17 Burst results for "David Limbaugh"

"david limbaugh" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"david limbaugh" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"I love David David Limbaugh is a great great guy I don't remember how I met David my sister Twitter for all the the gripes about social media social media has if you use it properly and the use it often you pay attention you reach out to people or people just start David Limbaugh just sort of follow me one day and the holy cow David Limbaugh and then we started chatting and talking and then we hung out and had fun together it's to weird weird world you're growing up near thank you have these people I'll never meet them and then you you end up meeting them and and becoming friends with them his book guilty by reason of insanity why the Democrats must not win is it's a great book and it's a very important book and it's selling like crazy let's take a quick David Limbaugh story since I only have a minute here I I collect signed books I don't know if you knew that from before now you know it anyway I collect signed books I have probably somewhere in the neighborhood of fifteen hundred sign books and I was looking for a Rush Limbaugh signed book and I looking on eBay and I see one there and it's reasonably priced and I said I wonder if that's something about the signature in seem right sorry I sent it to David sent a link I said this is look like your brother signature and about five minutes later I get an email back says rush says no Mike well that's good enough for me that's not rush Limbaugh's signature and then a few months later I saw another one even better price but it looked more like a real signature like pick somebody who wasn't trying to forge things and so I sent back to David and five minutes later he says spaces rush says yes and so I bought that one it's like you know I don't I don't need a certificate of authenticity you can cram that I've got Rush Limbaugh and David Limbaugh's vouching for the fact that I have it authentic Rush Limbaugh signed book we've got fifteen more minutes to go on the program stick around for it once you now keeping you connected with the latest news this is talk radio sixty eighty W. C. B. M. and W. C. V. M. dot com good morning it's eleven thirty on Michael.

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"david limbaugh" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:57 min | 2 years ago

"david limbaugh" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Welcome back to America. I play a cop from the president's speech last night in El Paso, and then get your response Cup five. Please. But the governor say that he would. Even. A newborn baby to come out into the world. Wrap the baby. The baby comfortable, and then talk to the mother. To the father and then executed. David limbaugh. I call the governor of the Jinya I call Ralph Northam the butcher of Richmond. How is it that we've arrived at a place where we have to have the president remind Americans that it is wrong to rip a baby out of the and kill it. Because for half a century since Roe versus Wade. The Democrats have been not only not trying to limit abortion and make it safe legal and rare as we always knew why. But to glorify it's not like sometimes happiness in the worst cases, not to protect life of the mother. No, the the lives of the mothers rarely an issue in these cases in the white term. This is glorifying abortion as sacrament of the left's sacred secular religion of paganism. So I I I think we've gotten to the point where so many people have been dumbed down morally they've been listening to this these ideas of moral anarchy for so long that they don't even think deeply enough. They actually believe that this is a vote or a clump of cells in the body. And I I contend to you, Dr Gorka they were made to city not made. That's what the left if. If they were encouraged to watch videos of abortions, you might see a complete difference in their attitudes. Yeah. I think this is an incredibly important point. Thank you for sharing this with us. David limbaugh. It's not just that. This is a political thing. They actually worship abortion. It has become for them because they did my God. Because they denied the fact that we are made in the image of our creator it. This is the natural progression. They have to worship it. Because if they don't they realize the intrinsic evil of what they are doing. What is your sense David Limbaugh with this president with the recent rallies we've seen with with the the advancements in science are we winning this war to protect the most vulnerable in society. I disagree with some conservatives. He think we've made so many strides in reducing abortion that were winning. But I think we are beginning to turn the corner on the moral argument because as you say now science is indisputable and the liberals like to call us science deniers, but more and more you're seeing the truth the baby feels pain at an early time and the baby is fully formed at a pet points where liberals are more than willing and anxious to have abortion on demand. The abortion industry is bathed in corruption. This isn't just about a philosophy. They are trying to make money big millions of dollars, and the Democrats are tied to that money that they're making and they can no longer by the way pretend that it is an ally they used to argue it's not alive if you noticed lately. Now, they're saying yes, it is alive. But the mother's right to murder her own innocent baby in the womb, transcends and supersede the baby's right to live. It is phenomenal amazing that they could make this moral argument with a straight face. And I do think as we are able to continue this preliminary we're going to win more hearts and minds. And and we're ultimately going to prevail. I miss this again, incredibly important David you, always take us to the heart of the issue when they resort to the argument that this life is more important than that life. Then you see the reality because there is no difference in that logic than from the logic. Which justified slavery. There is no different in that logic from the logic that justify totalitarianism whether on the left or whether on the right, my life is more important than somebody else's life. My life is more important than another person's like because of their skin color or their ethnicity or the religion. They preach. This is the heart of darkness. And I think I agree with that. You've come missed convince me, David Limbaugh. We haven't won the tide is turning and one of the most heartening thing is the tide. The heart of the youth is turning as well you've been listening to David Limbaugh. Follow him, you know, how to spell that name. I l m b a huge h David Limbaugh and check out his latest book. Jesus is risen. Thank you. David now a message. So you might deal listeners a challenge, you, can you think of at least one thing that you no longer do that you wish you could do you miss say playing golf all long walks with your spouse. House sleeping through the night. 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"david limbaugh" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"david limbaugh" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"The values of the bible are the correct values as filtered down through thousands of years of thought history and evidence and that that is what has created western civilization. And there's a whole other group of people who believe that Judeo Christian civilization, basically stands in the way of progress, and that all of the hallmarks of Judeo Christian civilization have to be obliterated in the name of of that progress, and the seems to mirror a lot the division between right and. What what do you make of that generalized thesis? Totally agree. I think that the Judeo Christian tradition is what is given rise to this unique system that we have this unique country, the free is most prosperous most benevolent nation in history of the world. And if I had to we could go in, and we could talk about how the majority of the founding fathers were strong, practicing Christians. There's debate about that. I mean, some people point to the high profile Ben Franklin Thomas Jefferson who are arguably not strong Christians. They might have been the or whatever. But the overwhelming majority of them were Christian, and they believed in the Christian, did you Deo Christian ethic, and by the way, just so people don't think I'm patronize Judeo Christian is not some euphemism. It's I considered Old Testament New Testament as a piece, and so that's what we're talking about. And so I think you can look at our founding and trace it and. I also think that the development of all these ideas, you can trace back to Christianity. And Jude Judeo Christianity. So I do have one final question for you. We've talked a lot about the value of church, the value of community and all the rest of this. There's still a lot of people who doubt the veracity of Christianity itself. What is your most convincing? It. You have to give thirty seconds to argue somebody into why Christianity is correct and people should go back to church. What is the what is the short? The short form argument of everybody. Book have written. Well, I I believe the Bible's inspired word of God every bit of an Old Testament and New Testament, I believe if somebody reads it with an open heart and sees how the testament the testaments are connected and see how the apostles were changed when they encountered the risen Christ that they will be drawn to him. And then they will be drawn to to read the bible. So that's why I write these books is to lead people to read the bible themselves. This is not the book of God. It's a book about the book of God the word of God. And so Christians believed that Jesus. Our salvation is in Jesus. So I would encourage people to place their faith in Christ. But they're not going to do that on a bet. Like, PASCAL said, they have to they have to really believe it, and they have to embrace it. And the only way to really do that is to introduce yourself to the bible familiarize yourself with the message of the bible are mentoring are preaching. And so you go to church, and that's what you do. You ask me why we would go to church. Well, we're we believe the Triune God, it's a community is a communal. God, we believe that Christians ought to live in community and Bill each other up and enforce each other hold each other accountable. So we are are made in the image of the Triune. God is what we believe as well. And so we're community people who should go to church for that reason. You can't do it all on your own and one of the one of the great debate. I've been having with some of my friends in the more secular community a lot of Neil enlightenment thinkers, people like, Steven pinker, and my Shurmur, and and Sam Harris who've been on here and talking about and the glories of the enlightenment is. Seems to me that they forget that the enlightenment was not rooted in nothing. It wasn't like things were just nowhere. And then magically in seventeen seventy out spraying this philosophy in one particular place at one particular time that the enlightenment values of value of the individual. There's there's root for that. And it's in Genesis when it talks about man being made in the image of God their roots to all of this. That's the key. Let's say that it wasn't founded by Christians overtly where you can look on a statistical chart the fact that they designed to government to be that believed in was based on NATO liberal rights..

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"david limbaugh" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"david limbaugh" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"I want to ask about a misapprehension that seems to be had by a lot of folks, particularly in the Jewish community about the Evangelo Christian view of Israel. The misperception seems to be the only reason that Evancho Christians care about the state of Israel and the Jews generally is because the goal is to get all the Jews back to Israel at which point Jesus makes his reappearance. The the rapture happens. And everything is great from then on end. But if it weren't for all that then Israel, screw them. That obviously is inaccurate. I particularly offended by that. I place Christ was a Jew. Jesus was a Jew. That's indisputable. I believe we have a duty to love Jews and not and. Through we believe that Christians drive, their salvation through Judaism and through Jews. And it's it's open to everyone, by the way. It's not just open to gentiles. It's open to everyone. I also don't I reject this notion. And I also don't understand it. I know a lot of Christians who feel this way this a little bit different. But it's analogous point. They want Jesus to come back. They want him to return. I can't wait for Jesus coming. I don't get that. Because if you believe you're saved, and if you believe you're going to spend eternity with God. Anyway, what difference? Does it make it becomes back and exacts revenge on your on your enemies, or whatever I don't even understand that? But I believe that that. Israel is the Jews everlasting possession. I believe in the Abraham at covenant. I believe that is not been radically. Did I don't agree with the covenant theologians as opposed to the dispensationalist or whatever who believed that the church has been substituted for Israel. I believe Israel, Israel that land is theirs forever. And when I think about the Jews returning to Israel in nineteen forty seven hundred forty eight that gives me goosebumps about the validity of the bible and God's superintendents and sovereignty. That's just too unbelievable. That that happened that for God not to be behind it. And I believe that those who bless bless Israel will be blessed. Those who curse Israel will be cursed. And but I don't even have to. I don't I don't my allegiance to Israel and Jews isn't because I'm afraid I'll be smacked down. I believe it's just part of it. I I have an affinity. I'm not trying to to patronize you. But I've felt that way since and I think. Believing juice feel that way they can sense it the idea that we want to usher in this in times and expedite the rapture. I know there's some looney tunes out there that have that and some people, I guess, but I, but I don't know anybody nobody that I respect wants to do it for that reason they want to do it because they're so sick of how crazy the world has become and that I can understand but not for the sake of. S sharing of information other reason and not for utilitarian purposes about the Jews that's pretty cynical. But I know I'm not saying, you're simple. And there are a lot of apprehension about all of this. And I think that it's really important to lose it eight that because when I say people don't believe that the same way they would from somebody who actually studies stuff. So we've spent a lot of time talking about sort of the divisions between Christianity and Judaism. But it seems to me the right now in the United States and more broadly, the grave division is between Judeo between believers in the Judeo Christian value system and everybody else that they're right now, they're group of people who believe that essentially.

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"david limbaugh" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"david limbaugh" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"It wasn't until he they witnessed his bodily resurrection that they were transformed from cowards and skeptics to bold proclaiming the gospel. But I believe that the Old Testament is absolutely true. Absolutely. The world word of God every bit inspired, and that there is total consistency. Now as to whether the the mosaic law is still valid. I mean, obviously, the apostle Paul talks about Christians not having to be circumcised. And all that because it's about faith in Jesus Christ. It's not about work. But the Christian view is that it was never about works. And that salvation has nothing to do with works because we can't. Save ourselves. We're all centers. And so you have to you have to put aside your pride and put all your trust or faith in Jesus to bridge that gap between sinfulness and God's perfect simlisafe's. So this is one of the descriptions I had heard between Judaism. And Christianity Judaism is much more acts based whereas Christianity is much more faith-based. So one might say, okay. If you're if you're a Christian your son people say why is why is in Christ? There's liberty people say, you know, get rid of your change or Christian. And then other people say, no because you Christians are skulls you have to live to a higher standard. Well. In fact, here's the difference. Christians believe that we we do not have to follow the law as a matter of fouling them in terms of some strict requirement. But when you're under the law of Christ the law crisis it really a law. It's a matter of love and Abedian and you even hold yourself to a higher standard, supposedly. We believe that you can't hold yourself too. I mean that you can't fulfill the ten commandments on your own strengths. It's impossible for any simple human being enroll centers to live up to that standard. God can't allow sin and his presence. So there's got to be way to cancel out that sin, and that's that's Jesus. But but we don't believe that. I don't believe that all these laws have been radically the mosaic law, in fact, all of them are still enforced. They're still God's perfect laws. We still live by those precepts. There's a debate about whether we follow the Sabbath and all that. And that hasn't been reaffirmed some people believe somebody don't. But basically, those those were gods laws. They're perfect laws that the Christian view is they couldn't deliver salvation they were to demonstrate to people there inadequacies. So the law was given to show people how they couldn't live simlisafe's lives and their and that would draw them to Christ. It's more complex than that. So in this view Christianity is it better to be. A centre with faith or a state without? So your person who fulfills as many, you're you're a good person. You fulfil all ten commandments better than most people. But you don't believe in Jesus. What what what does that mean in the Christian faith? We Christian faith is that salvation is only through Jesus. Now, when you say better, I think there's a lot better acting people that aren't Christians lot of non-christians or better acting than I am. So I'm not not making that. And I don't I don't like this judgmental stuff that that some Christians haven't one of the things that turn me off originally skulled aspect, but the theory is that when you accept Christ, and your converted you're justified and that upon that moment, you're you're freed from the penalty of sin. So for salvation purposes when God looks at you. He doesn't see you. He sees crisis sin listeners. He can't see Spurgeon one of the great British pastors wrote about this got. I can't help. But when he looks upon you, and you've accepted Christ, all he can see his son, that's for salvation purposes. But also something happens when you accept Christ. And that is your also freed from the powers, and meaning the Holy Spirit begins to dwell you and empowers you to combat sin on a daily basis doesn't mean that you'll ever overcome San as a practical matter, but you will become holier you'll become more Christ like more sanctified, the more you avail yourself of the Holy Spirit. And so you will become a better person in that sense in an active sense, but you'll never be sin free. This this side of attorney..

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"david limbaugh" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"david limbaugh" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"The others. So basically buzz off, and so this was when I was in my thirties. And I it was a little bit the scourge. But so I thought okay, I'm, but I still I continued to study for the next twenty years. I've continued to study pretty intensely Christianity and theology, and it was only after by the way at that point. I had no platform I had no columns written books and nothing along these lines other than practice law. And so after five political books and a syndicated column for fifteen hours. For many years. It was I decided to revisit this. I still didn't know if I had the credentials. I mean, I knew I didn't because I'm not a pastor. And all that. But I felt like there's so many people that are not that don't hear the message of theologians and pastors they don't they don't have access to some of the great writings that. I do and they they don't read apologetic. I thought why can bridge the gap between for the lay people, and I can introduce them to all this research and all the things that finally convinced me, so I wrote the first book Jesus on trial as a chronological history of my faith journey and also is a book on apologetic. And then I continued after that into the maze code, and then the last book before this one was the true Jesus which was about the gospels where I just consolidated all four gospels into one running narrative and had commentary along with this book. Jesus is risen follows the gospels. It's the book. Axe was the history early church and six of the possible Paul's thirteen pistols. So it's it's really not a history of the is a history of the church insofar as it tracks the bible, what this book does track those books every verse in the bible, either stated or paraphrase, and then a commentary with some of the great Christian thinkers and then my own insights. So where do you think the real gap since you've obviously, you're very familiar with the Old Testament and the New Testament where do you see the real differences philosophically coming in between Old Testament religions Judaism? And and the New Testament because there seemed to be a couple of different views about this one is that Jesus radically shifts kind of the narrative of the Old Testament in different direction. What is that he comes to complete the law, and so it's more of a newer and more complete gloss on the Old Testament? But where where do you see the differences between all the New Testament? Okay. I believe that the Christian theology believes, and I believe that the new covenant supersedes the old covenant. But the New Testament doesn't supersede. The Old Testament. It is the second part of a two part story of God's salvation history. And I'm amused by all these secular critics who say Jesus is all salt and light and love and he never got mad and never reprimanded anyone. And what they don't realize. If Christian theology is true the bible, God, we worship is Triune. And so Jesus was with the father and the Holy Spirit at the creation. So of course, he embraced everything in the Old Testament. And it was intended to be and the Jews were the chosen people are the chosen people. Of course, the Christian view is that they're the chosen people to bring the gospel ultimately to the rest of the world, they anticipated a messiah who would be a political deliver our military deliver. And they according to Christian theology not through their own fault. But miss after hinted what the Old Testament scripture was saying what it was really saying is he would cry. Why should be a suffering servant, and he would die for since? So when he died not only did he not deliver a political victory. He was humiliated and didn't even lift a finger to defend himself, and he died and even some of his disciples at that point Peter tonight him after he died even after having lived with him and seeing all his miracles..

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"david limbaugh" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"david limbaugh" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"But the to me just suppose folks understand that the sort of breakdown of what never Trump is never Trump was a movement that existed. It wasn't really even movement. It was more like a self definition in two thousand sixteen will you vote for Trump and general will you not vote for Trump in general? I did not vote for Trump in the general. So I was never Trumper. But after the election happened there's nothing to vote for anymore now the president. So the question becomes is he good or is he bad? And so I've declared myself as sometimes Trump also if you if you had a if you had had a. Crystal ball, and you to govern like this. Then you would have voted for him. Yes. Yeah. The difference. Our calculation is. I think I think that Hillary was so bad. And I think we're closer to the precipice to losing this country. I don't know about you. But I think I see Tom Nichols. I've been friendly with them on Twitter. But he advocated voting for all democrat max boot these people are unhinged. I can't understand how you could be a conservative and advocate because they think that if you do that you'll ultimately bring the conservative part of the Republican party back to its senses. I don't think we have the time. And I think we're already back to our senses. I don't I don't think we've sold our soul. I think we are in a desperate war with the left to preserve America and Trump's the guy leading the charge right now. And and he's just the one doing it. And we're supporting them for that reason. But I don't think they see the gravity of the threat, the existential nature of the threat and the immediacy the urgency of it to the extent that I I may be wrong. But I don't. That we have a lot of time lift, okay? So I want to ask you in a second about your book Jesus has risen, which as I say contrast sharply with the Jewish version of this book. Yeah. Nope. But but I do want to talk about your religious writing. We'll get to that in just a second. But first when the founders crafted the constitution, the first thing, they did was make sacred the rights of the individual to share ideas with elementary by the government the second. Right. They numerate. It was the right of the population to protect that speech and their own persons with force. You know, how strongly I believe in these principles. I'm goater. Owning a rifle is an awesome responsibility building rifles is no different Bravo company manufacturing them was started.

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"david limbaugh" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"david limbaugh" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"He like, I say you could be combative without being personal. I mean, he can even be personal as long as he isn't. Rude and insulting in ways that he shouldn't right. I mean, I've said I've suggested that we actually create a fake Twitter app, and we put it on his phone, and then we can actually screen tweets. He actually tweeted out it gives him fake feedback. He thinks that it's real feedback. And he goes around the rest of the L happy and never sees the light of day outside of the White House. Yeah. Something like that. Because obviously, I agree. There are a lot of great benefits to a guy with as much charisma as much magnetism. I mean, the guy can bring a spotlight like nobody in the American politics, clearly and having all of that without the downsides of saying, whatever fails to be caught between his brain mouth filter. Would would definitely be a good thing. I don't have as jaded view as you do have him. I probably did during the primaries. I don't see him as a person that that is just all negative and all I see if he you gotta remember something else. They of attacked him so much and yes, he's. In one since then skinned whatever you wanna call it, but he's legitimately responding to to relentless assault. No question, personal assault. And so he's defending himself. And he's got a forum to do it. Sometimes I think he goes overboard with the Adam Schiff thing that kind of even though ship deserves ridiculed. But, but he doesn't need to gratuitously put that in like a lot of people on Twitter, you know, the urge to be rude and funny, and then you wake up the next. I wish I n done it. And what I try to do in Twitter's to live a good example and try to be nice to people even people that are mean to me, but I'm biting my tongue the whole nation on Twitter than I know. But, but I don't wanna be my instinct is to go for blood, and I can see Trump. He's a brawler, and he he doesn't, but I don't see him as some sinister guy. I see him as really wanting to help the company. Yeah. It gets too personal and stuff. But I just with young people. We I think young people have got to be we've got to educate. Young people to what we face that. How they're going to lose their liberties and everything that was built for them if the left continues to win. So this seems like a question as to what the future of the Democratic Party? You would hope to see looks like because in the one cents. It sounds like you would like to the Democratic Party reveal their full scale radicalism for everybody. So that we have a better chance of victory in two thousand twenty at the same time. If that full-scale radicalism wins out, then you have a full scale, radical Democratic Party in charge of the government. So which direction would you like to see the Democratic Party take? Well, they're impotent now, though, all they can do as obstruc all they have is the house, and so no, I do not. I don't subscribe to this view. Let them in charge. So they can show just how bad they are and destroy the country. I don't think we have many years left. I don't think we have many chances soda me. But if you if you had your druthers would they run it in twenty twenty a more moderate candidate who appeals to the rust belt because you want to viable parties. Or would you prefer they run somebody completely radical? So that the color. Can see. And then we risk whether that person Windsor not well that would be calculation if I thought the person could win I wouldn't want him to run. But I don't believe there's many almost any such thing as a moderate democrat anymore. They built people like that Sharad and all that. I don't believe it all these Democrats vote and enable the radicalism that we see in the country. So I think that's one of the reasons I think the things that separate never-trumpers, by the way, I don't consider you never try and never not never I was during the election..

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"david limbaugh" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"david limbaugh" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"But he's just he's just a street fried fighter. He's a brawler. And I know have any problem with that? In fact, some people say we we need to fight as dirty as the left are. We're gonna lose. I don't agree with that. We don't have to fight his thirty, but we have to fight as aggressively and as relentlessly as they do. So it was how do you think this plays out in twenty twenty? So I'm will admit that I was a skeptic leading up to twenty sixteen obviously. Because the data suggest is skepticism. Trump wins the shock victory. My theory is that no one showed up to vote for Hillary Clinton, my evidence for that is that he will in fewer votes in Wisconsin that Mitt Romney did Trump did and won the state Hillary Clinton lost the state because no one likes Hillary and the dirty little secret at twenty sixteen is that it was not in fact a referendum on President Trump. It was a referendum on the worst candidate in the history of the Republic who everyone despised, including Democrats voted for Bernie Sanders. Bernie Sanders in the primaries. So Twenty-eight team comes around and we get shellacked. I mean, we looks now like we're going to lose forty seats. When all of a sudden done in the house, which is lacking we are only able to with. Gain two seats in the Senate in a in a cycle where there were ten democratic seats that were up for reelection. What is your perspective going into twenty twenty? Are you optimistic that Trump is able to win reelection? If so why I'm not optimistic, but I'm not pessimistic. I thought we were going to make it closer in the house. But I don't think we got select historical from historical perspective. But we lost way worse than than we wanted to look like we were going to before. I do think that Trump has something that other people didn't have attributed that contributed to his victory. He can really rally his base, and like nobody I've ever seen. He came to Cape Girardeau for the the Holly rally, and you can't believe the way he energizes people, and he gives a good stump speech and gets people motivated now, and we've talked about whether we've talked about, but I've been reading Trump can do this with his base, but he has to go beyond his base. I think new just says and nobody can deny Gingrich's brilliance, and especially as str- strategist if he if he really gets the base multi hyper expanded we will win. Anyway, I don't I don't believe that. But but I believe again. Is that what the left will probably do in the next two years will reveal them more and more for how unreasonable they are. And how extreme they are. They might get smart and not be extreme. But we Trump we have to have a good economy. Remember, Trump wasn't running wasn't. He wasn't running in this election. But these lessons weren't nationalized and the presidential election will be obviously by definition, and they're all voting for one candidate versus the other as opposed to four hundred and fifty four hundred thirty five different districts. I think that he has a very good chance of winning. But it depends on I saw Steve day. Write a column the other day saying I'll tell you right now whether Trump's gonna win it's whether the Democrats put up somebody likeable if they put up somebody that's not likeable he'll win. If it's like if the person's likable, he won't now that kind of goes with your two thousand sixteen theory that Hillary wasn't and all that. But I. I don't think it's that simple. Steve days is very smart guy. But I think that the economy's gonna make a big difference and who the Democrats put up, obviously. But I don't think likeability is all there is to it. These people who said purported to know, what was going to happen a year out to me. That's just folly. You can't the things can change overnight. And we've seen it literally changed overnight. I think we've got to do much better messaging. Going forward and Trump has I wish there was a way that Trump. You could have the good Trump without the bad. Right. When I say the bad Trump. I'm talking about the shooting himself in the foot on certain of his tweets. But but I like a lot of his tweets..

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"david limbaugh" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"david limbaugh" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Two eight seven two two two. All right. So the response to that, particularly when you're talking young people is that some of the language that you're using to describe President Trump is is pretty flattering. So you say that he's the general in the culture war that he think that he he's doing what's best for the country and the other way of saying it sort of the other side of the coin is kind of a schmuck, right? Which is that like a personally he does not he doesn't have a history of treating women. Well, obviously, he's been very skis. He and his business deal. He lies a lot. He says a lot of things that aren't true. But he's a perfectly serviceable and better than serviceable vessel for a lot of my political priorities. And for that reason alone since all the damage that he was going to do is now done, right? I mean, I was afraid that he was going to course in the public culture. Even those already course he's done that it's over camp with that cat back in the bag. All right. He's going to he's going to say things that I don't like he's done that not sure that can be undone. He's going to soul that Republican party. And he hasn't really done that too too much of an extent. But when you say, the young people, particularly the he is a feeling that he's a great leader or that he's or that he's a good man or that he's that he's even a decent fellow. Like, I don't think that he's a particularly decent fellow. I wouldn't want him as a business partner. I don't think that he's a good, man. I wouldn't want him around my wife unsupervised, but as a vehicle for my for my political viewpoint, which is a reflection of my values. I would certainly prefer him in the White House. To to Hillary Clinton or any other democrat that they are willing to run at this point or probably in the near future. So with that being the case we're both coming at it from the perspective of people who are going to vote for Trump in twenty twenty. But I do wonder if it undercuts the message of people who are values Centric to lead with the what extent you feel the need to defend Trump as a human as opposed to defending your vote for Trump as a politician. It depends on the charge against him. I just I think the facts ought to speak for themselves and on a case by case basis. I do believe that he has become more conservative substantively. I that. But let me tell you my theory. Why I don't think he was ever ideological. He did have strong beliefs on on tariffs and trade wars, and that kind of thing and immigration, but he hung around New York liberals, and he thought they were nice guys. They were nice to him, and he's very much. A product of who he responds to people personally if they like him and all that and you can say that's a negative. I understand. But now he sees the left for what they are. And now he sees who the good guys are, and including the Christians, and I actually think there's been a transformation. I don't know about a conversion. I have no idea what he where he is spiritually. But I think he's moved in the right direction substantively and idealized even beyond how he's governing. I think he's come to see who the good guys are in this existential struggle for America. I don't want to say that to to young people or any anybody else that if he's doing something wrong that it's right? I don't want to say that it is. But I might give him some slack on things that I don't take that seriously about so if he says I want to wrestle somebody to the floor are talks about I don't want him to curse in public, obviously. But if he's combative that doesn't bother me. I want him to be combative because that's what we've missed. And that's what that's why the basis so that's why there's rallying around him. Because they see I really believe this that we've the conservatives thought the tea party thought that we weren't that. There are no leader standing up for our values. And our ideas, I something that does bother me..

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"david limbaugh" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"david limbaugh" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"So only when we win and we force it down their throats. I mean, not force, but we do it democratically. They force it down our throats. I eat with avant Macaire. So I don't I see Trump as governing conservatively and some of the things he says, oh, let me say this. I know that you, and I I I watch and listen to your podcast lot. I agree with you ninety nine percent of the time. I think we have a different perception though, about Trump, and this is what bothers me about never-trumpers. They. Were sell outs. I haven't sold out. I five kids. I have nothing. I love America as much as I ever have. I'm not offended by trumps nationalism. I don't see code in trumps nationalism to walk white supremacy or are all right or any of that I coat Trump and code don't mix. Trump is whatever he says is what he says. And and so I don't see any of these sinister motives that Trump has he may say things that aren't true. But but I don't taking that seriously. So as before when I some of the things he did I was just appalled now, I kind of laugh when I see these videos of him in the wrestling thing. Now, I look back at him accusing Ted Cruz bad of assassinating. I just laugh at that. Because it's so absurd and I don't even take him seriously. It was dirty pool at the time. Don't get me wrong. But I don't I just don't take see Trump is some sinister guy. I think he's really working for the good of America. I mean, I really of all the things he believes I've really. I believe he loves America. And I don't see a lot of eveland, and I think is a Christian. I have a duty to support him. Because he's the guy that's standing in the way of standing at work, the advance of leftism case. So I want to ask you in a second about the the response to that. And this is coming from somebody who said I'm much more likely now to support him than I was in two thousand sixteen but I I wanna talk to you about your second amendment rights gum overs. Listen up did you enter to win your brand new gun from the USCCA? If not what are you waiting for your about to miss the deadline, but the heck's wrong with you the gun today..

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"david limbaugh" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"david limbaugh" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"They want to know why they're here and not at movie right now, they want to know what it is that makes special what it is about our three thousand year history and Judaism in two thousand year history. And Christianity that makes it worthwhile up your Sunday morning when you could be out playing video games. Do you think that the churches are doing a good enough job of leaving behind that sort of soft approach because I just I think too many of them are falling into this attempt to fill the pews. In short order without actually getting to the root of the matter. Yeah, I agree. And it worries me that you for example. A pastor preacher has got to be willing to talk about sin in the poll from the pulpit if he's afraid to turn people off then he's doing a disservice. Now, I don't think I don't want pastors to inject politics overtly. I want them to advocate values that are consistent with with the bible, and that may be consistent with conservative political values, but not do it in a political or partisan way. And I don't mean to do it furtively. I just mean, preach the bible and preach Christian values. But some of them are afraid, and they stay away from these issues. I visited one church where the pastor said right after Trump won. We're gonna pray for the people who here who weren't in favor of Trump. And I was so turned off by that. Because one about did they ever say that about Obama. And I here's the thing. I don't want pastors to be political conservatives or political liberals, I want them to leave leave all of that out and just preach the gospel, preach the bible, but some of them are afraid to do that. And even if they do get people in the door. I think ultimately they're not going to keep them in the way that they want to keep them because they're not going to fill them with what they need. So I think we agree on problem. Number one problem. Number two is something you mentioned a little bit earlier, which is a feeling that you get from a lot of people who don't have a lot of familiar with church, or maybe they do it the wrong churches, when they're when they're young this feeling of incipient theocracy, the, you know, the folksy thing Mike Pence is going to reinstitute the Handmaid's tale because he's a religious person, and they think back to their used when they had a priest or a pastor or rabbi who used to feel very oppressive. I think it's important for religious communities two points. Look, we're here to help guide you and provide you the social fabric. So that you can do. Thing. But we're not interested in grabbing the reins of government, then cramming down our version of life on you other than protecting life liberty and property. That's exactly right while you can look at the world history and say, well, they did that there was we we did dabble a lot and the accuracy and intermixing church-state in that sense. But I think our framers were very clear they wanted to prohibit the establishment of a national church, and the reason they wanted to do that is because they knew that if you have one church that's mandated, then you don't have religious liberty. They wanted religious liberty for everyone, and you can argue about whether it's openly about Christians and all the nominations, being whatever. But I don't care the print the spirit of it is the same. I don't as a Christian. I don't want to muzzle. Anyone? I want the freedom of religion and speech and association to be robust. And that's one thing. I one tail telltale sign of the difference between libs and conservatives. Liberals are sensors. Liberal suppress liberty. Liberty liberals are intolerant. Conservatives and Christians are tolerant. We have nothing to fear for the marketplace of ideas, we just don't want people to keep us from saying what we want to say. So we're seeing now in the social media, but I'm on record on this. I'm against the accuracy of firm. It's the worst thing you could ever do that..

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"david limbaugh" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"david limbaugh" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Well, David Limbaugh. Thank you for coming. I really appreciate it. Thanks for having me. So for folks who don't know. And this means nobody knows because I haven't told the story before the way that I got started in political commentary was at least partially due to David Limbaugh who I met for the first time in person today. So we have been talking and corresponding fort legitimately seventeen years. And this is the first time we've ever met in person, actually. So the way that this started is I was writing a column for the UCLA paper, I applied to creators syndicate, which was yours indicator for your column, and I applied cold, and they picked me up, and then I had to get blurbs for the columns who could send it off various newspapers. And I emailed you out of the blue and just some random kid, and I was like can you give me a blurb for my column you kindly said sure. And then he said and also if you decide to write a book on college campuses than I would be happy to be the agent for it. And I thought okay. Well. Then I should probably go ahead and do that. And then I wrote brainwashed. So we've been friends for seventeen years now. And it's pretty amazing. It took us this long to actually meet in verses? I don't mean to put you on the spot. But tell us the story of how we met. That's a more specific than I remember. But that's exactly right. And I don't remember actually engaging in solicitation for your legal business. But, but I, but I did I did want to encourage you to write amazing prodigy. And and what has always amazed me too about you is that. You didn't take off in an explosive way. Until maybe what the last year or two five years maybe last five five years. Yeah. Maybe the Piers Morgan thing was the carry exactly the twenty three. Yeah. That's how fast time goes. But I've always having. I always told you that it's going to happen many time. And so it's gratifying I loved and I don't take any credit for it at all. But I just love having been present. As this thing, they should take some credit for because David was one of the people who when I felt like crying because I wasn't actually progressing at the speed at which I was hoping to David. You're always one of the people who who is telling me that stick with it. Everything's gonna be okay. People will eventually come around, and our mutual friend and Coulter wanted to get you on the screen court. I had a different path thirty. Okay. So let's talk about ways that the church and synagogue have have screwed up because if you look at religious observation in the country it's been markedly declining since the nineteen fifties. The number of people who are affiliated with an official religion. Is is much lower now than it used to be people say that they are spiritual but not religious, which is the most empty phrase that I can possibly think of influence. It's like you get to you get to say that you believe in God without actually having to do anything about. But it seems to me that there are three problems three various approaches that have been taken all have which have have the problems approach number one is the approach that you mentioned, which is the let's have pizza and a guitar and come to church for the pizza and Qatar, and we won't talk politics at all we will never threaten anything that you think about life. This seems to me the direction which a lot of churches have gone thinking. This is going to draw on young people young people don't want that young people want eternal values..

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"david limbaugh" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"david limbaugh" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"They've been inspired by they hold them tear. And when they come to the tough roads in life because of that level of intimacy they know how to act they don't have to stop. I don't carry the one. No, the math is inside them that is so important to get intimate with both scripture and reason on a level that can deal with this like eleventh hour stage of a crisis in. Cher- otherwise, we will not prepared. When our moment comes. We think. Great conversation. Always love hearing from from David Limbaugh and along those lines. That's why in Todd quotes often. But that's why John Adams said our constitution was devised for a moral and religious people, and it's wholly inadequate for any other form of people. If there if there was a way to devise a secular government from a secular basis that had the amount of prosperity that our country has in the short relatively short amount of time that we've been around don't you think we would have seen that by this time in world history. It's because that it's because the basis of our founding is in these principles not just out of not just out of the philosophers. But because the philosophers who who brought to light practical five shouldn't say, practical broader principles as far as government goes. They're basis is in scripture, and we talked about this all the time. While you bring up this. You know, the scripture itself is not adequate for figuring out what the speed limit should be. But that's in the grand scheme of things. Those things are not important. It is the roadmap every significant framework of how to live with each other on this planet, and the sooner we get back to understanding that the better awful, more theology. Thursday coming up here next..

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"david limbaugh" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"david limbaugh" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"The blaze radio network. On demand. This is Steve dates. The Steve day show. Greetings, happy Thursday. Welcome to the show here. Live on the blaze on demand at crtv. I am Steve days Todd and Aaron are here with me as well. Let us know what you think about what we think. Steve. It's dais dot com is the Email address. You can like us on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter at Steve dais show. It's the Thursday next. Our buddy, David Limbaugh will be here. His latest book is right in the wheelhouse of the Thursday. We'll be talking about that. Also coming up later in this hour, you know, there's there's a lot of a lack of self awareness. I think what we think is hypocrisy is really self-awareness issues. And in light of all the bomb scares yesterday, which apparently have continued sadly into this morning talk about unity and common ground and come into gather. Well, last night one of the events that used to this time of year be a perennial coming together of Americana had an opportunity to do something along those lines. And instead. It did even worse than kick. The can down the road. Pete on us and told us it was raining. We're gonna talk about that a little bit later on. But let's first begin with. Here's what's happened while we were away. What happened while we were away brought to you by bombs. We still don't know for sure what's going on. If the package is being sent to various figures are actually dangerous or who's sending them. But so far the targets have been George Soros. John Brennan's care of CNN, Hillary Clinton rock Obama, Joe Biden, and Robert deniro, again, we don't know who's sending these packages. But what we do know for sure so far is Brown in color. The packages have a similar identical components and the packages all have returned dresses belonging to a prominent democratic official. That's according to NBC news that official Relator learned as Debbie Wasserman Schultz. Here are the reactions of the media and leftist politicians. There's no need. There's no reason to assume motives to assume anything at this point. But we do know what all of these targets have in common. These are all targets that have been criticised mercilessly by right wing outlets. CNN president. Jeff Zucker says there is a total and complete lack. Of understanding at the White House about the seriousness of their continued attacks on the media. This is political terrorism. This is American terrorism. This is red versus blow terrorism. Jennifer Rubin is correct. We've never seen a mass assassination attempt on this level before. And we have to do everything we can to bring our country together. We also have to elect candidates who will try to do the same. You cannot be civil with a political party that wants to destroy what you stand for Schumer. And Hello say time and time again, the president has condoned physical violence and divided Americans with his words and actions of support for the congressman who body slammed a reporter neo-nazis who killed a young woman and Charlottesville and his supporters at rallies who get violent with protesters dictators around the world who murder their own citizens referring to the free press as the enemy of the people speaking in Wisconsin speaking, quite hypocritically, I just have to say he talked about explosive devices being center former government officials he made no mention of explosive device sent to this building behind me the headquarters of CNN news organization, he routinely attacks. He calls reporters the end. Emme of the American people, it appears making Kelley as being forced out of NBC. She had to apologize earlier this week for these comments. Because you do get in trouble. If you are a white person who puts on the alleys or black person who puts white fatality like I was a kid. That was okay. As long as you addressing character NBC announced the rest of the week of her shows will be taped the so called experts on Trump over the New York Times wrote a long and boring article, and my cellphone usage that it's so incorrect, I do not have time here to correct it and have only one seldom used government cell phone story is so wrong. The Boston Red Sox invited members of their two thousand four curse breaking team to throw out the ceremonial first pitch during the World Series. They forgot one person though. That's correct bloody sock schilling. But don't worry. It's not out of spite, according to management, the national debt has reached over twenty one point five trillion dollars and finally.

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"david limbaugh" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"david limbaugh" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"From the left and the very behavior that they pretended to criticize they put it on steroids and emulating it. So, you know, they said, well, we don't like the some of the behavior of the president during the campaign, but you've taken it to another level, and you'll promulgating it you're out of Cleveland, Ohio. Okay. You're a an African American conservative. You took a lot of heat for supporting Donald Trump. Now that the results are in. And we're seeing all of these jobs being created for the people look at that picture over there. That's the forgotten men and women of America. That's what that's what twenty sixteen was about. For me. The thirteen million more Americans on food stamps, the eight million more in poverty. Eight million fewer people in poverty, and on food stamps. We have or hundred thousand manufacturing jobs that Obama said we're never coming back will the president get credit when you break down votes, demographically with the black community because they've never doing better. They've never done better. Thank god. He's going to get the votes, you know, and I think the left is authoritarian by nature can their economic coercion can lead to clinical coercion. And that's where they are. And I think the left is losing it because they don't have any ideas that worked and they don't have any proposal. So they're frustrated, and they resort to identity, politics and changing the rules, and this identity politics dividing people on the basis of race and gender. Is every four two and four years. It's the same thing rich versus poor old versus young black versus white Republicans racist, sexist, misogynistic, homophobic, xenophobic, islamophobic. They want dirty air water. They wanna kill children and grandma pro over the cliff, but also hold on ice cap, and they want the polar ice cap melted. Sean, they want to change the rule they want to balance the electoral college, they want to pack. The supreme court they abuse executive authority. They want to abuse the impeachment process just to impeach Trump encountered serious. There's no impeachable offenses and on down the line to spend due process. Oppose voter ID, promote open borders. Everything is anti democratic with a low d with a small and yet they claim we're the ones who are anti democratic stay right there. We'll take a break. More with pastor Scott, his partner Kareem is with us. I have no idea what his last name is David Limbaugh. Who's who Jesus is.

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"david limbaugh" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"david limbaugh" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The decades and david limbaugh who you've come to know from this program the decades i mean there are both independently known anyway they're great writers and speakers and so forth so i thought let me have them both on together with me they're also to my best friends and let's discuss what's going on with trae couty with komi with all the rest of it so let me give you a little taste of what took place sunday i hope you're able to watch the show it's only once a week so only for an hour when you when you call out the commercials it's really only for forty minutes give or take this is from sunday yesterday cut fourteen go we hear media outlets and other say well first of all it's not a spy cycle of all the faces not a big deal and thirdly of course we needed to get to the bottom of this russia thing what's the big deal tray gouty said this is exactly what the american people would want from the rest how do you respond to that i think mark all of the the back and forth about whether it's a spy or informant is really beside the point when i was a prosecutor the informants work for us so when i spoke to the jury during a case i would call them the informants and then the the defense lawyers would get up and speak to the same jury about the same guys in called on the spies the stitches the thinks whatever their government controlled covert operatives who you send in to get information regardless of what you call them and the important thing always is why you sent them in about what you call what they're doing whether you want to be hyperbolic or or use euphemisms about it and i think with all due respect to to to congressman gowdy i don't think the american people would be happy with the idea that the norm we've had in this country i think from the beginning of this country but certainly in the modern era watergate that the incumbent administration does not use the awesome counterterrorism and law enforcement powers that it has to monitor the opposition party in a electoral campaign is a norm the american people would like to keep in place and county is simply wrong when he says that the object here was to monitor.

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