22 Burst results for "Bill Buckley"

Newt Gingrich: 'Trump Was the Most Effective Anti-Liberal I've Ever Seen'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:07 min | 8 months ago

Newt Gingrich: 'Trump Was the Most Effective Anti-Liberal I've Ever Seen'

"We're back one on one. This is America first with me Sebastian gorka and Newt Gingrich. Speak again, which let's talk about my former boss the 45th president United States. To you, what did his victory in 2016 mean? I find it amusing that as an immigrant to this nation, I have to remind my fellow Americans that it was the first time in our republic's history that we elected a non politician or a non retired military officer to the highest post in the land. How much for you did he change American politics inexorably? Well, I think if you look at Glenn young Ken's victory, you see an example of it. I mean, young gun campaigned on lowering taxes, less regulation, more jobs. He campaigned on taking on the culture war. Things that I think certainly on the culture war front the traditional Republicans would never have touched. Trump, I think I thought it was an extraordinarily important victory because I always tell people it's not that Trump is a great conservative. I don't think he sat around reading Bill Buckley and trying to understand theoretical conservatism. But Trump was the most effective anti liberal. I've ever seen. He just applied common sense. And did any act that he did things all day every day, and he was steadily methodically taking apart the left's world, which is why they hated him. And why they rigged the election and spent so much time for some literally from before his election. I mean, the first article in The Washington Post on impeachment is like April of 2016. And the day that he is being inaugurated, there's an article in the post on impeachment. And the day after his inauguration, there is a huge crowd and Madonna talks about how she envisions The White House getting blown up as a positive experience. And it was an unending four year war in part because Trump is a genuine threat. He's the first time I think since Andrew Jackson that you had a genuine threat to the

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LA Times Columnist Jackie Calmes Supports Reporters Covering Republicans Differently Than Democrats

Mark Levin

01:36 min | 9 months ago

LA Times Columnist Jackie Calmes Supports Reporters Covering Republicans Differently Than Democrats

"We can't wait to hear from Jackie combs Go ahead In a sense I mean there's no question that journalists are recognizing the radicalization of the Republican Party By the way she sounds like a sharpie doesn't she Look there's a there's no question journalists are recognizing the radicalization of the Republican Poe It's so radical the Republican Party Secure the border fiscal conservatism quality education not ideology education Oh it's so damn rack Don't destroy our economic system Please don't write and burn down our buildings and kill people You know stuff like oh the radical is saying now she doesn't talk about the radicalization of the Democrat party The anti semitism the racism the Marxism all the other isms No no no no Because she's one of them She's one of them And then she comes off like some kind of a pseudo intellectual Yes yes they all want to sound like Bill Buckley was a real intellectual Yes yes There's no question that journalists are recognizing the radicalization of the Republican Party You know the Republican Party in a sense was born of radicalization It was created to a post slavery To post slavery That is to oppose the Democrat

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"bill buckley" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:08 min | 10 months ago

"bill buckley" Discussed on 710 WOR

"I tried. It didn't work until I discovered all all things my pillow. These products arrive the sleep You need want crave desire and deserve will be yours. Final moments with Colonel Oliver North Colonel. Now that we are in this situation Just I don't The word quit doesn't exist in my brain here when fellow Americans are in jeopardy. You had talked about Maybe getting people to the northern part of Afghanistan. Not an easy task. What options? Do you see to save American lives and Afghani Allied lives? I don't want to tell the Afghan Folks or the Taliban or the Russians or the Chinese what the options are, but there are options there at high risk. They're enormously risky not only to the people were trying to rescue But to the people carrying them out. But those kinds of things can be done that got some experience in doing some of these kinds of things, and amazingly enough. The sons of some of the folks I worked with and getting hostages out in other places Years ago, the sons are now out doing that kind of thing. Most of them many of them certainly. Are people with whom I served, or what are the odds that Americans that are hostages behind enemy lines? The worst case scenario that I can think of. I don't need to get To be descriptive here. One of the odds that that's gonna happen. We'll look at the worst that could happen is they get killed or tortured to death? I mean, it certainly happened to Bill Buckley, who was the CIA station chief in Beirut. The only part of that good news might be that hostages are worth a lot more alive than they are dead. And so There's a very strong likelihood that there's somewhere in the hierarchy of these terrorist organizations, a realization that That they all need not die. Bill Bill Buckley was tortured to death. And the hostages. I did get out confirmed that But they'll show us that they will do it that will happen. Well, I have no doubt that if certain elements of this terrorist Important at work right that certain elements would certainly put a bullet in the back of their heads, just like they've done to these police chiefs. But I could say there's some people who realize there is some advantage. That's why so few months ago, he's saying we've that we've got tremendous leverage over the Taliban. No, no, we don't. They've got tremendous leverage over us by keeping some of those people hostage. And so some of them are going to try to escape and hopefully we'll get be able to get some help to them. It's hard to communicate with him. But there are there are American former military people in most cases on the ground inside Afghanistan right now trying to carry out those kinds of missions. Colonel North. We appreciate your safe home, my friend, um not speed. God bless applies. Pray for America. For our fellow Americans trapped behind enemy lines. All right, Colonel, Uh, we have Hannity tonight at nine. When we come back. I know you've been very patient today wanting to respond to Biden's.

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No President Cares About Free Speech - Joe Biden Included

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:03 min | 11 months ago

No President Cares About Free Speech - Joe Biden Included

"Do you think you believe biden was was actually elected and i'm i'm fairly certain we're going to see information to the contrary soon. Everybody will have to look at it. But let's say he was the question that i have because i know you have to go. Do you think that he and his administration genuinely care about free speech. Because i don't get the impression that he that that he in the office of the president who has this tremendous bully pulpit that he gives a fig about what we are talking about right now. I don't think it even crosses his mind with the minds of the people as administration. I think they're making it work for them. Which to me is the greater scandal. Well i know. Joe biden for now. It's forty years. I like him as a person. I think he the right man for the job at this point in time. He's helping the combination. But no president kicker free speech. Thomas jefferson before he became president said given a choice between a government without newspapers or newspaper without governments. I would surely pick newspapers without government. Then he was president and then he issued a different statement. He said if nobody read newspapers. We'd be better off in smarter and fairer than if people read newspapers. So no incumbents like the media particularly and joe biden himself. I think we'll support free speech. But they're going to be people in his administration. He's appointed some people who are radically on the left just the way Republicans have appointed. Sometimes people are radically on the right. We need to move more to the center. We need to move more to all the old debate between genuine liberals in genuine conservatives. Both of whom bull we freedom of speech. I used to debate bill buckley. All the time on his television she was a conservative. A liberal enjoyed each other. We ran for a drink after we got along. There was no cancelled culture. I crave for the days of bill. Buckley versus alan dershowitz. Instead of the kind of cancel culture we're experiencing

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"bill buckley" Discussed on The Mark Levin Show

The Mark Levin Show

08:27 min | 1 year ago

"bill buckley" Discussed on The Mark Levin Show

"Hello america mark levin here our number eight seven seven three eight one. Three eight one one. Eight seven seven. Three eight one. Three eight one one. If you have a moment. I'd like you to focus in on one. I'm going to mention here. There's a lot of hand wringing about conservatives and libertarians and free market conservatives and plot of hand wringing about how they don't represent the people how they've never really represented the people of course. Ronald reagan got to the biggest massive landslide electoral presidential history. Sure if he were alive today he would disagree with that but to me. This is the problem. This is the problem. Paddle today is not with libertarians. Free market conservatives. Many of us are free market. Conservatives are battle. Today isn't with dismissing milton. Friedman and bill buckley and other tremendous minds as if somehow will be able to claw our way back. That's not the battle today. That's not the battle at all. Our enemies are not. The libertarians are enemies are not fiscal conservatives. Are enemies are not free market. Conservatives are enemies are not social conservatives are enemies are this american marxist movement and individuals that i'm talking about and yet this is what we hear. Constantly constantly the great middle class. They great middle classes under attack. Not by the libertarians. Not by free market conservatives. It's under attack in our classrooms in our universities and colleges our economic system while so many people are navel-gazing as if these are the old battles. This is a new battle. It's not the old battles. It is a new battle. This is exactly why i said. American marxism has made great progress toward institutionalizing. Its goals over the last several years not libertarianism not market conservatives and so forth if it is to be defeated as it must albeit a daunting and complex mission its existence must i acknowledged and labeled for what it is and the urgency. The moment must be realized and the emergence of a unified patriotic front up previously dough sil- divergent and disputatious societal cultural and political factions and forces. Which have in common their belief that america's work defending must kaolin is immediately and rallied to the cause in other words. People are not doing us any favors any favors by going on radio or tv or writing pieces going on and on. why you know the damn libertarians. Well you know those damn free market concerns not freeman why. It gave massive electoral victories and decades of wealth. The putting that aside we have a common enemy. We have a common enemy. And if we don't put aside these divergent views and disagreements of the past among conservatives neoconservatives and free market conservatives libertarians and sort of libertarians and so forth. If we don't all rallied together as we did around reagan and take on this common enemy we will lose because there's not enough of us just not enough of us. Otherwise and so. I will stand against those. Who trying to earn their spurs and their cred constantly browbeating conservatives and free market conservatives libertarians and so forth. That's not the problem today. It's not even the issue today. That country is under attack from within our institutions. Our culture our constitution. They're not threatened by free market conservatives or libertarians. You have to be blinded by your own ideology if you believe that. We need their help. We need everybody's help in this battle. Which is the point of american marxism. We have to identify who they are. We have to identify what we're dealing with. We have to identify the threat or threats and floral and we need to amass an army of patriots to take them on in every walk of life. And i'm not talking about violence. I don't know why i always say that. For the idiots in the media. I don't believe in violence they do. They call violence. Riots looting arson mostly peaceful. We don't but you see. The insurrection has already occurred. Wasn't an armed insurrection. But the insurrections already occurred in our government public schools at our universities and colleges in entertainment on television in our newsrooms in the democrat party in some of our courthouses. The insurrections already occurred. Took time. but it's here and it's spreading. It's not january sixth. It's broader than that more ubiquitous than that. It's more complicated than that. So i just mentioned this constantly tripe on and on and on your oh wow libertarians. And the free market this one's and they they don't recognize and support the middle class. And by the way as a footnote sure they do the middle class as marx would call us. Because we're not classes but we play along as they middle-class wasn't created last week. It didn't come about last week. He came about through mostly free market capitalism. Never been free free but free enough. What's interesting is the marxist hate the industrial revolution again as you'll see in the they hate the industrial revolution. They hate what was created through the industrial revolution. Furthermore they constantly attacked the industrial revolution. And so they created the myth of these massive robber. Barons were abusing people left and right and so forth and saw it wasn't a perfect world and gentlemen but it resulted in massive consumerism massive wealth creation including the spreading of wealth over time. Everything wasn't the steel mills and the coal mines which went through very very difficult times. No question about it but it created this. This incredibly powerful economic engine that resulted in any one of us walking into a supermarket today in basically being able to get whatever we want. The world has never seen anything like this before. And that's thanks to the industrial revolution. And what happened since the industrial revolution..

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This Is a New Battle Against American Marxists

Mark Levin

01:48 min | 1 year ago

This Is a New Battle Against American Marxists

"There's a lot of hand wringing about conservatives and libertarians and free market conservatives and Lot of hand wringing about how They don't represent the people. How they've never really represented the people. Of course. Ronald Reagan got To the biggest massive landslides and electoral presidential history. Sure if he were alive today he would disagree with that. But to me, this is the problem. This is the problem. Our battle today is not with libertarians. Free market conservatives. Many of us are free market conservatives. Battle today isn't With dismissing Milton Freeman and And Bill Buckley, another tremendous minds as if somehow will be able to claw our way back. That's not the battle today. That's not the battle at all. Our enemies are not the libertarians. Our enemies are not Fiscal conservatives are enemies are not free market conservatives are enemies are not social conservatives. Our enemies. This American Marxist. Movement and individuals that I'm talking about. And yet this is what we hear constantly. Constantly. The great middle class. The Great middle class is under attack, not by the libertarians, not by free market conservatives. It's under attack. In our classrooms in our universities and colleges are economic system. While so many people are navel gazing as if these are the old battles. This

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"bill buckley" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"bill buckley" Discussed on WTVN

"Let's bring on Columbus Defense Attorney Brad Carful w T. V and legal analyst host of for the defense Sundays at 11, A.m. and Brad on of You heard us talking about that just now and Are you nervous? I'm nervous. Your thoughts on that. Well, just dovetails perfectly into my show yesterday where we're looking for the the national voice that the young voice for 22 24. That's going to come up and explain that when it constitutional conservative is doesn't mean that you are socially conservative. That's different. Topic. It's what is the role of government. And what his government's relationship to the citizens. And we've reached the point that we were warned about in the mid fifties and early sixties by some very prominent early conservatives. Get young Ronald Reagan. Very Goldwater. Bill Buckley Junior has started. NATIONAL REVIEW Milton Friedman. Fine Rand, who was very good friend with Alan Greenspan. And they said afterward. We're too After FDR's new deal, LBJ's great society, all these conservative thinkers were like Going the wrong direction, like waving their arms in here going, you're going the wrong direction and what what A lot of people don't realize is that From 32. In the mid nineties, with Clinton entering his second term. Those 58 years, the Democrats had the House of Representatives for 54. The Democrats had the Senate for 48 of those 58 years. And they had The presidency from 32 to Nixon 68. Those nine presidential terms. Democrats in the White House seven Of those nine terms like was the lone Republican. And this really is a great time for American, especially conservative listeners here in the Midwest and conservative voices like your show. T O start studying again the historical roots of American serving of movement from the fifties and sixties. And then pick up on the new voices. That are being better out there now sparkle events of perfect example. But you're right, guys. I mean, this is we're absolutely going the wrong way. We're paying a huge price. So $908 billion coronavirus package is on the table. Looks like it's gonna happen. It's just on the verge. Um, $600 check for individuals to make up to 75,000 year. A couple's no more than 150,000 year. Looks like it's $600 per child. The There's all kinds of other stuff clearly in this 908 Bill $908 billion In this package, and I want to. I want to bring the audience in on this. Um Brad sends me a text today and he finishes the text with I want to report a crime, which I was like, you know, obviously a little bit of levity there, but there's a whole lot of sense to that as well. And this is this is nothing more than you know you're talking. You even said shutting us down and put us all in debt. This should be illegal, and there is no question that is a great way to put it. Yeah, These are trustees, these politicians Local, state and federal Including school boards and superintendents. There are trustees. They have fiduciary obligations to their constituency. We give them our tax dollars in exchange for providing Services protect us from foreign aggressors protects from each other. Give us police and fire give us roads and light. Manage utilities pick up the gaps where the marketplace fails. Regulate. But this is this political philosophy where Do you went? When did we need to create 26 Million unemployed and five weeks last March. Did we need to put 110,000 restaurants permanently closed? Did we need to put 500,000 restaurants in a free fall? Did we need to put tens of thousands of businesses out of business? Did we need to do that The benefits of government intervention must weigh out the outweigh the costs. I personally believe the shutdown yielded nominal benefits. Fight coronavirus while causing extreme damage to society. In our financial health in the health of our kids. In the education system. I think we could have achieved roughly the same thing by simply encouraging or mandating mask wearing and social distancing. And now we're on the brink of another round of cares. Act here's to point out And the Democrats are coming back into power. They want Medicare for all they want to green new deal that went free college tuition. Where's this? We're we're so this money coming from You know when I asked my 14 year old daughter who I'm having a time with right now, Brad, because I, You know, talking to her and listen, you know, she's talking to her friends and a lot of her friends are their parents and the people who are influencing them. Slash teachers even are all left leaning. And when I talked to her about this, I go the free the free tuition. Josie the free and I, You know, fill in the blank. The free whatever I go. What is that really free? She goes. Yeah. And I go. No. Do you really believe that we're going to be coming from? She's like the government. I'm like, Where do you think they're getting their money? And I said, Let me show you my pay stub. You know what? I'm explaining it to her. It's so scary, Brad. It's really the people they like. And I said, Please spread the word to your friends that the free is not free, please. Explain this to them. It's not that hard. Please explain this to them. So if we're gonna if you want to take the ski trip Two out West. From expensive I won't do it. We're gonna do it. We're not taking a big spring break trip. You won't take the spring break trip. All right, well, then we're going to pay for that, but they're not going to get the summer trip. It's always about Saying now.

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"bill buckley" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"bill buckley" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Both President Trump and former vice President Biden will be in the Sunshine State. President's gonna hold a rally outside Raymond James Stadium around 1 30 this afternoon. The thousands of people there it will be a big, exciting, enthusiastic Turn out. Joe Biden is going to hold a socially distanced car drive in rally of a handful of people. I wonder what it feels like. For somebody like Barack Obama. Or even Joe Biden, for that matter, accustomed to speaking before big crowds wonder what it feels like. You go talk to 11 people. Bill Buckley isn't gonna have that experience. Bill Buckley is a tremendous broadcaster in Tampa Bay. Proud to be his colleague here, it Salem, Tampa. On DH. He is going to deliver a Zai understand that the opening invocation the prayer before the Trump rally, So let's welcome on our guest line, Mr Bill. Whoops. Got him on hold. So hang in there pushed the right button and we'll get him up. Uh, there's Bill Buckley on the mike Gallagher show. Bill. How the heck are you, sir? Mr Mark. It is good to see if the great day to be in Florida. Great day to be intent. A great day to be an American. Donald Trump. The phenom is coming to Raymond James Stadium in just a couple of hours. Wow. And you're going to be a big part of that. And billets knows. No no surprise to me afternoon listeners in the Tampa Bay area who listen to you on faith Talk 5, 79, 10, A.m. and also 4 to 5 PM here on the answer in Sarasota, Tampa. What? What A what a blessing And what an honor. It must feel for you. And I know you've had a tough year like everybody, like so many of us have had in 2020. It's got to be a big day for you to be standing there and and praying for the country and praying for the president at Raymond James Stadium. Well, we're actually here with Mrs Bentley Exact my family's here. Well, actually.

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"bill buckley" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"bill buckley" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Fast paced entertaining way if bill Buckley was conservatism's classical music Rush Limbaugh was it's rock and roll he avoided this stayed handle discussions and lengthy guest interviews that other news and opinion broadcasters favor and instead presented himself he was the show and his style was all these simultaneously intelligent dinner reverence insightful and your oppressively home Larry what is real gear was connection for the first time ever millions of people felt like someone in broadcasting understood their concerns their ideas understood that the myth of the fairness doctrine was that both sides were ever actually presented equally on either television or radio if things work rush wouldn't have been such an immediate phenomenal success I am equal time he responded saying it is impact was equally felt across conservatives life long political junkies were just is glued to their radios as those who would never even voted before rich and poor alike C. E. O.'s and lunch buckets if the Reagan revolution burst modern conservatism that Rush Limbaugh raised it to adulthood any almost subliminally influence the adulthood of six year old me I didn't know what I was listening to at nap time but I sure did in the wake of nine eleven when twenty year old me was glued to my radio just as closely as grandpa was glued to his for decades Rush Limbaugh was giving me a daily education just as he did for my grandpa when he first signed off I soaked up every morning not just how to see the world but how to broadcast to express myself persuasively and entertaining way to be both teacher and entertainer to be a radio listening to laughing with and learning from rush quite literally made me the man I am today I don't just my career to him I my ability to think to have the day before thanksgiving my twelve year old son Nick and I were driving around running errands and of course listening to rush we pulled into a parking lot justice rush started his annual tradition of recounting the real story of the first thanksgiving all the Nick said as I moved to turn off the car he.

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"bill buckley" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"bill buckley" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Bill Buckley the question when I started as a columnist with the master agreement so I know with the common question asking how do you come up with two or three things to write about they also the made the world. twice a week. the world your deeds amuses picks my curiosity more than twice a week there has never been a day. in my room was fifty years as a cop mistook that I haven't had three or four things I want to write about that. coming up with topics is easiest like and if you don't care. don't do this with any damn fool can right seven hundred fifty words about an exact reckoning damn fools do source I can tell but to do it right. to do it with a high level of excellence of literary flair thanks for. you're not a damn fool I think I can posit that when we come back from this last break I've I would be remiss if I didn't ask you about the totality of what is going on in our country right now at this particular moment here in American I would love to get your thoughts if you do that for. my guess right now is George will the new book is the conservative sensibility more with George will in just a moment this is the mark Kelly show coming to you from Washington DC KFI am six forty and I heart radio now to the news from for an update hi Michael have a lively KFI twenty four hour news from a federal judge in the LA is blocking the trump administration from detaining illegal immigrant kids for as long as they want under the floor is agreement migrant children can only be in the tents for twenty days the justice department plans to appeal cops in Korea town looking for two men in the shooting death of a man found wounded in a rear stairway of an apartment building on south Sereno Avenue we got the call the shooting around three fifteen this morning man shot died at a hospital the mentally said they're looking for took off in a white sedan a horse named M. tech has been put out of the server and either park racetrack and took early at two broken front limbs and was euthanized after the eighth race today the cold the first force the diets and I need to since the fall season started yesterday is a thirty.

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"bill buckley" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"bill buckley" Discussed on KTOK

"Has expired. yeah my my turn. will be answered. not to Tom only. fine Mr Holman we have this free medicines for mean the Republicans and the Democrats with the ranking member we increase the time of one witness at one a member of Congress who was interrupted by a protest that is done with the approval of the ranking member please respect the chairs authority the general manager is adorned with the church hall meant that you. I'm a taxpayer you work for me. wow. what you love this guy Mr reducer. oh my lord they don't know what the hell to do it they don't want him showing up at these hearings. but he wants to show up the hearing so the Republicans invite him so the Democrats. they think they can run circles around this guy he knows so much. he's not putting up with there be yes. you're not gonna put up with their B. S. wasn't that fun. we don't always want to be on downers here I want to listen to this. Margaret Hoover has a sh program called firing line it's a very unique title course firing line was bill Buckley show for thirty years I watched him as a kid and as I got older. the great hero of mine. fox asked me to a program I said I wanted to a long form interview not not bill Buckley not that I'm gonna do a mark Levin interview show but I want to do what we used to do. so then PBS season they cannot we're going to do that to a higher Margaret. whatever I don't know Margaret. and others have tried to. but they don't get the ratings we get thanks to you my radio audience. I'm not playing this to listen to Margaret Hoover because I don't care about that playing this week in here Mike Bloomberg. Mr gun control. Mister anti never Trumper. I want you to listen to what he has to say. at sixteen go the Communist Party wants to stay in power in China and.

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"bill buckley" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"bill buckley" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Have this free medicines for clean the Republicans and the Democrats with the ranking member we increase the time of one witness at one a member of Congress who was interrupted by a protest that is done with the approval of the ranking member please respect the chairs authority the George managers are going to the church do you. I'm a taxpayer you work for me. wow. what you love this guy Mr reducer. oh my lord they don't know what the hell to do that they don't want him showing up at these hearings. but he wants to show up the hearing so the Republicans invite him so the Democrats. they think they can run circles around this guy he knows so much. he's not putting up with there be yes. you're not gonna put up with their B. S. wasn't that fun. we always want to be on downers here I want to listen to this. Margaret Hoover has a sh program called firing line it's a very unique title course firing line was bill Buckley show for thirty years I watched him as a kid and as I got older. the great hero of mine. fox asked me to a program I said I want to do a long form interview not I'm not bill Buckley not that I'm gonna do a mark Levin interview show but I want to do what we used to do. so then PBS season they cannot we're going to do that to a higher Margaret. whatever I don't know Margaret. and others have tried to. but they don't get the ratings we get thanks to you my radio audience. I'm not playing this the listener Margaret Hoover because I don't care about that playing this week in here Mike Bloomberg. Mr gun control. Mister anti never Trumper. I want you to listen to what he has to say. cut sixteen go the Communist Party wants to stay in power in China and they listen to the public and the public.

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"bill buckley" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"bill buckley" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Gentleman has expired. yeah my my time. will be answered. not to Tom only. fine Mr Holman we have this free medicines for mean the Republicans and the Democrats with the ranking member we increase the time of one witness at one a member of Congress who was interrupted by a protest that is done with the approval of the ranking member please respect the chairs authority the George managers are going to the church home at that you. I'm a taxpayer you work for me. wow all. what you love this guy Mr reducer. oh my lord they don't know what the hell to do it they don't want him showing up at these hearings. but he wants to show up the hearing so the Republicans invite him so the Democrats. they think they can run circles around this guy he knows so much. he's not putting up with there be yes. you're not gonna put up with their BFS wasn't that fun. we always want to be on downers here I want to listen to this. Margaret Hoover has a sh program called firing line it's a very unique title course firing line was bill Buckley show for thirty years I watched him as a kid and as I got older. great hero of mine. fox asked me to do a program I said I wanted to a long form interview not not bill Buckley not that I'm gonna do a mark Levin interview show but I want to do what we used to do. so then PBS season they cannot we're going to do that to a higher Margaret. whatever I don't know Margaret. and others have tried to. but they don't get the ratings we get thanks to you my radio on ants. I'm not playing this the listener Margaret Hoover because I don't care about that playing this week in here Mike Bloomberg. Mr gun control. Mister anti never Trumper. I want you to listen to what he has to say. sixteen go the Communist Party wants.

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"bill buckley" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:43 min | 3 years ago

"bill buckley" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"For conservatives conservative, sensibility by George Wilson. Published. And we're talking about that. I've already learned stuff fit this nothing fixed line is just is critical. So let me ask you a question of, of because I know you're secular, and I'm, I'm religious, and I tell my listeners all the time, we have we secular conservatives have a lot to say. But I think there's something missing in just being true to the ideals of the country. I, I have I define American values by what I call the American trinity say it's on every coin which it is. And it is e pluribus Unum liberty. And in God we trust. So what do you do what you George will as a secular, conservative do within God. We trust. Say that I feel Bill Buckley said it perfectly. So the conservative may not be religious, but he must not despise religion, and that certainly my case on the grandson of Lutheran minister, married to fierce Presbyterian. So what fears Presbyterian that's almost an oxymoron. She's one of believe me, I know there's a division in their ranks on the ferocity side. But as as my. My youngest son is is with her as a Presbyterian. My view is that America is enormously rich by the Judeo Christian tradition that religious motivations are extraordinarily helpful and building our country. And then maintaining it I just don't happen to share them. But. The more the merrier. That's see. That's what I tell people atheists agnostics. You don't have to be I believe that you don't have to be religious. You have to understand the importance. Exactly. Why is that so difficult if I'm not Christian? And yet, I, I am the biggest fighter for the maintenance of the Christian norms in this country like saying merry Christmas. You don't have to be something to know its value. Just watch for coming to court on the existence of the peace cross in Bladensburg, Maryland. In the next few weeks supreme court is going to say I think I'm pretty confident they're going to get this, right. They're going to say. But all you cranky secularists strip all the signs of day. Oh Christian heritage from the public square get over it. They were here first. They're here. They're not trying to bully anybody. They're not proselytizing. They are part of our, our heritage and they're going to stay. Bravo or like the ten commandments at the supreme court. Exactly. Exactly supreme court which begins at session. God, save is honorable court. What's the matter with this? That's what I don't understand. Why secularist can't say that? The fact that you are secular or atheist is you relevant to the point. Exactly. Yeah. See, that's why these things are so are so significant. So what do you do? So let's get to the to the now that I've made it clear over and over how much value work. So let me so let me ask you, first of all, do you are you in a cognitive dissonance with a person like me? You, you know, I think you respect me, certainly mutual, if that's the case. And yet, I believe that he saved this country by winning. I was totally opposed to him in the primaries, then but then when you want, I had a choice, my choice was a Republican, or a democrat. The democrat would have furthered the left wing agenda, which I believe is antipathetic to the founders. Why wouldn't I? Support the only alternative to that damage. Perfectly reasonable judgment the country with given in my judgment, unfortunate choice. Twenty sixteen. It made it Joyce, we move on. See, I don't think the dignity or the survival of America depends on this election where two great to stable, too good. To be put in mortal danger by this that election. And I think when Americans calm down, I think they're going to they're going to become exhausted by political partisanship. They're gonna look around and say. Pretty much the way we always did. And we're going to be fine. Right. But if you keep electing the people who use show, eloquently note, want to keep interfering in our lives at some point, we will feel the Davidge of an election. There's no question. I'm not saying elections don't have consequences. And some of them can be can be bad. I'm just saying, don't underestimate the strength of the country. There is the. We, we tend to be because we're Americans and we shimmering elegant beginning. We tend to be susceptible to social hypochondria. Well, we're healthier than we think. That's probably the one area. That's probably the difference that we have. I think we're not healthy than we think, because I, I look, if forty percent of not only believe in socialism, and I know you're, you're right. They've redefined it in their minds and so on. That's fine. But also a forty to fifty percent do not believe in free speech. I understand that. I'm I come from academe. Yeah, I come from an academic family. I was a professor myself. I'm talks at many universities. I've been disinvited from a university. So it was worth doing because I became the first speaker at, but his now the annual disembarkation. The William Buckley on New York City, I go to that data then getaway university, Dennis I do down six seven and seven blocks in a few minutes. It's perfect timing. It's perfect timing. Congratulations on the book and I look forward to talking again. All right. Okay. That's a deal. Thank you so much. George, will the conservative sensibility. So, right. Didn't hide difference. But.

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"bill buckley" Discussed on Remso Republic

Remso Republic

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"bill buckley" Discussed on Remso Republic

"It's like, you know, understand like this was like Bill Buckley firing line. Do you expect this guy who's a nice guy? But the he's a nerd to go up against these professionally polished politicians who were gone just go for blood like we live in the as of rather be morally correct than factually. Right. So he can come with the best plan. He could be the most qualified person there. But you're not going to go ahead and fight these people that know that all. Matters is the court of public opinion. So you're not gonna see that's why you know, like you add like Chelsea Manning up there like how how funny would it be the LGBTQ XYZ to you've community just completely divide itself because it's like saying, oh Chelsea can't win. Therefore, we have to someone else. And they have someone who's a Chelsea's for like, oh, you're big at. You're not supporting one of us like I see this happening. Like, you know, the the Republican primaries were contentious like I I remember that so yellow tech when I think about that because it was bad. But like this is it's it's not even like to a full month in the twenty nine scene, and they're already pulling out like the night of long knives. And I want to give a little bit. But this is one thing that also kind of bugged me, and like I I really has nothing to do with the libertarian presidential candidates. But it's more to do just with like this, anti Trump derangement syndrome. Bill weld was carted around liberty con like a corpse. It was so fricking uncomfortable because people would see him and like no one was really excited to see Bill. Well, it's more like, bro. Why are you here? Like, we know you want something because there's no reason why old politician who his own party is really embitterment towards goes around says many state and national conventions as you did the last year to half. And now, you're here trying to get people to remember that you exist. So it was just like really frigging awkward, but the part that really the part that just showed me that some people just have no grasp on row is on a on Friday night. I guess just in the mosh was. Questioned about you know, the impact libertarian candidate would have on the race. And he was like, you know, the libertarian party shouldn't, you know, be be a halfway house for squishy Republicans should be someone's for full bore libertarian. So Matt Welsh from reason magazine when it had through Masha statements a weld and most people in the audience, we're like, maybe maybe a Mancha's calling. Well, the squishy pseudo Republican was like, yeah, I'm the full bore total hundred percent libertarian. I just smacked my face on my brow. What are you really want? Like trying to stir up some trouble. I don't like. It was so weird, man. He's talking. He's he's talking about how much he loves Mueller. He saw about how he was on the Watergate commission. That's like man, we all want. Nobody wants anyone that was old enough to be a serving member of the Watergate commission and actually think these are things that libertarians are going to say, oh, well, that's great. Oh, good. But they did twenty sixteen how many Bill weld apologised off top of your head to be honest with you. But I run in different circles. It's like they're there. And it's just weird than Slyke. I totally okay. So I I it's funny. When people are like, oh, the the libertarian party has been hijacked by Democrats, bro. If you think they'll libertarian party can be hijacked by anything. You don't fricken know what the hell you're talking about. Because barely gets it cell phone channel. Sometimes like now, they're acting like a dull tes, they have a full-time person. Just mears's. Awesome. Manning the day-to-day stuff and stuff stripping on stage. People are cleaning up national parks. And now they look fun like normal adults invite to a barbecue. Meanwhile, everyone else looks like they're shitting themselves because the orange man is bad. They've got you to rejoin the libertarian party, bro. I wanted the t shirt. Yeah..

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"bill buckley" Discussed on Remso Republic

Remso Republic

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"bill buckley" Discussed on Remso Republic

"It's like understand like this was like Bill Buckley firing line. Do you expect this guy who's a nice guy? But the he's a nerd to go up against these professionally polished politicians who were gone, they just go for blood like we live in the as of rather be morally correct than factually. Right. So he can come with the best plan. He could be the most qualified person there. But you're not going to go ahead and fight these people that know that all. That matters is the court of public opinion. So you're not gonna see him. That's why you know, like you add like Chelsea Manning up there like how how funny would it be the LGBTQ XYZ to you've community just completely divide itself because it's like saying, oh Chelsea can't win. Therefore, we have to go with someone else. And they have someone who's a Chelsea's for like, oh, you're big at. You're not supporting one of us like I see this happening. Like, you know, the the Republican primaries were contentious like I I remember that so yellow tech when I think about that because it was bad. But like this is it's it's not even like to a full month in the twenty nine scene, and they're already pulling out like the night of long knives. And I want to give a little bit. But this is one thing that also kind of bugged me, and like I I really has nothing to do with the libertarian presidential candidate. But it's more to do just with like this, anti Trump derangement syndrome. Bill weld was carted around liberty con like a corpse. It was so fricking uncomfortable because people would see him and like no one was really excited to see Bill. Well, it's more like, bro. Why are you here? Like, we know you want something because there's no reason why old politician who his own party is really am biven towards goes around says many state and national conventions as you did the last year to have. And now, you're here trying to get people to remember that you exist. So it was just like really frigging awkward, but the part that really the part that just showed me that some people just have no grasp on row is on a on Friday night. I guess just in the mosh was. Questioned about you know, the impact libertarian candidate would have on the race. And he was like, you know, the libertarian party shouldn't, you know, be be a halfway house for squishy Republicans. It should be for full bore libertarian. So Matt Welsh from reason magazine when it had through Masha statement to weld and most people in the audience, maybe maybe a Mancha's calling. Well, the squishy pseudo Republican was like, yeah, I'm the full bore total hundred percent libertarian. I just smacked my face on my brow. What are you really want? Like trying to stir up some trouble. I don't. It was so weird, man. He's talking. He's he's talking about how much he loves Mueller. He saw about how he was on the Watergate commission. That's like man, we all want. Nobody wants anyone that was old enough to be a serving member of the Watergate commission, actually think these are things that libertarians are going to say, oh, well, that's great. Oh, good. But they didn't twenty sixteen how many Bill weld apologised off top of your head. Many to be honest with you, but I run in different circles than it's like they're there, and it's just weird than Slyke. I totally okay. So I I it's funny. When people are like, oh, the libertarian party has been hijacked by Democrats, bro. If you think they'll libertarian party can be hijacked by anything. You don't fricken know what the hell you're talking about. Because barely gets it self sometimes like now, they're acting like a dull tes, they have a full-time person. Just mir's. Awesome. Manning the day to day stuff and stuff stripping on stage. People are cleaning up national parks. And now they look fun like normal adults invite to a barbecue. Meanwhile, everyone else looks like they're shitting themselves because the orange man is bad..

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"bill buckley" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"bill buckley" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"With our leader. Event. Hello, everybody. Mark Levin here. Our number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one. So let me summarize very briefly. And underscore the point the president triggers the national emergencies act. He's not doing anything. That is damaging the constitution or any federal statue. It'll be tested and the chips will fall where they may what he's trying to do is enforce existing federal immigration law. Against the lawless democrat party and their sanctuary cities and their desire to shut down the garment dragged down everyone and bring down everyone despite their propaganda campaign, and they're propagandists in the media. He's held Ben our president is securing the border. That's why we have a military. That's why we've reported patrol. That's why we have ice. That's why the coast guard in many respects to secure our border. And now, they dismiss it. Well, that's not a national security issue. It's not a military issue. Again. It's not a military issue in the sense that we don't use the military for domestic enforcement purposes. But I don't see why you couldn't use military funds. At least the army corps of engineer engineers to to support those activities. He's not doing anything that really is pushing the edge of the envelope except in this current culture in this current environment where the left can do pretty much anything as they attack our constitutional order, and and this president perhaps others who tried to clar way back. They're the ones who are said to be acting inappropriately. That's why it's very frustrating to see Bill Buckley's magazine. Take such a preposterous position..

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"bill buckley" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

07:33 min | 3 years ago

"bill buckley" Discussed on KTOK

"Good morning. Oklahoma's first news, NewsRadio one thousand K T. O K am Lee. Mathew Samuel Katz is a New York Times bestselling author under fire and his new book is about the kidnapping and murder of DIA station chief William Buckley, it's called Beirut's rules and Samuel a lot has happened in the Middle East since this has all happened. Take us back to the thirty five years and reset the scene of the book Lebanon had just emerged from a brutal ugly, civil war civil war that was fought before CNN and all this coverage could be seen live with atrocities perpetrated by all sides in June of nineteen eighty-two Israel in Lebanon and takes over Beirut. And in the chaos of trying to solely pro western Christian government in in Lebanon, their assassinations suicide bombings and the Iranians coming off the Khameini revolution are really trying to ignite the Shiite population. To rise up into seize control in the country and in April nineteen Eighty-three on a a much time on a warm spring day when the CIA assets and country, we're all meeting at the embassy. Hezbollah perpetrate suicide truck bombing and kill sixty people including virtually the entire US intelligence community in country and the CIA needed a man who had the courage to keep ability and the craziness if you might say to go into harm's way. And that man was William F. Buckley, William F, Buckley was a silver star recipient Korean and Vietnam. He was a green beret officer. And he was a a paramilitary officer of of untold capabilities and experience. And. Okay. So when I read about this time of history because again, this was before we had CNN giving us updates every quarter hour, why was the CIA there in the first place where they trying to protect American interest were they trying to protect Israeli interest or were they just trying to keep the whole pot from boiling over. Well. This is everywhere. In every US embassy around the world. There is a CIA station. And those stations agents the officers that work out of there. The case officers will answer to a station chief, and that man is responsible for knowing everybody signing everybody making sure that they're not taking undue risks and Bill Buckley was the CIA station chief assigned to rebuild US intelligence capabilities in Lebanon, Lebanon, being a crossroad whereas really Syrian Iranian and Saudi and other interests all converged into one heuristic minefield and Bill. Buckley, specialty was a paramilitary officer. He built counterterrorist forces and part of the Reagan foreign policy was that Lebanon. Lebanon, internal forces should be built up and supported so that they can fight the terrorists by themselves. But of course, Lebanon was so fractured along tribal and security in line that the forces really had no chances for success and the forces from outside Lebanon from Syria and Iran were so strong and the fanaticism so so zealous and so severe that Bill. Buckley was there when when the marine barracks were blown up thirty five years ago this week in fact, and as as dangerous as Lebanon was Bill Buckley believed because there were rules of the spy game Bill. That A station chief he was exempt from danger that nobody would touch him because people moral even though is identity was secret. And he was there under diplomatic cover that nobody would mess with him and the rules of Lebanon Beirut rules, where we get the title from is that there were no rules. Whoever was the most barbaric and cruel and win against the green was the one who wants March of eighty four Bill Buckley was was abducted as he went to work, and he was interrogated by Hezbollah and the Iranians and God knows who else we uncovered documents that the FBI believed that he was he was flown to Tehran and an interrogated by Iranian specialists, and ultimately the beatings torture. The absolute lack of food water, and and the elements took its toll and Bill Buckley died in captivity. Name of the book is Beirut rule. The murder of a CIA station chief and Hezbollah's war against America. This is Samuel cast one of the co authors of the book this just as you described as I know it's not the same. And I know that there are significant differences. But I'm also seeing similarities between what happened in Beirut in your book, and what happened in Benghazi or am I way off. No, no, you're absolutely correct. Because one of the lessons learned from William Buckley's abduction. Was that CIA assets, primarily CIA station. She's the men and women who who knew all the names movie addresses had to be protected so in Benghazi when there was the attack on the on the temporary consulate residents were ambassador Stevens was was staying in the city. There was also a CIA annex that was involved in trying covertly to bring arms to Syrian rebels fighting in the civil war and elements of that CIA annex the security element came to the rescue of of the temporary mission. However, their main mission ultimately specifically therefore was to do everything and anything in their power to protect that station chief because the had he fallen in the hands of the. Allen saw rebels who terrorists who attacked our interests in Benghazi the ramifications would have been far more reaching than than the destruction of life and property and lesson that was learned from the Buckley incident was that people at the top. And I'm not talking about the president secretary of state or people like that people in operations at an intelligence agency were military command sometimes must make split-second decisions that in hindsight aren't correct. Sometimes they even go into that in hindsight are fraught with danger, and might not be the smartest thing and these decisions ultimately, and we have to remember we forget sometimes are made by men and women people who are human and people who are fallible and people who will go. They have the best interests at heart sometimes or caught up in parts of the world that each eat one another, and, you know, put the best laid plans of of.

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"bill buckley" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"bill buckley" Discussed on KTOK

"First news. Good morning Leigh Matthews. Newsradio one thousand Casey, okay? Samuel Katz is a New York Times bestselling author under fire was his composition and his new book is the kidnapping and murder of a DIA station chief William Buckley, it's called Beirut rules, and he joins us. Now. Samuel a lot has happened in the Middle East since this all happened. So take us back thirty five years and reset the scene for the book Lebanon had just emerged from a brutal ugly, civil war civil war that was fought before CNN and all this coverage could be seen live with atrocities perpetrated by all sides in June of nineteen eighty two Israel, invades, Lebanon and takes over Beirut. And in the chaos of trying to solely pro western Christian government in in Lebanon, their assassinations suicide bombings and the Iranians coming off the Khameini revolution. A really trying to ignite the Shiites. Population to rise up into seize control in the country and in April nineteen Eighty-three. Amongst time on a warm spring day when the CIA assets in country, we're meeting if he embassy his Bulla perpetrates a suicide truck bombing and kill sixty people including virtually the entire US intelligence community in country and the CIA needed a man who had the courage keep ability and the craziness if you might say to go into harm's way. And that man was William Buckley's William F Buckley was a silver star recipient of Korean in Vietnam. He was a green beret officer. And he was a a paramilitary officer of of untold capabilities and experience. And. Okay. So when I read about this time of history, again, this was before we had CNN giving us updates every quarter hour, why was the CIA there in the first place where they trying to protect American interests where they trying to protect Isreaeli interest or were they just trying to keep the whole pot from boiling over. Well. This is everywhere. Every US embassy around the world. There is a CIA station. And those stations the agents the officers that work out out of there. The case officers will answer to a station chief, and that man is responsible for knowing everybody assigning everybody making sure that they're not taking undue risks and Bill Buckley was the CIA station chief assigned who rebuild US intelligence capabilities in Lebanon, Lebanon, being a crossroad whereas really Syrian Iranian and Saudi and other interests or converged into one horrific minefield and Bill Buckley specialty was a paramilitary officer. He built counterterrorist forces and part of the Reagan foreign policy was that Lebanon. Lebanon, internal forces should be built up and supported so that they can fight terrorists by themselves. But of course, Lebanon was so fractured along tribal and security line that the forces really had no chances for success and the forces from outside Lebanon from Syria and Iran were so strong and the sonata system, so so zealous and so severe that Bill. Buckley was there when when the marine barracks were blown up thirty five years ago this week in fact, and as as dangerous as Lebanon was Bill Buckley believed because there were rules of the spy game Bill. That station chief he was exempt from danger, but nobody would touch him because people moral even though he is identity was secret news there under diplomatic cover that. Nobody would mess with him. And.

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"bill buckley" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:17 min | 3 years ago

"bill buckley" Discussed on KTOK

"The rules of Lebanon Beirut rules, the title from is that there were no rules. Liberal was the most barbaric and cruel and win against the green was the one who wants March of eighty four Bill Buckley was was abducted as he went to work, and he was interrogated by Hezbollah Iranians. And God knows who else we uncovered documents FBI believes that he was he was flown to Tehran and and interrogated by Iranian specialists. And ultimately the beatings torture. The absolute lack of food water, and and the elements took its toll and Bill. Buckley died in captivity. Name of the book is may rules, the murder of a CIA station chief and Hezbollah's war against America. This is Samuel cast one of the co authors of the book this just as you described as I know it's not the same. And I know that there are significant differences. But I'm also seeing similarities between what happened in Beirut in your book, and what happened in Benghazi or am I way off. No, you're absolutely correct. Because one of the lessons learned from William Buckley's abduction was that C A assets, primarily CIA station. She's the men and women who who knew all the names the movie addresses out to be protected so in Benghazi when there was the attack on the on the temporary consulate residents were invested or Stevens was was staying in the city. I'm there is also a CIA annex that was involved. In trying covertly to bring arms to Syrian rebels fighting in the civil war and. Elements of that CIA annex the security element came to the rescue of of the temporary mission. However, their main mission, ultimately specifically therefore was to do everything and anything in their power to protect that station chief because the had he fallen in the hands of the Allen saw rebels who terrorists who attacked our interests in Benghazi the ramifications would have been far more reaching than than the destruction of life and property and lesson that was learned from the Buckley incident was that people at the top. And I'm not talking about the president secretary of state or people like that the people in operations at an intelligence agency were military command sometimes must make split-second decisions that in hindsight aren't correct. Sometimes they even go on deployments. But in hindsight are fraught with danger. And might not be the smartest thing and these decisions. Ultimately, we have to remember we forget sometimes are made by men and women people who are human and people who are fallible and people who have oh, they have the best interests at heart sometimes or caught up.

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"bill buckley" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"bill buckley" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"System in the Middle East up until that point. The. Group that was then known as Lama jihad, but that group took out Israel's eyes and ears in country. They did the same thing when they bombed the US embassy because they bombed the embassy at the same time that the entire station country was meeting. So when Bill Buckley went to Lebanon, he went to really put the flag back on the ground on the smoldering round and say, we're we're back here and had to rebuild something from scratch, the the intelligence services communicate. But sometimes until things have to be cleared. Has to be cleared through various commands. It has to be cleared headquarters. It has to be cleared in Israel's case at the prime minister's level. And then it has to be related to their liaison back back in Langley in the nineteen eighty three nineteen Eighty-four. We're not talking about sending a message on what's up. Everything was delayed. Things were done in a different way. And that intelligence was probably analyzed, and in understood after the fact when Buckley was kidnapped, but we do know because we interviewed the the Mossad station chief in Beirut at the time that the call came out that was all hands effort, they should use all an any of their resources in country to try and locate who has Bill Buckley, and we're where whereas he being held. One eight six six five zero JIMBO to Robert in Burlington, Vermont on the Bohannon show, Robert good evening. Hello, Robert, are you there? Well, perhaps Robert is not there. All right, one eight six six five O, JIMBO one eight six six five zero five four six two six in terms of of lessons learned here. I'm wondering Samuel what? What lessons do you think of been learned from all of this? A lesson. That has been learned that I think that it connects with the books that further, and I wrote Kuroda on Benghazi was that any and all efforts must be made to protect protect the CIA's top man in any country, especially hostile environments, and that was seen in Benghazi when the special mission compound where ambassador Stevens was was using a residence was under attack. There was conflict at the CIA annex nearby as to if they consent forces to reinforce and try and rescue on the special mission compound, the protection of classified information. The protection of what is in the head in memory of high ranking individuals is is belongs to the operational integrity. Of a nation's intelligence service ability to maintain efforts in that country or other countries and not being able to protect William Buckley. Allowing him to to live off campus so to speak and not be protected and not having contingencies. What if because when things go bad, they go bad in a real real hurry was.

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The Israel Hour: August 19, 2018

The Israel Hour Radio Archives

03:11 min | 4 years ago

The Israel Hour: August 19, 2018

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