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"bill oreilly" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

02:59 min | 2 weeks ago

"bill oreilly" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"This is from the source. People are saying okay. Look call your cable company and say look you want you take talks news off and you don't wanna pay that and you know get them that way and then the sponsors are always been and i was and you were both of us. Were targets when we worked at fox news of that kind of you know if you Sponsored the beker o'reilly programs and we're gonna put it on the internet that nobody should buy that that that okay. So all of that's in motion all of that is underway. And it's gonna end on monday. But mitch mcconnell where. There's an interesting guy. So mcconnell hates trump so everybody should know that because trump did not defer to mcconnell. They weren't pows. He didn't schmooze with them. And mcconnell likes that. He sees himself as the godfather of the republican party. But trump didn't do it. So mcconnell doesn't like him but the backlash against liz cheney and wyoming and others who did vote to Hurt donald trump is been substantial. As you just pointed out mcconnell knows that and he doesn't wanna get into trouble and With the party doesn't want any more damage. Now the democrats would love. Love that mitch. Mcconnell turn on trump. I mean that would be to for. We'll get trump and will hurt. The democrat The republican party further. So it's gonna be the same you're not gonna have you'll have one defection other than the five that you know one trump to experience pain anyway. The five republican senators only gonna have the because then they go back to their red states and they got problems. They'll be primary The people will be angry the next time they run. This'll be center stage. And why do they need that and do. They need to strengthen the democratic party. Why there's no upside to this at all. So i want you. Have you know forty. Four republican senators say and. Look the whole thing's not constitutional. Why would they vote to boost something. That wasn't constitutional so nobody should expect any kind of a different outcome. But you'll have the cry that on. Monday and tuesday These are all traders. Peggy noonan one of the worst in the world. It's a wall street journal is already done. It already filed a calms out. If you don't vote for peach mint then you're just as bad as trump. That'll be the theme and does that play well over the long term i mean donald trump Will start his own party. I believe or people around him. We'll start party and he could run in two thousand twenty four You know and he will have. He will have some control over a lot of people And how they vote with between him on one side squeezing the republicans and the democrats on the other. What happens to the the unity in the party..

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"bill oreilly" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

03:34 min | 2 weeks ago

"bill oreilly" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"We were the voice that we're whipping the crowd into a frenzy Nothing could be further from the truth. t today. I see one that came out a couple of days ago on you by geoffrey martin. Lincoln project takes aim. Ted cruz kevin mccarthy and others who fed the mob. A diet of lies. They are coming this. This is about not just impeaching the president but this is about saying anyone who was gop. Anyone who was know. Supportive of the president has got to be shut up sit down reprogrammed or whatever else the other really frightening terms. They're now using glen. You're exactly right. That's the this moment. I've compared it to the end of all three of the godfather movies. Where where if you remember at the end of each of those movies. Michael corleone settles his debts and he tried to eliminate all of his enemies. That's where the hard left is that they feel victorian they feel surging. They feel invulnerable and so they're trying to destroy donald trump. and then that's a major purpose of this impeachment. Is they want to utterly destroy him but they're trying to destroy you. They're trying to destroy me. They're trying to destroy every conservative. And they're real. Target is the seventy five million americans who voted for donald trump and they want to utterly silence and cancel and a race every one of us and the us beat be silent and subservient were saying this big tech which is now the henchman and enforcers for the far left is systematically and ruthlessly erasing and cancelling anyone whose views they disagree. We saw them do it with parlor where all a big tech got together and what was a blatantly illegal Violation of the antitrust laws to just parlor because they wanted no avenue for anyone to spend saw it just yesterday when big tech band project veritas. Because they don't actually want journalists that report expose their corruption and mark my words. They're coming after you. They're going to try to shut down your program. They're going to try to shut down marks program. They're going to try to shut down russia's program because they want to silence anyone who disagrees with the towel -tarian state so ted. How do we speak to an audience and tell them the truth of what is really coming down the pike what the real motives are have a press and quite honestly people like afc accusing you of trying to have her murdered The crazy things that are being said every day people know they are their freedoms. Are we're at a crossroads in this country. How do we. How do we talk to them. Inform them and and also ensure that what the left seemingly wants to have is begging to happen. A repeat of something like january sixth. How do we make sure that people feel still empowered and that there is progress being made and somebody's in their corner fighting for them. Well listen i. I am optimistic in the medium and long-term and bazaar lee. the reason. I'm optimistic is because the lunatics who are in control. They're going to over reach. The far left is driving the democratic party and the biden administration. You're seeing it every day. They're going further and further and further..

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"bill oreilly" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

03:13 min | Last month

"bill oreilly" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"To georgia and the night before the vote. The most crucial vote. We've had in the congress attacking the state of georgia for being corrupt. You think that this is the best of the glenn beck program and don't forget raid ups on youtube. I know you are under a tremendous amount of pressure in your own life. Maybe perhaps you have lost your job. You have you've lost your business. I know last night at midnight. My wife and i were talking about the kids in school and now difficult this is i know the pressure you're under and I don't want to add more to it. I want to let you know what's going on. And i wanna make a promise to you You are not alone in feeling that. And i have been saying for a very long time. They are gonna come after anyone an opinion that they disagree with. Ted koppel himself told me you know there should be a panel of people like me that grant you a license really. I've told you the minute. The donald trump was gone. They were gonna turn those canons. That have been so effective on smearing and doing everything they can to destroy. donald trump. All on us. And i mean people in the media. Well it has begun. It is here will let me give you before. I tell you about the phone call. That came in now. Let me tell you about the phone call came in i. A couple of days ago. I started seeing tweets From the left about our blaze. Tv corresponded elijah shaffer Guess the they didn't like the fact that he was reporting on the capital riots Even though he was against the capital riots he was Saying things that pissed his followers and his audience off Like nobody's business because he knows his job is to tell the truth on what's going on. The truth doesn't matter to the left. The daily beast. Which is i mean. The beast really is the appropriate name for these people. They they wrote a smear piece one might even say to flammable. Mary one might say that. My might say that attorneys might say that but they wrote a piece about elijah schaefer. Here's the headline daily. Beast glenn beck employees boasts of breaching nancy pelosi's office alongside revolutionaries and quote.

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"bill oreilly" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

03:45 min | Last month

"bill oreilly" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"To say. We needed ten days ten days. That's all we're asking for. And if he would have come out and said we need ten days and look. I'm not looking for eleven thousand. I do believe. I won. But i'm not looking for just the number i that you cannot have. People not believe in the vote. It is important for america going forward that we believe in the vote. So i'm not motivated to prove what i do believe is true. I'm motivated to find out. Exactly what happened. And if we can't prove it in ten days that's fine but there needs to be a special counsel to find out. Because americans need to believe in something i think he could have really had an impact. Now he is a guy who keeps coming back and coming back come back after he's been punched down but he's not going to have the bully pulpit to do it now. That'd be very difficult for him now. He had a sweet republican kingmaker. Role carved out that would have been an amazing life with lots and lots of power. And i think also i still pretty much believe he's gonna wind up running again so but you know look. I don't know who you're right. He's overcome odds before i just. I think anything past safe harbor day was was was was harmful and what. He's you know the way he's pushed this to the very very end. I think is is has been wrong and it's been hurtful to the come to the country and i think we saw consequences from it I i think he could handle the differently. But i do understand. You know it's frustrating. My wife keeps saying like can you imagine going through what he's gone through. No i mean he's been going through these four years of everyone beating you up every single day lying about you. I mean this has got to change as a person. It's gotta put so much stress on you but the job i mean you sign up for these things and it's really hard to hit a free throw with three seconds left to so and you gotta do that your gig. I have to tell you. I really feel for him because i really feel. He's alone absolutely alone and has been for four years and has taken more. Beatings to the head than anybody. I've seen a more beatings to the head than mohammed ali had And in he has stood the entire time. I understand his righteous anger His belief that really really I it gets down to this. You're gonna do this too and nobody's gonna stand up. I get it but he needed to say early on. I will never until it's proven. I will never believe i didn't win. But if that's what congress and the people say I will leave on january twentieth. There will be a peaceful transition of power..

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"bill oreilly" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

08:43 min | 2 months ago

"bill oreilly" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"All right now. I don't know about you. But if i had a choice that twenty twenty could be over or i could spend three weeks on the rack bed of nails. I don't know what i choose. Which one is worse. Twenty twenty just coming to a natural end or me on a bed of nails. Now i know a lot of my detractors might say we might be good to have glenn on a bed of nails but it's my new year. Resetting not yours. It's it's been an exhausting year hasn't it. Can you believe it's the first time i heard about covid in butts wanna well. What was the name of that city in wuhan china. That's what i said but swan okay. Yeah wuhan the wonderful vacation destination capital of the world really is the i mean who doesn't wanna go there and have bats so it was christmas. It was over the christmas vacation. I think december like tenth or seventeenth was the first time it broke. I heard it around christmas. Maybe the twentieth two thousand four something like that and i just rolled my eyes. And i'm like what people stop eating bats. Can we stop selling them in these open markets. Notice nobody's talking about open markets anymore. I wonder why but it was a year ago this ten months since we shut everything down and we said two weeks. You know we could bay. Let's pull together. Still toe aches and he said well maybe another two weeks okay. Well i don't like that as much. Okay thought after those two weeks. I don't know my be. let's get through. Let's get through spring and into summit because then it'll probably okay. We'll do that in the summer. Well we want to keep it up because it's gotta go back to school and not sure and then in august kids aren't going back to school. Looks like we're getting into the flu season. When does this stop more importantly the people that we talked about yesterday the small business person. They're being destroyed and they're being destroyed. I believe intentionally. Then what. I learned from talking to these three entrepreneurs. Yesterday is until they hurt each other's voices. They felt pretty alone until they until they had someone like me. I mean that's how bad things are like me to talk to them. So they could have america here their plight. They didn't think anybody cared. How easily how easily we fall into lies. We raised almost two hundred thousand dollars from an hour yesterday for these small businesses. And i can't thank you enough for being so generous you can still go to glennbeck dot com go fund me page. If you'd like to donate. But i have to tell you yesterday. I heard it when i when i was talking to the last entrepreneur up in boston and he said i can't believe that the guy you had on california he has it right he was saying the same thing. And here's two cities to different states. Different as far away as you can get where all feeling the same way. i think. There's a survey they just come out that asks americans about their experiences with twenty twenty. It's not going to come as a surprise to you. Seventy seven percent agree. Twenty twenty cent the us into crisis but crisis over its identity. Isn't that interesting. It's not a crisis just of covid. It's a crisis of identity. We don't know who we are anymore. Sad but true baby boomers are the most likely to agree with that. Statement with eighty two compared to seventy six percent of generation x. seventy five percent of millennial respondents but as we're dealing with these issues sixty five percent of respondents. Say they feel like they've had their own personal crisis at least at some point during this year sixty eight percent darn near seventy percent of this country say this year has left them now feeling defeated. That's not a good place to be because we are what we think we are. That's why we're having a crisis of identity because we've always thought we're americans we get the job done we're entrepreneurs would kick ass now. We don't know. Let me tell you something. We're americans we don't like leashes. We don't like fences. We don't like being told what to do. We go in and we kick ass and we get the job done not because we have some grand ruler. But because that's who we are. We tell you a story. It's winter seventeen seventy seven. It's an unusually harsh winter. British forces had just captured the united states capitol in philadelphia. George washington and his men tried but they couldn't retake the city. Eleven thousand of the survivors. He took them with no shoes feet wrapped in rags to just outside of the city. It's long way seems really close if you're driving but if you don't have the highway valley forge is a long walk especially without shoes in. The snow was december nineteenth that the continental army and george washington would change the course of history and reverse the course of the war which was not going well for america. He ordered his men build would huts. You need shelter. We're going to stay here for the long winter months. He had hoped that his brave patriots with one heart and one mind would overcome the tribulation. That was ahead them but they couldn't. It's not going well. The last chris the last christmas many of them had spent crossing the icy waters of the delaware. This christmas they all were afraid. They would starve to death before anything could happen. Congress didn't care about the conditions at valley forge or thought. That washington was exaggerating. Either way they didn't do anything. The men along with five hundred women and children who were company them in the snow. All malnourished battle-weary discouraged feeling betrayed by.

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"bill oreilly" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

08:22 min | 2 months ago

"bill oreilly" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"Bill o'reilly. It's this last Lissa last broadcast of twenty twenty. Thank god i'm not sure. Twenty twenty one is going to be any better. That's one of the things. I wanna ask bill o'reilly and bill if you don't mind because there's such a delay because i'm up in the mountains That i'm just talking all over you. So i i'm to just tell you i wanna i wanna talk about these things. We have eleven minutes or now ten minutes. I want to talk about Donald trump pardoning himself his children who else he should pardon Then i wanna talk to you a little bit about Shoot stu what was the other thing. There's two other things anyway. I wanna talk about that. Then i also wanna talk to you about cova and and the vaccine and then you're probably going to have a recommendation for a book. People can buy for christmas. So that's nine and a half minutes away go. If i'm donald trump. I hold a oval office television address about a week before the inauguration on january thirteenth. I tell the american people that i'm not going to the inauguration. Not because i'm angry with joe biden. But because i believe i'd be a distraction there from the day i'm not gonna go but i'm going to meet with Mr and mrs biden in the white house before breakfast. Leave him a note. Barack obama left for me. That's number one then. I would say. I believe that the election was not honestly held. I hope we get to the bottom of it number three. I would pardon all members of my family from any kind of persecution. I'd use that word and my steps on the federal level. And then i'm sure he's got a list of people that he wants to party is. I'm also gonna pardon some other people You know because. I feel that they're not being treated fairly but you remember. He can't pardon himself on a state level. So it's all federal right But canny navy self. You can pardon himself on a federal level. Yes because i think that was Kind of Kind of murky. Should he could litigated litigated. But the supreme court would rule that he can do it so he he should do it And i think the address should be fifteen minutes very to the point and and just say i'm stepping tried. I may run again. But i really want this election thing cleaned up and i think president biden wants to same thing so i'm going to try to work with him very conciliatory but firm. That's what i would do a week before. The inauguration quickly an additional question. Is there anything else. He should do before he leaves. No i think he's done pretty much all he can do at this point I would in the address to the nation point out that it's a miracle we have covert vaccine and it is should he send like the paris accords to the senate which the republicans would reject and would make it hard or harder for john kerry just to sign up for that thing again. No i wouldn't do that kind of stuff. I would just leave on a high note. And i wouldn't do that because then you just it just gets down into the gutter again. Just leave on a high note. He's done all he can do. I think he did a pretty good job as president myself. I do too. I do too and i think anybody who doesn't recognize. It leased the the historic movement towards peace in the middle east. But you're just not honest alright so now. Let's go to next year. What are you. What do you think next year is going to be like well First of all two thousand and twenty was the worst year in america since nineteen twenty nine and on monday on the nose been news my television broadcast. I'm gonna lay that out for the coming year. I think will Tamp down covert and that will be huge. You're gonna see a return of the obama administration. Joe biden is not an independent contractor so the people elected barack obama and i know that because biden appointed susan rice as his top vise. Susan rice is best friends with barack and michelle obama so the obama administration comes back. You'll see attempted tax hikes and all that but if georgia goes republican mcconnell will be able to block all the madness so i don't see a lot of chaos next year politically if we lose georgia. Then this country veers toward socialism and becomes a chaotic mess. Culturally the civil war ramps up. It's going to be a disaster. But i don't think that's going to happen on the covid front you know. There's all kinds of talk about having to wear masks now until twenty twenty two. In fact. I've heard summer of two thousand twenty two from bill gates until the whole world is vaccinated. Now i it was two weeks then. It was the summer than it was. We don't know and now then it was a vaccine. And now it's the vaccine in everybody's body on earth before we can go back to normal. I'll tell you. I'm going to get the vaccine myself When the Transmission level below a certain point in new york state. Where i live then. I won't wear the mask anymore I don't believe will be masked dates. So i'm just going go a week to week with this thing. I'm gonna be cautious. But i think it'll be tamped down by summer. I have a feeling that there is a new kind of tea. Party that is developing. This is a coalition of not just conservatives and it's going to be driven by people who have lost their jobs and their businesses because of these out of control regulations emerging forces. I see the republicans winning the house in two thousand twenty two as things stand now unless biden his fabulously successful And i do see a backlash coming. When the cleveland indians can't even have a pow no things i can tell you. I mean that i mean i. When did cleveland become the city of wusses is the answer is they haven't yet. They haven't the city to the people in the city can't be for that. No they're not and san francisco nights. Renaming abraham lincoln high school. I'm not going to san francisco back..

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"bill oreilly" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

03:58 min | 2 months ago

"bill oreilly" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

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"bill oreilly" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

05:57 min | 2 months ago

"bill oreilly" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"Place on earth this holiday season. I have to just tell you and remind you really bill o'reilly the happiest person on earth. Hello bill o'reilly showdown twice on the ice this morning. I'm not the happiness guy. Terry it polling the leash all right. Yeah lucky i'm not attraction here all. But here's sara note back. Here's a happy note. I wanna thank. You wouldn't stu forgiving killing crazy horse so all your friends as christmas gifts. That was very very nice of you to do your well. I didn't know that you would recognize that. I bought in extra book for all of my friends. You know i should say about for all of my friend Number twenty number ten. I called him. They said hey. Bedas ordered a whole bunch of killing horses. I it's a great. It would be a great christmas gift. Not as good as some of my books but it would be a great christmas gift killing crazy horse now. I wouldn't recommend that. But i mean there might be some people out there so so bill i want to take i want to take. I tell me the events of the week donald trump. Let's start there where we a message of the damn bill o'reilly dot com and i told everybody that the president is very uncharacteristically. Isolating himself so he had a couple of hardy's the white house for the big fat cat donors he didn't even show up to those parts I understand from people day that you know he's a little withdrawn and i understand He believes that the culmination of five years in dubious election And he believes that He got hosed every every way you could get host and that's just frame of mind going into the christmas week. I was there Last friday with my daughter at the christmas party we were actually in the west wing Before the party started and Caught a glimpse of the president in the oval with mike pence and meadows as he was being briefed on the supreme court. It didn't go well. It didn't go not as you could imagine. You know he's a pretty resilient. I known you know for thirty years and you know he bounces back pretty well but i think this is really shaken him. 'cause he sincerely believes that he won the election. That's not you know posturing or he doesn't have any self doubt. He believes that he wanted and that it was taken from him by these forces. Five years trying to destroy him so let me let me be very careful on what i say here.

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"bill oreilly" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

04:59 min | 2 months ago

"bill oreilly" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"Receptive advances which is odd most dot h respite. Frank frank all in it's interesting. I m annals and still bigger that her last boyfriend okay. Earlier okay up. Here is better better. Americans than the chinese so this whole thing works out. Well thank you. Thank you carl. Carl from the north pole. Completely surprising fact about eric swallow that we learned there towards the end of the el-zor taller taller or.

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"bill oreilly" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

01:55 min | 2 months ago

"bill oreilly" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"When you were a kid and you didn't have to worry about things like money. Pack responsibility meant getting your homework. Done get the chores done around the house. That's why we're also pissed off at our teenage kids because we we know what life is like and we used to be them and we're all pissed off. We all now have to do all of the stuff we have to do and help them with the homework and remind them to take out the garbage. I've had just about a number okay. i don't know where that came from. Twenty twenty has Not made any in life easier but take a deep breath. Some some things are easier to solve than others. The mortgage consultants over at american financing are good at solving problems. You should give them a call do it. Today don't wait they're They're not working for some shady bank. That is like wait a minute if we lower interest rates and we make them so the interest rate is a negative rate will be able to charge the american public three percent so we get paid from them and we get two percent from borrowing it from the government. We'd be rich now. They're not part of that scam. They're refinancing they work for you. Not for the banks. And may i suggest you get to them right now. Without resetting your mortgage you could save a thousand dollars a month. If you put your high interest credit cards in there you could actually see light at the end of the tunnel. American financing call them ten minutes. They'll tell you how they can help. American financing eight hundred nine zero six twenty four forty eight hundred nine zero six twenty four forty american financing dot net american financing. Nmls eight two three three four.

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"bill oreilly" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

04:26 min | 4 months ago

"bill oreilly" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"I don't know what happened there but. Bill. Here's the Here's the here's the thing Beto lost by only two points in the last election here in Texas with that South Texas I mean South Texas is different than the rest of the state and so the internal polling and I you know I don't get access as much of it as I did when I was a big shot on. Fox. But I do get some and I don't think they're camera is GonNa whip into Texas I think tomorrow. All right 'cause the Democrats who well, we got a one in five chance there. So send comma. But if they thought they were GONNA win Texas Biden be down there back. All right I mean, that's the key. You gotTa Watch where the candidates go and here's something else very fascinating. How much time we got we had plenty of time more than enough time for anything interest. Where's where's Michelle? Where's Michelle Obama? Strangest thing in the world, here's the most popular Democrat in the country by Farm Michelle Obama okay. And she makes one public service announcement on the Internet, not even on broadcast TV on the Internet I vote for Jill and then she disappears meanwhile her husband Barack he's running all over the place wiz. Michelle. Very. Very strange. What do you think that means I don't know. I I have no like inclu but I'm stunned. Obama is trying to rally the African American Vote Biden. Stunned is possible. She's guarding the room that they've locked Hunter Biden in I I guess that might be possible back but I, don't think I would. Go with that one. Okay. All right. Okay. I mean, you're a journalist I'm not. So I'm the guy that raises the questions based on reality. And I'm sitting here going where is Michelle? Obama in this whole campaign so Very, very spooky as they say on Halloween. Al Gore was able to. Claim. Victory because the networks had called Florida for him early and so they legitimized it. You know you say that are going to start calling states Do you trust their calls for states. I don't think I think networks onto the and so much trouble. They can't afford to screw up so they will err on the side of caution since when they wait wait wait wait wait. When have they adopted that stance? Well because the poll say that the second most hated institution in the country is the media. They all know they're going to die after Tuesday, they're all starting to lay off massive amounts, massive amounts of people Jeff Zucker the president CNN's going to fired they know what's coming back. What's coming Armageddon for the broadcast news industry even if even if there is a biden win doesn't matter. Because no people know they're not getting the truth. On any of them George. Stephanopoulos is the chief news correspondent for ABC. George Stephanopoulos. Little Georgie. Thought, it should have done that interview with Biden in short pants. You should add short pants on Georgie. He's sat there with his thumb in his mouth and asked nothing. And he's the chief correspondent Lesley Stahl. Who I've known for decades and I respect Leslie Stahl all right looks into the camera and says, there's no verification of spying on the trump campaign. After the Inspector General of the Justice Department issued a fifty page report that says there was massive corruption in that and Leslie stalled says that to the president of the United States and you think people are believed these organizations going forward. They're not well when I mean you you we have we've crossed the Rubicon we've only got thirty seconds, but haven't we crossed the Rubicon on facebook and Google and twitter to where you know you just go. Out when we get back ARA..

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"bill oreilly" Discussed on Newt's World

Newt's World

04:19 min | 6 months ago

"bill oreilly" Discussed on Newt's World

"Much as I can while I'm on the planet because I see the nobility in America and I know you do too because we've discussed it. I see how our country provides more opportunity for more people than any other nation on earth. You look at Rome you look at all the empires no one has come close to what America has done for the world freeing billions of people wrote three World War, two books killing plan killing a rising sun killing the SS. We did that we freed people from fascism and communism and to see what's happening today. That were evil that were trying to hurt blacks and minorities, and so that's what I'm using my skill to do to counter all of that and that's why I'm pleased to run my own news agency because I can do that twenty four seven. On the thing I liked about your courage in tackling this particular book is the Berry. Touching and complicated topic and it's easy to handle badly and I know you would handle it in a way the people would find it to be fascinating and balanced and they will keep turning page learning something brand new whether you're an advocate for native Americans are your advocate for the United States the you're gonNA play it right down the middle you're. A great entertainer. So I knew the could be interested but I thought it took some guts on your part to take this particular topic because of the potentially very controversial and I, commend you because we need people willing to stand in the middle of the arena and argue the case for thinking through what America's like not just parenting very Central American slugged. While we sent the book to a number of native American scholars. We will have them in the coming weeks on the no spin news to talk about it try to be fair and everything I. Do I think fairness is a doctrine that everybody? And it's hard. It's hard to be fair but everybody on this planet, we all tried to be fair. I don't think we'd have the strifes that we have now. Let's all try to be fair, and that's what I try to do in killing crazy horse. Wish you extrordinary success with this latest venture and I hope that the next time you do a book, you'll come back and join us and chat about it again. Mr Speaker, by really enjoyed talking with you..

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"bill oreilly" Discussed on Newt's World

Newt's World

02:40 min | 6 months ago

"bill oreilly" Discussed on Newt's World

"People from Fox with me. So I had a very good core of journalists to set us up for a daily broadcast called the no spin news which we do every night. And then the radio syndicator came at me and I always love Paul Harvey, and so I- resurrected the Paul Harvey fifteen minute newscasts every day, and we do that on more than three hundred radio stations every day. So, the combination of radio and television built or audience, I think were the most profitable news internet. Organization in the world. Right now? We, have an enormous amount of people who follow us and pay a fee a small I keep. Very very reasonable. So everybody can come on in. And we have grown grown since January the pandemic started. My company Mr Speaker has gone from five Million Dollar Company to a twenty five million. Dollar Company. In well, what nine months? And it's because. Unlike most television news organizations, we don't have an agenda. You know I'm a traditional Guy Eileen conservative in some issues but I don't have an agenda. I, wrote a book on Donald Trump the United States trump. That is the fairest book on Donald. Trump. I think that's ever been written. And I am not in business to promote any politician or do anything people know that. I had twenty plus years at Fox they were him. So we have been very very successful, but the best thing is that I don't have to work for corporations. So I can do pretty much what I want to do, and that meant a lot to me in my lifestyle. I think that's tremendous. Achieved Because I watch you and we chatted as you were leaving Fox and I watched. You have evolved and it's really very, very impressive. You'RE A. Unique figure in the number of people who would meyer you pay attention to you and their willingness to follow you. That's in a sense. What a remarkable success of your books told us you and I have something in common and I think your listeners should know this. So I've known as speaker. Now for twenty five years, we bleed for our country. I mean Newt Gingrich and Bill o'riley. This is what we have in common we believe. For our country. You may disagree with me you may disagree with Newt Gingrich and that's fine. That's fine. I am so. Emotional. About America and so everything that I do isn't money.

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"bill oreilly" Discussed on Newt's World

Newt's World

03:51 min | 6 months ago

"bill oreilly" Discussed on Newt's World

"bill oreilly" Discussed on Newt's World

Newt's World

07:08 min | 6 months ago

"bill oreilly" Discussed on Newt's World

"I, tell you about Amac, the Association of Mature American citizens have you joined yet now more than ever mounting problems or fishing, America government growth erosion of liberties and the enormous financial burden. Our children and grandchildren will inherit if we do not AMAC is the conservative alternative to other. Groups so so I I met them in two, thousand, seven eight o'clock become a formidable defender of our values. Now, two million members strong and growing. The benefits of joining Aimak. You become part of an honest active in conservative force one, the counters, the radical left suggested it's your chance to do well and good at once keeping. America. Strong. The on advocacy AMO gives you access to every day money saving benefits, special rates in car insurance. So phones travel discounts more. You'll also receive a mixed bi monthly magazine for love inciteful articles on issues of motor. Most San with may stand with Amac even more vital now with the election ahead, join today the. US forward slash newt. That's A. M. A. C. Dot. U. S. forward slash newt AMAC US forward slash newt good morning. This is Laura Vendor Kim host of the new corner ops a podcast where we share strategies for thriving in the new world of work I just put out a new episode about how to light a fire under your career by making your Mondays. Matter. The episode was fueled by Nature Valley pack sustained energy bars. Here's a clip from the episode. So, here's my suggestion if you're working at home these days because of the pandemic us the time on Monday morning that you would have spent commuting. To tackle some big speculative project that you claim you never have time for. Tackling, something big and uncertain can light a fire under your career and doing this important but not urgent task. First thing means you start the week with a sense of victory. Brought to you by nature, Valley Pat, sustained energy bars for more tips on how to start well, sustain your energy and win the week check out the new Corner Office podcast available on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. When you think about this particular book, which is I think in some ways, one of the most interesting new Britain, a lot of interesting books but this one. Will teach more people more new things in most because you really in a fertile area here where people just don't know very much. Way, you, hope readers get out of this when they close the final page, what's your vision of real success with your readers? Well, that's a very good question. By the way my publisher is been with me since killing Lincoln the first book says, this is the best book. Of the killing series. Now, I can't make that determination like kids to me. These books, but I can tell you that I am really really angry. About how our nation Is being portrayed to the world by the radical left in this country. I am just furious about it. Because yes. The US government did some very bad things to native Americans. That is true. But it isn't all black and white some of it was inevitable. Every nation in this world, every single nation in the world on the planet. Has had exploitation of indigenous people. If you go to Australia, you have the aborigines go to New Zealand stories on and on and on everyone. It's always about power. It's always about expansion. Want people to know after they finish crazy horse that their country. was forged in a way that was very difficult. It was very hard just like a revolution just like. Abolishment of. Slavery Nothing. Comes easy. And there are mistakes that are made, but the nobility of the characters on both sides. Primarily I would say the native Americans I show their nobility. That they were people who are loyal to their wives and children and to protect them. And on the other side. People wanted to have better lives. We talked about the Oklahoma Sooners K. who are these people? Why were they out there trying to get the Indian lands it's a human story and that's what our nation is. Our nation is a human story and in any human story, there are good things and bad things and I think that we have written a fair book a book that if you read it, you'll know more about your country than ninety percent of the people that you know. When you got into this and you began researching this book. But was the biggest surprise to to you. I think the biggest surprise was the intensity of seventy eight year war. And then the evolution of American society in the beginning nobody knew about four cams and the three hundred whites who were slaughtered by the creeks nobody knew why that happened or how it happened because there wasn't any. News. Anything out of it. All right. It was only months after that the American people were presented with the horror that happened there, and that's because Andrew Jackson was sent down. By President Monroe to. Quell the uprising and that got a little bit of attention. So America's didn't really know what was happening until after the civil war because that's when photography came in. and. So you see an evolution of information flow once photography came in and once people could take pictures of the native Americans themselves of massacre sites of all of this, you know in the little bighorn fight four journalists were killed. They were riding with custer. And to cover. The fight because everybody knew there was going to be a big fight between custer and crazy horse was like a heavyweight bout. And they all got killed. Because everybody got killed crazy horse. He was so far ahead of custer and custer was a good general. I mean we tell you about his history and the civil war and things like that. But crazy horse just absolutely maneuvered him and. It's a saga, but it's fun to read in. You'll stay up late reading it, and then when you're finished, you'll be able to discuss this all day long with anybody you know and it's interesting to me. It's just fascinating..

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"bill oreilly" Discussed on Newt's World

Newt's World

05:11 min | 6 months ago

"bill oreilly" Discussed on Newt's World

"The Mohegan us. And Mohegan, very warlike. The Montauk it's weren't they were farmers. But they would come across in raid and that went on for ever. So you're correct in the sense there was no security the native Americans had no security at all that at any time they could be attacked by the white man or by other Indian tribes in fact, customer had Indian Scouts. When he foolishly went into crazy horse's realm. He had tribes at hated the Su-. Working with him. So it was a complicated thing but the overarching is that native Americans for centuries have lived the lifestyle some of them were more share and some of them were hunters. All right and they didn't have a permanent. They didn't settle cities. We're GONNA cities when it was cold they went south when it was hot, they went north and they hunted and they provided, but they were basically nomadic. and. Then when they had this huge influx of especially after the railroad, Abraham Lincoln was the guy that nailed. The transcontinental railroad wants the railroad started and all these thousands of people started to come off to Indian lands and do whatever they wanted to do. You can imagine if you were a native American chief and your people looking at you going, what are you? GonNa, do you GonNa let this happen and that was what ignited most of these conflicts? So she put him in the title. What is your take on crazy horse? Very. Very interesting man. He was not the chief. Sitting bull was the chief. Of the Sioux nation. Sitting we'll never fought. Did you know that Mr Speaker? No I did not. Nobody does sitting bull. Fought a battle. He was the big Kahuna. And he was the guy who would direct. The tribes crazy horse was the minister of war. They actually used that title. And he was a brilliant tactician. And we take you through a lot of his campaigns before the ultimate. Little bighorn fight. And crazy horse just outsmarted the US. So much. So that US grant a general himself while he was president. Said who is this guy? We're sending out garrison after garrison after garrison to rein him in, and he's beating the hell out of us every time we confronts him. and. So nobody knows that nobody knows how brilliant a military mind crazy horse was. And his relationship with sitting bull, and then there was coaches who is brilliant man. Did. You know that nobody knows where he's buried he was never defeated. In. Arizona coach, he's the chief of the Apache nation they never caught him. And he died and it was like an ancient pharaoh they buried him somewhere in the superstition mountains and to this day nobody knows where his grave is. These are the kinds of stories I telling killing crazy horse and people going really why didn't know that nobody knows it because it's really never been presented to the American people how our country was forged..

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"bill oreilly" Discussed on Newt's World

Newt's World

07:39 min | 6 months ago

"bill oreilly" Discussed on Newt's World

"Philo Riley is a great friend, a mentor somebody who has been a trailblazer in so many different areas of it's amazing. He was a high school history teacher for nineteen seventy to nineteen seventy-two beyond that though he's also been involved overseas in doing things were charitable and helping people and he of course has been extraordinarily successful cable news personality now has fifteen nonfiction books including nine books in the killing series, which began remarkably successful, filling Lincoln and killing. Kennedy, just been rolling never since now this new book killing crazy horse, they'll the most merciless Indian wars in America which has just coming out on September eight. Is going to be interesting to everybody and I was delighted. The bill is willing to come on and talk about his concept is vision what he's trying to accomplish a well first of all thank you for joining us and congratulations on yet another great book. Do I, appreciated Mr Speaker it's nice to talk with you and particularly because you're a historian yourself. When I write books, I write them for the folks I'm not a pinhead. I'm not giving you five hundred pages and you gotTa Wade through it in your eyes get heavy. These are exciting fun books to read, but there are also important. To tickly today. When the radical left is trying to distort our history. They're trying to peddle this line that the United States is an evil country and always has been. And therefore, I'm position to settle these things once and for all by writing fact, based books about slavery mentioned, killing Lincoln about the Indian wars and what really happened in forging our nation. And I think that every American has got to arm his or herself with facts to refute this horrible assault on our country's history. You have a very intriguing to me title killing crazy horse the most famous Indian wars in America how did you come to that title? Well when we were researching the Book Martin Dugard is my co author we were startled by the level of brutality and intensity in these conflicts. So yes, civil war was terrible. Everybody knows that the most casualties of any American war, the revolutionary war and not so much because there weren't that many big set battles. But in America with the native Americans and the settlers clashing that went on from eighteen twelve to eighteen ninety. That war lasted seventy eight years. and. Don't know the scope of it. We've heard of coaches and crazy horse and Geronimo, and sitting bull and all of these guys. But we really don't know the context. This was an ongoing bloodbath. For Seventy eight years. And that's why I use the word merciless in the subtitle. But why do you think it took so long? Because the United States was just in its infancy. The people the colonists than the new United States citizens started to move west and intrude on Indian lands, and then they moved south into Florida which was not a state. And the Creek Indians where they're going to do is going on who are these people why they're hunting grounds? Why are they doing this stuff and the creeks with the first trot to attack the white man and they slaughtered three hundred? White people and there were some slaves in that mix at Fort mims Alabama in eighteen thirteen that started it all Andrew Jackson was sent down to quell the creek uprising. It was unbelievable what happened there and then it went on and on and on and on and on as the whites win across the country for the land and they didn't really care who was there first and the Indians had no idea how to counter this the smarter of them the more intelligent. Of them like coaches, he knew they weren't going to win against this powerful force coming at them. But at the same time, what were they going to tell their people that we gotta move again we were where are buffalo going to being shot by guys on trainings it was a progression that had no ending because there were so many Indian tribes decentralized. They weren't organized and Washington's policies changed every year some years they were fair to the Indians and some years they weren't. But. When you look back on, do you think a practical level they different approach that could've worked? Do you think we were just in a clash between two civilizations? WHO's GonNa go on until one of the lots. Well as a former speaker of the house, you know how government works better than anybody on this planet in my opinion newt. Gingrich knows how the US government works better than anyone and I've always said that and I've always had you on in that capacity when I was interviewing you. The problem was that there was no understanding. Between the white. European settlers and the Indian nations they did not understand each other and made little attempt to. So it wasn't like we understood the King in England and we knew what he was doing to try to exploit us by taxing us but not giving us representation that wasn't what was going on because there was no central leadership in the Indian nations tecumseh tried he got killed and then the fear that the Indians in still. In the white man because they will brutal. Not all of them. Not all of them. But many the comanche in the Apaches Oh. If you got captured Mr, speaker? You would rather die. In fact, US soldiers always kept a bullet in the chamber even when they ran out of ammunition so they could kill themselves instead of being captured. That's how. Terrifying. The Indians were. So in the midst of all of this, there was no understanding. There was no attempt to be conciliatory. It was just who has more power we're taking over. In that context. Were you surprised as you got into this, not only that it was brutal on both sides but that comedian standpoint. They really didn't have many alternatives. Permanently squeezed and force westwood where they collided with other Indian tribes who also believe they had a right to be there see also a lot of Indian on Indian combat in addition to Indians attacking the European settlers. That went on from the dawn of North American settlement when the Indians came from Asia across the Bering Sea into Alaska and then migrated down South Indians always fought Indians. Always. A house in Montauk Long Island where I'm talking to you right now and the MONTOC. Indians. Were the first settlers here well, across Long Island sound in Connecticut there.

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