21 Burst results for "David Harsanyi"

"david harsanyi" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

06:49 min | 7 months ago

"david harsanyi" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"I think that's a big mistake they're making as you see Hispanic voters far more complicated than that, as we see in recent elections. So I agree on that front. I think they don't take things seriously, the border, and that's why. Let's talk about because one of the big disconnects too is, of course, the wishful way the left likes to be like Europe. And we saw Kamala Harris this week unbelievably faking a French accent. I don't know she's trying to pander to her audience. I mean, they've got her sort of under wraps. She's got her poll numbers are farther underwater than Biden's. You write in your book, Euro trash. Europe is coming apart at the seams. We better be very, very aware of the European story right now because let's face it, a whole lot of Democrats want us to be like Europe. Take immigration since you just mentioned it. When you in Europe, you have a similar situation where immigrants from one place were let in in huge numbers a few years ago. And you have a lack of assimilation because of the policies that allowed that to happen. So you have ghettos of people who do not embrace the liberal values of western society, who have generational unemployment or will who live apart and compartmentalize from society as a whole. This is not good for the immigrants. It is not good for the nation. It creates a backlash of ethno nationalistic feelings and things like that. So we have to avoid that. We've actually been very good at assimilating people, despite what you hear, we are actually the most tolerant country in any real way. In any way that matters for newcomers. That's why they're streaming in here. And Democrats, for instance, so that's just the most obvious lesson we can learn from Europe. I hope everybody gets the book, Euro trash, why America must reject the failed ideas of a continent written by our guest, author David harsanyi. I also want to flag your article in national review about the president's laughable call for civility. Biden said, he hopes we can get back to a place where there's more civility in politics. I really mean it, and I've never seen it this way. That's pretty rich coming from him, David. Yeah, I mean, he's the guy who attacked Mitt Romney of all people and claimed that he wanted to put black Americans back into chains. When Democrats talk about civility, they usually just mean they want it. The same way when they talk about unity, they essentially just want you to accept their framing of issues. They want you to accept their idea of policies to unify around. They do not offer the same to the opposition. And certainly Joe Biden never has. But I'm so weary of everything is in a left right dynamic. Every COVID vaccines masks, a kid on trial in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Everything that ought to be sort of non political is and listen, I've done this for a living for four decades, so I know how debate goes in America, but do you agree with me that there is this rush to politicize everything I would argue, the politicization of COVID and mandates and protocols has come from the left, not the right? I agree with you. I think everything's been politicized. I don't know why that's happening, maybe social media, something to do with it or the way that we interact with each other, but it is, it is distressing. I used to argue, you know when you have low voter turnout that's actually a good sign that people aren't obsessed with politics that they have other things on their mind, but increasingly, it seems like politics and bids at all things. And that's a dangerous way to have to run a society or to for society to be assembled. So I agree with that. And yeah, but I also agree that the left is in essence, propelling this. I mean, they did it with COVID. And you have to react to what they're doing. To me, it's a fight between liberalism in some sense, and authoritarianism. And what happened during COVID was authoritarian when people just shut down unilaterally shut down a church or governor. I mean, to me, that's an illiberal act that needs to be pushed back against and the only way to do that is through politics. So I'm not really sure how to fix the problem. Well, let's end with that political prognostication here for 2022 and beyond because this week, for example, 13 Republicans handed the Biden administration a giant domestic victory by voting for this infrastructure Bill. And a lot of anger, a lot of infighting, where most of the infighting seems to have been coming from the Democrats, but over this one, you had 19 senators from the Republican Party, 13 in the house. What do you think that does that bode, is that bad news for 2022? Or is this a blip on the radar? And we're still going to take back the House and the Senate next year. I usually don't make predictions. So this is not a prediction. These are my thoughts right now. I think it's a tougher scent. It's tougher than the house. I think house is Republicans have a good chance of taking back the house, and you see the trends of what is going on. The poll numbers for Joe Biden, the sort of energy that the right has right now in certain issues. The Senate's always a little tougher because you're talking about candidates and entire states. So it depends what happens in Georgia. And elsewhere in Pennsylvania, it depends who's running things of that nature right now. I think that's going to be tougher. I think it could happen. You only need to turn one seat. So in the Senate is more bored for Republicans because you have courts to worry about and things like that. But I think that generally, the environment is very good for Republicans right now. You know, it depends on whether you know how fast things move now like can happen in a year. Sure can, but if last week was any indicator, it could be a harbinger of things to come. I don't know that the Democrats or the Republicans saw last week coming with the election results. No, I'm surprised to meet Virginia had become a blue state for sure. I lived near there. The way that he won and the issues that were matter to suburban voters there. I think it does not bode well for Democrats moving forward considering their relationship with teachers unions and their embrace of masking policies for kids and things like that. So but every state is a little different, but I think that that is not a good sign for Democrats for 2022. David harsanyi I respect you very much. I appreciate your work. We cited often, as I said on the show, help everybody gets the book Euro trash. Keep fighting the good fight. Thanks for joining us here on the mic Gallagher show. Thank you for the kind words. Thank you for having me..

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"david harsanyi" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

05:50 min | 7 months ago

"david harsanyi" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"Com studios. This is America first with Sebastian gorka. Welcome back to one on one with mitigated columnist David harsanyi. Well, let's grasp the nettle by the thorn Brexit. What does Brexit mean? Is it the last saving grace? Is it the Hail Mary? Or is it irrelevant in terms of the Euro trash ideas of the continent? Because at the end of the day, it's not the continent. It's the UK and it's the UK rejecting the bad ideas. Well, what is the geo strategic or historic import of those 17 million breaths saying thanks, but no thanks. Now, as you know, the British have always been a poor fit I think in the European Union or fit, the French didn't really even want them to be part of it initially. They are far more far less controlled than ever took on the currency. They're more free market oriented in general. The British are my favorite my favorite people in Europe because we come from them. We are their spawn. We have there. It's their ideas that made America great. I think they manifested in more better ways here in the long run and the British sort of abandoned many of them, but in general I'm a fan and I'm a fan of Brexit. But does it really change much? I don't think so. I mean, the so called conservatives in Britain are just in Europe, there is no real ideological right. There is a nationalistic right, perhaps. There is sort of a status right. But there aren't very many classical liberals on the right. There are some, I'm not saying, but when you have these governments, it's usually just once status party against another, which is what's happening now, probably in Britain for the most part. So I don't think it changes much in the trajectory of Europe itself. Obviously, it's different. I'm a bigger fan of Britain than Germany, but in the end, neither cold a torch to hold a candle to the United States. But what if this were a catalytic event? Because we've seen hungry where your family has from Poland, other countries that were formerly suppressed satrapies of the Soviet Union, then our members of the EU and in many cases they look at it as sconce and they say, well, this isn't exactly what we signed up for when you're telling us we have to take in X number of Afghan refugees. That's not exactly what we had in mind when we joined the EU. So could Brexit significance be not what it gives the Brits on their island, but a potential knock on effect for other countries that want to reject the quote unquote Euro trash ideas, David? Well, I'm very sympathetic to the problems hunger in Poland ab with the EU in the sense that they're not allowed to govern themselves anymore because this giant bureaucracy wants to tell them what to do beyond the economic problems where they regulate literally everything. But now they want to suppress cultural these cultures in essence and make it one big giant bureaucracy. So I understand that. The problem I think is that country like Hungary, for instance, is very reliant on the EU as far as economic issues go and trade. I think it's a net beneficiary of funding. So it's very important. So they have a sort of symbiotic relationship, I guess. And with the bigger nations like Germany that runs the EU. So it's going to be very difficult for smaller countries to do that. And they may turn towards Russia and that would be a different set of problems. So in China, you know, so this becomes a problematic, but a nation as large as Poland, for example. I mean, that's a play you're hungry has only 10 million residents. But when you're Poland, you could actually have a little bit more autonomy from the EU and these bad ideas potentially. Yeah, I think Poland is, you know, you know, a lot of conservatives here talk about hungry, but Hungary is a small nation. It's economy isn't very big. But Poland's a different story, though not a huge economy, either, but much more of a player than Hungary or Slovakia or something like that. So I think that's a little bit different. The reason my book is mostly focused on Western Europe is because no one in none of these Paul krugman is saying we need to be more like Bulgaria or Hungary. I'm Hungarians on peddling these ideas or polls, right? Right, right, right. So I mean, I wish I said very sympathetic to why Hungary does what it does. I just wish it was a little more. It was more liberal, but, you know, than it is, but I also have to say, I don't think it's any more illiberal than France. You know, they talk about, you know, how they're shutting down sora schools or whatever. Well, in France, someone knocks on your door and finds you $20,000 for saying something. I'm not sure why that's any less illiberal than what goes on in Hungary. I just think this is a well, you know what? I know you're asking a rhetorical question. It's because because the government in Hungary conservative, you know, if Macron does it, it's not bad, but if somebody who's called a conservative will cause themselves as a conservative, then it's evil Devi. And specifically social conservatives who talk about Christianity in ways that European Union won't. Now, I just want to quickly say, I think that the important thing here to remember as far as your point about maybe a domino effect here is that there has never been anyone who's picked up a rifle to defend the honor of the European Union. No one no one cares about it. It's not the same thing for Hungary and I'm not saying there would be a war or anything. But I think that people fund meaning in their nationalistic in their history and their culture. People don't die for the European Parliament. Exactly. No one really cares. And that's, I think why begs it one in the end and why maybe other countries will follow, you never know..

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'Eurotrash' Author David Harsanyi Shares His Thoughts on Brexit

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:55 min | 7 months ago

'Eurotrash' Author David Harsanyi Shares His Thoughts on Brexit

"Welcome back to one on one with mitigated columnist David harsanyi. Well, let's grasp the nettle by the thorn Brexit. What does Brexit mean? Is it the last saving grace? Is it the Hail Mary? Or is it irrelevant in terms of the Euro trash ideas of the continent? Because at the end of the day, it's not the continent. It's the UK and it's the UK rejecting the bad ideas. Well, what is the geo strategic or historic import of those 17 million breaths saying thanks, but no thanks. Now, as you know, the British have always been a poor fit I think in the European Union or fit, the French didn't really even want them to be part of it initially. They are far more far less controlled than ever took on the currency. They're more free market oriented in general. The British are my favorite my favorite people in Europe because we come from them. We are their spawn. We have there. It's their ideas that made America great. I think they manifested in more better ways here in the long run and the British sort of abandoned many of them, but in general I'm a fan and I'm a fan of Brexit. But does it really change much? I don't think so. I mean, the so called conservatives in Britain are just in Europe, there is no real ideological right. There is a nationalistic right, perhaps. There is sort of a status right. But there aren't very many classical liberals on the right. There are some, I'm not saying, but when you have these governments, it's usually just once status party against another, which is what's happening now, probably in Britain for the most part. So I don't think it changes much in the trajectory of Europe itself. Obviously, it's different. I'm a bigger fan of Britain than Germany, but in the end, neither cold a torch to hold a candle to the United

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"david harsanyi" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:21 min | 7 months ago

"david harsanyi" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"Welcome back to the author of Euro trash, David her son. Let's talk about tolerance. The leftists or the elitists in D.C. and the bike coastal areas in the United States seem to have this never ending love affair with Europe. They see themselves as tolerant. How tolerant is Europe today. I'll just tell one story that may flabbergast the listeners, but I'm sure you can give other ones from across the continent where the British police are actually policing hate speech to the extent that if you say something that is not politically correct, you may find police officers knocking on your door because of something you put on Facebook. Not inciting a crime, but simply because some groups of minority felt disenfranchised by your words. David, talk to us about just how tolerant Europe has lately become. Well, I have stories in that in that regard too, but I think first, I'll just talk about the insanity of anyone believing that Europe is more tolerant than us. It's simply an incredible thought to even grasp on to because there is literally not one ethnic minority that is properly assimilated into European cultures. I mean, there is generational poverty and high unemployment in Germany from Turkish immigrants that have been there for since the 1950s. It just goes from generation to generation. In France outside of major cities like Paris, there are just huge ghettos of North African immigrants. We have never been assimilated into society. In America, I live near D.C. here. I have neighbors from all over the world in all kinds of situations in fact from situations that they would be killing each other if they were in Pakistani is living next to Indians, et cetera. I mean, the idea that America is not tolerant is absurd. We are, of course, imperfect, of course, we have things to fix. We're human beings and all of that. But as a system goes, there has been no place more welcoming to other people. We all know this because we're all different people in a way. And we all accept a certain set of ideals that allow us to live together in peace. That is not really the case in most European

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'Eurotrash' Author David Harsanyi and the Joke That Is European 'Tolerance'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:21 min | 7 months ago

'Eurotrash' Author David Harsanyi and the Joke That Is European 'Tolerance'

"Welcome back to the author of Euro trash, David her son. Let's talk about tolerance. The leftists or the elitists in D.C. and the bike coastal areas in the United States seem to have this never ending love affair with Europe. They see themselves as tolerant. How tolerant is Europe today. I'll just tell one story that may flabbergast the listeners, but I'm sure you can give other ones from across the continent where the British police are actually policing hate speech to the extent that if you say something that is not politically correct, you may find police officers knocking on your door because of something you put on Facebook. Not inciting a crime, but simply because some groups of minority felt disenfranchised by your words. David, talk to us about just how tolerant Europe has lately become. Well, I have stories in that in that regard too, but I think first, I'll just talk about the insanity of anyone believing that Europe is more tolerant than us. It's simply an incredible thought to even grasp on to because there is literally not one ethnic minority that is properly assimilated into European cultures. I mean, there is generational poverty and high unemployment in Germany from Turkish immigrants that have been there for since the 1950s. It just goes from generation to generation. In France outside of major cities like Paris, there are just huge ghettos of North African immigrants. We have never been assimilated into society. In America, I live near D.C. here. I have neighbors from all over the world in all kinds of situations in fact from situations that they would be killing each other if they were in Pakistani is living next to Indians, et cetera. I mean, the idea that America is not tolerant is absurd. We are, of course, imperfect, of course, we have things to fix. We're human beings and all of that. But as a system goes, there has been no place more welcoming to other people. We all know this because we're all different people in a way. And we all accept a certain set of ideals that allow us to live together in peace. That is not really the case in most European

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What Is 'Eurotrash'? Author David Harsanyi Tells Us

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:12 min | 7 months ago

What Is 'Eurotrash'? Author David Harsanyi Tells Us

"But he is now the author of Euro trash. Why America must reject the failed ideas of a dying continent. David harsany welcome to one on one here on America first. Thank you so much for having me. Appreciate it. All right, so we're gonna dive deep into why you wrote this book and what you have to tell Americans. But let's start with, you know, the taxonomy. You've got to start with the definitions. What is Euro trash? Well, it's many things. I think it has a layered a granular meaning. The first, of course, is the book concentrates on Euro files here in America who believe that Europeans are elites academics, pundits, newspaper editors who believe that Europe does things better than we do. I think that I'm calling those policy trash. And maybe the people who love Europe, you know, in that way as well. Obviously, it's not about the average European person, but rather the people who run Europe, the people, the ideas that propel modern Europe right now and just generally the idea that we have to be more like them, which I think is severely

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"david harsanyi" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

02:27 min | 7 months ago

"david harsanyi" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Now just in case. You missed it. You had Us regulators yesterday signing off on extending kobe. nineteen boosters to americans who got the modern. Ah or the jane. J. vaccine and said anyone eligible for an extra does can get a brand different from the one they received initially. It's a mix and match approach. Apparently fda mark Step forward toward expanding this booster campaign which began with extra doses of the pfizer vaccine last month but before more will roll up their sleeves. Will you be among them. The centers for disease control and prevention. We'll consult an expert panel later this week before finalising they're running out of time official recommendations for who should get the boosters and when so again This enables you to mix and match the shots. Making it simpler for you if you're so inclined to get another dose This especially for people who had a side effect from one brand but still want the proven protection of vaccination. You had a side effect from one brand. What's to prevent you from having a side effect from another brand. But all that said specifically the fda a authorized a third modern shot for seniors and others at high risks from kobe nineteen because of their health problems jobs or or living conditions. Now and that booster shot was to be administered. Six months after their last shot one. Big change maderna's booster will be half the dose. That was used for the first two shots. This is based on company data showing that there was plenty in That half dose shot to get your immunity. Your immune system revved up again for jane. J. single shot that scene. The fda said that you should get a second dose at least two months following your initial vaccination. Well seems as though that's trains kind of left the station right. Fda rulings differ because the vaccines are made differently with the different dosing schedule. In the jj vaccine has consistently shown a lower level of effectiveness than either of the.

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"david harsanyi" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

03:32 min | 7 months ago

"david harsanyi" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Oh and let's talk a little bit about the impending. I hope it isn't the case but it seems like it will be impending surveillance bank accounts as this totalitarian schism at its best. I i would say we're not there yet but it definitely These are authoritarian and things. That people are doing. I mean when you have. Fbi or the You know in the involving itself and local school board meeting. That's a big problem. I think and you know centralized government from the top down. It's un-american There's nothing more american than going to school board meeting and yelling at a the people there right. I mean so. And that's why we have local you know education side by local school boards not by the government in europe. The european union has thousands tens of thousands of regulations about everything that you can do. We don't we don't wanna live that way. We have federalism that. Lets local people decide. What how they wanna live. I think there's definitely authoritarian streak Going on when you you know among us progressives for sure and it is problematic. I wouldn't say we're gonna totalitarian state or anything yet but it definitely we don't wanna head towards where you know the european direction where i would say. They are mostly authoritarian in many ways but more than that sucked out the life of the people meaning. There's something more about. There's something about being american. That is more than just about saying. Oh first amendment rights. It's about like i said before. Risk-taking local control communal patriotic ideals about the community. You live in and those things will be once we centralized government and a european way. We'll just sucked out of the american of american life. Six forty six now northern colorado's voice one of three one thirteen ten kfi k. David harsanyi incense senior writer at national review author of several books his newest eurotrash why america must reject the failed ideas of a dying continent. So how do we turn this around. David question i it's You know they're someone says there are no locks causes because there are no causes. Just keep fighting as you go along and I think one important aspect though that could be done should be done. It's better civic education for young people. I made by how few Of young people considered themselves. Activists or millennials are even younger than that you know don't understand why federal big or when they don't understand the electoral college exists. they just want majoritarian rule. All the time So they don't understand why free speech matters are wide sort of the foundational ideas of classical liberalism. I matter you don't have to agree that they're great give but you should be educated in them I feel like that's gone and people we used to. I think as a country disagree on many things but basically agree that the constitution was a good idea. And i'm not sure that that's the case anymore. My book highlights americans making arguments. That we should that the first amendment is is is basically useless in that we should be more europe. I think these are incredibly dangerous Ideas that are proliferating among among people today and that worries me a lot. British historian arnold toying. Be once said. And i'm paraphrasing here. Great civiles civilizations aren't murdered. They commit suicide. And i certainly hope we're not headed down that path. David harsanyi senior writer at.

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"david harsanyi" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

03:02 min | 7 months ago

"david harsanyi" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Whatever happened to the american way the pursuit and yes The the ownership of the american dream and american except saloon. Some all of those under assault. I think so When you when we now within the the the pandemic was a horrible event in many ways and and but there was a man made recession. There was a manmade shut down. Government forced people shut down their businesses so the recession that happened in all the people who work. We created this short term. But you know hopefully short-term welfare state where people made more money or have more mike coming from the government that they did going to work. That's a terrible thing not only because We don't you don't want people dependent on the government but that it undermines the very spirit and of of what people are about in this country. Which is you you get a lot of workers in merely just about paying your bills. People find meaning in their work and they work because it gives them purpose and In all those things are taken from you in the state says..

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"david harsanyi" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

03:59 min | 7 months ago

"david harsanyi" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"John sake. In her inimitable fashion characterizing the supply chain crisis as the tragedy of the treadmill. Have you heard this. I mean the condensate the just. How condescending can we be and are you like me experiencing well a little bit of concern over the fact that when the white house danes to speak to the great unwashed When they do Deign to answer questions from reporters. Unlike president joe biden. I mean we're getting to know the back of his head better than anything else these days as a he steadfastly consistently refuses to answer reporter questions because well his hand layers are saying no because you're just mucking up the work so i just zip it and keep your powder dry and don't take any questions and a stick to the script but the condescension that is coming out of this white house. Well it's a little bit unsettling wouldn't you agree. Oh speaking of things that are probably unsettling particularly for the biden administration are his approval ratings. And put this communication or lack thereof. Be part of the reason. Why wilde jim why. Joe biden's approval. Numbers are continuing to slip now. You had a recent poll. It was a new quinnipiac university. Poll respondents giving biden a negative thirty seven percent job approval rating fifty. Two percent disapproving twelve percent. Well they don't know they're clueless. They don't have an opinion. That's down a single percentage point from his thirty eight percent to fifty three percent approval rating on october six. Now thirty eight percent said they still hold an overall favorable opinion of biden down significantly from may when he was still fresh office with forty nine percent rating him favorably. And while president biden's numbers might be going down like a sinking ship Let's just say those numbers for congress faring even worse for the quinnipiac poll respondents gave congressional democrats a negative thirty percent approval rating to sixty percent disapproval and for congressional republicans. It was a whole lot worse. It was a twenty three percent to sixty five percent. Are we headed as a six out of ten americans said in a recent poll is america headed in the wrong direction. Tell you what we're going to get into that in greater detail right around six thirty five but it was a during tuesday's white house briefing. That sake was questioned about why. The president failed to take a more aggressive approach to the supply chain bottleneck amina extensively The administration has been working on global supply chain issues Since he went into office. Well the reporter's question it was more of an observation says it was crystal clear. This reporter said that things were not improving on the supply chain. People couldn't get dishwashers and furniture and treadmills delivered on time. Not to mention all sorts of other things to which sunk a rather. Snark really interjected.

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Illegal Immigrants Can Yell at Senators in Public Without Any Repercussions

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:05 min | 8 months ago

Illegal Immigrants Can Yell at Senators in Public Without Any Repercussions

"We live in a country where we're witnessing illegal. Immigrants chase down and harass sitting members of the united states. Senate that's how terrible countries illegals are emboldened in a way that i've never witnessed in my lifetime. I went to the border. A few months ago was in yuma marriage. Zona watched tons of illegal. Just come strolling across the the border. Come right into yuma here. We are process us. Send us into your country because we are here. What are you going to do about it other illegal harassing kerstin cinema on an airplane yesterday day before that it was the ladies room at arizona. State university david harsanyi. The writer conservative voice. Put out a tweet. That was so perfect. Our country is so free that illegals can yell at senators in public without worrying about any repercussions.

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"david harsanyi" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

09:04 min | 1 year ago

"david harsanyi" Discussed on 600 WREC

"America again. This is the Buck Sexton show. Former CIA analyst. Remember the Sex? No. Nobody. David Harsanyi from National Review back in the mix. He joins us now to talk about the peace deals and also some deep state action. We got our man David Joyner's David, Thanks so much, always a pleasure. Thanks for having me so I want to start with The Ah the change that people should have now in there thinking about consensus foreign policy and how any time there's an issue of foreign policy were all the smart people are just supposed to think a certain thing. People should have their concerns. Here is John Kerry, Obama's second secretary of state, in the most dripping Lee condescending and arrogant, tone possible, telling everybody I mean, there's no peace deals with Israel in the Middle East that don't go right through the Palestinian Authority play for there will be no separate peace between Israel in the Arab world. I want to make that very clear to all of you. I've heard several prominent politicians in Israel, sometimes saying Well, the our worlds in a different place. Now we just have to reach out to them. And we can work somethings with the Arab world will deal with the Palestinians. No, no, no. And no, I can't tell you that reaffirmed, even in the last week, As I have talked to leaders of the Arab community, there will be no advance and separate peace with the Arab world without Palestinian process and Palestinian peace. Everybody needs to understand that that is a hard reality. There is no way David that John Kerry than the sex you know, the the most recent Democrat secretary of State said. I mean, as everyone's in pointing out this aged about as well as you know, raw hamburger meat left in the trunk of a car in Dallas in July. But what say you? I think you said it very well there, but we have to remember that this is just one of the comments John Kerry has made Dozens of similar you know, in a very confident comments about how the Middle East would never have peace if there wasn't first, a Palestinian state of Israel didn't first capitulate the Hamas and the P L. O that he said that Israel will be isolated economically if they didn't You know, first make a deal with the P L O, meanwhile, course Israel is that is one of the top investment destination There is there are in that region and now they're going up these relationships with very Wealthy Arab nations is completely wrong. And of course, he's just echoing the consensus. I love that in that clip the behind him, it says. Brookings Institute, where you know tons of mines have been wrong for dozens of years, and we keep listening to that. We're expected to listen to them. We have government. We have them on MSNBC and CNN. Confidently explain to us what's going on there. They've been wrong in every way. I noted this in the column this week. But Jared Kushner has been has done more for years for peace that everyone at Brookings has done 100 years for peace, and that's just the fact that there's no way around it anymore. And anyone who argues that That the prism of all foreign policy should be conducted through the Palestinian Authority in the Middle East. Eyes no longer It's just not a credible person anymore. And I think of Thomas Freeman, for example, who For me. It's just always been a creation of the liberal media mean here's a guy who was such a huge proponent of how Palace Palestinians. It became trendy when I was, you know, in college in high school. To think of the most important challenge in the world was finding a way to make the Palestinians happy enough that they would stop threatening to destroy Israel that that was it right. There was no other policy challenge as important as getting the Palestinians and Hamas and the pillows. You point out the passing authority P a. To find their finally say we're going to stop destroying Israel, and nothing else was worth even discussing in the region. This. This was a an ossified concensus for years and years, And it's just such a reminder. The people that say this stuff and write these are they don't know what the hell they're talking about. No, I don't. Listen, I I'm not some big brain or anything like that. But I mean, it was clear from the early nineties on that this was not going to work. It never works. The Palestinian Authority is just incapable of Making a deal with Israel. That is that is something that's acceptable to both sides. They want a right of return, which is suicidal for Israel. They want to go back to the 67 lines, which is not suicidal for Israel. They want to create a little mini terrorist state next door, which is not going to happen. So what? Why this is a historic, I think, is that they circumvented that home of discussion within the Within the agreement that these nations made the other day. It mentions nothing about a Palestinian state and mentions nothing about right of return in the usual things that are always part of these agreements, and more than that the Arab League itself would not even condemned the deal in any way, so the Palestinians who basically have veto power over the foreign policy in the region. No longer have that and that That is what super important you know for for Obama for the carry types. Everything's about Iran. Everything's about making a deal with Iran. You know, I saw Jeffrey Goldberg, who's been as wrong as anyone on the Middle East, say. Look at this. Israel's just making deals for afoot with authoritarians, and this is just about all about that. As if Palestinians Iranians aren't authoritarians has been, you know, pining for a deal with that, if the deal's people and they're not the best people rather have bad people are on my side and bad people who are And you know, dealing with that. So I think I think it's a really historically on natural people fully fully comprehend that you haven't been around a long time. Unfortunate and the other the other talking plumage. That was pretty amazing. Is well. Israel's gotten a deal now with two countries. It's never been at war with. The's are countries that pretend that Israel doesn't exist. That won't allow an Israeli passport to fly through. I mean, like there's enormous animosity and restrictions that had existed between these countries previously, but you know, whatever works for the news. I was whatever Getsem clicks that is the most insane, stupid thing to say. Of all the talking points I've seen. I mean, we've never been at war with Russia, either, right? It's you know, it's the gulf nations they create. They helped create the Palestinian the P L O and they helped create Hamas and they've been fucking with. They were funding from 19. Even before 1967. There were funding terrorism against Jewish civilians around the world. To me. That sounds like like a war of some sort. You call whatever you know, Whatever used whatever you weren't like that, more than that. Is a sea change and how people are going to deal with each other. If some countries in the Arab world had friendly relationships with Israel and Jewish people that is going to that is going to probably spread. When people do business together, they formulations to ships together. They form cultural ultra bonds together and this is this is really important in that aspect. That's not obviously just written out in agreement. It's just more about this spirit of where the world is headed, rather than this ridiculous idea that they weren't going to launch weapons at each other. No, they weren't because no one launches weapons that Israel nearby anymore because it doesn't end well. David, I also want to talk to you about. I know you wrote a column about this recently. This should have gotten a lot more attention. In my view. First of all, you know, I'm a little note to myself, because, well, Matty's kind of predated my institution of this rule. But now I know that anyone that the media elevates from within the like non partisan ranks of government service anyone the media tells you is amazing. Is almost always an egomaniac, and at some level there's there's a real problem, right? I mean, at some level, this is sort of a fraudulent narrative that we've been handed it, so I'm not saying entirely, but there's something off about something. You know, we were told that James Comey was like the greatest law man in the history of the world. We're told that Robert Mueller was the ultimate FBI guy we were told, but I remember this and so it's not even always a strictly partisan thing. Petraeus was the most brilliant in, you know, Fantastic strategic mind ever. Yeah, when he wasn't you know, you know what Ng with his biographer under the desk in Afghanistan while people are fighting and dying for? I mean, there's a lot of stuff going on here. And never mind also the classified information leak that he engaged in but Mattis was always treated like this warrior Monk almost like a saint of the Marine Corps and I do hear from him on the military said they really liked him. But there were some warning signs about him..

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"david harsanyi" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"david harsanyi" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Senior writer for the National Review online he's you can follow him at David Harsanyi on Twitter and he is of course the order was superb book on the the second amendment called first freedom David welcome back to America first always a pleasure thank you for having me let's get straight to the meat of the issue did did are you shocked by how rapidly and without even a whimper the American people acquiesced to the diminution of the coat tailing off various of their rights under the coronavirus response it is somewhat surprising I think and you know I tell you as I have argued and Margaret and I think it's one thing to convince people Hey you have to stay inside the responsible don't get your neighbors sick except truck that's one thing it's another thing to simply without any kind of process or any kind of vote just tell them that they they can't buy seeds in a store that the campus or by certain product I mean I find it incredible that we just allow them to do that I'm not saying you have to go out I'm saying there's a difference and it's it's it's it's it's I think worrying that so many Americans don't either know that difference don't care enough to speak up about it and then what about the paucity the the the the the weakness the the the weak souls that is the state of the federalism in America today we we seem to be getting whiplash from the mainstream media either the president is too much of an authoritarian because he is in doing things from the perch of of the commander in chief he he he he's he's curtailing the rights of governors when he talks about his authority is the president is it really have we forgotten so much in terms of why this nation was created the way it was created as a Republic David absolutely I think that's been a problem for a long time we went through eight years of Obama where he just constantly was undermining federalism and other products to parts of the constitution now I didn't like when Donald said Donald Trump said that yet full authority every freeze that but he also knows the odds with authorities would seldom I mean but that was a so so he's already walked that back to sleep that's a rhetorical thing that he said I wish she didn't say it but the the call of people who for eight years were defending everything your every move Barack Obama made to undermine federalism starting with obamacare which centralized healthcare policy for them to complain about that it's just laughable and then when you bring it up they tell you Hey yeah you're still talking about Obama yeah I'm still talking to president is running for the presidency of the United States and he supports all those programs so I think it's a big problem that we don't understand what federalism is a lot of people don't end up with it so easily discarded whenever there is a reason that suppose that this is a real American people even when they're slight emergencies says the president's gonna make big announcements tonight Greg Abbott in Texas is prepared to make one tomorrow I believe is the latest reporting if we get back to some kind of crazed on normalcy in the next few months David as a follower of these issues will we forget all of this or will this be an opportunity to revisit these issues and to remind ourselves why we are a Republic of fifty states or are we going to be condemned to being there the Americans of the cliche short term memory it's also technique we will forget but in other ways I'm I'm pretty hopeful for couples for more than a couple of reasons that we're going to reassess how we deal with things starting with federalism I think you see many of the state dealing with these issues better than other states right I think that citizens will look at it and say you know I'm I'm happy that this is a localized issue for me because I'm not in New York and I don't have to deal with things the same way and in other ways you know and there are other ways as well we saw that the federal government failing and I you know what the CDC sailing the FDA sailing initially menu so states doing a better job so hopefully the people will tend not to states companies you know the free market approach reacting much quicker including filmmakers who can make masks for you I think that's important right so I hopefully people remember those things a time to reassess the time to re calibrate and remind ourselves what makes this nation unique and one of those things is of course the second amendment check out David's book first freedom one of the most inclusive expansive and interesting books on the history of.

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"david harsanyi" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"david harsanyi" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Online he's you can follow him at David Harsanyi on Twitter and he is of course the order of a super book on the second amendment called first freedom David welcome back to America first I thank you for having me let's get straight to the meat of the issue did did are you shocked by how rapidly and without even a whimper the American people acquiesced to the diminution the curtailing of various of their rights under the coronavirus response it is somewhat surprising I thank you and you know as I as I have argued in written I think it's one thing to convince people Hey you have to stay inside be responsible don't get your neighbors sick except truck that's one thing it's another thing to simply without any kind of process or any kind of vote just tell them that they they can't buy seeds in a store that the campus or by certain product I mean I find it incredible that we just allow them to do that I'm not saying you have to go out I'm saying there's a difference and it's it's it's it's it's I think worrying about so many Americans don't either know that difference don't care enough to speak up about it and then what about the paucity the the the the the weakness the the the weak sauce that is the state of the federalism in America today which we seem to be getting whiplash from the mainstream media either the president is too much of an authoritarian because he isn't doing things from the perch of of the commander in chief he he he he's he's curtailing the rights of governors when he talks about his authority is the president is it really have we forgotten so much in terms of why this nation was created the way it was created as a Republic David absolutely I think that's been a problem for a long time we went through eight years of Obama where he just constantly was undermining federalism and other products to parts of the constitution now I didn't like when Donald said Donald Trump said that yet full authority every freeze that but he also knows the ultimate authorities would seldom I mean but that was a so so he's already walked that back to the city that's a rhetorical thing that he said I wish she didn't say it but this is the call of people who for eight years were defending everything your every move Barack Obama made to undermine federalism starting with obamacare which centralized healthcare policy for them to complain about that it's just laughable and then when you bring it up to tell you Hey yeah you're still talking about Obama yeah I'm still talking to president is running for the presidency of the United States and he supports all those programs so I think it's a big problem that we don't understand what federalism is a lot of people don't end up with it so easily discarded whenever there is a reason that suppose that this is a real emergency but even when they're slight emergencies so the president's gonna make big announcements tonight Greg Abbott in Texas is prepared to make one tomorrow I believe is the latest reporting if we get back to some kind of quayside normalcy in the next few months David as a former of these issues will we forget all of this or will this be an opportunity to revisit these issues and to remind ourselves why we offer a Republic of fifty states or are we going to be condemned to being there the Americans of the cliche short term memory it also so I think we will forget but in other ways I'm I'm pretty hopeful for couples for more than a couple of reasons that we're going to reassess how we deal with things starting with federalism I think you see many of the state dealing with these issues better than other states side I think that citizens will look at it and say you know I'm I'm happy that this is a localized issue for me because I'm not in New York and I don't have to deal with things the same way and in other ways you know and there are other ways as well we saw of the federal government failing and it said I I you know what the CDC sailing the FDA sailing initially menu so states doing a better job so hopefully people will and not just states companies you know the free market that those reacting much quicker including filmmakers who can make masks for you I think that's important right so I hopefully people remember those things time to reassess the time to re calibrate and remind ourselves what makes this nation's unique in one of those things is of course the second amendment check out David's book first freedom one of the most inclusive expansive and interesting books on the history of the gun culture and all rights in the United States and also his writings of the New York Post and an RO I'm Sebastian Gorka this is America first broadcasting from really factor dot com studios will be back with David in a moment really factor pain relief that's natural that is drug free and that works how do I know that because I believe it now for a year and a half I've been taking the fact it is written in my lower back pain I traveled up on my my really factor off 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"david harsanyi" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"david harsanyi" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"For never stops and so we have targeted on relief we make it for you it's aimed at people not a defeat corporations not at some kind of general long term economic plan that the president might want for other purposes it seems the president president seems to be more worried about the health of the big banks and the health of Americans we don't believe that works and so the administration is proposing tax cuts and bailouts for the airline industry the oil and gas industry that's just out of touch the bottom line is we need to put people first I let's talk about the response now I've told you a lot about where we are what the threat is that we face how we need to come together or try I've tried to minimize the politics but as I said there's politics is caution that involves policy and policy at the national level at the local level is is part of our response right now so I want to bring a friend David Harsanyi from National Review to speak with us a little bit about this David thanks for making the time always a pleasure thanks sorry I first you know the the people talking about bailouts stimulus fed policy help in the airline industry helping the the the cruise industry well you know what what what do you make of let's start on the on the economic side of all this what what do you make of the actions the administration talks about the trump talk about last night and that now Democrats are are passing bills to try and do something.

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"david harsanyi" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"david harsanyi" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"How do you know he didn't care about the law because he did it anyway. He tried to buy a firearm was told no so we went around engaged in an illegal sale. The fact that it was private is relevant. If i can hat tip david harsanyi on twitter harsanyi made a great point on twitter notice how with the liberal this is excellent. Excellent verdict is in excellent point david harsanyi joe when someone buys crack in the street and a private sale yeah. Do you refer to that as a private crack sale. I was in a legal sense. You know what goes it was a private sale crack. It was an illegal drug by yeah. Yeah we need the street. You saw them crack without a better chance legal against the law. The criminals don't care at the guy who sold the drugs doesn't care the guy bought the drug. They don't care okay nor did this. Guy i did not engage in a private gun sale. It was an illegal gun sale. They're only using the term private sale because they want to reinforce this image edge that there's this major loophole yet these people and if we just fixed it by another law it would stop people there. Already is a law. If you're a prohibited possessor you cannot buy and you cannot loan prohibited possessory firearm. She just don't care reinforcing my point from the beginning that gun laws. I don't work probably just as poorly as drug laws. Don't work the differences. There is zeh public good to owning a firearm to protect yourself. There is no public good from smoking crack none. No i don't make a strong case drug ugh laws. Do i mean that's a whole other. Show up feedback on it but but that's a we don't have the time for this here but at least with crack. It's a very difficult for coach documents to make like you know what it's good for way loss. Not you know it's a really awful thing and in a plague on our society -iety owning a firearm is not right people protect themselves their property areas that have a second amendment edmund based laws and regulations. You see lower property crime rates. 'cause people don't want to break into a house where the owner could defend themselves. Oh my gosh if you just would awaited but they can't reporting. It was a private sale. The private crack sale asst. I know you understand the others. Are we do the show like a common evergreen. Themes has always been to point out to you the narrative you've so you see it now whenever you see on twitter on facebook. It was a private sale your first question should we was illegal. Yes it was so why is it. Why does it private matter. What's the it doesn't matter. What does that add to the story. It was an illegal gun sale. It'd be no different than if a gun owner in a gun stores n._f._l. Sells a gun to a guy who's a prohibited possessor. It was a gun store sales. It wasn't illegal sale. Go down didn't matter. It doesn't doesn't matter criminals don't care framing..

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"david harsanyi" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"david harsanyi" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

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"david harsanyi" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"david harsanyi" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"I heard free talk. I got a call in until everybody was going on. I'm ver- i wanted to shooting range labor day at work off man. I know they're trying to all star arrived with him for deer season in this clown's out there smoking marijuana going right. You believe it up north georgia. I ain't nothing wrong smoking a little league. Hey man hey man. I gotta get drunk and shoots somebody smoking weed. I mean i'll tell you what i don't wanna. Play with. Devils led us down at the shooting range man. That's dangerous. I think he should wait until after the shooting range personally. I don't know i mean look at the danger of lettuce. Romaine killed like fifty people last year and the devils lettuce didn't kill anybody so i get. Can you get me wrong. The united stripe within the very not ain't no or is but man down gun range dangerous and i tell you what four alabama started. Also you talk about there there. You go all you need now. Call see i carry it every day and smoked every day and i had to carry what i was smoking because i was in the jewish bakery carrying every well and also because because i was in a business where you know the police were not even going to show up and shrug three hours later. If if something happened to me so there is nobody to defend me but me there. You go all right. Let's get back to the story public sector unions and now that everybody's had their say and yeah we'll we'll get right back to its <hes> this is from reason dot com and it's <hes> it's by david harsanyi and i think some really great point seven and he's he's hitting pretty hard against public. Sector leans here the number eight five.

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"david harsanyi" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"david harsanyi" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"This is my new favorite. Check that one out you like that nice all right moving on folks. These red flag laws are a disaster. I'm gonna get to that in a second. We have of an article up bongino dot com but first. I wanted to establish some principles here so we can debate sensibly with liberals who refuse to debate sensibly in debate on emotion rather than fact ladies and gentlemen. The second amendment is not a collective right now. This is where the left is going. I follow all of them on twitter. I'm not gonna tell you what what accounts i follow because they blocked me like that. Clown media matters lewis. He's supposed to be my stalker and he blocked me. How you supposed to stop me. All all the time out of you blocked me. I thought that we had one job stock me but they blocked me so i can't tell you which ones but follow these liberal accounts and this is where they're going again going out. This is all about the militia. This was never meant to be an individual right and i stood on this over the weekend i what is the easiest way to distill this down down to a simple argument for the left is that you can debunk this nonsense talking point and i saw this piece by david harsanyi in the federalist. It's very well done again obi in the show today. Please check it out. The second amendment is the title has always been an individual right. John paul stevens is still wrong about district of columbia versus heller by david harsanyi federalist excellent excellent piece lot of legal wonkery in there but worth your time but the gist of it is this. Here's one of the takeaways from the piece..

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"david harsanyi" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

08:17 min | 3 years ago

"david harsanyi" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Greatness superb website greatness and David Harsanyi of the federalist Chris rights for everyone flirting with gun control remember this without guns to level the playing field the physically strong can and will dominate the week the ruthless and violence will terrorize the peaceful why because they can David Harsanyi of the federalist Mexico have strict gun laws there is only one the gun store in all of Mexico also Mexico's homicide rate has continued to skyrocket last year making twenty eighteen the deadliest on record for the country with an average of ninety one the deaths a day yeah let's let's stick to facts not emotions and not people who are trying to further their political careers because of the tragedy that occurred this weekend the tragedy is one person who is more credible than others to talk about what this means for America the tragedy and how one responds to that tragedy in a positive fashion is a friend to the program it is Andrew Pollack he is the father of meadow one of the victims killed in the park clan massacre and he is the founder of Americans for children's lives and school safety he's been working closely with governor Disentis of Florida you can follow him Andrew Pollack P. O. L. L. A. C. K. Andrew Pollack F. L. on Twitter and the welcome back to America first thanks for that and they should bastion knight it's a sad day you know for me to be on because it affects me knowing that there's so many other families now that are going to feel the way I the way the way that I handled it which was different than the majority of mainstream media and other all the other victims families is I really wanted to look into the fax after my daughter was murdered and every channel was every channel on TV really was focusing on gun control like they're doing again almost a year and a half later they're not looking into the fax and and when I walked into the facts and looked at the magnitude of failures at every level of government and is that the school district Bob that's what that's what the moving forward is really to look at the facts and not about gun control Bob because then we take away from really what we could we could accomplish you know if we just say it's the guns and you don't look at any facts were really not to accomplish anything and it's been proven before in the past I want to talk to you about the concrete things that you have already done since you lost your daughter the actual things that matter and could make a difference but before we get to that anthropology I have to ask you this I are you shocked by I mean this happens off the every tragedy include including the one where you lost your daughter but are you shocked by the level of political exploitation of this weekend in the mainstream media and Republic no you know Sebastian I really think it's the only platform that's the Democrats have acted give them any any hope of a twenty twenty election is not there gone there gone swamp gun reform platform and it's pretty sad because that's the only thing they could run on because everything else the president is doing is just wanting Corey you know he's doing a great job of foreign policy with on employment what did you know G. D. P. with the real estate with stock market everything is just doing great in the country so they're only platform and hope is the one on on gun control which we already know from the dates ever every one of the candidates met one of their main platforms is gun control right so that's their only hope Sebastian and it's very sad because I really think that they they look at these mass shootings and put their political agenda right into it and it said yeah they they see a political opportunity so tell us what what you have found looking at the facts working with governor Disentis what is the legislation that you proposed and where do you see the actual need the thing that is missing in park land we know that the the murderer had at least thirty one engagements with local law enforcement flags were raised what what else needs to happen in in the local schools to protect our children or in general sure did you know that the Ohio shooter yes is also also threatened to shoot up the school yeah he he had a hit list of his fellow students hit list of raping students and murdering them and and yet he wasn't his background nothing was on his back while he was once removed physically the police how to remove him from the school bus yep so what society I think that we have a need to have on their background when someone does something like that someone's lives there's no reason for that person not to have that on that background for a mental illness when when they're put into a mental facility Baker act it you know what we need to improve that the fact lab system and with this kid never been arrested and convicted that's a big problem because act in actuality the person that murdered my daughter the slightest also forty conscious about forty yeah and he actually trespass that the school after he already threatened to shoot the school walk and never was arrested so still in Florida real short there yeah look at interviews diversionary programs out governor bought it even at a local level the parents need to know this even if you're governors on board against these type of policies which the president a year ago and did those leniency programs for non by the Obama administration after a year long and looking into these policies to see if they actually help students with these diversionary programs they don't they actually hurt them so the president and that it wants to set this in Florida now cited executive order to all the school districts to comply with their diversionary programs and yet at a local level use our bureaucrats you don't have to your craps that one all school board they don't need to comply and they're still going to have these programs but they don't hold these kids accountable so that's something that's what working on in Florida and the president did something about it we are talking to Andrew Pollack he is the father of meadow Pollock who was lost in the park land shooting please follow him at Andrew Pollack P. 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"david harsanyi" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

10:36 min | 3 years ago

"david harsanyi" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"David Harsanyi, the author of freedom. I guy who is a senior editor at the federalist and a dear friend, welcome to the program. David thanks for having me on you bet. I know you've done a lot of work on the green new deal, which on its surface seems absolutely nuts. But you've you've really, you know, you've put the hood up on this thing. And you've really looked at it to see using the facts of the actual deal to to see what's in it. And you've found that. No, well, I should say it's not really a lot. I wouldn't consider it work because it was actually a lot of fun to read through in one sense. Right. But in another way, it's it's just crazy. And it really, you know, I know she walked it back, and I know the authors walked it back a bit. But obviously the very core of it is just nuts. And that the core of it is that we're going to get rid of all our fossil fuels and ten years and not just fossil fuels, but also nuclear energy if anyone's at all serious about clean energy and moving away from carbon emissions and dismisses nuclear energy that can't be taken seriously. They can't they can't it is the cleanest by far and helps us we could use all of the nighttime energy adjust to be able to make hydrogen. I mean, there's so much that can be done with nuclear energy. That would help us be completely emission free. That anybody who says that they're serious about having energy? And clean energy and they dismissed nuclear they're they're they're they're frauds. The just frauds. Well, they are very immature don't understand how the world works. And you know, this plan does not understand have any sort of. It does not embrace economic reality is a way I would put it. I mean, imagine having to retrofit every single building in American twelve years. Imagine having to retrofit every car or get a new car. So they can run on electric city which won't to be there because we won't have anything to generate it, it is just nuts in that way. Then in another way that it's not that it's a Trojan horse for or was a Trojan horse for a bunch of socialistic plans like economic security for people, quote, unquote, unwilling to work, you know, a bunch of women if you are willing to work, this is a reversal of the Bill of rights, this FDR's second Bill of rights is not it is free education of three housing or guaranteed housing and a bunch of other things of that nature that really have nothing to do with with green energy or anything anything like that to begin. So David is there is there anything serious in it that you can look at it and say, well, you know, what this this is a solid idea. No, there's nothing like that. Banning meat giving everyone a house, you know, free education. I mean, don't get me wrong. I think that there are many progressives believe these are, you know, this was pulled back by by the authors because it was mocked not because they don't believe these things should happen. So we have to remember that these are the goals. And this is this is just the Thawra -tarian ISM. I mean, it tells you how to live your life on every level. It wouldn't be okay. With me. Even if we had a thought a climate disaster was over the horizon, we have to we have to think about other things including the economy, including our rights as you mentioned. So the real tell here is to me the nuclear power thing. It's like if you're really concerned with the the globe, and the way it's warming, you're going to want to embrace nuclear power. If you're actually serious about it, and you and abandoned in this Bill, and you leave in col- apparently. Right. I guess they mentioned Cohen didn't think of that. I would just say this though, you're right about nuclear energy. But also, we lead the world in reducing carbon emissions over the last few years mostly I think because of the fracking and natural gas. Yes. So if you eliminate that, and you eliminate nuclear power, you're not really working towards anything. You just want an excuse to control the lives of people because once you control all carbon you can show all life, which I think this is just a power place of thing. So how frightened are you that there are seventy co sponsors of something that is truly ridiculous? I'm actually pretty frightened. I mean, I'm pretty frightened that that all these democratic candidates leading ones Kamala, Harris and others immediately endorsed this plan while the initial, you know, fact page without there with all this stuff, they embraced it. That should be scary. Now, I don't think I'm not scared because I know it can't really happen. But I am scared with what we'll do the economy trying to make things like this happen. I think that should scare us. Well, you say that it can happen. But you listen to people who are not paying attention and David honestly, if we went through another two thousand eight or worse, which I do believe is on the horizon, just because of Europe alone. This is the kind of thing that socialists, say, hey, we're going to take care of your housing your housing. We're gonna take care of your car your food. You're guaranteed job. And if there is a serious serious. I'm talking about a depression. This is the kind of stuff people run towards. Right. I mean ten years ago if I call the democratic socialist, they would feign indignation and act like they had been insulted today. Most Democrats seem to think that that's a pretty swell idea. So I think the debate actually got a lot more honest. And it'll this this and other things are just part really of the fight for people between people free markets and people who believe in socialism and. I do wonder though, I just want to quickly say if people understand what they're supporting for instance. I saw a poll that said, you know, seventy two percent of people want medic- Medicare for all. But when they explained to them what Medicare for all actually meant it dropped to thirty six percent. So what does that mean Medicare for all what does that mean? It means we're gonna take away your private insurance and three went to government government program of insurance. It's socialized medicine is what it means. And people don't wanna lose their insurance. They actually sort of like their insurance. So once they hear about the specifics, they don't like it. So if I want to be positive about the future, I say to myself, they're sorta these grand plans people like in theory, but might not like it reality, and that's usually socialism's actually about well, unfortunately, fools country after country after country. Tell me what the the idea of getting rid of grounding all planes. Well, the plan is that we're going to have high speed rail. It's hard not to laugh when you talk about this stuff, but it's scary too. But she she claims that we're gonna have high speed rails in the works. So well that we will serve crowd out any need for air travel or actually for cars as well in urban areas as you see in California, they have a high speed rail that I think is one hundred billion dollars in debt right now, it doesn't really work yet. So I'm not sure how we can division that throughout the country every city that I've ever lived in that talks about having a high speed rail. It always fails always fails, we've comes in overpriced even just regular, you know, out here in DC. They're trying to build expand the metro it takes literally ten years. You know, it's way over budget. It's constantly the case people in America love their cars. And moreover in the middle of America, I lived in Denver, for instance, for many years, you need your car. There's no way that you can use a train to get around. It's just silly thing. So is she is she talking about actual bands or? Some sort of a carbon tax that would discourage things like planes because it sounds like in ten years. We're just gonna stop air travel. We're gonna stop cars or or is it a penalty? If you wanna use the car, how do they envision this happening? They don't get into specifics about how they would ban things. And I don't think she uses the word ban on the planes. But she does you some sort of language when it comes to cars in urban areas of having government sort of explain to you how many cars you need or don't need and and following through in that way. I can't say that she's put kind of the thought into this. That would be nuts and bolts, you know, what? I mean, we don't know how these things are supposed to be accomplished for the most part only that they should be their aims and goals, and occasionally she'll say, you know, she'll you shoes euphemisms for ban. You know, she doesn't say band, but so David did she who wrote this who was the brain behind this? I don't know that there a brain behind. Who is the who's the head behind this where who wrote this and put this together, I suspect there, I I don't know episode. I suspect they're a bunch of, you know, special interest greenie types who who who helped her write this thing. I mean, it's just a grab bag of everything they want thrown in there. So I suspect that's who wrote it. I don't know for sure, but you know, politicians who endorse this thing should be held accountable for doing. So I think that's important to note. Where are we headed David? I was in the state of the union I was actually in the room with them. And there is now a growing marxists community. That is arrogant is self centered and will make you pay. If you don't join them. That's bad. I mean, I think they're a thorough Tehran's. They're socialist Kamala Harris header CNN, I think she's probably one of the front runners and really the front runner and she had a CNN townhall where she just was bragging about how she wanted to take everyone's insurance away from them health insurance. That's a huge hugely important part of people's lives. So I think we're headed to pretty bad place have to say when I was not a fan of Donald Trump. And you know, generally, I'm not a fan of politicians. But when he dropped a line about socialism in the state of the union address who've made me very proud of of the president. And I think it's an important battle to be won. I think young people don't understand it because they never looked through the.

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