35 Burst results for "Ben Shapiro"

What Time Is It in the Conservative Movement?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:51 min | 1 d ago

What Time Is It in the Conservative Movement?

"What time is it? In the conservative movement. I believe that is the most operative question we can ask, what time is it? Tell me unpack this is a very wise man, someone I've known for quite a while, and I check his Twitter feed often for how he is analyzing things. Mike zerner, Mike, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. My pleasure, man. How are you? Good. It's been a while, so let me ask the question, what time is it? And how should we, how should we respond to our leaders unable to answer that question? Well, I mean, what time it is is the surprise, you know, Ben Shapiro did a thing with Jeremy boring with their event, the night where they said, nobody thought roe versus wade would ever be overturned. I would have bet anything. Anything that it never would have been overturned. And I don't mean that in a negative way, just predictably. Nobody ever thought this would happen with the law school 20 years ago. The idea that roe versus the way was going to be overturned was always always a pipe dream. So I think when you think about these things, you always want to think about the spiritual lesson. More so than the current event you always want to contextualize it and it just shows the power of people never giving up, right? That really is the lesson that I took from this is because if you'd asked me, hey, lead the charge against roe versus wade, I would say, well, but she's not going to happen. I got other things to do with my day. She's not going to happen. No offense. You know, all love for you. But just it is what it is. And that's why you just you can just never give up. When you have the left certainly not giving up. But I think that's the lesson here is you have to keep the pressure on people. You have to be unrelenting. You have to keep demanding that the judges, the judicial appointments matter, the that really is a lesson that you can't ever give up on anything

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Why Dennis Was Very Moved at a Recent Daily Wire Event

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:04 min | 1 d ago

Why Dennis Was Very Moved at a Recent Daily Wire Event

"Last night, 3000 people, the vast majority of whom were young. In other words, I would say under 35. Certainly under 40. To the great credit of daily wire that sponsored the event that's the Ben Shapiro organization. 3000 people. Again, mostly young. And Ben and his daily wire are associates all terrific guys, many of whom have been guests on my show, had a dialog. Then there was intermission. Then I was introduced, we Ben and I spoke, then we had Jordan Peterson, he was introduced. The people did not expect the people did not expect me, and they did not, they did not expect Jordan, so there was a real eruption of sentiment that applause. It was very, I was very moved in both cases for myself and for Jordan. So then Candace Owens was a Candace Owens. I forgot to mention, was there from the beginning. So yeah, I'm going to ask a good question, Sean asks if there's a video you can watch. You would love it. You would truly love it. I mean, Jordan Peterson Ben Shapiro, Candace Owens, myself, and three, four of his top people at daily wire. It was one of those moments where one of my personal attitudes was expressed itself. And that is, there are two types of temperaments, those who people who want to be stars from those who want to be on an all star team. My own temperament is I want to be on an all star team. So I felt that I was on one last night, and it was, it was a wonderful experience

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How Michael Knowles Got Involved With Fighting for the Truth

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:28 min | 3 weeks ago

How Michael Knowles Got Involved With Fighting for the Truth

"Outside of this ridiculous book you published, how did you get into this business? Because I know you as a hail fellow well met. I know you as somebody that you can have a great philosophical discussion in a theological, your fellow mackerel snapper like me share a good cigar. So how did you end up when you're not giving lectures for what is it? Young America's foundation, correct? Yes, they run my campus lecture to a few other groups too. Amazing campus. I mean, Ben Shapiro, you know, he could learn a thing or two from you and I hope you'll quote me to him. I say it all the time. But tell us, your backstory, tell me your family background and how you got involved in this, you know, fighting for the truth, Mike. Well, you mentioned that I'm a fellow mackerel snapper, a fellow papist, such as yourself. I was a cradle Catholic, but I was raised in a very liberal environment where a liberal community, you know, in New York. We were, we took the faith seriously at some points, but at other times it was a little more cafeteria style. And by the time I was 13, I would have called myself an atheist. Certainly an agnostic, probably more an atheist. I never went through a particularly liberal phase, little shades of it here and there. But I would have called myself certainly secular atheistic. And one of the rare people who having gone to a very liberal college ended up being radicalized to the right. And then radicalized toward Christianity. But by your fellow students or by professors or both what was it, I'm curious. It was fellow students, and I met a handful who were very, very thoughtful conservatives, not merely the kind of cut my taxes and leave me alone conservatives, but who thought a deeper, more comprehensive way about what it really truly means to be a conservative. And then I met very thoughtful Christians. And you know, a lot of my classmates, I just saw them at my tenth college reunion. I was a little bit of a chilly welcome there from some of my more left wing classmates. But these were generally intelligent people. They probably had a pretty high IQ. But I noticed that there arguments about religion about culture about politics were just so weak compared to the arguments that I was being presented with by my conservative classmates, and certainly by the Christians. And so after a period of, I don't know, a year to three years, intellectually, I was convinced God exists. And once you're convinced of that, then you have to confront the Bible.

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Dinesh Clarifies a Few Things About '2000 Mules'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

04:56 min | Last month

Dinesh Clarifies a Few Things About '2000 Mules'

"Let's go to our next question, listen. Hey, dinesh, I'm a big fan of yours. I just listened to your episode about responding to Ben Shapiro and while I respect both of you greatly, I noticed you didn't answer two of the questions that he posed and saw recapitulate them and hopefully you can either address them on the podcast by no time is limited or in your upcoming book, but the first is, do you have control states, in other words, did you see this pattern of behavior in states like Mississippi where you wouldn't expect fraud because that may call things into question? I'd be interested to see if you looked at deep blue or deep red states to see if you saw such patterns. And then the other thing is, could you please name these nonprofits where the mules were obtaining the ballots? Those appear to be conspicuously absent from the film. Again, I'm a big fan of yours, particularly your debates with Christopher Hitchens. And look forward to hearing your response. Thank you. Certainly, those are both very good questions. And I will take them in sequence. So let me begin by addressing the issue of the controlled comparison. Now, truth vote did not do that. They did not do, let's say the blue states and the red states. And the reason they didn't is simply because of lack of resources. I mean, this geo tracking data is available, but it's also very expensive. True the vote got a $2 million grant from a big Republican donor, and they were able to deploy most of that money, not all, but most of it, to purchase singing a pretty large ream of data of cell phone data. They picked 5 kind of large urban areas and I think you know the ones that are the swing states. And they're not the whole state. They're the battleground. They're essentially the democratic urban precincts of those states. And their hypothesis, of course, was that was that this is where the fraud is likely to be. If that's going to be fraud. And remember they were responding to a whistleblower in Georgia who came forward and said, I was basically running this kind of a racket in Atlanta. And he described how he was paid. He was described to other people, did it, but he didn't want to give his name. And so the geo tracking was aimed at confirming this larger operation. So you asked the question, why do true the vote focus on these areas? And the answers because these are areas of high suspicion. Now, again, if you have all the resources in the world, then you say, listen, I'm not just going to put my cops outside the bank. I'm going to put cops everywhere in the country. I'm going to run a kind of widespread controlled experiment. And although that's ideal, it's really not necessary for the purposes of what they were trying to do. They were trying to essentially verify whether the whistleblower was right and coordinated fraud operations were being conducted in these inner cities. Now, are there other coordinated fraud operations being run elsewhere? Maybe. But quite frankly, it's not easy to run those kinds of operations outside of the cities because they rely on tight control. They rely on the ability by the way. If you think about the way these stash houses are getting votes, they're getting their fraudulent ballots from nursing homes from campuses from homeless shelters from kind of large apartment buildings where you go door to door, ask people to sign an absentee ballot requests have the absentee ballot then sent to you not to them so you can vote on their behalf. So these are all the ways you can look at this from earlier voter fraud cases. This is basically where the democratic fraud stores get their ballots. They're like experts at this. So the Ben Shapiro point is kind of interesting, but I would say irrelevant now, one thing the truth about did do, I think, a much more intelligent control comparison. And that is that once they found the mules, and they found that, let's say, between October 1 of 2020 and election day, November 3rd, the mules were following this pattern of going to these drop boxes, here's what true the vote did. They bought data in a controlled period for those exact same mules. So in other words, they wanted to see if these meals in their normal life, when it's not election time, do they happen to follow the same pattern of life? Did they, for some unexplained reason, go to those same places, stop by those exact same locations. And the answer is no, they didn't. So, and I think a very creative way true the vote was able to show that even for the mules themselves, this was anomalous behavior in their own pattern of life, a behavior that was limited to the election period. In other words, they were being paid to do something specific in that period. This is not something that they habitually or kind of chronically did

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Lawful Ballots Delivered in an Unlawful Way? Highly Implausible

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:00 min | Last month

Lawful Ballots Delivered in an Unlawful Way? Highly Implausible

"In his commentary on 2000 mules, Ben Shapiro made the following observation. He said, in other words, the process is corrupt. And people are violating the law in how they are moving these ballots. But that does not mean that the ballots are being cast by dead people or that they are being punched by somebody in the back room somewhere. So Ben here is raising a point that others have raised as well. In fact, I see it here on the an article in the European conservative. It is theoretically possible that each ballot was legitimate. And so the point being made by Ben and by the guy in the European conservative is it could be that these are lawful ballots, legal ballots that are merely being delivered in an illegal way. And I want to address this point here. Number one, how would nonprofit organizations deeply embedded in these inner cities get their hands on hundreds of thousands of legal ballots? How would that occur? Let's think about that. Is it the case that all these people spontaneously decide, well, you know, I have a ballot and I'm filling it out, but yeah, I'm kind of too lazy to go to the Dropbox. I'm actually gonna go to the left wing organization and give them my ballot so they can hire mules in the middle of the night to go deliver them. I mean, I think you can see that this is implausible. Now, is it possible that the left wing organizations decided, hey listen, what we should do is identify a Democrats, go door to door, let's say in a housing project and collect everybody's ballot. Ourselves. And then we will hire the mules to drop the ballots off. Well, first of all, if that was going on, why don't these nonprofits say that? Why don't they admit that this is actually what they're doing? Well, of course the reason I don't admit it is, it's

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Brandon Tatum: The Left Thrives off of Double Standards

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:59 min | Last month

Brandon Tatum: The Left Thrives off of Double Standards

"Some journalists named Wesley Lowry because I'm very interested in your perspective on the left's reaction to the buffalo massacre. Let's listen to journalist Wesley Lowry to Brian stelter over the weekend on CNN. Let's be clear. The stuff Tucker and Laura Ingraham say every night, it could be written by white supremacists very often. There is a section of this manifesto where the shooter starts talking about people always say diversity is strength. How is it strength? I could hear it in Tucker's voice. He says this all the time, right? But the Ben Shapiro's of the world say this is a big chunk about the idea of genetic differences that could have been pulled from an Andrew Sullivan column, right? There are plenty of people in our politics in our media who advance these ideas and advance them frequently. Oh, so it's Ben Shapiro's fault, or it's Andrew Sullivan's fault, or Laura Ingram's father, public enemy number one, Tucker Carlson's fault. Officer Tatum, they just can't help themselves, can they? Oh, these people are deranged and they're out of their minds and they live and they thrive off a double standards. It's quite ironic that they're willing to, you know, put the blame on Tucker Carlson and other conservatives who may have some ideas that are accurate that this guy plagiarized and used to the detriment of other people. But they're not out here talking about Illinois or any of these Democrats who are literally telling white people that they're the enemy of the world. They are really creating in my opinion these homegrown terrorists by spending most of their time making white people feel horrible about existing in this country, making white male Christian straight men feel like that they are the enemy of the people, make wealthy white men feel like they're destroying America every minute because they've accomplished the level of success. I think that more so, those individuals who are saying are creating this negative rhetoric create these deranged lunatics that go out and do this.

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Mark Esper Says He Prevented 'Dangerous Things' During the Trump Years

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:42 min | Last month

Mark Esper Says He Prevented 'Dangerous Things' During the Trump Years

"I mean, I would just talking about Venezuela. Check this out from axios. Former defense secretary Mark Esper, told 60 minutes in an interview airing that he had to S.W.A.T. down some quote dangerous ideas like military action against Venezuela and Iran during his time in the Trump administration. I mean, this I sent this to you because I knew you would be hopping mad. Well, you know, I don't know if you recall this, but a general, an exiled general from Venezuela reached out to me. And wanted to find out if there was any way that they could get a group of exiled military from Venezuela because they're spread out all over the world. They had to flee Venezuela. So they were, you know, he said thousands of these exiled military people that were all over the world that wanted wanted to come together and have some kind of a plan to go into Venezuela and essentially demolish the regime. And this is important because what Debbie's getting at it, we're not talking about the deployment of America. Our military. No. The Venezuelans said, we'll do it. And what they were looking for is just organization and some logistical support. I mean, this is nothing more than the Reagan doctrine. The Reagan doctrine is the people fight for their own freedom. We don't fight, but we help. And that's what they were kind of asking for. And you were exploring. I was trying to get him connected with people. But I kept getting resistance from and some people in the Trump administration said that it was coming from the State Department. And so now we know who it was coming

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Dinesh Responds to the Critics and 'Fact Checkers' of '2000 Mules'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:26 min | Last month

Dinesh Responds to the Critics and 'Fact Checkers' of '2000 Mules'

"One of the most indefatigable critics of 2000 meals is The Washington Post national correspondent. This is a guy named Philip bump. This guy is literally in the last few months written about 7 articles. Focusing on the issue of lord harvesting, ballot trafficking. And he's trying his very best. I mean, he's applying. You can see the tremendous energy to try to debunk. The movie. Now, to his credit, I invited Philip bump to a public debate and he's like, well, I don't know about a debate, but maybe we can do an exchange in The Washington Post. I got to talk to my editors, and I said, okay, why don't you do that? And he's come back to me and said his editors have approved us doing that kind of exchange. So that's really cool. I'm really happy that there's going to be at least some engagement on this issue. I think we're trying to set that up to occur early next week. But I want to talk a little bit about Philip bumps article. I won't be able to go into it fully now, I'm just going to talk about the opening of the article and I'll address other points, of course, as we get down the road. But in this very long article, he begins by saying, I'm going to go into a particular incident that he says kind of is representative of the movie and I'm going to debunk this incident and in debunking it. I'm sort of debunking the whole strategy of the movie. Interestingly, the incident he picks is not directly related to elections at all. It was a way of validating the geo tracking data in the movie. Greg Phillips and Catherine engelbrecht were having trouble getting the Georgia authorities to take to look at this geo tracking data because it's never been applied before to this area. And so they said, okay, well let's solve a murder. Let's try to help solve a prominent murder and they actually chose to murder. We only feature one in the film. I'll feature a bolt in a book that I'm writing that goes with the film. But Catherine and Greg basically said, let's take a murder and let's see if our geo tracking evidence can help to solve it. And of course, we feature this in the movie, it's a siria Turner murder young black girl shot in a vehicle during a BLM riot that occurred in Atlanta and right about the time the summer of 2020. Now, according to Philip bump, the facts of the story are misrepresented in the movie because according to him, although the movie talks about two suspects having been arrested, subsequently, he goes one of the suspects was arrested right

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'2000 Mules' Is the Most Popular Political Documentary in a Decade

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:16 min | Last month

'2000 Mules' Is the Most Popular Political Documentary in a Decade

"The film 2000 meals is now the most successful political documentary in a decade. Wow. Just crossed $10 million in gross revenue. And look for a for the Titanic or big Hollywood movie that's not a big number, but for political documentary, it's kind of unheard of. And especially because the documentary hasn't had the normal type of mass theatrical release, which I've had for my own early films. We had a limited theatrical and we went on a very adventurous road. Let's have the film on Salem now, Salem now dot com and also on the rumble platform called locals. And that's just 2000 mules dot locals dot com. And then, of course, DVDs, so I nevertheless, with this kind of strategy of putting the film on un cancellable platforms, it is taken off. And not just we're not just talking about the revenue. I'm always happy to pay back my investors, so they'll do it again. But also in terms of influence. It really reshaping the way people think about our elections, really changing the debate on what happened in the 2020 election, all of

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Dinesh Answers Ben Shapiro's Questions About '2000 Mules'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:14 min | Last month

Dinesh Answers Ben Shapiro's Questions About '2000 Mules'

"But I want to talk now about a couple of well, just responsible questions, raised about the film. By Ben Shapiro, and by others, one of them is simply this. Hey, dinesh, we do not see in the film. The same guy making multiple trips to a Dropbox. In other words, making more than one Dropbox visit, the same guy. Not different people doing it. And we know that you have geo tracking showing it, but we don't see it. Now, this is true. But let me tell you why it's true. And it's true because most of these drop boxes, sadly, have no surveillance footage. They just don't. And so even though the geo tracking, by the way, the geo tracking is more reliable than video footage for the same reason that DNA is more reliable than an eyewitness. DNA shows you you'd left a hair or a drop of blood on the crime scene and it's your DNA you were there. Now, an eyewitness could be mistaken. It could be people who look similar, so eyewitness evidence is good on top of the technological level. And so if geo tracking shows, a mule going from one Dropbox to another to another to another, let's say between two and 3 a.m. in the morning and it turns out that on the 5th Dropbox that happens to be surveillance footage and you know that this guy was there at a specific moment in a day and time and you look on the video at that day and that time and there he is, boom, you've proven your case. You've established it clearly that geo tracking supports the video, the video confirms the geo tracking, so it seems to me what Ben Shapiro is kind of asking for is unreasonable. It's kind of like saying, you've got a serial killer, you went to 5 different homes and committed a murder, you left his DNA, by the way, all of them. We have the DNA. We know he was there. And Ben's like, well, wait a minute. I don't see video of him in all 5 homes. Well, yeah, that's because there's only one home that had cameras, and he is on the camera at the exact time that you would expect there he is. But because the other homes didn't have cameras, I can't show you him, even though I can prove definitively through technological evidence that he was, in fact,

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Charlie's Advice for Students Being Alienated for Their Beliefs

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:12 min | Last month

Charlie's Advice for Students Being Alienated for Their Beliefs

"I was wondering if you could give some encouraging words to students who are being alienated by teachers. Their communities and their friends because of their Christian or conservative values. That's a really important question. So students that raise your hand if you think you've been great at differently or treated differently because your beliefs basically every hand goes up. So that's right. Marco says worth it. Yeah, look, I want to say this. So there's a disagreement on the right. And I have a lot of respect for Ben Shapiro, but he has a different answer than I do on this. And I'll kind of say this. So Ben, and this is not precisely your question, but I'll incorporate it. So the question, here's the question, do you lie on your term paper or how you present yourself to your professors to get a good grade? That's a question a lot of people ask, right? It's easier to kind of hide and to not confront things. So Ben says, yes, lie, misrepresent your beliefs, get the good grade and get through college or high school. I see it differently. I do not believe getting a good grade is nearly as important as creating strong people, filled with integrity, willing to fight for truth at all. And so now why am I bringing this up? Because if you wanted to kind of, those of you that are conservative, wanted to have an easier life than just pretend to not be a conservative and just keep your head down and just pretend to be something that you're not and delete your social media. I think there's a lot more important things in life than that. So the word of encouragement is this first something that is true that you don't want to hear and then something that is true that you probably will want to hear. It's never going to stop. You will be harassed called names, demonized, victimized. You will be smeared and slandered. You will lose a lot of your friends. And you'll doubt whether it's all worth it. Sound fun, right? Well, here's the second thing though. You will be a stronger, tougher, more resilient person that will look around at your peers one day while they're worried about whether or not they're being called the right pronouns, and you will be you will have your direction, you'll have resolve, you'll have an intestinal fortitude. You'll have Gusto that will run circles around an increasingly fragile society and you will have what is so lacking in America

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Facebook Fact Checkers Are Now Marking Posts Made a Year Ago

The Dan Bongino Show

01:42 min | Last month

Facebook Fact Checkers Are Now Marking Posts Made a Year Ago

"They went in fact checked the post from a year ago about a COVID post that I made That was largely true The information has since was updated later Now to be fair I put an update on the post because I don't want inaccurate data to do but they want in fact check the post for a year ago knowing the information had been updated but knowing there was no way to know that information at the time You get what they did Now why did they do that It's like them go here's the statement example of how egregious what they did is And I'll tell you why they did it in a minute This is how disgusting fake book in these fact checkers are My page and Ben Shapiro are the two leading conservative pages in the country It's not a brag it's just a fact We get a lot of traffic It drives fake book nuts There is nothing they want more than to make my page go away because of its popularity because you go and share it They are been trying forever with relentless fact checks every day Now their entire Facebook $1 trillion company army They still can't make it go away because they can never prove I say anything is false but here's their new trick It's like me and Jim having a conversation that mets are playing pretty good right now I know that because Jim drives me crazy with his mets updates I don't care about every day But because I love him I pretend I'm interested If Jim were to say to me right now on the air Dan the mets are definitely gonna win the World Series right Now we don't know because the World Series isn't until October right I don't know if they delay it with the strike but Bobby October right Okay So the World Series in October What fake book does now to attack my page Is they go back after the World Series is over and they fact check Jim say no no no no may such and such Jim said the mets would win Folks that's what they do

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Has the Left Learned How to Define a Woman?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:16 min | 2 months ago

Has the Left Learned How to Define a Woman?

"According to the American left, four days ago, they didn't know what women were. And over the course of the last three days they have rediscovered what women are. And the reality, according to the American left, is that women are tools, they're pawns, their pieces on a chess board to be moved around for the political benefit of American left elected officials and politicians. That's what women are. There have been people going around college campuses, including Friends from the daily wire, like Matt Walsh and people like Michael Knowles and Ben Shapiro and a whole bunch of people are going to college campuses, things that I don't do. Charlie Kirk and others and asking, you know, what does a woman do all of these? You know, college educated students, the very best of the best. That the brightest institutions of higher learning across the country and asking them a very simple basic biological question, what is a woman?

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Biologist Colin Wright Describes His Political Journey

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:44 min | 2 months ago

Biologist Colin Wright Describes His Political Journey

"So have you seen that tweet from Elon Musk that everybody is talking about? Even Ben Shapiro had to play with it, put a box on it and say something about the overton window trying to be very, very, very smart. This is the image that Elon talked about that everybody's misinterpreting. It is a delightful image about my fellow liberals conservatives on one side of a scale in 2008. I got to remember this is radio as well. So we describe it for you. It's a scale. Then in 2012, what happens the left runs away from the center and last year in 2021, the progressives have gone radical left, the center has moved and they've pulled it and little on me is left in the middle, and I'm called a bigot. Why did he repost it? When did he get it from? Well, there's an individual who I reached out to when I saw him very graciously tweet, hey, thanks, Elon, for using my image. He didn't say, hey, dude, where do you steal it from? We're delighted to have Colin Wright biologist with us. He's the founder of reality's last stand. Welcome to America first. Yeah, I appreciate you having me on here. Thank you. So you've been a guest on my buddy's podcast trigonometry. I'm going to post that video guys, watch it. But let's get to this news breaking viral image. A lot of people don't get it. Explain what you meant by that time elapsed graph. Yeah, this really just explains my own political journey, the title for it originally had was my political journey. You know, I've been a lifelong Democrat. I've always voted Democrat in my life, voted Barack Obama two times, voted for Hillary and the first Trump election, and then Tulsi Gabbard in the last one. So Democrat Democrat Democrat. What I'm showing in that cartoon is between 2008. Let's put the image up while Collins talking. Go ahead. Yeah, so what it shows is between 2008 and 2021. I've remained in the same place. I used to be squarely on the left next to my fellow liberals, but over time the people to my left sort of ran out to the left, dragging the political spectrum out with them, and then dragging the center of the political spectrum past me so that I'm now basically on the right now. Even though I've just remained completely stationary and where I've been, my values haven't changed. But now I find myself in this weird position that you are currently finding themselves in, of being called a bigot for holding views that were completely normalized just 5 years

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'This Is What Happens When the Rightwing Media Doesn't Do Their Job'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:06 min | 4 months ago

'This Is What Happens When the Rightwing Media Doesn't Do Their Job'

"Focus on talking to Brandon struck, so Brandon, you said that you feel lonely, you don't feel that people have been letting you tell your story. And it's one of the reasons I'm so grateful that I get to do that because people in America need to understand what's happening. There are voices in the conservative media even like Ben Shapiro who have said really negative things about the January 6th folks that something, you know, throw the book at them or something. And I try myself to process how they are perceiving things or what world do they live in and who do they think was there on January 6th? I don't mean Ben Shapiro specifically. I mean, just generally speaking that there are many we know that there are many conservatives that I don't know if it's the Pence wing or the I don't know what wing they think they are. The national review wing, they don't they don't seem to think the way you do or I do. But anyway, keep telling us your story because it's good for us to try to process this together. Right. Well, you know, the example that you use with Ben Shapiro and other people. I mean, this is what happens when the right wing media or conservative media doesn't do their job. This is what happens. So to me, I think Ben Shapiro is a good guy. I like Ben Shapiro. But I think based off of comments like that. It's obvious to me that he's buying into the left wing narrative about January 6th and not accepting any nuance, which is my whole point here. If you smashed windows or if you harmed somebody or if you did damage, I think you deserve to be prosecuted accordingly for that. But I don't think if you're somebody who is standing outside of the building and didn't do anything violent or destructive and you got charged with nonviolent misdemeanor disorderly conduct as I did, you deserve to be labeled a terrorist and an insurrectionist. And that's what's happening

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How Can Conservatives Effectively Communicate With Americans?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:27 min | 7 months ago

How Can Conservatives Effectively Communicate With Americans?

"Will. We are back with the brand new. He's shiny, he's so new. He is especially his forehead. Well, we're not doing this TMI. TMI. We're talking to doctor Kevin Roberts coming from the great Republic of Texas to head the heritage foundation follow him at I'll tell you right now. I had it. Kevin Roberts TX and heritage. We're talking about his new article, his vision for the conservative mothership. We're going to talk about your lawsuit. Super excited. Getting into the trenches against the Biden administration, but first Baghdad, my bug bear, and this is what I helped heritage with for a little bit. Andrew brought up was right. Politics is downstream from culture. By the time an issue arrives in this fetid stinking swamp, I don't care what it is. Second Amendment, abortion, the border. By the time it's here, it has been settled 20 years ago in Hollywood in the media on social. It's irrelevant really what happens in this city. My worry is we still don't get what Andrew taught us. We love to have the PowerPoints. Here's the laffer curve. Here's another slide, but we forgotten what Reagan did, which is communicate emotionally Ben Shapiro. I'm sorry Ben, if you're listening, you're wrong. Yes, facts don't care about your feelings, but feelings win elections. We have the truth, Ronald Reagan had it, but he could communicate it emotionally. Mild boss president Trump, whatever you thought about him, there was no question he loved America when he came out on that stage. It was genuine. What is he going to take for the conservative movement at large to get back to that point where it's not just data and slides, but communicating with Americans? You are 100% right. I'm not saying that just to be agreeable, but you're a 100% right. And the good news is that we are we have learned that. And some examples are, the recent election in Virginia. Yes. Not just Glenn youngkin, but also scores of steakhouse candidates, right? Right. And how were they communicating? They were leading with the emotion. They were leading with something in particular which is acknowledging the frustration that these aforementioned apolitical parents had about the indoctrination. And then they were saying, guess what? If you elect me, I've got the facts to back this up and I've got the policy solutions to do it. And so I think the logical extension of your question is, what's the heritage foundation going to do to make that permanent? And it's to make sure that we lead with those emotional

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The Danger of the 'Shoulder Shruggers'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:01 min | 9 months ago

The Danger of the 'Shoulder Shruggers'

"And we're back one on one with Jennifer hood. What do you say to those who often November have just kind of given up and they said, they're just gonna steal it again and I don't make a difference. I call those people the shoulders, shrugs, and I see them all the time in my home state of California. It's California. It doesn't matter if I show up. And guess what? We probably lost the recall because those people didn't show up because they thought it didn't matter. So even if you question the system, I do. That doesn't mean you get to stay home. Of course, as much as possible, get involved, this next election in 2022, 2024, it's going to come down to voter registration. It's going to come down to outreach. In many places, where you have to go out and collect ballots because ballot harvesting is legal in certain places now. These are things that we have to be ready to do. We have to be ready to volunteer. And even if even if you think you live in a blue state, like California, find a race that you're passionate about. Whatever it has to be, that you feel like will move the needle a little bit. This is what we have to do strategic. All hands on deck or we don't have a

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Jennifer Horn Describes What the MAGA Movement Meant to Her

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:17 min | 9 months ago

Jennifer Horn Describes What the MAGA Movement Meant to Her

"Welcome back to one on one with Jennifer hoon. You have been very open Jennifer. In your political stance, you are a proud supporter of the concept of making America great again. You are proud bearer and wearer of all things America first. The merchandise that is. My weekend wear. It's a weekend. When it's not sparkly, it's America first stuff that you can get at our store. Talk to us. We should get some sequined maga stuff for me, by the way. Is that off brand? Well, I can hang. Yeah, that's okay. Talk to us about your take and not the California perspective or the radio show host perspective. Told us about what the maga movement meant to you and the significance of this non politician becoming a president 5 years ago. Well, I think the maga movement meant a lot to me and I identified it really, really early on, and it's because of my it's because of my roots being planted in California that I think it sunk in so much for me. So I can remember clear as day that morning in June. I was Scott walker to the max. You know, there were these rumblings about Donald Trump, maybe jumping in or not, didn't know too much about what he would say didn't know if it was going to be serious or not. Thought, you know what, the more the merrier, it didn't, you know, it didn't make me sad that he was thinking about it. But I remember getting ready for work, and I was sitting on my bed, putting on my shoes. I can visualize this. And I see him come down the escalator with Melania and I see him come to that podium and the very first thing that he talked about was immigration. The very first thing and Seb, I've lived in a border state, my entire life, and I have seen people get left behind. I've seen people living in the shadows. I've seen our school in our hospitals, just get run down because they couldn't handle the load of people using them. And I thought, this is the only man that I have seen that is brave enough to tackle this as the first issue that he's I mean, he walked off the elevator and started talking about immigration. And I mean, that was incredibly brave. Most politicians do not have the backbone to go to a controversial issue like immigration first

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"ben shapiro" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

05:31 min | 10 months ago

"ben shapiro" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"It's nice and really important to get it right. So let's talk for a second about where we are now in twenty twenty one now. I was seventeen years old in In two thousand and one it's been half a generation a huge number of americans not only don't remember mantle eleven to live for nine eleven i and so there seems to be this sort of counterfactual assumption and a matter what we did post nine eleven. We bound not to have another terror attack and because there was no further severe terror attack on american soil Spectacular attack like nine eleven. There's an assumption that no matter what we did it was never going to happen and we may very well see the results of that sort of thinking in exactly the same way that we saw the results that sort of thinking on nine eleven given the fact that you have the president of the united states right now saying that al qaeda was not in afghanistan. We'd routed them out. They are right back in afghanistan. Hi connie network which is kinda associated with helping to quote unquote handles security at at the kabul international airport and you have isis which obviously extraordinarily active over there. Are we experiencing a similar national failure of nation. Like on the late nineties we certainly are are experiencing some forgetfulness about what happened on september eleventh and what transpired after it. I hear a lot about the mistakes that we made that The obama administration made the trump administration. Made yeah in twenty years so we made some mistakes but in an enterprise. This tough this difficult. You're gonna make some mistakes. What we did achieve though was a despite all of mistakes. besides missteps Maybe there were other ways to do things but we achieved what. I did not think possible on september twelfth which was not another attack it was frightening after nine eleven we had a we had streams of intelligence talking about radiological attacks on washington. Dc smallpox attacks on the country constant a threats of another attack. It really wasn't until we captured collie chick mohammed. Who was the nine eleven planner. He was sort of feel general for For north america that we had a sense of what they might have been planning. And we're able to begin to act on it. It wasn't until we were able to take out some of these nests to To work with the world actually to Trace their their financing in ways that led us to some of their people and so what this bodice was an opportunity to really do the hard work of counterterrorism. I remember ben on at the president's speech To the congress the joint session of congress he said that this fight on terrorism will long will be In place long. After i'm gone and many of my successors and we lost patience because perhaps we forgot what was like on september twelfth and thirteenth and fourteenth when it was terrifying to go onto an airplane when it was terrifying to go into the center of new york city when we worried that the anthrax attacks were actually foreign attacks. Yes i think. We have a bit of amnesia. And i can't blame. You know my students here at stanford who weren't even conscious on a september eleventh but i surely don't understand how those who were in the congress and the senate those who were in positions of authority at that time how they forgotten that. I can't that. I can't forgive secretary. Let's talk about some of the other geostrategic implications. What just happened in afghanistan. He's obviously one major. Geostrategic implication is the rise of jihadism. Basically everywhere in osama bin laden said in the up to nine eleven that he thought that america was a paper tiger Certainly that impression seems to be taking routes across the jihadist world. The iranians have been getting very aggressive in their talk about developing a nuclear weapon. I and obviously terror groups of already seeped back into afghanistan and there. There is a rally this week with with members of jihadist groups. Now holding a mock fuel for the united state complete with with the coffins. But there's also some major geostrategic implications for china and russia despite the state department's newfound enthusiasm for large-scale letter sending to the taliban. They said they've gotten over one hundred countries to sign a letter to the taliban urging them to allow people to leave china and russia. Were not on that list of countries. The un security council resolution. That called for freedom of movement from afghanistan's did not include try did not include russia both abstain china's already. Obviously on the way toward recognizing the taliban is legitimate regime in afghanistan which ways of major shift from ninety six to two thousand one only three countries on planet earth actually recognized the taliban regime. Saudi arabia you a in pakistan. Now you have major regimes that are going to do so. Probably including the united states given that we have to bribe them to get people out the russians a continued to nurture their relationship with the taliban. And you know as far as other countries it would be astonishing to me if the russians don't look with envious is latvia and estonia and the chinese. Don't look at taiwan and say to themselves what exactly are limiter or credibility is not divisible. You can't lose credibility in one place and maintain it and other places because people look at the totality of what you've become and Now i think we should remember that in the run-up to nine eleven al-qaeda got bolder and bolder i. There was the attack on the world trade center in new york. And then there was the attack on our embassies and in one thousand nine hundred. Eighty eight In tanzania and kenya. Then there was the attack on the cole and then there was the attack of nine eleven Each time we didn't respond. They got bolder..

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"ben shapiro" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

03:24 min | 10 months ago

"ben shapiro" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Giving people a couple of decades to move from app absolute tyranny. I and tribalism toward something remotely resembling. Accuracy actually takes a fair but a time. But what do you make of of the development of afghanistan's government. Well i'm glad you mentioned the south. Korean government been They were actually a military dictatorship while onto Yes let the afghan government. And and i thought this every day is national security secretary We were never able to get a hand on their corruption. And we're never able to get a handle on the drug trade there's no doubt about that that full stop and it did Undermine and erode confidence of the afghan population in their government there. There's also no doubt about that but they aren't alone in Being a government that was That had a problem with corruption. And i thought that this last government was trying to to deal with some of those problems. It takes time sometimes through corruption. But whatever you think about the afghan government and their problems with corruption their problems with the with the drug trade. Their problems with tribalism They were far cry from the taliban which was executing women in a soccer stadium given to them by the united nations and when they were asked about this these taliban leaders they said well actually you need to give us another stadium so we can continue to execute people in this one and then we can play games in the other one. So you don't. Let's let's look at the comparative perspective. Here yes. this was an afghan government that was challenged but it wasn't the taliban and it was afghan government that tried to help us When i hear people say well you know. The afghan people obviously didn't want us there You know we see how many afghans hundreds of thousands of afghans were willing to sign on to the american effort to try to build their country a better way who were willing to give their lives to try to build their country in a better way and who. Oh by the way we're willing to help us to build counterterrorism capabilities. That made us safer. I hope when the history of this is written that we will remember that this twenty years that we bought because we were on afghan territory fighting the counterterrorism fight alongside afghans alongside allies from nato using intelligence assets that we had developed to find bin laden and kill him in pakistan that that twenty years bought us a piece that i did not think possible on september twelfth. If you had told me we weren't gonna have a big attack like september eleventh again. I would have told you you were out of your mind. And so let's not forget what this twenty years bought for us. And oh by the way that it did by a chance for the afghan people At something better so secretary raisin in just one second on a talk about that. Because i think that there has been a a sort of willpower failure in the united states senate and certainly a failure of imagination the rivals the failures of imagination taking place in the pre nine eleven era. I we have to talk about policy genius. So here's the thing. If you're a responsible adult you need life insurance right there people who rely on you. God forbid something should happen to you. You need to make sure your stream of income is in gone to properly provide for your family. Most people need ten times life insurance coverage they get through their employer policy. Genius makes.

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"ben shapiro" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

07:13 min | 10 months ago

"ben shapiro" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Dot com slash. Ben my wife. And i love our helix sleep mattress. We get on that thing every night. It is made for us and we sleep like babies. You can to helixsleep dot com slash. Ben okay. so let's talk about the various arguments that made in favor of withdrawal. Someone which i think are just disconnected from reality secretary rice that the one that you hear the most is that this was an endless war. You heard president biden. Say that repeatedly over the course of the last several months by the time we left we had a troop level that was basically ranking number nine in terms of countries where we actually had troops. We had under three thousand troops in afghanistan. We had had zero combat casualties since february of twenty twenty and yet there seemed to be this great urgent drive to remove all troops as soon as possible under the rubric of endless war. And what did you make of that particular argument. While when the american presidents keeps telling the american people that this is an endless war that we have to get out of Even if they're not paying a lot of attention because afghanistan had gone quieter as you noted They're going to start to think it's an endless war and we have to get out of it And here i will say. I don't think we had the best policies is and i've said this before under the trump administration either This notion that america clinton sustain a few thousand troops In a strategically vital part of the world where we were still fighting. Terrorists and terrorist resurgence Where we had an airbase that could help us keep an eye on both pakistan not that stable a place with nuclear weapons and iran one are probably our most of our our pitched enemy in the middle east. The idea that we couldn't sustain that is a great power as a superpower was really extraordinary. And here's the argument. I would have hoped we would have said We are a country. That benefited for a couple of centuries by our great oceans protecting us and peaceful neighbors to the north and the south. We found out on september eleventh that we weren't protected. We decided we were going to take the war to them. So we didn't have to fight it on our soil that means that we need to deploy our forces to fight them out there so we don't have to fight them in here. That means that we may have to deploy small numbers contents of american forces. Intelligence assets and military hardware ford in places like afghanistan where we can with allies from around the world as well as with afghan allies. Continue to prosecute the war on terror. So we don't have to prosecute it at home. I wish somebody had made that argument. Maybe we should take responsibility. Ben those of us in the bush administration for not making that argument more forcefully enough We were pleased with the good. We were doing for the afghan people but they did a lot of good for us to in letting us use their tour territory for own protection. I would also have said we've done this forward deployment before our longest war is actually korea. It is an armistice not a victory in war. We have twenty eight thousand american forces on the korean peninsula because even a powerful korean south korean army can't stand alone against the north. And so why do we think that a younger weaker. Afghan army can stand alone against an insurgency but i would have made the strategic argument. I wish we'd made it better now. So secretary let's talk about the afghan army for a second because this is another excuse that's been used lately. Is the incredibly quick collapse of the afghan army. President biden himself is blamed. The afghan army suggested that they didn't have any will to fights that basically if they weren't capable of holding up their their own country at this point there was nothing that five or ten years would have done down the road. he's literally said that It seems to me that that is again. Utterly disconnected from the facts on the ground namely the fact that we built the afghan army so that they could explicitly work with us in specific ways and then removed all of their support basi's and told everyone in afghanistan. We were leaving while. I've heard many people. Now say maybe. We built the afghan army too much in our own image We built them Needing air power for instance and needing the support of our air power and then of course we took away The contractors that were maintaining The aircraft American pilots were no longer Flying and and training them and helping them to fly these air emissions You make a good point about Telling them that we were leaving I imagine the scene You know that the taliban which was making inroads. We have to be clear about that. The taliban goes into some area encounters afghan military personnel Says you do know that the americans are leaving. You're going to be left here with us If you resist we're going to kill your children So how about you come over to our side and lay down your weapons It's not hard to see. Why the morale of the afghan army collapsed under those circumstances when we didn't even tell the new commander of bog rem air force base to whom we were turning it over in the afghan commander that we were leaving. We left in the middle of the night We did we did nothing. Really the shore up their sense of their ability to fight. And if one thing really Really rankles me this idea that They didn't fight. They chose to to surrender to the taliban they lost sixty. Six thousand people in this war was talking with Some of my colleagues Former military officers they talk about A general who we now think An afghan general who we now think is trapped behind taliban lines Who lost both his legs in a fight. A firefight that we were involved in and he can't get out couldn't get to the airport. I thought that One thing really bothered me. It was the The heartlessness of talking about afghan fighters in that way when they'd given so much Yes people surrendered. They surrendered rather quickly. But i don't think we gave them a chance secretary rice. One of the things that's been said is the afghan government was corrupt. There were serious corruption issues going back to the karzai administration in afghanistan that the united states was never able to sort of wrap our arms around that and thus there is not any support for the interim government or for the the current national government of afghanistan. New real measure that the tribalism was eventually going to replace that anyway It seems to me that there's a bit of historical ignorance when it comes to comparative situations in the the south korean government in holding election is whole the eighties. Literally there for thirty to forty years before they held the free and fair election So giving people a couple of decades to move from app absolute tyranny. I and tribalism toward something remotely resembling. Accuracy actually takes a fair but a time. But what do you make of of the development of afghanistan's government. Well i'm glad you mentioned the south. Korean government been They were actually a military dictatorship while onto.

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"ben shapiro" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"ben shapiro" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

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"ben shapiro" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"ben shapiro" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"We'll have troops in the quote unquote advisory capacity back in afghanistan. All right next question comes from jeff in illinois as a teacher. Oh god bless you. Jeff what is the best way to address. And debunk the debate of critical race. Theory within the walls of the school building. So i think that the best way to handle it. If you're told to to handle it is to explain what critical race theory is and then explain why it's wrong. So critical race theory is basic notion. Is that neutral things like individual rights are actually just a cover for racial superiority. And inferiority and racial hierarchies. I think that coming to grips with the falsity of that pointing out that that is not true pointing i. It's very easy to point out that. The evils of american history i replicated nearly everywhere else on earth. The good of american history is replicated. Nearly nowhere else on planet earth and that is a pretty simple way of understanding. Why it is that. The united states is a good country and was founded on good principles even though the founders very often not live up to those principles at the time. How's your hand doing so far. So good i mean i sound like literally ten thousand points the other night so yeah we're signing the real deal right now guys so you know. Get that ready. I think ice bucket for you the end. I don't know my husband uses it when he's grilling on its green egg. But you know you you can use it when your your husband is like a pirate. Eric is a pirate biking. Think once you call them like a a lumber sexual well. that's clearly true. Like i saw a picture of him recently. Got the beard. He's more biking now. He's got like the long hair go. It's it's a long shoulder-length likings mixed with miami vice. I think and and generous wife what brings home the bacon the fair also. I mean he. He's a very handsome biking man. Yeah let's your your babies are very we're staying in california we're just going to be fruitful and multiply and then hopefully in eighteen years. The voting block is like you're delusional. But you know enjoy. Enjoy the ride all right. I think we have another a third authoritarian. Moment her go gonna hit what i know. I'm actually break. how'd you get. That black guy was a scheme by the god king. No all right this one. Oh this jean ping yeah bad guy times this over here. One hundred year anniversary of the chinese communist party. You know the guys responsible for cova. Let's take a forty million people nearly forty all right so we had a bit of a mike emergency. They're just like you guys in on the behind. The scenes turned into a scene from singing in the rain. or lina. lamont is trying to hide the microphone and and it's It's actually in the bushes but then it's also like in the bustle. So that's such a good movie though is a great movie. gene kelly. All right all right so talk about that one but sing like good morning. Nowh- i really don't actually so yes. I'd rather talk about the communist chinese party. And i gotta say the audience is like just get assigned books to the show. Stop with the singing again. That were all like that very often. It's been it's been so long alicia but in any case Yes there's winnie the pooh writing down the street to the cheers of throngs of people who are in place if they if they don't go paying has as rian shrine dictatorship in china in incredible ways his predecessor wednesday bo was was famously. A person who's supposedly attempting to open the economy and then it was going to reveal new sort of open politics and it never happened. It turns out that the going theory in the west which is that if you provide economic benefit and free trade to countries that this somehow makes them less dictatorial remains an unproven theory and instead it turns out that weaponized and capitalism against the west. Yeah just it's kind of like putin. They just give it to all their buddies in their oligarchs until they send you to siberian camp somewhere. All right next question comes from emile in quebec city quebec canada. Just like yourself. I'm a huge fan of western movies and classical music. Which western movie score is your favorite. That's a good one of the best. One is clearly magnusson seven and then it's clearly the best western score although i do have a soft spot for Dmitri tamken score in gunfight at the ok corral because it has one of those opening songs where they actually sing. You know about the plot. Yeah i kind of kind kinda dig that but yeah the score to magnificence. Heaven is fantastic number. Bernstein is is the western composer. It all sounds like oakland by the way. Sounds like aaron copland interesting. All right this comes from kevin and tampa florida. What is position on global warming. Is it real or not and given your reasoning to. Why also if israel will it affect us in the near future okay. So the answer is that by all available data that i had seen a global warming is real even people who are sort of lukewarm acknowledged. The gold mornings rather serious debate over. How much human is affecting global warming and more importantly what we can do right now because once the is in the air it stays up there for ten thousand years. It ain't come down anytime soon. So the the euro perks for example. If we had undertaken that it would have really done very little to actually lower the trajectory of the climate. The same thing is true of the paris accords. Which we're going to do very little. The number one on planet earth by far right now is trying to the united states has been lowering its emissions because we have better technology and natural gas which left doesn't like apparently and they also don't like nuclear power if we actually want to focus on mitigating the effects of global warming. That's gonna be a lot. Easier and humans are much better at adapting rather than changing entire ways of life that have added enormous carbon based fossil fuels an unbelievable boon to humanity and people who don't have them are literally burning dung in their homes right now and then dying of the attendant diseases so fossil fuels are great. The only problem is of course that this does have an impact on the climate. That is a slow rolling impact. It's going to be felt over. The course of the century human beings have an excellent way of adapting to the sort of stuff. So if you actually want to spend money on stuff what we should be spending money on his development of technologies like g engineering to change the weather for that worried about it or developing technologies to suck carbon out of the air or building walls. Or if you're worried about miami being underwater wing and build some more seawalls because there are lots of cities in the united states that exists below the sea level and the same thing is true all over the world but then there's this sort of weird idea about global warming that because the earth is gradually warming over the course of the century that we are going to see catastrophic murder by the environment of billions of people and hundreds of millions are gonna die right. I mean and none of this has turned out to be true in her. It turns out that when people see the weather changing they tend to move or they tend to leave these particular areas. And that's not great. I mean that's not ideal but it also is what humans have done for literally all of human history. The you'll recall that there used to be an actual like bridge between russia on this end and alaska right. I mean sarah palin could see it from her house and the and that no longer exists because the climate is constantly changing and because the water level rises and falls and you have icebergs that exist. You know five hundred years ago that don't exist now And that's not the end of the world. It may not be ideal for people who are living in particular places but human beings are great adaptation. It's the one thing that we are the best we create technologies. We move we. We can change sort of how we how we live. What is really hard is to say to everybody right. Now turn off your air conditioner. Stop driving a car. Stop using fossil fuels and it's one thing to to a bunch of richy riches in france and the uk and the united states. Judy you're gonna seriously like you're going to go over to africa. And you're gonna say to people you know what you're living in. Abject poverty what we really need from you is to live in abject poverty for like a long time because at least you're carbon emissions are really low. They know that is not that. It's not a solution. All right next question comes from rob. I'm sorry rob. I know you're in the great state of georgia..

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06:58 min | 1 year ago

"ben shapiro" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Think. The right will be proactive in their political approach rather than playing catch up. I have the same exact question girl. Also when the timing is appropriate the current pandemic. Would you consider coming to australia to do a special so. I think the answer is right now. I think the rate is getting much more active. And then as far as coming austrailia i would love to come to australia. Ever opened up again. Yeah i mean it is incredible. They're shutting out australian after like four cases of this is nuts. I mean the book. I really focus i. I do have a chapter on the perversion of science in the book. About the attempt to turn science as a process into science has the institution and then the use of science has an institution to just push forward a bunch of crap that is completely anti-scientific. Which is what you're seeing with regard to cova and asking policy and lockdown policy again. But i mean the the actual governmental authoritarianism that we are now seeing and being accepted by heretofore. Free people's people being like yeah. You know i understand that. There's no science back. But sure i'm still going to mask up in front of my children or i'm going to ask my children or what if we all just locked down here because there's one case of covet like what are we are we that fearful regular life that we that we're willing to give this much power to idiot. Bureaucrats like these people can't even tie their own shoes and you're telling them they can move. Your life has never met a politician. Be like man. I wish that were in charge of my bank account. Not a single human being has ever had this man that that that guy was my congressman to have him. Come over and babysit mike. It's not a single human being has ever had that thought and yet we're like what if they told us how to handle our bank account or tell us how to raise our kids. Have no about not all of this garbage. All the next question comes from oliver. Who is in melbourne australia. Man you've got lots of osce fans that's super bowl. Who says dear ben. How important is it that the united states keeps it strong relationships with countries like their home in australia when it comes to issues such as china and other international events taking place in the indo pacific usually important so people neglect the fact that australia is super duper close to china and that the the western country that is actually feeling the heat. The most right now is australia. China has threatened to cut off business. Ties threatened close shipping lanes to australia. Australia is an ally. Japan is an ally with a lot of allies in that region. There are things that we can do there Yeah i frankly. I think that that. Reentering some form of the trans-pacific partnership which was actually a trade block. It was directed against the chinese would be would be a good thing but yeah i mean australia stance and we need to be right behind them for sure. All right so next question comes from elizabeth eliza. I hope you. Lisa in marietta california. What is one of your favorite fictional books or book theory. That's a good. Wow man i have so many fiction. Books that i absolutely door The one that i actually just bought a signed autograph copy of a book that it was in a copy of fahrenheit. Four fifty one bradberry. Which i think is just a masterwork And it's so it's so well read that it's actually underrated right. This happened some time. There's a movie that's been seen so many times. Now it's such a great movie and then you watch your like. They actually is a great movie right. Wizard vase is one of those movies where people are against one of the great movies of all time. It's so unbelievable and then everybody watches it and you forget how good it is and then you watch it again like. There's a tremendous film. Same thing with Fahrenheit four fifty. One i as all the russians are great and depressing The mark twain isn't steak. I'm a big fan of herman. Melville's writing Harley is great. i mean skill mockingbird. Isn't there a couple of more obscure books. That i really like and always recommend if you're looking for in an obscure novel a depressing but wonderful novel is called. Every man dies alone by a guy named hans villava which is about A couple of resisting. The nazis in nineteen forty one. Germany i and the and the other book is a book called the secret of santa vittoria which is also world war. Two book but much more injured by robert. Crichton was big. They made a movie out of it with anthony. Quinn i and it's a. It's a really really fun read. It's a great book. Are you like read the book before you watch the movie guy always. Yeah so i recently this year. Our friend bethany mandel in our homeschooling curriculum read The car nathaniel outage which is a good and apparently was one of the first disney films peninsula plus racist or something. I don't know they call the racist lady in the trump. Probably actually all right next question comes from. Jk in nashua new hampshire. Hey ben will. The dodgers regret having spent so much money on the mookie betts contract. I don't. I don't do sports ball guys so i hope i'm saying that name right you you did it right Yes okay. I mean yes. There's been an awful lot of money in which was the two hundred and fifty million dollars. Something something like that is an unbelievable now. Listen the dodgers still the team. You're not gonna like go bankrupt but it's but yeah that they spent a lot of money on a contract and how are your thoughts during good this year. Yes they had their good and they have a lot of a lot of guys on the deal. They're coming back off the deal. If the best pitching staff in the majors the disabled list. Oh okay all right. Next question comes from jack in wesley. Chapel florida hello. Here's a couple of questions. You only get one book though. Okay jack what's in your opinion. The most damaging thing to america the by the by the administration has done so far. And secondly do you think that trump has a better shot of winning in two thousand twenty four or disentis. Thank you in advance. okay so Most damaging thing that biden has done. So i'm going to put this on three tracks. Because i think that there are three really really damaging things that he's doing demining number one is that he came into office pledging to be a unifying moderate and then he has proceeded to polarize america along racial lines. With all this crap. About how if you're in favor of voter id. Then it's the same as jim. Crow and radically exacerbating social problems in the united states from number two. Is he spending more money than has ever yet been created by manor god and that is going to have significant downstream effects already having inflationary effects right now but re shifting the way that americans think about the economy is a really bad thing. And it's going to have real over the next decade or so including extraordinarily slow growth. And finally i think that his entire approach to foreign policy which seems to be to revivify connections with countries. That are terrible like iran While kowtowing to china and russia and pulling completely out of afghanistan. i know that there's a position on the right. That says pulling out of afghantistan is a great idea. I just. I don't understand that position to be frank with you. It does it does. We're not talking about an active war zone. We've had one combat casualty in afghanistan. eighteen months. it is more dangerous to be a cop in chicago than it is to be a soldier in american soldier afghanistan these days and keeping small footprint there to keep for example baghram airbase that we can launch air strikes against the taliban seems to me significantly more important than joe biden. Getting a very temporary political win. That is going down by the way in you. Watch the today show. I twenty seventh. We're supposed to be pulling out. Basically within the next couple of weeks alibi when we announced military pilots ten th. That's always always great e. I guess we're supposed to pull out completely by september eleventh though. This is some sort of win which is amazing. I mean that like that is so tone deaf. It's unbelievable so we're gonna hand back afghanistan on the anniversary of september eleventh to the people who house the people who committed september eleventh. I just i. it's it's mind boggling. By the end of november you're willing to see mass casualties swatter and the american people. Don't pay attention to foreign policy so as you ugly images on the tv. Which means the by my prediction by summer of next year..

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"ben shapiro" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

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06:09 min | 1 year ago

"ben shapiro" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"I you have to find a faculty adviser who's actually going to allow you to write on topics that are controversial and this is a hard thing. One of the things that happened in the university systems that the university system basically creates the self-perpetuating elite where professors who are left wing tend to approve thesis. Theses that are there are left-wing And so you have to find somebody who's willing to oversee or thesis if it happens to be a right wing thesis and then the reality is that you can do an awful lot With a position at not even a particularly prestigious college that a lot of professors In sort of conservative movement who are famous and have done extraordinary work From purchase at not particularly well known colleges. One of the you know sort of criminal justice. Mind who comes to mind right. now's wolford riley teaches at eastern kentucky university. It's not an ivy league school but the work that he's doing is deeply important. I and And i think that you know from perch at university. You can do a lot of a lot of this all right. This question comes from scott in irvine. Scotland scotland scotland. How do we prevent institutions from becoming weaponized in the future so the unfortunately the only way to do this would be to either. Have everybody understand. Weapons down or we just have mutual assured destruction. Those are the only two options right. Now there's this kind of wing of the conservative movement. It's like well. we should never use mutual destruction. You let them be the bad guys and we'll be the good guys and we'll sit over here and get our butts kicked and that's not a good strategy mean at a certain point. We have to convince the left that the best thing to happen here. Go back to neutrality with these institutions. And if they don't then we're going to do to these institutions what do the incident to the institutions. because we can't just sit there and allow them to run roughshod over purportedly neutral institutions. And then turn those against us that we we just can't do that. All right next. Question comes from my home state. And is eric in yukon oklahoma. Do you believe that. A conflict between china and the united states will actually happen and you have a prediction of the outcome of such a conference. It's hard to imagine an open military conflict between the united states and china directly. I think what is much. More imaginable is some form of proxy war in taiwan Or some form of proxy war in south china sea china does not want to get into a shooting war with the united states because we will win We we still do have significantly more military firepower. We were the greatest military force in the history of the world. Still and china knows that But what china also understands that. We are really really resins to use force with regard to china and they've got a lot of our corporations over a barrel because we opened our markets to them and they open their markets conditionally to our corporations and so. I think that the most likely scenario is gradual ratcheting up tensions the possibility of a shooting more exist. But it'd be mainly if if there is a mistake of intent. Right where china thanks. Okay well if we move on taiwan militarily the us isn't going to do anything and then the us feels that its line has been crossed and the us response in kind but And that is why. It's so ridiculous that the west has has basically done nothing in the face of chinese predation. Now be an excellent time to start suffering economic ties with china and if that costs americans money frankly i think americans are kinda up for. Considering the chinese unleash virus that has killed at least four million people worldwide including six hundred thousand americans. Yeah all right. Next question comes from tyler who is at mcguire. Air force base key says with the power that social media has and as it continues to grow. Do you think there will be a time in the future in which it becomes regulated by the federal government. And if so what are your thoughts on I'm deeply afraid that will become regulated by the federal government and there are a couple of different ways you could theoretically regulate social media. One is not bad way and one is a horrific way. This is why when you see people like on the left and the right they agree. Social media ought to be regulated. No they they do not actually left would like elizabeth warren to sit over social media and determine what good content looks like and i think that for the most part people on the right with like for social media go hands off in terms of policing quote unquote misinformation. Because we just don't trust their standards as what information constitutes. I think that as i've suggested before maybe the proper solution is to get rid of what's called the catch all clause in section thirty of the communications decency act that. That'd probably be the best policy solution. There's not widespread agreement for that. However i just. I can't see given the amount of air that social media has drawn. There won't be a president of some party who just in order to get. the win. does something in terms of policy that ends up has more power. The federal government the solution to failures of social media not to give the idiots who staff the federal government or power. And it's always. I always tell people. Think of the shoe on the other foot. Yeah you might like it when vitamins in there. But you ain't gonna like it if somebody else but only right. It's question comes from luke in pensacola florida. Who says hey ben. Welcome to florida. I know you've said you're not interested in public office but we could really use your help. Filling the shoes of governor disentis when he wins the presidency in twenty twenty four. Hey name it. Climate man name it climate. Please and thank you love your stuff. Oh i mean from your mouth. To god's ears with regard to governor to santa's you'll be an excellent president. He's an excellent governor Why would i ever run for office. It sounds absolutely horrendous money. Way are you kidding like him if you bought books right now right. This very instance. How is this possible. I mean it's incredible but also also like The the reality is that that campaigning and asking people for money and having to shake my message. Because i want to win office. And like i've worked at a five hundred. Eighty three and going to people and asking them for money is really uncomfortable. And really kinda terrible and then if you win then you go live in tallahassee right which is like okay i guess but not his love for the sunshine. State only goes so far folks. The kush restaurants are there in tallahassee. I don't even eat. Do it usually picking lettuce out of the garden would be like finding kosher food on your jet and then it would be a wholesale but it was just wales rich politicians so yeah alrighty. Then mitt romney route fund your on campaigns. And here's i'm thirty seven years old so if in thirty years i decide to run for president i will still be the youngest person running for president so i i thirty years of money-making and my kids growing up and then we can talk about it all right. This question comes from new south wales australia. The question comes from adrian who says considering that the left runs most organizations and institutions. At what point do you think. The right will be proactive in their political approach rather than playing catch up. I have the same exact question girl. Also when the timing is appropriate the current pandemic..

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05:56 min | 1 year ago

"ben shapiro" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"To the game he turns down in the car. It's a toyota tercel. No air conditioning from nineteen ninety-three or something and And he says if we win today. I'm taking you guys out. I'm getting a beer. And i'm telling my cousins love and my other cousins like thirteenth and so we go out. We play the game. It's like ninety five degrees out. Somebody forgot to bring water right. There's no water for the whole game. We win two five and on we're back might just pulls into like the the supermarket parking lot parks and like what are you doing. He's like won't getting beer and okay so he takes us inside. He turns to my thirteen year old cousin. Yeah and he's like. What kind of beer do you want and my cousins like. I like history about sam adams so my dad buys like six pack of sam adams we drive up into the hollywood hills where they're no houses and he breaks open like three of the beers. He doesn't drink the brakes through the beers for us. He gives each one of beer. My my older cousin takes one step. Because it's terrible. Not interested. I i had about one third of the beer. Beer does not taste good right. It's not like you have to become an adult to appreciate your except if you're my eleven year old cousin. My cousin who's like one year older was a big kid and he takes in three goals like the entire beer because he was thirsty right. You're in a hot day. Actually have great rates start dates exactly. So it's it's we're frying. There's no air conditioning in the car. And it's ninety five degrees out so my cousin just downs. The entire buren like three golfs. And then my dad's like okay. We're going to go home now. We start driving on the freeway and suddenly we look over. Unrealized cousin. Joel has the beer bottle out the window of the car. He's just weaving the beer bottle and my dad's like joel jedi. That get the beer bottle in here. I'm going to get arrested into tackling jewel in the backseat. So yeah good times. That is hilarious. I call your dad. Papa socks ends the best because you know you guys are whites off. Yeah that's like those types of stories. Just make me love him. Even my dad is all right. This question comes from halo. I hope i'm saying your name right from bay city michigan beautiful state especially in the summertime. Who is your favorite a tour authoritarian leader to educate leftists about because they seem to always idolized them Well you know it's kind of hard because when you talk about people who were full authoritarians. The closest thing that we've had in the united states will fall for retiring. Later was woodrow. Wilson and the left is beginning to have a rethink on woodrow wilson. Not because they cared about the authoritarianism mainly because he's a racist and so we would which true he was a vicious horrible racist. Also a radical authoritarian who literally arrested. His political opponents took control of the entire economy of the united states and radically shifted. The definition of how the government was supposed to deal with the individual citizen. So he was a horrible leader. One of the worst presidents of all time. And it's it's been amazing to see the historic recapitulation of his role. So he went for it like fifteen years ago if you took a poll of stories because historians are congenitally biased for president you quote unquote do things where active woodrow. Wilson was always top ten president for historians like ten years ago. Now he's like a bottom twenty president for historians and that's not because they've really. They've kind of looked at the fact that he was kind of in favor of eugenics and the fact that he shut down free speech and all that really pissed at him because he was a racist. That's that's the single factor analysis that we do now of a president and it's a very important factor. It is it. Is there any other reasons. Why woodrow wilson is one of the worst presidents of all time. all righty. He's the one that you should educate all of your left-leaning friends about when it comes to authoritarianism and i don't know if you're brave soul you could go to daily wire dot com slash ben and by them assigned copy of his book. Right you good. It's a good way of test. Your friendships this thomas. He's in belgium. They got some good beer over there. Send us some thomas pretty please. Have you ever considered doing a comparison of the united states and e you politics. I've talked about this sort of tangentially. A little bit They're pretty wide. Differences between american style. Conservatism and european style conservatives and particularly so the left in europe looks very much like the the social democratic left. Looks very much like the democratic party here. In the united states although the democratic party in the united states is now actually exporting really we're radical policies to the eu the extent that you now have sort of mainstream center left figures in the yugo and we don't want any of that where you have emmanuel macron in france going. We don't want your crap. Don't bring that over here. You're you're starting to see that britain and it's really fascinating to see that we have now outstripped the europeans in terms of radicalism. Because he used to be. All of their bad ideas ended up over. Here he'd have progressivism. Starting in germany in the eighteen ninety suddenly it makes its way over here or actually centralism in the thirties. Making its way over here. But now i guess we export all of our ideas over there. The big distinction between conservatives. They're conservatives here is conservatives. they're look a lot more. Like sort of nationalist populists here kinda like tucker carlson in terms of politics whereas conservatives traditionally in the united states have been much more. Small government libertarian minded. All right this question comes from aaron. Who is the tipton west. Midlands united kingdom is that like is that like city county and country. All right he says. Hey ben what advice would you give. A fellow libertarian conservative. Running in their school elections where most of the electric are quite liberal. And do you think turning a bit squishy in the messaging would help the campaign I tend to think not. I think that it depends on what you mean by squishy so the nice thing about being quote unquote conservative libertarian. Is you have a really good pitch and the pitch is stopped being a jackass and bothering other people. That is the pitch for conservative libertarians. It's it's you guys one boss everybody else around and bother everybody else and i don't want to do that so i don't know why you can't leave me alone. I can't leave you alone and for young people. It's pretty good pitch because young people mainly wanna be left alone to do whatever it is that they want to do and so. I don't think that you have to water down that particular message all right so it looks like we might have another authoritarian moment coming up. Dang freaks me out every time. Is this your boat. It is not. Don't even know this. Is this one is another authoritarian moment. But this time is from a different country. Not the united states from russia circa nineteen forty-five at a parade held man these authoritarians and. They're parades men. Did you love the reds. Do love their. Military parades usually held after the defeat of germany in world war two.

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04:43 min | 1 year ago

"ben shapiro" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Thoughts on that authoritarian moments. Yes i mean the the sort of background. So that for folks. Who don't know is that in the middle of the great depression. Fascism was kind of the way so mussalini was considered actually in pretty good odor by a large swath of left in the united states thing stalin and even hitler hitler was featured as time magazines man of the year in nineteen thirty. Six it the the walters randy's of the world we're still going over to the soviet union and talking about how wonderful things were over there and journal gobert talks about this at length in in his book liberal fascism but the nra was the federal government saying to private businesses. We need you to put up this patriotic symbol inner window. And this is how we know that you are abiding by our request for you to limit your prophet and also give certain wages to particular people and there was actual governmental pressure to the market saying only shop at places that are showing you this special sign this blue equal which is really creepy authoritarian for. Sure i also kind of feel like we're going that way down the slippery slope with the regulations of like where you are allowed to and not go. But i'm sure we'll have some questions related to that and if you're just tuning in her. This is another reminder that order. Purchase a signed copy of ben's new book the authoritarian moment head on over to daily wire dot com slash ben. So let's sign some books. Give some hardworking. Well paid people here at the daily wire. Who got these ready. I'm so tempted to sign. One don't disappoint poor christina in tarrytown new york be like who the heck is alicia. Carlson ben shapiro's book so she wants to say ask you this question. Thanks to our mainstream media. Asking joe biden real hard hitting questions. We now know that. His favorite flavor of ice cream is chocolate chocolate chip. What is your go to ice cream. flavor So carville is the big thing out here and so carbel does have A cake better flavor. That is excellent. it's like a cookie butter flavor. Also that one's really good. I'm big into is they also have like a a toffee alcohol flavored thing. That's they it's one wait. What do you like alcohol. I like alcohol flavor. i'm. I'm still not i'm still a child. Florida has changed you. I mean i always drink. Florida drinks right. Always have like the and i look like basically. This is my place where i'm like an eight year old judres columbus on the beach like. Yeah if no new long enough to know that. I was always i was always florida banned. It was just a question of time. All righty this next question. Comes from sean sean. Ben's going to send your right now. He's a newborn berg oregon and he says it seems like a lot more. People have woken up to the current authoritarian trend. However most people seem to be remaining silent. Like you'd mentioned people are afraid of speaking out right. What do you think it will take for more people to start speaking up while everyone else seems afraid to do so. The big thing is a feeling of momentum's they're always have a few people who step out front and then mobilize everybody else because the the dike has been breached. Now you know the sort of movement you sells critical race theory. It took a few parents to get up and start saying things. That's receive a lot of media attention. A lot of other people got up and they said. Oh wow there are people who agree with me. One of the things that these sort of conspiracy of silence that has occurred on social media in the media with regard to dissenting views. His done is make you feel like you're by yourself like you are alone like you're investment oregon posting all these hashtag exactly. It's it's black square time. All of your friends are gonna be. It's pride month you have to post the rainbow pride flag or something. And if you don't do it then you are definitely on the outs with all of your friends and family and if you say listen i really don't like this is my thing. Then you're by yourself because you've done something wrong but the truth is violence. Your silence is whether they did it. This is one of the points. I make in the book they morphed. The left has more from be polite right. Just don't say anything. That's super offensive. To speech is violence. And if you say something that offends me actually committed an act of violence upon me to silence violence. Which is you must mirror. Every single thing i say and if you do not you have done an act of violence to me but i think the bottom line is that we have to create a feeling that there are a bunch of people who think like you and i think that's one of the things that the book is pointing out if you think that you're in the minority because you think the men are men and women are women you are not. That isn't majority position in the united states. If you think that you're in the minority because you don't believe that united states is inherently racist or that the institutions of the united states founded and racism. Or that. the cops racist if you think that. That's a minority. That is not a minority position has a majority position is just the you've been told by all of these institutional players who control your means of of garnering information that's just a fringe but these are not fringe positions these majority positions but back to shawn's question. Who does it take to step out and say something. In order for people like sean and others. Who are using jane doe when they ask ben shapiro question on public internet because they're afraid of the ramifications who does it take. You have to organize inside your own. Companies with. This really requires collective action. You need if you you need. Basically ten to twenty percents of your company to mobilize with you so fine people with whom you can have solidarity one hundred percent company saves you can find fifteen or twenty other people who agree with you.

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"ben shapiro" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

08:31 min | 1 year ago

"ben shapiro" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Sells information to other companies house. Easiness doesn't add on extra fees had an over to policy dot com. Get started right now policy genius when it comes to insurance. It's nice to get it right already. Let's talk about A couple of things that you mentioned we talked about sort of the the belief in human potential and the ability to to live lives of meaning and purpose and the the problems with great institutional power. And i think that there's they're almost two separate topics. And i'd like to dive into the one at a time when it comes to human beings one of these classical traditions and this is true and judeo christian traditions also true in sort of ancient greek philosophy. And it's true for most of western history and even in his law in the islamic world There there's this belief that there is such thing as an innate human nature and that you run up against challenges in innate human nature and that what civilization is really about whatever your form civilization is is tailoring yourself to the demands of cumin nature and the society around you and i think that is a very different view of what identity was than what identity has now become. There's a view that i think is now very prevalent that human beings are entirely self created that completely malleable. We can be whatever we wanna be and that what we are searching for is not a way of living in the world but instead in inner authenticity and then we demand that everybody around sort of mirror are authentic view of ourselves and to me that that is dangerous and prevents us from living in a society because in order for us to actually sheriff society even in a small community. We have to understand the rules of the road and that there are limits to what i can demand of us. I wanna know from from you. How do you see human nature. Ah i sort of as a religious person. Have the the both optimistic and pessimistic view. Human nature that human beings as as james madison put it in in the federalist papers are capable of being both angels and devils which is why require some societies to to shape and mold them and then there's the sort of russo view that human beings are naturally good. And if you leave them all behind what. What is your view on that. Surprise my from my personal experience from my own reading i would have to if not conclude currently reside in a place where i see malcolm mation of these ideas. There was no question. When you know you and i in our ways of both cultural commentators and the reason with commentating on culture is because we're recognizing that culture has a power to shape and form influence and mode behavior if it has that power than likely therefore we are to a degree a product of this cultural Sculpting manipulation as call it. i also believe in this. i suppose comes from a somewhat mystical and perhaps even esoteric perspective but there is an innate awareness within us. I believe that there is a to use a word you used earlier. Tell us that in the same way we might appreciate. The ac planted and correctly nurtured will find its formation and fulfillment as a particular kind of plant or tree and will give the correct conditions. Become an oaktree fast. Adjust the in. Its night shah. They awesome inherent values. The are being expressed one. Human beings is highly socialized apes so many ways of expressing qbr son values are promoted necessarily son traits. Instincts are denied control. Inhibit prohibit in some cases. And that would seem to be a prerequisite of order and ben referred to an early compensation that already. We're in territory. When no one can claim objectivity no one can claim to have a unique insight. And what all of us is religious people doing ovens saying no i believe i'm interpreting divine sublime and absolute will and. I'm doing that now. Culturally the from an academic or scientific perspective. This is reality from a religious perspective. No this is reality. My feeling is that well. I feel that this is the reality. These are my values. This is how i very strongly one thing. I believe they most strongly. Is that my spiritual values for me. They are to make me a better person in the world. So that i am non-judgmental so i am compassionate so i am kind so i am understanding so the i don't think the my views my values my will and the most important thing because i recognize myself that there are states when that is how i feel that there are states in may. We're all i care about is what i want and what i believe. An eye require a degree of openness of fluidity of the ability to learn alter change evolve. I recognize that there are people that have wholly different perspective on the role of genetics and biology in identity the irs. I recognize that against your point earlier about the underlying values as opposed to the tip of the iceberg. I try to do when i'm in a position of dow is is i ask again or investigate again. What do i mean by god. What do i mean by love. And if i can somehow rationalize something as potentially nebulous and diffuse why means a sense of union of oneness wherever i love a football team or a country or perish shoes or my partner or my kids. There's a sense that we are somehow hole and one and part of my spiritual journey is to find a perspective where i feel this oneness fraternity brotherhood sisterhood with people potentially with all people though even when i disagree with them i recognize that there is a oneness that there is a shared sense of community and the more we understand about the universe and dark matter and potential other life forms the more. It seems preposterous for me to augment for five and hunkered down in positions of opposition ism and contrary ism and conflict so for me. I recognize that many things about me. That seem peculiar and unique recognize that there are things about me that seem universal when it comes to power and the issuing of well i most strongly believe in is as you have tagged earlier. Localism and community. I want to believe around people. That wanna live the way the i wanna leave and i i. My prayer is that there are a set of universal principles. The wherever you fall on these various spectra of identification whether these traditional conventional ideas ovary modern ideas if we have record wyckoff sesame street ethics kindness compassion tolerance then. It's not going to bother me. It's all going to bother me because you okay. Yeah you can express yourself and be yourself however you want to be and when we announced tack in terms like universal surely what you mean by. That is don't harm off a people. Don't take for people stuff. Let people live how they wanna live. And it's very difficult because because there are certain platforms structures and institutions that have been south in particular ways. Mutual friend acquaintance. Jp would say what culture does is creates biopsies for its dominant or majority population. That's what it's supposed to do. What else can it do. This and this is where we get to the question that i was asking you about. What do you think the rules of the road offers society. So i agree with you. That on a general individualistic level. That you know the sort of basic rules for the road treat other people with decency be nice to other people Those go a long way i. I'm not sure that they go all the way. Because you do eventually run into areas where you are demanding from somebody else. That your version of niceness is actually a demand on them and this happens all the time in societies and that brings you to the question of what are the rules of the road for society Sort of bland universalism Can sometimes actually degrade into adam mystic living. I if if all you have everybody is be nice to one another. And then everybody has its subjective. Definition of what niceness is renaissance me being loyally. Some people's version of niceness involves. I have to you know for example violent my own religious scruples in order to quote unquote be nice. And maybe my version of niceness is that you have to leave me alone to perform my religious scruples and bothers you in some way. What are the rules for road when these when these sort of values come into conflict with one. Another is the question for for how societies live together because universalism is is really nice on sort of a sort of a vague level but as we see in western societies unless.

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"ben shapiro" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"ben shapiro" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"I want us in this time of division and fragmentation and fracture to find ways of coming together in peace coming to give pace. That's why i'm trying for candy so in chelsea. Don't wanna see around china. People agree with only talk to people where there are areas of concern discontent and and downright disagreement and find ways that we can harmonize standup comedian. Russell brand was established in show business in the early two thousands presenting on mtv hosting a spinoff tv big brother and then who's blasted into movie stardom in two thousand eight most notably with his loved character. Aldous snow in forgetting. Sarah marshall hugo the queen of the greenpeace clean of the sorrow soccer's cassara suckers so sucker his sharp wit and magnetic persona continued to propel him to world fame with international comedy tours and hollywood movies but then around two thousand twelve russell publicly decided to step back from the limelight. He continued with his comedy but also committed his career toward spiritual and political activism released revolution a book about nonviolent social change away from contemporary capitalism and toward the common good you also wrote recovery bestseller about navigating addiction as someone who's been addicted to sex irwin fame and everything that comes with line of work. You've made documentaries exploring drug addiction to campaign for change in the treatment of addiction in his home country the uk capturing an audience with his celebrity dramatically refocus and now brings his audience along with him on his journey through his podcast under the skin. It goes without saying that russell's in my own life experiences are pretty different but in this episode find some things we have in common we dive in his beliefs and what he wants achieve through activism our agreements and disagreements on human nature how universalism plays out in reality and our experiences. His father's. Hey hey and welcome this. Is the ben shapiro. Show sunday special. This show is sponsored by express. Vpn's only big tech and the government spying on you visit expressed vpn.

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"ben shapiro" Discussed on Dogma Debate

Dogma Debate

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"ben shapiro" Discussed on Dogma Debate

"Here's how he starts. His most recent show Republicans brought up in the Senate a police reform bill and the police reform bill didn't give Democrats everything they wanted. For example, it did not outright. Ban Choke chokehold. It said that departments has to take a look at chokehold and decide how they would be applied, and the federal government would make its funding contingent on particular procedures. Put in place with regard to. To choke, hold now. They're a bunch of Democrats who think the chokehold should outright ban because either they are mischaracterizing what a chokehold is. There's a difference between a chokehold and a and a mission hall, or they're trying to deprive law enforcement of a tool, the sometimes require in order to make a situation more quiescence. Okay, hold on so right there the difference with a choke hold and a submission hold. What is he talking about? I know he's hinted at being a part of Brazilian Jujitsu. I have to. You know that some submission is called. It's called a rear naked choke. You're squeezing the carotid arteries of someone to reduce the oxygen flow to their brain, so yeah, if you have your bicep on the right carotid artery in your forearm, pressing into the left side. If you, do it properly it safe. The problem is most police. Officers are not trained to do it properly. You can watch the training. You can see them fight people in public I, personally have been a Ju. jitsu Jim where cops come to fight. They do not understand the actual and breakdowns of Brazilian Jujitsu on how to properly apply a rear naked choke. They don't do it correctly. They will crush your larynx. They stop your breathing. That's not what choke is supposed to do. Okay, and let's be clear. Clear to that. That <hes> I think just stopping. The colts is also misguided even on the Democrat side I think it's misguided I think it needs to talk about bodyweight on. Someone's back the ability to breathe while you're leaning on. Someone's back as fixation we need. We need to ban all sorts of things like that, but I don't think it's fair to say that. They're mischaracterizing a chokehold from being a submission hold because nobody's preventing cops from putting someone in an arm bar. Let's be clear about that. That as opposed to being forced to use deadly force in a case where somebody is resisting, arrest me, and this is really one of the instances in which officers you see, an officer and the officer is trying to put somebody into submission. Hold read they're trying to. They're trying to deprive oxygen to the brain, not the personnel, or at least put the person and more quiet than state. The alternative to that is the person continuing to thrash around struggle. Maybe grabbed. The officer's got bent so often talks in. In absolutes he is so black or white absolutes. You're going to hear him today. Say things like every single time. It's not true all they want. It's not true. These these are Straw man after Straw man after Straw man of the Democratic position and I WANNA. Be Clear I'm not a registered. Democrat I'm an independent I consider myself a liberal I, don't I don't say I'm a leftist and I'm certainly not on the right and here lately. I can't even say have even been in the center I'm. Left of center, but I'm a liberal if you have any of credibility. You should pay attention to rappaport rules, and if you don't know what that is, look up Dan Dan. It read his books and or Google rappaport rules, and the very core of reports rules are. If you don't fully understand someone else's argument, you're not yet ready to create an argument against him. You should be. You should be able to state their argument back to them in a way that they say. Wow, yes, that's the way I feel and I. Wish I would put it that way once you can do that to someone then you're willing to make an argument against them. But these blind strokes of of all and and absolutes are just crazy, and that's not the alternative. Ben If you walk into a situation assuming I either have to choke you or shoot you because I'm an occupying force here to make the streets. then. Yeah, you're going to be violent. Either way these yeah, the choke holds pretty. Damn Nice when you put it that way. That shouldn't be the cops job.

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"ben shapiro" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"ben shapiro" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"These people this is the Ben Shapiro show another one hundred thirty deaths in Illinois from the virus news is next but first the W. well as weather channel forecast breaks of sun this afternoon high seventy four tonight a few clouds low forty seven tomorrow some morning sun with increasing clouds in the afternoon high sixty three right now as we check our current condition sixty five with the lake seventy five it midway seventy six at o'hare for a permanently dry basement visit perma seal dot com covert nineteen is now in one hundred of the one hundred two counties in Illinois the virus has killed another one hundred thirty people four thousand fifty eight deaths so far in our state we also had another twenty four hundred thirty two people testing positive in the last twenty four hours but that's out of twenty six thousand five hundred sixty five test results that is a positivity rate of well under twenty percent which is the benchmark the governor Pritzker has sets for when the state can move on to the next phase of his re opening plan which would include barber shops and that could happen two weeks from today if we keep having this positivity rate under twenty eight percent mayor Lightfoot morning church leaders not to meet this Sunday she's warning that she's prepared to quote enforce the rules if they persist in meeting some big news from the.

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"ben shapiro" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"ben shapiro" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Hey welcome this is the Ben Shapiro show coming up a little bit later on in the hour we'll be taking your phone calls at eight five five two three six thirty two twenty eight yes the phone lines are open again eight five five two three six thirty two twenty eight will also be talking with time shipping of the heritage foundation about all the legal ramifications of impeachment and where things stand but we begin at this hour with fascinating riveting news Taylor swift has a new documentary on Netflix now I know what you're thinking a bevy of riches a Hillary Clinton documentary on Hulu a Taylor swift documentary on Netflix how may I ever going to find time for all this incredible entertainment and why you should be talking about this one the reason that I'm talking about this is because this trailer for Taylor swift's documentary on Netflix is one of the great trailers of all time it truly is it is spectacular it is everything about the woke self flagellate name but also self aggrandizing left in one trailer it's just spectacular the level of self absorption in this trailer is beyond and it is why we all hate Hollywood it's why we all hate music industry these obnoxious celebrities we only want to hear their dumb songs and watch their dumb movies lecturing us about politics and then telling us about their personal political journey so there's a movie came out integrated box office but it and it is very rated R. but it is extremely funny call pop star and the entire movie is about this guy who is part of a boy band then you decide to go out on his own in his first album is a big hit but then he's not doing well the second album is not a head into decides to go completely woken Tate as an entire song called equal rights I'm not gay in which she explains that he's for same sex marriage but also he wants to share his audience that he is not in fact act and it's very very funny because this is what happens in music industry as a military selection comes very popular she's not political she remains a political for awhile and then the media start to go to work and they start to they start to wriggle into her consciousness like the your warm in wrath of Khan and it's hard to say what he was with silence on president trump is deafening Taylor swift silence on same sex marriage is deafening Taylor swift silence on transgender bathrooms is deafening and so because Taylor swift is a media creation and also a seemingly not pleasant person she she just goes along with this mac in in probably mechanical fashion she's utterly apolitical for years when it benefits are and then when you start to get blow back for being a political suddenly she she went out like a butterfly bursting from a cocoon she burst into political flour and it's just it's amazing isn't it so this trailer is so good never it's not parity this is real trailer on Netflix and it is so wonderful I'm gonna have to stop and start it because I'm be laughing to our every thought this morning it is unbelievably good and it does explain why trump is present you want from to be reelected everyone a country should watch this Taylor swift documentary and and let's look at this garbage trailer throughout my whole career.

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"ben shapiro" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"ben shapiro" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"This is the Ben Shapiro said that a lot to get to today a little bit later on in the show we'll get to the unfolding a question of how much of Ukraine actually interfered in the twenty sixteen election Democrats say not at all the trump administration says a lot but we begin today with all of the updates on impeachment gate twenty nine three for all the talk about an impeachment inquiry we're supposed to put all of our focus into impeachment nothing is actually fundamentally change here is what any McCarthy right he says there is no impeachment inquiry there are no subpoenas they're not the fault if you think a formal inquest is under way and the legal process has been issued misimpressions completely understandable if you've been taking in media coverage in particular reporting on a hearty September twenty seventh letter from house Democrats presuming to direct secretary of state Mike Pompeii okay I'm paying a citation for instruction to cooperate in their demands to depose state department officials and review various records the letter is signed by not one but three committee chairmen remember your elementary math though zero is still zero even one multiply by three what is portrayed as an impeachment inquiry is actually a just a made for cable TV political soap opera the house of representatives is not conducting a formal impeachment inquiry the country's is Andy McCarthy and rational Democrats are conducting the twenty twenty political campaign the house has not voted as a body to authorize an impeachment inquiry what we have here a person the efforts proceeding under the instant access of speaker Nancy Pelosi and raise the profile but not the legitimacy of the same impeachment inquiry and there are no sabemos as secretary come hell observing his fittingly tight response on Tuesday what the committee chairman issue was merely letter in something involving not withstanding the letter is nothing more than an informal request for voluntary cooperation legally it has no compulsive power if anything it is rife with legal deficiencies and McCarthy's pointing out here that all the talking he's been great Democrats haven't actually utilized the power that they have in Congress in order to subpoena members of the executive branch why well because they don't get litigated in the courts because that's where the stuff works you subpoena somebody in the White House the White House has now and then it ends up in court and the court hash it out but that leads to delay instead what the Democrats are doing is they are issuing fake subpoenas basically request for people to show up if White House as hold up a second they then accuse the White House obstruction this appears to be manufactured when the Democrats are now using a wide variety of theories in order to justify the push for impeachment as it turns out that the quid pro quo arrangement supposedly evident from the trump Ukrainian president's Lansky's phone call falls apart as turns out that allegation doesn't make any sense in the absence of any information that you Craney leadership believed that the president was withholding military aid as that becomes clear the Democrats are now shifting the narrative on impeachment maybe the impeachment is not about the Brickell afterall maybe it's about president from melting off babies out president from yelling at the whistleblower maybe it's about obstruction of justice well what if the Democrats basically box themselves in here what if you had to close the one off half cocked because she believed it was important to get her based on board because she couldn't hold back any longer because Nancy Pelosi isn't actually in control of this process remember earlier this year Nancy blows you tried to take out this one earlier this year Nancy Pelosi tried to marginalize the radicals in her mace and president trump basically prohibited her from doing that by attacking the radicals in her pace forcing her to rally around them well that meant the Nancy Pelosi is now subject to their whims and that means ironically the president trump unifying Nancy Pelosi with the radicals interbase led to this fellow impeachment inquiry was Jenny McCarthy writes standing committees do have subpoena power so why not use it well because if he does get litigated in court when the people or agencies on the receiving end of jacked Democrats want to have an impeachment show inquiry on television that one defendant's notified he's in court they certainly don't want defend their letter threatening obstruction the Democrats media's grads no the Germans admission that any failure by Pompeii to comply chuckle constitute evidence of obstruction of the house impeachment inquiry what a crock as McCarthy points out in criminal proceedings prosecutors constantly demand information and defense presumptively resist and then ends up in court is is can rational Democrats know all of this many of them are lawyers there is even partisan letters depose legally offensive threats rather than subpoenas because this is a show not impeachment inquiry subpoenas that don't work you're just beating about structure everyone knows their compulsory but everyone also knows they may be held up in court so what does it really looks like overall is the Democrats basically trying to drum up something something upon which they can get from in the public mind and I became eminently clear when it became clear that the whistleblower in this particular case was it probably coordinate with Adam shifts office before the whistle blower complaint was even elevated to the level of the inspector general of the.

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"ben shapiro" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"ben shapiro" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Hillary at that point. You know. And McCain had the surged, I was unbelievable. You know, and became the front runner. I mean, one of the things that fascinating to watch actually in the democratic polls is the huge share of the black vote. The Biden is getting right now in the polling, obviously is an after effect of broccoli. Completed, and the facts that Kamala Harris is drawing flies, and Ben Cory booker's Ryan flies, thirty telling I think Cory Booker will continue to draw flies. I don't know if the same thing as for about Kamala Harris, Cory Booker. Yeah. I mean, when you Cory Booker, he's, he's, he's I agree with that. But Connell Harris is a sneaky one, she's a sneaky Bill because she's very talented politically, and I think she's she'll have an interesting career. I don't know if she's running for president at the right time. You know, she it may be premature for her in terms of strategies talking about not in terms of being able to do because the field is so crowded and everything I don't know if she can cut through all them, but, but I think she's much more talented than Corey, but she's, she's a bit of a do you know, but I think, you know, when you come from that, when you're a DA in that type of thing, I don't know, it always feels like those kind of jobs, there's a little bit of that in there. Anyway. Some. So in a second ask you the final question which will be what do you think the future of the country is given all the problems that we've talked about. And some of the lack of, of discourse civil discourse, that's happening. Now, if you want to hear Larry Wilmore's answer, you have to Delaware subscriber, you have to give us your money to subscribe head on over to daily wear dot com. Click subscribe, you can hear the end of our conversation there, right? Larry, I really appreciate it. The Ben Shapiro show. Sunday special is produced by Jonathan. Hey, executive producer Jeremy boring associate producer Mathis Glover edited by Don Fowler. Audio is mixed by micrometer, Karen makeup is by just what over titled graphics by Cynthia and Gula. The Ben Shapiro show. Sunday special is daily wire production copyright daily wire twenty nineteen.

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"ben shapiro" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"ben shapiro" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"This is the Ben Shapiro show. Well, it's that time of the week, we have finally hit the final segment of the week for us here at the Ben Shapiro show, and that means that we do something that we like to call uncle Ben's. S J W story time now for those who haven't actually heard Okla Benz. S J, W storytime. We take down. We take a piece of children's literature, a piece of either you really bad a neck grenades, stick, evil old children's literature with traditional values and we explain how it's going to ruin your child. Or we take a piece of beautiful delightful woke children's literature, and we explain to you how this will save your child to make your child better. So with that said it's time for uncle. Ben's. S. J. W. Storytime. Today's book boys and girls. Rob zander's, peaceful fights for equal rights. Oh, yeah. Had a protest. They need brats protesting. Anyway. Assemble take action create allies. Make buttons make banners. Make bumper stickers to boycott wake way, Kat. Now, his poolside kids can't boycotts because they ain't got money. You have the money so you can't boycott anything noting. Critique chance cheer. Call someone campaign campout demonstrate don't give up, don't give in and then shows a bunch of signs that they can make like enough is enough. And love is love. So apparently, you can only do like Todd logical sides. Educate. Encourage endure. Fearless fly. A.

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