35 Burst results for "Bill Clinton"
The Eric Metaxas Show
John Zmirak and Eric Unpack Trump's Hilarious CNN Town Hall
"Had this CNN town hall last week. And I find the whole thing so delicious that it's just, it just is so hilarious to me that CNN figures like, hey, our ratings are in the tank, we've got a win win. We'll get Donald Trump on because Fox News doesn't like Trump anymore. We'll get him to come on and we will destroy him. So they have him on, he effectively destroys them. I don't know how it's possible that in New Hampshire, CNN allowed all these looked like pro Trump people into the auditorium. But it's one of the most funny delightful things I've seen and it reveals to my mind again that Donald Trump for whatever faults he has seems to understand America in a way that a lot of the other candidates even on the right don't. He has an ability to connect, which I think at this point is really vital. A political genius is a rare thing. It's something that kind of falls from the sky. Maybe once a generation, and if a party doesn't know how to take advantage of getting a political genius and grooming him and straightening him out and giving him guidance and giving him support and calling him reeling him back when he makes mistakes. But the Democrats were given Bill Clinton after decades of decline after dukakis after Gary Hart. Mondale. But all of a sudden, like a meteorite, the glorious charming sociopath, Bill Clinton falls in their lap. We got Ronald Reagan. After that, what did we have? Bob Dole, George W. Bush, who is like an embarrassment. He was always embarrassed. I don't want to curse on the air, but I have to Mitt Romney. Yeah, yeah. I mean, boy, talk about somebody who's been forgotten. Paul Ryan. Talk about people who nobody thinks about anymore. Nobody will ever think about again, including maybe their family members. Their
The Eric Metaxas Show
Clinton Has More Connections to Black People Than Michelle Obama
"Have done the research. This is genuinely who Michelle Obama is. She actually did these things and no one knows about it. Yeah, she doesn't talk about that. She makes up these stories about my high school counselor racially profiled me. I grew up as a black woman. My black DNA. She ironically has the same problem that Barack did when he ran for president. White people thought he was black. And they were like, great, we want a black president. That'd be cool. Black people didn't buy into it. They thought, hey, this is a biracial guy. He's from Hawaii. He went to Harvard. We're not voting for this guy. And slowly took quite a long time for Obama to get black voters. Michelle has the same problem. She has nothing in common with black people. She has no black friends. She never did. And she has no experiences that black people went through in life. So she has to fake this story about racial discrimination that never happened. I was going to say, genuinely, Bill Clinton had more connections in the black community. Truly than the obamas. And it seems clear that the obamas and the clintons really dislike each other. No question there are political rivals for many years. Of course, back in 2007, 8, they were direct rivals for the nomination. And then, of course, Obama, I think he wanted to kind of freeze Bill Clinton and freeze the clintons from dominating the Democrat party. So he named Hillary as the Secretary of State to kind of keep them under his wing. So he did something to keep them under his control. To keep Hillary or Hillary and Bill. Both both, if they were subservient to him as the president and Hillary that would kind of freeze them out from doing anything against him. So that was a good move. And then, of course, he supported Hillary then to against Donald Trump at that failed. And now they're left with I think Michelle to take up the reins.
The Eric Metaxas Show
The Evil Reason Why Randall Terry's 'Operation Rescue' Shut Down
"To ask you, so operation rescue was launched in 1987, ended effectively in 94. And what have you been doing in the roughly three decades since it officially shut down? The Clinton administration made it their mission to break our back. So Janet Reno and one of her first press conferences said that her main objective was to stop operation rescue. Janet Reno was the attorney general for Bill Clinton. And in case people don't remember her, she looked a lot like sasquatch. Yeah, she was not a lot of times people get the names mixed up. But she was the attorney general that looked a lot like Susquehanna. No, listen, I have to joke around because it's such bitter sick stuff we're discussing. She was evil. They passed a ministration decided. Think about this, folks. I want you to want you to hear the Clinton administration decided we want to break the back of operation rescue. Let's think about that. Why? Why would they put everything on the line? To end a movement, a peaceful movement to end abortion. Why would the clintons do that? But they did. So go ahead. Well, they were baby killers is the answer. They believed in shedding innocent blood. They were the villain in the story.
AP News Radio
Trump calls accuser a 'nut job' in recording played for jury
"Lawyers for a former columnist who's accused Donald Trump of rape have rested their case in a New York City courtroom. The jurors got to hear more of former president Donald Trump's videotaped deposition, recorded in October, in which he called E Jean Carroll, quote a nut job and mentally sick. The sworn statement similar to what he said publicly, like in June of 2019 after Carol went public. This is a woman who's also accused other men of things, as you know. It is a totally false accusation. A friend of the writers testified. Carol had told her about the alleged attack at the time that it happened in 1996. The plaintiff's lawyers rested their case, even though Trump's lawyers didn't present any witnesses, they were given until Monday to decide if they too would rest. Trump, who is in Ireland called the case fake. It's criticizing the judge who'd been appointed by Democrat Bill Clinton. I'm Jackie Quinn
The Charlie Kirk Show
Sen. Ron Johnson on Blinken's Lies About Meeting With Hunter Biden
"Dive right into it. I see here new emails show Tony blinken line to the U.S. Senate under oath about meeting with Hunter Biden, senator tell us about it. Well, Charlie, well, what he lied about is that he said he didn't ever email Hunter Biden. Remember, center grass and I were investigating Hunter Biden late 2019, early 2020. Remember December 2019, the FBI took possession of his laptop to 2020 was COVID. It wasn't easy to do an investigation. People wouldn't come in for interviews, but a number of people from the State Department did come in for interviews. We actually had an interview scheduled with Anthony blinken. Remember, he was deputy Secretary of State. And at some point in time, he decided to cancel that. The election happens, and then lo and behold, because he wanted to become Secretary of State, he decided to come in for an interview. And so we transcribed in and if you ask them all kinds of questions, we are primarily concerned about the May 27th meeting that he had scheduled with hunter, which got canceled because bull Biden died, I think, three days later. But then the follow-up meeting, a launch immediately occurred in July of 20 21. Of 2020. And so we want to ask him, what did he and hunter talk about and what he told us? No, it's just golf and grandkids. It's going to be golf and grandkids, just like Lois Lerner, remember that not low sort of Loretta lynch with Bill Clinton. Just golf and grandkids. Right. So again, they talked about Boeing. So how can you really press them too hard on that when you're talking about the tragedy of losing a brother? But during that interview, we asked him point blank. What kind of communications do you have with hunter? I mean, did you talk to him on the phone? He said he really didn't. We asked him, well, do you communicate him through email and text? And he said, no, now what we've seen because of the Hunter Biden laptop is we have emails where Anthony blinken was emailing Hunter Biden and probably even worse. His wife, Evan Ryan, is her name. She worked for the State Department also under Obama.
The Eric Metaxas Show
How Is President Trump Holding Up? Dick Morris Explains
"Back, I'm sorry, we have to conclude our time with dick Morris, but maybe I can ask you dick just to comment since I know you are close to president Trump. How is he doing and how's he holding up in the face of these just unrelenting vicious preposterous attacks legally and otherwise? Well, some politicians live through reflected praise. Glory. They're narcissists, Bill Clinton was a good example. He was promiscuous because he saw it ratification in the mirror of each new woman that he'd be with. And he was popular because the ultimate the ultimate view of his effectiveness as a human being was his poll numbers, because that's his word narcissist looks at. Mirror mirror on the wall who's the fairest of them all. And I think that Donald Trump is the exact opposite. He thrives not off adulation, but of criticism. Not off success, but often adversity. In fact, he's a little bit like Churchill. The worst things get the better he gets. And the more the more valiant he becomes, and in his case, it's a vindication of a feeling of always having been attacked by the left unfairly irresponsibly. And I think that it fuels him. I think that the Trump that we've seen over the last couple of months or at least I've seen him a lot. Is not a beleaguered, battered Trump, it's an empowered vigorous, happy, a happy warrior, if you will, like, how Smith was called.
"bill clinton" Discussed on Crypto Voices
"Core balance sheet that is the balance sheet of the Federal Reserve. All right, we go on here. Bitcoin had a 20 K run here late 2017, how did it look? $4.4 trillion in fed balance sheet. About the same. Again, notice here, the U.S. was not printing money. This is the definition of printing money so the fed kept the balance sheet the same. All the way from mid 2014 till basically the start of 2018, and then they started to take it down. All right, so they were not pretty money here at all. Bitcoin was $276 billion at this point, so much, much higher. Then we get to COVID. This sort of intention to quote normalize the fed's balance sheet failed. The repost by happened here September 2019 and then COVID, of course, March April 2020. Just massive inflation of the balance sheet, Bitcoin also increased the lot here. There was also a lot of trading, people staying at home. Bitcoin gets over a $1 trillion in market cap. And what is the fed's balance sheet at this time? 7.7 trillion. So this is, this is by far you can just see with your eyes, the biggest penetration, as far as a direct relationship between the value of the Bitcoin network and the value of the United States dollar that is the fed's balance sheet. We have a double top here in 2021, which is kind of rare, actually. Even get a little bit higher here in November 2021, 1.2 trillion dollars. And the fed's balance sheet is rising all the same. At the same time, gets up to 8.6 trillion at this point. Late 2021, and then of course, as I said, the fed's balance sheet eventually gets almost denied. It doesn't quite kiss $9 trillion. It must have been a voodoo. And Bitcoin is falling here in 2022. A lot of scams start in the summer of 2022. Of course, and up with the ultimate scam at the end of 2022. Bitcoin's market cap is falling. Down to a low of somewhere in 300 billion range. The fed's balance sheet is trying to normalize as well. And then that takes us all the way till today. Let's go all the way to the very last Wednesday that's recorded by the federal service again. This is a weekly frequency. The Federal Reserve's balance sheet is 8.6 $1 trillion as of April 19th and Bitcoin's market cap $557 billion. All right. Thank you for listening to me, go through that step by step here. Let's just answer a couple of quick questions here. Okay. Two numbers I want you to keep in your mind. A trillion. All right, which was basically the Bitcoin double top value, even a little bit over in 2021. So a $1 trillion. And also 500 billion, which is roughly the value today. So at 500 billion in a trillion. Let's ask ourselves when was the Federal Reserve's balance sheet lasted those two numbers. All right, so let's go back in time before COVID or the repo spike before QE three. Down back in time before QE two, now we've lost the Bitcoin market cap because Bitcoin didn't exist with a real depth of monetary pricing, let's say, a dollar pricing that did exist, but no pricing here. Getting to where the point where it didn't exist, the start of January 2009, QE one, and we're going into 2008 right now, so Bitcoin definitely didn't exist, but that is also the financial crisis. The balance sheet is going down now, down, down, down. Just before you see the line of global financial crisis on my chart, we'll take it to September tenth, 2008. This is just before the collapse of Lehman and a lot of stuff in the markets. That balance sheet. $926 billion. So not too long ago, 15 years ago. Bed's balance sheet was the size. Of a value that Bitcoin itself has reached. Which is pretty wild to think about. I'm not making a judgment there. I'm just saying that's a wild fact. All right. Only 15 years ago, Bitcoin, the Bitcoin system, the creation of Satoshi Nakamoto, embraced by individuals, a network of people. Free individuals worldwide. There's only 15 years ago with the federal service balance shape was. Under a $1 trillion. Okay, now what was the second number to keep in mind? $500 billion. When was the fed's balance sheet as we see this is the completely different monetary epoch here. When did it hit $500 billion? All right, so 2005 were roughly at 800 billion, 2004, 700 billion, 2003. Two, 600 billion getting close, 2001, 600 billion. 5 high 500 billion, let's go to 500 billion exactly. I have 500 billion still. We're getting around the millennium. Up a little bit. 1999, we're in mid 500. 1998, somewhere here. Summer, 1998. Summer 1998. Fed's balance sheet was 500 billion. Dollars. To me, that does not seem that. Long ago. Seems quite recent. In fact, I can remember those days. Well, running track in high school and yeah, it's pretty wild. So Bitcoin has been well over that value. And as of today, in $2023, Bitcoin is that value. All right, so of course, $1998, $500 billion in 1998 is not the same. It's $500 billion in 2023, but nonetheless. It's kind of remarkable. You might have not even thought about it this way. The Bitcoin system today is worth in nominal dollar terms. The same as the fed balance sheet. Only 25 years ago. So father time, he definitely stops for no one. But when there is a good idea that comes along, probably worthwhile to pay attention. And these are just, I think, two very interesting numbers. What was going on in 1998? Bill Clinton, president was being impeached. Lying about a woman, again, like we haven't heard that before with presidents. Just wild to think that only 20 5 years ago. The entire balance sheet of the United States monetary authority was $500 billion. And of course, since that time is exploded, it's almost 9 trillion. Massive, massive increase, unthinkable increase. On the eve of the financial crisis, this was unthinkable numbers. Yet this competing alternative monetary system has hit a $1 trillion. The precise value of the Federal Reserve's balance sheet on the eve of the financial crisis. 900 billion a $1 trillion. It's hit that twice. And right now it's at 500 billion, which again. You can't compare apples to apples the value of the dollar at that time, but it's just remarkable, nonetheless, the dollar is still. The world's most demanded and coveted Fiat currency. So for the world's most demanded Fiat currency, even though $500 billion meant a lot, it bought a lot of different things. 25 years ago, it was only 25 years ago. It's not that long ago, and now the Bitcoin system today is $500 billion. In the next video, I'm going to run through exactly how that percentage shakes out and we're going to draw a trendline. Thanks for watching.
"bill clinton" Discussed on Crypto Voices
"Hey everybody, welcome. Thanks for joining. My name is Matthew. Today we're going to compare Bitcoin and the dollar. Not the price, but the market cap. All right, so here we are again with the fed balance sheet. That is the total assets that the Central Bank of the United States, the Federal Reserve. Holds on its balance sheet. And if you follow the last few videos of the securities, the government securities, that is the bills notes and bonds that the Federal Reserve owns. Versus the national debts, you will note that this is a very similar looking curve. That is the vast majority of the assets, the vast, vast majority of the assets that the Federal Reserve holds on its balance sheet. Our government securities. And by the way, I do hope you enjoyed the finale of that yesterday. I posted it as a YouTube short my first feel like a diva now. But it was a fun look at the last 250 years of the United States government debt and how much of that government debt is monetized. IE printed directly on the Federal Reserve. So, as I mentioned in my intro, were not going to look at price of Bitcoin versus the dollar. As we typically think of it, right? The exchange rate of bitcoins to dollars. The price. We're going to compare market caps. And when you think about the market cap of the dollar, that's kind of confusing, right? I've talked about this AD nauseam, but again, my short disclaimers to hopefully a short Friday video here. What does it mean the market cap of the dollar? We have various money supplies. We have money in your bank account, money and money market funds. We have money in Euro dollars. We have money in repurchase agreements. Lots of money around the world. But as I always try to make the distinction, dear viewer, dear listener. That stuff is fiduciary media. The only money in the Fiat system that is completely apples to apples analogous to Bitcoin. Is base money. And where do you find base money on the balance sheet of the monetary authority or the balance sheet of the Central Bank? Now, two more disclaimers. First of all, the monetary base, it's the liability side of the balance sheet. Typically will equal the total assets of the Central Bank roughly roughly. It's not going to be exact, but roughly assets equal liabilities, the monetary base is a liability. They buy with this money they create X neo, they buy assets. In the Federal Reserve's case, they have this huge outstanding liability also to non banks, but it is basically Central Bank money to non banks. So that's also on the liability side. So that's another reason why I'm just for simplicity here when I'm talking about the market cap of the dollar. You know, who is the issuing authority of the dollar the Federal Reserve? That is why I'm going to use the total assets for Federal Reserve. So it counts up basically the liabilities of notes, bank reserves, and this reverse repurchase agreement facility for non banks, which is actually a repo. For the Federal Reserve, the fed is the repo party, the non banks they are the reverse repo. So, once you count all those liabilities up and a little bit more, you will get total assets. Basically, the market cap of the dollar, the base money of the dollar. Of course, this is just the dollar. I've done a monetary base exhibit now for many years with the top 50 currencies in the world. This will continue to be expanded. Especially with my work on the CBDC tracker with the human rights foundation. We will continue to expand the monetary base there and look at actually how much CBDCs are in circulation. And how big some of these balance sheets are around the world for various central banks. But this leads me to my final disclaimer for this video. Again, this is just the Federal Reserve. This is just the dollar. Yes, the dollar is the world's reserve currency. And Bitcoin, of course, is neutral to all of these currencies. So Bitcoin, even though people like to often compare Bitcoin to many dollar based money supplies, which I am doing right here, be very, very clear, this is just one. This is just one of many, many Fiat money supplies around the world. That is base money supplies around the world. And this is the balance sheet at Central Bank. So this is just the dollar. I think that's enough disclaimers now for this, hopefully hopefully quick Friday video. All right, so I've shown this a long time. Let's zoom in. Let's say, roughly here. And let's look again, the fed got almost to 9 $1 trillion in 2020 to 2021 in 2022 as the COVID scare was settling down, but they were still issuing a lot of money to both banks and non banks. And buying government securities with that issued money. You see this little blip in the last couple of weeks, what was that? That was the SVB signature most recent banking fiasco. Again, there's always many when you have a monopolistic overseer of the currency, but this is just the most recent where they thought that they needed to inject a little bit more liquidity into the nation's financial system. That's what that is. All right, so this is the balance sheet of the Federal Reserve. This is the market cap of the dollar. This is the proper market cap of the dollar. It's the balance sheet of the monetary authority of the United States. All right, so how does Bitcoin compare to it? Let's just layer it on. All right, we have Bitcoin pizza day. Bitcoin started to get a market cap, at least according to my calculations after Bitcoin, pizza day. The first recognized barter transaction of Bitcoin, our friend laszlo, and that's when I start my market cap data. So what I'm going to show you right now in orange, Bitcoin orange is the Bitcoin market cap. Quite small here again, we're on linear scale, not log scale here, and just use the tool tip. Federal Reserve was going through QE one right here, and then Bitcoin pizza today. So now we get some Bitcoin data. Going up to QE two, March 2012, let's just stop at this date. Mid month, March 2012, $2.9 trillion of Federal Reserve balance sheet. How big is Bitcoin at this moment? 50 million. .05 billion that's $50 million big. All right, let's move on. This is QE three. The Federal Reserve tops out its balance sheet here by mid 2014, how big is Bitcoin at this point? Well, it's $6 billion. So if growing, growing growing, but how big is the fed's balance sheet 4.45? $1 trillion. So 4450 $1 billion compared to $4.7 billion. Bitcoin is still a flea. Not even compared to the global financial system, but compared to the U.S. financial systems
The Charlie Kirk Show
How Textbooks Are Already Rewriting the Trump Era With Greg Price
"Price joins us big name on Twitter and he is also the communications director for the state freedom caucus network. Greg, welcome to the program. Thanks for having me on Charlie good to be here. Greg, tell us about the story you broke about a push. I was in a push guy and I got a 5 on the exam that was what 11, 12 years ago, a push is advanced placement, U.S. history, tell us about what you found in our textbooks of the these are the top students, by the way. These are the top performing students that is what AP exams are supposed to be. Tell us about it. Yeah, so I went through 5 AP U.S. history textbooks on the college boards official list of them. There's about 20, not all of them cover all the way through the Trump presidency, but a few are starting to. And I went through 5 of them that do that. And I found that they contain, you know, just things that are straight up lies about Donald Trump as well as clear bias on behalf of the authors, all of whom are college history professors. And so to give you a few examples in the American pageants, which is the most commonly used a push textbook and in these classes, it describes Donald Trump as a quote sexual predator. But if you go back to Bill Clinton, it describes him simply as dogged by scandal and doesn't even mention any of his accusers. That is clearly liberal bias. It's described Donald Trump as a sexual predator and not Bill Clinton. But then if you go to some others such as the American promise, written by 7 co authors all of whom are professors, it says in there, verbatim, Donald Trump refused to condemn Charlottesville. That is something that is factually incorrect. And there's another one that has the very fine people on both sides, folks from Charlottesville. There's one that covers through COVID and through the beginning of the Biden administration, which says that the most likely origin of COVID was a wet market, doesn't even mention the lab leak theory. It covers January 6th by saying a policeman died, which again, factually untrue
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Carrie Sheffield Covers the Latest Abortion Pill Rulings
"It's time for our first guest of the day delighted to have her in studio, Carrie Sheffield, author, investigative journalist, we wanted to get you in last week when we had this amazing news from the U.S. district judge Matthew catch Matic, which suspended FDA approval for the abortion drug, mifepristone, which apparently is used for up to 50% of abortions in America, now the 5th U.S. circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans has put a break on that judge's decision kind of half rescinding it saying it can not be mailed out and can only be used until the 7th week of pregnancy. Tell us about this story. Who's winning the good guys, the bad guys, what do we need to know? Yes, I'm so glad we're talking about it because overall you're right, this ruling the second ruling is a half win. The first ruling was an outright absolute win for the football. Yes. Because we need to go even back further in history to win this drug was first approved. It was approved in 2000 under the Bill Clinton administration, but there's approved under the most sketchy of circumstances. And this is a pill that induces abortion. It does. It's usually taken in a two part track, but alone it is often used for ulcer treatments. So it basically starves the child by destroying the material around the uterus. It's starvation of a child is what it is. It's truly. It's like chemically inducing a miscarriage to starving of the because it lines the uterus with basically poisons that make it inhospitable for the child to eat.
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Every Agency Originally Passed on the Trump Case
"Previous district attorney in New York City decided early on there was no case here. There was no story. Stormy Daniels has denied that Donald Trump ever gave her any hush money. Michael Cohen denied on record that he ever that he ever gave hush money or that Donald Trump knew about it. Period. But even if he had, there's nothing wrong with it. That is perfectly a legal thing to do as a matter of fact, William Jefferson Clinton, who committed great atrocities and sexual crimes in the oral office at 1600 Pennsylvania avenue, gave hush money to the tune of over $800,000. He never saw a day in jail. As a matter of fact, Bill Clinton lied, lied, lost his law license. He never went to jail, but here we are, Donald Trump Jude, or Donald Trump, and stormy Daniels and Michael Cohen all agree nothing ever happened. No money ever exchanged hands. Everybody agreed to that. And so the district attorney said, you know what? We don't have a case here. The Justice Department stepped in and said, you know what? We don't got a case here. We got no evidence. We got no crime. We got nothing. We're going to give this a pass. Now, of course, all of this falls under the federal elections commission, so the FEC got involved, and they looked at the evidence and they said there's nothing here. So they took a pass. Even Alvin Bragg, when he first got elected, he took a pass on this case. It wasn't until outrage from the left compelled him to hire an investigator who used to work with Joe Biden that all of a sudden they came up with this allegation of 34 felony charges. And that's the information coming out from Yahoo.
The Trish Regan Show
Trish Reacts as Trump Is Charged With 34 Counts
"I said, not a good moment right now. This is not a good look for the United States of America. This is what our enemies want. I sure hope we can pull it together, but I'm telling you, I don't have a lot of faith right now. You look at how Americans are reacting. All the poll data shows president Trump is actually benefiting from this. So for Bragg and any Democrat that thought that they were doing a good thing and being the hero, they may have actually, it's the law of unintended consequences that we like to talk about in economics. They may have actually hurt themselves. Undoubtedly, really, because again, looking at the polls, people don't like this. When they feel that something is too political, as I said, we haven't seen the indictment. So I would like to see these 34 counts and look at them up close. And in detail, they've tried so many things before as we know. I think the Russia hoax, if you would, it was a great example. I mean, what in president, what president has had to suffer this kind of political machinery that's been so directed against him. I maybe maybe you could say Bill Clinton with his intern scandal many years ago. But this is just a whole other genre now. And I think that other politicians should be worried. Who the heck wants to go into politics, really, and truly, if this is what your faced with.
The Dan Bongino Show
Should We Talk to Clinton's Secret Service Agents, Too?
"If you're going to incorporate the Secret Service the protection agents for the president into your criminal investigations effectively making them spies I just want to be sure the Republicans understand that if them's the rules then the rules Because the former detail of Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton has a lot to offer Jim let's just say one more thing Let's just say one more thing Okay Let's just say one more thing And how totally hypothetical totally happy I thought about this when they're in a break Let's just say on the fiction section someone were to write a book About a massage therapist who made a lot of trips to chappaqua It would just say would you say What was he saying Calm down would you say Let's total speculation And let's just say she had a Secret Service nickname It was kind of a joke That's the same as all and they called their energizer And it wasn't because of the batteries Let's just say that happened And she used to come over let's just say like ten minutes after Hillary Clinton would leave Let's just say that happened Let's just say let's just say it'd be kind of who knows what she was around I mean let's just say let's just say if we're doing this now if we're doing this there's a lot to talk about I mean we could go on all day We go to the exactly exactly He's just like OJ's book If I did it what was the Hillary Clinton book where the answer and the answer to the question and the question was on the same questions book What did wrong or something And by Hillary Clinton there you go You answered the questions right there So they covered a book But folks it's serious stuff This connection between Soros and Alban Bragg and this group is very real
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Robyn Pfaffman: A Trump Indictment Will Only Raise His Popularity
"At this hour at the NYPD erecting the barricades a place you've been as a reporter many, many times before. Talk about it. Wriggling brothers, they say that the circus is gone. This is the new circus. What a joke. The whole thing is a joke and it's going to backfire. You know, it's funny because a lot of liberals I know are so excited. Oh, Trump is the first ever of a former president going to be indicted and arrested in a mug shot. Listen, they still don't understand this guy, Todd. This is an 80 year old man, okay? He doesn't have that many years left. He's never been arrested. He probably thinks it's funny because the whole thing is going to be tossed anyway. These cases are beyond the statute of limitations for one. Number two, I'm dating myself, but does anyone remember when Bill Clinton paid off what's your name there? And Paula Jones, Paula Jones. 8, $800,000 and the nose dropped. She got wasn't even that great. That was a bad nose job. Yeah, she should have spent some more money on the nose job. Anyway, TS, we're dating ourselves here, but did anybody care about Bill Clinton spending the same money? The hush money. No, nobody cared back then, and it was, you know, is 7 or 8 times the dollar amount. This is a circus brag is going to backfire on him, the charges are going to go right into the circular file. The fed didn't want to try these cases. There are lumping in the hush money with a federal case trying to tie it all together. It's a bunch of hooey. It's going to go nowhere other than raise the popularity of Donald Trump.
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
Emerald Robinson: 'It's Obviously Not About Stormy Daniels'
"How do you relate this to the raid at Mar-a-Lago and just kind of all of these other things they've been trying to get Trump in different ways and you mentioned kind of the state versus federal things and I'm sure that this is probably all people who think the same of Trump and that. They want to get Trump on something. Do you think that this could be because they weren't able to move forward with other charges or other things that they tried to find because it seems like them going after him over this stormy Daniels thing. It's kind of silly. I mean, Bill Clinton probably did much more paid off people. And I'm not even saying that that Trump did anything wrong, but just it just seems like a crazy reason to arrest a former president because there are many crimes that we can say about Biden, Hillary Clinton, others. And so do you think that this is about the stormy Daniels case or do you think that this is kind of their way of going after him because they weren't able to do more from Mar-a-Lago or other investigations? That's exactly what I think it is. It's obviously not about story Daniels. And when you look at the amount of money that's usually involved with high profile people, especially millionaires and billionaires, the amount of money she was given suggests that there was nothing there. It was go away money. I know lawyers who, you know, unfortunately, orchestrate deals like this all the time. And this is an extremely small amount of money. And these do happen all the time. And I think you're right. I think what you suggest, they tried with the radial Mar-a-Lago, but that all fell apart when you learned about Biden's retention of classified documents that are sound much more sensitive than anything that Trump had.
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Rep. Bob Good: Calling for 1990s-Era Work Requirements on Welfare
"The things I really appreciate about your plan is to actually embrace the Bill Clinton era, work requirements on welfare. I think for me, and we're going to get to that in a second, but congressman just imagine how far the Democrat party has moved to the left when they were the ones who actually embraced these ideas of, hey, you know, if you're gonna get all welfare, you gotta show us your, you're out there trying to get a job. No question. There's our 3 million less Americans working today than there were when Biden became president and not only is it costing us we're going to save about $30 billion a year on the spending side by having able bodied Americans return to work. So not only is there an economics budgetary savings there, but it will fuel the economy, job creators, employers and businesses can not increase productivity, can not invest in their businesses the way they want to in terms of growing that business without workers. And so there's a cultural component to it. There's a moral virtue that's part of work that we're hurting our country, our hurting our society. We're also against we're spending money to provide federal subsistence to people who are able to work, but then also we're holding back our economy. This president is projected to continue like the anemic 1% economic growth. We got to get back to Trump's pro growth policies, three to 4% growth, which means cutting the regulations again instead of increasing means keeping Trump's tax cuts in place and cutting taxes even more. It means getting Americans back to work as you've just noted there. And it means unleashing American energy again. All those are critical to getting the economy churning again, which will mean we can get to fiscal balance more quickly than we can. We're just trying to cut our way there alone. We got to cut the spending no question, but we all got also got to get Americans back to work, get the economy going again.
The Eric Metaxas Show
When Did Education Devolve? Michael Gibson Weighs In
"Talking to the polymathic. Michael Gibson, the book is paper belt on fire, how renegade investors spark to revolt against the university. You were just saying Michael about, you know, in some ways we come at the end of the enlightenment. It really hit home for me already in the 90s when Bill Clinton was saying, we've got to get computer or a laptop in every classroom for every kid. And I thought to myself, where do you get the idea that a dead tool is going to give people wisdom and whatever you really reduced education to something far, far, far removed from what it once was. Education is supposed to teach us about how do I become a better person? How do I learn about the amazing universe? It was impossible at some point to divorce that from the question of God and the question of who we are. But things had devolved already to that point where it's all technocratic stuff and we just needed information. We just need to get laptops in the hands of the kids in the ghetto and that will solve their problems and you think it's a really myopic view of humanity and our problems, but that's kind of where we are. That's kind of where the tech stuff takes us. It removes us from the question of what it means to be human, which to me was always at the center of what it is to be educated. Yeah, I think that is a great illustration of this contradiction at the end of the enlightenment where we just see students now as these passive consumers of things that the teachers of the school are supposed to just shove into their minds and they must accept. Fauci is like the arch priest of the post the end of the enlightenment. Don't think for yourself, I am the science. If Emmanuel Kant or whoever heard that, the Royal Society's motto is take no one's word for it. Nullius and verba. So it's beyond me that science has become this that we must obey the authority. Well, let's call it what it is. Science is anti science.
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Who Sold Us This False China Narrative? Gordon Chang Explains
"This incredibly naive and just counterfactual analysis of the world's largest communist dictatorship begin? Was it Kissinger convincing Nixon to open to China and thus put a wedge between Beijing or Moscow? Who sold us this bill of goods Gordon? A lot of different people. You know, you can go back to, for instance, Richard Nixon's famous article in foreign affairs. And then of course, Nixon's overtures to China in 1972 trip, Kissinger was there. And then Bill Clinton, Clinton talked about, you know, you can't nail Jell-O to a wall, which was his reference to the Communist Party's inability to control information, but they've done a pretty good job of that. Especially with those narratives that you pointed out in the beginning. So this was failure across liberals and conservatives, Democrats and Republicans. You know, just about everybody believed it. Because this theory sounded good. Especially sounded good after the failure in the fall of the Soviet Union. People thought, oh, you know, this is as Francis fukuyama, the political scientist said, this is the end of history. Right. Yeah, events will continue to occur, but democracy and free markets have won.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
James Carville Calls Republicans 'White Trash' After SOTU
"If anybody with a platform shed that Sheila Jackson Lee and Maxine waters, go down the list of black members of the House or the Senate and used a racial slur to describe them. That'd be their last day. Publicly, right? They'd be canceled. That'd be over for them. James carville helped get Bill Clinton elected. He is considered one of the most prominent political minds in the country. Been around for a long time. Pops up on TV still. All the time. Like he did this week on MSNBC. Listen to this. Well, you know, I'm talking about the clinical PhD and why trash allergy. And you saw real white trash on display. And let me say something about thousands of more detailed brain. She dresses like white trash. She really needs a fashion consultant Kyle recommend George Santos. He could do a good job of dressing up, if she doesn't announce a white trash number her own. Now I'm not sure if he's trying to be funny, maybe he is, maybe he just saying that white members of Congress are white trash. They're not just trash, they're white trash. Marjorie Taylor Greene dresses like trash. She needs a consultant. I recommend George Santos because he was allegedly, he's performed as a drag queen. So not only is he bigoted against white Republicans, he's bigoted against gays and lesbians. I guess, I guess he's anti LGBT.
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
The Reason for the Nixon/Trump Venom With John O'Connor
"It seems like the Nixon and Trump situations are somewhat anomalous. And by that, I mean, they didn't seem to. They tried to go after Reagan on Iran contra. I'm sure they weren't happily happy with either HW or Joe or W, but it seems that there's a particular venom that I see with Nixon and now resurrected with Trump. What is the reason for that? It's all visceral. When the recent Watergate shows were on, like one produced by John dean on CNN. Every now and then, they just gratuitously throw in Trump. Oh, yes, Trump and Nixon. They're both can be cartoonish figures to the left. And Nixon was never a Hollywood guy. He was never a great glad hander, like Bill Clinton was always charming. John Kennedy starring Barack Obama's charming. Trump, to a lot of people, rushed people the wrong way. He's a bull in the China shop, and that's why he got elected, frankly, because people were disgusted with the China shop. So they're very much similar in that sense, what I would say about Nixon is he both of them have sort of a certain contentious personality and so when met with issues, Nixon becomes cheerless Trump becomes combative and it's easy to say, oh, look at this guy. He's a terrible guy. That's all it is. It's visceral. Nothing, not a lot of substance to it.
"bill clinton" Discussed on WCPT 820
"I don't mean to ignore your strange monologue, but you can't take my eyes off. Stephanie Miller. Just enchanting vision. The moment I saw her, I felt as if I'd met her before. It is the Stephanie Miller show. Welcome to it. Jodie Hamilton's here. We. And also, that guy. Yes. Steve Jordan Maryland hello. You're on with Jody. Hi. It's dear to us. All right, good morning. I just wanted to clarify what that pat was talking about when he said the facts theory. He said that Bill Clinton had secret papers in the stock drawer that he talked out of The White House. Not the cat. That's a cat. No, it's still 105 drawers that he had in the secret papers here. Right. He also didn't steal top secret documents in. I also know you didn't know it that they were in the past to us. Okay. Thank you, diderot. Yes, Travis. I looked into that to find out what that was about. Yes. I'll have it for you tomorrow. But just in short, Bill Clinton was doing interviews with an author for his memoirs afterwards. And he kept the recordings in a drawer in the bedroom at The White House. They were never actually removed from The White House. I see. So they were not secret doctors. They were not top secret documents. They were recording The White House. So it was an entirely different thing. It was an interview for a book. Should we go back and listen again so we can just. It's always nice to have the information and then to listen again. Right. So this would be, where's the thing? Something 16 or 17, which one? I think it's 16. Okay. Sure. Let's try that one. I had a small number of boxes and storage at Mar-a-Lago guarded by Secret Service and my people and everybody. I mean, it's safe. When you look at these other people, what they did, and the FBI raided my home and violated my Fourth Amendment rights and many other rights. And under these socks decision, this is a very important decision that was made to court the socks decision because again, it had to do with Bill Clinton and his socks. There is no crime. You know, there is no crime. It's not a crime. And they should give me immediately back everything that they've taken from because it's mine. In
"bill clinton" Discussed on WTOP
"And some after the storms and highs in the 80s. I'm storm team for a meteorologist like Jennifer. Well, right now, we do have a mix of clouds and sun. It has warmed up close to the 90° Mark and has hit 90 in some spots where at 88 in Ashburn, 85 in Rockville, we've got 90 in northwest D.C.. It is two 41 nearly a year and a half into his term, President Biden is making his first trip to the Middle East. The president is in Israel for the next couple of days, later he'll meet with the Palestinian president on Friday, then make a controversial visit to Saudi Arabia. Joining us live to talk about it, Aaron David Miller, senior fellow with the Carnegie endowment for the international peace. He was a Middle East negotiator for both Republican and democratic administrations and it's good to have you back. Thank you so much. Always a pleasure to be here. Let's start with the president stopping Israel of going on right now. What does he hope to accomplish and what do the Israelis hope to get out of the meetings? I think it's the easiest lift of the trip. Biden's relationship with Israelis go back decades. Like Bill Clinton, I would say he's had pros really views are emotionally and politically deep within his DNA. He'll enjoy this trip. Most of it, frankly, is pretty standard cut and dry. They're going to issue tomorrow a declaration of strategic partnership called the Jerusalem declaration and will pledge cooperation facilitate Israel's relations with the Arab states. Provide a unified front against Iran, talk about technology, which is important in America's commitment to Israeli security. As I said, I think it's a pretty easy list. And as my grandmother, as my grandmother, you say about your chicken soup for any American politician going to Israel months before the midterms can't hurt. So you've got, you know, you have that edge as well. To the visit. And then there's this weekend's meeting with Saudi Arabia's crown prince Mohammed bin Salman, there have been some observers who believe President Biden should not be meeting with him because of his alleged involvement in the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Do you see it? Do you see it that way? And I might add, Saudi Arabia is atrocious human rights record, which continues. And criminalizing dissent execution torture in March, the executed 80 when people in a single day. Look, Biden's very conflicted about this. There's no question about it. He said some very strong and my judgment quite understandable words about this Saudi Arabian crown prince in the wake of the murder and dismemberment of Jamal Khashoggi, which CIA argued with high to medium confidence was orchestrated by The Crown prince. Nonetheless, their strong constituents and constituents constituencies and pressures on Biden. You know, unlike Lehman Brothers, the view is the USA relationship is too big to fail. He will meet with The Crown prince I'm hoping against hope and I think I'll be proven wrong here that the president will at some point while in Saudi Arabia, not a good not good enough just to raise human rights. Clooney three American citizen, dual Saudi U.S. nationals who are detained or imprisoned in the country and enabled the lead leave, he should he should talk publicly for a bit about his expectations and the need for reciprocity in the U.S. Saudi relationship. But a minimum seems to me he needs to do that. To protect his own credibility because if not, he is essentially participating, I would argue grudgingly in the rehabilitation of Mohammed bin Salman, AKA MBS. And that, from the standpoint of Congress, human rights community of Washington Post, many Americans, Jamal Khashoggi was a friend of mine, so I have a blind spot on this full disclosure. At a minimum, I think he has to do that to basically drive home his own personal credibility. Always good to get your perspective. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank
"bill clinton" Discussed on WGN Radio
"At Jimbo talks What's with that economy It is an election year after all And of course as James carville famously said while advising president Bill Clinton it's the economy stupid and what's going on out there Let's talk a bit about that tonight and a few other salient issues of the day with doctor Peter Maurice an economist national columnist and emeritus business professor at the university of Maryland college park is the Twitter handle by the way is at P Maurice one X at PMO R ICI and the numeral one good evening Peter Hey how are you I'm good I'm well thank you And curious I'm sure as everyone else is about inflation I've heard varying opinions Imagine that from economists varying opinions as to how permanent or temporary the current inflation is What are your thoughts Well it's not a matter of temporary or permanent rather of a function of will it endure if the fed doesn't change policy and that's probably true Is to say it keeps printing money as it has We'll keep having more inflation Can it be for it under control Well it's going to be tough now because we've let this go on for a while It's not the kind of situation poll Booker inherited but it's getting bad And the kinds of measures that the fed is talking about current adequate I mean you could give you an idea They said they would either the ruminations were that they would raise rates three times this year Now bank economists have suggesting that probably the federal force to raise them four times So that's a quarter point each time that's a full percentage point Over 9 months beginning in April ending.
"bill clinton" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"See who burns more calories Would you do it Oh it's on And we're talking about it tomorrow and WLS AMA 90 There are things liberals say then there is reality Find out the difference here The Dan Bon Geno show I was just telling Jim that I was one of my favorite segments that one we just did before the break That we've done in the now I don't know 6 months 7 moh who knows how long we've been on the air It really was Just love love love economics have been passionate about it And the fact that people still to this day believe Bill Clinton ran a surplus It's just bizarre It really is It's just bizarre Like I said whereas I can acknowledge you know that Bill Clinton in the Bill Clinton years government spending was relatively low It just was It's a fact I can acknowledge that I don't care if he was a Democrat I'm just telling you the facts Democrats will never acknowledge obvious that the Clinton surplus doesn't exist It never existed And they'll never acknowledge the fact that the Reagan tax cuts led to an explosion It tax revenue It just did It just did I discussed that also the Democrats obsession with January 6th I got Adam Schiff and expose of him coming up next I mean this guy just keeps showing his true colors and man It ain't pretty Ever It's holidays and you deserve a gift How about a gift that keeps on giving you joy and comfort every day all year long A gift that looks as good as it feels and a gift that will actually pay for itself in terms of how much more productive you'll be at work I'm talking about giving yourself the gift of an X share I absolutely love my ex.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"bill clinton" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Progressives on the left And it was let's you know let's be honest it was successful Tony Blair was an extremely successful prime minister in the UK and Bill Clinton was reelected in the United States and of course of course it's like dust in the wind And so I'm not sure candidly that either Hillary Clinton or Tony Blair can give us a clear eyed vision of the future because they come from such a different political tradition that seems so far in the past now Well particularly when you talk about Taiwan as a possible flashpoint because of the sea lanes it becomes incredibly important and in Japan for instance you know would not would not just look away I'm not sure we have enough time to really go into this in great detail now Eric Just wanted to thank you for joining us and coming on Can you come on It's a pleasure It's a pleasure Honestly it's a pleasure guys to have substance of conversations about these issues that are of such great concern to us all not just a business but will everybody You're having them there and I know that's what you mean And hopefully you can have them here more often Thank you very much Eric Eric Yeah All right so the time now is about 38 minutes past the hour Let's squeeze and look at markets because we have a big unfolding story and that is and actually if you think about it Alibaba really goes to the heart of what we've just been talking about Because I should say it's my view that the reason traders are selling down this stock a lot is more because the future is unknowable and it doesn't look like you can really predict what kind of company Alibaba is going to be going forward Sold down 11% in the U.S. session It's down some 55 56% from its 52 week high that was just last November And its earnings while they were weaker than expected they still had revenues up 29% in a projected revenues up 20 to 23% and it was easy to sell into that because that was less than expected But if you think about it it's really the uncertainties going forward that probably are creating a lot of lack of confidence in the stock Ant group rose an estimated 39% its profit was up that much in the June quarter and it contributed a $1 billion to Alibaba's earnings In some other news in terms of the broader equity market the hanxing index is down 1.6% The hang seng tech index is down a similar margin down 1.6% The nikkei is still holding on to gains up a quarter of a percent but the a 6 200 is negative And right now we see the straits times index in Singapore negative down a tenth of 1% The tie axis is up about a third of 1% The yield on the ten year treasury now 1.59% slightly higher and WTI crew is slightly higher 79 13 a barrel Doug All right let's get an update on global news here on daybreak.
This is Today
"bill clinton" Discussed on This is Today
"Type music every kill by the way a little warning. This did might make me laugh more than it makes you laugh so yeah on this day. Nineteen seventy five. The tied the knot. Let's go back to win the. It was the library at yale university. You know we're all romances began seventy. Hillary saw bill looking over at her. Can you imagine bill looking at a woman. I guess you can anyway. Hillary goes up to bill introduces himself. He says that he can barely remember. His own may also the cheek exuded this sense of strength he magnetic. Murphy's used that line and others anyway yeah so. They became friends and a month later. Bill traveled a texas together to work on me. George mcgovern presidential campaign in nineteen seventy three. Come on how romantic is george mcgovern totally. Be more funny to me. Bill would expose propose to hillary while vacationing in england. And of course. Hillary said well she say she said no. Actually she's no. Hillary would need more time and bill not wanting to give up asked several times because bill never takes no for an answer. Can't believe i wrote this anyway. So one day yes. They did decide to get married They were actually driving in arkansas. To an airport they saw this house he decides to buy the house and when she came back says hey i bought your house now. Will you marry me. And she said yes. So guys out there. If you're kidding turn down. I guess the lesson from bill clinton is buy a house. Let's take a look at her birthdays for today. Luke perry was born on this day in one thousand nine hundred sixty six. Peter thiel turns fifty four. Stephen moyer is fifty two michelle. Trachtenberg is thirty. Six cardi b. is twenty nine brandon. Flynn is twenty eight. And that is your look at october eleventh. Thanks for listening to this day where you are together on. Correct information if we made a mistake and you heard it. You're super smart and word superstar v. Shirt subscribe where to get your podcasting. Five-star we serve it. Thanks for putting up with that bill clinton story. It's not that was fun for me. I enjoyed learning about. Today i'm russ..
Rush Limbaugh Morning Update
"bill clinton" Discussed on Rush Limbaugh Morning Update
"C. i. becomes hostile to o'neill takes the pictures back now. O'neill as you recall. Tragically dies in the nine eleven attacks in part because agencies like the cia refused to share crucial information. Like this. and i'll tell you the seems like these really challenge what is the prevailing liberal mindset by showing that the patriot act's information sharing and surveillance provisions are in fact crucial to the safety of the country and political correctness and bureaucratic inefficiency are islamic terrorism's greatest friend. This this thing is just incredible in. Its you watch it and i guess if you get to see it on cut i. I'm loath to predict what Abc will do amidst mounting pressure from bill clinton and others who Going today to call. Bob iger at abc to demand. Some of the stuff be edited out. I don't know what specifically but They're not happy about this. Just this this caused a real ruckus at the screening. The private screening in washington Last week the week before last. But when you watch this when you see none of it will surprise you. If you're a regular listener to this program Because this is stuff that we have been told and we've known for the longest time what surprises us is the whitewash of all this and how they were so successful at doing it at the nine. Eleven commission clinton is You know he's on tape talking about how the our buddies at newsmax have. This tape is making a speech somewhere in long island. Maybe it was canada. I'm not sure where. But he was talking about how they they had bin laden but they couldn't move on him. We know the sudanese offered him a bunch of times. this episode and afghanistan the cia and the northern alliance surrounding bin laden administration wouldn't give the go-ahead and it it it. It's amazing to watch something that that in in the what we call the mainstream media that that reflects accurately what we believe what know to have happened. I'm so unused to seeing that. I'm so i'm so used to seeing a liberal agenda in everything so you're not surprised by what you see because you know it. I wasn't surprised because this is the version of events that i believe happened in then i know to be on. The wall was erected. We know it was ashcroft. Read the memo read at the nine eleven commission hearing we know all of this. He just don't expect to see it. And that's that's the the pleasant surprise watching it. Here is a quote from from cyrus who was a friend of mine who produced and wrote the path to nine eleven. There's a review of the film by the way at At front page dot com david horowitz's website. This many series is not just about the tragedy and events of nine eleven dramatizes. How we got there going back eight years to the first attack on the world trade center and dealing with the al qaeda strikes against us embassies forces in the nineties the political lead up the hatching terrorist plots cetera. We see the heroes on the ground like fbi. Agent john o'neill and others who after the Ninety-three attack felt sure. The terrorists would strike the world trade center again. It also dramatizes the frequent opportunities. The administration had in the ninety s to stop bin laden and his tracks but he lacked the will to do so. We also revealed with day by day up of clues and opportunities in two thousand one right up to the day of the nine eleven attacks. This is terror thriller as well as a history lesson. I think people be engaged and enlightened. It illustrates the you know the the big problem in the administration. Everybody was not.
Rush Limbaugh Morning Update
"bill clinton" Discussed on Rush Limbaugh Morning Update
"Of a movie a mini series running on abc on september tenth and eleventh. Call the path to nine eleven. And i told you that. I had the dvd's i also told you. Because i am in touch. I am poor when i'm in new york. I do not have a dvd player. So i was. I don't my my apartment's got an old entered immediate room in it that no. It's got a laserdisc player in it but it doesn't have a dvd. Well well actually. It has a dvd player in it. But the tv doesn't work the projector and it's it's the only room in the house or there's a dvd player and i can't watch dvd's on computers because they can't hear well through computer speakers So i watched. It's four hours. I have the dvd's right him holding the my formerly nicotine stained fingers. I watched On the plane flight home Last night i watched part of the first one. I had to go to the airplane to watch it because my this is called being in touch with the average american couldn't watch a dvd at home at any rate. Let me just give you the upshot of this. Because i've i've mentioned to you even without having seen it. I know what it's about the path to nine eleven. Essentially chronicles everything. We know that happened in the nineties that prevented the capture of osama bin laden. It indicts the clinton administration madeleine albright. Sandy berger it It is just devastating to the clinton administration it talks about how we have chances to capture bin laden in specific detail which i will get to in just a moment. That's not the point. I mentioned to you yesterday the day before these days are running together that At a friend of mine did this. First name is cyrus and cyrus has got some other film credits. He took it to washington middle of last week and screened for people and it caused nearly bloody uproar where they showed it. Richard benveniste went up and cyrus face hand told him it was. It was disgusting. This film was disgusting. It caused all kinds of havoc and that led to the creation of efforts to try to get this program band put pressure on abc to get cancelled and not running so forth. It also had a lot of people in the room that loved it. There were many people. Michael barone sought a lot of people in the screening there and loved it. Here is what is happening today. Bill clinton himself is going to call bob. Eiger the ceo of disney and demand or ask that this mini series the path to nine eleven b re edited and re cut so as not to depict bill clinton and his administration as they are currently portrayed in this In this miniseries bill clinton himself is going to call bob iger and this is This is not breaking news this I got the email on this last night. And there have been some local hosts out in california who have been Talking about this but there is a huge movement afoot from inside the clinton administration To put pressure on. abc To get this thing re-cut reedited If not if not more The very powerful players obviously much higher than just richard benveniste and so forth..
Rush Limbaugh Morning Update
"bill clinton" Discussed on Rush Limbaugh Morning Update
"Friday on iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts folks. i'm old enough to remember. And many of you are too old enough to remember. Bill clinton got caught. Doping begin to her monica lewinsky. The blues stained dress the cigar. I never had sex with that woman not a single time. Never miss lewinsky saturday. Whatever i gotta get back to work for american people screw in madeleine. Albright runs out there. We believe him v. Study didn't do any. He didn't do it. Hillary clinton. I can't believe anybody. A vast right wing conspiracy made my husband higher. This intern and call a pizza delivery. Place he didn't do it. Remember all that. I'm old enough to remember that. So when clinton got caught what did he do. I think he bring him the out. Reverend jackson for mutual communal prayer sessions in the white house talk about separation church and state and then there was the reverend jackson who was absolving clinton any fin for behavior and then remember bill and hillary leaving the white house walking to the helicopter remember bill and hillary walking to church every sunday after having been absolved by the reverend jackson carrying a bible every sunday for months. That's right after getting karch company intern clinton's walking around with a bible every sunday for months. Hillary rodham clinton on his arm and the drive by swooned and there wasn't any fear and there wasn't any concern about separation of church and state and nobody said i wish the guy would read. What's in it instead of just brandishing amount..
"bill clinton" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Or by Bill Clinton or by Joe Biden. Or by Barack Obama. Or by George Bush. Or or whatever. I mean, shouldn't that be? The fundamental question is all right. Are these charges legitimate or not? Now, I also appreciate that you can come up with, like ticky tack charges and things like that, But I guess again. If it's true, and I say if if it's true that you had this scheme to divert, you know, upwards of almost $2 million to avoid taxes and to unfairly benefit somebody, I don't care who they are. It's tough for me to come forward and saying that I'm going to, you know, defend this, Jeff and this is just one man. How about all the freebies that other people involved or written off his business expenses and taxes? Not paid on those Don't know. Um you know, I I don't know Jeff. What about Hunter Biden getting a free ride on Air Force two to go talk to his buddies in China and work out a great deal that profited him greatly. Alright if there is evidence of that, and it's tax fraud or whatever. Go for it. I mean, go for it, but I think regardless of where we are in the political spectrum, we need to be consistent, and we need to say if Nancy Pelosi Has done something and it appears that you know she she's committing tax right. She deserves to be investigated and prosecuted. And if people associated with the Trump Organization have done things and are doing stuff that's in violation of the law, allegedly and it looks like they've committed tax right. They need to be prosecuted as well. Least that's how I see it back with more in just a minute. Start planning for your retirement today..
860AM The Answer
"bill clinton" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Race based preferences set aside and this massive Community Reinvestment Act that was passed by Jimmy Carter in 76. I think he said 77 Uh, and was given teeth by Bill Clinton in around 1994. That use carrots and sticks to force banks to lower lending criteria so that so called underrepresented borrowers will be able to get homes. So a whole bunch of black borrowers got homes, many of whom I did not were not able to keep their homes during the recession, lost their homes, lost everything they put into it. And it was a disaster. I told you about the lawsuit that a young civil rights lawyer named Barack Obama filed in conjunction with other lawyers. Accusing Citicorp of refusing to to Lynn, Uh, to lend a mortgage to wood to qualified black and brown. Uh, applicants. And so, Citicorp said, Okay and gave mortgage is 286. Plaintiffs. And then there was a follow up on how well those plaintiffs did with their homes by daily caller and virtually every single one of them lost. His or her home went into foreclosure, foreclosure or bankruptcy, two of them. Even publicly said, you know, Got to be some sort of rule against giving people homes they can't afford. These are two plaintiffs who receive mortgages joined the lawsuit suing Citicorp, claiming that they weren't getting mortgages because city corporate racist. And two of them said, You know, this should be a law stopping people from getting people like me mortgages. They can't afford him. I'm a little wary of the idea that we should think of that as a microcosm for what should happen for Black America, because not because I'm against reparations. But because reparations for Black America already happened. Starting in the late sixties, affirmative action was reparations. People didn't use that word, but that's precisely But it was the Community Reinvestment Act of 1977 that forced banks to invest in inner cities. Nobody makes a movie about that. But that was reparations of affirmative action didn't help to turn black America upside down. Then why do we fight red tooth claw and nail Whenever anybody threatens it? It created a huge black middle class. And it created black success of all kinds. That wouldn't have happened without it. I think affirmative action was a great thing, but I do think that it was a reparation. So is it going to be some sort of offset for the over $20 trillion that have been spent in the so called war on poverty? What about all the race based preferences? So that now a kid with a given s A T score, and a given set of grades has a greater chance of getting into a college of his own his or her own choice. Been a white kid with the same set of grades and same s A T score. How do you put a value on that? What about set asides?.
"bill clinton" Discussed on KGO 810
"With Bill Clinton at any point in time, she said. There were two men that she knew well, and she said with both of those men, she would never be alone with them. Bill Clinton was one and you'd never guess the other. It's Peter Jennings. And you know she's no and she's in media. And so you know, she had interactions with him. And she said that these are two people that no woman should be alone with at any point in time, And so, But I wrote that down and then I thought to myself, But you know, this isn't about Bill Clinton per se. This isn't about Andrew Cuomo. Per se. This isn't even about Donald Trump. Per se. It is about powerful men on this attitude, like for him to tell this one woman that the reason men get certain women is money and power is such a demeaning thing to say to a woman. It's outrageous. It is outrageous, and it's you know, it's so insulting. It's so awful, but that's what he believed in. So I guess he felt at least if if this is true that he was entitled, and I think that's what a lot of these powerful men feel like they are entitled. I agree now? Could I say one more thing? I am so impressed that you have triplets. Very brave my Children either. How does this woman do this? Get on the line to run this great show and have triplets. So I was very impressed by that, and Congratulations, Mom. Keep up the good work. Well, thank you. And I do have to say I am a really, really lucky I do have triplets, two girls and a boy there 17 years old and throughout my entire life, I thought I am the luckiest person in America because my kids are amazing. They were always the best behaved in school. They just always kind Incredibly smart, athletic, brilliant Children, So I've been very, very lucky. I'd like to take credit for all that. I think it's in their genes. I don't think I can really take credit. I don't think that I did things. You know as correctly as I would like to have throughout their upbringing. 80 88 10 is the telephone number 808 Oh, 8 10. Let's see. Let's go to Bill Bill is calling from San Francisco. Hi, Bill. Welcome to KGO. Hey, Pat. Thanks for taking my call. I'm a constant bugaboo. But I want to discuss something. There's gotta be a balance here. I think that a lot of women do weaponize their sexuality. To manipulate men and that goes on and then the women turn around and play. Oh, I'm eggshells I'm gonna fall apart. There was a game that there's a game that goes on. There is a dance that goes on between the sexes. And I don't think Cuomo did anything wrong. Not that what I can see what I can discern from news reports and so forth. He was a flirt of all you did. Well, That's how he explains it. He says he was a flirt. But when when you're working in an office, um there shouldn't be a nobody should be sexual izing a business relationship when you're working together, and when you're the governor of the state. And people who are your underlings. Women who are under you know your authority for you to try to sexualized. That relationship is to intimidate them. It is harassment. But there is there is a time, place and manner for that, But I think also when you're nowhere is the time place and manner women women have women have throughout the millennia. Look for a meal ticket and how they do a meal ticket for crime. Money sake. Are you kidding me? Is that how little you think of women? Do you hate women? Okay, Well, that's that's a knee jerk reaction. Let me explain myself that has gone on through millennia. Really? You've been around for millennia, and every woman that you've met throughout that millennia is just looking for a meal ticket. Do you know how insulting that is? Do you? No doubt that it will You answer a question for me. What do you know how insulting that is for you to say that to me a woman? Do you know how insulting it is that that is your attitude. I'm sorry that you're so fragile..
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"bill clinton" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"To this. Alec Baldwin ran when he said that we ought to go over the Henry Hyde's house and stoning to death because of the impeachment of Bill Clinton. I noticed something. Let me see if you guys have a swell It's no secret that you're very political. Yeah, right Political person. It's no secret that you've actually had some associations with the Clinton. Yes, that you're a liberal man. And I thought, you know today This is a historic day, and you're one of the most politically active. You know actors out there right now. What do you think I was in Africa? I go to Africa. I mean, ladies and gentlemen, I am in Africa for three, you know? I'm in Africa said it twice. Why is it relevant? He's in Africa. And why does he say it twice? And he says it again. Go to Africa. I mean, ladies and gentlemen, I am in Africa. I go to every letter. I am in Africa. You know where they don't have phones When they don't have water. They will have food. I mean, Africa and I come back and I find this happened. I mean, what's what's What's this what he's saying? What's the point in all that? What do you think I was in Africa? I go to Africa. I mean, ladies and gentlemen, I and efforts I am in the Congo. I am in the deep bowels of Africa. I am in the Poland of Africa. Ladies and gentlemen, You've never been in the total of what do you want to say? That I was in Africa? I go to Africa. I mean, ladies and gentlemen, I am in Africa. There were elephants. There were giraffes that were Saw Tarzan. I imagine it was an amateur actors out there right now. What do you think I was in Africa? I go to Africa. I mean, ladies and gentlemen, I am in Africa. We'll talk about that will be more we get back..
"bill clinton" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"He got a gift on last week or this week, with the Senate now going to the Democrats. So he's going to have Democrats in the Senate. Democrats in the House help push forward that agenda, but I think my role remains the same. Is he doing? What he said he was going to do And if he isn't why not? One more question for you, Charles best before we get the break and after big when asked the question, I ask every Friday for him. Guess what do you know that we don't know? All right, so we are going to have the new president's and certainly the coverage of that is gonna be amazing. And It's gonna be a different you just talked about the difference between the two men. But looking back at previous administrations who have left office, the George H. W. Bush or Bill Clinton or other presidents, the media has tend to have tended to leave them alone. Do you see that as a journalist? You think that would be consistent? When will we see the president's current president, Donald Donald Trump being left alone for the most part, or even does he want that? I'm guessing that Yeah. Are you asking about Will they leave President Trump alone? Yeah, well, they still cover him in the matter that we've typically done in the past with ex presidents or former presidents. They've kind of moved on. And the other thing I think with ex president so they like to sort of leave and go. They themselves want to go away. You know, they want to sort of Disengaged from those four years or eight years that they have been the subject of all everything you know that happens. 24 7 the morning and wake up the morning is that from the moment you go to bed And I don't. I don't know if President Trump is going to be. He hasn't been a traditional president, so I don't think he's going to be a traditional ex president. Yes, one of the best way to say it. I will take a quick break. We'll wrap it up with the big question. What do you know that we don't know. Charles Benson, reporter anchor for TMJ four news. One of our partners here at Radio City. We share the space so we'll get the Charles and a lot more after the break Right here. Wtmj. Charles Benson, our guest on the Friday form reporter and anchor for TMJ. Four news..
"bill clinton" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Jump up to Brady your next. Welcome to the program, right? Did you hear that The UFO files were disclosed today. I heard something about that being dropped. Yeah. Gets over that gets all was revealed. Uh, humor me? Because I know it's gonna be crazy. What is what was Stevie Abram is only Bella harvesting on Mars. Uh, wait that that wouldn't surprise me. Right? You go after that other alien vote. She already got the legal Now She's going after the galactic. Here you go. This is going after the eight year. There you go. There you go. One surprise me. Yeah. You know what? We had five million votes for Mars and, uh, No signature verification needed. But one thing you know what was. What's really scary is coming up next week, and what Brian's gonna do The first day is he's gonna realize that the dreamers 20 million right there. We got big problems Week one, and the next thing is he's going after all the gun, and that's why all the people are actually at the Capitol during protests in the second remembered about that. I'm very concerned about that. Brady because you know what Bill Clinton did it because Bill Clinton had a Democratic Senate and House and was successfully able to put a new assault weapons ban for like 10 years. I lived through the Bill Clinton bed and you did. You're the same age as me. And it didn't work out too well back then did it. No, I didn't. No, I didn't. And you know what? They were still mass shootings that went on. It's just good, hard working American citizens to follow the law like you and I are the ones that are penalized. And what happens when you do the gun ban? It increases the gun sales by five fold because the government's going to take your gun so what people do they stock up on done? It reverses everything that they want to do. What Brian's doing. He wants. That's why there's been a load all right now hoping you're going to the capital. Between the 16th in the 21st two novels because they want the National guard Because you're bringing 14,000 troops in D, C and all different capital areas. They're gonna fire upon us. That's going to start the civil world. We cannot let them kill one of us Patriots. That's what they want to do. You see how they claim that's what they enter for breaking the windows in the Capitol building and say it was a Trump said that did it. And then the lady got her neck blown off. I could start up. It's been a set.