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"david corny" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"This is David corny serves as the Washington bureau chief for the magazine Mother Jones also as an on air analyst for MSNBC we appreciate your time with us today good to be with you this morning what's the political implications for the actions that are on the last couple of days do you think well I think we're not gonna know for sure because we need to see how this unfolds right now we have one air strike and and we have outrage in the Middle East we have around knowing revenge and looks like we're escalating this could go wrong and bad very quickly or maybe it will Peter out I I think the latter is not likely but it's certainly a possibility so I think the full political ramifications won't be known and to have a full picture of what this escalating that leads to they are all that said you know it's hard to look at trump's decision making on this outside the context of impeachment which I know we're yet to and so they're they're the politics of what he's doing and then on the democratic side as we head into the primaries in the caucus which is a little out of months away from now we can expect the democratic candidates to be talking about how they would handle situation like that in their responses and you do have a divide between say of Joe Biden who did vote for the Iraq war resolution and Bernie Sanders who didn't and I would expect senator Sanders to make a lot of that against the backdrop of a possible new war it was the it was involving the U. S. in the Middle East so this could be you know our foreign policy has not been front and center in the democratic primary this could put it there and you know what that means you know for other candidates I don't know who the judge I've obviously talks are having served in Iraq so you have something to say about all the candidates will have something to say but I think right now very actions will depend on what further happens out so close to home though this other stories in the papers about the renew calls for a new debate on the authority of war in whose gender role the Congress do you think anything comes out of that as far as a change is concerned you know every time a president takes military action without consulting Congress and it happened a lot on both sides of the aisle we have a debate about the war powers resolution and about what the constitution says that Congress has the right to declare war while the president is in charge of the military and certainly other has the right to move to take steps to protect here to protect the country on it hourly or daily basis it seems to me in this instance it's pretty clear that this is an act of war it's not a you know and and that's our counterterrorism activity that is covered by legislation passed after nine eleven when you see people making that argument whether it was legal action on legal constitutional unconstitutional the the the reporting indicates that the administration's wind that there was an imminent threat we had to move right away the intelligence is a raise it is very clear on that is what the reporting is and certainly nobody who's been shown the intelligence of talk to in Congress has come for and so yes we believe there was an imminent threat of so there is no imminent threat wide so the president took an act of war without consulting Congress this gets to the heart of this constitutional question and it indeed will be racing by the candidates whether any Republican you know when they over there in that building who Mitch McConnell or the Republicans in the house in the minority want to deal with this I doubt if they don't they don't take trump they would take you know trump on learning anything and then you have people and the agency like a rand Paul libertarian is often talking about the excesses of executive power but he's been sleeveless slavishly devoted to trump in recent months will he make a big stink about this I don't know you can ask questions of the record by calling two oh two seven four eighty thousand for Democrats Republicans two oh two separate eight thousand one and independence to two separate eight thousand to Twitter and our texting service also available to you one of the things you published in recent days on your Twitter feed I'll just give you have a you can fill in the blanks with a warranty against Iran brewing don't listen to the hawks to light as the door rack yes I mean I still don't think the country is fully recovered from the two thousand three invasion of Iraq which was misguided it led to forty five hundred American servicemen and women losing their lives and I thirty thousand or so of service members having casualties and think about that for a fact but we tend not to think about this but about two hundred thousand maybe more Iraqi civilians not talking about combatants civilians lost their lives in the violence and chaos that came afterwards so of that war was misguided it was done it was poorly prosecuted and lead to bad results including the were the rise of the of the virtual rise isis and how do we get into that war we got in that war basically because bush and Cheney administration lied about the threat Saddam posed to Americans you know what I'm basically to Francis city was allied with al Qaeda he wasn't there was no evidence he said that he was amassing weapons of mass destruction to use against the United States well there is no evidence of that and there are no WMDs no WMD program programs but yet while the ministrations doing that we had people in the political world the media world pundits commentators who out there beating the drums for war the cleaning the washing posted Turrell page the Wall Street journal editorial page David Brooks your New York times columnist Sean Hannity Sean Hannity who's on the list so are you still there this is kind of the problem with that we have with our the media system overall a lot of these people got it wrong they said things that they had no evidence for saying to pave the way to war which is a really serious matter Hey when you think of the consequences and so I didn't Mother Jones Matt Matt cone and I another reporter there but you have the list of people who were wrong last time and who probably should not be listened to this time if they start weighing in on what we should do in around because you brought up impeachment and I think you made a connection between the current active how do you how do you connect those dots the well let me start with my days line analysis which will probably enrage the Republican callers I think Donald Trump is a is a is a pathological narcissist who sees the world only in terms of how it affects him he doesn't really care much about other things and so when he under under under the cloud now of impeachment he is angry his enraged and he wants revenge against the Democrats he wants also a different narrative to tell and the reporting indicates that when the out of the his national security team came to him within the last week of December and said okay we have we've had some you know attacks in Iran the military US military contractor was killed in an attack and then the the leave embassy was was attacked here's a list of options what what we do and the assassinating this Alemania option was considered far out the most extreme and yet he chose that I think he wanted to make a bold statement and that he was thinking more about how this would affect him in his political standing then the strategic consequences in a rat so that's why I think you know in teacher puts him into a corner and he wants to lash out and show that he's not weak and so that led that affected this decision making it also creates you know and whether you know and to know about he probably can tell us this it also creates a distraction and destruction is a is dismissing it creates another thing I'm portant thing for us to talk about we're talking about that now instead of this are you just talking about impeachment and it has the world looking at him now through that lens rather than through the lens of impeachment what that might do you see parallels between that and then what we saw with president Clinton launching strikes during his in Pete my process well it it's an easy yeah comparison and I I think you know I I I I think of why you thought that strike was not justified I think in some ways it was not as consequential did take some lives as this strike because this is video this is clearly you have clearly an act of war that was not authorized by Congress your secretary part pale saying you know the world is safer now but yet we are evacuating Americans for around the region because it's not safe for and the capitals in the Middle East and elsewhere are hunkering down wondering what's going to happen next this was clearly a a a significant active this escalation without it seems a strategic plan about what to do what the endgame is I remember when he pulled out of the around nuclear deal from promise that things would be calmer and safer basically more sane instead we have the exact opposite R. David corner gas our first call for you comes on a Republican lines from Philadelphia Bob you're on with our guests good morning good morning she spent thank you for taking my call Mr corn I am absolutely amazed that from day one of people like yourselves that we even before the president was inaugurated were out to get this president when you talk about vengeance the vengeance is coming directly from the last there is nothing that this president can do that you'll ever agree with and I I get it I get to see that I pity you because you must the day and night scheme one anyway from the time you wake up to the time you close your eyes at night when you fall asleep you must just scheme or ways to get this president did that make sure haters are that makes you a hater it does not make you an investigative reporter you're anything but then that's a shame that's a shame I mean you're sitting there in disguise as an investigative reporter you're anything but you are anything but you are sorry well thank you fervor to turning him down there because I was an ad hominem attack yeah I I will say this I would cover the president before he became president and I saw that he had a U. what's here there was a pathological pension for lying and I mean the it's just undeniable with hunt thousands of lives before he became president and now over fifteen thousand lies and false statements from according to The Washington Post that that makes him a lot of ways a national security threat you can't trust the president when he comes forward and this week and the says we have intelligence that such such is going to happen this is a guy who lies about the size of his you know narration crowd realize about whether he used a sharpie on a weather map there's a deal is so it is hard for the public which has to support military actions you know what to believe when this person is elected so from.
"david corny" Discussed on AE Mind Academy
"Do that. Just that was acute. Mice Shit mindset shift for me right now as you were saying. That was like we should be doing that. We you know right we don't but we should be doing that because you notice what happens when you do when you are fully present in the moment when you're talking to somebody and everything else kind of just blurs away and and you're just focusing on that one individual stories orange connecting with that person you're you're laughing and you're you know whatever you you telling jokes with each other and everything else disappears but then there are times when we're talking to somebody. Dan You know in the back of our mind we think we're going to eat later on today or the TV show and all these were the add kicks in or what totally but yeah I mean it's very powerful when and we take every single moment as if this was the most important moment in our lives at that point. How many moments do we flush down the toilet of our past as like like this moment is not significant. This is a boring moment. This is a stupid moment. I don't have to pay attention to this one. How many do we never get those back like I have a belief. I've modeled this from a lot of the most powerful and successful some of the most successful but there's a very particular kind of person that I've found this belief to be present in and it's people who are really prolific in their work like people who are constantly producing inducing stuff that they're just like. There's this drive to like make new stuff and I think of like Joe. Rogan is a good example of this There's a youtube guy named mark. Plyer who I think is a good example of this. Kevin Smith is a good example of this just people who are like hungry. I I believe then I can correlate that behavior to a lack of belief in the afterlife and the reason I go down. This road is because I look at it and say what if believing that when I die there is something else causes me to take my foot off of the gas just a little bit what if it causes me to not suck every last bit of life out of every single the moment. I don't mind if I'm wrong when I get there but to me. That's a risk I'm not willing to take. I am not willing to take the risk that that I might believe whatever it's not that big a deal. I don't have to pursue this thing. I don't have to try to make the world a better place. I don't have to work that hard. Because whatever I'm there's there's more but when I know when I have a belief that this is it you have this life you have a finite amount of seconds left in your life and when when that's up that's up that makes me go okay I gotta do. I have to live every moment like it's my last. You know what I mean. I don't know if that's really possible entirely like I think people can get ninety nine percent of the way there but I wonder if it's possible one hundred percent. That's I'm definitely not I mean I do believe that. There is something afterwards I believe in higher power I for me. Personally does fuel me to actually go out and do like more because explain that because I think there's different pats up the same mountain like different people can find strategies for so. How do you find yourself because you are one of those people that I think is prolifically creating stuff and driving. What drives you several different things but they get for me? It is a form of like like legacy in the sense that you know once I go get up there. I WANNA y'all look back with my family. Members and be like look you know what we created. Look what we did and our kids can still benefit are the generation that are two comer can still benefit looked down from up above and say you know this is amazing now. They're we don't repeat from the from the fruits of our neighbor and we laid down the foundation so that they can also continue to benefit overall society so i. I don't know it doesn't seem like you spend a lot of time thinking about it like in other words. You're like yes. I believe that there's something there and right now. Now I'm right here. Definitely is that accurate. That's there and I'm right here and I wanNA build so much here now so that once I'm ready to really fully think about that face then I can look back in my life and say look you know boom lay down the framework of the track so that that so many of the people can benefit from from the way that I've done right and I think this illustrates one of my one of the most important lessons that I think I got from studying. NLP neuro linguistic programming for those of you who don't know what that is is that there isn't one right way for anything ah there is only what works for you and when you when you look at your life if you go I'm very happy with the level all of Dr that I have and passion and what I'm creating and I look at that and I go I know because I've tried it that if I held the same belief system about the world it would cause me to let my foot off the gas but it doesn't for you perfectly illustrates my point that you cannot go round assuming that your way is right for everybody else it has to be it reminds me of this of you know the body language experts you guys talk about this a lot in the NLP courses so if you have somebody that has arms like this right. Albuque- correct me if I'm getting this any boy 'cause you're the master and I'm just so student but if you have your arms crossed body language experts was say that that's because you're trying to close off and you're shutting down but you're saying it can mean a number of things that you're cold. Air could mean that this is just something normal polls that you do just to relax on a number of different things like for one person. Yes it can mean that they're trying to close off and shut off after somebody else absolutely right yes that kind of similar to what you're yet absolutely another way that I would say it is we talked to to bring it. Full Circle pickled to beliefs. We talked about beliefs at the beginning so I have a belief that beliefs have consequences sequences and specific beliefs have specific consequences in other words you can look at the way that someone relates to money or the way that someone relates to their health and fitness and you can trace their behavior back to beliefs leaves that are informing that behavior but it is not fair to say that the same beliefs work for you will produce the same specific results for me. Only that your beliefs your specific beliefs have specific acidic consequences and my specific beliefs have specific consequences but swapping. Them may not be ideal. You actually have to look at the the human being like we are unique snowflakes David Corny but it's true it is true. We're all unique. We have our own set of beliefs that can drive us one way or another so that's one thing you brought up a good point health and fitness and getting fin- whether it's wanted to go out and exercise every single day of the week or listen. I haven't exercised in years and I WANNA go for a brisk walk once a week. each person is different right so you've seen a lot of individuals. I know through your many years of one on one coaching sessions either through Hypnosis Zred and I'll pee in front of large audiences where you've coached people through their own personal situations you know and so they can have help them achieve their goals in their own fitness circle of life right. What are some things that you've seen some patterns that you've seen that people do in this round that take them to say not achieve the goals that they want want to achieve with health and fitness and what are the things that you've seen that. Has You know giving people the right vehicle to get them to to follow through with those goes. Well let me turn this around on you. You are a mind expert. I would say like I I think that's safe to say you're definitely memory expert but I would go farther than that and I would say that in order to be a memory expert is kind of like if you're going to and you're going to be a golf expert. You have to be in pretty good physical shape in order to do that. One thing you might be a golf expert but you have to be overall all in pretty good shape in order to be really really good at that one thing so I think you are a mind expert. How do you find find that exercise relates to your mind and your capacity to do things with your mind. They you do well well. It's it's it's a huge contributing factor to whether I can perform. Well are not in a memorization van in fact add or just learn something new. A new score went all right if I have a like. I'm physically at a peak state. Where I I exercise regularly? I take my dog out for her. Her you know regular runs. Dan I perform a lot better in mental and memory competitions central performances that if I take off a few weeks or a few months of not exercising of eating crappy eating French fries burgers every single day and stuff right so so I have seen a direct correlation between doing the right activities and not doing the right activities and what that leads to an actual mind competition memory competition so so I guess one of the beliefs to answer your question now that you said that is one of the most significant mind-blowing. Doing Paradigm Shifts that I've ever had around the concept of exercise is your whole body is your brain. You don't have a brain and body audie. Your whole body is your brain and this is both somewhat scientifically accurate. It's not literally accurate but you you have as many neurons in your gut as you do in your brain. You're there is eighty percent more serotonin coenen produced in your gut. Then eighty percent of all the serotonin produced in your body is produced in your gut. Serotonin is a brain chemical like your capacity hassle to feel open and loving and connected to other people has to do with your digestion. It's not a mind thing in the sense that it's not a ahead thing so for me. I mean I heard I heard whose name Virgin Airlines Lines Richard Branson Richard Branson was asked what is the single most important behavior that you have that contributes to.
"david corny" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Larry elder dot com and click on the alliance defending freedom banner at the very top. Thank you so much in the article that I mentioned Colorado asserts the right to renew attack on baker's Christianity. Referring to Jack Phillips that's up on larryelder dot com. Check that out. We were talking about President Trump praising general, Robert E Lee. But calling the person who beat Robert E Lee, Ulysses grant, incredible. NBC news said that Trump called Robert E Lee incredible. When in fact, he didn't they issued a correction? And after Trump made his comment people on the left went absolutely stir. Crazy, Charles Johnson who has a website called little green footballs. It says Trump Robert E Lee was a great general reality, Robert E Lee was a traitor. Someone named Shannon Coulter posted this PS, a which Dan for a public service announcement PSA to any company considering donating GOP, and it's candidates. It's leader just praised the pro slavery side, the civil war in the form of Robert E Lee advise if you give them a dime right now. I will work hard to associate your brand name was slavery for the next two years. David corny, right for nation magazine, the most left wing magazines in the country seven thousand Ohioans soldiers fighting for the union were killed during the civil war. Trump prays at Robert E Lee who led the troops that killed him and Trump's Ohio, supporters cheered. Now that's deplorable close quote..
"david corny" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"Larry elder dot com and click on the alliance defending freedom banner at the very top. Thank you so much in the article that I mentioned Colorado searched the right to renew attack on baker's Christianity. Referring to Jack Phillips that's up on larryelder dot com. Check that out. We were talking about President Trump praising general, Robert E Lee. But calling the persons who beat Robert E Lee, Ulysses grant, incredible. NBC news said that Trump called Robert L E incredible. When in fact, he didn't they issued a correction? And after Trump made his comment people on the left when absolutely stir crazy Charles Johnson who has a website called little green footballs. It says Trump Robert E Lee was a great general reality was a traitor. Someone named Shannon Coulter posted this PS which Dan for public service announcement PSA to any company considering donating two GOP and his candidates. It's leader just praised the pro slavery side, the civil war in the form of Robert E Lee advise if you give them a dime right now. I will work hard to associate your brand name was slavery for the next two years. David corny right for nation magazine. One of the most left wing magazines in the country seven thousand or Highland soldiers fighting for the union were killed during the civil war. Trump prays at Robert E Lee who led the troops that killed him and Trump's Ohio, supporters cheered. Now that's deplorable close quote..