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"daniel burstein" Discussed on The Mark Levin Show

The Mark Levin Show

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"daniel burstein" Discussed on The Mark Levin Show

"Insurrection. The government is also level. The charge against scores of individuals not accused of attacking police destroying property. There you go but facing some of the most egregious allegations such as occupying the senate chamber sitting in the vice president chair targeting government officials. But they're also if that's not bad enough bring against individuals who did no such thing they say prosecutors have sought to distinguish such acts from protests related civil disobedience. They really results in prison. Time more politically charged with offenses such sedition but defendants. In at least eight cases have moved to dismiss the count. They assert the joint house and senate session that met. January six does not qualify as an official preceding congress that the laws unconstitutionally vague on its face or as applied that it does not cover individuals alleged illegal actions among other things and it goes on and it goes on now. You want to hear about an insurrection. Bob woodward robert costa. We'll have a book out next week. The way woodward does these things as he's able to shake down public officials. Put the story out on cnn. Or the washington post or both then every media platform picks it up and this is his second or third book. Trash president trump and it's going to be a massive bestseller huge vessel. Because that's how would does what word would we're does. Here's my confusion. If you're a journalist you've special information about news events that have taken place. Why aren't those appearing in the washington. Post robert kosta is a journalist. So-called for the washington post. Why did they wait for a book. Seriously i'm not a journalist. I don't have a newspaper that i write for. I don't write gossip. I write about theory and philosophy and activism. So it's a book called parallel. Shot it shooting to the top of the list. Everybody's talking about everybody's pushing it this is how woodward gets we're woodward gets. He holds back kosta. Hold back information others of these so-called journals. Hold back information so they do a big book which is kind of strange so i don't buy books like this at the same time about a week or two later this stephanie griffin coming out with a book who was press secretary to the first lady press secretary of the president then back to press secretary the first lady and their leaking stuff out of there. Oh my god we've got more private information about the family. And so forth on who trump and milania and the family and the disloyal no character morality whatsoever and match being pumped. Meanwhile the democrats are close to transforming this nation of something. You won't recognize. We've american citizens hostages overseas the borders wide open with hundreds of thousands of month coming into this country with covert and other illnesses bankrupt. This country they want to pack the supreme court and this is what we focused on. This is what we focus on for. September and october it shameless. And so your washington post reporter isaac stanley becker. Now what kind of reporters this is extend becker. He's being handed spoon-fed cherry pick parts of this book written by woodward and kosta with obviously the most provocative information that they can provide and this becomes a news story from two news guys who were supposed to reporting it as a matter of course is a matter routine so this is now a news story. This is exactly what daniel burstein from a director library. Congress professor chicago meant by pseudo events. This has no news that they're going to say. The substance of the book is news worthy but if the substance of the book is newsworthy. Why didn't they reported earlier. Now they have in here twice in the final months of the trump administration. The country's top military officer was so fearful of the president's actions might spark a war with china that he moved urgently to avert armed conflict in a pair of secret phone calls journal. Mark a milley. The chairman of the joint chiefs staff shortage chinese counterpart generally schick of the people's liberation army that the united states would not strike according to a new book by washed post associated editor. Bob woodward and national political reporter robert costa's associate editor kostas a political report and save it a book. One call took place october. Thirty twenty twenty and other one january. Eight twenty twenty one now. This is newsworthy. The news element here is in trumpets. Milly it's meli. Who tried to leave it insurrection. It's milley who tried to lead a coup a military dictatorship. There was no reason to warn the chinese.

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"daniel burstein" Discussed on Page To Stage

Page To Stage

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"daniel burstein" Discussed on Page To Stage

"He doesn't become president unless we're in a society that's about amusing ourselves entertaining ourselves to death. Our final question is what's the first show. You wanna see when broadway reopened. Of course we are not. We don't have a ball and know exactly what's coming back or not moulin rouge. The musical people may judge at me at me. I dare you on obsessed with that show. I love it so much. Sonia tie alex timbers geniuses every performer. I love how it makes me rethink pop music. I love love story. I mean just also like come on artists clawing their way to do the thing they wanna do. Seen it so i'm excited when it comes back Love it for everything that it is. Everything additives and i cannot wait to be in that audience. If you go to australia you could. Aren't they in australia. Well not yet but they are planning a date to australia before they have a date to open here And i will say that like no disc to australian talent at all. And heck yeah. I love australia. And i will go back there and will see that cast. Because i'd love to just see a new cats do it. But like i wanna watch my i wanna watch daniel burstein drive in herder. I wanna watch ricky role haas and saw an erin. I wanna watch that. Cast on list who. I have seen no less than four times. Do it again us to well. Thank you so much. I think you might have hit a record. On page two stage as our longest episodes..

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"daniel burstein" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

Champagne Sharks

05:57 min | 2 years ago

"daniel burstein" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

"It's an aggregate conspiracy theory for the twenty first century and everything has become like that are internet Culture is our only culture. It's created a kind of a globalist mono culture and it's a culture that has no memory of itself had no awareness of anything outside the online when we say somebody's terminally online where all terminally online. And you knew. I think is very interesting. Is how the medium keeps changing the discourse like i read a lot of books on media criticism and analysis and you have books that talk about how literacy in the printed word changed the brain and the culture. Something like walter. Ong's o'reilly and literacy. But then you have something that talks about. How tv changed Her movies own change things like that. Neal gabler book benders things about how. Tv changed things like Amusing ourselves to death. By neil postman or the image bye-bye daniel burstein or things that talk about everything all those different mediums like marshall mcluhan he talks about how that a lot of culture in the brain now. Everything one of the kind of talks about all the mediums but The meetings have been changing faster than never. Like i feel like they change faster than we can produce the books about it because we don't have time and isolation to get the distance from anything and we don't get enough accumulated time under the thing to really do like a real discussion so it's kind of like we had under the internet. We had just the general internet than we had The blog culture which wasn't quite the same as social media. It was it was different. You know the blog was halfway between a long form Article what eventually became became like a tweet. The blog was something else and that had a very specific effect on discourse oliver was moving things toward the ephemeral. a sit down book is less federal than a daily newspaper. Which is you know. Still less ephemeral than a tv broadcast which is still less ephemeral than like you know a blog post or or twitter know the the blog post is..

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"daniel burstein" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

Problematic Premium Feed

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"daniel burstein" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

"Yourself completely from the internet picking up some print newspapers you know having to deliver every day. Get getting some books going out and living without an internet connection you wouldn't have streaming you wouldn't have. Tv shows many of which exist primarily in a digital format or watched a digital format. You wouldn't have any of this culture. You would live a perfectly normal happy life. You know just doing your regular thing going to work. You wouldn't know what the hell anyone was talking about. But so much of our cultural identity is a are magin. Nation exists online and online is all about going viral now in viral. Temporary things lasts seconds. The the internet's memory. Oh things on the internet last river. The internet never forgets. The internet won't remember what happened last week. Don't you think of a single cultural moment that everyone was like. Wow this is the cultural moment that defines that actually turned out to be something that we're talking about two weeks later. What were the cultural moments of of you. Know the trump period who the hell can remember just happened. It's all meaningless. It's all meaningless chatter it static. It's background noise. And it's nonstop assault on the senses. It is the spectacle in its truest refined cents and the only next step. Is they needed. Start jacking it directly into our heads. Because you know right now. We're just watching it all on screens. Play out we might as well just plug right into it because it shapes every single. Look at q on q. A non is just It's like a buzzfeed of conspiracy theories it's conspiracy theory. Aggregating that has just taken all these different things you wanna. You wanna believe the that hillary clinton's eating a baby or a a wearing baby's face. Yeah okay do you believe that joe biden's reptile. No i believe he's robot okay that's by. We can put them altogether. It's an aggregate conspiracy theory for the twenty first century and everything has become like that are internet Culture is our only culture. It's created a kind of a globalist mono culture and it's a culture that has no memory of itself had no awareness of anything outside the online when we say somebody's terminally online where all terminally online. And you knew. I think is very interesting. Is how the medium keeps changing the discourse like i read a lot of books on media criticism and analysis and you have books that talk about how literacy in the printed word changed the brain and the culture. Something like walter. Ong's o'reilly and literacy. But then you have something that talks about. How tv changed Her movies own change things like that. Neal gabler book benders things about how. Tv changed things like Amusing ourselves to death. By neil postman or the image by daniel burstein or things that talk about everything all those different mediums like marshall mcluhan he talks about how that a lot of culture in the brain now..

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"daniel burstein" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

Problematic Premium Feed

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"daniel burstein" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

"Champagne sharks. How's it going this trevor. We are doing. The image by daniel burstein the full actual name is the image a guy to pseudo events in america. A lot of the book is at first a setup and then it gets kind of the meat of it of what it's about like about three or four chapters in but the setup is important you know but you'll get kind of a sense of where it's heading from this but starting this off readings going to be a rich adidas elitist. So if you don't mind doing the introduction and the first chapter we did not do our usual thing of Recording beforehand so. We're not sure how long this recording is going to be but we can figure out on the fly. If you wanna finish the chapter ends up going too long we might Stop it halfway through. But we'll figure it out as we go but without further ado Rich whenever you're ready feel free to get started all right. Thanks. y'all yes. The image got suitable events in america by daniel j boston introduction extravagant expectations in this book. I described the world of are making how we have used our wealth. Our literacy our technology and our progress to create the thicket of unreality which stands between us and the facts of life i recount historical forces which have given us this unprecedented opportunity to deceive ourselves and to be fog our experience. Of course. america's provide the landscape and has given us the so the opportunity for the speed of national self hypnosis but each of us individually provides the market and the demand for the allusions which which flood our experience. We want and we believe these lucians because we suffer from extravagant expectations. We expect too much of the world. Our expectations are extravagant in the precise dictionary. Sense of the word quote going beyond the limits of reason and or moderation and quote their obsessive. We pick up the newspaper of breakfast. We expect no. We demand that it brings us momentous events cincinnati before we turn on the car radio as we drive to work and expect the news to have occurred since the morning newspaper went to what the press turning in the evening. We expect our house not only to shelter us to keep us warm in the winter and cool in the summer but to relax us to dignify us to encompass us with soft music and interesting hobbies to be a playground a theater and a bar. We expect a two week vacation to be romantic exotic cheap and effortless. We expect a faraway atmosphere if we go to a nearby place and we expect everything to be relaxing data terry and americanized if we go to a faraway place. We expect new heroes every season in literary masterpiece every a dramatic spectacular every week a rare sensation every.

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