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"brian rosen" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:09 min | 5 months ago

"brian rosen" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"And to those you know talk radio experts and whatever historians Brian Rosen nuts or whatever your name is and that Michael Harrison cat You're like hey I run a magazine I go talkers or something whatever Well your wise comments and stuff You can plan a big wet one on my ass How does that sound I don't give a damn about you your magazine or your radio history historian I don't care about any of that I care about my audience in this show And you guys taking a pot at all the stunt Yeah it's a stunt giving up a multi-million dollar job with 9 million listeners is that we had some stunt At some stunt all right That's some stunt Maybe it matters to me And maybe the fact that this policy wouldn't affect me directly but I care about others Maybe that should matter to you too But these people don't have any dignity They don't know what it's like They've never worked in an organization like that work with before I came here We had a code You know you messed around when you were an agent at line of work It didn't matter if the president behind you was bush or Obama or Trump Your job was to keep that dude alive no matter what And if the stuff hits the fan and you get in the middle of it it was a pretty simple code to live by And I took that code here and I wasn't going to let my people go down either And the fact that you're finding it so hard to understand and feel the need to write endless hit pieces You get the countdown clock going And I guess we'll see on Thursday Who has cloud new dozen Because once you announce something on the air that's pretty much the end of it isn't it I'm stuck in the medium term They have leverage there And they think they know that But they should have thought through the long-term consequences They can fix this I still have time But not much I wasn't kidding I met exactly what I said And if you think it's a stunt just F around and find out I guess we'll see you We'll see you pulling a stunt then who isn't.

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"brian rosen" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

10:03 min | 8 months ago

"brian rosen" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"I am joined by byron york at the washington examiner and fox news. Good morning byron. How are you good morning you doing. Well thanks The lead story for me today has also the lead story in the wall street journal. The headline is biden seeks to shift focus to domestic issues after afghanistan. Exit white house plans to spend september pushing for passage of the president's agenda as he faces falling poll numbers. I personally believe that. Most americans know about the thousands of american citizens l. p. r.'s and sib holders abandoning afghanistan that they don't quite know the details but they're intently concerned with it and that it's an iceberg issue that the president is mishandling by treating it as something that will be forgotten. David drucker disagrees with me. Brian rosen wall. Very much disagrees with me. That americans are paying attention. What does byron york thing. Well i think that american's feelings about us citizens being left behind ghanistan. I think those feelings are essentially folded in to the poll. Numbers that you're seeing Biden's approval rating for his handling the situation afghanistan which are in the twenties. I mean those are nixon and watergate. Poll numbers So i do think that americans are aware of that now. A couple of things about biden changing the subject. Of course he wants to change the subject answer as well A lot of the pr. The question is what will allow the press. Go along with it if you look at politico's playbook this morning and we just tiny tiny little mention of afghanistan Much more on the biden Agenda on the other hand i was. I didn't hear the first half hour of your program Did you read. Senator blumenthal's tweets. Today did not. I tweeted the story out that he is outraged. He's a democrat but go ahead and tell people about it. Well Senator blumenthal Yesterday afternoon Posted a threat on twitter. My staff and i have worked night and day to secure the safe passage of two planes waiting in mazari sharif to take american citizens at risk afghan allies and their families to safety. My office join forces in this humanitarian mission with an incredible coalition of advocates ngos former servicemen and journalists to try to evacuate our fellow citizens in afghan allies by the way ngos former service members and journalists. Anybody missing from that list. Department and pentagon. Yeah exactly so anyway. He goes on And so this is as you point out a democratic senator which may be necessary to give this issue enough credibility for some members of the press to pay attention now byron. I believe in american politics. There are iceberg issues and my most frequently referred to example of that is the famous chick fillet boycott when chick-fil-a got in trouble for their donations. I believe to a pro marriage. Family or anti-same-sex marriage effort. I don't know what got the cafes into trouble but without any publicity whatsoever americans by the million showed up and bought chick-fil-a sandwiches on certain data show support for the franchise. Remember that. yes i do. It was not covered in the media. I believe though that america is now wired separately from the media and one of the stories running over the hidden wire and it's only hidden from elite media or they ignore it is this subterranean facebook twitter. Whatever it is a non official communication system by that. I mean not elite media not government and that they're wired into the fact that we've left thousands of people and they also know that an l. pr. I hate that term because it includes my son's inlaws up until a year ago. They spent fifteen years in the united states in north carolina. Living the american what they became citizens after fifteen years canadian and an irish In law and now they're american citizens but they are americans long before they became citizens. I think we count the green card holders in this number. And ron clean and the others are trying to downplay this number. When does when do the families of the people stranded there go public. That's really the issue byron because that will draw attention right. I think it's going to be pretty soon. I mean the the other thing about the that interview that you were playing With cnn yesterday is is the degree of dependence that the united states has had on third party actors here in this case. We're really hoping that qataris can help us on this. So the the idea is like who who are. We chopped liver. I mean the united states is dependent either on the taliban tarez or some other nation to to help get united states people out of afghanistan. And let me say one more thing i think. On this issue of evacuations there are two sides to this issue. There is who we have not yet brought out of afghanistan. and there's who. We have brought out of afghanistan and That's a lot of interpreters that we brought out and we are finding out more about the frenzied confused. An incomplete vetting that has taken place With afghans who have been brought to the united states We have One member of Congress representative tiffany. I believe is his name from wisconsin Who went to an army base where thousands and thousands of people have been brought and is asking what. What's the betting on on on these people do Did they need to be brought to the united states immediately. Could they be waiting in a third country safe from Being out of afghanistan waiting in a third country while the united states conducts normal vetting operations on at that we perform on all refugees So there's there's a and they're not. I mean they're already. They're already in the united states by the ministrations issuing them all what's called humanitarian parole. That is coming to the united states because we say so and So there's two questions on this. There's there's so we haven't brought out and there's who we have brought up is actually three byron. I think who we left behind who we brought out. And what do we do with who we brought out. Because i believe there's vast bipartisan support for very open embrace of vetted afghan refugees including of course but even average afghans who just don't want to live under the taliban if they can be shown to be saved. There's a waiting list of people who want to help. And i think the churches will organize this like this out the amis or welcome to the country camp pendleton the cubans from cuba the hungarians from hungary of the iranians from iran. I believe we will open arms but they insist on vetting. They don't put it past al qaeda to stay in some bad actors and so the question has to do you want to open embrace these afghan refugees. The answer is yes but vet that then embrace. I believe that's the general consensus position. What do you think well. That's what's not been done here. You're absolutely right. i mean this is. This is like the difference between legal immigration and illegal immigration and so many republicans who were trying to tighten security. The border are saying look. We're not we don't. We're not opposed to immigration. It just needs to be legal immigration through a process of law and not people just flooding over the border. So in this case They want americans. I think Want people from afghanistan. Who have been vetted and i do think they will give priority not just to us citizens and elp pr's As you say but to afghans who actually did help in the In the us twenty year. Us effort in afghanistan not just afghans. Who were afraid however valid for their future ghanistan but americans who actually helped the united states in this war that went on twenty years now. People do not know this but in the beltway. There's a large afghan community. And i've had to uber drivers in the last month and one on the weekend who are afghan ex. Pats won the guy on the weekend that i wrote about in my washington. Post column is driving a newbery. Got here in twenty nine thousand nine after working for the americans from two thousand eighteen back about nine years both as an interpreter and for floor. He said it was very easy for him. To be establishes connection via both his colonel that he worked for and then the floor corporation. Executive vetting is not hard. If you worked with an american even if you don't speak english if you're the brother of a of a interpreter or the daughter of an inter you're able to be vetted byron. Have you actually looked into the vetting. It's not that hard. These people actually have names. They've got the receipts to use the cliche well. The vetting process normally takes a long time and there has been controversy in the past over. How long it takes does it take so long because there's so much Investigating to be done or is it takes so long simply because the bureaucracy you know put something in a file box and it stays there for six months until somebody does something about it and it appears that it is bureaucratically long and so it could be It could be made faster but it needs to be done In a thorough way and it needs to be you know we need to to To vet potential refugees from afghanistan. The way we've vet potential refugees from anywhere else took six months for my driver but then the american embassy was opened in kabul and he was able to go back and forth are are eight hundred billion dollar building that is now a taliban palace..

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Biden Turns From Afghanistan to Domestic Agenda

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:44 min | 8 months ago

Biden Turns From Afghanistan to Domestic Agenda

"I am joined by byron york at the washington examiner and fox news. Good morning byron. How are you good morning you doing. Well thanks The lead story for me today has also the lead story in the wall street journal. The headline is biden seeks to shift focus to domestic issues after afghanistan. Exit white house plans to spend september pushing for passage of the president's agenda as he faces falling poll numbers. I personally believe that. Most americans know about the thousands of american citizens l. p. r.'s and sib holders abandoning afghanistan that they don't quite know the details but they're intently concerned with it and that it's an iceberg issue that the president is mishandling by treating it as something that will be forgotten. David drucker disagrees with me. Brian rosen wall. Very much disagrees with me. That americans are paying attention. What does byron york thing. Well i think that american's feelings about us citizens being left behind ghanistan. I think those feelings are essentially folded in to the poll. Numbers that you're seeing Biden's approval rating for his handling the situation afghanistan which are in the twenties. I mean those are nixon and watergate. Poll numbers So i do think that americans are aware of that now. A couple of things about biden changing the subject. Of course he wants to change the subject answer as well A lot of the pr. The question is what will allow the press. Go along with it if you look at politico's playbook this morning and we just tiny tiny little mention of afghanistan Much more on the biden Agenda on the other hand i was. I didn't hear the first half hour of your program Did you read. Senator blumenthal's tweets. Today did not. I tweeted the story out that he is outraged. He's a democrat but go ahead and tell people about it. Well Senator blumenthal Yesterday afternoon Posted a threat on twitter. My staff and i have worked night and day to secure the safe passage of two planes waiting in mazari sharif to take american citizens at risk afghan allies and their families to safety. My office join forces in this humanitarian mission with an incredible coalition of advocates ngos former servicemen and journalists to try to evacuate our fellow citizens in afghan allies by the way ngos former service members and journalists. Anybody missing from that list. Department and pentagon. Yeah exactly so anyway. He goes on And so this is as you point out a democratic senator which may be necessary to give this issue enough credibility for some members of the press to pay attention

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"brian rosen" Discussed on The Book Review

The Book Review

05:51 min | 9 months ago

"brian rosen" Discussed on The Book Review

"See taylor. Junior president and ceo of the society for human resource management preorder. Today at amazon or your preferred bookseller. I'm brian rosen. I'm an investigative reporter at the new york times. My dad is a scientist. My career has been devoted to scientific research. I remember growing up. I didn't fully understand what he was doing every day. But now that i would as an investigative journalist i do understand you have to start with fax from those facts. Pases appears and then you work on to try to test that. I i do the same thing. Obtaining documents crunching the data and i've talked to as many people as possible to get to the bottom with story. The new york times does not publish until we can prove that.

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"brian rosen" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"brian rosen" Discussed on WTOP

"Very windy, Super High fire danger today, Not the day for a backyard cookout at all. I'm Storm Team four meteorologist Chuck Bell for WT Opie. Alright, thanks so much. It's 9 52, now the operator of the Baltimore plant that had to throw out 15 million doses of contaminated Johnson and John And Covad vaccine is saying that it has now heard from the FDA, and it's getting ready a plan to fix the issues at that plant. Emergency E O Robert Kramer spoke to investors. We welcome the FT's involvement and strengthen their independent, scientifically rigorous review. They have issued us their inspection findings and our team is expected to submit within days. A comprehensive response to those findings that's designed to me or exceed the FDA standards, says multiple failures caused the production problems at the plant. Rudy Giuliani, the former New York City mayor and personal attorney for former president Trump is speaking out about the federal investigation into his dealings in Ukraine, telling Fox News that a raid of his New York home and office by federal agents Is completely illegal, is purportedly based on one single failure to file for representing a Ukrainian national or Official. That I never represented. Giuliani has insisted that all of his activities in Ukraine were legal as U. S forces withdraw from Ask Afghanistan. The Pentagon is getting ready for possible Taliban attacks on the U. S and Coalition forces May 1st was the date envisioned by the Trump Administration for all U. S and foreign services to be departed under a deal between the US and the Taliban. President Biden extended that to September 11th. The Taliban could consider the U. S to be in violation of that earlier agreed. Went up ahead here in money News started a lower 7 11. Try something new in Virginia. I'm Jeff Global 9 53 looking to hire indeed will help you speed up the process. They have 135 skill tests to help you find the right candidates. Faster visit indeed dot com slash credit. Here's Brian Rosen steal a cyber security architect for.

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"brian rosen" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"brian rosen" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Makes me laugh and the reason of the makes me laugh is because he's the guy that for years was the one there was in bill Cosby's face all the time on stage saying look it up look it up this is what he did look it up look it up look it up but apparently he is don't he's asking people to donate to money to landlords instead of supporting rent control so apparently he's a bad guy and Andrew Yang is also trending he's always trending why because in some polls cleaning the latest one of the latest poll they get from U. S. at it whatever is trending above Kamal airs think about that right like this is heard this is our livelihood this is our job politics is becoming right right she was the Attorney General California senator from California she's not gonna win our own state at all she is falling further behind the now angry a entrepreneur upstart who essentially says all the time and I you can fix this simple give it about a thousand dollars a month then what they're gonna get a thousand dollars a month and what it's voting time members gonna get freedom box or whatever he calls is what about tomorrow I'd like one of those and you guys can give it to whatever campaign you feel the need to give it to about that three to three five three twenty four twenty three ABQ events shows both your Instagram and your Twitter thought we'll talk radio how so guy got his doctorate Dr Brian Rosen well that is doctor studying talk radio any influences had on the Republican Party in the United States he joined a straight edge advantage you're listening to the best of Chad Bentsen but Chad Benson show computer systems in cars are the new normal from electronically controlled transmissions to touch screen displays to.

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"brian rosen" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"brian rosen" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Comic makes me laugh and the reason of the makes me laugh is because he's the guy that for years was the one there was in bill Cosby's face all the time on stage saying look it up look it up this is what he did look it up look it up look it up but apparently he is don't he's asking people to donate to money to landlords instead of supporting rent control so apparently he's a bad guy and Andrew Yang is also trending he's always trending why because in some polls cleaning the latest one of the latest poll they get from U. S. at it whatever is trending above Kamal airs think about that right like this is her this is our livelihood this is our job politics is become our job right right she was the Attorney General California senator from California she's not gonna win our own state at all she's falling further behind the now angry a entrepreneur upstart who essentially says all the time address you can fix this simple give it about a thousand dollars a month then what they're gonna get a thousand dollars a month and what it's voting time members gonna get freedom box or whatever he calls what about tomorrow I'd like one of those and you guys can give it to whatever campaign you feel the need to give it to how about that three to three five three twenty four twenty three ABQ events shows both your Instagram and your Twitter toggle talk radio how so guy got his doctorate Dr Brian Rosen what's got his doctorate studying talk radio any influence it's had on the Republican Party in the United States he joined a straight edge advantage you're listening to the best of Chad Mendes Chad Benson show computer systems in cars are the new normal from electronically controlled transmissions to touch screen displays to dozens of sensors but all this advanced tech.

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"brian rosen" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"brian rosen" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Because he said today is the CEO of Twitter that's it he's gonna ban all political ads no that's for you none he's over it done he's gone the exact opposite way of what Facebook has done and I applaud him because I think he wants to get it right and I think he knows that if he allows political ads and he wants the fact Jack he's gonna miss more to the right than they would to the left so I just think he the exam I wash my hands she me valley fire is trending lots of fires trending all over the place on Google we got a Twitter lot of stuff lot of stuff kids trending photo shop is trending why because trump tweeted out the picture of him giving a metal to the dog which really was photo shop because it was giving him enough to somebody else and why did that I don't know oh my god Josh Hamilton former baseball player is arrested for felony child abuse not sexual but physical nature with one of his daughters really threw a bottle letter in an argument and then pulled the chair out from underneath there and details a little sketchy but he's been arrested for that and that guys had a lot of issues big time Hannibal Burress because you know he is he's a comic makes me laugh and the reason of that he makes me laugh is because he's the guy that for years was the one there was in bill Cosby's face all the time on stage saying look it up look it up this is what he did look it up look it up look it up but apparently he is don't he's asking people to donate to money to landlords instead of supporting rent control so apparently he's a bad guy and enter Yang is also trending he's always trending why because in some polls cleaning the lake is one of the latest poll they get from U. S. at it whatever is trending above Kamal Harris think about that right like this is heard this is our livelihood this is our job politics is becoming right right she was the Attorney General California senator from California she's not gonna win our own state at all she's falling further behind the now angry a entrepreneur upstart who is sensually says all the time and I you can fix this simple give it about a thousand dollars a month then what they're gonna get a thousand dollars a month and what it's voting time members gonna get freedom box or whatever he calls is what about tomorrow I'd like one of those and you guys can give it to whatever campaign you feel the need to give it to about that three to three five three eight twenty four twenty three ABQ events shows both your Instagram and your Twitter thought we'll talk radio how so guy got his doctorate Dr Brian Rosen well got his doctorate studying talk radio any influences had on the Republican Party in the United States he joins.

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"brian rosen" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"brian rosen" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Makes me laugh and the reason of the makes me laugh is because he's the guy that for years was the one there was in bill Cosby's face all the time on stage saying look it up look it up this is what he did look it up look it up look it up but apparently he is don't he's asking people to donate to money to landlords instead of supporting rent control so apparently he's a bad guy enter Yang is also trending he's always trending why because in some polls cleaning the latest one of the latest poll they get from U. S. at it whatever he's treading above Kamal airs think about that right like this is heard this is our livelihood this is our job politics is become job right right she was the Attorney General California senator from California she's not gonna winner state at all she is falling further behind the now angry a entrepreneur upstart who essentially has all the time and I you can fix this simple give it about a thousand dollars a month then what they're gonna get a thousand dollars a month and what it's voting time members gonna get freedom box or whatever he calls is up but tomorrow I'd like one of those and you guys can give it to whatever campaign you feel the need to give it to about that three to three five three eight twenty four twenty three H. events shows both your Instagram and your Twitter toggle talk radio how so I got his doctorate Dr Brian Rosen well got his doctorate studying talk radio any influence has had on the Republican Party in the United States he joins a straight edge events Chad Benson show if you've been listening to my show you know I try to take my super beats everyday but sometimes they get caught up in my busy schedule.

"brian rosen" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"brian rosen" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Political ads no you none he's over it done go the exact opposite way of what Facebook has done I applaud him because I think he wants to get it right and I think he knows that if he allows political ads and he wants to fact check he's gonna miss more to the right than they would to the left so I just think he they examine wash my hands see me valley fire is trending lots of fires trending all over the place on Google we got a Twitter lot of stuff lot of stuff kids trending photo shop is trending why because trump tweeted out a picture of him giving a metal to the dog which really was photo shop because it was giving him enough to somebody else and why did that out now oh my god Josh Hamilton former baseball player is arrested for felony child abuse not sexual but physical nature with one of his daughters really threw a bottle letter in an argument and then pulled the chair out from underneath there and details a little sketchy but he's been arrested for that and that guys have a lot of issues big time Hannibal Burress because you know he is he's a comic makes me laugh and the reason of the makes me laugh is because he's the guy that for years was the one there was in bill Cosby's face all the time on stage saying look it up look it up this is what he did look it up look it up look it up but apparently he is don't he's asking people to donate to money to landlords instead of supporting rent control so apparently he's a bad guy enter Yang is also trending he's always trending why because in some polls cleaning the latest one of the latest poll they get from U. S. at it whatever is trending above Kamal airs think about that right like this is heard this is our livelihood this is our job politics is become our job right right she was the Attorney General California she's a senator from California she's not gonna win our own state at all she's falling further behind the now angry a entrepreneur upstart who essentially says all the time and I you can fix this simple give it about a thousand dollars a month then what they're gonna get a thousand dollars a month and what it's voting time members gonna get freedom box or whatever he calls is but tomorrow I'd like one of those and you guys can give it to whatever campaign you feel the need to give it to how about that three to three five three twenty four twenty three adjuvants shows both your Instagram and your Twitter but we'll talk radio how so I got his doctorate Dr Brian Rosen well got his doctorate studying talk radio any influence it's had on the Republican Party in the United States he joins a straight edge advantage Chad Benson show.

"brian rosen" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

12:43 min | 3 years ago

"brian rosen" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Grant money also my number let's see the number seventy order looks like I'll tell you when to stop I think we've got seven eight nine nine ten eleven stand by for them greetings welcome back Rush Limbaugh here behind the gold in the IBM I I go start Barack Obama forty fourth president there is middle name Hussein there's an H. there's eight so all bomb all all sol Heil Hitler if you're wonderworks rush talking about then you need to grab audio sound bite number twelve I got to play this to get folks I your we we need the comic relief we needed here is a former FBI director assistant former assistant director Frank fig Losey Monday night on MSNBC the president said that we will fly our flags at half mast until August eighth that's eight eight well I'm not going to apply that she did this deliberately but I am using it as an example of the ignorance of the adversary that's being demonstrated by the White House the numbers eight eight are very significant in neo **** and white supremacy movement why because the letter H. is the eighth letter of the alphabet and serve them the numbers eight eight together stand for Heil Hitler so we're gonna be raising the flag back up at dusk on eight eight a Brian Williams is sitting there nodding his head like he understands and that and and agrees I mean I I'm you know they've run out of ways for the word racist to have any impact I've run out of descriptive is for them Luna taken in same doesn't do it deranged unhinged don't do it I mean these people are not even attached take anything that's normal they have I think that's probably yeah when you get right down to it I think these people have become so detached from normalcy and some of the No Way Out and it bothers them they want what they believe in who they are to be normal in an older not anyway greetings welcome back eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two I mention the top of the program I have been collecting audio sound bites during the course of the busy broadcast week that I've not used because they just didn't fit but I have asked for them to be included in each day is roster in the event that I think time permits them to be used and so I've got I've got the five here but I want to run by you the first hour was pretty inclusive on the issues of the day we'll get back to it but you need to hear especially these these first two of the let the of the ones following are also quite good Saturday in Atlanta there why is a convention it was the national convention of the democratic socialists of America now this is truly a friends group this is a friend's Democrat group that's actually mainstream this is a group that your body is quite a few young and middle aged disaffected and completely abnormal people who cannot find a way to fit in and I think by the way that accurately describes quite a large segment of the Democrat base if you want to get right down to what thanks a lot of people just can't find a way to fit in and they're fed up with that and they know where and so they're trying to re orient and redefines things so that what they are and what they believe is what is normal it's a lost cause but this is Tucson bites are perfectly illustrative of who these people are there has a segment here the sound bites come off during a a segment in the convention democratic socialists of America on defeating capitalism and this discussion why is one zero what was prominent in this convention here's the first of the two bites we wanted to be capitalism we are going to need a party that will organize working people to fight for the demands that we want and to win socialism thank you so much great each person yes guys for soul James Jackson Sacramento he him I just wanna see can you please keep the chatter to wait wait wait wait stop stop this is gone by so fast and take this back to the top now this guy said to our guys guys another point of personal privilege of first of all James Jackson Sacramento he him is identifying himself as a sister gender male he wants everybody to know that he doesn't intend to be discriminating against any trainees that are in the crowd so he's identifying himself as citizen gender by merry he him as opposed to what they owe us as opposed to get them however they do it okay from the top again if we want to defeat capitalism we are going to need a party that will organize working people to fight for the demands that we want and to win socialism thank you so much yes guys for soul James Jackson Sacramento he him I just wanna say can you please keep the chatter to a minimum I'm one of the people who's very very prone to sensory overload there's a lot of whispering in chatter going on it's making it very difficult for me to focus please can we just I know it's we're all fresh and ready to go but can we please just keep the chatter to a minimum it's affecting my ability to focus thank you thank you comrade okay is there a speaker against name one chapter from point of personal privilege yes please do not use gendered language to address everyone okay you should see the look on the moderator space the moderator space clueless the moderator has lost control the moderator thinks that every loved the moderator think she's a total of trial the moderators having the time of her life she matters her life matters she's at the national socialist convention and here are two people after a wonderful presentation complaining to her one complaining about whispering and chatter and he is he's easy is being century overloaded he can't he can't focus and it's her fault and he identified himself as he him that ticked off somebody else in the crowd the second guy who said Hey point of personal privilege please don't use gendered language would dress everyone all right we know we can tell by looking at your what you want we don't need it so I can't even keep order in their own convention this guy did not want to hear hi James Jackson Sacramento he him I don't want to hear the gendered stop all right I can tell by looking at your what you want and what you're not I think then the second sound bite from the national convention democratic socialists of America a guy stood up to outline the rules of the convention first of all in this room I see that no one's clapping for me it could be because I'm not engaging but it also is because everyone's doing this and that's really important because those loud bursts of noise even though this is a noisy space when we can do something like reducing that that's really important we're not trying to be jerks but there are right wing infiltrators were trying to get in here don't really talk to anybody who doesn't have a credential don't talk to cops don't talk to Maggie we're almost there there's also in Piedmont eight a completely quiet room one thing to note there please don't go into that space with anything that's like an aggressive sense for instance right try to be chill right take a deep breath I feel better before you say anything folks there's nothing I can add here I may be able to clarify a point things out but what when I hear this can I tell my honest reaction is I feel so so I really do I feel so sorry for these people and I wonder what the hell has happened to them and what how how they're just being robbed these people are being robbed of a normal life in the greatest country on earth by all of these really extreme crazy influences and it is not that they're seeking some high end of relevance and and meaning and they are there there are finding it or trying to find it in some of the oddest places I'm sure this guy probably thinks that he was a hero by warning people not to make noise there are a lot AT and warning people that there were right wing infiltrators trying to get in here don't talk to anybody doesn't have a credential don't talk to the cops don't talk to any of these magga Buchholz we're almost there and then in Piedmont eight another ball room simply we quiet room but one thing to note please don't go in there with anything like an aggressive samt which could be anything from sucking on too much perfume look at all of the restrictions these people want to put on each other look at all of the shaming that they want to do and look at what kind of behavior it is that draws plaudits and how about in the first bite yeah I didn't I didn't miss it the moderator saying thank you Conrad are we serious here thank you com read for those of you don't know that's how the old Soviet Union communists addressed each other they were comrades so here at the national socialist convention somebody speaks in and complains about the noise as being distracting preventing some poor guy from focusing thank you Conrad thank you thank you come around and then this other guy stood up so he was sick and tired of the gender in the language to address everybody but this this is who these people are and you talk about how do you how you want to grab her shoulders and check and see what happened you what what what is it that has that has caused you what I can answer my own question where do they work no sensory overload I don't know that they do work maps there there is there there's really a disconnect here in a lot of people think that well if we can just find a way to reach these people and convert them I don't know that we know help folks I don't I wouldn't know if I walked in there and if I were is anonymous I was invisible walked in there and have the objective of trying to get these people to check back into reality what would you do now moving on we have three more I think it's three one and everybody in there nine total is a guy that's written a book on talk radio there have been a lot of people have written books on talk radio none of them got it and I've even talked to a couple of it amazes me out this guy's focus on talk radio happens to be me and this program I did not talk to this guy I don't know who he is before I ran into the sound bites but it is interesting to me nevertheless the all of the books about talk radio how many of them totally miss either the history of the modern era which began with the show in August of nineteen eighty eight and then what has happened since then but this guy kinda gets it his name is added to their Brian Rosen Wally was on CNN Saturday so nobody saw this which is why.

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"brian rosen" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

06:10 min | 3 years ago

"brian rosen" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Don't talk to Maggie we're almost there there's also in Piedmont eight a completely quiet room one thing to note there please don't go into that space with anything that's like an aggressive sense for instance right try to be chill right take a deep breath I feel better before you say anything folks there's nothing I can add here I may be able to clarify a point things out but what when I hear this can I tell my honest reaction is I feel so so I really do I feel so sorry for these people and I wonder what the hell has happened to them and what how how they're just being robbed these people are being robbed of a normal life in the greatest country on earth by all of these really extreme crazy influences and it is not that they're seeking some high end of relevance and and meaning and they are there there are finding it or trying to find it in some of the oddest places I'm sure this guy probably thinks that he was a hero by warning people not to make noise there are a lot AT and warning people that there were right wing infiltrators trying to get in here don't talk to anybody doesn't have a credential don't talk to the cops don't talk to any of these magga Buchholz we're almost there and then in Piedmont eight another ball room simply we quiet room but one thing to note please don't go in there with anything like an aggressive samt which could be anything from sucking on too much perfume look at all of the restrictions these people want to put on each other look at all of the shaming that they want to do and look at what kind of behavior it is that draws plaudits and how about in the first bite yeah I didn't I didn't miss it the moderator saying thank you Conrad are we serious here thank you com read for those of you don't know that's how the old Soviet Union communists addressed each other they were comrades so here at the national socialist convention somebody speaks in and complains about the noise as being distracting preventing some poor guy from focusing thank you comrade thank you thank you come around and then this other guy stood up so he was sick and tired of the gender in the language to address everybody but this this is who these people are and you talk about how do you how you want to grab her shoulders and check and see what happened to you what what what is it that has that has cost you what I can answer my own question where do they work no sensory overload I don't know that they do work maps there there is there there's really a disconnect here in a lot of people think that well if we can just find a way to reach these people and convert them I don't know that we know help folks I don't I wouldn't know if I walked in there and if I were is anonymous I was invisible walked in there and have the objective of trying to get these people to check back into reality what would you do now moving on we have three more I think it's three one and everybody in there nine total is a guy that's written a book on talk radio there have been a lot of people have written books on talk radio none of them got it and I've even talked to a couple of it amazes me add this guy's focus on talk radio happens to be me and this program I did not talk to this guy I don't know who he is before I ran into the sound bites but it is interesting to me nevertheless the all of the books about talk radio how many of them totally miss either the history of the modern era which began with the show in August of nineteen eighty eight and then what has happened since then but this guy kinda gets it his name is Brian Rosen Wally was on CNN Saturday so nobody saw this which is why I want to share of these sound bites with you Michael smirked Commish was talking to him about his new book talk radio's America and we're coming to you you say it wasn't the escalator ride that began the trump candidacy it was actually August first nineteen eighty eight that began the trump candidacy how come that's the day Rush Limbaugh takes exact national and it's a great show and people tune in and they start this habit forming this habit of listening to talk radio and then later cable news and what they hear every day is calls for fighter you know it doesn't make for good radio to say Hey new wants compromise that that stuff's boring but fighting that that's good radio and Donald Trump catcher that ethos so this guy is claiming that this program is what effectively set the stay laid the groundwork for trump to come in now many people think that talk radio is combative all this is.

Maggie Piedmont
"brian rosen" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

12:37 min | 3 years ago

"brian rosen" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"You're wondering what what is rush talking about then you need to grab audio sound bite number twelve I got to play the CFO so you're what we we need the comic relief we need here is a former FBI director assistant former assistant director Frank fig Losey Monday night on MSNBC the president said that we will fly our flags at half mast until August eighth that's eight eight well I'm not going to apply that she did this deliberately but I am using it as an example of the ignorance of the adversary that's being demonstrated by the White House the numbers eight eight are very significant in neo **** and white supremacy movement why because the letter H. as the eighth letter of the alphabet and serve them the numbers eight eight together stand for Heil Hitler so we're gonna be raising the flag back up at dusk on eight eight a Brian Williams is sitting there nodding his head like he understands and and and and agrees I mean I eat I'm you know they've run out of ways for the word racist have any impact I've run out of descriptive use for them Luna taken in same doesn't do it deranged unhinged don't do it I mean these people are not even attached take anything that's normal they have I think that's probably yeah when you get right down to it I think these people have become so detached from normalcy and some of the No Way Out and it bothers them they want what they believe in who they are to be normal in an older not anyway greetings welcome back eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two I mention a top of the program I have been collecting audio sound bites during the course of the busy broadcast week that I've not used because they just didn't fit but I have asked for them to be included in each day is roster in the event that I think time permits them to be used and so I've got I've got the five here but I want to run by you the first hour was pretty inclusive on the issues of the day we'll get back to it but you need to hear especially these these first through the let the the the ones following are also quite good Saturday in Atlanta there why is a convention it was the national convention of the democratic socialists of America now this is truly a friends group this is a friend Democrat group that's actually mainstream this is a group that your body is quite a few young and middle age disaffected and completely abnormal people who cannot find a way to fit in and I think by the way that accurately describes quite a large segment of the Democrat base if you want to get right down to what thanks a lot of people just can't find a way to fit in and they're fed up with that and they know it and so they're trying to re orient and redefine things so that what they are and what they believe is what is normal it's a lost cause but this is Tucson bites are perfectly illustrative of who these people are there has a segment here the sound bites come off during a a segment in the convention democratic socialists of America on defeating capitalism and this discussion why is one zero what was prominent in this convention here's the first of the two bites we wanted to be capitalism we are going to need a party that will organize working people to fight for the demands that we want and two wins socialism thank you so much what a privilege yes guys for soul James Jackson Sacramento he him I just wanna say can you please keep the chatter to wait wait wait wait stop stop this is gone by so fast and take this back to the top now this guy he said our guys guys hang on point of personal privilege of first of all James Jackson Sacramento he him he's identifying himself as a sister gender male he wants everybody to know that he doesn't intend to be discriminating against any trainees that are in the crowd so he's identifying himself as citizen gender binary he him as opposed to what they owe us as opposed to get them or or however they do it okay from the top again if we want to defeat capitalism we are going to need a party that will organize working people to fight for the demands that we want and to win socialism thank you so much what a privilege yeah guys personal James Jackson Sacramento he him I just wanna say can you please keep the chatter to a minimum I'm one of the people who's very very prone to sensory overload there's a lot of whispering in chatter going on it's making it very difficult for me to focus please can we just I know it's we're all fresh and ready to go but can we please just keep the chatter to a minimum it's affecting my ability to focus thank you thank you Conrad okay is there a speaker against name point of personal privilege yes please do not use gendered language to address everyone okay you should see the look on the moderator space the moderator space clueless the moderator has lost control the moderator thinks that every loved the moderator think she's a total of trial the moderators having the time of her life she matters her life matters she's at the national socialist convention and here are two people after a wonderful presentation complaining to her one complaining about whispering and chatter and he is he is easy is being sensory overload he can't he can't focus and it's her fault and he identified himself as he him that ticked off somebody else in the crowd the second guy who said Hey point of personal privilege please don't use gendered language would dress everyone all right we know we can tell by looking at your what you want we don't need it so I can't even keep order in their own convention this guy did not want to hear hi James Jackson Sacramento he him I don't want to stop all right I can tell you what you want and what you're not then the second sound bite from the national convention democratic socialists of America I guys stood up to outline the rules of the convention first of all in this room I see that no one's clapping for me it could be because I'm not engaging but it also is because everyone's doing this and that's really important because those loud bursts of noise even though this is a noisy space when we can do something like reducing that that's really important we're not trying to be jerks but there are right wing infiltrators were trying to get in here don't really talk to anybody who doesn't have a credential Jones talks are cops don't talk to Maggie we're almost there there's also in Piedmont eight a completely quiet room one thing to note there please don't go into that space with anything that's like an aggressive sense for instance right try to be chill right take a deep breath I feel better before you say anything folks there's nothing I can add here I may be able to clarify a point things out but what when I hear this can I tell my honest reaction is I feel so so I really do I feel so sorry for these people and I wonder what the hell has happened to them and how how they're just being robbed these people are being robbed of a normal life in the greatest country on earth by all of these really extreme crazy influences and it is not that they're seeking some high end of relevance and and meaning and they are there there are finding it or trying to find it in some of the oddest places I'm sure this guy probably thinks that he was a hero by warning people not to make noise there are a lot AT and warning people that there were right wing infiltrators trying to get in here don't talk to anybody doesn't have a credential don't talk to the cops don't talk to any of these magga Buchholz we're almost there and then in Piedmont eight another ball room simply Lee quiet room but one thing to note please don't go in there with anything like an aggressive samt which could be anything from somebody expelling gas to putting on too much perfume look at all of the restrictions these people want to put on each other look at all of the shaming that they want to do and look at what kind of behavior it is that draws plaudits all and how about in the first bite yeah I didn't I didn't miss it the moderator saying thank you Conrad are we serious here thank you com read for those of you don't know that's how the old Soviet Union communists addressed each other they were comrades so here at the national socialist convention somebody speaks in and complains about the noise as being distracting preventing some poor guy from focusing thank you got around thank you thank you come around and then this other guy stood up so he was sick and tired of the gender in the language to address everybody but this this is who these people are and you talk about how your how you want to grab her shoulders and check and see what happened to you what what what is it that has that has caused you well I can answer my own question where do they work no sensory overload I don't know that they do work maps there there is there there's really a disconnect here and a lot of people think that well if we can just find a way to reach these people and convert them I don't know that we know how folks I don't I wouldn't know if I walked in there and if I were is anonymous I was invisible walked in there and have the objective of trying to get these people to check back into reality what would you do now moving on we have three more I think it's remind everybody of that is nine total is a guy that's written a book on talk radio there have been a lot of people have written books on talk radio none of them got it and I've even talked to a couple of it amazes me add this guy's focus on talk radio happens to be me and this program I did not talk to this guy I don't know who he is before I ran into the sound bites but it is interesting to me nevertheless the all of the books about talk radio how many of them totally miss either the history of the modern era which began with the show in August of nineteen eighty eight and then what has happened since then but this guy kind of gets it his name is Brian Rosen Wally was on CNN Saturday so nobody saw this which is why I want to share of a sound bites with you Michael smirked Commish was talking to him about his new book talk radio's America and we're gonna say you you say it wasn't the escalator ride that began the trump candidacy it was actually August first nineteen eighty eight began the trump candidacy how come that's their Rush Limbaugh takes Izak national and it's a great show and people tune in and they start this habit forming this habit of listening to talk radio and then later cable news and what they.

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"brian rosen" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

13:03 min | 3 years ago

"brian rosen" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"I'll tell you when to stop I think we've got seven eight nine nine ten eleven stand by for them greetings welcome back Rush Limbaugh here behind the gold in the IBM I I go start Barack Obama forty fourth president there is middle name Hussein there's an H. there's eight so all bomb all all sol Heil Hitler if you're wondering what what is rush talking about then you need to grab audio sound bite number twelve I got to play the CFO so you we we need the comic relief we needed here is a former FBI director assistant former assistant director Frank fig Losey Monday night on P. MSNBC president said that we will fly our flags at half mast until August eighth that's eight eight well I'm not going to apply that he did this deliberately but I am using it as an example of the ignorance of the adversary that's being demonstrated by the White House the numbers eight eight are very significant in neo **** and white supremacy movement why because the letter H. is the eighth letter of the alphabet and serve them the numbers eight eight together stand for Heil Hitler so we're gonna be raising the flag back up and dust on eight eight a Brian Williams is sitting there nodding his head like he understands and that and and agrees I mean I I'm you know they've run out of ways for the word racist to have any impact I've run out of descriptive use for them Luna taken in same doesn't do it deranged unhinged don't do it I mean these people are not even attached take anything that's normal they have I think that's probably it when you get right down to it I think these people have become so detached from normalcy and some of the No Way and it bothers them they want what they believe in who they are to be normal in an older not anyway greetings welcome back eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two I mention a top of the program I have been collecting audio sound bites during the course of the busy broadcast week that I've not used because they just didn't fit but I have asked for them to be included in each day is roster in the event that I think time permits them to be used and so I've got I've got the five here but I want to run by you the first hour was pretty inclusive on the issues of the day we'll get back to it but you need to hear especially these these first two of the let the of the ones following are also quite good Saturday in Atlanta there why is a convention it was the national convention of the democratic socialists of America now this is truly a fringe group this is a friend's Democrat group that's actually mainstream this is a group that your body is quite a few young and middle age disaffected and completely abnormal people who cannot find a way to fit in and I think by the way that accurately describes quite a large segment of the Democrat base if you want to get right down to what thanks a lot of people just can't find a way to fit in and they're fed up with that and they know it and so they're trying to re orient and redefines things so that what they are and what they believe is what is normal it's a lost cause but this is Tucson bites are perfectly illustrative of who these people aren't there has a segment here the sound bites come off during a a segment in the convention democratic socialists of America on defeating capitalism and this discussion why is one zero what was prominent in this convention here's the first of the two bites we wanted to be capitalism we are going to need a party that will organize working people to fight for the demands that we want and to win socialism thank you so much great rock point of privilege yeah guys personal James Jackson Sacramento he him I just wanna say can you please keep the chatter to a white white white white stop stop this is gone by so fast and take this back to the top now this guy said to our guys guys hang on point of personal privilege of first of all James Jackson Sacramento he him he's identifying himself as a sister gender male he wants everybody to know that he doesn't intend to be discriminating against any trainees that are in the crowd so he's identifying himself as cisgender bye merry he him as opposed to they owe us as opposed to get them or however they do it okay from the top again if we want to defeat capitalism we are going to need a party that will organize working people to fight for the demands that we want and to win socialism thank you so much right yeah guys personal James Jackson Sacramento he him I just wanna say can you please keep the chatter to a minimum I'm one of the people who's very very prone to sensory overload there's a lot of whispering in chatter going on it's making it very difficult for me to focus please can we just I know it's we're all fresh and ready to go but can we please just keep the chatter to a minimum it's affecting my ability to focus thank you thank you comrade okay is there a speaker against name point of personal privilege yes please do not use gendered language to address everyone okay you should see the look on the moderator space the moderator space clueless the moderator has lost control the moderator thinks that every loved the moderator think she's in total control the moderators having the time of her life she matters her life matters she's at the national socialist convention and here are two people after a wonderful presentation complaining to her one complaining about whispering and chatter and he is he's he's he's being sensory overload he can't he can't focus and it's her fault and he identified himself as he him that ticked off somebody else in the crowd the second guy who said Hey point of personal privilege please don't use gendered language would dress everyone all right we know we can tell by looking at your what you are we don't need it so I can't even keep order in their own convention this guy did not want to hear hi James Jackson Sacramento he him I don't want to hear the gendered stop all right I can tell by looking at your what you want and what you're not then the second sound bite from the national convention democratic socialists of America a guy stood up to outline the rules of the convention first of all in this room I see that no one's clapping for me it could be because I'm not engaging but it also is because everyone's doing this and that's really important because those loud bursts of noise even though this is a noisy space when we can do something like reducing that that's really important we're not trying to be jerks but there are right wing infiltrators were trying to get in here don't really talk to anybody who doesn't have a credential don't talk to cops don't talk to Maggie we're almost there there's also in Piedmont eight a completely quiet room one thing to note there please don't go into that space with anything that's like an aggressive sense for instance right try to be chill right take a deep breath and feel better before you say anything folks there's nothing I can add here I may be able to clarify a point things out but what what I hear this can I tell my honest reaction is I feel so so I really do I feel so sorry for these people and I wonder what the hell has happened to them and how how they're just being robbed these people are being robbed of a normal life in the greatest country on earth by all of these really extreme crazy influences and it is not that they're seeking some high end of relevance and and meaning and they are they're they're finding it or trying to find it in some of the oddest places I'm sure this guy probably thinks that he was a hero by warning people not to make noise there are a lot AT and warning people that there were right wing infiltrators trying to get in here don't talk to anybody doesn't have a credential don't talk to the cops don't talk to any of these magga Buchholz we're almost there and then in Piedmont eight another ball room simply quiet room but one thing to note please don't go in there with anything like an aggressive samt which could be anything from somebody expelling gas to putting on too much perfume but look at all of the restrictions these people want to put on each other look at all of the shaming that they want to do and look at what kind of behavior it is that draws plaudits all and how about in the first bite yeah I didn't I didn't miss it the moderator saying thank you Conrad are we serious here thank you com read for those of you don't know that's how the old Soviet Union communists addressed each other they were comrades so here at the national socialist convention somebody speaks in and complains about the noise as being distracting preventing some poor guy from focusing thank you come around thank you thank you comment and then this other guy stood up so he was sick and tired of the gender in the language to address everybody but this this is who these people are and you talk about how do you how you want to grab her shoulders and check and see what happened to you what what what is it that has that has caused you what I can answer my own question where do they work no sensory overload I don't know that they do work mean that's there there's there's there's really a disconnect here in a lot of people think that well if we can just find a way to reach these people and convert them I don't know that we know help folks I don't I wouldn't know if I walked in there and if I were is anonymous I was invisible walked in there and have the objective of trying to get these people to check back into reality what would you do now moving on we have three more I think it's three one in every way of them have nine total is a guy that's written a book on talk radio there have been a lot of people have written books on talk radio none of them got it and I've even talked to a couple of it amazes me add this guy's focus on talk radio happens to be me and this program I did not talk to this guy I don't know who he is before I ran into the sound bites but it is interesting to me nevertheless the all of the books about talk radio how many of them totally miss either the history of the modern era which began with the show in August of nineteen eighty eight and then what has happened since then but this guy kinda gets it his name is Brian Rosen Wally was on CNN Saturday so nobody saw this which is why I want to share of these sound bites with you Michael smirked Commish was talking to him about his new book talk radio's America and we're coming to you you say it wasn't the escalator ride that began the trump candidacy it was actually August first nineteen eighty eight began the trump candidacy how come that's their Rush Limbaugh takes his act national and it's a great show and people tune in and they start this habit forming this habit of listening to talk radio and then later cable news and what they.

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"brian rosen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:51 min | 3 years ago

"brian rosen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Ago, this July in Rome, New York, there was a party, and it was epic July twenty second nineteen ninety nine was the first day of Woodstock ninety nine a call back to the original music festival that fellow likes of Janice. Joplin Jimi Hendrix Jefferson airplane more than four hundred thousand people showed up to its thirtieth anniversary celebration, Woodstock ninety nine that lineup included bands. Like Korn Moby Bruce Hornsby at a young indie rock band called Gusta that by a group of friends at Tufts University in the early nineties gusts band members Ryan Miller, Adam Gardner, Luke Reynolds, and Brian Rosen worst. Join all that guest host Charlie Herman studio a couple of weeks ago to talk about their new album look alive, we played a couple of tunes. Here's the thing. Gusta open for Bruce Hornsby at Woodstock ninety nine. And we are recreating that vibe today on all of it. I up Gusta playing crying laughing loving lying. And then after the break Bruce Hornsby will be in studio live at the piano to play some tunes off of his new album. So enjoy. Cry. Nobody good. Does. Oh. Nobody. All of it listeners. I haven't invitation please come join me and the all of it team on Friday April twelfth for a live show in WNYC's performance venue. The Greenspace I'll be talking with the fabulous Heidi Shreck from the Broadway. Production of what the constitution means to me, Andrew bird, Madison Cunningham will perform and we'll have a tap dance. On the radio. I will be here with our of real on the piano. It's going to be an awesome live show. It's part of the Greenspace tenth anniversary twenty four hour marathon, and it is completely free complimentary. F R E E headed WNYC dot org slash marathon to make your reservation today. Come anytime. Stay as long as you like it's all of it in the green space. This Friday, you won't want to miss it. WNYC is supported by Roger McNamee, author of waking up to the Facebook catastrophe story of tech venture capitalist and early mentor to Mark Zuckerberg who wakes up to Facebook's influence on an implication. For society available everywhere books are sold. The New Jersey Symphony Orchestra.

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"brian rosen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"brian rosen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Joplin Jimi Hendrix Jefferson airplane more than four hundred thousand people showed up to its thirtieth anniversary celebration, Woodstock ninety nine that lineup included bands. Like Korn Moby, Bruce Hornsby and a young indie rock band called gusty that by a group of friends at Tufts University in the early nineties Gus ban members, Ryan Miller, Adam Gardner, Luke Reynolds, and Brian Rosen worst. Join all that guest host Charlie Herman studio a couple of weeks ago to talk about their new album look alive, we played a couple of tunes. Here's the thing. Gus ter- open for Bruce Hornsby at Woodstock ninety nine. And we are recreating that vibe today on all of it. I up Gusta playing crying laughing loving lying. And then after the break Bruce Hornsby will be in studio live at the piano to play some tunes off of his new album. So enjoy. Good. Nobody. All of it listeners. I haven't invitation please come join me and the all of team on Friday April twelfth for a live show in WNYC's performance venue..

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"brian rosen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:44 min | 3 years ago

"brian rosen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The band's members are Ryan Miller, Adam Gardner, Luke Reynolds. And Brian Rosen worst rose in worst, and they are joined in the studio by hailing Madden on saxophone. Welcome to all of it. Hello. I just I just have to say just right out of the gates. You miss. No. You know, I had a moment. It's coming out. And you're saying, no. I also like I could just kind of let it roll. And that'd be fine too. But I also so why don't you say the name of the band duster gusto? There's no well. It's actually a great transition. It's sort of a bit of a dumpster fire way to start this. Interview with you. And I know that you guys actually sometimes that's one of your preferred locations to play. What is the story about playing in dumpsters? We really like to say if there were a metaphor for our band. It would be dumpster fire. I know it's okay. We also have the mayor of of of Boston once like an a huge hometown show famously introduced us as Gustav too. So you're really good company. I'll blame it on my upbringing. So Ryan, Adam, Brian you all I met at orientation to students at tufts is that. Correct. That's true in nineteen ninety one and nineteen ninety nine hundred ninety one ninety one. So what is the journey been like to go from releasing your first album in one thousand nine hundred five it was to where we are today. Feels like no time has passed. What do you mean? It's like twenty six years. How do I do this? We have certain amount of time. It's funny. There's been a bit of a theme in the show today sort of looking at the past and how it affects the present. We're looking at Northern Ireland. We're looking at a play by Stephen Sondheim merrily, we roll along which goes backwards in time. I'm wondering you guys are making music now for a long time, how have things evolved for you in terms of the your working relationship. I think our first album really doesn't sound anything at all like our most recent album, and that's really maybe testament to our growth as songwriters musicians. And so yeah. Like nineteen ninety one when we met we really didn't even really know how to play our instruments or write a song. And I feel like we're pretty proud of where we are. Now. I think what you said about in terms of like doing this backwards looking thing. I think you kinda you kinda hit on the head with the word evolve. I mean, I think part of the thing is you don't really stay band for twenty six years. If you don't change their, you know, you you're able to there are some bands that are able to have a peak moment sort of pop culture and trade on trade in on that moment for the rest of their careers. But we never really did that song satellite. You mentioned before. Like went gold eight years after it was released. So our whole trajectory and a thing I think I'm most proud of our band, especially on this last record is that we've constantly kind of move the goal lines further down and try and change what we do. And how we do it become better at what we do. That is Ryan Miller from Custer. So do you ever stop? And look back and say, wow, how did all this happen? We are still making music together. Adam. Yes. Yes. There's those moments where like oh my God. So we played the beacon last weekend here in New York. And I had we're at the point of the Torah where we don't have to think too much about how we're playing the new songs we kind of have them kind of into our bodies now. So I was able to just be president and felt so interesting and crazy and emotional to actually look over my babies, I've been in this band longer than I haven't more than half my life, and we're old. That's one thing when you're like twenty five you know, what I mean? Yeah, old old. Look alive is your first album in four years. How long have you been working on it probably off and on for three years? I mean, we're we we all live in different states. And and because we're on this sort of protracted career pathway don't feel like we have to put out a record every year we start writing. And then we refine, and we give our tell some space and we come back. So I mean, I think we worked on the record off and on you know, kinda for three two or three years just writing songs and recording didn't take that long was a few months, but yeah, we're constantly writing touring taking a break working on other stuff. This is just the priority one for our band. So this kind of dominates the all of our creative lives in the other stuff slots in between. I think I read that the album was recorded in a vintage keyboard museum. I what is that in? How did that come about? Well, it was in Calgary are our British producer losses visas with two weeks to record. So we couldn't come to America. So Luke called a friend and said, there's this really cool studio in Calgary. They have. All these vintage keyboards. It's no one knows about it yet. So we kinda showed up there, and we had this idea with producer to kind of do more synthetic kind of a more synthetic production. And and we ended up in this space that really facilitated that kind of really fed it helped us really early on kind of help find the sound of the record. Brian Russell Worzel when you look at this album. How does it comparative earlier ones what stands out to you? We started. We were just acoustic guitars in hand, drums, and vocal harmonies. And for you know, ten years that was the rule of Gusta was like that's our instrumentation and then somewhere around the change of the millennium. We'd burned it all down and said, I wanna learn base. I wanna learn a drum kit. I'm going to start playing keyboards. So there have been various phases where we've reinvented ourselves. But right now, we're just kind of breaking through other walls and like figuring out how to scare our selves and sound completely new. Well, let's hear one of the new songs. What will we hear? I we're gonna play overexcited by Gusta. Okay. Three four..

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"brian rosen" Discussed on Slate's Whistlestop

Slate's Whistlestop

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"brian rosen" Discussed on Slate's Whistlestop

"It. Give it relevance. The president is relevant here. As guild Troy writes in his book, the age of Clinton, each repetition of the word relevant, reinforcing, his marginality as we record this history of government shutdowns, the longest government shutdown in history is taking place is January of two thousand nineteen though there have been shutdowns or near shutdown since the Clinton and Gingrich error the shutdowns of the mid nineteen nineties represented a high point in the history of clash. That have caused the lights to go out and the wheels of government to stop spinning. What is immediately apparent when you spend time in nineteen ninety-five, though, is that the nature of the debate was so much larger back then than it is today this spat in two thousand nineteen is about who is going to pay for a wall on the southern border. Donald Trump promised during the campaign that he would build such a wall and make Mexico pay for it. Here's a quote from a campaign document. It's an easy decision for Mexico. Make a one time payment of five to ten billion to ensure that the twenty four billion dollars continues to flow into their country year after year two years later after the president made that promise the wall has not been built the president has abandoned his position that Mexico will pay for it directly. Instead, he would like congress to pay for it. Democrats who control the house after an election in which Republicans lost thirty nine seats have refused, and this has led to the longest government shutdown. In American history. Small business loans of stop paychecks to the eight hundred thousand workers or not being sent an airport. Security lines snake out the door. This is a heated political moment in two thousand nineteen but compared to nineteen ninety five the scope of the debate is quite small Gingrich and Clinton for all of their personal shortcomings. We're taking on the enormous issues of the day and applying the full wattage of their brains and the best minds of their camps to address those questions shutdowns of nineteen ninety-five, we're fought on honest turf the direction of government and the methods best suited to its purposes that isn't to say that the methods used in that fight were always honest. But the competition was on the grand sweep and scope of American government. That's why Newsweek posed such a grand question. The current shutdown is based around an argument about a much more narrow idea that there's emergency at the border, and that the president's wall is the only way to address it. Here's how. Whistle-stop in house historian, Brian Rosen walled compares the two. Yes. Immigration in the wall or about the cultural conception of Americanism. But it's still one relatively narrow issue. Whereas the nineteen ninety-five fight was over entitlements welfare. And basically conservatives I truly legitimate shot to try to undo or at least reduce the great society programs, and here is Newt Gingrich in nineteen ninety-five setting the stakes for the budget debate. That would be the central core issue in the shutdowns of nineteen ninety-five. The speaker said the balanced budget discussion, this spring is very serious business is about more than just economics. It speaks to where we've been as a society where we are. And where we need to go as we approached the twenty-first century developing a balanced budget is the first essential step. We need to restore an American civil society. So jozy restoring American civil society the stakes pre. Much can't get any bigger than that. In the fall of nineteen ninety-five Bill Clinton was climbing back up to onto his feet after he had been mired in the bug of despair. He had not had a sterling beginning to his presidency. Four months into his term his approval rating was at thirty six percent in February of nineteen Ninety-three. It had been as high as sixty four percent, but the summer of nineteen Ninety-three time magazine was depicting Bill Clinton in lilliputian terms on the magazine's cover a tiny Clinton looked up at the unflattering headline the incredible shrinking president in a font large enough to be used on the outside of one of dunk from buildings writing in the magazine. Michael Duffy declared a presidency that has been beset since its inception by miscalculations and self inflicted wounds. Clinton had been elected in nineteen Ninety-two and come into office to pull the federal government back from the Reagan revolution towards something. More in line with the new deal idea of the safe. Net but not to go too far. He had promised to do it. As a modern democrat who governed from the left, but Clinton stumbled early trying to overturn the military's ban on gay servicemen and women, but ultimately hitting on the don't ask don't tell policy which pleased. Neither the military nor his ardent supporters two of his appointments for attorney general had to withdraw and a controversy over the firing of the members of his travel office gave his administration somewhat hapless aura Clinton's early budget balancing, head shifted priorities at as he had promised in the campaign, but his tax increase on top earners had allowed opponents to paint him as a tax and spend liberal though he'd raised taxes to take on a GOP priority. The growing budget deficit the economic revival and budget balancing that define the strong economic record of Clinton's two-term presidency would not come and be in evidence until later. So it wasn't on the books here in nineteen this period in one thousand nine. Eighty-five? The president's party base might have liked the higher taxes that he levied on the fat cats, but they were sore with him for pushing for the North American Free trade agreement which passed over the opposition of house majority democratic house majority leader Dick Gephardt Clinton's health care reform plan was defeated in nineteen ninety four you know about that. Although it wasn't defeated so much as it was never brought up for a vote because it was so toxically on popular one aside, I want to make about the North American Free trade agreement Clinton had done the bipartisan thing he'd worked with both sides. He's he'd not done the liberal thing. It had an and yet it won him, no, political juice. It will be the subject for another future whistle-stop, whether when a president accident is by partisan manner. Whether it's from the center left or center, right? But essentially does what displeases some people in his party displeases some people in the other party, but puts together a coalition that. Vote in the middle. Whether that ever does a president, and he good because in Clinton's case it didn't. And this raises the issue of whether the idea that presidents are supposed to do hard cross cutting things really benefits them electorally. Now, you can argue well cares with benefits they're supposed to do the right thing. But this is what voters say they want. They want presidents to act non ideologically. Well, that's what Clinton did on NAFTA. And it may not particularly have helped him, but we'll address that in its own episode later. Back to our narrative here is how Kevin crews and Julian zealous or put it in their book fault lines in the end Clinton emerged from these fights over gays in the military, the progressive tax increase and health care reform as little more than a caricature of outdated liberalism during his run for the presidency. He'd managed to escape the fate of Michael Dukakis. But now that he was President Clinton had essentially been painted into the same corner. Though, we started this episode with Newt Gingrich sounding quite reasonable. That was not how he came to power. Gingrich had rallied conservatives in opposition to moderates in his own party. And of course, Democrats who he referred to occasionally as evil during the George Herbert Walker Bush presidency Gingrich's relentless pursuit of the democratic house speaker was rewarded when that speaker Jim Wright was investigated and found to have improperly profited from the sales of his book and was was run out of office in nineteen Ninety-four Gingrich, dubbed Democrats enemies of normal people in his rise to power, and what he meant by normal was clear, and now I'm going back to to Kevin cruise ends Eleazar who write in fault lines with Clinton any conservative. Saw him is the embodiment of everything they hated about the revolutions of the nineteen sixties. He was married to a working woman. He admitted experimenting with drugs, and he. Seemed to them morally suspect. I would add to this that if Clinton hadn't dodged the draft outright. He'd certainly sashayed around it. Gingrich's language was informed by pollster Frank Luntz who had done focus groups to test this language, and it was meant the language used by Gingrich and his Republicans running for office in nineteen Ninety-four tuned and stir unemotional response, according to a lawns memo language, a key mechanism of control Democrats were to be labeled as sick and destructive Gingrich in Republicans offered a conservative opportunity society verses and the Democrats who were peddling what they called the liberal welfare state. Let's stop and pause on his language point for just a moment. Wise it important to this budget fight. Well, the hard language that equated Democrats with big government, which was then equated with rot and anti-americanism was key to Newt Gingrich's success in rising up and defeating Democrats in nineteen ninety four but that language, which was so memory. We'll also meant that Gingrich and Republicans and the talk radio hosts who had hoisted them to victory would also be the first fingered when the public turned against that kind of sour rhetoric Gingrich's. Attention to words, all seemed very fussy like one of his harebrained schemes, he always had some kind of idea about this that or the other thing, but and some of the ideas were in fact out there all of that caused people particularly members of the GOP establishment to kind of underestimate Gingrich. But the Georgia congressman was patient and ruthless and his style and word play were perfect for the growing era

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