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"burks ward" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"burks ward" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"So these are the top stories on NewsRadio WBZ 'em. President Trump advocates greater bipartisanship in his state of the union address. Saying working together will produce American greatness more coming up from CBS news. A Bill in Springfield aims to raise the legal age of smoking, congressman, hey Seuss. She regar- SIA is asking the attorney general and election officials to monitor polling places in the fourteenth ward. And after a racist photo surfaces, the governor of Virginia. Ralph Northam continues to defy calls to resign. WBZ sports. Blackhawks win their fifth straight sixty two and Edmonton, college basketball, Illinois. Oy. Upsets number nine, Michigan state, seventy nine to seventy four Loyola beats Drake. Eighty six to sixty four. CBS news update is next to thirty one CBS news update. President Trump struck with his hardline integration approach while also calling for bipartisanship during his second state of the union address. Correspondent major Garrett gave a speech about something much larger than him much larger the office of the presidency itself. Deep poetry there. At the end about what America hasn't shaved what it is yet to achieve and the speech began with an enormous outreach to Democrats about common ground and common purpose this as House Democrats ready for a round of investigations into his administration. So what did Americans think of the speech CBS news manager of surveys? Fred Backus with a new CBS news poll when you look at it by party ninety seven percent of Republicans approved of the speech, but only thirty percent of Democrats approved with the speech looking at some of the other questions. Thirty three percent of speech watchers said that they thought that this. Speech meant that Trump and Pelosi will work together more. But sixty three percent said things won't change CBS news update. I'm math piper. WBZ news time to thirty two congressmen. Hey, sues chewy Garcia is asking the Illinois attorney general election officials to monitor polling places in the fourteenth. Ward that's alderman, Ed Burks ward in the upcoming city election, congressman, hey, Zeus Garcia is also a state democratic committeeman. And he says there's photo and video evidence that alderman, Ed Burke and his campaign where electioneering inside polling places during last. November's elections were asking them to consider taking appropriate measures to ensure the integrity of.

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"burks ward" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"burks ward" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Inside. Thanks for being with us. I'm Cisco Kodo thirty seven degrees in Chicago land. We're heading up to a high of forty six and the sunshine is going to stick around all day long. We'll tell you about the weekend and your complete AccuWeather forecast. Coming up and another chance for you to win one thousand dollars comes your way at eleven twenty four keyword for cash. Our top local story on NewsRadio WBZ. Mayor Emanuel issued a statement this morning saying alderman Edward Burke, has decided to resign as chairman of the city council's finance committee. The move comes following word yesterday that Burke is facing federal corruption charges. The mayor says Burke agreed to step down because of his affection for the city deep respect for the institution of the city council and the needs of his constituents the federal charges. Have attempted extortion against Burke center on the efforts by a businessman to get permits to remodel one of his fast food restaurants. You may be familiar with that particular establishment. Prosecutors allege alderman Berk tried to shake down the owner of a Burger King at fortieth Polaski when the owner was trying to get remodeling permits and twenty seventeen just outside that Burger King is worth seventeen year old Liqun McDonald was shot and killed by Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke in two thousand fourteen the stores district manager claimed Chicago police deleted security video for an eighty six minute stretch that happened to include the time McDonnell was shot. Police and prosecutors claimed there had been no tampering with the video burnings foyer NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM candidates hoping to unseat Burke in the south west sides, fourteenth ward. And also their campaign workers were on the streets yesterday immediately after the charges against him were announced twenty-eight-year-old Tanya Patino was going door to door in the fifty first street. Business district surrounding Burks ward office telling people she stands for change offer him.

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"burks ward" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"burks ward" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Nine Felicia, middlebrooks, good morning. I'm Pat Cassidy, and these are the top stories on NewsRadio WBZ labor. Saw a big hiring surge last month. Details coming up from CBS news alderman. Ed Burke is out as the city council's finance chairman after being accused of extortion in a criminal complaint. Marriott says recent data breach is not as bad as originally thought. And a lawsuit is filed over the skyrocketing. Price of insulin. WB m sport Josh list morning. Eddie Jackson puts his injured ankle to the test at bears practice, Tom fair. Shares thoughts on the playoff game and overtime goal. Drops. The Blackhawks on the road, Trey Justine holiday host India denied more forty five WBZ 'em business. The Dow is up six hundred thirty six points sunshine today in Chicago and a high of forty five right now thirty four the hair international going up to forty five. CBS news update US employers were hiring away last month. The Labor Department has issued its new jobs report. CBS news business analyst Jill Schlesinger. This is a much bigger than expected. Number December payrolls, they increased by three hundred twelve thousand and we were really looking at job growth, maybe in the one eighty to two hundred thousand range jobless rate was up from me. It's forty nine year low of three point seven percent to three point nine when more people are actually looking for work. But not yet finding a job. It pushes up the unemployment rate. This is the unemployment rate rising for the right reason. Not the wrong reason. Economists gusts foce in particular, we are seeing stronger wage Grosso average, hourly earnings were up about three point two percent from one year earlier, President Trump is hailing the news he tweets. Great jobs numbers just announced an hour into the trading day. The Dow is up six hundred twenty five points shy of three percent CBS news update. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. WBZ news time nine thirty two. Chicago's longest serving alderman, Ed Burke is free after posting bond in a federal corruption case he's also stepped down from his post as chairman of the city. The council finance committee, the charge attempted extortion. The maximum penalty twenty years in prison, the thirty-seven page criminal complaint is basically this that in twenty seventeen Burke held up a permit for a fast food restaurants remodeling job because the owners were not using Burks law firm for property tax work, alderman, Burke was dressed in a pinstripe suit and a pink tie with a large pocket square. He was given forty eight hours to give up twenty three guns that prosecutors say Burke had in his possession. Steve Miller, News Radio on one zero five point nine FM candidates looking to unseat Ed Burke of the fourteenth ward or wasting no time courting voters has Burke stood before a federal magistrate. Judge in matter. Hase's chewy Garcia cast his first votes in the US house. Tanya Pacino went door to door in the business district surrounding Burks ward office to tell them she stands for chain cafe fair for.

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"burks ward" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"burks ward" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"I'm Pat Cassidy beautiful day ahead. Weatherwise AccuWeather says mostly sunny and mild how about that are high forty five degrees thirty two now it oh here with a wind chill of twenty four top local story on NewsRadio a federal charges of attempted extortion against longtime Chicago alderman Edberg cetera efforts by a businessman to get permits to remodel one of its fast food restaurants, and chances are you're familiar with that particular location WBZ gums, Bernie to four you. Explain prosecutors allege alderman Berk tried to shake down the owner of a Burger King at fortieth in. Alaska when the owner was trying to get remodeling permission twenty seventeen just outside that Burger King is worth seventeen year old Lequan McDonald was shot and killed by Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke in twenty fourteen stores district manager claims Kaga police deleted security video for an eighty six minute stretch that happened to include the time McDonnell was shot beliefs and prosecutors claimed there had been no tampering with the video Bernie foyer NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM Chicago mayoral candidate in state controller Susanna Mendoza says former ally alderman Edberg should give up his finance committee, chairman shed and even his city council seat as he faces federal corruption charges. Susanna Mendoza acknowledges alderman, Ed Burke, supported her at the start of her political career, and yes, she had a private wedding Burks home before a bigger church ceremony. Yeah. Well, I I was married civilly and Burke who is someone who I will forever admire and respect. She's an amazing woman in our own right? Right. But now a while we had a relationship in the past. He is not supporting my candidacy for mayor. In fact, he endorsed scary Chico for mayor. And I think that should tell you a lot about what our relationship is. Like today railroad candidates whose Adam and doses. The guest on our issue program this weekend, and you can hear more for thought Sunday at nine thirty AM and nine thirty pm Craig Delamore NewsRadio. One one zero five point nine FM hoping to unseat Burke, Chicago south west side, fourteenth ward and their campaign workers around on the street yesterday immediately after the charges were announced twenty year old tenure Pacino was going door to door in the fifty first street business district surrounding Burks ward office to tell them she stands for chain. Coffer him.

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"burks ward" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"burks ward" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"I think we all are I have been all along good morning, Chicago Felicia. I'm Pat Cassidy by the dawn's early light. Yeah. They're going to have some great weather for the game to a high of forty two degrees. But we'll focus on today. Right. Mostly sunny and mild, you're like this the high forty five degrees thirty one now at O'Hare the wind chill twenty two. Our top local story on News Radio. Edberg the longest serving in Chicago history is free on bond this morning after being accused of federal corruption charges WBZ Steve Miller was in card yesterday for Berks appearance Burke, sat on the front row with his lawyers and stood to tell the judge. Yes. Your honor when she asked if he understood the attempted extortion charges against him Burke is accused of holding up permits for a fast food restaurants remodeling plans because. Restaurant owner didn't agree to use Burks law firm the complaint against Burke quotes, burqas telling the restaurant company executive. We were going to talk about the real estate tax representation, and you're going to have somebody get in touch with me. So we can expedite your permits. I'm sorry. Mr Burke, what was that? Last part said the executive, according to the feds, Steve Miller, NewsRadio on one or five point nine. FM records indicate the restaurant at the center of the investigation is a Burger King and Berks ward. On the southwest side. That's operated by Texas based company with hundreds of fast food restaurants in the Chicago area. The Burger King near forty Polaski is the same one. Lukewarm McDonald walked by moments before he was shot and killed officer Jason Van Dyke in two thousand fourteen trying to unseat alderman, Ed Burke of the fourteenth word on their campaign workers took to the streets immediately after the charges renounced chance Burke stood before a federal magistrate judge and mentor Hase's chewy Garcia cast his first. Votes in the US house Tanya Pacino went door to door in the business district surrounding Burks ward office to tell them she stands for chain Taffer for.

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"burks ward" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"burks ward" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Good evening. I'm Bob Conway fair. Now, thirty four degrees. Accuweather says we can expect them an overnight low and Lee upper twenties and then sunny mild tomorrow, forty seven for the high tomorrow normal is thirty one ahead the five day AccuWeather forecast. And our top local story on NewsRadio WBZ B M, Chicago alderman, Ed Burke, was in a federal courtroom this afternoon facing charges of attempted extortion. Db m Steve Miller cover the story at the Dirksen, federal building alderman, Ed Burke is accused of using his position as alderman to solicit city business for his private law firm the complaint against the seventy five year old alderman is he held up permit. For a remodeling job that the owner of a fast food restaurant had plan that what he wanted in return for the permits with business for his own law firm Burke has been an alderman for almost fifty years. His wife is Illinois supreme court, Justice and Burke, a side note to all this the US attorney's office did release information about the court appearance. And and the Burke spoke with reporters briefly outside his home in the fourteenth ward and said as he has previously on such occasions that he has done nothing wrong and looks forward to being vindicated in court, and what are the people in Berks ward, saying W B M's Bob Roberts reports from outside Burks ward office, most people passing Burks ward office seem surprised few were willing to elaborate, Alexa, crews says she's plea is absolutely.

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"burks ward" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"burks ward" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"First thing that we would like to see is a new office. One that's more inclusive to everybody in the ward one that doesn't you don't. You're not greeted with a giant leather binder to see you voted before challengers in their campaign workers moved up and down the block in which Burks ward office stands they found people willing to talk but few willing to take window signs. Bob Roberts, NewsRadio on what five point nine FM. A landmark supreme court decision. Last summer has led to a lawsuit against the SEI you and the Palatine school district in June. The supreme court ruled that state and local government employees could not be forced to pay union dues as a condition of employment last summer. The supreme court ruled that those fair share agency fees constitutional, and that employees of government government employees aren't can't be compelled to pay money to union that they don't if they don't want. Eric Mandel is a diesel mechanic and the transportation department of community consolidated school district. Fifteen his attorney. Jeffrey swab at the liberty Justice center says they're suing to recover the dues Mandel had already paid SEI us as Mandela's obligated to pay dues through the duration of the contract. But Schwab says any agreement to join the union was signed before the supreme court decision and shouldn't be enforced. These fielding NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. You can sign up for regular news updates and breaking news alerts at WBZ, NewsRadio dot com. Just click on the sign up link in the upper left corner of any page..

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"burks ward" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"burks ward" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Afternoon. News update for Keith Johnson. I'm Jim good assign. Chris cradle with that thirty seven degrees right now. And overnight clear skies a high tomorrow in the mid forties. The five day forecast is coming up and your chance to win a thousand dollars in WBZ M's keyword for cash. Coming up at five twenty four our top local story. Newsradio WBZ 'em longtime. Chicago alderman, Ed Burke, appeared in federal court today where he faced a federal charge of corruption. We have team coverage of the story you just heard moments ago on CBS news. Let's begin with WBZ 'em. Steve Miller in the loop. From the time alderman, Ed Burke, walked into the Dirksen federal building to the time. He walked out free on bond. It was only an hour or so he told the judge. Yes. Your honor? When she. I asked him if he understood the charges against him attempted extortion for allegedly holding up permits for a fast food restaurants remodeling job, unless the owner gave his business to Burks law firm, if convicted Burke faces a maximum of twenty years in prison, the judge is requiring Burke a former cop to give up twenty three firearms. Prosecutors say agents found in his offices at the Dirksen, federal building Steve Miller NewsRadio on one zero five point nine. FM? Burke family has been a political dynasty on the southwest side. For decades WB beams Bob Roberts continues our coverage live on the news line from Berks board office engaged park while most people Passi Burks ward office here and fifty first streets. Seemed surprised few were willing to elaborate lots of crews is plead..

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"burks ward" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"burks ward" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Pm interesting note to this appearance today, the prosecutor said that they found twenty three firearms Twenty-three guns in the possession of alderman Burke, when they raided his offices reporting live at the Dirksen, federal building, Steve Miller, NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. Bob Roberts continues our coverage live from the Newsline on Burks at bird sub ward office engage park on the south. With west side. Chris a lot of people are expressing what appears to be complete surprise more than twenty in the block surrounding Burks ward office here at twenty six fifty west fifty first street, but when asked to elaborate, they say they're too busy to talk. Watt. More details or simply don't speak English. The one person more than willing to talk his Tanya Patino who is running against birth. Call for him to resign first and foremost for him to withdraw from this race because I think that he's already lied and have bullying bullied this community. And it's it's time for him to just step down. We tried to ask Birt's office for a statement. But the shades were drawn and the doors were locked even in the middle of the day live engage park. Bob Roberts, News Radio on five point nine FM. VM political editor Craig Delamore. We'll have more on Ed Edberg's influence in Chicago politics. That's coming up at four thirty Harvey police are looking for a man who shot to people yesterday killing a twenty year old man and wounding his pregnant eighteen year old girlfriend Harvey police chief, Gregory Thomas says it happened outside the couple's home one hundred forty six in green. Individual probably one hundred and fifty pounds when he Blackwood dark jacket with a white stripe down to sleep approach are to victims as they were internet. Residents and opened fire. Thomas says the shooter recently had an altercation with the dead, man. Jalen Jackson over a stolen car Jackson's girlfriend Maseru Lambert was critically wounded her father says it's not clear if the unborn baby will survive Lambert is two months pregnant WBZ news time four oh..

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"burks ward" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"burks ward" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Law firm the complaint against the seventy five year old alderman is he held up permit for a remodel. Bowling job that the owner of a fast food restaurant had planned that what he wanted in return for the permits with business for his own law firm Burke has been an alderman for almost fifty years. His wife is Illinois supreme court, Justice and Burke, a side note to all this the US attorney's office did release information about the court appearance and the criminal complaint, but because of the federal government shutdown the partial shutdown, they say there will be no US attorney's office news availability after Brooks court appearance at the Dirksen, federal building, Steve Miller, News Radio on one zero five point nine FM. Of course, Burke is innocent until proven guilty. But there is a sign that some of his power may be taken from him WBZ and political editor Craig Delamore just got some new information on this. And he's live on the news line from city hall, Craig and Chris there there is heavy pressure for alderman Burke to step down from his seat as the head of the powerful city council. Finance committee. There are strong indications that considering the charges against him. Mayor Emanuel does not want to see him continue in that job because of the sensitive and important legislation that comes before that committee. He would like. Burke to step down on his own, but may be prepared to act if he doesn't live at city hall, Craig Delamore, NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. WBZ M's. Bob Roberts continues. Our coverage live from Edberg's older manic office engage park on the southwest side. Paul Burks ward office at twenty six fifty west fifty first street as clearly marked eight to four hours, but the shades were drawn in the doors were locked tied at two fifteen Burke faces a challenge in next month's election and challenger Tanya Patino wasted. No time shaking hands with businessmen and women whose offices and stores line, the surrounding blocks. What does she found? Well, she says that she's finding that people are interested in talking with her expressing their ideas and not willing to put signs in the window otherwise on well, we've tried to interview.

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"burks ward" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"burks ward" Discussed on The Young Turks

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"burks ward" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"burks ward" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Nasa says it's going to start partnerships with American companies to go to the moon. Wow. They're expected to award contracts ranging from fifty thousand dollars to millions of dollars to start the studies. What is it the proposals and all that? Research and development. Yeah. Studied him already done. Well, private companies to bid on this to private involvement. Do something. No one's ever done before. Well, they gotta they gotta come see. They wanna do within ten years. They want to be -habitating on the mood where they'll be like we do with this space station, people constantly up. So you got to build a moon base. That just the rockets and all that other stuff to get back and forth, and they want to do a new technology because the technology that we did in nineteen sixties and seventies to land on the moon is kind of you know, sort of outdated, and it's one and done. They want to create a system where it's you know, you've got replaceable reusable, usable pieces to it. And you gotta have you gotta have a moon. Buggy? Gotta get a new moon value-added moon by you, gotta get another one. We could actually use the ones that are still up because we never took them off because you don't put them in the garage and take off again with them. So there's the buggy. Yeah. So here's the new NASA administrator, Jim Britton Stein who says that the US will be closer to the moon. Very soon. I think we're probably within ten years of having continuous man presence on the moon, the president's space policy directive one, and this is very exciting. He says we're going back to the moon. This time the word is sustainably. But what that means is we're gonna stay so right now, we're building a space station, we call it gateway. That's going to be in orbit around the moon. Think of it as a reusable command module where we can have human presence in orbit around the moon from there, we want reusable Landers that go back and forth to the surface of the man. I'm you think we can achieve this in in about ten years. I want to go to the moon to now let's go shouting, you know, who's going to go to the moon the president praising the moon. His quite honestly, I don't need this crap. It's a good place to be. It's hard to get you there. If you want to escape things, the nice thing is. Feel better because it's you're you're much lighter on the year. Like a third lighter on the middle. All right. So are your way here take third off? And then you run a marathon on the moon. It's like being in the pool. Yeah. Fun. There's no grabbed checking in and so the most powerful and senior alderman still says he did nothing wrong federal agents yesterday raided Ed Burks ward and city hall offices is warning Burke, declined to shed light on what he thinks. This is all about. It's been a long time for me in public life. When I've been subject of investigations in.

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"burks ward" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

13:02 min | 2 years ago

"burks ward" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Radio talk show, the Savage Nation. Home of borders, language, culture. And here he is author rub stop mass hysteria. Michael salad. We did not adapt quickly enough to the fact that there were people being left behind and the frustrations we're gonna flare up, and then all these changes that were happening. We're happening really quick. And you had to address them and speak to them. And in those environments, you then start getting a different kind of politics. You start getting politics is based on that person's not like me, and it must be their fault. And you start getting the politics based on nationalism that's not pride and country but hatred for somebody on the other side of the border. So here's a man who start up hatred in America and our saying that the hatred that he started up brought about nationalism. He's one hundred percent right about that. And the more shoots off his mouth the more. He keeps stirring up hatred. White people the worst it's going to get in this country. Now, there was breaking news before the show took it spray at the top in the last hour. I'm shocked. I don't see it anywhere. I got a special message from somebody in the business. I think it was from gateway pundit, Jim Hoff got it. I it's a big story. I'm sorry to tell you feds raid. Former Trump accounting officers in Chicago. Gateway pundit dot com. Jim Hoff big story. And it's going to lead to further problems for the president. Fed's rate office of Chicago lawyer who previously did tax work for Trump. Schumer said if you mess with the deep state, they got six ways to Sunday to get you and Edberg previously helped Donald Trump with his property taxes. Reducing Trump's tax burden on a Chicago. Skyscraper by fourteen million dollars. According to the Chicago Sun-Times federal agents removed everyone from the office of Chicago finance committee chairman, Ed Burke, and put Brown paper on the doors. Trumpet, Burke, decided to go their separate ways. Earlier this year, citing irreconcilable differences. Sources are saying the feds showed up this morning asked everyone to leave and put Brown paper on the doors tweeted chicago-sun-times reporter, Fran Spielman eight more federal agents just arrived at Burkes ward office, and it goes on and on and on nature to visit was not known, but alderman Burke has dodged dozens of federal investigations of fifty years in Chicago politics. Federal agents also showed up to Burks ward office and papered over the windows there. Berg's brother state rep, Dan Burke, reached in Springfield was stunned by the news. And here it is. Now, as you well know Trump is being harassed by the deep state and Robert Mueller Justice he left the country and had to Argentina for this weekend's g twenty summit. They chose the strike. This morning. Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen, the rat pled guilty to line to congress daytime that as well. After Mueller interrogated for several hours. But we have is is a shadow government. We have two governments right now. We have an elected government and unelected government. They shadow government. And this is how they exert their power. This is what goes on. I don't have anyone stays in politics altogether. It's the dirtiest business in the world. And I don't even there's nothing more. I could say about this thing with the taxes. What do I know? Do I know whether he hit taxes or anything anything illegal limits plane this to you before we go back to the suicide issue. I see a nation deeply in trouble. That's been in trouble long time before Trump came along. And it started even before Obama arrived on the scene of started in the sixties with the communist revolution. Which was the skies. There's an antiwar movement. That was the beginning of the end of America, as we know it that is when adages such as if it feels good do it. Why not do it in the road, the Beatles in essence worthy songs tres for this demise of the west when I do it in the road. It feels good do with that kind of thing. Drug section rock and roll kind of business. And as we we see the America that we once knew. No no longer exists. So it's each man for himself. But each man has to find his own way through this maze. Now, there's a rock of ages that some people have used since the beginning of recorded religious history. It's called the bible whether Jewish bible of Christian bible, the Koran or the Buddhist track Tate's or the Hindus have their book these books of the roadmap. It's not Buckminster Fuller's book that wasn't the roadmap that was part of the anti roadmap. That was the one that took you into the cul de sacs that led to drug section rock and roll. No, the roadmap is the one that your your ancestors used it worked for them for thousands of years. Why all of a sudden it's the has no validity. Because there's Google. Because you can't Google God. And find an answer. From apple. They haven't figured out. How linked you up to God up there and having somewhere it's worked before. And as silly as it may sound it may work again. But again, I'm not a preacher. I've just a talk show host. And a writer and observer of human history and socialist jury so we were talking about suicide before because there's an epidemic that has reached epidemic. Proportions an epidemic that has reached a new level of long, and we're talking about what to do when you have those thoughts as many people have had reached Shakespeare. You ever read hamlet's soliloquy? He writes about how simple Bob would put an end to them. What do you think that was about unbelievable line? When you think about it? I wish I had the soliloquy hamlet's soliloquy. Find it for me guys. I'll read it for for fun. How a simple bobbin could put an end to the torture the self torture doubts. What's a simple, Bob and a needle that? So Carlos on ks Afo has an answer for stopping suicide. Carlos what is your answer? Good afternoon. Dr Dr savage I wanted to point out and tell you that you're really on the Mark here in some of your references with regards to corresponding suicide to this idea of diminishing our diluting nationalism. And when you go to coming to work, which is a prerequisite for any student college student at the undergraduate level social science by a meal. It's about society. And it's about how this house houses collective consciousness. This collective leases of whether you want to call the tribe, or what have you, and that's where he got the title suicide because what they found out was a lot of the centers reports if you would at the time coordinated in a lot of suicide, and because there was the disenfranchisement. And so what happens is when you have this kind of derisive rhetoric like Obama, and what have you you have this kind of consciousness that you're cultivating your nursery, which essentially says where do I fit who if children are being taught that whiteness is a crime. They're meant to doubt themselves and hate themselves. This is a crime against children, and I will just let me intervene. I'm gonna tell every parent listening to the show that if your child comes home and tells you they were forced to listen to a lecture about whiteness or the eagles are being white. I want you to take your child by the hand. And I want you to do what I did when my children were being attacked in these damn garbage Marin county schools on other another levels, and you go in and tell our teacher right to that teachers face that you're going to sue that teacher to personally if they ever do this to your child, again, it's only through a threat of lawsuits that these Boll weevils will be stopped. I'm sorry to intervene or interrupt you rather. But there's no more emotional topic that I have right now than the destruction of our children's souls by these evil communists in our schools. But what were you suggesting I'm sorry to interrupt? You know, I agree. And I should also add that I am the first generation American immigrants of people who fled communism, Cuba Havana. So I totally agree. And the thing about it is is that. And to your point about children is that when you look at the highest. Six suicides between the ages of thirteen to twenty four. So we've got a real problem here. And I think that what we have to do is stop promoting this type of gender politics and really talk about, you know, family and really talk about community and really talk about something more transcendent with respect to something higher than ourselves. You know, the interesting thing is is I grew up Catholic, Dr savage, and while I appreciate the majesty of Catholicism was always this reference to this idea of mortal sin that if you were to commit suicide now, you know, the bible says that fear starts with a knowledge of the war. But when you grow up as a Catholic, and you're considering side that it actually becomes very kind of guilt fostering, as to what would inhibit you from wanting to commit such a well hold on. Now. This is an interesting discussion about guilt. Dependent on so important that we talk about guilt. Guilt is eleven agent on man's evil impulses by telling everyone they shouldn't be guilty about anything. What does that lead to? I guess the gentleman is gone. The thing about. Let me talk for a minute. I really have to talk. You've triggered something in me. And I wanna I want to take it from here on my own. I'm sorry to move on. I have set for a long time that children need guilt in their upbringing. In order to be brought up correctly. I don't mean make them sick. And I don't mean make them squirm. Make them have a conscience what we have done in this society because of the left wing fanatics. Teach first ourselves that anything goes, whatever you wanna do is good. It feels good. Do it. Why not do it in the road? You want to join smoke a joint you wanna try try heroin. Hey, it's only an experiment or you're just experimenting with drugs. You wanna sleep with your sorority sister? If you're a woman, go ahead. Go ahead. It feels good. Do it. Why not do it in the road? No, there's a reason for guilt. And there's a reason for shame. These awards is that are still in the human vocabulary. Human vocabulary guilt. Shame conscience, they're not all the same. But they're interconnected, and they have to be discussed again brought back. There are things to be ashamed of there are things that you should be guilty of that. You do they're the only things that might stop you from doing them again. Is that what prison is all about? Why don't you just eliminate the prisons? Let everyone out of jail after all they shouldn't even be imprisoned for their crimes if they shouldn't be guilty. And they shouldn't be ashamed of some of the things they've done. Then why are they in jail? Our jails supposed to rehabilitate prisoners or what does that mean? What do you mean? Rehabilitate is supposed to come to understand that what they did was what wrong. Well, how can you have a value judgement like right and wrong? Unless you understand at this thing called guilt innocence. You understand what I'm saying to you. I think guilt is a very very underestimated leavening agent for humankind. And I think I'm going to leave it at that. Because again, I'm under the clock is not a podcast. I could go for an hour right now. And I will come January. Those of you listening to me, I'm going to have a list of all the stations that I will still be on radio. And this couple of hundred still is only a few that will not carry mean. Unfortunately, one of them is in New York City, and I can't help it. That's their decision. I know that many of you are going to be heartbroken and disappointed. I am a New Yorker unlike most people in the business in New York who are not New Yorkers, I actually speak the language and speak with the intonation of an actual New Yorker. And I understand the city as well. As anybody even though I don't live there. Currently believe me. And I know you're gonna miss me. But you really don't have to miss me. You've just got to learn how to stream the show on a podcast, and it's as simple as you go to apple michaelsavage dot com. Any of the avenues that run podcast? You can run it on your iphone your, Android. It's not that hard..

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"burks ward" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

12:45 min | 2 years ago

"burks ward" Discussed on KNSS

"Being left behind and the frustrations we're gonna flare up, and then all these changes that were happening happening really quick. And you had to address them and speak to them. In those environments, you then start getting a different kind of politics. You start getting politics. That's based on that person's not like me, and it must be their fault. And you start getting the politics based on a nationalism that's not pride in country but hatred for somebody on the other side of the border. So here's a man who start up hatred in America and our saying that the hatred that he stirred up brought about nationalism. He's a hundred percent right about that. And the more. He shoots office mouth the more. He keeps starring up at hatred of white people the worst it's going to get in this country. Now there was breaking those before the show took its break at the top of the last hour. I'm shocked. I don't see it anywhere. I got a special message from somebody in the business. I think it was from gateway pundit, Jim Hoff got it. I it's a big story. I'm sorry to tell you feds raid. Former Trump accountant officers in Chicago. Gateway pundit dot com. Jim Hoff big story. And it's gonna lead to further problems for the president feds rate office of Chicago lawyer who previously did tax work for Trump. Schumer said if you mess with the deep state, they got six ways to Sunday to get you. Edberg previously helped Donald Trump with his property taxes. Reducing Trump's tax burden on a Chicago. Skyscraper by fourteen million dollars. According to the Chicago Sun-Times federal agents removed everyone from the office of Chicago finance committee chairman, Ed Burke, and put Brown paper on the doors. Trump and Burke decided to go their separate ways earlier this year, citing irreconcilable differences. Sources are saying the fed showed up this morning asked everyone to even put Brown paper on the doors tweeted chicago-sun-times reporter, Fran Spielman eight more federal agents just arrived at Burkes ward office, and it goes on and on and on nature of the visit was not known, but alderman Burke has dodge dozens of federal investigations of fifty years in Chicago politics. Federal agents also shut up the Burks ward office and papered over the windows there. Berg's brother state rep, Dan Burke, reached in Springfield was stunned by the news. And here it is. Now, as you well know Trump is being harassed by the deep state and Robert Mueller Justice. He left the country and had to Argentina for this weekend's g twenty summit. They chose to strike this morning. Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen, the rat pled guilty to lying to congress. They timed it as well. After Mueller interrogated for seventy hours, but we have is is a shadow government. We have two governments right now. We have an elected government and an unelected government. They shadow government. And this is how they exert their power. There's what goes on? I don't have anyone stays in politics altogether. It's the dirtiest business in the world. And I don't even there's nothing more. I could say about this thing with the taxes. What do I do? I know whether he hit taxes or anything, the only thing legal. Let me explain this to you before we go back to the suicide issue. I see a nation. Deeply in trouble. That's been in trouble longtime before Trump came along. And it started even before Obama arrived on the scene of started in the sixties with the communist revolution. Which was the skies. There's an antiwar movement. That was the beginning of the end of America, as we know it that is when adages such as if it feels good do it. Why not do it in the road, the Beatles in essence worthy songs tres for this demise of the west one do it in the road? It feels good do with that kind of thing drugs, sex and rock and roll echo business. And as we we see the America that we once knew no no longer exists. So it's each man for himself and each man has to find his own way through this maze. Now, there's a rock of ages that some people have used since the beginning of recorded religious history. It's called the bible, whether it's the Jewish bible of Christian bible, the Koran or the Buddhist track Tate's or the Hindus have their book these. Of the roadmap. It's not Buckminster Fuller's book that wasn't the roadmap that was part of the anti roadmap. That was the one that took you into the cul de sacs that led to drug section rock and roll. No, the roadmap is the one that your your ancestors used it worked for them for thousands of years. Why all of a sudden the has no validity because there's Google. Because you can't Google God. And find an answer. From apple. They haven't figured out how to link you up to God up there and having somewhere it's worked before. And as silly as it may sound that may work again. But again, I'm not a preacher. I'm just a talk show host. And a writer. Observer of human history and socialist jury so we were talking about suicide before because there's an epidemic that has reached epidemic. Proportions an epidemic that has reached a new level of alarm, and we're talking about what to do when you have those thoughts as many people have had reached Shakespeare. You ever read hamlet's soliloquy? He writes about how simple bobbin and put an end to them. What do you think that was about unbelievable line? When you think about it? I wish I had the soliloquy hamlet's soliloquy. Find it for me guys. I'll read it for for fun. How a simple bobbin could put an end to the torture the self torture. The doubts. What's a simple, Bob and needle. That's all Carlos on ks Afo has an answer for stopping suicide. Carlos. What is your answer? Good afternoon. Dr savage. I wanted to point out and wasn't they tell you that you're really on the Mark here in some of your references with regards to corresponding suicide to this idea of diminishing or diluting nationalism. And when you go to to work, which is a prerequisite for any student college student at the undergraduate level social science by a meal, Dirk Heim, it's about society. And it's about how this has this collective consciousness. This collective belief is whether you want to call the tribe, or what have you, and that's where he got the title from suicide because what they found out was a lot of the centers reports if you would at the time native in a lot of suicide and because there was disenfranchisement. And so what happens is when you have this kind of derisive rhetoric like Obama, and what have you you have this kind of consciousness that you're cultivating you're nurturing which essentially says why why? Fit who if children are being taught that whiteness is a crime. They're meant to doubt themselves in hate themselves. This is a crime against children, and I will just bumming intervene, I'm gonna tell every parent listening to the show that if your child comes home and tells you they were forced to listen to a lecture about whiteness or the eagles are being white. I want you to take your child by the hand. And I want you to do what I did when my children were being attacked and these damn garbage Marin county schools on other on other levels, and you go in and tell our teacher right to that teachers face that you're going to sue that teacher to personally if they ever do this to your child, again, it's only through a threat of lawsuits that these Boll weevils will be stopped. I'm sorry to intervene or interrupt you rather. But there's no more emotional topic that I have right now than the destruction of our children's souls by these evil communists in our. Schools. But what were you suggesting I'm sorry to interrupt? You know, I agree. And I should also add that I am the first generation American immigrant of people who fled communism, Cuba Havana. So I totally agree. And the thing about it is is that and to your point about children is that when you look at the highest assisted suicides between the ages of thirteen to twenty four. So we've got a real problem here. And I think that what we have to do is stop promoting this type of gender politics and really talk about, you know, family and really talk about community and really talk about something more transcendent with respect to something higher than ourselves. You know, the interesting thing is is I grew up Catholic, Dr savage and while I appreciate the majesty of Catholicism. There was always this reference to this idea of mortal sin that if you were to commit suicide now, you know, the bible says. That fear starts with the knowledge of award. But when you grow up as a Catholic, and you're considering that it actually becomes very kind of guilt fostering, as to what would inhibit you from wanting to commit such a such a hold on. Now. This is an interesting discussion about guilt, and it is so important that we talk about guilt. Guilt is eleven agent on man's evil. Impulses. By telling everyone, they shouldn't be guilty about anything. What does that lead to? I guess the gentleman is gone. And the thing about. Let me talk for a minute. I I really have to talk. You've triggered something in me. And I want it. I want to take it from here on my own. I'm sorry to move on. I have set for a long time that children need guilt in their upbringing. In order to be brought up correctly. I don't mean make them sick. And I don't mean make them squirm. Make them have a conscience what we have done in this society because of the left wing fanatics. Teach first ourselves that anything goes, whatever you wanna do is good. If it feels good do it. Why not do it in the road? You wanna join smoke a joint you wanna try try heroin. Hey, it's only an experiment. Oh, you're just experimenting with drugs. You wanna sleep with your sorority sister? If you're a woman, go ahead. Go ahead. It feels good. Do it. Why not do it in the road? No, there's a reason for guilt. And there's a reason for shame. These are words that are still in the human vocabulary. Human vocabulary guilt. Shame conscience, they're not all the same. But they're interconnected, and they have to be discussed again and brought back. There are things to be ashamed of. There are things that you should be guilty of that you do they're the only things that might stop you from doing them again. Is that what prison is all about? Why don't just eliminate the prisons? Let everyone out of jail after all they shouldn't even be imprisoned for their crimes if they shouldn't be guilty. And they shouldn't be ashamed of some of the things they've done. Then why are they in jail? Our jails supposed to rehabilitate prisoners or what does that mean? What do you mean? Rehabilitate is supposed to come to understand that what they did was what wrong. Well, how can you have a value judgement like right and wrong? Unless you understand at this thing called guilt innocence. You understand what I'm saying to you. I think guilt is a very very underestimated leavening agent for humankind. And I think I'm going to leave it at that. Because again under the clock is not a podcast. I could go for an hour right now. And I will come January. Those of you listening to me, I'm going to have a list of all the stations that I will still be on on radio. And this couple of hundred still is only a few that will not carry me. Unfortunately, one of them is in New York City, and I can't help it. That's the session. I know that many of you are going to be heartbroken and disappointed. I am a New Yorker unlike most people in the business in New York who are not New Yorkers, I actually speak the language and speak with the intonation of an actual New Yorker. And I understand the city as well. As anybody even though I don't live there. Currently believe me. And I know you're gonna miss me. But you really don't have to miss me. You've just got to learn how to stream the show on a podcast, and it's as simple as you go to apple michaelsavage dot com. Any of the avenues that run podcast? You can run it on your iphone your, Android. It's not that hard..

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"burks ward" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"burks ward" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Com. Jim Hoff big story. And it's going to lead to further problems for the president. Fed's rate office of Chicago lawyer who previously did tax work for Trump. Schumer said if you mess with the deep state, they got six ways to Sunday to get you and Edberg previously help Donald Trump with his property taxes. Reducing Trump's tax burden on a Chicago. Skyscraper by fourteen million dollars. According to the Chicago Sun-Times federal agents removed everyone from the office of Chicago finance committee chairman, Ed Burke, and put Brown paper on the doors. Trump and Burke decided to go their separate ways earlier this year, citing irreconcilable differences. Sources are saying the fed showed up this morning. Ask everyone to even Brown. Paper on the doors tweeted chicago-sun-times reporter, Fran Spielman eight more federal agents just arrived at Burkes ward office, and it goes on and on and on nature of the visit was not known, but alderman Burke has dodged dozens of federal investigations of fifty years in Chicago politics. Federal agents also should up to Burks ward office papered over the windows there. Burks brother state rep, Dan Burke, reached in Springfield was stunned by the news. And here it is. Now, as you well know Trump is being harassed by the deep state and Robert Mueller Justice he left the country and had to Argentina for this weekend's g twenty summit. They chose to strike. This morning. Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen, the rat pled guilty to lying to congress. They timed it as well. After Mueller interrogated for several hours, but we have is a shadow government. We have two governments right now. We have in elected government and an unelected government. They shadow government. And this is how the exert their power. This is what goes on. I don't have anyone stays in politics altogether. It's the dirtiest business in the world. And I don't even there's nothing more. I could say about this thing with the taxes. What do I know? Do I know whether he hit taxes or anything did anything illegal limits. This to you before we go back to the suicide issue. I see a nation deeply in trouble. That's been in trouble longtime before Trump came along. And it started even before Obama arrived on the scene of started in the sixties with the communist revolution. Which was the skies. There's an anti antiwar movement. That was the beginning of the end of America, as we know it that is when adages such as if it feels good do it. Why not do it in the road, the Beatles in essence or the songs tres for this demise of the west when I do it in the road. It feels good do with that kind of thing drugs sex and rock and roll that kind of business, and as we we see the America that we once knew. No no longer exists. So it's each man for himself and each man has to find his own way through this maze. Now, there's a rock of ages that some people have used since the beginning of recorded religious history. It's called the bible, whether it's the Jewish bible of Christian bible, the Koran or the Buddhist track Tate's or the Hindus have their book these books the roadmap. It's not Buckminster Fuller's book that wasn't the roadmap that was part of the anti roadmap. That was the one that took you into the cul de sacs that led to drug section rock and roll. No, the roadmap is the one that your ancestors used it worked for them for thousands of years. Why all of a sudden it's the has no validity. Because there's Google. Because you can't Google God. And find an answer. From apm. They haven't figured out how to get linked you up to God up there and having somewhere it's worked before. And as silly as it may sound that may work again. But again, I'm not a preacher. I'm just a talk show host. And a writer. Server of human history and social history. So we were talking about suicide before because there's an epidemic that has reached epidemic. Proportions an epidemic that has reached a new level of a long, and we're talking about what to do when you have those thoughts as many people have had reached Shakespeare? You ever read hamlet's soliloquy?.

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"burks ward" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

13:01 min | 2 years ago

"burks ward" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The Savage Nation, home of borders, language, culture. And here he is author of stop mass hysteria. Michael savage. We did not adapt quickly enough to the fact that there were people being left behind and frustrations. We're going to flare up, and then all these changes that were happening Ratnam, really quick. And you had address them and speak to them. And in those environments, you then start getting a different kind of politics. You start getting politics that's based on that person's not like me, and it must be their fault. And you start getting the politics based on a nationalism that's not pride and country but hatred for somebody on the other side of the border. So here's a man who startup hatred in America and our saying that the hatred that he started up brought about nationalism. He's one hundred percent right about that. And the more. He shoots office mouth the more. He keeps starring up at hatred. White people the worst it's gonna get in this country. Now, there was breaking news before the show took its break at the top of the last hour. I'm shocked. I don't see it anywhere. I got a special message from somebody in the business. I think it was from gateway pundit, Jim half got it. I it's a big story. I'm sorry to tell you feds raid. Former Trump accounting officers in Chicago. Gateway pundit dot com. Jim Hoff big story. And it's gonna lead to further problems for the president feds rate office of Chicago lawyer who previously did tax work for Trump. Schumer said if you mess with the deep state, they got six ways to Sunday to get you then Edberg previously helped Donald Trump with his property taxes. Reducing Trump's tax burden on a Chicago. Skyscraper by fourteen million dollars. According to the Chicago Sun-Times federal agents removed everyone from the office of Chicago finance committee chairman, Ed Burke and put Brown paper on doors. Trump and Burke decided to go their separate ways earlier this year, citing irreconcilable differences. Sources are saying the fed showed up this morning asked everyone to leave and put Brown paper on the doors tweeted chicago-sun-times reporter, Fran Spielman eight more federal agents just arrived at Burkes ward office, and it goes on and on and on nature of the visit was not known, but alderman Burke has dodge dozens of federal investigations of fifty years in Chicago politics. Federal agents also shut up the Burks ward office and papered over the windows there. Berg's brother state rep, Dan Burke, reached in Springfield was stunned by the news. And here it is. Now, as you well know Trump is being harassed by the deep state and Robert Mueller Justice. He left the country and had to charge Antena for this weekend's g twenty summit. They chose to strike. This morning. Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen, the rat pled guilty to lying to congress. They time it as well. After Mueller interrogated for seventy hours, but we have is is a shadow government. We have two governments right now. We have an elected government and unelected government. They shadow government. And this is how the exert their power. There's what goes on? I don't have anyone stays in politics altogether. It's the dirtiest business in the world. And I don't even there's nothing more. I could say about this thing with the taxes. What do I know do I know whether he hit taxes or anything? Did anything illegal? Let me explain this before we go back to the suicide issue. I see a nation deeply in trouble. That's been in trouble long time before Trump came along. And it started even before Obama arrived on the scene of started in the sixties with the communist revolution. Which was the skies. There's an anti war movement. That was the beginning of the end of America, as we know it that is when adages such as if it feels good do it. Why not do it in the road, the Beatles in essence or the songs tres for this demise of the west wanna do it in the road? It feels good do with that kind of thing drugs, sex and rock and roll echo business. And as we see the America that we wants to know no longer exists. So it's each man for himself and each man has to find his own way through this maze. Now, there's a rock of ages that some people have used since the beginning of recorded religious history. It's called the bible, whether it's the Jewish bible of Christian bible, the Koran or. Or the Buddhist track Tate's or the Hindus have their book these books of the roadmap. It's not Buckminster Fuller's book that wasn't the roadmap that was part of the anti roadmap. That was the one that took you into the cul de sacs that led to drug section rock and roll. No, the roadmap is the one that your ancestors used it worked for them for thousands of years. Why all of a sudden it's the has no validity. Because there's Google. Because you can't Google God. And find an answer. From apple. They haven't figured out how to get linked you up to God up there and having somewhere it's worked before. And as silly as it may sound that may work again. But again, I'm not a preacher. I've just a talk show host. And a writer. Server of human history, and socialist. So we were talking about suicide before because there's an epidemic that has reached epidemic. Proportions an epidemic that has reached a new level of a long, and we're talking about what to do when you have those thoughts as many people have had, you know, your each Shakespeare. You ever read hamlet's soliloquy way writes about how simple bobbin would put an end to them. What do you think that was about unbelievable line? When you think about it? I wish I had the soliloquy hamlet's soliloquy. Find it for me guys. I'll read it for fun. How a simple bobbin could put an end to the torture the self torture. The doubts. What's a simple Bob in a needle? That's all Carlos on ks Afo has an answer for stopping suicide. Carlos. What is your answer? Good afternoon. Dr Dr savage, I wanted to point out and wasn't anything tell you that you really on the Mark here in some of your references with regards to corresponding suicide to this idea but diminishing diluting nationalism. And when you go to work, which is a prerequisite for any student. Undergraduate level social science by a meal com. It's about society, and it's about. This collective consciousness. This collective belief is what you want to call tribe, or what have you? And that's where you got the title from suicide because what they found out was a lot of the. Santa's reports if you would at the time culminated in a lot of suicides, and because there was this enfranchisement. And so what happens is when you have this kind of derisive rhetoric like Obama, and what do you have this kind of consciousness that you're cultivating you're nurturing which essentially says where do I fit who if children are being taught that whiteness is crime? They are meant to doubt themselves in hate themselves. This is a crime against children, and I will just let me intervene. I'm going to tell every parent listening to the show that if your child comes home and tells you they were forced to listen to a lecture about whiteness or the eagles are being white. I want you to take your child by the hand. And I want you to do what I did when my children were being attacked and these damn garbage Marin county schools on other another levels, and you go in and tell our teacher right to that teachers face that you're going to do that teacher to personally if they ever do this to your child again. It's only through a threat of lawsuits that these Boll weevils will be stopped. I'm sorry to intervene or interrupt you rather. But there's no more emotional topic that I have right now than the destruction of our children's souls by these evil communists in our schools. But what were you suggesting I'm sorry to interrupt? You know, I agree. And I should also add that I am the first generation American emigrant of people who fled communism, Cuba Havana. So I totally agree. And the thing about it is is that and to your point about children is that when you look at the highest sticks suicides, it's between the ages of thirteen to twenty four. So we got a real problem here. And I think that what we have to do is stop promoting this type of gender politics and really talk about, you know, family and really talk about community and really talk about something more transcendent with respect to. Something higher than ourselves. You know, the interesting thing is is a Catholic Dr sandwich. And while I appreciate the majesty of Catholicism. There was always this reference to this idea of mortal sin that if you were to commit suicide now, you know, the bible says that fear starts with the knowledge of the war. So when you grow up as a Catholic, and you're considering that it actually becomes very kind of guilt fostering, as to what would inhibit you from wanting to commit such such a hold on. Now. This is an interesting discussion about guilt. Okay. Dependent is so important that we talk about guilt. Guilt is eleven agent on man's evil impulses by telling everyone they shouldn't be guilty about anything. What does that lead to? I guess the gentleman is gone. Let me talk for a minute. I I really have to talk. You've triggered something in me. And I wanna I wanna take it from here on my own. I'm sorry to move on. I have set for a long time that children need guilt in their upbringing. In order to be brought up correctly. I don't mean make them sick. And I don't mean make them squirm. Make them have a conscience what we have done in this society because of the left wing fanatics. Teach first ourselves that anything goes, whatever you wanna do as good feels good. Do it. Why not do it in the road? You want to join smoke a joint you wanna try try heroin. Hey, it's only an experiment or you're just experimenting with drugs. You wanna sleep with your sorority sister? If you're a woman, go ahead. Go ahead. It feels good. Do it. Why not do it in the road? No, there's a reason for guilt. And there's a reason for shame. These awards are still in the Uman vocabulary. Human vocabulary guilt. Shame conscience, they're not all the same. But they're interconnected, and they have to be discussed again and brought back. There are things to be ashamed of there are things that you should be guilty of that you do they're the only things that might stop you from doing them again. Is that what prison is all about? Why don't you just eliminate the prisons? Let everyone out of jail after all they shouldn't even be imprisoned for their crimes if they shouldn't be guilty. And they shouldn't be ashamed of some of the things they've done. Then why are they in jail? Our jails supposed to rehabilitate prisoners or what does that mean? What do you mean? Rehabilitate is supposed to come to understand that what they did was what wrong. Well, how can you have a value judgement like right and wrong? Unless you understand at this thing called guilt, and innocence, you understand what I'm saying to you. I think guilt is a very very underestimated leavening agent for humankind. And I think I'm gonna leave it at that. Because again, I'm under the clock is not a podcast. I could go for an hour right now. And I will come January. Those of you listening to me, I'm going to have a list of all the stations that I will still be on radio. And this couple of hundred still is only a few that will not carry me. Unfortunately, one of them is in New York City, and I can't help it. That's their decision. I know that many of you are going to be heartbroken and disappointed. I am a New Yorker unlike most people in the business in New York who are not New Yorkers, I actually speak the language and speak with the intonation of an actual New Yorker. And I understand the city as well. As anybody even though I don't live there. Currently believe me. And I know you're gonna miss me. But you really don't have to miss me. You've just got to learn how to stream the show on a podcast, and it's as simple as you go to apple michaelsavage dot com. Any of the avenues that run podcast? You can run it on your iphone your, Android. It's not that hard..

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"burks ward" Discussed on WGN Radio

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"burks ward" Discussed on WGN Radio

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