18 Burst results for "Davis Mark Davis"
"davis mark davis" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"That last company made about Michelle Obama. Let's come back to that in a second. Two reasons I called number one after voting today. I saw the same weird machine I saw two years ago. The replace the touch screens with what look like back and back in grade school. A minor sharpie. That the blood through the paper and you put it through the sheet feeder. And then methodology methodologies will change and we always like constancy in our lives. I understand. All right, what else? Well, well, I don't see how this is an improvement. As a matter of fact, from what I'm hearing, those controversy associated with this system down in Venezuela. Okay, dude, give me give me Michelle. What's your thought on Michelle? Well, that comes after my second thing I called. Wait wait, we literally 60 seconds, go to Michelle. Now, 60 seconds. Go every time I call some of the 60 seconds. Well, I'll tell you what. Welcome to the clock. I'm going to give some timers. I'm going to get summer timers. I'm not that young. But anyways, it's the job of newspaper TV and radio to inform the public. I think you can agree on that, right? Yeah. Then why is it every election cycle? There's nothing said about the other no recognition at all to the other parties out there and so after the election is over. And when they mentioned some of that, well, because some of that, well, you know what? Full answer in a moment because you deserve it. It is the Dennis prager show for this election day, Tuesday, November 8th. All right, let's go to the phones now. I'd go to Dennis prager dot com for all things Dennis, go to Twitter, follow me at Mark Davis, MARK Davis, happy to be filling in more than happy to be filling in on this election day for Dennis. And he'll be back tomorrow and you can follow me on Twitter at Mark Davis MARK Davis all right T we are in Dayton, Ohio, Preston. Hey, Mark Davis. Hang on Preston. As a matter of fact, sit tight a second, let me put you back for one second. Because I meant the last gentleman, he expressed, as will often happen a certain frustration as to why more obscure candidates and more obscure parties don't get the media attention that some people want them to have. You hear it a lot about libertarians, maybe the Green Party, maybe I mean, because how is a party supposed to gain attention if they can't get media coverage? It's very much a chicken or the egg kind of argument. From a, from a media perspective from a radio, TV, a print perspective, editors, and people who have shows and people who have newspapers and et cetera, et cetera, their argument would be show me something and we'll cover you. Why in the world should we be covering people who get 0.5% of the vote? Why in the world? I mean, let's cover the people who actually get votes. Meanwhile, those candidates and the people who admire those candidates say, well, how in the world does anybody supposed to know about them if you're not covering them? Both are completely valid arguments. I can understand how from a TV radio or print perspective they wouldn't bust a lot of effort to cover candidates who are going to get an infinitesimal percentage of the vote. I could also understand those candidates and their backers saying, hey, if more people knew about us, maybe we'd get more than a half a percentage point of the vote. So the good news, there's not much good news for the obscure candidates and followers of and devotees of obscure candidates..
"davis mark davis" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"No doubt, I'm going to take a long time. And thank you, because it's of great value because when we talk about the skill set that desantis has displayed, it's been extremely impressive, but it's been in running Florida. He's been a national figure, but Trump has done it. He has shown that he is up for this fight. The onslaughts, the cheating, the smears, the personal ruin. We haven't seen desantis take that on on a national scale. I tend to think he'd be up to it, but with Trump, you already know he is. That is true. That is true. Mark Davison for Dennis, one 8 prager 7 7 6 stick around, much more to come on this election day. The Dennis prager show. They never find me. It is the Dennis prager show for this election day. Tuesday, the 8th of November 2022, what will the story be tomorrow? Dennis will be here for you to sift through those. I Mark Davis from 6 60 a.m.. The answer in Dallas Fort Worth follow me on Twitter at Mark Davis MARK Davis appreciate you. And I appreciate the calls today. Lots of anticipation, lots of sort of China bow around the campaigns as they have been run some evaluations of where we stand, what we expect things we're looking for, our hopes, our dreams, our aspirations, let's go one 8 prager 7 7 6. We are in Wisconsin Trish, Mark Davis in for Dennis. How are you? Hi, Mark. You're delightful. Thank you. Well, you're very good. Thank you. So the first one is, I had a feeling that Michelle Obama is going to run focus the last Democrat convention abroad talking her up on something trail. That kind of makes me nervous. All right, let's spend a moment. Let's spend a moment on that. Michelle Obama is a total rockstar would be an incredible energizing candidate and it gives me pause as well. It absolutely does. So my prayer here is once again a day filled with prayers. Here's mine. That Barack Obama is living his perfect life and doesn't want that to be screwed up. Barack Obama right now may be wind surfing with Richard Branson. I don't know. I would hope that Barack Obama's interest in going through that meat grinder to become first gentleman that his interest in that is zero. And I hope that that would mean something to her. If not, it gets really interesting because it's not based on much, but it doesn't matter. I mean, she is, she's the one thing that the Democrats seem to lack at virtually every level, and that is a popular, familiar figure with rockstar status. So let's go Barack cherish that private life, love that private life, stay in private life. Yes. And so what about Trump? If he gets indicted, he can't run, Maggie. Of course you can. He can run if he's indicted he could run if he's convicted. Oh, okay. I mean, the constitution has a pretty short list of their various states. It is up to the states to determine if you can vote after a felony if you can run for office after a felony. But for very specific reasons, the constitution says you got to be this age, got to be a natural born citizen, and that's pretty well about it. I mean, remember, there was Lyndon larouche ran for president from jail in 1992. One of the old communists did something in 19 20 socialist Eugene debs. The reason for this, I'm like, wow, how in the world can you have a felon run for president? The reason it's important to allow that is if you don't, if a felony will take you out of the running for the presidency, oh, God, help us. If there's a candidate that seemed to be on the upswing, somebody in some in some corrupt prosecutorial venue would find a way to pin a felony on somebody and then that would disqualify that person. So anyway, there you are. All right. Well, thank you. God bless, thank you. Appreciate it very much. One 8 prager 7 7 6. One 8 prager 7 7 6. We are in Pennsylvania. Tony, hey, Mark Davis in for Dennis, how are you this election day? Wonderful thank you for taking my call, Mark. Hi..
"davis mark davis" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"And that is you. It's hanging on a second. Joshua, Mark Davis, hi. Welcome to the program, Dennis prager show, Mark Davis sitting in. How you doing? Good, how are you? I was previously actually registered as a Democrat. I ran for local council, but now I've seen so much how the Democratic Party has been hijacked by foreign governments and foreign influence. I mean, it's just so clear to anyone who pays attention. So I am now a registered as a Republican proudly and yeah, I just want to go back to what the previous caller said, I think we need more people going to the ballots in person. I think we need voting transparency. We really need to push that and hold the government accountable and have open elections where we can see what's going on behind the scenes, push for that. There is a lot of foreign interference attempted for an interference, but I do believe the spirit of the American people is stronger than any corrupt foreign governments. And then also, I would like to hear your thoughts on the Alex Jones trial and what that means for free speech, even though he may have been wrong with what he said, it's still about the First Amendment and all that stuff's going on at info wars dot com. That's great. Let me give you, let me give you, let me give you 60 seconds on that and then tell me what you think. The things that Alex said were execrable and horrible, monetizing them, turning them into a lottery ticket for people. It was a little weird to me. I'm a big believer in the marketplace, deciding which shows they like, which shows they don't. And having that be what determines things. If somebody is guilty of libel or slander, those are actionable, et cetera, et cetera, the various types of demonstrable harm. I have not much of a quarrel about these families, these grieving families whom he savaged, seeking something from him in terms of damages. I ain't nothing going to bring their babies back. So I don't know how much that gets to be. I think eventually we get sufficiently punitive that we try to do things that are designed to deliver a message, maybe that restrains the next broadcaster from saying lunatic things. Okay. But I don't know, the $1 billion. I mean, I don't know at what point it would start to strike me as an oddity, but I am a big fan of that there are going to be always going to be shows out there that I agree with, disagree with. Some people saying things that strike me as horribly reckless. And if enough people believe that, they'll stop listing those shows will go away. I tend to be a marketplace guy. I'll stop talking. Fill in the blanks. And avoid blatant plugs because that's just stupid. So what's your thought on the actual issue? Well, I agree with most of what you said. I think so I'm a First Amendment absolutist and we all say things that are wrong sometimes. So I think sometimes I mean, he has said he's apologized many times and he has children up his own. So I don't think he would ever want to see any families or children harm. So I think it was an honest mistake. I definitely don't. I think I don't believe I don't believe that for a minute. I think Alex is a lunatic. And I think if when somebody shows you what you are, you believe them. Now should lunatics have talk shows? Sure. I don't care. And there are things that people could say that are libelous in our slanderous, which are actionable, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera. And I don't hate the guy. I don't care. Everybody gets a show. Let's say what you want. It might not be my cup of tea. But that was it, it required an enormous amount of mental disconnect to say those things. And for there to be some kind of price for that, I don't have a big problem with it. Well, you have a valid point there. I mean, my stance on it is, I think he said a lot more truth than lies or misinformation, I think. Yeah, maybe Hitler loved his dog too. And so I was just, you know, and then I say that. Generally speaking, there are people, there are good people who there's one bad thing that you can do. I mean, listen, I like to think of myself as a good person. If I walk out and blow somebody's brains out outside the studio today, yeah, but Mark did so many good things. Yeah, it's possible that there are things you can do. And maybe they don't define your whole life, but they're going to be consequences. They're going to be consequences. And there should be. What should those consequences be? Well, that's open for debate. Debates what we're about, Mark Davison, for Dennis stick around, please. That is Tuesday, October 25, Dennis prager show, guest hosted by me Mark Davis, howdy, 6 60 a.m. the answer Dallas Fort Worth, my broadcast home. Each morning and it's always a pleasure to knock out one show and then come do another one, especially when it is the Dennis prager show. Phone number again is one 8 prager 7 7 6 one 8 prager 7 7 6 all things Dennis can be found at Dennis prager dot com, follow me on Twitter at Mark Davis MARK Davis..
"davis mark davis" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"That's where you can see us sale news channel dot com or you're listening wherever you may be listening on via the app listening via your local station, we are enormously grateful I Mark Davis always grateful to be here for a Dennis prager, follow me on Twitter at Mark Davis MARK Davis and call the show at one 8 prager 7 7 6 where people are already doing that. We're going to head to those calls in just a second. Tonight, fetterman versus Doctor Oz, I said this on my morning show and I mean this greatly. I want fetterman to do well tonight in terms of processing the English language and speaking it. This is not the way I want to win. I don't want Doctor Oz to win because federman is simply absolutely unable to function in the English language because of his stroke recovery. I pray for his health and for his continued success in that recovery. I like our guys to win because our ideas are better. Our candidates are better because their ideas are ruinous, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera. All of which is true with fetterman. But I'll tell you one thing, this could say backfire, but there could be he could score enormous empathy points by struggling through this debate with whatever laptop screen he's going to be looking at to know what anybody is saying. You can't have that in the Senate. You just can't. And this is not ableism. And it's not attacking a disabled guy. Please, I got to tell you, there are deaf people, stone deaf people who have done fine in public office because it's all baked in. They got to do sign language, they're various things that thank God for the cochlear implant, some of them can hear now. But this is brand new to fetterman. It's all new and it all has to do with actually being able to even remotely understand what people are saying on the fly in a hallway in a news conference. This is not sustainable as it is now. So we'll see how this all plays out on a debate stage tonight. Ugh. I am not looking forward to it. But so will, I don't know. Your thoughts are welcome. One 8 prager 7 7 6 one 8 7 7 6. Let us head to some of these wonderful calls. We are in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Let me take us where we're supposed to go on there. And that is you, Eugene, Mark Davison, for Dennis, how are you doing, sir? Hey, I'm good, Mark. How are you today? Doing great. Thank you. By the way, that was very nice what you just said about betterment. I agree with you, unfortunately, we're probably in the 1% within our party. That feels that way, but I do agree with what you just said. I don't know. Well, thanks. I do too. With that said, I wanted to run something past you that a left leaning friend of mine told me. I had heard this, but I don't know. That is that a number of people from president Trump's inner circle testified under oath that he knew that Biden won the election and during the insurrection, he sat around and watched TV for three hours. Have you heard anything about that? Well, sure. I mean, I've been paying attention to that stupid January 6th committee and all of these obsessions about the nuts and bolts of that day. Let me address both of those. On the first, as well, hi, hi. Hey, here's a crazy idea. You brought stuff up. I'll address what you brought up, and then you address what I then say. It's an awesome system. I've used it for 40 years. So sit tight, 60 seconds, be right back with you. So in terms of what Trump thought about the election. I think he might have known in his heart of hearts that the overturning of the result, however flawed he viewed it to be, was probably not going to happen and that he would probably have to endure as we all have a Biden presidency. Publicly, his view was we're going to win this. We're going to prevail. We're going to do this. We're going to challenge it in court. We're going to see how it goes. In his heart of hearts, did you know that was probably futile? Maybe, I don't know, I'm not a mind reader. As far as what he did for the hours of the January 6th rioting and it was rioting. Count me among those who wish he had come out, wish he had come out earlier to say, hey, you're not doing me any favors here. You're not doing the country any favors here. Go home. That would have been lovely. Would it have worked? I don't know. But I confess that I don't particularly care about that much in the aftermath. It was underway. It was terrible. The people who rioted should be prosecuted promptly. That's not happening. The 75 million who voted for him or the other thousands who came to the capitol that day because they were unsatisfied with the accuracy of the result, they should not be smeared by the acts of the rioters. And so now here we all are. Back to you. Yeah. I don't even know what to say. I'm just shocked at these algorithms. What is so incredibly what is so incredibly shocking. What is it that just makes you stop down in a deep funk as a result of anything that we've just talked about? What is it that's so huge? Well, I'm 53. And in my lifetime, I never thought we'd have an insurrection in this country and I never thought there'd be so many stupid naive and dumb people to believe that BS that this clown puts out every day. Well, but that's just, that's just you. That's just you hating millions of people. So if you can wear that all day knock yourself out, there's a spectrum of people and lord knows we saw some of them with all kinds of voting machine issues and we're going to release the kraken and that whole Sidney Powell Lin wood thing that didn't work out so well. And yet there are still millions of people who look at the rules that were changed unconstitutionally in several states on the fly and looked at various votes that were counted that simply shouldn't have been. It's not fraud in the usual traditional sense. No courtroom is going to find that. No court challenge is going to be successful, except the one that originated in my state or attorney general's Ken Paxton went to the Supreme Court and said, look, rules were changed on the fly. That's unconstitutional. Supreme Court punted. That was the challenge that might have meant something. It didn't. Here we are. So get over yourself and let's move on. So who do you think won me a life in the 2020 election? I have no idea. You have no idea. I have absolutely no idea. And that's not good enough for me. Even though they went to court 60 times, and I'm sorry, maybe the connection is bad, and maybe you didn't hear what I actually just said like 60 seconds ago. There was never going to be a courtroom that said, we bang the gavel and definitively find that Trump did in fact win Pennsylvania by 312 votes. That was never going to happen. I didn't speak well of those court challenges, and I caught all kinds of holy you know what for it. The problem was that rules were changed in various states that shouldn't have been changed. Votes were tabulated that should not have been tabulated, how many? I don't know. We'll never know. And that's not good enough. So Biden's president, I'm over it, and now we're just looking to dig the country out of it. Well, I guess that's a way to put lipstick on the pig, but no, that's the way that's the way to accurately tell you how I feel. And if you feel differently, that's okay. That's why we have phone lines. It's all right. I mean, I can't believe that this guy's out there lying every day like he is. For crying out loud, get your panties out of a wad and just understand what other people believe. There are people out there who are not satisfied with the election result. There are people out there who don't agree with you that the election was as pure as the driven snow that everything was perfect. And this is part of what the media culture has wanted to do. If you have the slightest doubt, the slightest principle doubt, which I've just given voice to, I just made myself an election denier. Which is meant to be of a type with Holocaust denier. So there's a reason for that..
"davis mark davis" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"But I'm going to try. So again, the designation here just to close out this segment. I'll come back and talk to some more of you. One 8 prager 7 7 6 one 8 prager 7 7 6 and follow me on Twitter at Mark Davis MARK Davis. Is there a lot of things that have been made political? Taxes are political. Border policies are political. Some things have been made political to just start. More in a moment, Mark Davison for Dennis. Why did they fall a daydream boy and I'm lost in a daydream dreaming about my birthday love joy and even if time ain't really it is the Dennis prager show on this Wednesday the 5th day of October Mark Davison for Dennis. Welcome or welcome back as the case may be. I'm about to dive into something that's been consuming me for a couple of weeks since I started watching it, that is the Ken burns documentary and other work of admitted genius from the amazing mind and filmmaking talent of Ken burns. There's a political angle to it that I want to talk about though, and also a, well, we talked a lot today about morality and governments and policy and the right thing to do and what defines that any given moment. Any given chapter in history, this U.S. and the Holocaust documentary, it will, as an American, make you ask, what in the world were we thinking? Is it 2020 hindsight? Is it just historical presentism, presentism is a great term? We commit a historical sin, I believe. When we, let's say somebody who's really upset with Columbus because in the 15th century, he just doesn't, he's just not displaying enough modern wokeness. Are we look back at a country in the 19th century that was kind of 50 50 on slavery. And we think, oh, how in the world did we ever do that? What's called, it's the 19th century. And we had enlightenment and we traveled the road of enlightenment. We got rid of rid of slavery. We let women start voting. That's awesome. But women have only been voting for like a hundred years. So walking around beating on the founding fathers for not letting women vote is just historical illiteracy. So, this isn't the 19th century. This isn't the 15th century. This is the last century. Not even a hundred years ago, unspeakable things were happening to Jews in Europe. We knew about it. Did we know enough about it? Where it somehow unpardonable, unfathomable why we didn't do more? Why didn't we do more? And how are we to feel about that looking back through history's lens? Those are the questions this documentary asks. I'm going to take you through it just a couple of just sort of some notes I was making while watching. And then I want to open the phone lines to you if you've seen it. Share your views. If you have not, then you'll hear what I'm talking about anyway. And we can discuss it. Real quick, two big things in the news. Biden is in Florida. So he and desantis are occupying the same space. That's always fun. Great political rivals. Also, OPEC announces that they are cutting oil production. Gas prices are surging again. So Joe Biden is going to go raid about 10 million more gallons from the strategic of the strategic petroleum reserve. Strategic has a meaning. That is there for national emergencies, not Democrat emergencies..
"davis mark davis" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"That's where we join you from. Glad you are here. Appreciate you being here. Let's dive back onto your calls and stuff from the week gone by a news. Things on your head on your head. Things on your mind and in your head and your heart. Choose whatever preposition you like and the phone number again is one 8 prager 7 7 6 and you can always keep track of me on Twitter at Mark Davis MARK Davis. I know let's see what's up next. Let's roll to Cleveland and Dan, Mark Davis in for Dennis. How are you doing? Happy Friday. Well, thank you. I'm wondering if our country is aging towards one party rule. I mean, seriously, rating the opposition candidate, this is the thing that happened in the horrible dictatorships. It's about Trump. It's about the dominant party. Well, I mean, the whole notion of here's the control we have. It's called 53 days from now. 53 days from now, we'll see if the Democrats are going to be scolded for what they have done. And not just in terms of dirty trick tactics, like the Mar-a-Lago raid, but in terms of horrible policies. We'll find out. I mean, there have been times when Republicans have enjoyed the presidency and big congressional majorities. There have been times when the Democrats have enjoyed the presidency and big congressional majorities. Note the common thread is. It's called people who voted for them. Now, obviously, start another entire talk show on election integrity, which is vital, by the way. And I'll tell you another thing that's vital is if you want to do something about that, then make sure you vote and take ten of your friends. If not 20. If it ain't close, they can't cheat. Have we done an appreciable job of enduring impairing of improving. It's a good thing to shows about done. And the week is about done because my ability to talk is apparently on the way out. So the timing is excellent. If we have we done a good job of improving election security in my state of Texas, over in Georgia, it's very subtle way. I believe we have. And I think one of the reasons I know that we have is because the left has been on fire with rage about that. Voter suppression voter suppression is a damnable lie. I mean, you need all kinds of ID to get on a stinking plane, proving your you before you vote is a basic of a responsible democracy. It's all we're trying to do. And I think things are vastly improved from 2020 to 2022 and will be in 2024. Will it be perfect? Nope. Will cheating still be possible? Probably. And that means that our best defense is to show up in such numbers that even if fudging if Democrat cheating is worth a percentage point or two, and that's real fat. Whatever it's worth, then we gotta win by 5, so that it doesn't matter. So that it doesn't matter. I mean, election integrity always matters, but I mean so that they're skullduggery. They're sinister, cheating tactics don't matter. They become mathematically irrelevant..
"davis mark davis" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"Here are the Salem media group with a full day of talk show host, and even when some of the key guys aren't there, willing soldiers who will step in and say, hey, find me up. Mark Davison for Dennis prager. I'm the happy morning show host at 6 60 a.m. the answer in Dallas Fort Worth. And for today, and whenever they ask the more than happy fill in guy for Dennis prager, phone number remains the same that is one 8 prager 7 7 6 one 8 prager 7 7 6. You can get a hold of me on Twitter at Mark Davis MARK Davis. Many of you are, it's fascinating. It's like another whole show going on. I love it. And I deeply appreciate your input. If you just joining us, we've talked a little bit about the migrant relocation strategy of our governor here in Texas Greg Abbott and governor desantis in Florida and a little bit of the sort of the way this drama has played out. It started out some weeks ago with governor Abbott deciding we're going to load up some buses and send people to liberal cities. Hey muriel Bowser, how'd you like some of these folks right there in Washington? Hey, Eric Adams, boom. How about some of them right there in New York, New York starts spreading the news. Here comes some buses. And then Lori Lightfoot in Chicago. And then I guess a few days ago, governor desantis in Florida said, okay, let's turn the buses into planes and let send them to another liberal enclave, not a big seething city with a Democrat mayor, but a Tony seaside location like Martha's Vineyard. And so there they were. What was it? 50 of them, and it was as if a meteor were hurtling toward the earth. To see these people to see these officials, and then as the desantis planes turned Martha's Vineyard into a cauldron of panic, governor Abbott said, hold my beer, I'm sending a couple more busloads this time to Kamala Harris house. It just gets better every day. And by that I mean, the point is made, the political imagery is brilliant. And we're talking a little bit about whether you like it or don't like it or whether you think it's smart or not so smart. I think it's total genius. I will give you a shade of nuance here. There were folks here in Texas and granted some of them were folks who had been were Republicans. Who had not been on board with Abbott, but had better be now, 'cause we got to make sure that he sends beto o'rourke packing with a decisive defeat on November 8th. There were a couple of folks, Alan west, you definitely know, he ran against Greg Abbott, and the Republican primary. And a longtime friend of mine, another longtime friend of mine, Don huffines, a former state senator, a member of a wonderful magnificent impactful family in our community and business in politics and everything in between. And so both of them were kind of run it against Abbott from the right on a couple of issues and the immigration was one of them. And Don huffines had some billboards, stopped giving illegal immigrants our money. It seemed like huffines would say something, and then ab would emulate it, which had to be the most flattering thing in the world, but also makes it hard for you to primary a guy when he's adopting your entire your entire agenda. So bottom line was, some of the folks who were maybe not Abbott fans were saying and some of them may still be saying. Isn't this giving the immigrants exactly what they want? I mean, we didn't, and somebody tried to make this point to me yesterday. Yeah, you conservatives, you were all up in high dudgeon when Biden was loading up planes of people and shipping them all over the country. Now your governors are doing it and you think it's great because to own the libs. My suggestion was that if anybody can't see the difference, anybody can't discern the distinction between those two, maybe they should not be analyzing things for a living, or maybe even as a hobby. When Biden loaded up planes in the dark of night and schlepped people to all time zones of America, that absolutely was. So that they could embed and disappear and vanish and suddenly surface later when a future Democrat administration and a Democrat Congress can legalize and normalize and naturalize all of these folks and then enjoy decade upon decade of grateful Democrat voting in return. That's what those plane loads were for. These plane loads are decidedly different. These are designed to take a whole bunch of actually a tiny sliver of immigrants. If you want to take a look at the numbers here, look at who went to Martha's Vineyard, look at everybody that's gone to, I think Eric Adams in New York said, we've gotten 7000 migrants. 7000 migrants. Oh. You know what that's called? One month. At the Texas border. And a slow month at that. So spare me the tears and the hand wringing and the violin music from New York City. And I love New York. I love D.C.. I grew up in the suburbs of D.C.. I love Chicago. These are great cities. Horribly run by people with very, very bad ideas. And one of the worst ideas you can have is this sanctuary city, nonsense. So we've talked a lot about that and what makes good sense politically, what the moral implications of all of this are because there are a whole lot of folks who suddenly suddenly are putting on these mantles of biblical scholarship saying, hey, hey Mark, hey, conservatives. Hey, Abbott, hey, desantis. Surely Jesus would disapprove of what you're doing. There's no evidence of that. There's no scriptural indication that points toward open borders, none. None whatsoever. And I did take the opportunity and I'll do it now if it works on the radio. And that is to say, if anybody's in the mood to work through some Jesus logic, if you think that Jesus would not be a fan of what conservatives are doing with regard to our advocacy of these migrant relocations, you want to talk about what Jesus wants. You want to talk about what Jesus seems to like and dislike. You want to talk about what is and is not in scripture. Great, let's do that. On one condition, then let's do abortion. Can we do that? If you suddenly care so much about what Christ would teach about what Jesus would want about what makes God happy. Let's talk about the violent evisceration of the miracle of life in the womb. You want to talk about Jesus? Let's talk about Jesus. Now, obviously, if you want to talk about anything a place to do it, one 8 prager 7 7 6 one 8 prager 7 7 6. Let us hop to your calls and we are in Los Angeles and Brent, that is you. Let's hop to Brent and say hi..
"davis mark davis" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"In the here's going to be the upshot I've been paying peripheral attention to the hearings, miss Hutchinson, who is Mark Meadows assistant. She was apparently witness to one particularly vivid scene where president Trump saw attorney general Bill Barr throws some shade and some doubt on the notion of the viability of election fraud claims. And the apparently took like a porcelain plate with a burger on it and winged it against the wall. Okay, I'm sure we'll have video reenactments of that for world news tonight with David Muir, but it's just another day of these hearings highlighting that Trump was pretty pretty twisted off about this. Guess what? I knew that. Changes nothing changes nothing about the law changes nothing about incitement, but you know, we've talked about how the landscape might change. Mark Davison for Dennis right back. The Dennis prager show. It is Dennis prager show for this Tuesday the 28th day of June Marc Davis and for Dennis follow me on Twitter at Mark Davis MARK Davis, follow all things Dennis at Dennis prager dot com and go grab that Dennis and Julie podcast wherever fine podcasts are disseminated. Dennis and Julie Hartman are the last name, right? She's a Harvard student who realized, wow, education is screwed. And that's been adversely affecting my life. And if you have that in your head as a young person, the person you need to be talking to is Dennis prager. And so Dennis and Julie hash out a lot of issues of the day. Large scale and microcosmic and it's just a wonderful thing. The Dennis and Julie podcast, I think a new edition of that is a new chapter that is due out any minute. So go looking for that. All right, we're looking for your calls and finding them aplenty. One 8 prager 7 7 6 one 8 prager 7 7 6 and we're looking at how we became so constitutionally illiterate, which is on display like every day since these rulings are coming in and we're talking about how the teaching of civics kind of went by the wayside talking a little bit about the stupid January 6th hearings and if they have any effect, the various headlines of the moment, including the horrible tragic finding of a bunch of bodies in the back of a truck from a horrific smuggling attempt of illegal immigrants into my state of Texas. So a lot of things going on and you can even add something else if you wish, one 8 prager 7 7 6. Let us hop back to your calls. We are in San Diego, Jackie. Hi, Mark Davison for Dennis. How are you? Good morning. Well, this morning here, Mark. Thank you for taking my call. And I am so grateful the way you start your program every time when you're on here for Dennis. I appreciate the prayer. Well, thanks. Yeah. Well, what I want you to say was I'm a native Californian. I was brought up in California schools. And we did have 8th grade mandated testing of the government knowing the constitution and everything. And that got dropped by the wayside of sleep when we got into the national Department of Education. You know, when the mandates started coming down nationally, things have really gone awry. And the reason I wanted to call was this was the fascinating comparison. A family friend became a U.S. citizen in 2018. She was studying and had to pass a test on the U.S. government, which included study. And looking at the Bill of Rights, the Declaration of Independence, all this, and she had all these things out on her table and her college age daughter came walking through and asked what it was all this stuff. Excellent. And so Sandra was telling her and her college aged daughter, having gone through California schools, said mom, I have never seen any of these documents. I didn't even know these things existed. Go figure. But I do know the names of rocks. Yes. I can tell you igneous metamorphic and sedimentary, but I don't know how I don't know anything about my country. Thank you so much, man. That Jackie, that is fantastic. And I'll tell you what, I'll pivot from that to a story of from these hallways right outside this room. We have like 5 radio stations in this building. The one that I do my show on the talk station of 6 60 a.m., the answer. A massive powerhouse of contemporary Christian music klty, and a station that is a Spanish language, a Christian teaching and talk station serving DFW. And those are some of my favorite coworkers. I mean, they are salt of the earth magnificent folks. We all see each other in the hallway. Now that we're all back in the building, post COVID. And there's this one young lady from Argentina and she has regaled me, did for most of the last calendar year, with her path toward citizenship. And to watch her level of enthusiasm to watch her level of devotion to watch her level of commitment to becoming an American the right way by immigrating legally and going through the entire naturalization process and she talked about the stuff she had to study for for her test..
Is There Trump Fatigue Among Republicans?
"Hi, Mike. I think they'll do the October surprise and I think Don Junior should be waiting in the wings to run. Well, you know, but can I say this about waiting in the wings? So I had this argument the other day. I played it on the air with Mark Davis. Mark Davis is saying there is Trump fatigue among Republicans. That's this narrative that is starting to get some steam. I don't believe it. I don't agree with it. I talked to callers every day who don't have absolutely zero Trump fatigue, in fact, I think people are more enthusiastic about Trump than ever before. But ultimately, here's what's going to happen. Ron DeSantis is getting teed up to be in a perfect place for people like my friend Mark who think that Ron DeSantis is the refined Trump. And I'm not even going to debate that. Because I do believe that Ron DeSantis is not only the best governor in America. But is going to have an incredibly effective national career ahead of him. Post Florida gubernatorial politics. So who do the Democrats have waiting in the wings? Per se.
"davis mark davis" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"Right, let us roll in to California will, hey, Mark Davis in for Dennis welcome. How you doing? Good morning. This is a Wilson flag today. I can have you. I'm originally 69 years old in California. I'm originally a child of 60s, Berkeley, was kind of ratified back then, but I grew up. I came to the conclusion back when I was earlier that women should have a right to an abortion, although it is not in the constitution. Obviously, something has changed there to my personal opinion. On the other hand, unlike a previous caller who had a problem with it, also we have adopted three daughters in our past, all of whom are now grown and out into the world. Congratulations. That's awesome. With about a minute and a half to go, let's work on this. If you believe in abortion rights, what you do is you fight for them in the state where you live, where you'll either win or you won't. What you don't do is have a tyrannical Supreme Court invent a universal right for the whole country. I believe that you're correct in that you invent a right. Right. But if the constitution does actually hold such, but it does not. But it does not. There is zero right to abortion in the constitution. Now obviously, First Amendment, Second Amendment, all the rights that are actually in there are in there. I can't outlaw your gun. I can't outlaw your religion, et cetera, et cetera, but abortion is not in there, so that leaves it to the states. That's how it works. I'm afraid that my opinion is based on the idea, not the right, but I admit the idea of personal privacy and a woman's body. Wow, wow, wow. So the unborn child means nothing to you? The distinctly created human life just I'm sorry. I will admit that this is an intellectual conflict. Well, then let me free you from that. Let me free you from that conflict. Go ahead. Okay, do me a favor, call Dennis. He'll pick up from here or me the next time up here, 'cause I appreciate it. Of course, it's an intellectual conflict because you're ignoring an actual life. Who wants to do that? So the solution is don't do it. Back in a moment. The Dennis prager show. Towels just don't seem to draw you anymore. They feel soft and lotion Y in the store, but you get them home, and they don't absorb. Well, Mike lindell and my pillow found that out around 2006 and towels changed forever. He found the best towel company right here in the USA. They have proprietary technology to create towels that feel soft, but actually work, and that happens to be true. I use them. They are all made with USA cotton and they come with the my pillow 60 day money back guarantee. 6 P set two bath, two hand towels, two washcloths, regularly a 109 99, now 39 99. Just go to my pillow dot com and click on the new radio listener specials and get deep discounts on all my pillow products, including the towels by entering the promo code prager or call 807 6 one 63 O two for these great radio specials, my pillow dot com promo code prager. That it is Mark Davison for Dennis here at 6 60 AME answer in Dallas Fort Worth phone number remains the same. Of course, that's one 8 prager 7 7 6. You can get a hold of me in the land of Twitter there at Mark Davis MARK Davis and obviously you can get a hold of me on these phone lines at one 8 prager 7 7 6 for all kinds of things are busting out all over topically speaking. It is great to have you folks let us roll to Los Angeles Liz, Mark Davis and for.
"davis mark davis" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
"Rich Lowry editor at national review at rich Lowry. And at national review and our online much appreciates rich. Thank you, sir. As we roll into the next hour, we're going to take a look at some other guests including one who says maybe it's time to think about overthrowing Putin either we do it or try to range for somebody else to do it is that a nonstarter Mark Davison for Hugh Hewitt stick around. I want to remind you that our sponsor is Andrew and Todd dot com. There was Sierra Pacific, they lend you money to refinance your house or buy a home or help your son or daughter become investors in real estate by becoming a non occupying co borrower. They help senior citizens with reverse mortgage. They help veterans with no money down mortgages. They help you refinance. So if you need to get money out of your house or you need a whole new house, go to Andrew and Todd dot com or call them at triple a Triple H 1172. Very much always a pleasure to fill in for Hugh Hewlett right before my own show. And there's no better show prep for my own program here at 6 60 a.m. the answer in Dallas Fort Worth than to do the entire Hugh Hewitt show right ahead of it. Now, the entire show is with a bit of an asterisk today. We are together for here in the final hour for the first half of it. The back half is going to be huge on tape talking a wonderful novelist CJ box about his latest work, so that gives that gives us you and me two segments. We're going to talk to a fascinating gentleman here in a minute who's written a very provocative piece. And then we'll have a chunk of time to just wrap up with phone calls. So grab a line, whether it's Ukraine or anything else, so much going on in the news. One 805 two O one two three four one 805 two O one two three four follow me on Twitter at Mark Davis MARK Davis. As I said, whenever I'm filling in for you, I take a look at just various things that people are saying, very columns that people write and all the big publications that I like. And if you noticed over the last few days, there's been a lot of questions of what Ukraine should do. A lot of questions what America should do. And a lot of speculation about how the Russian people are feeling about this. And it was the weirdest juxtaposition of events because I took a call on my local show a few days ago and a gentleman said, yeah, Mark, tell you what ought to happen is somebody ought to just flat out overthrow Putin or put a bullet in him or something. Listen, the world becomes a better place if somebody does that today at lunchtime. But that doesn't necessarily mean we can go about advocating it or mobilizing toward it. And then Lindsey Graham, like moments later, says, is there a Brutus in Russia? Can somebody take Putin out? And it just launched me into this fascinating internal and external dialog over what the people of Russia might be able to do about the guy who, after all, is the problem. Within that funnel, I then hop onto the Washington times and there is a column called people of Russia, it is time to overthrow Putin, written by the assistant commentary editor for the Washington times. Jeffrey Scott Shapiro, who joins us, mister Shapiro. Welcome. How are you doing, sir? Good, how are you? I am great. My pleasure and thank you for writing an absolute conversation starter. I guess let's go like a flow chart and so box number one is how popular or unpopular.
"davis mark davis" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"Want to say that in view of what's happened with the last few days. I mean, you've got a half a point in that in dealing with in dealing with one at a time, please. In dealing with any foreign leader, especially one that's being troublesome misbehavior, you're right. You do have to get inside their head, figure out why they're doing what they're doing. In order to bring them around, hopefully, to better behavior. But that's not all you're asking us to do. You're not asking us to understand Putin. You're asking us to agree with him. And that's just a bridge too far. If you look at it from his perspective, I have. I reject it. Because that is foolhardy to think that Russia somehow has something to, in fact, tell me, what if you're so good at channeling Putin? Tell me what are his concerns of NATO NATO armament in Poland, for example. What does Putin have to fear from that? First of all, it was a violation of the answer answer the question, what does Putin have to palpably fear? This is your entire point, is that he has so much to fear, trembling in his expensive suits. What does he have to fear from NATO in Poland? More expansion by NATO. To where? To where? Expansion expansion to where? Expansion east into Russian territory. What would that look like? What would that look like? What would that look like? A NATO unilaterally good, I'm sorry, good. First of all, it would mean moving into what was to be a buffer state. The Ukraine, which they agreed not to do, putting missiles right on their border. And I asked you again, if we had missiles on Mexico's border, and Mexico had an agreement with Russia, would you be satisfied with that? And I tell you again, that is an absurd myth of equivalency. An absolutely absurd myth of equivalency. But I do appreciate the answer, which I did finally get. And that is that somehow Putin fears that the NATO armaments of Poland will soon be rolling right will soon roll right into Ukraine. Maybe even Belarus, Ukraine and Belarus, of course, are not NATO countries. They might like to be, I'm not lobbying for them to be, but I don't think there's any particular reason to think that NATO fancies loading up Ukraine with missile launchers. Wonderful calls appreciating all of them one 8 prager 7 7 6 Mark Davison for Dennis stick around much more to come. The Dennis prager show. Hey, Mark Davis said for Dennis, glad you are here one 8 prager 7 7 6 one 8 prager 7 7 6. All right, let's check out some more folks on the phone. We are in Michigan with Candace. Yes, ma'am, Mark Davison, for Dennis, how are you doing? Yes, fine, Mark. You're doing a great job as usual. You're very kind. Thanks. My point is, first of all, if Putin keeps going eventually, he's going to have NATO countries on his border. So, I mean, that's sort of a moot point. And I look back to the Second World War, would we have had a Second World War if when the Nazis invaded Poland, the whole world had reacted in concert and just come down with an iron fist, I believe that we would not have had the Second World War, possibly, and we would have saved a lot of lives that was an argument used when we dropped the bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki that it was saving all kinds of lives by taking direct action, I don't see how we can just ignore what's going on in Ukraine and say, well, this doesn't really affect us. I believe it affects us very deeply. Thank you. Beautifully put and thank you. And so again, I can almost hear people in my headphones. We were at war with Japan. We had been at war with Japan through 19 Pearl Harbor through 42, 43, 44, dropped the bonds from 45, absolutely saved Japanese lives by dropping bombs. Abs of Japanese historians will tell you this because they weren't given up. They were not given up. We are not at war with Russia at the moment. It seems like it's a strong motivation to keep it that way. The lady used her usage spoke directly to my heart because is it binary? Is it either or we're either on a war footing or it's nothing? I think when I hear somebody say whether it's Piers Morgan and his column that I'll share next hour or this fine lady or my own little voice in my head sometimes sanctions are not nothing. World repudiation is not nothing. But it may be woefully inadequate. What if he just doesn't care? Got to wrap our heads around that so I tell you what, let's carry that into the next hour. Mark Davison for Dennis follow me on Twitter at Mark Davis MARK Davis and call the show at one 8 prager 7 7 6 and we will continue. Thanks for being here on the Dennis prager show. The Dennis prager show. Live from the relief factor pain free studio..
"davis mark davis" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"So. Ted Cruz was on the Fox News channel. Tonight. I thought it was incredibly disconnected and out of touch. And Biden referenced a number of the challenges in this country, but he took no responsibility for any of them. He talked about inflation. He didn't acknowledge the trillions of new spending and debt that's driving inflation. Invaded Ukraine, but secondly, Joe Biden specifically made a series of concessions to Putin and Russia most notably waving sanctions on Nord stream two. The pipeline that Putin was building to go around Ukraine to enable the invasion of Ukraine. So that's Ted Cruz, a few moments ago on Fox News. And it takes me directly to some of the things that I want to ask you. And the phone number again, of course, is one 8 prager 7 7 6. You can also toss stuff at me via Twitter. I'm on Twitter at Mark Davis MARK Davis. And so here's the first. I'm going to presume and please tell me if I'm wrong. That's the vast majority of you share with me a lack of interest in involving ourselves directly militarily in terms of American boots on the ground. Not one drop of American blood. Please, money. I got no problem. Let's ship stuff to the Ukrainians and let them fight their war. It also strikes me as a European conflict. In watching that 40 mile Russian convoy, I don't know about you, but every time I see video of a convoy, maybe I'm just instantly taken back to Gulf War one, and I go full Norman schwartzkopf. And I think, well, let's just bomb that thing. Let's see a blinding flash of light, and it's gone. Yeah, that was Saddam in Kuwait. We're not going to do that now. Piers Morgan, one of our more intriguing Brit fellows in the pop culture. Wrote a New York Post column essentially asking America, why not? That, you know, we got him out of Kuwait in 43 days. And we're just going to sit around and do diddly squat sanctions while Putin rapes Ukraine, really? Does that seem American? It's not a bad question. And so I will ask it to you. Are you steadfast in that belief of opposition to American military involvement? I pray every day every day. Of this horrible story. That's the sanctions work. That the wave of world opinion counting against. Putin is something that he will hear like that matters. I don't know if that would matter to him if he did have all of his marbles. Then you throw in what Marco Rubio is talking about, what Condoleezza Rice has been talking about, because senator Rubio has familiarity with him, Senate intelligence committee, condi rice has had conversations with him and says, this ain't Putin of 5 years ago. This ain't Putin of 12 years ago. This guy is losing it. Oh, that's comforting..
"davis mark davis" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"It's a beautiful morning here in central time to a beautiful lunch hour on the east coast. Mark Davis and for Dennis prager, thank you so much for hanging out here at Dennis prager dot com, watching things going on on the video stream. We got going and listening and checking in everything Dennis related to dense breger dot com Dennis is off today and we'll be back tomorrow. And I'm Mark Davis for talk show buddy from 6 60 AME answer in DFW, where every day that I get to do the prager show, I get this superb prep opportunity by doing my own program this morning, which I am fresh off of and boy did we have a shindig this morning talking about a wide variety of things. And so I figure I'm gonna bring you the whole plate the entire smorgasbord of greatness as we examine a number of things. Here's the agenda I have in mind. Here are the things that I want to share with you. One of them is very specific, it involves education. It involves the rule of law attorney general Merrick Garland is currently being affectionately grilled and shoulder rubbed, depending on who's doing the questioning by members of the House judiciary committee, and we're sort of listening in that I've already got one wonderful exchange featuring one of my favorite Republicans of the moment congressman Mike Johnson of Louisiana, who absolutely placed before the attorney general, is possible financial conflict of interest with a close relative involved in profiting. Listen, you get to be in the curriculum business. You get to be in the education business, but then if you are taking a stand as the attorney general is in weaponizing and roping in federal and local law enforcement in an attempt to stigmatize intimidate, suppress any parent who dares to fight back push back against the race baiting, the politicization, the radicalization of curricula of history of our kids schooling. Well, that's problematic, as we say. So I want to ask you a lot about schools in your neighborhood, the degree to which the pushback is happening in your town, boy do I have stories because I'm here at DFW. Now world famous south Lake. The subject of an entire NBC podcast to demonize and scandalize a community that has dared to push back and for that effort for that heroic principled effort they are being blistered as some kind of skinhead enclave. It's a community I know well, they're being lied about, and so we're going to take a look at sort of the education landscape and see what's going on because I'll tell you this education issue might be about to swing a state election for governor in Virginia, please lord can Glen junkin beat Terry mcauliffe. Wouldn't that be something? There are those who have identified that election coming up in just a couple of weeks. In Virginia, is kind of like an extra midterm. We're thinking a lot about 2024 and please God let us get a better president. The midterms, the actual midterms are in 2022 when Republicans are looking to take back the house and maybe if we can cross our fingers, the Senate, but before we even get to 22, here before 21, even ends. Here's the Virginia gubernatorial election where a pole this morning shows junk and mcauliffe. Deadlocked, 46, 46, well, well. So I got a lot to ask about education. And then just in general, I mean, let's make a list, because it's a conservative talk show, and we welcome listeners of every political stripe. Dennis does. I do whatever I fill in. By the way, let me give you the number. One 8 prayer 7 7 6, one 8 prager 7 7 section, follow me on Twitter at Mark Davis, MARK, Davis, there's another hole show that takes place over there. And I'm glad to mix it up, however you like across ideological lines. Just glad to do it. I live for the exchange. I love the back and forth. But if I formulate a list of things that just seem to be in the crapper you'll excuse me. Profligate spending, ridiculous spending. Gas prices, through the roof, the supply chains dashed against the rocks. The Biden administration trying to smother us with lowered expectations. Don't expect your stuff to get here on time. Don't expect your affordable gas. What a first world problem that is. What did Jen Psaki talk about the other day that the tragedy of the delayed treadmill. An anti business environment unemployment and yet there's a job shortage. Skyrocketing crime, unlivable cities. Schools that don't work, borders that don't work. A China threat that is shockingly unaddressed. Now, I could make a long list of things that conservatives object to. Oh, and I will. And I do so for a living and have for a long time. But in there in that list that I've made aren't there some things that just anybody with a brain stem would take a look at you. This is not good. This is not this is this is not helpful. What's going on here? So I'd love your thoughts about some of that. And as I do, on the local show that I host, and I am graciously bring it here and.
"davis mark davis" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast
"To the podcast. Brought golden state media context. Podcast neck work all right. We made it. We made it. You made it through the week. Give yourself a nice pat on the back. You made it through the workweek. It's finally friday. And oh what a great friday. It is because they know what it is a football friday and it's always a better friday when we have football in our lives. And you know what we're just got done with that thursday night football game and that was a little taste that was lou taste of what's coming in week two of the nfl and we got a lot. And i mean a lot to talk about the. Nfl is back in our lives. Football is back in the live. And you know what we're going to get into the greatest thing. You didn't know you needed until you need it and honestly it was. I'm in the same boat. I didn't know i needed this. But when i saw it last week i was thinking. Wow that's i'm gonna. I'm going to be watching this all monday. And it's gonna be great to see that we're going to get into college football and who should be. The next coach for the usc trojans does that was a major storyline. That broke last week at the end of the show. And we're gonna get to that we're going to get into college football with three matchups. You know we're gonna get into friday. Football picks and we're going to get into week two matchup send the nfl and we're gonna get into a lot more to so great doubt football back in our lives and i know you guys are excited. I'm excited we're just getting rolling. We're just getting started here on the podcast so stick around. Stay tuned and happy. That football is back. Sit down relax greta. Coffee grab your juice. Grab whatever you need. And let's get into showy brennan to here with you again. It's the jason podcast. Let's get it okay week one. Nfl in the books. There's a lot of great games that monday night. Game was great that monday night. Game between the the las vegas rages and the baltimore ravens. That was a great finish. That was a great game. H-honestly i i took the ravens. I thought it was going to be a totally different name but shallow to the writers. Shout to the raiders. Opening up vegas and opening nepalese stadium for fans and all. I gotta say is wow. I don't know if you guys watch that game. Hope you probably did. You guys are being. He loved monday night. Football just like me. But when i was watching that game all i could think about. I couldn't think about the game. I couldn't think about how the ravens were running covered to exceed covered zero all throughout the fourth quarter and just messing up on defense and led. Derek carr endearing waller. We'll just run wild. But all i could think about during that game is a legion stadium. Wow that place. I might have to. You know what. I knew a lot of people when they were watching that game. Especially especially on the west coast especially all those raider fans who didn't move to vegas. Everybody probably said at one point in time. I gotta get to that place. Got to get there because a legion stadium. Looked let it it. It just looked out there. Looks like everybody was having a great time. you know. what if you're on the west coast. Go get to allegiance stadium. I i'm trying get there because it looks dislike a party. It looks lit up there. Mark davis mark davis. I did good. You did good and you know what nobody really care about the football on the field during the stand. It looked like a huge party and sleep. I gotta get there. I gotta get to the stadium eight sap. I just looks like a fun. Cool exciting environment that just a. It's it's such a great town vegas. It's a great town. And i'm glad we have. Nfl team there but just compared to last year and this year. That stadium looked so lit. When you have fans in the stands and you know what it's so great to have fans in the stands back in felt football games back in real life but it just makes such a big difference when you have fans in the stands compared to cardboard..
"davis mark davis" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Free mobile app and health. Pass feature closet a lot of stadiums. Yeah what about shouldn't there be. God wants his jon gruden. Well croon. yeah but the owner. Sorry davis mark davis genius haircut. Mark davis eight all right now. Look the have the have the cheese heads in green bay chintzy. The mark davis haircut. Bang that you put on like well dutch boy. The rams have the watermelons there's precedent for people put shit on their head of the black hole. Dude i'm saying. I think if i open the concession close enough to appear standards mark davis hair. It'll be a big fucking seller. I think you're right. I parked my the team. I parked in front of that stadium. Van full of those things for nine ninety nine and we could pop those things out of china for like a buck tanna unit. I could definitely sell. I think you're on those hair. Those haircuts yeah that would be that would have an ironic sort of social media popularity people. Taking their pictures of the game could be done. Yeah i. I'm not sure that the davis family as a very good track record of letting things like this go. You can't copyright that hair duty. Yeah the fucking pageboys from the fifteenth century. another era. so. I'm i'm bringing this up because we alluded to it at the top of the show. If you wanna falsify or vaccinations fines. Possible prison time because a couple of gentlemen on their way to hawaii. I don't know if they were on your flight. Brian They're the latest example of people. Who could go to prison for a year. You guys a couple. Well there's a. There was a fifty seven year old man and a nineteen year old. Cy imagined father-son norbert chung trevor chung and five thousand dollars in fines. They were arrested at honolulu's airports last sunday. After officials said they violated the state safe travel. Kurds they did. That's to in order to bypass the mandatory mandatory ten day quarantine. They're all over at a news conference corentin to go to hawaii. Just it sounds insane. It defeats yes. They don't want people traveling there and screw up an island. Yeah and it's the same thing for new zealand Just first case. However there's one tastes and i believe it's an auckland and they shut down most of the country or a bunch of cities for some three days somewhere five days. She wants that ship out there sliding into some fucking dangerous territory. Those places like arresting people on the street and fucking breaking into people's houses there that world. Yeah that new zealand and australia are getting in way down the orwellian road with this shit like school. Lockdowns and mask mandates. That's nothing compared to what they're doing over there. They're all there in enfold dictatorship mode over there. Well i have a very dear friend that lives in new zealand. Who moved there for work and he just they just made vaccines available like in the last week. I would connect with him and and figure out what's going on. I'm happy ask others crazy stories out of those plays i. I'll see if i can find out with some boots on the ground Hall of fame quarterback brett farve has joined the concussion legacy foundation in urging parents to wait to enroll kids in tackle football until the age of fourteen this new campaign. They wanna show parents that their child odds of developing c. t. double every additional three years. They play tackle football. It also wants to steer parents back to sunny favourite flag football. Hold your tongue and say it again. I won't so we can be more accurate. According to the cdc flag football typical player will receive about eight head impacts year. Tackle three seventy eight. And here's the psa. It's about a minute long and brett will be at the end. Mom dad was talk about tackle football just learned about. Cte's the brain disease to the head. The more years. I play.
"davis mark davis" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show
"It's it's definitely something and and dating I believe it was. I was listening to. I think dennis prager. He has the Man woman our and they were talking about Yesterday about the The hookup culture like how it is in colleges. And i can tell you. It is the same thing in the gay community like you know when you're a gay conservative at least for me. It's hard to find a date and you know the less the day left is doesn't want to have anything to do with you and i'm just like wow. It's unbelievable on. Is it possible in this in this wretched environment of social media. Isn't it possible that maybe social media can be value. I would think that that the the gay conservatives especially the gay black conservatives who are like three talk shows in one person That there'd be a way to to find similarly inclined people. I i would believe so. I'm just not that big of a social media person. I like meet someone that says. Good things about that. That's that's healthy instinct. But it might help. It might help at least show that that other folks exist and the either either politically racially or sexually sodomy to turn this into the gay matchmaking. Show just it's out there. I'm just trying to be helpful man. I've just tried to be. I love you thank you. I appreciate you pete other. It's great listening to fill in. For larry elder and he was like doing gay matchmaking. What's going on at salem network. Alright alright alright Eight nine seven one sage. Eight eight eight nine seven one sage. So let us in the minute. We have left in this segment. Shake ourselves off a little bit and let me introduce the whole. The whole notion of of gwen berry By my fellow texan here congressman. Dan crenshaw said she ought to be kicked off the olympic team. I would be fine with that. I believe that it should be a dealbreaker. The usoc will never require it. Not in in this weakened day and age but the most basic of requirements should be. You're wearing the uniform of this country. You will meet external expectations involving respect for this country. But silly me. I'm a big believer in second chances and redemption. How might that go when. I may not be hopeful about this. I mean it'd be optimistic but let's give it a. Let's give it a spin. Showy mark davison larryelder graveleine. Eight eight eight nine seven one sage. You're listening to the larry elder show. Welcome back to the larry elder. Show the great peter. Noone herman's hermits deed still around. Any they still touring or something already. We're still turn around the country with a talk show circuit and hear on the larry elder show. I'm mark davis filling in just about two hours down and one to go as we give you the phone number. Eight eight eight nine seven one sage. I'll let's wrap up with the call that i'll carry a couple of other things gwyn. Barry story The various other things wrapping up. Today's news we are in murphy texas and kathleen that is you. Hey mark davis welcome. How are you hi. Can you hear me i can. Oh okay. I'm so excited listen. Mark davis mark davis. I met you before in dallas texas. Now i know that we don't have a lot of time. I know you're awesome. I bought your book The lady that was on before that said that the bill cosby let out. And all the things that led up to it The bottom line is consensual or not when someone is Incapacitated at some level that is where the choices are no longer so i feel bad for that woman. She said her husband would give her wine. And this makes me weird in her. Didn't hear her. Her point was that that that she didn't want us to be thinking. That bill cosby slipped these women some substances against their will he asserts and in listen he may have. I don't know. But he is not fessed up to that he's fessed up to giving them things ostensibly to relax them but then the rape thing happens after they blank out and he continues to have sex with them. That's where the consent goes out the window and where the rape charge kicks it absolutely an agreement thousand percent. My question to you would be now if the man is also Partaking in this same activities taking drinker. Whatever does he not Does he is. He not been Incapacitated to make proper decisions as well will it can can great question. It can create just a total loss of inhibition which can result in decisions. People make that they wished they hadn't made the next day but the responsibility of the man is to secure consent. And if you're so blotto that you can't even ask then you're probably you know two out of it to do anything no matter how as a man no matter how inebriated you are. You'll have to stay focused enough to know whether or not you have obtained consent and if that's if if you have not or if that's in doubt there's a responsibility that not proceed now. All of these things are very hard to say are very easy to say. I don't know what to say. They're hard to do. But it becomes very foggy when court cases arise because people on the giving or receiving end of such deeds are often not clear headed. And don't even know they're doing. Here's a good idea. stay sober everybody. How about that. Be right back. Call the larry elder show now at eight eight eight nine seven one sage. That's eight eight eight nine seven one seven two four three..
"davis mark davis" Discussed on Your Mom's House
"Off the couch off sleeping on the couch. No the first exon. Yeah that's what he's telling you right also if you ever thought about people with catholic does it home do you have an. I guess you have no guest policy right. Because are no children go. My god children forget it but like you know what do you do you just you know. I got a leopard in my kitchen right now. What least friendly. He's i've had see was a fine. Okay yeah i would never bring my kid over to someone that had a crazy. Pat like they like you. They love you whenever like Okay to answer your question. i'm not forty years old. I'm in my thirties. Thirty five union. Check your facts well not at delta wolf pup. And he's into painting his beard. Your facts like people have access to that information. I know that his wicky page says. 'cause i look so young those facts but he likes to dis beard. And that's like his whole thing. It's normal to assume. this dude is over forty. I know he looks terrible. Looks like shit could be the angle. Well could be the banana peel. And so he doesn't actually say that he doesn't but he definitely if you would have said like guess what he's he's forty forty three. I'd be like okay. sure. I believe that Hey guys i am looking for justin bieber's number. Can you find it for me. Please do you have it. Yeah you can give it to him posted or are we just message him. Just could call me in. My cousin got a warrant for p p p fraud. She faked a panic attack when they came to pick her up. This beach gone. Knock herself out. Is that while. That's a really crazy story. That i don't believe my cousin. Got a warrant for ppp fraud and then faked a panic attack. When they and then. I don't know just a lot From buying this what possible story. I mean what would. I don't know you could just be seeing that. That play out. And then yeah. That's an interesting take. She constructed a whole story hanging out in the er and she knows her cousin has loose morals. And then he's like my cousin would do something like let's p p p that's up and that was the loan. The government loan program. Oh for during. Covid like the forgivable loan stuff. Have you been having issues with having a rude roommate. I'm in the same situation because she tuition air. Not being considerate. The same shed situation. They're not being considerate. This is like he's from nineteen fifty three. I did not thought you step back in time for the stock. You like his haircut really. Everything's cool but isn't it interesting that a normal haircut would just straighten all this out The haircut definitely lends itself to looking forrest. Gump he you know they're kind of everything like who's that guy that owns the team and he's got the bull the bull and he goes and he does five hundred miles. Horrible raiders owner. Marc davis mark davis areas. Now do you think he knows it looks terrible. This he does it because it's his thing he does it because people keep telling him it sucks and he's fuck you it's like it's like the drinking and doing drugs to get back at your parents. So he's like fuck you. I'm gonna keep getting the stupid haircut like. Yeah but you look stupid. It looks really stupid. Of course he does and if he just got a normal haircut he looked so much. Better of course doesn't care haircut can just make or break you. Is that his lady. Please don't tell me that this woman. It is so gross. That is so superficial gross. Are you serious. Oh my god my god. She's gorgeous girls are so gross and he's worth five hundred million or something. He thinks she likes has scrum. And gets the ball on the shaft part of this change. she has to be like babe babe the hair. Oh yeah of course he. Please just cut your hair normal. of course. oh my god. She is stunning. You make it bigger. She a model. She must be great hair to. She's got great hair. That's the irony of everything. She knows where to get her hair done. She sharing that info with him. Oh my god look at this guy with haircut. Yup looking all crazy looks terrible. Terrible all right. Here's another Talk ready yeah. I'll thank from the salty sea salty. You're not supposed to drink from the salty sea ray. You're not supposed to know there's a supposed to drink ocean water period correct correct. Do you think it made him look like that. All right. let's go to the next one. Good day everybody. I hope everybody's having a great day today take care you say love. Y'all take care now. This one is so thought provoking on my god. My dad's watch. How do we have the president of the cool guy club over here us.