18 Burst results for "Daniel Patrick Moynihan"
"daniel patrick moynihan" Discussed on Rush Limbaugh Morning Update
"If we're not willing to stand up for life what the hell else are. We going to be able to have any value in. I tried to tell them that. It was about so much more than abortion. It's if you don't have a government that is willing to stand up for life wherever it is particularly its own citizens and if you have a population that is not oriented in the same direction then. You're you're going to watch the slaw devolution. Of anything of value if life is not worth fighting for if we we all only get one. And if we're not gonna evening gauge the battle to snuff out life if we're not even going to engage the people who wanna get rid of undesirable babies than what what what else is going to fall by the wayside and that is what we are. Seeing crime rate goes up. Everything goes up. Daniel patrick moynihan defining deviancy down so much perverted garbage continues to happen that we are unable to deal with it so we all automatically eventually declare it normal and as all kinds of crimes and injustices are suddenly given up the fight against a proclaim normal than we have the declining moral foundation of society. We're living the practical results of it. And it was a pitch demised by standing ovations in the new york state senate when they applauded the fact that non medical personnel can now do abortions even up to the due date and if a baby in the womb is is intended to be aborted and survives the process. They go ahead and kill it after birth that was given a standing ovation to and then they turn the lights pink on the buildings in new york city and celebration. I'm just telling you that. That is a degradation and a devaluing. That i don't know how you you you account for but it's it didn't happen overnight. This stuff has been creeping up on us and there have not been well. I don't mean to impugn people who have devoted their lives and fought very hard against it but in terms of.
"daniel patrick moynihan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Michelle Martin. We're gonna return to a subject that we've addressed before, but which has returned with full force in recent days. And that is the reality that Americans are in fact living in different realities. And it's become very clear that conspiracy theories shared online and from the highest elected offices are informing many American sense of the world. We wanted to talk more about why that is and what effect this is having on the country and on relationships. So we called Trent Kate Maverick. We spoke with Trent last year after she wrote an article in The Washington Post about navigating her relationship with her boyfriend, who she discovered. Believed in some of these conspiracies such as those espoused by Q and on and trick A maverick is with us once again trend. Thanks so much for coming back on. Welcome. Thanks so much for having me on the show again. Michelle. I really appreciate it. So just to remind folks who may not have heard our first conversation. You and your boyfriend, your significant other even really realized he had some of these views before you actually started quarantining together. Would that be right? Oh, yeah, it was. It was a bit of a drop bomb right before quarantine started. We've been together about four months. I suspected we had somewhat divergent politics. But the The full force of the conspiracy undertones was not made apparent to me until yeah, the week before we went into quarantine together, So that was a shock. And what was some of the theories or the beliefs that he holds, which frankly, are queuing on? Yeah, some of them so I don't know if he identifies his acumen on follower. I don't know if he sees himself was a follower of any particular group or Part of any particular group. But But what was some of the Theories that he spouse that you came to understand that he holds. I mean, he definitely identifies with Q and on, you know, follows the Q and on message boards and is part of cumin on communities online and to the best of my understanding. I mean the underpinnings of Q and on or that the deep state is kind of out to undermine President Trump and President Trump, meanwhile, is trying to Dismantle the super secret, high powered Kobol of child raping satanic pedophiles that you know is mostly made up of high ranking liberals and Hollywood elites. So that is my understanding of the underpinnings of Q and on. What was the election season? Like for you off, We survived it. Um, I think we kind of came to an understanding to not talk about politics as much particularly in the ramp up to the election. I could tell you. I was all jazzed about going over there on election night and watching election returns with him. And he was, like, you know, I think I'm gonna do that on my own. I'm gonna have a private moment. He was joking that he wanted to put a Trump Ensign and his window but thought that his roommates would probably kill him. So it was. It was quite a season, so I take it. You two are still together. We are still together. You know we're making it happen, and you know, there's there's really no illusions about what's going on. He knows where I stand. I know where he stands. I think I've also come to accept that. I'm not gonna convince him to leave these theories behind. I'm not going to disabuse him of these beliefs and the reverse is also true. I mean, he's not going to convert me. So I think coming to that acceptance has been really helpful and has helped us just know that this is a difference that we have and one that we can work around and work through. Let's talk about what happened at the capital on Wednesday with these supporters of the president Invading the capital trashing the capital. Sadly, some people lost their lives. Um you know, the Confederate flags, the anti Semitic, uh, signs the racist, overtly racist signs and T shirts and so forth. What does he have to say about that? You know, I have not talked to him yet about what happened at the capital. We haven't checked in about that again. Maybe more of the not trying to talk about it. I will tell you that we've talked about protests just you know, in separate Conversations and he would not be caught dead in a protest of any sort because he believes that the will of the people are ultimately I mean, will ultimately be subverted, and it's just not worth his time. I mean, if anything, he's kind of a cute on slack. Davis. He's gonna sit at home on the Internet. He's going to scroll through. You know the Q research message boards and that's about the extent of it and then go vote. And again. I don't want to go back to something we talked about earlier. I am not for one minute, saying that everybody who adheres to these beliefs is a racist or an anti Semite. I am not saying that What I am saying is that you wrote about this racist and anti Semitic roots. Too many of these conspiracy theorists and the way they act out in public and the way they manifest these Beliefs. Does move in the direction of racism and anti Semitism and other forms of deep marginalization of people who have historically been marginalized. And I just I'm just very curious about how you discuss this and how he thinks about that. Yeah. I mean, this is a really tough area, and I mean, I think we've all seen the social media posts of people saying, you know, if you voted for trump, that means you're racist, please on friend me, and I think you know for a certain group of people that works for them. Um, it doesn't work for me that has never worked for me. You know, I grew up in a politically mixed family. My mother's a Democrat, My father's Republican. I have many Republican leaning family members and friends and I can't just Dismissed these people and say, because you support conspiracy theories or because you support President Trump or because you support the Republican Party that automatically means you're a bad person, or you're a stupid person, or you're a violent person or a bigoted person. I'm just not willing to take That extra step people support the president for all sorts of reasons. People support the Republican Party for all sorts of reasons, and I think crucially, people believe in conspiracy theories I have come to believe or over the past year. Not because out of hatred for other people, but because of just this underlying worldview that is rooted in a mistrust and is rooted in doubting information that is coming to them period. I mean, I think the underpinning belief that my boyfriend has that just underscores all of his other beliefs. Is there are powerful people who are working very hard to engineer the course of human history. And for that reason, I can't believe a single thing that I'm being told. Period. That's what he believes. What? So what's the way forward here? In your view? I mean, you know, it has been one of those sayings that's been repeated. I think it was Daniel Patrick Moynihan, who said, you know everyone's entitled to their own opinion. But you're not entitled to your own facts. We live in a moment where people do think they're entitled to their own facts. And so the question becomes like what's the way forward here? It's fine. I'm less concerned about the relationship at this point than I am about just the state of our country and our democracy and our society. You know? How do you begin to solve the problems that we have? In our communities if we can't sit down and agree on what those problems are, even with the underlying reality of those problems even is that's what I'm concerned about. You know, it's a significant chunk of the population that is just kind of living in this other dimension. And how do we reach those people? And how do we work together with those people? I don't really have the answers to that. But I think that you know, unfriending. All your trump supporting friends on Facebook is probably not the way forward. That was the journalist Trent Kate Maverick..
New York gets new train hub, in transformed postal building
"The first trains rolled out of a new train hub in New York City the Moynihan train hall replaces the cramped and dingy Penn station across the street writer Anton Titov says this new station is a big improvement this reminds me off more that they're saying Paris because that's a former train station with a lot of light coming from the roof the station is illuminated by a ninety two foot high skylight featuring more than an acre of glass can't Lafferty is impressed it's already open they had it finished so quickly and it looks so beautiful in the midst of a pandemic the station opened on time Tim duvall says this is a good sign for the future a really good opportunity for us to see how New York can be revived the station is named after the late senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan I'm a Donahue
"daniel patrick moynihan" Discussed on KCRW
"Community budgets need to reflect The diversity of needs of the community. And I think that if we are constructive and how we message it, we can appeal to the sentiment of the black lives matter Movement, well, extremely explaining principles and manners of common sense. Okay, so some real world compromises their Let's focus on the Biden administration. What are you going to be looking for? To see how open to progressive ideas? President elect fight and will be President Biden is off to a great start with his appointment of Ron Plain. I know Ron Klain very well. He has reached out many times to progressive come to the Hill indicated a willingness to work with us. So I think that the personnel is going toe matter a lot. And then, of course, the issues of his agenda. What are we going to start with? In terms of the size of first stimulus and in terms of the size of our infrastructure program and other priorities, one of the big one of the big policy issues which will be health care, which is often the cleave right, Biden says he doesn't want Medicare for all likes. The idea of Obamacare expansion likes a public option. Thinks the eligibility age for Medicare should be 60, not 65. Asses far as you are concerned. Is that enough? Of course, I support Medicare. For all. I think that that is the best economic system economically and also will cover everyone while lowering a to the premiums by not having premiums and coca paste. But I think a good starting point is to deliver on what the task forces came up with. So let's at least extend Medicare to 60. Let's make sure we at least get a public option. And I think what progresses will be looking for is to implement. At the very least, the task force is that President elect I didn't ran on and then will you continue to push him to consider Medicare for all? Yes, absolutely. That Daniel Patrick Moynihan health hearings in the 19 nineties on Clinton's healthcare policies, And at the end of all of the hearings, he turned to Lawrence O'Donnell, who's his staff director now on NBC, but the staff director at the time, and he said, I guess the only way out of this mess Just extend Medicare. It's the simplest way to do it is the most efficient way to do it. And it is what will improve healthcare outcomes for Americans without charging them for premiums and co pay. So I believe that is the rationally best policy, but progressives are willing to work with the administration to make progress. Another big area of concern for progressives. Climate change. Biden has a different climate change plan than the green new deal. Although they do share some similarities. Where do you think progressives are gonna want to push him when it comes to climate change? Again. I think we should look at the task forces, which he set up in in conjunction with Sanders supporters and ask for a bold, clean energy plan that he can do through executive order where we have a real commitment to renewables where we have a real investment. In battery storage, where we have a real direct investment in retrofitting. Congressman Ro Khanna of California. Thanks so much for taking the time this morning. We appreciate it. Thank you very much. Appreciate it. In Denmark. The government had announced the plan to.
"daniel patrick moynihan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"We have 30 minutes left. We are talking politics here. We obviously and now in the presidential election There's the two subjects that air up here is Which of these two candidates Joe Biden and Donald Trump, in your opinion, is more healthy. Now I know that there was some of you out there. Who will think that Donald Trump is does not have The same. Um, emotional health. That maybe Joe Biden does. So this is an opportunity for you make the argument either way. But I also want to again. I just talked about This piece that I watched on CBS Evening news on Monday, and maybe I'm overreacting to it. I don't think I am because I look, I watch this stuff as somebody who did this professionally. You know, I've I've reported from Washington done stories for the networks. I've never worked for the network per se, but I've worked for pretty big television station and one of the things that always was important to me. Was that the people who I covered I wanted them to believe. That they were treated fairly and the only way I could make them believe they were treated fairly was to treat them fairly and it didn't matter. If the Person. The subject of the story was someone who I agreed with politically or someone who I disagreed with politically my job as a television reporter. Was to present the story. The Who, What? When? Where? Why? And try to leave whatever editorial judgment. That I might have wanted to include out of it. Now again as a local news reporter, you cover a lot of stories that there is no political Perspective. It's you, You cover accidents. You cover fires. You cover tragedies all of that. But when you do cover politics, and I cover politics at the State House a lot You and then also political campaigns a lot. I wanted the audience not understand, or no, I did not want the audience to perceive a bias. Ah, and I worked a za reporter for a long time in Boston. But when I watched this piece with Paula read on Monday night. It it just it. It reeked of bias. Now I know that Covering the White House can be difficult. And I suspect that these White House correspondents and normally they move correspondents in and out by the way, they'll be there for a year off for a term for four years. Then they move on. Um And I'm sure the covering the White House has become a challenge. And I know that Donald Trump has not been the most cordial president like you have to suppress that In my opinion, or else you lose your reputation. As a journalist, So that's my argument. I'm open to criticism on it. But when I look at that piece and a Zeiss, eh, I haven't seen it. Have it and I have it. In its entirety, recommended to use two minutes and 47 seconds. Long. Six. That's that's 167 seconds. 167 seconds 71 seconds of it was given to Joe Biden to attack Donald Trump. Which is fine, fine, but you can't give Biden in a piece like that one candidate 71 seconds and the other candidate, 12th. Agree or disagree 617 to 5 for 10 30 Triple 89 to 1930 have you given up on the network newscasts on I'm talking about ABC, NBC, CBS and particularly the 6 30 newscast that night and have they driven you either to CNN or to Fox or MSNBC. Or do you do you no longer watch them? I think the ratings on the traditional 6 30 newscast. Have been going down for sometime, joined the conversation. You can agree to disagree. This is this is for me a fun conversation, but it's an important conversation. It's a conversation that we need to have, because once we lose Ah, the media and when we lose an unbiased media, we're all in trouble. We know that Fox and CNN and MSNBC. They have a political bias. There's no question it's an echo chamber. But I've always thought And maybe maybe I am now. Out of step with reality that if I turn on the CBS Evening News of the NBC Evening newscast on ABC World News tonight that I'm going to get A straightforward factual presentation devoid of political commentary, agree or disagree. Diane is in Maryland. Hi, Diane. Welcome back. How are you tonight? I'm fine. How are you? I'm doing just great. I hope you're you're willing to either agree or disagree with me on either or both of these topics. Go right ahead. Well, I'm not sure with the health of the candidates by definitely is the bigger my father's in a nursing home, and he could speak more coherently and Biden at times. It's a sad thing to say. But it's the truth. Um, the thing about the news Agencies. I haven't watched local news Probably since Mr Trump took office because they're just so blatantly against him. And as an example just about a week or so ago, when all the stuff was taken about the U. S mail and how he was trying trumpet trying to control everything. We watched the DC stations come into this part world and it was the CBS station. They were doing a story on it, and you know they weren't I didn't feel they were being completely accurate about all the pieces of the puzzle. But when the lady came back to the reporter in studio, she says they had a picture of a mailbox says Do you smell what I smell? I think this is a voter suppression, and I'm like, Okay. So that was a local network affiliate in the District of D. C. Which one? Do you know what I smell? CBS was TV, and I believe this is what it is in Washington. Do you smell what I smell? This smells like voter suppression. That's that's that's pretty bloody momentary. Yeah, that's commentary. That's not news. I said I when I was a wee thing. I grew up with Howard K. Smith and Walter Cronkite, Yu and Yu. I don't know what their politics for. I mean, I wasn't well enough to understand it granted. But I didn't know what their politics were. The last one. I can really say that was Tim Russert. I feel like you know, he always he did his job. You could kind of guess where he was. But he didn't lately didn't bite. We know what he His thoughts were he reported, or he comment it, But it wasn't this blatant stuff. Whereas now I mean, I haven't watched late night television since Mr Trump took office. Let me just go back to Russia for sex, you know, rusted at one point worked as an aide to Daniel Patrick Moynihan, the senator from New York and I have some very good mutual friends with Tim Roth said..
"daniel patrick moynihan" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"But they got into that remember in San Francisco well shelters are right you know we wanted because this they the how much the home should be there they should have their own you know we should provide for everybody well wait a minute if it's a right that belongs to everybody then right no means test right cancel the rent well what about the people they can still afford to rent be nice to them to nobody gets hurt right now no I just write it off nobody yes nobody gets hurt knowledge they just write it all just write it off nobody gets hurt cancel everything right yes let's let's what number time of the cancel culture this is a whole different level of cancel isn't it no it's can't it really is cancel everything cancel everything well what began to think about it go back to Daniel Patrick Moynihan the pathology of dependency this is more than that because when when you talk about handing out you know more and more and more in the end and the idea was and still is that you can't roll that back well it's now about forget the government check we just spent trillions of dollars and it's still not enough by the way told you so you're never gonna roll this mindset back it doesn't matter that it was a pandemic and there's trillions of more right now on deck to be spent I'm sorry borrowed from future generations we'll spend it will be happy your great grandkids they're gonna be in a rut eight six six ninety eight right I've come across.
"daniel patrick moynihan" Discussed on KQED Radio
"That the society can and must do if the Negro is to gain the economic security that he needs now one of the answers it seems to me is a guaranteed annual income a guaranteed minimum income for all people and it is about come in nineteen sixty eight the Republican president elect Richard Nixon appointed as his urban affairs counselor Daniel Patrick Moynihan the liberal sociologist and future democratic senator who is intensely focused on race and poverty they created what came to be called the family systems plan what I am proposing is that the federal government build the foundation under the income of every American family with dependent children that cannot care for itself and wherever in America that family may live the family assistance plan was sent to Congress if it got through it wouldn't be guaranteed universal income but rather a floor under incomes for poor families Nixon was very very careful to draw this distinction this national floor under incomes for working or dependent families it is not a guaranteed income under the guaranteed income proposal everyone would be assured a mac minimum income regardless of how much he was capable of earning regardless of what is needed was regardless of whether or not he.
"daniel patrick moynihan" Discussed on The Investigation
"By the way. which is that The Senate was being called via the people who were arguing the White House lawyers and and the Hausler that the Senate was that senators were. Jurors is a your your Jersey and Senator Tom. Tom Harkin of Iowa objected. I every segue can you do that. Can we do that and Harkin said you know. That's not right. We are still servants of the people bull. We have bigger issues and broader issues to concern about the welfare of the country was for the good of the country that jurors don't have to consider and we're different and rehnquist looked at him and he said the senators objection is well taken and Harkin turned to the so the next time Daniel Patrick Moynihan and said I just want my first Supreme Court case and but that's all that Rehnquist did so. I think we can expect chief justice John Roberts to to try to stay out of the way I think both sides are going to try to involve him try to use the prestige of that office to get witnesses to dismiss the case. I think he's going to have a harder time than rehnquist quest or chase staying out of it but I think that's his his his goal. What else should we look for in this trial? How strong cases it? If in fact Bolton does come before the Senate if they manage to get the Senate to do this what does he say does he say. Donald trump turned to me and he said no money for Ukraine. Until get the Biden's I think you would see public opinion. Turn sufficient to convict. I don't know but but certainly that would be be the biggest thing absent that I think we should look for a very short trial because it's pretty clear. The Republicans want nothing to do with this They have lined up behind behind. President trump given the evidence at this point and the Democrats have kind of they. They don't seem completely enthusiastic about it. Given in what they've done with the schedule and holding the articles of impeachment it seems somewhat half-hearted no chairmanship though he's also said look this is. We've done our report we've investigated but we'll leave the door open to you know if anyone wants to come forward and maybe we'll have more depositions or people in a turnover more evidence I mean. do you anticipate hit you. Know may maybe the the house managers could have more evidence to present. That could shift how that work procedurally right so ah in a criminal trial more familiar with and where the the the rules of the road. Pretty clear you can't spring new evidence on a defendant. Just can't can I mean you can but the defense has a right to prepare for it right you can. You can bring new evidence and look. Here's a last-minute witness look it's all those cop op dramas are full of that and it is true but the defense has a right to examine the evidence in advance to cross examine it to challenge its viability so I suppose in this procedure. The House could call witnesses. Get New testimony and say Hey Senate by the way knock knock knock on your door. We've got some new evidence. Let's I think you'd have a Senate vote whether or not accept it and I think Republicans depending on the nature of the evidence would fuse it. Well Terry you are. Always a breath of historical oracle knowledge and perspective is my age that keeps us honest and thanks again. Thanks for joining us on this latest episode of the investigation. Thanks to our producer suzy. Lou caitlyn former Catherine mcquaid and emily which all ski for myself and Katherine Faulders. Be sure to tune in next week for another episode of the investigation awesome..
"daniel patrick moynihan" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"I've known you long enough that I think I can say this. You're honest and honesty and integrity is the core of what we do whether you're talking about. I don't care what the topic is or what the format is if you have integrity and you have a point of honesty that stays there fix. You know the old true north. That's going to be your belief system. The other thing is I've known you say you believe in doing the things. Try and seeing what they're all about pretty close and I believe in the same thing because I've been in these situations before like or like the Areva situation I've been in the situations like you talk about and it's because I've gone out. Look around and taking a chance by experimented with what's the idea. How do I counter? It can I- substantiate or defeat the argument and if I'm honest with myself and you're honest with yourself eventually you see the dishonesty around you and unworthy unwillingness to even engage in it. And that's what they were trying to do with the young Turks because the video viral and we covered it on TV. It was Fox News. Uncle Oncle Tom. Tea Party founder. This was this he had to be. This is also about Because the Homie me was that the tea party was racist. And here's one of the tea party founders and here's a white guy. Thank the black guys racist or. I don't think I could actually actually do it anymore. We've known each other way too long to blow. Maybe some listeners. Might my tea party organization in New York City Right. The launch of the original my executive director was a fifty year old Democrat. She still is my two guys that still a Democrat Democrat. I would have had a this great fiscally conservative strong believer in the constitution that we have our differences all school Daniel Patrick Moynihan Style Democrat Eh. Lisa's a sweetheart. Yeah the two guys because they were in the industry in the creative industry that ran my marketing had been partners for about thirty years. One of my other guys delicate never spent that much time in a room with two gay guys in the back and you know what they became friends so you start to see this mix of people because we had a common core and believe that this country needed to have a at assessment of where it was so I had a tea party group. That wasn't i. Guess they're right. Wing Evangelical White Hood Wear and you know team going out there and these were the people who had common beliefs and in New York City. You this we so many such a range and I'm proud of that because these people still talk to each other I saw here from there was an fit student just so odd to hear this range of ages. What do you make of? I'm glad that you mentioned Daniel Patrick Moynihan because when people ask me what kind of liberal I still believe that I am. It's getting harder to say it but what kind of liberalism I always say why say. JFK and data. Patrick Boyd ahead as Ed Koch.
"daniel patrick moynihan" Discussed on KTOK
"Inequality can America handle the truth income inequality is the new attacks slogan of the far left used to disparage capitalism and portray the United States as a selfish in sensitive place it is certainly true that there's a wide gap between the prosperous and the poor in America with that gap can not be diminished if the truth about any quality is not a good knowledge but in our hyper politically correct society it will not be nineteen sixty five Democrat Daniel Patrick Moynihan warned that the African American family unit was under increasing pressure in poor neighborhoods back that only four percent of black children were born out of wedlock today the number is a shocking seventy two percent four core cation babies it's under thirty percent that it's your income inequality equation cutting through the phony political rhetoric there are two primary reasons that just thirty five percent of African American children are currently living with two parents first the welfare system families headed by single mothers recieve more government payments and second is substance abuse drug and alcohol addiction is a scourge in America and the number one reason for child abuse and neglect and it is certainly neglect to fell to train your child to compete in a nation of three hundred and thirty million people senator Sanders a warrant tell as the federal government can mitigate economic failure but that is not true only individuals can do that the cold truth is that millions of American children of all colors are now on able to develop their election social skills because their parents don't care enough about them so we see a legion of teenagers unable to speak proper English read a book many kids cover their bodies with tattoos routinely spout vile obscenities intoxicate themselves at will and reject all disciplines so how will these kids ever prosper economically in adulthood they won't and who will help them very few certainly not our government or public education system in fact some of those who scream loudest about in equality are pouring more gasoline on the fire many leftists are pushing for legalizing marijuana an intoxicant extremely attractive to vulnerable teens by allowing pot to be openly sold the government provides yet another easy opportunity for unsupervised children no harm himself yes illegal marijuana is widely available but American society should continue to warn about drug involvement not glorify and sanction it as a former high school teacher I saw up close what pot can do to unsupervised children you think income inequality is bad now.
"daniel patrick moynihan" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Hyper politically correct society it will not be in nineteen sixty five Democrat Daniel Patrick Moynihan warned that the African American family unit was under increasing pressure in poor neighborhoods fact that twenty four percent of black children were born out of wedlock today the number is a shocking seventy two percent four core cation babies it's under thirty percent that's your income inequality equation cutting through the phony political rhetoric there are two primary reasons that just thirty five percent of African American children are currently living with two parents first the welfare system families headed by single mothers receive more government payments and second is substance abuse drug and alcohol addiction is a scourge in America and the number one reason for child abuse and neglect and it is certainly neglect to fell to train your child to compete in a nation of three hundred and thirty million people senator Sanders a warrant tell as the federal government can mitigate economic failure but that is not true only individuals can do that the cold truth is that millions of American children of all colors are now on able to develop their election social skills because their parents don't care enough about them so we see a legion of teenagers unable to speak proper English read a book many kids cover their bodies with cat to routinely spout vile obscenities intoxicate themselves at will and reject all disciplines so how will these kids ever prosper economically in adulthood they won't and who will help them very few certainly not our government or public education system in fact some of those who scream loudest about in equality are pouring more gasoline on the fire many leftists are pushing for legalizing marijuana an intoxicant extremely attractive to vulnerable teens by allowing pot to be openly sold the government provides yet another easy opportunity for unsupervised children arm themselves yes a legal marijuana is widely available but American society should continue to warn about drug involvement not glorify and sanction it as a former high school teacher I saw up close what pot can do to unsupervised children you think income inequality is bad now.
"daniel patrick moynihan" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"The day poverty and income inequality can America handle the truth income inequality is the new attacks slogan of the far left used to disparage capitalism and portray the United States as a selfish insensitive place it is certainly true that there's a wide gap between the prosperous and the poor in America that gap can not be diminished if the truth about any quality is not a good knowledge but in our hyper politically correct society it will not be nineteen sixty five Democrat Daniel Patrick Moynihan warned that the African American family unit was under increasing pressure in poor neighborhoods fact that twenty four percent of black children were born out of wedlock today the number is a shocking seventy two percent four core cation babies it's under thirty percent that's your income inequality equation through the phony political rhetoric there are two primary reasons that just thirty five percent of African American children are currently living with two parents first the welfare system families headed by single mothers recieve more government payments and second is substance abuse rocking out ball diction is a scourge in America and the number one reason for child abuse and neglect and it is certainly not black the fell to train your child to compete in a nation of three hundred and thirty million people senator Sanders a warrant tell as the federal government can mitigate economic failure but that is not true only individuals can do that the cold truth is that millions of American children of all colors are now on able to develop their election social skills because their parents don't care enough about them so we see a legion of teenagers unable to speak proper English read a book many kids cover their bodies with Pat to routinely spout vile obscenities intoxicate themselves at will and reject all disciplines so how will these kids ever prosper economically in adulthood they won't and who will help them very few certainly not our government or public education system in fact some of those who scream loudest about in equality are pouring more gasoline on the fire many leftists are pushing for legalizing marijuana an intoxicant extremely attractive to vulnerable teens by allowing pot to be overly soul the government provides yet another easy opportunity for unsupervised children no harm himself yes illegal marijuana is widely available but American society should continue to warn about drug involvement not glorify and sanction it as a former high school teacher I saw up close what pot can do to unsupervised children you think income inequality is bad now wait until you see what's coming and redistributing wealth from affluent Americans through onerous taxation is not going to stop.
"daniel patrick moynihan" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"In nineteen sixty five Democrat Daniel Patrick Moynihan warned that the African American family unit was under increasing pressure in poor neighborhoods fact that twenty four percent of black children were born out of wedlock today the number is a shocking seventy two percent four core cation babies it's under thirty percent that's your income inequality equation going through the phony political rhetoric there are two primary reasons that just thirty five percent of African American children are currently living with two parents first the welfare system families headed by single mothers recieve more government payments and second is substance abuse drug and alcohol addiction is a scourge in America and the number one reason for child abuse and neglect and it is certainly neglect to fell to train your child to compete in a nation of three hundred and thirty million people senator Sanders a warrant tell us the federal government can mitigate economic failure but that is not true only individuals can do that the cold truth is that millions of American children of all colors are now on able to develop their election social skills because their parents don't care enough about them so we see a legion of teenagers unable to speak proper English read a book many kids cover their bodies with tattoos routinely spout vile obscenities intoxicate themselves at will and reject all disciplines so how will these kids ever prosper economically in adulthood they won't and who will help them very few certainly not our government or public education system in fact some of those who scream loudest about in equality are pouring more gasoline on the fire many leftists are pushing for legalizing marijuana an intoxicant extremely attractive to vulnerable teens by allowing part to be overly soul the government provides yet another easy opportunity for unsupervised children no harm himself yes a legal marijuana is widely available but American society should continue to warn about drug involvement not glorify and sanction it as a former high school teacher I saw up close what pot can do to unsupervised children you think income inequality is bad now.
"daniel patrick moynihan" Discussed on 790 KABC
"ABC is deliberately defining what you promise you down I just deliberately defining it down to finding things down is a phrase once used by Daniel Patrick Moynihan with regard to deviance he what he suggested is that as a society we're constantly doing in order to excuse our own sin is we define stand down meeting things that used to be considered sinful and deviant are no longer sinful and you can't use the example of single motherhood he said that when you define single motherhood as quote unquote the new normal it's no longer deviant it's no normalized and get more of it well the left is defining white supremacy down in a different way what they're doing is they're saying everything is white supremacy so what do you get when you actually end up getting more of these people labeling each other white supremacist and that's what the left one okay so now to a sees thread so LC treats this out yesterday quote there is a difference between white supremacists and white supremacy eight first of all when she says this what she's actually attempting to do now is take the definition of white supremacy and brought it out to include a bunch of people who are not members the all right we don't write manifestos about Hitler who don't going should about pass a Walmart who who are who are out there right they they suffer from what your privacy as you'll see wait until she runs this definition because it's so broad that it encompasses it can encompass can be shaped compass nearly anything so she says there's a difference between white supremacists and white supremacy so first move in this in this broadening of the definition you can't say you're not a white supremacist just because you're not a white supremacist maybe what made you suffer from white supremacy and you just don't know which is white supremacy is like a virus they still no definition but it's like a virus meaning that it in fact people jumps from person to person without them knowing it because you don't know if you're sick she says you premises are those who have been completely overcome by the disease but you privacy the virus exists on a larger scale beyond just the infected it also lays dormant so just to be clear the virus go back to the private filling the virus set the virus exists on a larger scale beyond what you promised us and also can lie dormant so you can never have exhibited any symptom of white supremacy but still you can suffer from what you promised you can be a carrier of white supremacy so now you don't have to be in over racist a covert racist a person who knows that racist a person who has ever evinced any symptom of white supremacy and still you can get an agent of white supremacy because it's lying dormant in you is a look look at this is blown up from small group of white supremacist all writers were dangerous to anyone at any time who could suffer from this thing that's a virus called white supremacy and white supremacy exists and has a specific definition it is deeply evil I'm fighting people on a daily basis I know it they threaten my family but a OC is deliberately attempting to make this move into it's a dangerous over the country the AOC continues with this thread and she suggests white supremacy is often some conscious does not even conscious you don't even know if you're a white supremacist or if.
"daniel patrick moynihan" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Is Eric Harley and I'm Gary McNamara. Eight six six ninety redeye still chuckling from the last caller, I just. Some questions and other questions could we possibly answer? Right. Yeah. Well, and and it is a, you know, those rhetorical questions point out something a number of things that are very the very clear flaws when all you have to stop and think about how this would work in the case of burning and his in his plan for free college for everyone. Well. Hey, they won't they're not going to be able to afford for everyone. So then it's gonna get down to some get it. Some don't. Oh now, you've divided people. Well, everything's everything's gonna be means tested. Yes. You can't pay and pay. Based on the student is based on the family Medicare for all be means tested. Rush means you're going to have to pay. There are people that are going to get it for free. And then there are people that will have to pay for it, depending on your income because they can't afford to to just do it one way. And that's why we brought up Sweden or, you know, earlier in the show and and talked about over the last week or so John styles documentary on Sweden because that's the excuse. They always given the left. Well, we need to have the socialist Sweden has. And that's why he broke it down and said look Sweden the middle class pay a ton of taxes more. They don't tach the rich like they do in the United States, right because they understand in order to provide not for the socialist state, but for the welfare a more welfare state, actually, the economy is more free than the United States there. They need a ton of free enterprise to support a more welfare state, even though in some cases, that's not more of a welfare state because her. Pension system is actually a private system. Which depends on you yourself putting in what would they mentioned was the middle class taxes a lot higher than in the United States because when you want that consistent flow of tax dollars. You can't depend you see New York right now panicking because the because the salt taxes affecting the top incomes there. And they can't have that we talked about that before that when you when you take what is it New York was it like forty something percent is paid by the top one percent. And when you have that when you have a downturn. There's a massive reduction in in in in a tax receipts to the treasury when you're socialist nation or more of a socialist nation or more of a welfare state nation, you need to tax the middle class in order to get there. And we've talked about this. That's the big lie. The big lie is tax the billionaires, and we can pay for everybody else. That isn't the case. It's never been the case. So no, let's head to you. We go to Richard in Virginia, Richard. Hi, you're on Red Eye Radio. Welcome to the show. Hi, richard. Hey, guys. Great show as always get through the shift at night. Thanks, the the issue there. Yeah. Yeah. Man. The issue is with these socialists, liberals, progressives, whatever label we wanna put on them. They are counting on the economic illiteracy the economic ignorance. At present. And to continue to be able to to be able to pitch these wishlists free for everything free for me. And you know, you know, it's like you always like y'all say, you know, pe- people just want a free. They don't wanna have to pay for it. Somebody's gotta pay for who's gonna pay for it. The productive people the people who are working, and you're watching it is why can't we that? Well, why can't you get out of my pocket and go to work and get it yourself while and that's it because when you start nurturing that state, I mean, it was Daniel Patrick Moynihan, a democrat that coined the phrase the pathology of dependency years ago, but but as you get closer to that that state of more and more gimmes, there's less than incentive to go out and earn other. And so then you have more people dependent on the government, and that grows your you're basically rewarding for for nothing for less. Well, and it's made with the education system. You know, if it's going to be for free. It's going to be devalued. Okay. Who does and you're gonna and in Germany as I understand it the way they do it at your means tested and your steered towards what you're testing determines. You're going to be proficient at well. I'm you know, you're testing tells me I'm going to be proficient to be a mechanic. I don't want to be a mechanic. I wanna be a doctor y'all are withholding. My y'all are denying me depriving me of my inalienable right to choose. What I wanna do? Then you start getting into the caste system like avenue. India wants your Shumate, yo you're dead as you make your granddaddy was a shoemaker. You're going to be a humane totally counterintuitive everything we do in America. And that's the whole point. When we talk about the fact that I don't believe we live in a country that wants socialism were free stuffer country because as soon as you start at but as soon as you start giving free stuff, even free college education. You see what happens in these societies where they say, okay? Well, we just can't give it to everybody. You need to means tested. Somehow we have to we. See what the value of it is we've got because there is no value in education because you can take whatever you want and the government will pay for it. Thanks for it. Well, it's not productive. But then we need to start steering people towards what will actually be productive for our country, which takes away your choice. So you say we get a free education. But it's not what you wish to do. Right. I mean, if you look at the way that with with the John documentary, the idea of of nurturing capitalism and free markets re enterprise in order to support a welfare the welfare state, but what you're also doing intern is that your promoting less of a welfare state in terms of the number of people that would be reliant on the government government is if you're promoting free enterprise, if you're promoting people going out, and and your your your nurturing that as in terms of policy, then there is a. Great benefit to the masses. When there is that expansion wealth. Whether it's innovation whatever, it might be when that expansion wealth happens it lifts everyone, which means that those on the lowest end of that income scale also benefit bringing more people out of that welfare state. Look, the problem is always been the fact that we become a country that is accepted debt that you'd think about that. That's the whole problem has come from that. Because what we have figured out. Once we figured out that we could find a way to tax people without representation, and we have we've successfully figured out a way to have taxation without representation. What do we do? We borrow money that has to be paid back generations later, which means we put the burden on future generations. And they're they're not born yet. So they can't be represented. They don't have a say that debt is on them. Whether they like it or not we found that. Loophole. And we just don't think about it. Because when you think about it every one of you right now, when you think about it, you say, it's pretty immoral thing to do it really really is. When you think about it? We're getting what we want to date. Now, if you're saying we're doing it because of the war the nation's survival you can make that case. But even in a war, you can pay that within a generation or what kind of debt that we have now for what we want now. And that's what it's about. It's about what we want. Now, the debt is not because we have a strong military the debt is because of what the public wants now, and what the public wants in a federal government. And because we have the ability to tax without representation future generations and commit that immorality. It's the only reason that we're in the fiscal situation that we're in and will. In the future when it comes to hot in the world, we pay off this debt. We put the burden and then the devastation that will come with it on people that had no say in it whatsoever. When we had John Taffer on years ago from our restaurant bar rescue. You may have seen it. It's on paramount. I used to be spike TV, but it's on paramount. When they get into their, you know, they have a like a marathon on Sunday. I'm like, I'm like scolding out loud. Taffer Mike Taffer, I need to be doing show prep, but actually some of this show prep in that would because when we had him on. I said, okay. What do you think there was there was a bar owner that had was nine hundred thousand a million dollars? And I can't imagine that kind of individual debt. Right. And I said, you know, you think it's generational. Do you think that these individuals just look at those numbers on the paper, and they don't really put a value to it? Because clearly they didn't care about that debt. I mean, what what do you think is behind that? And he said, yeah, I mean, it is they're just looking at this as almost like this two dimensional thing. Just a set of numbers just a ledger. And and it's it's not really mind. Somebody else will take care of it. And that's when you talk about the national debt on such a massive massive level when we stop. Opt, caring about it. And our audience notwithstanding, then it becomes then you have to think about the mentality of what is it that we that? Why is as you mentioned war, that's one thing? But that survival of writing, but it has been it has been much more than that. It is you know, when you when you have people. That represent you. Well, and and if you don't care they're not gonna care, and we've talked about that that are willing to go out and spend other people's money. All day long every day. And and we're looking at twenty two trillion dollars in debt. And growing where does it end because what changes that mentality? The only thing that changes that is a is a catastrophic event economically. And and that is going to see entire programs goal way. Forget about the haircut. Remember years ago? We were talking about they were talking about the idea. Okay. If you if you you know, the penny plan. All right. You just got one percent or whatever or you. Just don't increase right. A zero out. We're we're nowhere even close to that. When you talk about a catastrophic event, though entire programs would go away. And and now we have more building up massive deficits and massive debt in good times bad times. Traditional while things are bad. We need to have infrastructure in the in the good times with good economic growth. We are. We are just skyrocketing the debt and that was with Republicans in power imagine Democrats in power that as we've seen now. And and they're not shy about it at all forget about they can't even look at it anymore. They started saying, well, the Republicans are spending too much well now with the Castro Cortez, and where they're headed in fifty one trillion ninety one trillion. I mean, they're they're they're talking one hundred times two hundred times the spending that we have right now. It's like, it doesn't even matter where do that point. Where look the money does even matter just go with we care about what what it is. We'll just figure out a way somewhere down the line to do it absolute irresponsibility. But again, you get absolute irresponsibility when you start out being a little responsible, right? And then a little bit more responsible. And what do you get to you? Get to the point now where it's absolute. Well, yeah. Because you touch the flame will that didn't burn it. Now, we're hand we've got both hands over a flame and believe it's not gonna burn it's horrible that we've got to this point not unexpected. By the way, we have not produced the idea and possibility of going to war on a massive scale with one or more sovereign nations. And what that would take eight six six ninety redeye..
"daniel patrick moynihan" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"I don't know how many times I was telling somebody earlier today. I got there's so many times I can't count the number of moderate Republicans. It came up to me. You gotta get this Republican to stop talking about abortion. We're going to never win election. We're we're we're we're social liberals fiscal conservatives, and you gotta get everywhere. I went whenever the Republicans lost an election. It was assumed that was why. And I always said to the let me tell you something if we're not willing to stand up for life. What the hell else? Are we going to be able to have any value win? I tried to tell him that it was about so much more than abortion. It's if you don't have a government that is willing to stand up for life wherever it is particularly its own citizens. And if you have a population that is not. Oriented in the same direction. And you're you're you're going to watch the slow devolution of anything of value. If life is not worth fighting for if we've we all only get one. And if we're not going to evening gauge the battle to snuff out life, if we're not even going to engage the people who wanna get rid of undesirable babies then. What what what else is going to fall by the wayside? And that is what we are seeing crime rate goes up everything goes up. Daniel Patrick Moynihan defining deviancy down so much perverted. Garbage continues to happen that we are unable to deal with it. So we all automatically eventually declare it normal and as. All kinds of crimes and injustices. Are suddenly given up the fight against the proclaim normal than we have the declining moral foundation of our society. We're living. The. Practical results of it. And it was a pity is d- by standing ovations in the New York state Senate when they applauded the fact that non medical personnel can now do abortions even up to the due date and. If a baby in the womb is is intended to be aborted and survives the process. They go ahead and kill it after birth. That was. Given a standing ovation to and then they turn the lights pink on the buildings in New York City and celebration. I'm just telling you that. That is a degradation and a devaluing. That I don't know how you you account for. But it's it didn't happen overnight. This stuff has been creeping up on us. And there have not been. Well, I don't mean to impugn people who have devoted their lives and fought very hard against it. But in terms of the. Real commitment to this. It's kind of been it's kind of been wavering in now. Everybody's asking why were they applauding murder, and I'll tell you the answer again is because here's here's the big change in this. This is another illustration of just how far our decline culturally in society has been for all those years when abortion was discussed. It was always framed in terms of a civil rights issue or a human rights issue for the mother a woman's right to choose is what it was about pregnancy is an illness, pregnancies a psychological disorder, potentially. It was never whenever we discussed abortion. The fact that it was a human being was not permitted to be discussed couldn't even discuss the concept of when does life again because there wasn't a life there. It was nothing than a freedom issue. Civil rights. Human rights was a women's rights issue. That's the way it was discussed. They couldn't dare admit to what the practical result of this. Well, that's out the window. They don't even have to hide what they're doing. Now. They're applauding what they're doing. The New York state Senate did not give a standing ovation to women's rights being furthered or a woman's right to choose being advanced. They were applauding. The ability now. To aboard h up to the due date. And then snuff out the life of a child that survives the the abortion. That's so they're they're they're not even afraid anymore to be honest about what this issue is..
"daniel patrick moynihan" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Calvin Coolidge is nineteen Twenty-three speech. Was the first to be broadcast nationwide. President Roosevelt in nineteen thirty six gave the first evening say the union address. But that president was not again, followed until the nineteen sixties Harry Truman's, nineteen forty seven address was the first to be broadcast on television. Bill Clinton's nineteen Ninety-seven address was the first broadcast available on the internet. And. In nineteen sixty eight television networks in the US for the first time impose no time. Limit for their coverage of a state of the union address Lyndon Johnson gave that with the address was followed by extensive televised commentary from among others. Daniel Patrick Moynihan and Milton Friedman the economist. Incidentally, every member of congress can bring one guest to the state of union address. The president gets up to twenty four guests who can sit with the first lady in her box. The speaker of the house also gets up to twenty four guest guest speakers box. Cd for congress on the main floor is by a first in first serve basis. No reservations. However, the cabinet except for that one person supreme court justices members of the diplomatic corps and the military leaders of the joint chiefs of staff do have reserved seating. But that's interesting. I didn't know that the speaker and the president they invited to twenty four guests each interesting way, six six five zero JIMBO one eight six six five zero five four six two.
"daniel patrick moynihan" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Feeling that equation completely reversed. The government works for us. Not the other way around made a big impact on the early on one of those searing memories that you have as a young child was one very distinct memory of watching my mother, push a wad of cash across a table into the hands of what I now understand to have been corrupt local official. She was trying to get a passport. So that we could get out of there. And almost every transaction in a country like that carries with it bribery. Abuse of power. And that's that's stuck with me. When is it that you knew you wanted to be involved in foreign policy because that is your backroom in public service? It began with a desire to be involved in public service. I think even as a child growing up I knew that in some way, I wanted to get back to the country that gave me freedom. Dave gave me this opportunity and. I guess the the first opportunity I had was as a speechwriter at the State Department to the secretary of state, actually, I live that was not the first opportunity. I was a congressional staffer. I should have mentioned that I right out of college working for Senator. Daniel Patrick Moynihan of New York, and that was between college and grad school. So and you went on from there to I went to Oxford as a Rhodes scholar, and that was my graduate school came back worked on President Clinton's first presidential campaign, and then became a speechwriter at the State Department for whom then secretary of State Warren, Christopher, and then stayed on to work for Madeleine Albright when she was secretary, and then went over to the White House to become President Clinton's foreign policy speechwriter and have you heard from the Clinton says you one your seat I heard from from Hillary yesterday. Gave me a congratulatory phone. Call. Very nice to hear from what was that conversation? Like. Well, I think we both felt a sense of relief. Actually, that's not just I had one. But the Democrats had won this very fragile foothold that we have in the house of representatives to exercise checks and balances at a very delicate moment in the history of our country, you defeated Republican Leonard, Lance when.