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"daniel hannan" Discussed on The Bible in a Year

The Bible in a Year

04:14 min | 9 months ago

"daniel hannan" Discussed on The Bible in a Year

"No you belong to bell your bells prints and it's just you know you're limited by the sun. God shadrack you are who was like shack. Meshack you are. The servant of nego abednego And that sense of like wow. This is devastating. This is devastating. They're being stripped of who they belong to. And they're being given to these false. Gods in babylon and yet is incredible. Incredible sign of the fact that they refused to belong to babylon even though they were in exile. They refused to live as the people among them. And this is remember. The story of israel they go into the land of canaan they behave like the canaanites they go into the land of the jebusites they behave like the jebusites there in the land of the philistines. The behave philistines and here. Are these four men. Daniel hannan i as michelle and the bronze of land of the babylonians and they refuse they refuse to give up the covenant with the lord the refuse to behave like the babylonians around them in. This is incredible. One of those one of my favorite of all time passages in all of the bible happened today in daniel chapter three king. Nebuchadnezzar makes the golden statue. And then of course. The word gets around that i as ri- michelle are not going to bow down to the statue and navigators are furious. He says i love. This is when you when you hear the sound. You better bow down and worship. If you do not worship you shall immediately be cast into a burning fiery furnace and. He asked the question. And who is the god that will deliver you out of my hands. He's got all the power never gonna has all of the power and then shadrack measham benigo or handed i as michelle entered the king in this is the best thing in the world. It's so good. Oh nebuchadnezzar we have no need to answer you in this matter that. Think big about this. They have no power right now. They're at his mercy. We don't have to answer you just so good if it'd be so he's going to say if it'd be so our god whom we serve is he's able to deliver us from the burning fiery furnace. Yeah god can save us and he will deliver us out of your hand o. King so our god we use a new stripped us of our names gives to these other gods but no our gods still claims us and he is able to deliver us from the burning fiery furnace. But then here comes. The line is chapter three verse eighteen. And he goes on to say but if not but even if he doesn't but even if he will not deliver us out of the fiery furnace so good but even if he doesn't beat known to you o. King that we will not serve your gods or worship the golden image which you have set up. I mean they're talking about faith. Talk about faith is incredible. It's one of the reasons. It's one of my favorites of all time. Because they declared their faith in the.

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The U.K. finally leaves the EU — nearly 4 years after Brexit vote

Glenn Beck

10:47 min | 2 years ago

The U.K. finally leaves the EU — nearly 4 years after Brexit vote

"Brexit day is finally here it's happening at eleven PM European time that'll happen this this afternoon here in America and we wanted to check in on a day I wasn't sure was ever going to come with Daniel Hannan welcome Daniel thank you glad it's a real pleasure as always to be with you and I'm delighted to say it's actually happening at eleven PM UK time your time is something different I I just to make clear to your listeners I'm not a European I'm Rick so you're here and the markets have been collapsed and the seas aren't on fire and there's gonna be food in people's mouths and grocery stores will be open tomorrow I'm looking out my window I don't see any dinosaurs or an asteroid strikes there isn't World War three in fact not only about planned but the UK economy has outperformed the eurozone for the last couple of years we have more people in work than ever before in our history the stock exchange has surged exports are up on manufacturing is up we've attracted more inward investment than any country in the world except China so I think we can reasonably look forward with some optimism and confidence to what the future holds so what did you what does this mean you first well let me let me just say this Hey congratulations B. thank you I appreciate that you guys are you did what we did and seventeen seventy six except we had to have a war over it because you guys are so stupid and stubborn but but when I'm watching what I watch Nigel for AJ is a speech Hey that will I mean I can believe what they did to him in the end they made his point but I thought this is a shot heard around the world just like our declaration of independence was a date eat each you did a very American thing and you did it right you you would you did it without arms and riots I mean that's a remarkable thing you guys have just pulled off well I I could turn that around and and channel Edmund Burke who is of course an empty at the time of the revolution and save you guys did a very precious thing in seventeen seventy six which was to to take to its logical conclusion the arguments in favor of personal freedom and democracy but I tell you this no country that I can think calls ever got poorer as a result of becoming more self governing and I I do think we are feeling something of the mood of optimism that swept over there at that then colonies in in seventeen seventy six I was looking at at John Adams is less is and he I he was only the gloomy est of the found it you know about the fallen nature of man but when that on the day of the declaration of independence even he got caught up with the mood and he wrote to his wife Abigail through all the glue them I can see the rays of ravishing light and glory I can see that the end is worth more than all the means and the prosperity will triumph and you know the bridge or if any reserve people we wouldn't put in such poor returns but that is the mood heather of parties going on all around you know just just I'm I'm speaking to you from London the crowd a little bit down the road outside parliament it is a happy good natured people waving the flag and as I walked past a minute ago they were singing sweet Caroline so it is one of the it's called the great meal but you'll you'll back in charge of Arafat so what do you think's going to happen with the European Union because as I I watch that and are you connected to what he was saying about an out of control government that that's not what we signed up for it's corrupt you are your ignoring us you go your own way you be little us and you belittle the people yeah and I thought if I can relate to it surely the people in France or Germany or you know or Norway or Sweden they're looking at that going Hey you know what what are we doing yeah and that's the thing that I really scared off how old is the E. U. responds to break a person's going to be fine but what's going to happen in the eurozone icy again I don't know but I I don't kill this massive federal justice Powell by over doing it but since you started it there's a fairly because actually started it just by you thought it what is it that the bridge immediately after Yorktown we're in the same kind of mood the Brussels is in now they will hurt and angry but it didn't take long for the British government to realize that its own interests depended on having a good quality old relationship with the new country and so that the new administration under Sheldon in in seventeen eighty two that we're gonna open all of our ports in the in person in the carribean to all American vessels we're gonna renounce all our claims on all the transmetalation terror trees you know Adams in NJ infringing couldn't believe the general city but from the British point of view it was the correct thing to do because we understood that free trade is good for everybody that it that that we wanted to have rich neighbors because rich neighbors make good customers and that's how it worked out now please remember the you did come back in in eighteen twelve to you know start a war and and burn our White House only the most ridiculous wall at the right the reason but it won't be guy and was over before the first it is the only significant engagement took place after the peace terms have been fined for news right but it's a bit too but I mean that that that that the interesting thing is if he could respond to the brexit vote by saying okay I wonder why we got that wrong maybe we we become a bit too remote baby we need to reconnect maybe the Italians all that dot jewel the poles of the Danes will feel similarly let's try and anticipate let's trying devolve a little bit of but you know so far they've done exactly the opposite they said all great now that the Brits are the way we can have a European army and we can have a European tax system and we have more and more power to the center and I think if they insist on taking back line then the E. you will fall apart sooner rather than later so Daniel I've never understood the parliamentary system never understood I mean you guys seem to be going through prime ministers like water it we have a different system with our impeachment but that's really what we're talking about now is whether you can impeach someone that didn't do anything illegal may do stuff that you didn't like but but really if impeachment is more of a vote of no confidence which our founders never intended what what do we look like to you a as a historian can you give us some perspective where you're not connected to it and and and be just as a as a brit well I mean I'm not gonna say something that is is probably guarantee to offend every single person listening to you whether they're Democrat or Republican whether they support or oppose the impeachment which is a I don't think that Donald Trump colluded with Russia and I don't think that he behaved in an impeachable way over the Ukraine business but I think that what we know of his behavior is so on presidential and and so indicative of bad character and bad judgment that should count against him politically and I I reckon that statement is offended absolutely everybody be calls one of the things that is very striking about the U. S. discourse of the moment is that everyone has to be a hundred percent one way or the other yes everyone has to be you know and to say anything in between to say for example is great the Donald Trump is cutting taxes although it's a pity he lied about releasing his own tax return or to say it's fantastic that he's deregulating radio but you but you know what a pity that he thinks his okay to mock the family of a deceased American servicemen the you never hear anybody saying those things because it's become so tribal I'm so polarized I'm not gonna say that does worry me you know the the the extent to which people in the U. S. now see the other side as enemies rather than as fellow citizens with a different opinion and and a great democracy can only take so much of that so as a historian you've watched us for a long long time Hey you know our history the I think it was Churchill said one of the great your greatest things about Americans is after they've tried everything else they finally to awry do we do we how do we get out of this one Daniel yeah I mean that America is still the greatest Republic on a this is a fantastic fantastic country and saying that because it's true but the main street yeah I mean you liberated millions of people from tyranny you put the flag of your country on the moon you you created the most open and free system of government on a and those things have deep roots but I would say you know they they depend on people valuing the rule of law and the process and the rules and business the thing that I find alarming about the US now is how in different people did you process when they happen to favor a particular outcome I mean yeah it's a trivial example but I would say that both Barack Obama and Donald Trump exceeded that powers and cycling Congress in order to tamper with the rules on immigration Obama did it to liberalize immigration trump did it to Tyson and oppression but the number of people who who condemns in both you could come pretty much on your fingers you know and the thing is I have the address right or is wrong it is not right when it happens to be your guide the wrong one is the other guy and the the the the the the as soon as you lose sight of that and you get into this kind of anything goes that's when you risk becoming like in our Guatemala rolled through all all all somewhere else that is it it had a a much weaker history of the rule of law and of a peaceful democratic politics Daniel Hannan it is always great the two to talk to you and your your insight is great and I I'm so happy and there are millions of Americans that are cheering for your freedom today to chart your own course and to be your own country and to fly your flag with pride we appreciate that cousins right back after Douglas's thank you Daniel Hannan from London

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"daniel hannan" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

07:50 min | 2 years ago

"daniel hannan" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Minutes listening to a politician on the left and not hear about how the rich pay their fair share what is fair share what is the word fair even me social commentator Daniel Hannan is a brilliant answer in the new video for pre university cedar Prager you dot com where we teach what is terrific is Joel Pollak P. O. L. L. A. K. E. senior editor at large of Breitbart news by the way scarlet letter was by Nathaniel Hawthorne not Meldal just I know thank you for that yeah I'm no you know that but I I'm I'm like I'm crazy about the accuracy of the program I do with my own self so I wanted to talk to you I mean we have limited time here the G. A. O. has said the the president violated the law are your are your reaction to that well president Obama's administration was found by the GAO to have violated federal law at least seven times during his two terms it's an advisory opinion from the government accountability office and politicians on both sides go to this office it's run by Congress it's not independent outside of the government somehow offering impartial decisions is offering a review often of spending decisions so people go to jail when they have a question about the appropriateness of a of a spending program whether something was spent properly they also deal with contracting disputes and then it gets really murky so they offer these advisory opinions which are supposed to guide the other branches and guide the functions of government but there are seven cases in which president Obama or the Obama administration violated federal law and these are not impeachable offenses I mean if I leave the seven to you some of them sound more serious like the pope Bergdahl trade remember Obama sent five senior Taliban leaders to don't in exchange for beau Bergdahl was later convicted of deserting the army that was a pretty serious deal but even there the violation they found wasn't the deal itself but that Obama failed to notify the relevant congressional committees thirty days in advance that's still a big problem but these are impeachable offenses other things that the Obama administration got in trouble for doing with the GAO what were for example sending out an email from the department of housing and urban development encouraging people to contact their senators to support the budget for the housing and urban development department that was a violation of a federal law against lobbying okay they shouldn't do that the GAO weighed in and said you shouldn't do that but nobody says we have to impeach Barack Obama because his administration violated federal law in fact the Supreme Court ruled unanimously that includes the justices he appointed state ruled unanimously that Obama violated the constitution when he declared the Senate in recess so here you got a point Cordray to the labor relations board when the Senate didn't want to confirm it well that was a nine zero decision Obama violated the constitution all that had to be reversed but nobody said let's impeach him because he tried to do something that he thought was legal others said one in legal I mean these are disputes among agencies or branches of the federal government is not high crimes and misdemeanors but Democrats are using this finding to argue retroactively that trump was impeached for violating this minor position a provision of the impoundment control act any watching Nancy Pelosi trying to explain his yesterday was comical again because she couldn't pronounce the word impoundment she kept saying empowerment you violated the empowerment act there is no such act so they can't even get it straight you have to see the comedy and some of this it's it's funny if you take a step back obviously it's doing a lot of damage to the country but I think if you look at how ridiculous the behavior is of some of these characters were trying to track down a president in the midst of the greatest economic expansion since the second World War it's it's laughable and laughter gives you the ability to look through it all and and I I love the happiness are you doing your program dentist is a reminds me that you can choose to be happy circumstances help good fortune helps but you constant often choose how you feel about a situation and I choose to laugh at a lot of this because the Democrats are there like Wylie coyote as someone said they keep ordering the new invention from acne that's going to get the road runner but they end up falling off the cliff every time one final question as of now there is really no front runner for the Democratic Party nomination and every one of them frightened a substantial number of Democrats except with the possible exception of booted gender may not frighten a substantial number obviously Elizabeth Warren frightens liberals is she still left Biden frightens leftist for whatever reason even though he he he would say anything for any group to win so let's say there is no fee no winner and the first or second ballot at the democratic convention do you do you see some messianic figure showing up I don't I think they would try to put some kind of ticket together that they think would have that appeal there's talk of Michelle Obama being drafted to run that sort of thing but I don't think that they're going to succeed I think they're too flattered when I watch them argue it looks to me somewhat like Republicans looked in twenty twelve just two divided over who they wanted to be and you mentioned judge for example the left hates him especially that the wall collapsed they hate him why because he is gay marriage looks to heterosexual this was actually said by Yale professor that he and his husband are to heteronormative in the way they relate to one another when they kiss in public or appear in public together so he's not woke enough he worked for mackenzie which is a consulting firm the left doesn't like me and all in all and he's just not working out for them I have to tell you I think Bernie Sanders is surging and I think one of the reasons he surging is that many Democrats have given up on winning they're looking at these candidates and they're saying we don't have a leader in this bunch as long as we don't however let's at least use our votes to send a message to the party establishment and what CNN did the other night when they tried to rig the debate essentially against Bernie by colluding with Elizabeth Warren on this ridiculous question of what Bernie said in a private meeting about whether a woman could win or not saw that they said you know what the Democrats are colluding with CNN again I'm gonna support Bernie because at least with Bernie I know I'm standing up to somebody all right my friend I got it I got a cold thank you so much Joel Pollak you can reach him at Breitbart news back in a moment the Dennis Prager show live from the room gosh waking up over and over to your name is not okay but now you can reduce those nighttime bathroom trips with the ingredients in super beta prostate P. three advanced we're talking about less urges.

Daniel Hannan
"daniel hannan" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

08:13 min | 2 years ago

"daniel hannan" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"You can spend five minutes listening to a politician on the left and not hear about how the rich pay their fair share what is fair share what does the word fair even me social commentator Daniel Hannan as a brilliant answer in the new video from Purdue University cedar Prager you dot com where we teach what is the full is a brilliant what is fair good to see the old should see if kids should see it when I'm speaking to the man Daniel Hannan as it happens who's in Strasbourg you'll be theoretically unemployed in the in the in the finite period of time very soon yes two weeks left so if any listeners to the British okay and let you know of anything they hit please get in touch and I'd like to hire you not on the the the reason ladies and gentleman is that Britain is leaving the European Union and Daniel Hannan is a member of the European Parliament so why are you packing things up is that why you were Strasbourg I literally am yet this is my uncle said that the European Parliament have this funny thing where it travels to Strasbourg every month for a week to keep the French happy so we have these two different places let me since I've been here I've got a couple of weeks ago in in Brussels that the fit my law my last time his so yes I'm surrounded by packing boxes but if you want I I mean very rarely can someone have brief a depressed sigh of relief on the day of his redundancy than I will on the thirty first of January because I see this as the beginning of that corroborates period of global engagement for the U. K. and in particular I look forward to having a much closer commercial relationship with our allies in the United States something we haven't been able to do because when you're in the E. U. profils control will look up trade policy you for a bunch of reasons didn't really want a proper free trade agreement with the United States but we can rectify that and I think it pile up between the the world's largest and fifth largest economies it's good news for everybody by the way I love your term day of redundancy I can think of so many people who should have said today that it should become a formal matter Nancy Pelosi has he convinced me because I I I I did have you know we just had a general election in the UK last month the night eight I I wondered whether I should hope from the one parliament to the other and I thought you know there is that there's a reason why people came up with the idea of ten minutes eight eight eight imports and not to get so institutionalize the touch with what's happening in the rest of the world not like being twenty one years all while in parliament and I just thought I colonel in conscience the night that I would eighteen and more energetic representative when I first started the lamb up to twenty years of procuring the same routine and I I think this idea of making people do stuff in the private sector is it's good for that as well it's good for the the the country well it's a credit to you I mean it the ideal and show such as self awareness do you see a trend and then I'm coming actually to a park to before before I would ask you to answer I was just reading about the Taiwan election as it was of a massive room could I put it without being vulgar but to a massive demonstration of displeasure with the Beijing regime which is remarkable given the size of Taiwan and the size of China then I look in Brazil I look at the truly unpredicted up not just to win about massive win of Boris Johnson in your country of course Donald Trump here and then there's hungry then there's Poland and I eat so here about two quarts a two part question is there a trend and what role do you believe Donald Trump if any has played in this trend I think there is there is a trend there's a a movement away from the daily is of a of an elite that has become remote and self serving and that reaction can take various forms some of the most benign than others I think it is understandable that people have reacted against a want to become a sort of self serving cost but it's become counsel from the people it's supposed to represent what we must make sure that the killer is is not worth than the disease right in in turning ACT scan I'd be rathan Mayes aid internationalists nearing political elite we don't actually want to turn our backs on personal freedom free trade democracy and all the other things that have grown up over the last hundred years and so I I I I think actually Boris is probably the the the best example of someone who has been the beneficiary of an anti politics movement who has portrayed himself as a quite genuinely as unsuccessfully as as the voice all ordinary decent patriotic people against a fading political policy but who he is if we did that a a a a the humane open mind the the civilized man you know that the the there's no danger of him threatening to look opponent stop or changing the constitution in the way that often on the whatever and you know we we we can identify the the disease but we've got to make sure the diagnosis report it the the the prescription is proportional to the diagnosis right and so the park to what role as Donald Trump played if any well I mean I'm conflicted really about all come I will I will I didn't think it was a great choice at the law presidential election I think of the two I do I do held my nose and backed him but I'd have done so well aware of the folks that come with him and in particular I think if it's his indifference to due process when it happens to like the outcome he is very ready to flight line Congress to take a an expansive interpretation of the powers of the presidency and the people who objected when Obama did this need to ask very carefully whether that okay when it happens to be someone from that team doing it because on what grounds is a future elected president gonna be opposed if people haven't made that stand on to process limitation of executive power and defense of the prerogatives as the as the what do you have in mind as an example is the assassination of somewhat Laney an example I I I you know dot one just as in the Obama he is then be argued about the legality break down okay predictably on on partisan lines but in a way that's the point you know he I mean the people for example who protested when a bomb sidelined Congress in order to liberalize immigration policy almost none of them complained wherein trump tried to fight like Congress to tighten immigration policy now either either the president have that power it doesn't it's not okay what do you think that power because you happen to approve of what he's doing but wrong would you happen to prove it right well look at all right yes Sir the process when they like the outcome is the perfect all right that's a great subject for in the next time it together and unless you have time because I was told.

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"daniel hannan" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

05:29 min | 3 years ago

"daniel hannan" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Side of history our buddy Ben Shapiro great book free to choose now that's a classic Milton Friedman unbelievable book the Thomas all readers there again great book and the new road to serfdom Daniel Hannan but there's an eighth book liberty in Terni rights he says those who only know mark live in sorry for the radio program Sunday night show on fox I'm missing out on one of conservatism's best writers live ins books offer detailed fleshed out renderings of the arguments he makes ana shows their punchy witty and easily digestible his books on the Supreme Court had to restore liberty to our Republican both excellent his best but he says is Libyan tearing still which sold more than one point five million copies the New York times bestseller list for three months that was number one for three months in a row fourteen weeks total Amazon is number two best selling book of the year the vents manifesto spells out what it means to be a conservative in an age of rising state ism and socialism celebrity internee living discusses the virtues of faith the founding fathers the free market in the constitution all I landing devastating body blows to the threadbare argument to the left it's a great book for anyone seeking to understand conservative ideology while loading up on rebuttals to modern status I feel that way about and freedom of the press and freedom of the press is my next now my second most successful book my eighth book yes behind Libyan tourney what's amazing about on freedom of the press it just keep chugging along we got no support from some of the biggest talk show hosts and the country no support some some of the biggest TV hosts and the country but it just keeps plodding along because of you word of mouth you hear people calling from all over the country people listen to the audio as they drive across the country the gentleman from South Carolina you just heard him another gentleman called from Cleveland Ohio all across America this is a unifying mission we have here a unifying mission to tell the truth they get our news rooms back and people have written me and they've told me that never before they look at a new show the same way never before they listen to a new show the same way it's like getting the code being able to unravel it that's why twenty two hundred comments normais twenty two hundred comments in three months five star rating five star straight through even the left goes in there to keep popping one stars up there's too many of you to allow that to happen you've heard me talk about this book you've heard me promote what's in the book you've heard me read from the book but I've only touched the tip of the iceberg here and have a million of you have responded but a million of you have it so I want to strictly strongly carried you to participate in what we're trying to do here one of things about Amazon is via drop off the top one hundred sales list the discount is reduced now I see what number ninety six that's pretty damn good after five months of sales on Amazon but if you want to get your copy she's made forty percent off want to get your copy at forty percent off you got act now before it drops and under a hundred and Christmas and Hanukkah thanksgiving be thinking about all those things but more than that think about the mission you can hear the way I sound I expect to be back here tomorrow that's my absolute intention of everything I can to be here I feel a little bit under the weather but you know I'm not going to war I'm not breaking rocks not a plumber not an electricians need to hard work at a brick layer not a construction worker at a truck driver they do hard work yes me behind a microphone so it's my intention to be here let's continue let's go to Kathleen Bronxville New York I'm learning how are you hi what have you ABC the whole family along the liberal east coast where all your fans read all your books and I thank you for all you do to educate the American public a while ago about the the life I want to confirm what you said about the immigration laws one other came from your custom and a clean clean nineteen twenty seven I work at the lip and made her wealthy banking family and save the money could bring her fifty two year old widowed mother and her young the third in York when they arrive he had an apartment yes they're waiting for them they were turned down at Ellis Island I'm the reason they were turned down even though I let my grandmother was perfect five seconds turn down because my mother didn't have enough savings hi my friend.

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"daniel hannan" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"daniel hannan" Discussed on 790 KABC

"We how the. New make more money. She's not running for president. Okay. This is really amazing. I love that. He responds to mccallum's. Critique by saying, why don't you pay more money? She's not the one proposing that everyone should pay more money. My goodness. Why do not understand the charge of policies are or maybe you do? And you just think you can get away with it. Because hell they're bunch of people in the democratic base who are willing to forget that you want supported the the communists in Nicaragua vacation in the USSR. And so now, you are front running despite being a useless octogenarian who has never done anything of use in your entire life. He was kicked off a communist nineteen seventies for being too lazy? You know hard. That is to do really amazing. But he isn't indeed the front runner. We'll bring him more on Bernie Sanders coming up in a little bit. I we're gonna be joined momentarily by Daniel Hannan. Daniel is a member of European parliament for southeast England. He's also one of the more brilliant orders on the western seen today. His latest book is what next had to get the best from Brexit. He will bring us the update on the Brexit process. What comes next and how can how can Britain navigate its way through. What is a rough patch? Here is the Ben Shapiro show. KABC news, live.

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"daniel hannan" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

06:31 min | 3 years ago

"daniel hannan" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Trump twenty twenty prediction from politico. That is interesting. And I think true also we have a sheriff from Washington state. He's going to be coming on with us to talk about the new gun laws, and how the sheriffs are opposing this. And what the state is doing to try to punish the sheriff's. It's pretty amazing. That's coming up. Also, Matt Kibi is going to be joining us on three gun printing. Because the New Zealand just said, okay, all guns gun can't sell any of these things went farther than anybody had ever imagined. And they're celebrating over New Zealand. The authorities are celebrating over New Zealand New Zealand has just made that shooter their king and will explain coming up in just a minute. Also over in England things are getting even crazier. Listen to this story. Unsteady? Hey, the swimming outside of police headquarters because one of our guests on the show later on Twitter who has a boy who was a son who was born then transitioned to a girl they refer to the wrong potent. As a hey, or a boy that was the debates on Twitter as results of that, Susie. Greene said that she found this actually distressing and spiteful made a complaint to sorry police who now tell us that they are actually investigating as a hate crime hate crime have a maximum prison sentence of anything up to two years. This is the time. Of course, when we've been talking about loss on the program, we've rising knife crime around the country. Also violence is soaring in the UK as well. Should the police be prioritizing ah crimes like this crimes is a crime crimes like this to say what you know, the gender that someone was born as if you like this. You go to jail for two years for saying that in England two years at of on and while knifes crimes are soaring. Yeah. Why are knife crime soaring because people people will kill people you take away the gun. They'll kill people with knives. You take away the knives. They'll kill people with rocks. This is this is a human trait, and we're ignoring all of the human traits. Yeah. I think it was Tim pool. That was on Joe Rogan's podcast a few weeks ago, we played the clips of him with a Twitter Twitter, and he made a great point, which I had I had never really thought about which is they talk about miss 'gendering on social networks, which is okay, as they just explained a man has transitioned to a woman, and you call them a man that is a miss 'gendering. And they'll kick you off Twitter for that in Great Britain. You can get a couple of years in jail apparently for it, however to half the country the idea that you would miss gender someone. This is the opposite. Where if you call someone who has supposedly transition from male to female, if you call them a female, your miss 'gendering them the science, according to science and about half the country. So there is a real political undertow. It's not a fact based judgment. No, it's saying which side of this argument is correct. And then enforcing their side. Only have you seen the movie Brexit yet. Parts of it. You know, Oscar cover bunch. That's that's not Benedict Cumberbatch. Yeah. Okay. There's a lot of syllables. That's all. I remember. Yeah. He I actually love him. I think he's he's really great actor great actor. There's this movie out called Brexit. And I watched it last night. And it is really worth your time. Watching did you because I had the impression I saw about half an hour of an DVR. I watched it with one eye, and I don't know British politics. Well, enough to know how in fact, I've got a guy from Scotland who's now my executive assistant, and and I'm going to ask him to watch it and tell me the subtle things that I might have missed, but it seemed pretty fair to me. Well, yeah. 'cause I was expecting it to be the relieve side would be trashed in the states or remain side would be praised. That's what I was expanded. No, they they they split the leave side into two camps. The Steve Bannon camp. Steve was part of that. And the Steve Bannon camp that was using race to say we gotta get out. And then the not Nigel Farraj, Daniel Hannan Daniel Hannan Zaid, and that's the number bunches side Cumberbatch, and he's and you see you see them find their starting to use algorithms in this new company comes in from Canada. And and Bannon is using Cambridge Analytica. Okay. And he's finding all kinds of stuff out, but the other side of exit. They don't know any they're they're not dealing with them at all. In fact, they say we don't want anything to do with those guys, but they're using this new scientific data as well. And they find that people are really seething under the surface and the government people. They just don't get it. They don't get it the exit peop- or the stay in people. They don't see it coming at all until this scene. And I want you to I want you to listen to this. Now, this is a a scene from the movie, and it is a. Focus group where the focus group person is is not making the case to the focus group that the government really wants to make that these things are not true. And they're really going to hurt you, and blah, blah, blah. So they have everybody a Representative from all of these different viewpoints in society, and you can the first time they meet it's not so clear, but as the exit people find them first and start to listen to them and amplify, the voice of those who feel unheard those who feel unheard and a felt unheard for a long time start to express it loudly in this focus group, and it's amazing. It shuts down the entire thing. This is what's happening in America as well. I want you to listen to this. And and see if you don't rely. Late in summer guard. Well will happen. The.

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"daniel hannan" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

12:14 min | 3 years ago

"daniel hannan" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"This week we or this year, we have we've set a new goal that we're going to really focus on things that matter that really matter and I wanted to just kind of recap some of the show that we've had today and what we still have coming up. We have Laura Wilkerson. She's an angel mom on the border. This is so critical that Donald Trump wins this and at the same time. I think the government is just being made into a joke. I think people are seeing that government still closed. And with a few exceptions where everything's running fine. And that's the point. That's the point the American people who believe in small government have been making for a long time. We don't get our power from government. We don't get. We don't get our marching orders from government. They get it from us. And we're fine. We're fine. I mean, we need the government to do some basic things. But that's what the constitution is for. So we're gonna talk about the border. But we've we've also talked about politics of meaning and Brexit we had Daniel Hannan on earlier today. Daniel Hannan is the guy who really brought Brexit to to Europe. I mean to to England he's really the guy who's been spearheading this thing they're going to go through some dicey times in England. And as he said, there are people in Brussels. That would rather have the entire e you suffer. Then have England prosper. Because it's going to encourage other countries to follow their lead if they do prosper, which he believes they will by the way, and I do too if he didn't have nefarious people involved. But I I want to bring this up. Because look at the things of real. Meaning that just Brexit touches Brexit touches, civility and unrest. The economy. Allies and politics of meaning they're now going to put in possibly possibly two out of five Britain's voted for what's his name, Jeremy Corbyn, Jeremy Corbyn, the guy when I said, he's a socialist Daniel Hannan said, well, this I don't think is ever said about you, your your underplaying the story and basically described a deep communist radical and an anti Semite that might be the next prime minister just because people are unhappy with the government, and he hates the British government. I hope to God that doesn't happen. But look what they have socialist communist a guy who's is an anti Semite supports openly, supports HAMAs. Hezbollah russia. What do we have here? I mean, the whole world is going through this the western world. And I don't think it's a coincidence. What do we have here the women's movement? We told you earlier today is completely falling apart. Over half of the people that participated and sponsored last year or out and because they know it's an anti-semitic organization. It's not a good organization, and the people who are in the organization are doubling down and saying we're not gonna do this in Los Angeles. Because we think it's going to be a lot of white people showing up. Oh, okay. I thought this was a women's movement. And so there it's just collapsing. Do we get a is there a moment at any point where we go back and look at all the organizations and media networks that heaped praise on the women's March movement for the last couple of years. I know now they might be pulling out. But do they need to go back and maybe revisit their former opinions. Goss who said this is a radical radical organization you were called you just hate women. You're you're a misogynist if you said those things those things were true. Those things were true as the Democratic Party pretty much verifies by pulling out their support yesterday. I mean, these are People's Democratic Party has members that go and travel and visit the Castro family and the Assad family. I mean, if they're pulling out or something. What is it? So look at what Europe is doing in England is now doing with Jeffrey Corbin and now look over here a causE' oh Cortes, the women's movement. It's the same stock. It's the same group of people and Beto now Beto is that L is somebody that most people don't know. But let me give you a quote that. He said when they said you like the constitution, he's supporter of the constitutions. It's still relevant. This was his response. I'm hesitant to answer. Because I really feel the constitution deserves its do. And I don't want to give you actually just selfishly. I don't wanna sound bite of it reported. But yeah, I think that's a question of the moment. Does this still work cannon empire? Listen to this canon empire like ours with military presence in over one hundred and seventy countries around the globe trading relationships security agreements in every continent. Can it still be managed by the same prince? Symbols that were set down two hundred and thirty plus years ago. No because if we were actually living by those principles, we wouldn't have a military presence in one hundred seventy different countries. So he's saying, you know, I want to give the constitution. It's do. I mean it had its place in it's time. But I don't know as a global entity if this still works he treated like it's the model t it's like, look great historical thing and Ford did some good stuff with that. But I mean, obviously, we're not driving on the roads. Now, that's how they figure the constitution is relevant to where we are. They look at the constitution as like you said the model t instead of the combustion engine. You know what I mean? Yeah. No engines have improved in some ways, but the principles are still there. Yeah. The basic principles of transportation are still there. You know? Well, you know, airplanes still had their their place, you know, but I'm not really sure the biplane will the biplane doesn't have a place in today's modern aviation. However, the principles behind what they. They did to take off. Those are valid. We'll uncomfortable will with you opposing the be in airplanes and the LBJ t- community of airplanes and aviation, by planes are completely acceptable. You should not be criticized. I apologize one wing can have sex with another wing, even though they're exactly the same as they're all different. Are they can hold shoes. I'm bottom. I'm top. I'm top. I'm bottom. They can choose. I think the seaplane plane would be the transgendered plane because that can both go the water and fly in the air. I'm not I just I I think he can build this whole thing out and just all work on. This has all start my own my own advocacy group, and then I can start my own March that gets abandoned by the Democratic Party and a couple of years who is asking the question. How do you short circuit this? How do you short circuit what's happening around the globe? It's not just us. It's not Donald Trump. It's not Donald Trump. Donald Trump just happened to be the right guy at the right time or the wrong guy at the wrong time. If that's the way you wanna look at it. He didn't create what's going on. He capitalized on it. He just did what no one in Europe is doing now to the people. He's there's no one in England. Maybe Daniel Hannan that is actually listening to what the people said. Now look at this with. Look at this with two things we talked about earlier slick at the border. The people have spoken if you look at the border, and you look at the polling you may not be for a border wall. But a border fence very few people in America are like ibew borderless. I don't care who's coming in very very few people. That's the democratic position. That's their position. Now, it wasn't just a few years ago. But it is now while they wanted mitt that exactly right. They'll say, well, of course, you want border security. We just don't want the wall. We just don't wanna fence they'll still say that they want it monitored. But I mean, they really done anything to a monitor in the last few years they've done nothing. All they would disagree with that. Beyond like, forget it. Okay. Forget what what you're doing at the border. We know that ten fifteen million people have crossed the border and are here illegally. And we know they want to do them. So the fact that people got crossed the border in many cases, not all you know, it's about the majority is still overstayed visas. Bottom line, though, is they want illegal immigrants to be able to get a pathway to citizenship. Right. I mean, who cares if they crossed the border if they come in on planes, or however, they get here. That's their end goal. They also said that they would never ever they would never ever let a Bama care go into the hands of illegals you buy. Oh, yeah. That was a scandal. Well, it's happened it happened. So you have to just watch people on their actions. Yes, exactly and politicians on both sides of the aisle when it comes to the border. I mean, George Bush was was not that bad. But he was just as bad in many ways on the border. He wasn't doing anything on the border. That was the real wakeup call for me. Wait a minute. Who are you George Bush? Why won't you take care of this? Wait a minute this illegal aliens. What are you doing by the way Bush did do some fencing across the border? And if you look at the crossings in those areas down bang d percent, I mean entire regions are down ninety percent. There's a decent amount of fence that is up. I love that rate and the parts where the parts where there are no with where there is no fence. There hasn't been dropped though. Some of them are lower traffic areas. It's it's it is hilarious because you know, if it didn't matter so much it would it would become a cool. But the idea that you can't commit to having a physical barrier, which is one of the cheapest ways to monitor the border. It's is it going to stop everything. No, no, one thinks it will. So what we're doing is. We're arguing about a wall what we should be arguing about is border security, the problem with that though is the Democrats say they want it. And I know that when they get in the position to implemented. The reason why people are at a wall is because they don't believe anybody on border security because everybody on both sides of said, oh, I'm for border security. You're right. You haven't done anything about it is like I I got a check overstate. Visas. Hello. It's been eighteen years. That was the problem with nine eleven you haven't done anything about that. That's not fixed. You're not serious about it. This is the Bubba effect. So the first part of the Bubba effect is people stand up and say, you know, what? No, I want this because I don't trust you guys because you'll change the deal. That's what's happening in Brexit. Right now, the politicians don't wanna do it the people do and so they decided, well, let's just mealy mouth around. Let's do a gang of eight thing. That's not gonna work. It's not gonna work. And so you get more and more anti English anti EU, anti whatever it is western way of life. Anti-american people who are standing up that includes radicals who have different ideas about the country like Jeremy Corbyn, who is a real radical in all of the worst sort of ways. And then you get people.

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"daniel hannan" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"daniel hannan" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"America. There's a lot on our plate. Today. We have Daniel Hannan coming up in just a few minutes. Daniel Hannan is a a member of the European Union. Not a happy member. Probably the best member of the European Union. There was the Brexit vote yesterday. It did not go well for Theresa May, they're they're really kind of deciding whether or not she's even going to be the prime minister here soon, I think this was kind of a setup for her. It was all in the cards. But now what happens now what happens the die hard antisemitic? Socialist is the one who's pushing it looks like to be the next prime minister. They've got a government kind of shutdown now not listening to the people. We have the same thing. We also have in Russia. A homosexual genocide it's happening in Chechnya. We have a member of the LGBT community if you will the network in Russia, we can't even say their name on the air release released their identity because they are afraid of being scooped up tortured and killed in in Russia. Now, it's very bad. Are you hearing this from anybody on the left? Why not? Oh, and one more thing the Democratic Party has quit the women's March after an explosive segment of Louis Farrakhan on the view, really that's why they quit. No. That's not why they quit. I'll tell you. Why? As we begin the show in one minute. This is the Glenn Beck program. So.

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"daniel hannan" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"daniel hannan" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"This is the Glenn Beck program. Well, Hello, America. There's a lot on our plate. Today. We have Daniel Hannan coming up in just a few minutes. Daniel Hannan is a a member of the European Union. Not a happy member. Probably the best member of the European Union. There was the Brexit vote yesterday. It did not go well for Theresa May, they're they're really kind of deciding whether or not she's even going to be the prime minister here soon, I think this was kind of a setup for her. It was all in the cards. But now what happens now what happens the die hard antisemitic? Socialist is the one who's pushing it looks like to be the next prime minister. They've got a government kind of in shutdown now, not listening to the people. We have the same thing. We also have in Russia. A homosexual genocide it's happening in Chechnya. We have a member of the LGBT community. If you will the the network in Russia, we can't even say their name on the air release released their identity because they are afraid of being scooped up tortured and killed in in Russia. Now, it's very bad. Are you hearing this from anybody on the left? Why not? Oh, and one more thing the Democratic Party has quit the women's March after an explosive segment about Louis Farrakhan on the view, really. That's why they quit. No. That's not why they quit out tell you why. As we begin the show in one minute. This is the Glenn Beck program. So.

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"daniel hannan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"daniel hannan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Had a conversation with Daniel Hannan today. He's from the European parliament. He's trying to he's trying to destroy his own job and eliminate his job by getting rid of the EU for England. It's a mess over in England. We talked to him, and he said some rather disturbing things about Jeremy Corbyn. Maybe challenging for the prime minister seat. Maybe. And also the members of the EU themselves on how they'd rather see the whole thing and everyone suffer then allow Great Britain. And to go out and be successful. What we're seeing over in Great Britain. And in Europe is exactly what we're seeing here on our own border. This is what this is really all about the politicians. Not listening to the people, and we'll begin there in one minute. This is the Glenn Beck program. We're always talking for one minute. At a time was a couple of times during this half hour. So we can get right back into the show and spend more time with you. I wanna tell you about our sponsor this half hour. It is Goldline. I think in especially when you you go back if you if you can't listen to that interview, I did with Daniel Hannan. I think the last two minutes of that conversation is quite disturbing. When you think about what it might mean for the economy of the world. But when things become uncertain the world rushes to gold, it always does I think we're headed. I feel the same way today that I did in two thousand seven and the beginning of two thousand eight we are on the edge of something. And it's it's going to be game changing. Please protect yourself. Happy times are here. Yeah..

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"daniel hannan" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"daniel hannan" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"We have Daniel Hannan coming up in just a few minutes. Daniel Hannan is a a member of the European Union. Not a happy member. Probably the best member of the European Union. There was the Brexit vote yesterday. It did not go well for Theresa May, they're they're really kind of deciding whether or not she's even going to be the prime minister here soon. I think this was kind of a setup for her. It was all the in the cards. But now what happens now what happens the die hard antisemitic? Socialist is the one who's pushing it looks like to be the next prime minister. They've got a government shutdown now not listening to the people. We have the same thing. We also have in Russia. A homosexual genocide it's happening in Chechnya. We have a member of the LGBT community if you will the network in Russia, we can't even say their name on the air release released their identity because they are afraid of being scooped up tortured and killed in in Russia. Now, it's very bad. Are you hearing this from anybody on the left? Why not? Oh, one more thing. The Democratic Party has quit the women's March after an explosive segment about Louis Farrakhan on the view, really. That's why they quit. No. That's not why they quit. I'll tell you. Why? As we begin the show in one minute. This is the Glenn Beck program. So both my daughters have been in the.

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"daniel hannan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"daniel hannan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Fusion of entertainment and enlightenment. This is the Glenn Beck program had a conversation with Daniel Hannan today. He's from the European parliament. He's trying he's trying to destroy his own job and eliminate his job by getting rid of the EU for England. It's a mess. Overnight England, we talked to him, and he said some rather disturbing things about the Jeremy Corbyn who maybe challenging for the prime Minister Syed, maybe. And also the members of the U themselves on how they'd rather see the whole thing and everyone suffer then a mile Great Britain to go out and be successful. What we're seeing over in Great Britain. And in Europe is exactly what we're seeing here on our own border. This is what this is really all about the politicians. Not listening to the people. And we'll begin there in one minute. This is the Glenn Beck program. We're always talking for one minute at a time would stop a couple of times during this half hour. So we can get right back into the show has been more time with you. I wanna tell you about our sponsor this half hour. It is Goldline. I think in especially when you you go back if you if you can't listen to that interview, I did with Daniel Hannan. I think the last two minutes of that conversation is quite disturbing. When you think about what it might mean for the economy of the world. But when things become uncertain the world rushes to gold, it always does I think we're headed. I feel the same way today that I did in two thousand seven and the beginning of two thousand eight we are on the edge of something. And it's it's going to be game changing. Please protect yourself. Happy times are here. Yeah. If.

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"daniel hannan" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

11:55 min | 3 years ago

"daniel hannan" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Mean, we need the government to do some basic things. But that's what the constitution is for. So we're gonna talk about the border. But we've we've also talked about politics of meaning and Brexit we had Daniel Hannan on earlier today. Daniel Hannan is the guy who really brought Brexit to to Europe. I mean to to England he's really the guy who's been spearheading. This thing they're going to go through some dicey times in England. And as he said, there are people in Brussels. That would rather have the entire e you suffer then have England prosper because it's going to encourage other countries to follow their lead, if they do prosper, which he believes they will by the way, and I didn't have nefarious people involved. But I I want to bring this up. Because look at the things of real. Meaning that just Brexit touches Brexit touches, civility and unrest. The economy. Allies and politics of meaning they're now going to put in possibly possibly two out of five Britain's voted for what's his name, Jeremy Corbyn, Jeremy Corbyn, the guy when I said, he's a socialist Daniel Hannan said, well, this I don't think has ever said about you, your your underplaying the story and basically described a deep communist radical and an anti Semite that might be the next prime minister just because people are unhappy with the government, and he hates the British government. I hope to God that doesn't happen. But look at what they have socialist communist a guy who's is an anti Semite supports openly, supports HAMAs. Hezbollah russia. What do we have here? I mean, the whole world is going through this the western world. And I don't think it's a coincidence. What do we have here the women's movement? We told you earlier today is completely falling apart. Over half of the people that participated and sponsored last year or out and because they know it's an anti-semitic organization. It's not a good organization and the bealer in the organization are doubling down and saying we're not gonna do this in Los Angeles. Because we think it's going to be a lot of white people showing up. Oh, okay. I thought this was a women's movement. And so there it's just collapsing. Do we get a is there a moment at any point where we go back and look at all the organizations and media networks that heaped praise on the women's March movement for the last couple years. I know now they might be pulling out. But do they need to go back? And maybe revisit their former opinions apologized who said this is a radical radical organization you were called you just hate women. You're you know, you're a misogynist if you said those things those things were true. Those things are true as the Democratic Party pretty much verifies by pulling out their support yesterday. I mean, these are people that we've the Democratic Party has members that go and travel and visit the Castro family and the Assad family. I mean, if they're pulling out something what is it? So look what Europe is doing an England is now doing with Jeffrey Corbin and now look over here Causey, oh Cortes, the women's movement. It's the same stock. It's the same group of people and Beto now Beto is bell is somebody that most people don't know. But let me give you a quote that. He said when they said do you like the constitution you supporter of the constitutions? It's still relevant. This was his response. I'm hesitant to answer. Because I really feel the constitution deserves its do. And I don't wanna give you actually just selfishly. I don't wanna sound bite of it reported. But yeah, I think that's a question of the moment. Does this still work cannon empire? Listen to this. Bannon empire like ours with military presence in over one hundred seventy countries around the globe trading relationships security agreements at every continent. Can it still be managed by the same principles that were set down two hundred and thirty plus years ago? No because if we were actually living by those principles, we wouldn't have a military presence in one hundred seventy different countries. So he's saying, you know, I wanna give the constitution. It's do. I mean it had his place in it's time. But I don't know as a global entity. Yeah. If this still works he treated like it's the model t as like, I look it's a great historical thing and Ford did some good stuff with that. But I mean, obviously, we're not driving out on the roads. Now, that's how they think of the constitution is relevant to where we are. They look at the constitution. As like you said the model t instead of the combustion engine. You know what I mean? Yeah. No engines have improved in some ways, but the principles are still there. Yeah. The basic principles of transportation are still there. You know, don't well, you know, airplanes still had their their place. You know, but I'm not really sure the biplane. We'll the biplane doesn't have a place in today's modern aviation. However, the principles behind what they did to take off. Those are valid we'll uncomfortable. You will with you opposing the be in airplanes in the LBJ t- community of airplanes in aviation by plane's completely acceptable. You should not be criticized. I apologize one wing can have sex with another wing even other exactly the same as they're all different. Are they can hold shoes. I'm bottom. I'm top. I'm top. I'm bottom. They can choose. I think the seaplane plane would be the transgendered plane because that can both go the water and fly in the air. I'm not I I just I I think he can build this whole thing out. And just I mean, I'm all work on this. As all start my own my own advocacy group, and then I can start my own March. It gets abandoned by the Democratic Party and a couple of years. So who's asking the question? How do you short circuit this? How do you short circuit what's happening around the globe? Not just us. It's not Donald Trump. It's not Donald Trump. Donald Trump just happened to be the right guy at the right time or the wrong guy at the wrong time. If that's the way you wanna look at it. He didn't create what's going on. He capitalized on it. He just did what no one in Europe is doing now to the people. He's there's no one in England. Maybe Daniel Hannan that is actually listening to what the people said. Now, look at this with look at this with two things we talked about earlier slick at the border. The people have spoken if you look at the border, and you look at the polling you may not be for a border wall. But a border fence very few people in America are like ibew borderless. I don't. Care who's coming in very very few people. That's the democratic position. That's their position. Now, it wasn't just a few years ago. But it is now while they wanted mitt that exactly right. They'll say, well, of course, you want border security. We just don't want the wall. We just don't want fence. They'll still say that they want it monitored. But I mean, they really done anything to monitor in the last few years they've done nothing. Oh, they would disagree with that beyond. Like, forget it. Okay. Forget what what you're doing at the border. We know that ten fifteen million people have crossed the border and are here illegally. And we know they want to do with them. So the fact that people got across the border in many cases, not all I you know, it's about the majority is still overstayed visas. Bottom line, though, is they want illegal immigrants to be able to get a pathway to citizenship. Right. I mean, who cares if they crossed the border or if they come in planes or wherever they get here. That's their end goal. They also said that they would never ever they would never ever let a bomb care go into the hands of illegals you. Oh, yeah. That was a scandal. Will it's happened it happened. So you have to just watch people on their actions. Yes, exactly and politicians on both sides of the aisle when it comes to the border. I mean, George Bush was was not that bad. But he was just as bad in many ways on the border. You know, he wasn't doing anything on the border. That was the real wakeup call for me. Wait a minute. Who are you George Bush? Why won't you take care of this? Wait a minute this illegal aliens. What are you doing by the way, the Bush to do some fencing across the border, and if you look at the crossings in those areas, they're down ninety percent. I mean entire regions are down ninety percent. There's a decent amount of fence that is up. It's night. Love that rate and. And the parts where the parts where there aren't with where there is no fence. There hasn't been the drop though. Some of them are lower traffic areas. I it's it's it is hilarious because you know, if it didn't matter so much it would it would be comical. But the idea that you can't commit to having a physical barrier. Which is you know, it's it's one of the cheapest ways to monitor their border is is it going to stop everything? No, no, one thinks it will. So what we're doing is. We're arguing about a wall what we should be arguing about is border security, the problem with that though is the Democrats say they want it. And I know that when they get in a position to implement it. The reason why people are at a wall is because they don't believe anybody on border security because everybody on both sides of said, oh, I'm for border security. You're right. You haven't done anything about it. It's like I we've got a check overstayed visas. Hello. It's been eighteen years. That was the problem with nine eleven you haven't done anything about that. That's not fixed. You're not serious about it. This is the Bubba effect. So the first part of the Bubba effect is people stand up and say, you know, what? No, I want this because I don't trust you guys because you'll change the deal. That's what's happening in Brexit. Right now. The politicians don't wanna do it the people do and so they decided, well, let's just mealy-mouth around. Let's do a gang of eight thing. That's not gonna work. That's not gonna work. And so you get more and more anti English anti anti whatever it is western way of life. Anti-american people who are standing up that includes radicals who have different ideas about the country like Jeremy Corbyn, who is a real radical in all of the worst sort of ways. And then you get people who are like Beto. I don't think that is a bad guy. I just disagree with him on his policies and on his stance. I think about the constitution when you say, I think the constitution deserves its do. But the question is is it relevant anymore unless you're following it with is it relevant anymore to anyone in in congress because we haven't been using it. We got here because we're not using it. You you start to get people like that we have to come together and be very specific in our conversations and be very specific on what we are for. Yeah. You know, what it is? You're right. It is a humanitarian problem on the border now what's causing that..

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"daniel hannan" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

12:27 min | 3 years ago

"daniel hannan" Discussed on KTOK

"Glenn Beck program this week. We are this year. We have we've set a new goal that. We're going to really focus on things that matter that really matter. And I want to just kind of recap some of the show that we've had today, and what we still have coming up. We have Laura Wilkerson. She's an angel momma on the border. This is. So critical that Donald Trump wins this and at the same time. I think the government is just being made into a joke. I think people are seeing that government still closed. And with a few exceptions. Everything's running fine. And that's the point. That's the point the American people who believe in small government have been making for a long time. We don't get our power from government. We don't we don't get our marching orders from government. They get it from us. And we're fine. We're fine. I mean, we need the government to do some basic things. But that's what the constitution is for. So we're going to talk about the border. But we've we've also talked about politics of meaning and Brexit we had Daniel Hannan on earlier today. Daniel Hannan is the guy who really brought Brexit to to Europe. I mean to to England he's really the guy who's been spearheading this thing they're gonna go through some dicey times in England. And as he said, there are people in Brussels. That would rather have the entire e you suffer then have England prosper. Because it's going to encourage other countries to follow their lead, if they do prosper, which he believes they will by the way, and I do too if he didn't have nefarious people involved, but I want to bring this up. Because look at the things of real. Meaning that just Brexit touches Brexit touches, civility and unrest. The economy. Allies and politics of meaning they're now going to put in possibly possibly two out of five Britain's voted for what's his name, Jeremy Corbyn, Jeremy Corbyn, the guy when I said, he's a socialist Daniel Hannan said, well, this I don't think he's ever said about you, your your underplaying the story and basically described a deep communist radical and an anti Semite that might be the next prime minister just because people are unhappy with the government, and he hates the British government. I hope to God that doesn't happen. But look at what they have socialist communist a guy who's is an anti-semites supports openly, supports HAMAs. Hezbollah russia. What do we have here? I mean, the whole world is going through this the western world. And I don't think it's a coincidence. What do we have here the women's movement? We told you earlier today is completely falling apart. Over half of the people that participated and sponsored last year are out and because they know it's an anti-semitic organization. It's not a good organization, and the people who are in the organization are doubling down and saying we're not going to do this in Los Angeles. Because we think it's going to be a lot of white people showing up. Oh, okay. I thought this was a woman's movement. And so there it's just collapsing. Do we get a is there a moment at any point where we go back and look at all the organizations and media networks that heaped praise on the women's March movement for the last couple of years. I know now they might be pulling out. But do they need to go back and maybe revisit their former opinions apologize. Who said this is a radical radical organization you were called you just hate women. You're you know, you're a misogynist if you said those things those things were true things are true as the Democratic Party pretty much verifies by pulling out their support yesterday. I mean, these are People's Democratic Party has members that go and travel and visit the Castro family and the Assad family. I mean, if they're pulling out with something what is it? So look at what Europe is doing an England is now doing with Jeffrey Corbin and now look over here a causE' Cortes, the women's movement. It's the same stock. It's the same group of people and Beto now Beto is that L is somebody that most people don't know. But let me give you a quote that. He said when they said you liked the constitution. He's supporter of the constitutions. It's still relevant. This was his response. I'm hesitant to answer. Because I really feel the constitution deserves its do. And I don't wanna give you actually just selfishly. I don't wanna sound bite of it reported. But yeah, I think that's a question of the moment. Does this still work cannon empire? Listen to this. Kennan empire like ours with military presence in over one hundred and seventy countries around the globe trading relationships security agreements in every continent. Can it still be managed by the same principles that were set down two hundred and thirty plus years ago? No because if we were actually living by those principles, we wouldn't have a military presence in one hundred seventy different countries. So he's saying, you know, I wanna give the constitution. It's do it had his place in it's time. But I don't know as a global entity. Yeah. If this still works he treated like it's the model t as like, I look it's a great historical thing and Ford did some good stuff with that. But I mean, obviously, we're not driving out on the roads. Now, that's how they think of the constitution is relevant to where we are. They look at the constitution as like you said the model t instead of the combustion engine. You know what I mean? Yeah. No engines have improved in some ways. But the principles are still there. Yeah. The basic principles of transportation are still there. You know, don't well, you know, airplanes still had their their place. You know, but I'm not really sure the biplane. We'll the biplane doesn't have a place in today's modern aviation. However, the principles behind what they. They did to take off. Those are valid will uncomfortable. You will with you opposing the be in airplanes and the LBJ t- community of airplanes in aviation by plane's completely acceptable. You should not be criticized. I apologize one wing can have sex with another wing, even though they're exactly the same as they're all different. Are they can choose. I'm bottom. I'm top. I'm top. I'm bottom. They can choose. I think the seaplane would be the transgendered plane because that can both go the water and fly in the air. I'm not I just I I think he can build this whole thing out. And just I mean, I'm all work on this. As all start my own my own advocacy group, and then I can start my own March that gets abandoned by the Democratic Party and a couple of years who is asking the question. How do you short circuit this? How do you short circuit? What's happening around the globe is not just us. It's not Donald Trump. It's not Donald Trump. Donald Trump just happened to be the right guy at the. Right time or the wrong guy at the wrong time. If that's the way you wanna look at it. He didn't create what's going on. He capitalized on it. He just did what no one in Europe is doing now to the people. He's there's no one in England, maybe Daniel Hannan that is actually listening to what the people said. Now, look at this with look at this with two things we talked about him earlier slick at the border. The people have spoken if you look at the border, and you look at the polling you may not be for a border wall. But a border fence very few people in America are like ibew borderless. I don't care who's coming in very very few people. That's the democratic position. That's their position. Now, it wasn't just a few years ago. But it is now they want admit that. Exactly, right. They'll say, well, of course, you want border security. We just don't want the wall. We just don't want fence. They'll still say that they want it monitored. But I mean, they really done anything to monitor in the last few years they've done nothing. Oh, they would disagree with that beyond. Like, forget it. Okay. Forget what you're doing at the border. We know that ten fifteen million people have crossed the border and are here illegally. And we know they want to do with them. So the fact that people got across the border in many cases, not all you know, it's about the majority is still overstayed visas. Bottom line, though, is they want illegal immigrants to be able to get a pathway to citizenship. Right. I mean, who cares if they crossed the border if they come in on planes or they get here. That's their end goal. They also said that they would never ever they would never ever let a Bama care go into the hands of illegals you buy. Oh, yeah. That was a scandal. Well, it's happened it happened. So you have to just watch people on their action and politicians on both sides of the aisle when it comes to the border. I mean, George Bush was was not that bad. But he was just as bad in many ways on the border. He wasn't doing anything on the border. That was the real wakeup call for me. Wait a minute. Who are you George Bush? Why won't you take care of this? Wait a minute this illegal aliens. What are you doing by the way, the Bush to do some fencing across the border, and if you look at the crossings in those areas, they're down ninety percent. I mean entire regions are down ninety percent. There's a decent amount of fence that is up. Find love that rate and the parts where the parts where there are no with where there is no fence. There hasn't been the drop though. Some of them are lower traffic areas. I it's it's it is hilarious because you know, if it didn't matter so much it would it would be comical. But the idea that you can't commit to having physical barrier, which is. It's one of the cheapest ways to monitor their border. It's is it going to stop everything. No, no, one thinks it will. So what we're doing is. We're arguing about a wall what we should be arguing about is border security, the problem with that though is the Democrats say they wanted, and I know that when they get in a position to implemented. The reason why people are at a wall is because they don't believe anybody on border security because everybody on both sides of said, oh, I'm for border security. You're right. You haven't done anything about it is like I am. I you know, we've got a check overstayed visas. Hello. It's been eighteen years. That was the problem with nine eleven you haven't done anything about that. That's not fixed. You're not serious about it. This is the Bubba effect. So the first part of the Bubba effect is people stand up and say, you know, what? No, I want this because I don't trust you guys because you'll change the deal. That's what's happening in Brexit. Right now, the politicians don't wanna do it the people do and so they decided, well, let's just mealy mouth around. Let's do a gang of eight thing. That's not gonna work. It's not gonna work. And so you get more and more anti English anti EU, anti whatever it is western way of life. Anti-american people who are standing up that includes radicals who have different ideas about the country like Jeremy Corbyn, who is a real radical in all of the worst sort of ways. And then you get people who are like, oh, I don't think that it was a bad guy. I just disagree with him on his policies and on his stance. I think about the constitution when you say, I think the constitution deserves its do..

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"daniel hannan" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:18 min | 3 years ago

"daniel hannan" Discussed on KTOK

"Note. We have Daniel Hannan coming on in just a few minutes, and because of what's happening over in England. He's on a very tight schedule. And so we're going to have to break a little early and do a longer break right after Daniel Hannan. So just an alert. This is the Glenn Beck program. We're glad you're here. Brexit was voted down yesterday in parliament, and it's really confusing. If you're not really following it. Brexit was voted by the people and the people said we want out of the European Union. Theresa May the prime minister went in and made this compromise deal with the EU because obviously the doesn't want England to leave. And so the compromise deal was, hey, you still get all the trading things, and you still get all this and that, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. But okay, you don't have to take immigration, and there's a few laws culturally that will get rid of. No, that's not what the English people wanted. So Theresa May tried to make this grand compromise. Basically think of it as the gang of eight, and this is comprehensive immigration reform this comprehensive European reform and other people like, Nope. I don't want it that never makes anybody happy. So now, there's two ways to go. There's a hard exit and just get out or you defy the people and you stay in. If they stay in the EU it's going to be really really ugly now. So, you know, Daniel Hannan is a guy who was in the EU parliament. Now, I love this guy because I think he is more of what a a Senator is supposed to be under our constitution, Stu. How is how are the senators elected before? Woodrow Wilson changed. This do you know they were appointed by by the states. Correct. Why? So they would be more responsive to the states needs. They weren't federal figures per se. So what you had was you had their house of representatives. They were were supposed to be responsible to wreck do the people. That's why they have such a short period, you have to have elections every two years because we have throw their butts out because they're directly responsible to us. And that's also why the house of representatives are supposed to be the only ones that can spend money because we have the closest rope around their neck, so they can spend money then it has to go to the Senate now Woodrow Wilson change this to make these guys the guardian of the state capital ass where it was supposed to be. They were supposed to be the guardian of the state small ass. So Ted Cruz was there to only advocate for Texas. Nothing else. He had nothing else to do. Do the with with any kind of policies with an exception of trade and war and things like that. He had nothing to do with American policy. In fact, those senators were supposed to go there to try to protect the state from a growing superstate. That's Daniel Hannan has done in the EU. He has gone in the English people, whether they know this or not they they hired somebody very American. They hired somebody to go to their parliament E U, which if you look at the European Union, what is that that is a collection of separate countries all trying to be United. That's what we were. When we first started. When we had the thirteen colonies, those were basically thirteen different independent states, and they all had different ideas, and different culture. New York was very different than Virginia. It's still is. Bringing those altogether was really difficult bringing these guys together is I think impossible and wrong because they are two different. So they brought them together and the English people hire Daniel Hannan and said Daniel, you go what he's done is. He has said, Nope. We don't want any of that. He's voted against everything that ties England to the European Union. And he's been there for years. So he's acting as a United States Senator is supposed to act in the in the big state government right in and he basically went to work from day one to try to remove Great Britain from the European Union and would destroy his own job, if he succeeded, obviously with Brexit. He did succeed, but we're seeing now that's success is a little harder to come by K. So he's on a tight schedule. Today. He'll be with us in about four and a half minutes from England. And he's gonna tell us what all of this mean. Jeans. And what the plan is now because Theresa May be out and the person that may be coming in as Corbin, and he is a radical anti Semite and. Socialist communists, kinda guy. Really not a good guy. We'll talk to Daniel Hannan when we come back. Our sponsor for this portion of the program.

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"daniel hannan" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"daniel hannan" Discussed on WTVN

"We have Daniel Hannan coming up, and we're gonna have to change the show stations. Just an alert next half hour of the show. We have to change around some of the commercial breaks and things just for Daniel Hannan. He's on a very tight schedule. Today. You can imagine the EU and and England kind of up ended today. And so we're gonna talk to him. They are debating what's going to happen to the prime minister right now, even as we speak. So that's coming up in just about fifteen minutes from now Daniel Hannan, member of parliament, and and the EU. All right. So why is why is governor Cuomo saying now that you can have partial birth abortion? And he won't sign a budget for New York until this past. Here's a guy holding the state hostage. Stu, can you give me some of the numbers on because most people when we say, well, you know, it's a it's a coin toss, you know, split leans a little in the favor of prolife. No, it doesn't when you actually look down at the break down. It is in favor of common sense. Now, listen to how people actually feel. About abortion when they're given the actual choices. Yeah. Fifty five percent of people say they're pro choice and in in a in a that's that's pretty high. I would say for that. It's usually I'd say in the high forty s when this is a recent poll from. Marist and fifty five percents data pro-choice thirty eight percents their pro life when you ask broadly. But when you dig into it a little bit what you find out is is is pretty surprising, for example, about twenty seven percent of people say, they should that abortion should only be available during the first three months of pregnancy. Twenty eight percent say only in cases of rape, incest, or save the life of a mother case. So. Five. Yeah. Let's let's put this into context here. I would be considered pro-choice because I cannot bring myself. And I know this is I just haven't gotten there yet. I know this is inconsistency. And it's the one one thing that I'm inconsistent on that really bothers me. I believe that is life. But I just can't get myself to say to somebody who has been raped. Hey, I'm gonna tell you what to do. I just can't do it. And that may be wrong. But I can't do that yet as a person and as a dad so and I'm a I'm an adopted dad. So I I get it. But I'm just not there yet. But because of that because I say, a rape and incest. Because of that, I would be considered by Marras in this poll pro-life? Yeah. Sorry, pro pro choice. It's a little bit different than that. Because you can identify yourself. And so it's not exactly fifty five. Right. But I mean, but I mean that's fifty five percent of people again that's over half. They're saying, oh, no. I think it should be either in cases of of of rape incest again. Rape, incest is your position. It was George W Bush's position. You know, it's it's a Republican position on this on this issue. And that's twenty eight percent. Twenty eight percent. Another twenty seven percents say just the first trimester. So that would include maybe rape, incest, in the first trimester it's ever so anything available in the first trimester. Then you also have another ten percents saying abortion, only when it saves the life of the mother, which is more restrictive than George W Bush's or your position because there's no research that shows the mother's life is ever today. It's no longer the baby could kill them. Mother. I tend to agree with you on that. But I mean, that's a more restrictive position includes also the in this case of life of the mother, and there's ten percent say, it should be permitted under no circumstances whatsoever. So have you kinda add that up you've got forty eight percent saying. Republican or more restrictive there. Then you have another twenty seven percent say it's only in the first trimester, which is far more restrictive than what we have today. So you are at seventy five percent of people saying we should be much more restrictive than we are today.

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"daniel hannan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"daniel hannan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Hello, America. There's a lot on our plate. Today. We have Daniel Hannan coming up in just a few minutes. Daniel Hannan is a a member of the European Union. Not happy member probably the best member of the European Union. There was the Brexit vote yesterday. It did not go well for Theresa May, they're they're really kind of deciding whether or not she's even going to be the prime minister here soon. I think this was kind of a setup for her. It was all the in the cards. But now what happens now what happens the die hard antisemitic? Socialist is the one who's pushing it looks like to be the next prime minister. They've got a government kind of in shutdown now, not listening to the people. We have the same thing. We also have in Russia. A homosexual genocide it's happening in Chechnya. We have a member of the LGBT community if you will the network in Russia, we can't even say their name on the air release released their identity because they are afraid of being scooped up tortured and killed in in Russia. Now, it's very bad. Are you hearing this from anybody on the left? Why not? Oh, and one more thing the Democratic Party has quit the women's March after an explosive segment about Louis Farrakhan on the view, really. That's why they quit. No. That's not why they quit. I'll tell you. Why? As we begin the show in one minute. This is the Glenn Beck program. So.

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