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Pivetta tosses 2-hitter to lead Red Sox past Astros 5-1

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 6 d ago

Pivetta tosses 2-hitter to lead Red Sox past Astros 5-1

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Judge homers twice as Yankees edge Orioles 5-4

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last week

Judge homers twice as Yankees edge Orioles 5-4

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Story, Bogaerts homer to help Red Sox beat Astros 6-3

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last week

Story, Bogaerts homer to help Red Sox beat Astros 6-3

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Pens chase Shesterkin again, topple Rangers 7-2 for 3-1 lead

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 weeks ago

Pens chase Shesterkin again, topple Rangers 7-2 for 3-1 lead

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Ex-Oklahoma officers charged in fatal shooting of Black man

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 2 weeks ago

Ex-Oklahoma officers charged in fatal shooting of Black man

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Adam Duvall gets key hit as Braves beat Mets 9-2

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 weeks ago

Adam Duvall gets key hit as Braves beat Mets 9-2

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Dolly Parton, Eminem, Richie get into Rock Hall of Fame

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 3 weeks ago

Dolly Parton, Eminem, Richie get into Rock Hall of Fame

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Can Mask Wearing Expose Your Politics?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:51 sec | 3 weeks ago

Can Mask Wearing Expose Your Politics?

"The last hour about my trip. Four fifths of the people of the plane came on masked, Chicago LA, a little bit next to me was not she had the same view of mask wearing in a plane as I did. I immediately assumed she was conservative. It turned out to be right, even though she was female, young, and Hispanic. Great question, though. Why do you assume politics? I discussed that. Why do you assume certain political views, if you know their views on masks? That would be a fun topic to discuss with a liberal. Leftists don't debate. Sometimes liberals do. Like

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Update on the latest sports

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Springer homers twice vs former team, Jays beat Astros 2-1

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 3 weeks ago

Springer homers twice vs former team, Jays beat Astros 2-1

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Defense 1st, then offense at top of NFL draft, no early QBs

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 3 weeks ago

Defense 1st, then offense at top of NFL draft, no early QBs

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Judge leads surging Yankees past sloppy Orioles 10-5

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 weeks ago

Judge leads surging Yankees past sloppy Orioles 10-5

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Ebola case confirmed in Congo's west Equateur province

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

Ebola case confirmed in Congo's west Equateur province

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Mejia homers, doubles: Rays rip Cubs 8-2 in shortened game

AP News Radio

00:27 sec | Last month

Mejia homers, doubles: Rays rip Cubs 8-2 in shortened game

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Fried, Jansen mow down Dodgers as Braves stop LA streak, 3-1

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00:29 sec | Last month

Fried, Jansen mow down Dodgers as Braves stop LA streak, 3-1

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Getting to Know Gerald Ford, the 38th President of the United States

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:41 min | Last month

Getting to Know Gerald Ford, the 38th President of the United States

"Let's dig in. This was a speech that was given by Gerald Ford president of the United States in 1977. It was January. It was his State of the Union, and I think he went ahead and took it to the State of the Union because Gerald Ford has an interesting perspective of being the only person ever to serve as president. And vice president, both, and never be elected to those offices. He was a member of the House of Representatives when Spiro Agnew resigned from the vice president. He was appointed by Richard Nixon to become vice president after Richard Nixon resigned. He taking again through the Twenty-fifth Amendment became president of the United States. So he serves as the only person to have ever served as president of this country without actually being elected. We've had some who have ascended to those roles, but if they actually served, if they serve later, they were actually president, but this was one in which he was actually appointed to the vice president's role, not elected to that vice president's role. So in moving up, it makes it makes an interesting anomaly in history. But it also sort of fits one Gerald Ford. If you look into his background, you look into where he came from. He's a midwesterner, raised in mission, Grand Rapids, went to school at the University of Michigan, played football there was a star football player. In fact, one two national titles there undefeated football teams at the University of Michigan after that went to Yale law school and then served in the United States Navy during World War II came out and began his service in the United States House where he served over 25 years before he was picked to be vice president and president.

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Polanco HR, 4 RBIs; Twins beat Red Sox 8-3 on Patriots' Day

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00:42 sec | Last month

Polanco HR, 4 RBIs; Twins beat Red Sox 8-3 on Patriots' Day

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Missiles cause multiple blasts in western Ukrainian's Lviv

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00:45 sec | Last month

Missiles cause multiple blasts in western Ukrainian's Lviv

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The Fifth Column

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"fifth" Discussed on The Fifth Column

"Supermarkets and say everything's fine. You basically calling every journalist out there liar. CNN is really just depressing. Reporting on hospitals on empty empty. Supermarkets. I mean, Mark Weiss brought said the clap boxes, which is the thing that you get from the government, which never comes when it comes by the way and see idea that he's like, oh, they're feeding more people. That's not a good thing. Mark. It's a bad thing. When there were six million, clap boxes, another seven point five, and they don't come very much. They last about a week. It's a family cannot exist on these things. So, you know, it's interesting to watch these people say, oh, there's food, and they're lying then your times has done. Great reporting on this. The guardian is going great reporting on his CNN is done really like heart-wrenching stuff on this BBC's done incredible work on this stuff of bringing cameras furtively into hospitals into pharmacies and into into places where where you're supposed to buy food, but you know, plays an ultimate which is like we're rich people live or country to place in in Caracas called country clubs, and then within the neighborhood places like that, you're gonna find you know, I mean, but it's about the first big shopping mall during the oil, boom in the seventies is enormous place. I've been in its. It's where people used to go to have nights out because it's the only place with safe that had guards places murders. I mean, twenty twenty twenty five thousand murders a year and a country of three hundred thirty thousand people I mean, thirty million people, whereas we have fourteen thousand murders a year, we were three hundred thirty million people. I mean, we're getting us by ten times. So my big issue with these people is it a lot of it comes down to this idea of this is a democratic regime. There was a democratic election and he won. Well, that's not true. But if we go to the previous elections, those are democratic to let me ask you a simple question..

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The Fifth Column

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"fifth" Discussed on The Fifth Column

"But in a recent interview because he did the bad twenty-five documentary or something like that. He said the narrative has been hijacked and in this documentary. I'm trying to bring it back to the music that genius. The real legacy of Michael Jackson. I just never really addressed it the very worst part of the documentary for me and the point at which I had to stop at the stop at twice the first time was the fifth or sixth time that he was performing bad on stage. And you just kept hearing these lyrics over and over again who's bad. Wanting you the filmmaker is taunting you he's bad bad really getting the get it. He's bad. He's bad. And he did the thing and you asked who's bad, and I know who's bad now. And it's you you were the one who was bad the second time I had to stop. It was when they were doing the graphic description of what happened to them which was just like a fucking gut punch. But so the question, honestly, I'm still sad. Do you play? Off the wall. Next time you have a party. This is the question. This is the question about cancel culture. Primacy switch gears a little bit here. I don't understand how this is supposed to work is it that everything in the overa- is unacceptable now. Or is it everything everything post allegation of misconduct and everything, but he hadn't done anything when he was with the jabar's five doesn't matter. He hadn't done anything radio. Gene was not his lover. There's some dispute about this. But radio radio to BBC is stop playing music entirely. They didn't say, oh, you know. Can we find out the first day never can say goodbye can't play that anymore? Can't find Woody. Allen's bananas on Netflix anymore. That's well before the I mean, yeah, euphemism. That's an actual. Well. The young the pretty young boys. Don't allow me to hear pretty young thing anymore. I mean, it's like literally been can't talk radio station. Young should be safe to. Yeah. Because this is before. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Maybe before well who knows who knows he could have paid people up any of these allegations. He's alligators did appear to be between thriller and bad that the change happened right around the time his haircuts thing, though, about all that I was that could mess you a lot of pain pills. Having a an Email conversation with a colleague who shall remain nameless. Talking about why is it that me too hadn't managed to cancel the entire nineteen seventies. Led zeppelin. She brought up David Bowie. And I said Moynihan has a different idea about that gallon in Texas, etc. But there is some truth to that like like pop rock music in the nineteen seventies is just nothing, but an absolute filth. Bucket of crazy stories involving prepubescent or Pugh Bessant girls, and like fish and hotel rooms, and it's just terrifyingly awful it through, you know, Rolling Stones at a billboard right in time square going through the black and blue Bill ward where like a women were tied up in there, actually like beaten up black and blue thing about almost famous was a movie about that, very culture. But it was in the style. Gic? It was. Sal, kate? Hudson supposed to be fifteen years ago ten years ago. There's no way that could come out now. So it's interesting that that hasn't into those talking with millennial ish, colleague and. And like trying to figure out why hasn't it happened? And one of my just making up on the fly kind of theories was that it's too much like this too much music..

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The Fifth Column

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"fifth" Discussed on The Fifth Column

"And so again, it's not to cast doubt on that as a as a sort of response to these things. But it's it's only to say that it is kind of seeping into everything is that well, he didn't call like you called his manager etcetera. And you just trying to figure this thing out on the cops think this way too. They're just trying to figure they're not thinking like, well, you know, there's people what happens to people when they get beaten up and a racist, homophobic attack. Is this the thing about that? Is that is all emotion in the same way that the Blasi four reactions are measuring because the people who had no numbers on those the not reading academic treatises on the way people react. It's just this wrote response now to say don't doubt because you don't know that there's a rational response this. I don't, but you don't either I think that if you think about it and guess, right? You would guess that the kind of number one category of things that you're going to report. Crimes about immediately is if a stranger bum rushes you in doesn't make terrible look some stranger stole my purse. Some stranger punch me in the face called me fact, whatever you're going to report that crime because it isn't your uncle it, isn't it? It's also selfish not too because there's people running around jacked up guys beating up black and gay people in Chicago. And you don't wanna tell the cops you're doing a great disservice to black people engaged in San right now. I know I'm going to kind of sandwich. It was what do you think? He got. He's got to tell you. Uppers should see. Just out just all throw into what Camille was saying on the means. But. Evidence Sherry standard that it's not just like some fuzzy, you know, court of public opinion, kind of thing it actually affected the way that sexual assault was judicata on campuses from around twenty what thirteen I guess is won the title nine changes happened under the Obama administration until Betsy DeVos rolled that back. I think last year or or pretty early in her tenure, but they they tangibly reduced the evidentiary standard for how these things are adjudicating, including whether you could present your own defense. Yeah. And these types of things so it's not just some fuzzy ephemeral. This is a big horn whiskey. Thank you. That was Camille or listener. Yeah. We should do the thanks in a minute. But anyway, societal attitudes eventually come around and become legal standards. Isn't is one of the reasons why we argue about these. Yeah. And I don't want to stay on this too much longer. But for anyone who didn't see I my response to this. That was this piece at media. I'd white vox contributors sneers at your lack CNN panelists and it has. Matt Matt mentioned earlier, you're an expert on hate crimes question. Mark. I I don't like this piece and not because of the snaring..

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The Fifth Column

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"fifth" Discussed on The Fifth Column

"We enjoy is the gift of people who are willing to be heretics all to speak in ways that you want supposed to speak, you know, going right by even before Lutheran fight. Although I think that's a key moment. But going back to the people before him who said, let's translate the bible into English. That was absolutely a child to please the ethical authority, and the, and it really was I mean, they were the ecclesiastical authorities want lying when they said it was, but the punishment of those people the tearing out of that tongues or the branding of that cheeks seems extra. It was Harry strange and an outrage, of course. But it speaks to how how have essential speech is the challenging Thouars in moving society onto another level. So when it comes to the Jones, I'm a huge fan of the regime's, the yellow vests, I know that they have taken direct forms of action. But I think he's entirely justifiable. And what the the French state has done to them is horrific. In fact, you know, at least ten of them have lost an eye because the French riot police are firing these things will flash bulls, which are meant to be aimed at people's legs to immobilize them. They're firing them at the level of people's heads. Eight people ten people have lost an eye. Some have lost limbs around according to liberal newspaper at least around eighty have had life changing injuries. So FRANZ is in the grip essentially of a civil war. No. Really wants to call it that. But that's what's happening. But I think this goes back to what I was saying about libertarianism earlier on I think it's I keep thinking about this. And I said this to Nick less be recently in a podcast interview. I've done with him for my PO cost. I think it's possible the Brexit voters and the Jones have achieved more in in two years in terms of denting technocracy, undermining the bureaucratic state challenge in political correctness making the case for the right of people to live freely and and happily without so much nose poking into the lives. I think it's possible that those Voss waves of people seventeen point four million in relation to Brexit. Hundreds of thousands in relation to the Sheila Jones revolt have done more to achieve those things than libertarian think. Tanks have in the years. So I'm really so one of the things I'm really into. Rested in at the moment. And this is not a domain libertarian. Some of my best friends libertarians libertarian Marxist. Not reminded us throw punches. I all the time..

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The Fifth Column

04:38 min | 3 years ago

"fifth" Discussed on The Fifth Column

"So, but it's. The antisemitism crisis in Europe is profound. I mean, for example, in places in Sweden, huge numbers of Jews all leaving Sweden and moving to Israel as is their right because of attacks on synagogues attacks on individuals. And of course, we had the deadly massacre in Paris the day off to the Charlie Hebdo massacre number of Jews have been killed in France, and in Belgium, and other places. So it's really horrendous. My view is the I I completely agree with you. I think criticism of Israel should be protected speech. I also think antisemitism should be free speech free speech extremists. Madonna should be any laws banning people from denying the holocaust as there are in European countries such as Germany and Australia, Switzerland. Yeah, I think being Armenian genocide. That's right. So that's coming. And and people are trying to push full the criminalization of the denial of the shrimp, Anita genocide says he's really on which would genuinely hamper historical debate. So a lot of that is happening. And I'm against all of that. At the same time. I'm very interested to discover why particularly on the European left. There is such there's this ugly visceral hostility to Israel, which very easily crosses the line into Silla to will Jewish people. We see that. Unfortunately, Jeremy go pins lightbulb, which has a very pronounced. Antisemitism problem is it from the head down because you see him pretty routinely accused of being an anti Semite in the American. Yeah. At the very least it, you know, the his associations with where he literally, you know, at public events in front of a microphone will say, we're introducing our friends from Hamas Hezbollah. Yes, you know, we we we're not big on guilt by association. But if you are calling HAMAs and Hezbollah your friends in their charter are certain, very, basic anti semitic sentiments are difficult to disassociate yourself with. Yes, I think I would not call Kobina nine two semi. But I do think he green lights it and sometimes in a stupid unwittingly. But I think this actually feeds into the broader discussion of identity politics. I think Jewish people not any neural seven the US a kind of cool in this kind of Pinson movement. And the identity -tarian set is really unsure what to make of Jews. They come decide if they are an oppressed people, and therefore that good or if they enjoy white privilege, and that will that evil in Connor shirt. And so you see this was some the with Asian people as well. Yeah. And you see this with the women's March the women's much as obsolete torn itself apart over how it relates to Jews. So you have some sections of the women's March who say, well, you know, they've got white privilege in that for that bad in Israel is obviously the worst nation that ever existed. So therefore, we have to be suspicious of these people then you have the other side saying, actually, they suffered the greatest depression in modern human history. And therefore, maybe they're on the good side. I think the antisemitism was saying emerging in Europe. But also in some US circles as well actually springs from the politics of identity because when you split people off so casually and also so fatally. Privileged groups or underprivileged groups into good people back people into a historical criminals or historical victims, then you create a game almost and everyone is just hoping against hope that they will be in the good group. They will be the underprivileged group that will be in the the nice group that will be in the victim group. And and the one people have suffered most from this pretty nasty indicative game of identification. Oppression Olympics all the Jews because people don't know where they go. So I think a lot of the antisemitism Europe actually springs from not necessarily the old far right politics. Have antisemitism all not entirely from the new Islamist, politics and semitism, but in large part from identity, politics, and it sectioning of sections of society into good and bad. And I ask a question, I suppose to to everyone. I mean, I the Israeli Palestinian conflict and. Israel in the context of US politics. More broadly is something that I'm I'm interested in and I pay attention to. But I try to stay I keep my distance a little bit because it's very easy to say the wrong thing, and I don't want to say the wrong thing..

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The Fifth Column

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"fifth" Discussed on The Fifth Column

"So it's the danger. I think of the kind of crushing illiberal climate. We find ourselves in which I do think some of this offense archaeology expresses in a in a particular way. Although I've done disagree that people should own up fess up to the crap they said in the past and say. That was the past. Now, let me go on. Thank you very much. But I think the downs th the the devastating impact of that climate is the equates what some European sociologists whose name I forget now described as a spiral of silence. So people just kind of descend into the spiral of silence and keep more and more of their opinions to themselves because they know that if they went to express them in public it could they could trip up or in the territory of wisdom as mill refer to us. So I do think it has a very powerful. This whole climate has a very palpable impact. Not only on people's fading that they can say certain things, but also on the daring nitro society itself, the progressive nature society. Progressive means something different in the UK. It means in America. I mean, the the willingness of society to move forward to become more liberal to become more open. All those things a home d- if you indicate to daring thinkers, they had better watch themselves. I think there's a connection between what you. Just said, and the reason the reason I knew you were in town this week. So could you talk a little bit about the event that you guys had and guess what that was all about? So I mean, the Fatu things really I I was liberty comb in Washington DC talking with nNcholas be from reason about freedom and and risky thinking and so on and then the more important event, I'm sorry to say this. But I would because I'm from spike. The more important event is spiked organized an event in New York at the New York law school a couple of days ago on and it was about hate speech man, we had nineteen Strossen who formed the president of the ACLU one of my heroes and pull Cullman from the the alliance defending freedom, which is a more religiously inclined libertarian organization, and may and the three of us were talking about the rise of hate speech legislation in Europe, and the rise of the hate speech. I did in the US and how we. Inc has increasingly become a way to control. Not simply what we can all agree is hateful speech, racist speech, oil, holocaust, denial, whatever else. But simply on fashionable Marlon opinions traditionalist religious opinions and so on so one of the points. I made at the discussion is the I I don't use the time hate speech anymore. I think it's lost entirely lost his legitimacy. I think hate speech in my mind now just means full crime. And if you look at the European context where we've had in Sweden. A pastor was given a suspended prison sentence for describing homosexuality as a Chuma on society, we've seen an Australian woman who was arrested and convicted and fined for describing Muhammed as a paedophile we've seen people in the United Kingdom being arrested for posting. Gangsta rap lyrics on the Instagram pages, all of those I would argue legitimate forms of expression. Russian. Whether I agree with them on not they are often expressions that come from a deeply held moral conviction. And they are now being collapsed under the title of hate speech and are being punished in the courts, all in the court of public opinion. So I think so what we were trying to get at in this event, and it was an incredibly lively event, fantastic audience discussion was the nonsense of the idea of hate speech and the way in which that is now I think is becoming increasingly clear that that's just an ideological invention that is used to demonize and punish opinions that mainstream society doesn't like have you seen a a correlation at dove tailing a relationship between the increase in that, and I presume it's an increase recently in Europe, and the kind of populist uprising all over the continents like do these do these things have a relationship where people using hate speech to. Try to make the populace go away is the populism in your view at least partially a response to the betters telling people what they're allowed to express. Yeah. Absolutely. I think for years and years for decades. In fact, Europe has had a culture of Yukon say that there are certain things you can't say you can't criticize his Lomb too harshly..

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The Fifth Column

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"fifth" Discussed on The Fifth Column

"He was recently brought on board by Theresa May's government to advise on housing, and and the countryside and building you buildings because he's very much into the beauty of aesthetics, and so on and people went offense digging instantly, they found al-dawle tickles of his in which he said things like, you know, gay sex is is is a strange little gay marriage is wrong, or whatever it melts in my bane. Overviews you could take up on there in terms. But what was happening is that those things that he expressed ten or fifteen or twenty years ago were being used against the idea that he should hold this position in the hair. And now so there was a real element of it was. Very disingenuous and the militias attend intent was not on the part of scrutiny who who had actually in the past expressed views. He simply thought with true, it was on the part of his critics who couldn't confront him on the role that he was currently playing planning government. But rather were trying to shame him through things. He'd said in the past. And I I think a similar thing is happening happening with on because of the views the hells now people on the right want to kind of take him down. And they've opted to do that by going through his university yearbook in the same way, the people on the left went through bright cavernous high school yearbook, and you just want to say leave the yearbooks alone. And I forget the books people to all sorts of crazy. She ju- pid infantile childish things in the books that is not relevant to the people. They all today, and we really should start. I think taking people on face value. While did they say, what do they believe? Now that the forty or fifty years old rather than when they were eighteen or twenty years. So. Well, just just quickly. Joy Reid is a name that we brought up a few times. And I know you've done her show a bunch mats. You're not required to to say anything about this. I'm not gonna say anything bad when joy Reid stuff broke. And she used the just completely ridiculous excuse that, you know, might have been Russian hackers. In fact, I believe that she has not yet apologized in any sort of way for I did this. I had those bad ideas. I've changed and I've grown. Instead. It was I don't think I ever wrote that and I would. And I don't recognize those words, those aren't my values. I wouldn't do that. That is how it's been left. I think it was like an ellipse. There was some amount of apology for previous views previous blog posts her name. So I think both joy, and and the governor of Jinya grummin grummin north north we're north north or chrome. I got my dad has I think that both of them are kind of awful for not just owning it and acknowledging it and saying I made a mistake, and I'm going to do better. Like the weird thing that's going on. Now, I suppose part of the dance is you're afraid for your life. And you're going to be destroyed if you play this the wrong way. But in both cases, I say for both people in matters. What they think? Now, it matters if they still hold those, bad ideas. I am happy as hell anytime. Anyone gives up their retrograde ideas to be a good human and do good and righteous things, and I don't share their politics. That's not what's leading me to say that. And I just think it's important for us to to to be willing to extend model grace and reciprocity, and it's weird. I was having a conversation with friends we just got back from a friend's trip. We were hanging out in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Amish country or Quaker countries or difference between. It is Amish country. I know that there's a difference. We were staying in. How did he get into the which is part of was part of the underground railroad like part of the house. There's like a wall that's hollowed out. Where slaves were writing down inside of it..

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The Fifth Column

03:26 min | 3 years ago

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"Welcome back to another exciting installment of the fifth column podcast. This is your almost rhetorical assault on the news cycle, the people that make it any casually ourselves. I am from your foster. I do variously three think I'm delighted to be here. This is a very unusual for us weekend. Recording his Saturday afternoon. I am seated directly next to Matt Welsh whose the editor at large of reason magazine, Michael moynahan, national correspondent for vice news tonight which airs on HBO, and he is not here. He was supposed to be a fire and he canceled on us like five minutes before we got going here. I mean, literally five minutes. So we could fire him for this. To do something about it. But here trustee reliable steadfast politics editor at the week. No, no, no one's row that I knew that you do this to humiliate it. This is like Trump's broken. He broke up with her. No politics editor at insider in cider Anthony Fisher, here, gravelly voice, sultry, baritone gentleman. How the hell are you? I'm just wondering trying to remember if I can moon-walker dot, and whether that's gonna come into play have you? Community you for moonwalk. No, that's racist. It's racist suggest that it's possible. I certainly can't moonwalk tried. You never like gave it. I I do sing and dance. Different questions. But I thought that's what you were doing. Now. It's felt that way. There's a press conference that we're gonna talk about. Okay. Well, maybe what I should do is introduce our guests because we do have a guess spread. The no Neal is the editor in chief of spiked that's spiked online. Is it spiked magazine? I just call it, spike. Some people call it spicy spiked and spiked magazine. Yeah. It started off like fifteen years ago that went online with the thing that people even long is like eight it was the first online only magazine in the United Kingdom is that. Right. Very at least the first libertarian Marxist online. And also the very most. That's correct. You're the second person to join us from spiked. But it's it's wonderful that we finally got you here. I suppose we should start by forcing you to answer the question. What the hell is a libertarian Marxist. What does that mean? The million dollar question is funny because. If you'd asked me that six months ago, I would just rattled out the answer. I've always rattled out. Which is it's completely not a contradiction in terms to be a libertarian and a us because if you read Marx and Engels early were I'm with Marx and Engels, I'm like people are with rock bands. I prefer the early early stuff. It was major lay before they signed to the Niger horrible labels. I it was all very very liberal stuff. You know, they wanted people to be free to have more choice to they call Marx's writings on press freedom in the eighteen forties. Are the best things you will ever read on press freedom. So don't think there's a contradiction in terms. However, the thing is different now than it would have been to six months ago is the I'm increasingly gone off the word libertarian. I'm saying this sitting opposite, a very brilliant libertarian Matt Welsh, but I mispronounced Camille foster going. Not a cross for me. I'm not across from him. Anyways..

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The Fifth Column

03:58 min | 3 years ago

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"I don't know what the hell's going on there. But this when does it end Jesse single has a good phrase about this that he Marchesi God, which is feel bad liberalism. Yeah. And I think there's something to that. Like, there's there's no there's no positive end to this jesse's, not one. Of those guys like, Dave Rubin. Who like claims he's like a leftist a democrat or a liberal? He's like an actual liberal. Yeah. He's an actual liberal. And maybe has a view that's not in vogue on transgenderism or something because that's not even just bear. I mean, I actually don't disagree with most of the he was doing studies. He really he never really posited opinion of his own doing studies and people were telling him you shouldn't be looking into that. Yeah. Yeah. There's a real Stalinism. That's gripping certain people because I'll tell you what why not. And when I say, why not is it it works. Do you think that anyone is ever punished for saying that you Jesse single is a transphobic, we should try to mob, his employer and try, and and this is really happens by the way, and I've talked to people, and I think even Jesse about this of like their employers like they get overwhelmed by these people and sacred and boycott you and they get nervous. You can't blame them for getting nervous. Then. And then they stopped using them a little less successful at those in. So if everything that you do to silence somebody who has what you believe to be pernicious view, if what you do to do that, which is undemocratic and mob like and thuggish it always works. So my tip to people if you wanna shut somebody up. I I'll give you a perfect playbook to do it because it works every every single time. I mean, if somebody found something that, you know, Matt wrote or said on the fifth column and clipped it out and were MSNBC contributor or something. Maybe something that I didn't that. We played an infinite loop. Yeah. Good luck. Good luck. One thing. You didn't we we haven't even touched upon is that somebody was falsely accused of being in the maga- hats. He was named. Yeah. He was docked the family was harassed wedding brother's wedding. Yeah. Yeah. So like you were talking about Sean king a few weeks ago. Yeah. But but. We're not even talking about the collateral debt lake. We're talking we've kept it kind of narrow on the kids who actually were on at the Lincoln Memorial. We haven't even talked about the collateral damage that this universal outrage has directed at the wrong person. Yeah. And the schools closed today because of security and a little baby little snow, by the way, don't close for security. I mean, honestly, I'm really tired of this idea that like Jesse is a great example of this because I see this. I don't even know what he writes about. It's not an issue. I cover care about. And he's in he's accused routinely of getting people into these situations where he responds to them. And like they're getting threats threats threats everywhere. I mentioned this earlier somebody said that too, and I should have been more specific that I find this argument silly because no one ever shows the by the way, they say that they're starts. There's probably one person tweeted something, that's you, and everyone loves to sort of overdo it and say, oh, they're they're after me and there no real threats because I've heard this from journalists on haunt button issues for probably five years now, can you name one person that has been attacked and beaten up after they've been threatened on Twitter for tweet. I there's nobody literally nobody because it doesn't happen because it involves like when I was going to evergreen story. Evergreen the Brett Weinstein story for the vice show their day where the campus was shut down because there was a call like I'm gonna come to the campus and shoot all of you. And they sent. Three things in the call that I said to the person that we played play the Kaufman. And I said, well, this isn't true. That's obviously, not true. The person's talking about a gun that doesn't work the way the person talking about. So I wouldn't worry about. No. Yeah. I know shutdowns going to understand they arrested the guy I think in Florida and New Jersey just some fucking lunatic..

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The Fifth Column

04:27 min | 3 years ago

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"And it was like they gave some money to like the national down for democracy, and they spin entire books out of this. There's entire documentaries about it. Because of these very boring documents, imagine what happens if the boots hit the ground. Yeah there. I mean, this is the last time that's happened. As part of the world was what Grenada actually. Oh, Panama, Panama. That's eighty nine ninety Haiti. But that's yeah. Yeah. And that was like they just got off and got on their bellies after they got off the helicopter. You remember that they're lying on the tarmac during this? And there's like people like pushing. Haitians funding, magazines and Canada. Anyway, I wanted to ask a question about the Vietnam thing, and the your initial intuition that that might have been fraudulent you shared that with someone at your media organization and you shared it with me as well in my first comment to you was don't wait that the person at the major major media organization, who's a very well known person said Noah, I would I I think he thought I was right. And he said no way I'd do that no way. I'd mentioned I'm not gonna touch that. I just want to get somebody said, I'm not gonna touch. Retreat back to the to the point. I was making earlier about the direction of our missteps, the broader theme that we're discussing earlier about the things that we're likely to be curious about the points at which were likely to actually ask questions and investigate things as you were pointing out that the reason why someone would invest the time, or at least make it a point to mention his Vietnam service is to enhance the reputation and the perception of this person's reputation as someone who ought to be trusted and believed in our veteran, this the sort of person that we think for their service, and he's a native American he likes trees and such junk. Sorry. I suppose that's not a bad stereotype. No, right. So I stand by it damage native American trees, more than most people like the fact that the fact that what is that bad? In other words, don't keep sorry. But, but that's, but that's one side of it. But on the other side, the fact is that there are plenty of people at some of the most trusted media publications who do in fact have an inclination right now that inclination is definitely not in favor of this White House and definitely not in favor of the political movement. That's attached to it. And they're just unwilling to ask certain sorts of questions because what it might do to you reputational it. It's you know, you don't want to play the kind of switch sides kind of what aboutism too much in life. But okay. So what happens if those two people were just switch right that it was. The person that you didn't like it wasn't instead of a seventeen year old kid or whatever how old he is. Actually was stereotypical sixty five year old maga- hat, wearing guy who said he went was in a Vietnam style veterans or whatever he was saying about it. Do you think that there'd be a similar reticence to touch that story? No. I mean, we saw with Joe the plumber people were just like getting all up inside. It doesn't matter license. His name is Joe. License and this happens. Also, unlicensed plumbing, doesn't always cut so neatly politically remembered the woman who got shot by the Dallas cop. I think it was the cop shot and his own apartment complex was the woman in Baltimore female cop who went into the Oh, row. okay. I was in. So he shot the black gentlemen in his apartment suggested that he might have had drugs, and right, and they resume did sounds residue. But low recall, what was the reaction to that that next day story revulsion like you're obviously trying to smear the victim here is so that is the proper actual reaction to that. Because the main main event was was heinous in is inexcusable. No matter what happened. So I think that there's probably a double standard in who we are willing to dock so Barbara's supposed to crawl up up, and it's all politics. Yeah. It's it's a Cumulus point. Because he was talking about a person at a meeting major media organization didn't want to touch this. I didn't either I didn't want to tweet it because I mine was purely based on the fact that everyone on television not doing their digital diligence..

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The Fifth Column

02:17 min | 3 years ago

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"From the face if it's just ridiculous because it's the most monitored place in London. I would imagine in Paul Manafort ambling in there probably would have been noticed by somebody. And nobody else has come out to corroborate. That McClatchy karting has got some got some McClatchy did. No, McClatchy has a separate story that or a suite of stories that have not been corroborated about Michael cones visiting in Prague at the cell phone tower traffic, it's right intelligence services that have proven that. He was there that a cell phone was in Prague definitively difference like, wow, that's that's a huge. If true saw quite as huge as a Trump telling his lawyer to lie to congress, which is a pretty specific crime. But it's a huge if true, Ed, but no other places has out. There has confirmed that McClatchy McClatchy said it was a third hand source like at least Leopold and cormier saying we spoke to somebody who saw this stuff. But didn't they also have a disparity in the way that they characterized the what if they've seen the dock? Documents themselves or whether they talked to someone who had seen documents. I think I heard two different responses from them in the in the I think that was that's right. I mean, granted you're you're in the eye of the storm, it sucks, and you're probably going to contradict yourself these kind of things. But again, it's it's kind of like the way the political weird man's burden. When you stick your neck out? And I'm doing the thing that nobody else is doing then you have to be like five times as as as bulletproof. It's a it's where I was having a back and forth with somebody longtime kind of reader who was kind of busting my chops about this. Because when this story broke I pointed out because it is pointing it out and that Jason Leopold has very good reputation. And that this team has broken stories six months in advance that have turned out to be a what we think corroborated by other people, you're at Trump Tower meetings and things like that. And like I now look at you. And I'm like, you know, what that's actually part of media literacy. Yeah. Like if someone comes out like if McClatchy comes out with another Michael Cohen, prog story part of media, low literacy is is to say, yes, they've had other ones. They looked pretty impressive. And they didn't get go karate. And the reason that if this was published by gateway pundit, we wouldn't be talking about is because they have a kind of a low batting average and Jason and the team over at BuzzFeed have a pretty high batting average and a lot of this stuff..

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The Fifth Column

02:38 min | 3 years ago

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"So since you can punch toe to toe with most of that and drop at least a Nazi books on him as the California stuff. I don't know but water issues, and I just don't count. So I don't think he doesn't really he did it air on Huffington. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Michael. Spach both single at the same time. It's fun the loved ones. So there are some things going on in the news cycle. I think we recorded last week Thursday with Brian Stelter from C N N's reliable sources, I thought that was a very good conversation thought it was interesting with one hand it was and also very timely surprise date conversation, by the way. Yeah. We haven't mixed and now we're sober. I mean, we have we're going to have a couple of couple of sober ones. Around still exciting fine Allergy? g. But what's interesting is as we were having that conversation. There was news being broken. The the world was being turned upside down because there was a breaking story from the good folks at BuzzFeed the investigative team there who we talked about in a prior conversation with Ben Smith moved on a lot of deep investigative reporting on the Trump Tower Moscow project, and this particular case, they were making a claim in their reporting that Donald Trump had instructed his then lawyer his personal turning to Michael Cohen who was working this Trump Tower Moscow deal on his behalf that Trump had instructed him to lie to congress that they had this information which was provided to them by two different sources who were involved in the investigation of the Trump Tower Moscow project and four about twenty four hours or perhaps a little less than that. That was the only thing anyone could talk about the other shoes dropped this is the thing. This is. Huge deal. If true the biggest issue join through undermine Trump completely reporters, I will say before. 'cause I wasn't here. I don't think the previous one is a dear friend of mine. Jason Leopold Jason a lot. And he is a very good report. I don't know if this is it hasn't been bullshit yet. Right. It doesn't seem like it's true. And and the special counsel's office came out with the statement, which they rarely do. So people all of a sudden trust the FBI. Guy. And so is true. I mean, Jesus it's very far from the Pera lacks view. Isn't it the paranoid seventies or gone, and everyone's embracing, but I'll just say that also that I was really upset by one thing in particular is that Jason might have gotten this wrong. I I don't know. And it could be a million reasons for somebody getting story wrong. I thought it was a.

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The Fifth Column

03:13 min | 3 years ago

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"I mean talk about chilling effect on speech that's remarkable that isn't currently happening under the current regime. It could happen because all of the same laws are still on the books, but the future proofing ourselves in a way guarding against things that we can actually guard against at least being aware of some of those dangers seems terribly important to me it's kind of like to keep it in the media around the broadcasting board of governors is the old name for the US is public media firts in other countries voice, America excetera, this big pot of money that gets spent to produce media around the world by the US government, and among liberals and Trump critics there's been a lot of concern about Trump turning it and making it very Trumpy. And there's been a couple of weird incidents weird moments not a lot. But if you weird things the folks that have that fear need to channel remember that feeling two or four six hundred eight years from now and remember that concern that they had then so that when a democratic president comes to power, and they want to expand public media there. I remember that fear. Can you can you? You point to one or two of the weird examples it wasn't there. Something recently was Soros where one of the maybe was radio Martinez was I'm not it wasn't. It was one of these other outlets of the government funded. US media was was villain. Ising? Demonising soros. And it seemed not a place seemed odd seemed kind of Trumpy. And there was I think an internal sanction on the journalists who had who had done that actually again. It's another example of selfie later. You're right. It was it was a radio and television, Marti and. On jeopardy. Well, it apparently described George Soros as quote, a non practicing Jew of flexible morals, and a left-wing billionaire of Hungarian, Jewish origin. Now, the latter part is actual, but it's an interesting thing to note to note. Right. So I've got to ask you one thing because I want to let you go soon because you do have to work on your newsletter. But if Matt Welsh knew that you were in the room, and I didn't ask you about this. He would assault me and punched me in the head. And you knew that it was possible that you could be asked this and you came in. I was disappointed that Matt here. I even asked this isn't a Gotcha question. I was this appointment wasn't here. Because Matt's been writing about CNN hiring John casick right potential, and he's not thrilled eventual candidate. Brian Stelter came in here guns blazing. You know, something about because in in previous eras other networks have hired potential presidential candidates, and you've written about this. So what do you what do you make of your new colleague John casick joining the ranks of CNN and being there just to, you know, call balls and strikes. And that's always does it. Well, he's always going to do, you know, take us up way back. I I was talking about. How TV news is change has a phone and how as a result. These channels are are different. They have to be different. And they have to be more like rolling talk shows and have a rolling talk show about the news. Well, obviously, you need news coverage any reporters..

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The Fifth Column

04:02 min | 3 years ago

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"If it's democrat or Republican who doesn't matter cover the crime, and that's what the times is doing to L. It's outlets are doing I know that it'll be taken on a context. At least we'll be take the bigger point anything about the New York Times is that they have found this path and hopefully others will too. I would be willing to pay a little more than I pay now for subscriptions desert news outlets me to provide. But I also know that I hit a lot of pay walls, and I don't pay yet. Sure. So there's that frictions that I still experience. There are still those choices I'm making about whether to pay when not to pay, and that's a to me a big part of my beat. Now is that what is that future? What are you gonna pay for what he and not going to pay for? How can we make it super easy to pay? Because aren't we in this situation? Now where we have the opportunity to be better informed than ever before. As voters citizens consumers of whatever our hobbies are. We also have the ability to be more ignorant than ever before we meet the extremes. There are these extremes. I mean, I think about my brothers younger than me. They are obey are enabled thanks to their phones to no more than anything ever before. In this three of. Civilization. And that's on them like the pressures on them more than it was ten or twenty years ago to go out and find the information and find out if it's accurate and figure out if it's reliable we expect so much more out of the audience sort of now because you have to go out and find a lot of it. You have to you have to go out and seek the best quality information gotten allies of scrolling through Facebook, you're going to see a lot of the other kinds. There's a big thing about rejecting this notice. Mainstream media is afraid to kind of hate. But. Sure. But in in the sense that anything that is mainstream media is inherently corrupted because they're the gatekeepers and they're subscribing to the conventional wisdom, and there's a lot of different audiences coalescing around the internet that are just basically define themselves in opposition to that. Right. Right. I think is elite media what Bernie would call on the trail corporate media. It's like, Bernie, I got a hole in my shoe. But then again, I'm also not claiming not to be well off I live in New York City. I mean, I think it's important for folks in newsrooms to be very aware of what they're bringing to that table. You mentioned Maryland earlier. I'm glad I went to a state school. You know, because I know a lot of my colleagues went to fancier schools being able to to know that and be able to bring different talents like that bringing different backgrounds is super valuable, and we need to fight against the homogeneous that sometimes can happen in newsrooms anyway. Sorry for no. I think that's a great point. I mean, the thing that I'm wondering about two things that you said the first being this this notion of this being having the opportunity be more ignorant than ever before the too harsh. Oh, well, what I wonder about is just romanticizing the past a little bit. Well, because there's a sense there's a sense. In which I mean, there's always been a deficit of understanding when it comes to voters and sort of sophisticated challenging complicated policy issues and one of the one of the easier to lock yourself in a prison of your own making, Alex when the Apollo missions happened fifty years ago this year, you could watch them on several different channels. But you didn't have the option of watching a YouTube channel to tell. You was a hoax, but that doesn't mean hoax stuff didn't spread it did. Yeah. But it was it's a lot easier. Not a lock yourself in a prison of your own making this echo chamber, where you you wanna be there so much easier now to do that. I think that may be true. I mean, I think with JFK assassination those good example from sort of time period where plenty of Americans rejected the official narrative, despite the fact that there were sanctioned official right only the major networks could talk about this. And almost no one else. Could. I mean, we got me Oswald handing out leaflets on the on the street corner..

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The Fifth Column

03:57 min | 3 years ago

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"It seems to me that we've slipped not slipped. I think I think it's kind of a positive thing shifted more towards a British model in the sense that everybody knows in England that you bought the telegraph. It's a right wing day for the times and sort of center, right? The guardians left. We know these categories and then going, but it's it seems now that nobody's attacking Fox News anymore for not being, you know, a straight news source. They know it's a right wing thing. They're fine with it. They just object to the stupid chirons and the dumb stories in the offensive things that they do. But it does the other weird thing though, is CNN does get it in CNN gets it. Now, we know that MSNBC is is sort of left to center. Fox's right of center. CNN is supposed to be straight down the middle. And now they're in resistance mode in an offends us. I don't know why there's a sort of seems like there's a sort of special categorization CNN, but I don't mind this so much, but it seems like people are kind of okay with these outlets being partisan in. It's just that. They don't like the truck board stuff of Glenn Beck. And now the chalkboard stuff on MSNBC about connections to sort of random Russians. I mean, are we at a place now that that we are accepting more accepting a partisan metoo in American. We don't say has to be unbiased and has to be down the middle, and you has to be sort of like, I know the New York Times newspaper is I think more of their biases and story selection. But you know, they try to play it down the middle television news less so and I'm okay with Ryan. And before you answer, I want to be sure to pull something out of your hand. Because it sounded like you were saying that CNN is in resistance that was the quote. Yes, let's drill down on that. So No, no, no. no. I don't I don't say that myself. I just see that in a very in. It's a very common argument don't complain about MSNBC because they know they're left wing, and they don't complain about FOX know the right way, not saying holy cow. These guys are like, you know, sort of slobbering over Republicans. We get that with FOX. I have seen it quite a bit though was CNN that people say they're in resistance mode. Now, they used to be straight down the middle. And they're not think CNN is resisting line where at CNN is resisting resisting indecency, and that is is personally, I'm obviously in favor of that. But that's also different than resisting Trump now. I making you're you're saying what is it common argument? Others make but yeah, it's not my argument. I would I would just make that distinction. What I think is really interesting about CNN in the past two years is there's been this attempt to more explicitly stand up for facts and truthful information and decency indecency is different from. Truth. Rightly decency is not not using sick. And racists slurred as as nicknames. It's wishing the president would spell words. Right. Like wanting kind of traditions indecency in the country. And I liked that CNN stand up for those values, but mostly Santa for facts. And accuracy, I think what's most important is that in ten or twenty years we're still doing this regardless of who's in power. That's the most important thing if we stopped doing that then we fail. Yeah. It's going to interesting to you see a Chiron or headline about Trump says this in there's nothing to back it up. There's no facts to support this. And it's in the Chiron. It's in the headline. Do you suspect? I mean, look, I we should all acknowledge that he is uniquely horrible on this point. I mean, the guy just makes things uniquely prolific is probably the phrase. I do do you suspect that that's going to stay as a habit of CNN as the New York Times is NPR. If the next administration is a comma Harris administration in. She's kind of bullshitting on an issue. I fully expect that there will be some instances of false equivalence where the next democrat president will actually be held to a higher higher. Standard thing. We all know that Trump is graded on a curve that any of us would have loved to be graded on in college..

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The Fifth Column

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"fifth" Discussed on The Fifth Column

"Like, the the greatest libertarian gains, and that's a twenty five year thirty year project, so you work outside of electoral politics, gay marriage. Acceptance and acceptance of gay lifestyles that is like Ellen is responsible for that. She's actually getting dragged this because she interviewed Kevin Hart was sympathetic towards him. Then she's not she's not sufficiently my God twenty years ago. She was going to commit suicide career wise because she came out as gay gay, which one is quick intervention. There is. Has anyone's question has she backed down from what she said in defensive Kevin Hart. I haven't closely, but I I feel like I would have seen it. How have? Yeah. By the way, Alan's fucking bad ass, then because everybody else situations usually capitulates, which is such an she is such an institution at this point could stand up. It's the same thing as Dave Chapelle when he comes out and does fucking trans jokes. Or does whatever he wants to do is that he has fuck you money because he did four specials for Netflix for sixty five million dollars. So good in. I'll tell you what in America these days to say, what you want to say, you have to have millions of it sounds like a fucking Marxist point that I'm making is that to say what you want to say you have to have millions of dollars when someone said that to me in the nineteen nineties. It was a Ralph Nader supporter. Now, it's a person who is like skeptical of the social Justice types. Now, it's it's yeah. It's clearly in these people is that to say what I want to say, I don't have the ability to say what I say, I say something tonight. And I say fuck we should dial that back to. Why not because I'm afraid of the thing is sober separate debate the point. But I'm I'm afraid. My job in the thing is is that too generous can defend Kevin Hart because Kevin Hart is not a homophobe. I don't believe us. Did if somebody thinks that guy hates gay people come at us and Julia Reed Jovi joy Reid is still a TV Jackie made amends for making homophobic comments cheap. She made g made it when she fucking allied people said, you're right. You're right. Wishing is that piece of shit. He just doesn't she? She's sorta kinda fast admitted to some of them. And then claims some of them were hacked, it really wasn't fucking down. That you had. She got away with it. As is the short version enough. The point the macro point, though is that she still is totally in good standard. Sure. Like, she has the right politics because someone else kept Kevin Hart has no pilots someone else on wheel. Actually, this isn't. This isn't true. He doesn't have he doesn't have Trump politics is the same as having. Zoom. I would I would say so by default to the extent that you're not Konya west than you're a black, man. But it's no default presume to have left wing politics. Unless you say, why hasn't advocated for any politics that I mean, let let me tell you these right? Let me tell you if he had a maga- hat if he had not beginning away with it. No. Yeah. But we use the point of pivot to the race Paul. That's that's exactly what I was going to do. Go ahead. No, this is a total total calamity tremendous fucking disaster. Let me let me try to get some serious for a moment because this is very serious here. He goes jasmine Barnes, the seven year old young lady in Texas who was tragically and horrifically murdered in front of her mother in not a drive by shooting in the beginning appeared to be some sort of insane road rage incident a road rage incident, which immediately became the latest racial watershed her parents and various activists were convinced that this was another example of resurgent, white racism, a white man was said to have driven up beside the car and mercilessly shot at it and killed this little girl and wounded her mom who was in the hospital, and you can see these videos up mother in actually every single time. I thought about it. It was impossible to look at this and not think about my own daughter and we all have daughters. It was tragic, and it was a circle. Mm stance that became immediately political. This instance, of obvious white racism, the presumption that that is precisely what was going to be found out and the bizarre turn when two black guys turn out to be.

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"fifth" Discussed on The Fifth Column

The Fifth Column

04:13 min | 3 years ago

"fifth" Discussed on The Fifth Column

"Double down that dig it to McDonald's cheeseburgers too because there was open, and I was drunk. I don't know that yet. Stereotype, I'm not touching any of this. He was by the way, it was innocent as a pub quiz grabbed McDonald's. Mcdonalds yet one whole category was that David Bowie. So it was wrong. Ringer. Yeah. Yeah. I cleaned up. Happy birthday dead space right in today's yesterday yesterday. Okay. Yeah. Bursary is tomorrow. Yeah. It's right next to each other. Yeah, that's bad. That really just brought because you get you get one more. You get hurt. They remember whenever we look three years ago. My cannot Pinson lemme everybody. Now, let me I saw that one coming. Did you get draped in the swastika flag as I think he was buried in Panzer. Drove into the side of the Hollywood hills as a great documentary, by the way, called lemme it is great. It has a great portion that called Lemmy from Motorhead. Well, that was the conversation. We used to have somebody else was always let me for Motorhead as if there was another limit. But, but yeah, there's a hole in it where he's talking about his Nazi memorabilia collection, and he goes out into one that he has actually had a tank, and he's like firing it a little tiny apartment just off of Sunset Boulevard, that's filled with Nazi stuffing is nice. Yeah. And I'll tell you what it shows in one sense that you can be you can collect stuff and not being Nazi cause. Levy is not an he's just a moron mild. I saw lemme. And Matt you'll appreciate this as an LA person at what's it called the rainbow chamber room, of course, in every I went in there twice them both times he was playing video poker and drinking a Jack and coke at the end of the thing. And I also saw the second time. I was in there. I saw. The fast Eddie Clarke or the drummer who were the white cowboy boots, and he was in there too. And it was just to all these old English guys now as fly, LA LA. So by the way, here's the thing. We should do a live show in LA. I agree. Ladies do that. Right. Yeah. We should people send us emails and tell us if you'll come because we don't want to go. Now, I don't need them to do that. Here from if honest about this send us your emails of where we should have show. Yeah. DC make a lot of sense DC makes a lot of sense. But I wanted like LA. Great great. Yeah. It'd be fun. 'cause you're in LA guy. You can we can we can have all of your friends like Tony. And all these dudes that aren't we should get your dad. Yeah. Tony Pierce, and what's his name? Who does the little California journal the crazy guy used to work for Gawker Ken lane? Oh my God. Yeah. Ken lane onto kick you stab? Yeah. Is great. Yeah. Somebody's gonna fucking plan. These things. Yeah. I wonder who do that. Who the hell would get around to doing something like that, by the way, just come together on its own? Where's the cash? Yeah. Exactly. He says. And then we got a full house down here at the comedy insured did nickel a huge profit. Yeah. I'm like Harrison. Slanting party off lights. For my new off whites millimeter only song. So we get into the ship's because there are there are things transpiring. Apparently, we're all supposed to be very very concerned about the government shutdown which is entering its nineteenth day, which is very close to becoming the longest government shutdown in the history of the United States government shutdown which is the New York Times explained to me today is likely to cost Americans more than having just kept the government open because all of the employee's will still get their money when they go back to work. The government has to pay interest on all of the payments that are delayed but going to be a total shit show. In fact, we might shish all it a crisis. He's not a crisis. But also, the FAA employees, for instance, are being instructed on how to file for unemployment benefits beyond. Just fact, they're still working. So I don't think that it's too difficult to think that this is actually costing money is not saving money. And by the way, it's it's also I know that there's some sort of libertarian instinct here of like don't pay these people, and we can kind of cut..

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