very wise of Pittsburgh. Selina tells me very wise of Pittsburgh. Very wise rights. Twitter is not on the masthead of the New York Times, but Twitter has become its ultimate editor. As the ethics and mores of the platform have become those of the paper. The paper itself has increasingly become a kind of performance space stories you're chosen and told in a way to satisfy the narrowest of audiences. Rather than to allow a curious public to read about the world and then draw their own conclusions. I was always taught that journalists were charged with writing the first rough draft of history. Now, history itself is one of the more of family as one more ephemeral thing. Molded to fit the needs of a pre determined narrative end. Quote from very wise. Selina. This is not directly in connection with my objection to Twitter, which is that it's rude that it tracks rude people who are not civil. However, it does connect to the fact You have struggled with Twitter Barry Weiss is observing the Twitter has become a dominant source of validation by the editors of The New York Times who pursue a very narrow political agenda for November of this year. Why did you leave Twitter? I I have not left it yet. But I'm I'm awful tempted given that you're my leader. Why, Selina? Well, I left her a number of reasons. Um, first and foremost, it does not make me a better reporter. In fact, it muddled my understanding of what a story Wass. As I read other journalist, I realized that they were writing for other And not writing. What story Wass. Ah, what made a story on more alluring want clickable had to do with how it'd feel what it attracted. Between other journalists and as other journalists shared it with others. There's nothing wrong with that. It's just that it doesn't make me a better journalist and understanding what's happening in this country. I had the same struggles in 2016. I have struggled since 2016 to stay on there because I felt that it did not reflect What I was seeing and hearing and reporting in places outside of Washington, 10 in New York and Washington and New York. Neither one of those areas decided president toe election. The first informants left because it did not make me a better journalist back in the ball again, like how people treated each other. I found it repulsive and dangerous and scary. I'm not even talking about how I was treated. I'm just talking as an observer of of interactions between people. And I wanted no part of that if I was, you know, it is. If you're watching room burn, and you just bring the match in the lighter fluid every day, you can make it burn more. Ah hee. I found no solace and watching how other people treated each other fair enough, Selena, But I watched you on your feet on Twitter, often. And the parts that I liked was when you bait. I mean, that was the good stuff. When you show the pies in the cakes and everything it's at holiday time. Don't do that on parlor. I know, I know, but but it was upsetting. It was upsetting to see the abuse directed at somebody I knows and worked with for a long time. Oh, I was I was Elliot here. Interestingly enough. The abuse came from Republicans, Nevertrump Republicans. They never They did anything and everything they could to invalidate my reporting and did it in very clever ways. I will give them that. It was very clever in the way they presented thing. So it made you a suspect. Of my work, But it was all and the editing and the you know the Screenshots. Ah, and and it was it was hurtful. It was in and on. And it didn't. I just didn't like being there anymore. It was it was untrue. It was unjust imminently. It was rude, and it was hard to watch. But it's easier to be abused them to watch somebody you work with be abused by bad actors. And what is surprising to me. Is that Twitter, which now is much in the news because of it. Impossible. Partisan actions has done nothing to clean up the the abuse that's commonplace. Nothing about it parlour it Mrs aware of the fact and I my few days on parlor. I've not experienced abuse, and in fact, everybody is polite. Is that your experience? Yes. So far, everyone has been very like to tell you might not agree with each other on everything it it's conducted in a much more civil way. I mean, And honestly, we we can all use a little grave every day, Right? Right. Exactly. The graces. Why they came to America.

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"barry weiss" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"barry weiss" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"We were supposed to talk to Stephen Moore. Now that we are moving into 1 35 To accommodate his busy schedule. Gosh knows we don't have anything going on here. Nothing. I mean nothing. Um, you know, before the break we were talking about what the heck are we talking about? Right before the break, Dave. I can't remember. Oh, Barry Weiss and Andrew Sullivan. And finding news from from one source that represents both. Sides of the aisle with, you know, even if you're not political There is a conservative viewpoint and a progressive viewpoint. And increasingly the point Dave was making about how writers like Barry Weiss and Andrew Sullivan leave these liberal outlets to go end up writing at a more conservative outlet and We are getting to a point this country where we are on ly consuming what we want to see. And part of that isn't even our fault your Google out algorithms. Once they figure out you're your Proclivities and what you like and what you don't like They only feed you information that you will enjoy. They don't feed you stuff that will make you angry. They feed it from sources that you like, and it's it's insidious, really. It's it's I think, a huge part of the dumbing down on both sides of the aisle. I was listening to my friend Willy B's radio show today. His morning show this morning and he was doing a whole segment on what makes you I can't remember what he calls it. He should call it. What grinds your gears. Because, you know he's a car guy, but he was letting people just call invent about stuff. And this guy called and in the course of one phone call. He got so much information wrong. They had I I was texting Willie to correct the one thing and then he just kept going with so much wrong information. But I knew where he got it. He got it because he only consumes his news from one source. That's why we always talk about looking at different news sources. Even the ones that you don't like. I look at MSNBC every single day, although not as much anymore because now it's just all videos from the show's on MSNBC. There's no Stories on there anymore. But NBC news I look at places that I know don't share my my world view. You have to And that actually worries me a lot. Wouldn't it be neat Dave? If if a couple of these like a conservative outlet and a liberal outlet there were both struggling Decided to team up And create one place where you could find viewpoints across the board. Do you think that would work? Or do you think that cancel culture would come so fast that nobody would be left to work there within, like, four days? I don't think it could get started. Those people wouldn't play play well together. See, here's the thing and I I think that very Weiss's resignation letter to The New York Times is a must read for multiple reasons, but not the least of which is that The New York Times has allowed. An environment to develop. Within the workplace. Where coworkers took to slack message boards and called Barry Weiss all kinds of names, said that if the New York Times this is really rich, really wanted to be an inclusive Publication. They had to fire her think about that for a second, And apparently, they wrote that without irony. But to allow that kind of working environment to fester. Is An indication of the kind of Business culture rot that has been allowed to fester for too long. And if we were going to do this grand experiment, Dave left meets right kind of thing. In one place, you would have to start from the position. That none of that will be tolerated and that if anyone On any social media platform. Criticize is one of the opposing team's writers specifically like that person, not their writing. I mean, you could take issue with something that someone writes And that's the way it should be. But if they take issue with that person personally, then they have to go. I mean, that would have to be the groundwork, don't you think? I just don't think it's possible in our current climate to even Even try such an experiment. I think that he's got. I think so, too. I gotta tell you from me from my point of view. That is exactly what I would be looking for. Oh, I would love it, too. But how are you going to staff this this new publication? Well, that that's what I'm saying is, you would have to start with to existing publications. I think because then you have a team of writers who reliability lean right and a team of writers who reliably lean left. And then you mash them together, you know, And and that's that end beast. Whatever that beast is, That's the end product. I'm telling you, I think people would read it. There is a liberated if it could be created. Yeah. There's a website that I used on a regular basis called Colette and Colette was started by what's her? What's her? I can't remember her first name Last name. Lehman. Claire Lehman. She's Australian. And she wanted to create a place where kind of academic conversations from all perspectives could be found, and she has succeeded at quality. You can find things that as a conservative, I read and I literally and like dissecting the points in my head. But that in and of itself is a good and necessary exercise that every single person should do. You should always challenge your own belief system. You should always be able to argue why you feel the way you feel. You know that that should be part of your value system is being able to defend and explain your value system to someone. You know. You go ahead. The thing is that back in the day, Almost all newspapers were either left center or right center. There were really no right wing or left wing publications of note out there. And today that's changed. Everyone has Solidified to the far end of the spectrum s so there is no middle anymore. There is no compromise anymore. You're on one side. You're you're on the other side. Have you have you heard all sides dot com Mand E. Um, I think I looked at it. When it first came out. I was not dazzled. Okay? Yeah, because I haven't really Dodo Vento, but it's has For each story. There's an article from the left one from the center and one from the right. But you could argue, you know which one of these outlets is left, which wanna centers Which one is right? I took issue with E Center story because I was thinking to many of the center stories also Lee left and to give the impression that The left, agrees with the center more than it actually does irritated me. That's a really good point In order to in order to start up such a publication, you would need a political saint is editor in chief. A political saint. I mean, someone who is completely objective and fair you need whose goal was to Show both sides and in today's culture. I'm sorry, you have to be a political saint to be in that camp. I might trust very wise to do that. The woman who just quit The New York Times because I think she has a very clear understanding of how to create an environment where different viewpoints and that isn't even like left and right, but different viewpoints. Can mix and Mary, and that's part of what she was hired to do with the New York Times only to find out that the New York Times is so intolerant that she couldn't be there..

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"barry weiss" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"barry weiss" Discussed on 710 WOR

"He's Len Berman and Michael Riedel. Morning. Double ur Way just had a scorcher of an hour. Their vigorous debate about all that's going on in the world ideological debates where we stand with Trump. Len can't stand the president. I support the president. It was it was really of scorcher. So I gotta check in with my co host of my friend here led to see if you still you still vigorous land. You still look still holding up. Well, obvious. Same. I'm like even tempered. I'm fine. You You went off the deep end. We have a listener of emails said that we've got to give real arabize test. I mean, there's something with you today. I mean, well depend. Well, No, because a few things are happening in the media that are really ticking me off, and they're in our big three headlines this morning. So Trump gave a press conference in the Rose Garden and a Fresca beat gait. Yes, the elite gatekeepers industry immediate at NBC. Let me finish one. Let me finish at NBC and CBS. They decided. No, no, no, no, We don't consider this a press conference. This is not done with the same kind of dignity and poise that the A great Barack Obama did so they dumped the president that refused to cover his press conference. Unbelievable. This just tells you how much the mainstream media along with Len ate this president. Now you need any more. You need any more evidence of that? Also in the Big three fascinating resignation at The New York Times, arguably the most powerful paper in the world, Barry Weiss, she was an op ed writer. An editor there at the paper, not all of conservative, but you know she considers herself a centrist, but she supported Israel. And you know what That means that the New York Times if you support Israel, they call you a Nazi because the Times hates Israel. They hate Israel. They see Israel as an occupying force. Barry Weiss left the paper.

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"barry weiss" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"barry weiss" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Barry Weiss puts in a resignation letter member near Times is the The Grand cathedral. They probably would like to be called that, but I don't know what's what's the what's the proper way of saying it. The Superdome. How about that? That's the Superdome of leftist journalism of Democrat Aligned journalism in America. It's It's the most elite newspaper even more so, really in the Washington Post on DH. Yeah, they've lost their minds over there. That's that's for sure. Barry Weiss In her Resignation letter has the following this is, I guess for this is to Salzburg or the guy who owns it runs it. It is with sadness that I write to tell you. I'm resigning from New York Times I joined the paper with gratitude and optimism three years ago, Locke blah voice to bring other voices, blah, blah, blah, blah. Okay, Here we go. Good stuff. Twitter is not on the masthead of the New York Times, But Twitter has become its ultimate editor. As the ethics and moors of that platform have become those of the paper, The paper itself has increasingly become a kind of performance space. Stories are chosen and told in a way to satisfy the narrowest of audiences rather than to allow a curious public to read about the world and then draw their own conclusions. I was always taught that journalists were charged with writing the first draft a rough draft of history. Now, history itself is one more ephemeral thing molded to fit the needs of a pre determined narrative. Wow. I mean, this is a surprise, All right. It's just somebody from the inside a liberal, my friends who would disagree with you listening to this on 90% of stuff in life, or maybe 70%. A little less crazy than some of the others. But it would disagree with you almost all the time and was an editor of this paper and she's resigning. And she's telling you what I tell you every day about the New York Times. And what do you know about The New York Times is in fact entirely true. It's true. I'm not exaggerating. Morar, right wing radio over not sitting here. You know, once they hated my terrible, you know, I'm not doing any of that. I'm just telling you It's amazing that This is what it's come to the most. Famous newspaper are arguably I think pretty clearly in the country is run by, she says. Twitter on the opinion of lives on that social media platform, Twitter has effectively destroyed the facade. Off journalism because you have all these people who now don't have to go through. An editor Don't have any quality control over there sharing of thoughts and they're telling us I'm a huge leftist. I'm a Marxist. I'm a lunatic Social Justice Warrior. I'm noticed covering national politics on the front page of The New York Times, and I swear I have no bias. As if we're all morons, right as if we don't know exactly what's going on there a little more from her resignation letter. My own forays into wrong Think have made me the subject of constant bullying by colleagues who disagree with my views. They have called me a Nazi and a racist. I have learned to brush off comments about how I'm writing about the Jews again. Several colleagues perceived to be friendly with me. We're badgered by co workers. My work and my character are openly demeaned on companywide slack channels where masthead editors regularly weigh in They're some coworkers insists I need to be rooted out..

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"barry weiss" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"barry weiss" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"A new crowned champion of the best. Quitting or resignation, Inter nation's history. That's right. Russell 105 50 K. Of why the previous winner. If you remember this, the 30 year old the 38 year old flight attendant for jet blue. Do you remember this? The flights out of JetBlue that quit actually on the tarmac? Grab the system on the plane says I've been in this business for 20 years and that's it. I've had it. I'm done afterwards, He grabbed two beers from the beverage cart, deployed the emergency exit and slid down the slide. Halfway down. He realized he forgot his bags. And he had to scurry back up in, grab his bag and even jump back down the slide. That was it now today. Oh, my goodness. Did we have it? Barry Weiss? God bless you be our female Barry Weiss. Has resigned from The New York Times. Now It's no surprise that The New York Times is a left leaning organization. The New York Times has stopped being journalist, I would say ever, they never worked. They were always had a left slain to them. I don't think a lot of people were shocked to realize that yet that that was pretty bad New York Times did try to At least when some readers back some subscribers back when they brought on very wise, very wise has been known throughout her career as a pretty darn near centrist journalist. She likeable side, she published both sides. Most recently she was was engulfed in the scandal. The New York Times that they published a Republicans. Op ed, huh? Done. Done done, Mr Tom Cotton says this Tom Cotton's up it So she had enough, she said. It's over. And I am not on ly resigning. I'm going to resign in the way that a good writer can do and just wrote a scathing Op ed about The New York Times and is threatening a hostile work environment lawsuit plus abuse in the list goes on and on. This is going to court and It is very interesting because it really comes down to what we're seeing across the left. It's that our opinion is the only opinion that matters. If you don't agree with you 100% you are canceled, and that's essentially what you're saying. The truth is that she wrote Barry Weiss again writes for The New York Times used to till today. Is that intellectual curiosity, let alone risk taking is now a liability at the Times, the once cornerstone of what journalism was in this country, and it wasn't long, who I've been doing this talk ready for 20 years. When I came into this business, The Times was still the journalistic standard in this country In over 20 years, it has eroded to basically being what Weiss complains about, She added. Why edit something challenging to our readers or write something bold on ly to go through the numbing process of making it ideologically kosher? When we can assure ourselves job security and clicks by publishing are for thousands op Ed, arguing Donald Trump is a danger to the country in the world and and so self centered self censorship has become the norm. She also went on to Ah, claim that Twitter Is basically the New York Times responds to Twitter and tweet alone. Twitter is what controls the small mob on Twitter is what what controls what Rob just referred to as one of the cornerstones of journalism, which used to be the New York Times 20 years ago, And that's how a lot of newsrooms are. Look again. I've worked in newsrooms often on for 20 plus years. I know how newsrooms think I know how news people in newsrooms think. And that's exactly it. What has transformed in last five or six years in particular tweet has been around for what, 12 years? 13 years something that but really over the last five or six. It's all about taking the tweets from random people. I'm putting him in an article saying Twitter responds to Amazon with outrage my pointing this out, but I think just yesterday we're talking about a little bit, and that the three tweets that are mad at Gammas on so somehow, three tweets becomes National outrage because all news media wants is clicks because it used to be people bought the actual physical newyorktimes subscribed to it Now, as many people do still tryingto adjust their model. And they're trying to do it by throwing out any opinion that disagrees with the main force of the editorial board. Bear Wise writes, the lessons ought to have followed the 2016 presidential election lessons about the importance of understanding other Americans the necessity of resisting tribalism. And the centrality of free exchange of ideas to a democracy to a Democratic society have not been learned. Instead, a new consensus has emerged in the press. But perhaps especially at this paper. The truth isn't a process of collective discovery. But in orthodoxy already known to unenlightened few whose job is to inform everyone else, holy mackerel, that is, I mean, that is a wonderful Visual, wonderful description of today's news media because they don't take their jobs. Seriously. Eso, for example, doctors have malpractice insurance in case they make a mistake. Yes. The New York Times. Willingly leads people in one direction on purpose. So that is like saying, you know if a doctor were Doing this? It would be like T lead you towards an unhealthy path all the time like, yeah, yeah. More fast Food. It's great for your ass, and that's what they're there. They're there. There was no consequences of there was no malpractice. York Times is operating in a world where there's no malpractice because they think that they're right. And they on Lee welcome their own opinions, and they've stacked their editorial board so that it is on ly anti Donald Trump. But here's the problem in all of this is that they will see Barry Weiss as.

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"barry weiss" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"barry weiss" Discussed on 600 WREC

"But There is there is I just had it on the tip of my tongue evidence of push back. That's not the NFL example. They already gave Um Anyway, it will come to me. I'm trying to do too many things at once here and a swell squeeze and phone calls, and I've got some dynamite audio sound bites. It sounds to me like Barry Weiss. The resigned editor paid up and page editor New York Times has realised Now that there is fake news that the New York Times is fake news. That's what she's realized. In a nutshell. That's what her resignation letters all about you people are fake news. Your catering to a bunch of no nothing. Nobody's on Twitter. And Twitter is not in our masthead. She's realized it Getting Barry Weiss. Why hasn't three years and counting four years of a fake story on Russian meddling in the election? No evidence. No, there never was any This. This Roger Stone business. People are leaving out something very crucial When they start ripping into Trump for this. They're ripping into trump for commuting stone sentence because a stone stone may have expected stone mint, maybe a quick broke. Whoa! Stone may have promised trumpet. He wouldn't flip on him if Trump promised him there. Why is all this happened? He realized Everything in half in a Roger Stone happen in a process crime. Everything that happened to this guy happened because there was an investigation into nothing. A totally illegitimate, fraudulent investigation into something that did not happen that the investigators know did not happen. And that is Trump colluding with the Russians to steal the election. It didn't happen. There was not a single word of truth in The New York Times for two years about it. I think Barry Weiss realizes that now Very wise realizes The New York Times published two years worth of lies and disinformation and has yet to apologize to their readers for it. You want to talk about? Should there be any shame? How about that if they can't be ashamed of misleading their entire reader base For two years on a fake news story about Trump Russia collusion. Why would they be shame? That op ed page editor is resigning. Well, what whose colleagues They're all the Washington Post about a bunch of people tweeting how they find outrageous and shipping form. Okay, fine..

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Writers warn in open letter against threat to free speech

KSFO Morning Show with Brian Sussman with Katie Green

03:36 min | 1 year ago

Writers warn in open letter against threat to free speech

"Hey, you Group of more than 100 prominent liberal writers, perfect professors and activists. Have come together and signed an open letter against cancel culture. The list of folks is long and I had to dig up the whole list. Maybe you could do that. Shawn broke your mind. J. K. Rowling of Harry Potter fame Newyorktimes opinion editor Barry Weiss, political activist Gnome Chomsky All sorts of people have signed this letter and I will read you part of it. It's entitled a letter on justice and open debate. Our cultural institutions. Air Facing a moment of trial, powerful protest for racial and social justice are leading overdue demands for police reform, along with wider calls for greater equality and inclusion across those society, not least in higher education, journalism, philanthropy and the arts. All right, fine and dandy. Everybody's for equality. But this needed reckoning is also intensified. A new set of moral attitudes and political commitments. The Tendo weaken our norms of open debate and toleration of differences in favor of ideological conformity. As we applaud the first development. We also raise our voices against the second. Then they go ahead and give their liberal bona fide. He's including calling President Trump a real threat to democracy. Oh, yeah. You mean you mentioned known Chomsky You can't get any more left the gnome Chomsky, but he's the old left right where you would have these discussions and not hound somebody out of a job. Oh, that reminds me. I've got to get to that Boeing executive who was hounded out of his job for something, he said. 30 years I'll tell you right now. 30 years ago, he said, I don't believe women should be in combat. Wow, That's it, which was an 85 to 95% attitude 30 years ago. It's probably 75 now. But he was forced to resign his pressure to resign. That is troubling. This is what these people are talking about. I promise anyone when I'm 70 was that you will not have to pressure me to resign. He'll. He'll have to chain me to my chair to keep me with, you know, I'm gone anyway. It also warns that the resistance should not hardened into its own brand of dogma or coercion. Insisting that an intolerant climate has played both sides of the aisle. The free exchange of information on ideas, the life blood of a liberal societies daily becoming more constricted. Well, we have come to expect this on the radical right. I suppose maybe I like the way right censorious Nous is also spreading more widely in our culture on intolerance of opposing views of vogue for public shaming and ostracism and the tendency to dissolve complex policy issues in a binding, blinding moral certainty. We have pulled the value of robust and even caustic counter speech from all quarters, But it is now all too common in here calls for swift and severe retribution in response to perceived transgressions of speech and thought. And one more a little bit. More troubling. Still, institutional leaders in a spirit of panicked damage control are delivering hasty and disproportionate punishments instead of considered reforms were already paying the price in greater risk aversion among writers, artists and journalists who are here kid lively hoods if they depart from the consensus or even lack sufficient zeal in agreement, anybody who's in the public eye at all. Who hasn't had those feelings. You're crazy. Your crazy your You are not reading the room. You have to be careful and scared of what you can and cannot say, Yeah,

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"barry weiss" Discussed on KSFO-AM

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08:52 min | 1 year ago

"barry weiss" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Welcome back so Democrats shooting cells directly in their own feet the Joe Rogan says nice things about Bernie Sanders and this is unacceptable I am amused by the radical left I'm amused by them so yesterday Joe Rogan who's a friend of mine right full disclosure and friends of gel I think is a good dude we disagree on a wide variety of topics what's fun about Joe is it Joe is really open minded he's going to discuss with anybody like I love anybody on the show I have tons of people from a variety of different viewpoints had me he said Bernie Sanders a said Barry Weiss and he's out and he's had people who I think are wildly not very wise I mean he's he's had people from virtually every area of life well Joe Rogan was asked by Barry Weiss on his show where he would be likely to vote for the California primaries in here was Joe Rogan dancer I think I'll probably vote for burning him as a human being when I was hanging out with them and yeah I I believe in him I like him I like him a lot liberty stands for is a guy who will look you could you could dig up dirt on every single human being that's ever existed if you catch them in their worst moment and you magnify those moments and you cut out everything else the only display display those worst moments that said you can't find very many with Bernie he's been insanely consistent his entire life okay so Grogan is saying what really is for his appeal which the Bernie has been this old comedy for his entire life I don't find that appealing right I think that his ideas been bad since basically he emerged from his mother's womb at age eighty two but at least he he's he's like the high school principal in back to the future the man never had hit right in this that she was always like this but that is his appeal right got the the appeal Bernie is the authenticity it's the reason why people have not turned Elizabeth Warren they feel she's an authentic people who like Bernie believe that he is authentic and so they're like okay Lisa believes what he believes and that goes a long way with Joe now again I disagree Joe honest I think Bernie Sanders is a trashy I think he's awful I think his does get to the worst people I think the champion force people but what's clear is that the left which has no problem whatsoever with Bernie Sanders hanging out windows are sore no problem with him being in our special on king no probably Bernie Sanders touting the endorsement of some the most radical people in American life Joe Rogan said that ready said I'd be likely to vote for Bernie Sanders and Bernie Sanders had temerity to put that up on his Twitter page and now that is trending number one on Twitter number one nothing is Rogan said that he'd be likely to vote for senators that's not actually a huge surprise right chosen out of the box dude that's not it really is not super shopping and authenticity matters an awful lot to go the reason people are man is because Joe Rogan is have people like me on his show in fact the Joe Rogan is have people like me on the show means the Joe Rogan is a very bad man is very bad very bad and that means that Bernie Sanders touting his endorsement is really awful because Joe Rogan believes things like sometimes he says that men are men and women are women and men should not fight women in MMA that's the thing is that and that is quite terrible and also Joe Rogan is a comedian which means he has said very politically correct offensive things in the past and that is very bad and so now Bernie Sanders is being attacked by the woke left for the sin of touting the fact the most popular podcasts are in America right mean Joe's huge that Joe came out and said that he would vote for Bernie in a primary or is likely to vote in a primary it is so self defeating and Bernie deserves every bit of this of course because Bernie escorted this for all the talk about brings authenticity here's where Joe I think is wrong Bernie is is authentic until the point where his challenger which when he backs down like a little pansy right he's absolutely authentic until the point where he's attacked on it and then he runs screaming from the room did you give an example he was endorsed by my check either so Jane can I have our disagreements to put it mildly you can find a debate with me in check on one's pretty fun today if tank is running for Congress out here in California he also has a big show called the young Turks which is weird since for a long time he didn't believe the Armenian genocide but in any case tank has a long history of saying pretty wild things yeah but she was always a Sanders a border right he always supported Sanders right it's a like he's always supported and to change indoor Sanders Jenner said thank you and then people started filling up Sanders is the with all the things that changes that over the years and Sanders basically withdrew his endorsement of the endorsement basically disassociated from Chang which is the most gutless moving the entire world means super duper got less it's not like check was hiding the ball change then take forever it is with broken I would not be surprised if Bernie Sanders backs off of this I would not be surprised Bernie Sanders pulls down this week and says well I'm grateful for Joe Rogan support I don't agree with everything that the will to talk about I would not be surprising to me at all this is the end he he deserves that I mean that's what he he has he has facilitated the rise of this what life yes he didn't have to you could win the guy standing up to it but he's been solicited that rises cater to that rise and now he's feeling the blow back from it so fine but it is amazing the way the world the left wants to create it really is an incredible world I mean Rogan has had on a variety of democratic candidates and many of the candidates have asked to come on his I don't really want you to come okay but every alike give you another example of how the work left is running America to enter Yang I Andrew Yang is is according to the other simple now running for free as like eight percent in national polls according samples which is amazing for a dude who's been completely shut out of the media Andrew Yang had the temerity to appear in the US on a special we had an hour long discussion of universal basic income as completely cordial and interesting and fun and informative has millions of use online he was blasted for the sin of that blasted for it one of the reasons Andrew Yang is popular is because everything is willing to have conversations with people who disagree without demonizing them meanwhile you get people to judge people judge has catered to the woke left every step of the way very early on in the campaign when he first announced I invited people to judge a come on Sunday special and his campaign manager said he'd like to come on the Sunday special because of that point had no attention and then they got so much blow back to just post it right then it was like nope don't exist anymore not interesting coming on not even respond to emails okay that is not how you build a coalition obviously but the Democrats are not interested in building a coalition the woke Democrats at least are not interested in building a coalition and let's be Frank about this I I hate giving advice Democrats let's be Frank about the Democrats if you are going to force Joe Rogan out of your circle if you're gonna take the Joe Rogan cannot be you cannot tell endorsements and Joe Rogan because he said some bad things I have met our men and women are women good luck to you good luck to you you have to win some people like Joe Rogan if you hope to win the election and your push Joe Rogan over to my side of the aisle keep doing this kind of stuff seriously you want to push people like Joe Rogan people like Andrew Yang over to my side of the all you have to do is keeping vicious jackasses all the time and dredging up old comments Nancy Justin well this person is very bad is a very bad person and it's incredible how the media not only go along with this but facilitate all of this so Sam Stein who is a quote unquote reporter with the daily beast which is to say that he is an activist with the daily beast it's pretty incredible Sam Stein had exchanged with Glenn Greenwald Glenn Greenwald is hardly a person with a with a sterling record when it comes to controversy at the very least raise very controversial figure Glenn Greenwald is a guy who helps Edward Snowden released documents at the behest of the Russian government allegedly right mean great when Greenwald I think it does some good work that needed some work that I disapprove of I don't particularly like his point of view at all I will not here by the way that right now he's been prosecuting Brazil that's completely inappropriate see any evidence that he's violated the law in Brazil here I am defending somebody I completely disagree with that I think his dishes views on a variety of topics but Glenn Greenwald he he has an exchange with Sam Stein sometimes reporter for the daily beast intense and Sam Stein starts criticizing Bernie for the rogue and stuff right he he tweets out I totally see the merits in Bernie touting the Joe Rogan endorsement I am also deeply cognizant that I'm not from a community of people that he has attacked and ridiculed and I have to imagine this is very hard for them very hard for them yeah it just terrible terrible okay and then Glenn Greenwald responded quite appropriately well you know it makes it kind of sense that he is that he is having in Dortmund Rogan because if you actually want to win a coalition then one of the things they're gonna have to do is appeal to people who may disagree with you on a bride of other topics and Sam Stein and then responds so would it be okay to tell endorsement from Ben Shapiro right I mean it it like this how far they've gone the way they've gone is provided never endorsed Bernie Sanders but the the thought experiment goes something like this if Joe Rogan west said bad mean things endorsed by Bernie Sanders or leases endorsement is endorsed by Bernie Sanders that's very bad where are you gonna stop where is the line is the one that you're going to say that it's okay to town endorsement from Ben Shapiro a Sam Stein alleged reporter for the daily beast this.

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"barry weiss" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

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01:56 min | 1 year ago

"barry weiss" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"TV we'll hear from Barry Weiss opinion editor for The New York Times she was at Chatham university in Pittsburgh this past November to talk about her book how to fight anti semitism welcome everyone good evening my name is Leah Berman press I'm a student here at Chatham and the president of the Chathams Houston's association on behalf of the Chathams Houston's association at all times I'd like to welcome you to our campus this evening for this important and timely conversation with Barry Weiss author of the book how to fight anti semitism as soon as the Chatham our education is informed by the university's mission to prepare graduates to be informed and engaged citizens and their communities and to recognize and respect diversity of culture identity and opinion both of these are on display this evening but it is this last idea to respect for diversity of culture identity an opinion that is needed more than ever in our society today the tragedy of tree of life the response to berries book and the amazing turn out here by all of you for this important conversation so why very will be available to personalise copies of her book at the back of the stage after discussion if you don't have a copy yet classic lines bookshop will be selling them at that time thank you for visiting our campus this evening and please welcome to the stage doctor David Finegold the president of China university to say a few remarks good evening everybody and.

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New York Synagogue Attack: Family, Friends & Attorney Say Suspect Suffered From Mental Health Problems

The Lead with Jake Tapper

03:58 min | 1 year ago

New York Synagogue Attack: Family, Friends & Attorney Say Suspect Suffered From Mental Health Problems

"Thomas the man accused of stabbing five Orthodox Jewish worshippers at a Hannukah. Celebration in Muncie New York Saturday just wrapped up a court appearance. Federal hate crime charges have now been added family and friends say the. The suspect has long suffered from mental illness and never previously expressed any- antisemitic beliefs but prosecutors. This afternoon said they found journals with antisemitic. Writings in the suspect's Home Thomas Faces five counts of attempted murder a CNN. Sarah side and reports the Saturday attack as part of a growing speed of violence against Jews news across the US Grafton. Thomas is now facing federal hate crime charges after what police say they heard from witnesses and found found in his handwritten journal a reference to Adolf Hitler and Nazi culture on the same page as drawings of a star of David and a swastika. Thomas's attorney thank disputes. The anti-semitism Allegation Reverend Page and I and review scores of papers which frankly showed the ramblings of they disturbed individual but there is no suggestion in any of those ramblings and pages of writing of an anti Semitic emotive witnesses say. The suspect slashed his way through a houseful of Orthodox Jewish worshippers injuring five and leaving behind a terrible blood-soaked seen gene during what was a Hanukkah celebration. Joseph Glove was inside that home. I just saw him Williams nice back and forth trying. It's it is nothing say awards inside. He's just spoke to me outside once. Hey y'all get you manage to get out out. There are kids in there so decide to run back in run back in and fight his only weapon the furniture around him now in shambles picks it up from from the back and I watched it in. His face was two feet away from him in his face and he started. He started coming after me out towards the door when the attacker left gluck followed at a distance worried. He was about to go into the synagogue next store by then the ambulances were arriving treating the wounded it was a very jarring. See it was a lot of blood this attack the thirteenth on the Jewish community. Just this month in New York. According to the governor's office I don't recall pull them up selling licenses to have open hunting season on Jews but it sure can make us feel that way less than two hours later. Police Track the suspect down down using the license plate number GLUCK had given them. Thousands of Jewish mothers went to sleep more counter nights. Not Worrying about the kids going going to school the next day but their husbands going to pray the next day or day going shopping next knowing. What's going to happen your Guardian Angel? God's is the Guardian. I'm the Messenger. Now of the five people who were injured we understand that four are out of the hospital including Rabbi Rottenberg Son. We do know that one elderly gentleman a man who had a skull fracture remains in the hospital in critical condition according to friends the family. Jake all right Sarah side near New York. Thank you joining me now to talk about this New York Times opinion writer and editor Barry Weiss which is the author of the new book how to Fight Anti-semitism Tatum also back with me as Jane. Coast covers anti-semitism and white nationalism for vox among other topics Berry let me start with you. This is kind of a sensitive question but do you think the reaction by politicians and the media would be any different. If these recent antisemitic attacks had been committed by white supremacists instead of who they were committed by. I do and the reason for that is because it took a man walking in with a machete the size of a broomstick for there to be any public outrage during the holiday of Hanukkah. Remember when

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06:08 min | 2 years ago

"barry weiss" Discussed on KCRW

"Regulation. also have the highest prices and the most harmless. therefore it would only seem logical. it began to attack those things that seem to be driving the issue Carson says the administration might provide incentives for local governments to eliminate excessive regulations it also wants to encourage tougher policing of homeless encampments but California governor Gavin Newsom said if the president really wants to help he should provide more vouchers so poor families can afford rent in his increasingly expensive state we're almost half of the nation's on sheltered people now live but so far the administration's plans are extremely vague which has homeless advocates very wary I agree with the president that homelessness is a disgrace in California and across the country Maria foster meanness heads the national law center on homelessness and poverty but the actions that he's talking about are really deeply concerning she says there's no guarantee that getting rid of regulations would lead to construction of more housing for low income families rather than for the wealthy foreigners who trump notes want to live in the state she calls the president's threat to send the EPA after San Francisco ludicrous but it's also really disturbing because he's suggesting that homeless people are just hazardous waste the there are a form of refuse to be cleaned up when in fact we're talking about human beings who are in desperate need of help the administration says it hopes to have a plan to address the problem soon Pam Fessler NPR news. anti semitic hate crimes in New York City up sixty three percent compared to twenty eighteen according to the city's police department many are acts of vandalism like swastikas scrawled on synagogues but there seems to be a specific increase in violent crimes against orthodox Jews in neighborhoods where they live including Williamsburg and crown heights Barry Weiss The New York Times opinion columnist has a new book how to fight anti semitism she joins us from New York thanks so much for being with us thanks Scott first these these current attacks based on I'm reporting is there a particular source for attacks against orthodox Jews well it seems to be happening often from people who live in the neighborhood we don't know that much about the perpetrators what we do know is that people that live in crown heights don't tend to be white supremacists and to judge from the footage of many of these attacks at least some of the perpetrators seem to being young black men or teenagers in and perhaps that's one of the reasons that so many people want to avert their eyes from what's happening in places like crown heights are they street assaults and robberies or or hate crimes or what were the lines and something like this well all we know is that the people that are being attacked are the most publicly visible the Jewish people and they're incredibly violent given that this is been happening in the city there's been a sort of curious lack of interest on the part of new Yorkers on the part of the mayor on the part of the governor imagine if a spate of crimes have happened in a pattern like this against another minority what the reaction would be as there are some of the national immigration at a semitic crimes yes. to the FBI since nineteen ninety five Jews have been the victim of more religiously motivated hate crimes than any other group it's very clear that anti semitism and violent I semitism has many sources right now in the country not just white supremacists all the way to promises of course responsible for the most violent attacks in the past two years including at my own synagogue tree of life in Pittsburgh which was carried out by a white supremacist named Robert Bowers is I don't have to tell you your controversial in some circles for focusing on anti semitism on the political left in this country as well as the right yeah the way the monocle scale they're different and I I sort of you know whenever I get that question I was wonder about it because he isn't a zero sum game to me what matters is there are Jews being ostracized third Jews being attacked and I care about both of those things if someone's gonna walking to a synagogue as they did in tree of life and murder Jews at prayer there's a good chance you know given gun violence in this country and who it's coming from this particular moment the person is going to be a white supremacist but that doesn't mean that I shouldn't worry about for example at the university of Virginia Jewish students being prevented from joining in minority student coalition to fight white supremacy because they were smeared themselves as white supremacists for supporting the state of Israel I'm worried about that too you conflating people who are opposed to Israeli policy towards Palestinians with anti semitism I'm not I myself am deeply opposed to the occupation of the Palestinian people I believe that they have an indigenous right and claim to the land and I'm on the record in many columns in the times as being very opposed to various policies of the Netanyahu government and I was cheered by the election this past week what I am opposed to is an ideological movement than insist that only one nation state in the world doesn't have the right to exist and that that nation state. is home to the largest Jewish community on planet earth. Weiss of the New York times your new book how to fight anti semitism thanks so much for being with us thank you so much. you're listening to weekend edition from NPR news..

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