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Columbia Journalism Review: Media's Russiagate Lowered Credibility
"He once again gets vindicated as he does over and over and over again. This time by the progressive journalism magazine, congressional journalism review this is the story that the mainstream media will never ever touch as Michael shellenberger who were following on Twitter posted yesterday for years, people ridiculed Trump's claim that he was a victim of fake news about alleged collusion with Russia. Now, a major new investigation by a Pulitzer Prize winning former New York Times reporter in America's leading journalism magazine proves that he was. The Columbia journalism review four points four part series chapter and verse. Of how the media lied, how the mainstream media is rotten to the core in its level of corruption in trying to take Trump out with a phony Russian collusion narrative. Is a progressive magazine the Columbia journalism review. And Trump was right? Trump was right. The media's mishandling of Russia gate is not only responsible for a lot of damage that's been done to Donald Trump. But responsible for the declining trust in the media itself argues this Columbia journalism review series.
Faes scores 2 own goals as Liverpool beats Leicester 2-1
"Liverpool managed the two one win over Leicester without netting a goal. The red scoring came off the feet of Leicester defenseman Wout foss, about 6 and a half minutes apart late in the first half. Foss is the fourth player in Premier League history to score a pair of own goals in the same game. Liverpool fell behind when kiernan dewsbury hall took a pass from 50 yards out and split Andy Robertson and Virgil Van Dyke before beating Allison, but Liverpool earned its fourth straight win and pulled within two points of fourth place Tottenham. Lester remains four points clear of relegation. I'm Dave ferry.
Bergeron (2 goals, 2 assists) leads Bruins past Panthers 7-3
"Patrice bergeron collected four points in the bruins one for the 17th time in 19 home games by dumping the Panthers 7 three. Bergeron scored a pair of third period goals after the bruins saw four nothing lead trimmed to four to three. He also had two assists to help Lena oh Mark earned his tenth straight win. Omar finished with 37 saves. Brandon Carlo and Connor Clifton each had a goal and an assist and Brad marchand set up three scores. Carter vergy and Sam Reinhart each had a goal and an assist for the Panthers who lost for the fourth time in 6 games. I'm Dave ferry.
Embiid, Harden lead 76ers past short-handed Warriors
"76ers rallied in the second half for a one 18, one O 6 win over the warriors. Philadelphia took control in the third quarter as Joel and bay score four points during a 12 nothing run that gave the sixers the lead for good embiid had a game high 34 points. James Harden added 27 Jordan Poole added 29 for a Golden State.
Martha Zoller: The Early Voting Looks Good for Herschel Walker
"You would think that he would have done well in those red areas so that he could campaign in places like metro Atlanta and pick up some of those independent voters. If you look at the map by county, basically from I 20 south, he only ran two points behind Brian Kemp. From I 20 north, not counting the metro counties, but like when you get up into north Georgia in hall county in Dawson county and Cherokee county and union county and oconee county and Walton county, he ran like 6 points behind governor Kemp, all the rest of the counties up there he ran about four points behind. So he had a lot of work to do, but gosh, the early voting looks good, and then tomorrow they're predicting rain. So I don't know what that'll do to the turnout. But we'll just have to see. But I think we'll know fairly early how this is going to come out. Like 10 o'clock. So Martha, so people in those counties, they went and they voted for Brian Kemp, but are you saying they did not vote for rehearsal walker? Right. That's correct. Wow, any indication, I mean, has the campaign been given any indication why that is and what they need to fix that for this runoff? Well, there were roughly 200,000 voters that did not vote for Herschel Walker that voted for Brian Kemp. But the gap between walker and Warnock was only 35,000 votes. And you know, if I'm Rafael Warnock and I out my opponent four to one, and I only got 35,000 of those more, I would be unhappy about that. He knows that he's got an uphill battle both Warnock and walker. Polls are saying 52, 48, but ten years ago, we had three week runoff the last several. They've been 9 week runoffs. I don't think anybody knows what a four week runoff looks like Todd. So what I'm saying is get out the vote. It's in your polling place that you have to vote. It's not where the early voting was. Get out and vote. Don't assume your neighbor is going to do it. Get out and vote and bring your Friends and neighbors with you.
Crosby, Malkin score as Penguins beat Blackhawks 5-3
"Sidney Crosby had his second four point game in less than a week to carry the penguins past the Blackhawks 5 three Crosby snapped a three three tie with his tenth goal of the season scoring with three 14 remaining He also had three assists Evgeny malkin scored in his 1000th NHL game I feel like it's like yesterday afternoon my test game and tonight is possible again and just like crazy how fast it's time to play around it Ricard Raquel had a goal on an assist and Brock mcginn also scored for the pens Philip kuros chef tied it in the final period before Chicago suffered its fourth straight loss I'm
Crosby has 2 goals, 2 assists in Penguins' 6-4 win over Wild
"Sidney Crosby had a season high four point night in the penguin 6 four win at Minnesota Crosby had two goals and two assists setting up Chris letang's power play goal in the second period and scoring a big goal with a man advantage in the third He's trying to come out hard and sometimes it works out it works out that way but nothing I'm really focusing on too much but it won't complain about when it goes in or what part of the game Ryan polling Brock mcginn and Jake gensel also scored for the pens who were three one on one since the 7 game losing streak Joel Erickson X scored twice for the wild who also received goals from Brandon and Matt dumba I'm Dave ferry
Tatum scores 43, Celtics beat Pistons for 6th straight win
"Jayson Tatum and the Celtics picked up their 6th consecutive win by getting past the pistons one 17 one O 8 Tate imported 28 of his season high 43 points in the second half and finished with ten rebounds Marcus smart added 18 points in ten assists to Boston's second win over Detroit in four days Boy and Bogdanovich scored 28 points to lead Detroit and rookie Jayden ivy edited a season high 26 Marcus Bagley the third made his season debut after missing the first 13 games with a sprained knee He finished with four points and four rebounds in 17 minutes I'm Dave ferry
Arsenal increases table lead as Odegaard scores twice versus Wolves
"Arsenal enters the World Cup break 5 points clear of Manchester City following the Gunners to nil win at wolves Martin odegaard provided the goals starting ten minutes into the second half and again in the 75th minute He salvaged what could have been a very frustrating night against the league's worst team It was another clean sheet for Aaron ramsdale who has 7 and 14 games Arsenal has won 12 of those 14 games tying one and losing the other Wolves have just two wins through 15 games and are four points deep in the relegation zone I'm Dave ferry
Tatum scores 31, Celtics beat Pistons for 4th straight win
"The Celtics own a four game winning streak after Jayson Tatum jaylen Brown and Sam howser carried them to a one 28 one 12 victory against the pistons Tatum had 31 points and 5 assists scoring 16 in the first 5 minutes of the third quarter and 26 after halftime Brown finished with 30 points and 7 rebounds We got a lot of options a lot of threats And so far we've been you know for the most part it's based on the floor The Hauser added a career high 24 points off the bench Jade and ivy had 19 points and ten rebounds in Detroit's fourth loss in 5 games Kate Cunningham was one of 11 from the field and scoring a season low four points I'm Dave ferry
Fundamentals Matter When It Comes to Elections
"Where I'm going to go back to probably the biggest issue that we've talked about on this podcast. Many times, and that is the fundamentals matter. Fundamentals matter when it comes to rice Canada's matter and how Canada's run matters. Walker is an example here Warnock is an example here. Both of them are flawed Candice in the sense that the public in polling didn't trust them. They're 5 unfavor numbers were upside down. And it does appear, though, that walker had a little bit more of a tug on that issue both going down because you could see the breakdown that Kemp out performed walker significantly almost four points or more in this election cycle with upwards of almost a 100,000, 200,000 most depending on where we're at right now. What does that mean? It means that people did not want to vote for Brian Kemp, maybe because of how he handled the past four years as governor, the elections, the pandemic, everything else. And for whatever reason, the refine Republicans could not vote for or did not vote for Herschel Walker. I saw a lot of signs yesterday that says that people were going to be voting for Brian camper and others on the republic ticket, but they simply left the saying it rice off. So again, we'll see what happens right now. Right now currently as we speak here early on a Wednesday morning, the Republican and Democrat in Georgia looked to be headed to a runoff, although there is room right now because Warnock is actually ahead by about 30,000 votes. There is some room that if the numbers broke very, very well for Warnock, he could win without a runoff. That would be, I think, amazing story devastating for Senate hopefuls in Georgia. But it is still there. That means
Adam Laxalt: If We Don't Vote Republican, We Lose This Country
"Your opponent senator masto is a far left this is a Biden acolyte and I've been trying to drive home and drill home to the audience how important this election is tomorrow Adam I mean inflation is on the ballot The border is on the ballot This is all on the ballot tomorrow We need a check on this guy in The White House You know if we don't do this this election we're going to lose our country And no one campaigned in commit more communities across my state than I did People understand that deep in their heart We've got to have a red wave election to make sure that we start the slow process of taking back our country We certainly feel like we've done what we need to do We've run a strong race We've been on often We've continued to highlight that no matter the money they have the amount of the false attacks no matter how much media support they have or big tech support the bottom line is the voters get to decide And the voters have moved our direction the last few weeks we've been up 6 points 5 points 5 points four points in the last four polls And that's largely due to the fact that voters are in our direction There were rejecting the $100 million of negative ads and they see the portrayal that she's trying to present it to me And then they see our side which is a former navy in Iraq veteran of former top top of this state that worked with law enforcement to be safer and that campaign than with the head of the border patrol On my bus across the state that's the first time in our state's history because they know that I'm going to be strong on the border They know how important this race is and feel we're in a great position as long as the vat of voters get out on the election day We've got a lot of election day voters We are going to win tomorrow night
Aho has 3 goals, assist as Hurricanes beat Sabres 5-3
"Sebastian aho's 5th career hat trick led the hurricane to a 5 to three downing of the Sabres Patrick judge today Captain four point performance with an empty netter Martin Nietzsche scored the go ahead goal and had three assists in Carolina's fourth straight win Kind of game our way and it was a fun item in PNC and Iran has stopped 22 shots as the cane to be buffalo for the tenth time in their last 11 meetings I'm Jane ferry
15 Days Until the Most Historic Midterm Election of Our Lifetimes
"15 days out, 15 days out from election day. I know a lot of you have already voted in person. We have been warning about how they're very well might be a traffic jam on election day. We've got to keep our eyes peeled for a potential issue with printers and ink and ballots and something you might say, what do you mean printers? Well, in Arizona the way it works if you vote in person, they literally have to print you a ballot. The latest polls show that the Michigan governor's race is tied. Adam laxalt is up in the Nevada Senate race. The Georgia center race is nearly tied. The Ohio Senate race has JD Vance up four points. Nevada governor's race, 6 point lead for the Republican. Georgia governors raised ten point lead. Now, I don't want to get too cocky though. I don't want to get too excited because there are some concerning trends to show that mail in voting early voting and Democrat areas is very high in certain states. In Arizona it's not too high, but in states like Georgia, it is record high. So we got to get out. We have to mobilize. This is by no means a sure thing. We've been talking about how there's a red wave and how independents are going to show up and all that is true. We are within striking distance. But if we do not do our job over the next 15 days, that red wave will become a red ripple. Do not be a spectator. I was just talking to some people. This last weekend. And they said, Charlie, do you think it's going to be a red wave? And I asked them, I said, what are you doing about it? They said, well, I watch your show. I said, thank you so much. That means a lot. What are you doing about it? And they said, what do you mean? I said, how many doors have you knocked on? That was nice about it. I'm not trying to be I'm not trying to scold people. I know they're busy. I know that you could barely afford to stay alive right now. And they said, well, what do you mean, knock, knock on doors? I said, here's our problem. I said, we're hoping and wishing from the sidelines and prayers are real things. I'm not saying prayers are not helpful, but you got to put your prayer and your faith into action right now.
Jazz rally to beat Wolves 132-126 in OT reunion with Gobert
"The jazz are two and zero after knocking off former teammate Rudy Gobert in the Timberwolves one 32 one 26 in overtime Jordan Clarkson scored 29 points hitting 7 of 12 from three point range Laurie Martin had 24 points grabbed 13 rebounds and hit a leaner in the lane with 12 seconds remaining to give Utah a four point edge Mike Connolly delivered the go ahead Trey with one O one to play Gobert hauled in 23 rebounds but he missed a dunk and two free throws over the final 34 seconds to finish with 9 points I'm Dave ferry
Zion scores 25 points in return, Pelicans rout Nets 130-108
"Zion Williamson returned from his one year absence to provide 25 points and 9 rebounds in the pelicans season opening win over the nets One 31 O 8 The top pick in the 2019 draft appeared fully recovered from a broken right foot To simply playing the game I love and I didn't get to play for a long time just it was a breath of fresh air Brandon Ingram contributed 28 points and CJ McCollum and at 21 for the pelicans Kevin Durant led all scores with 32 points Ben Simmons took just four shots and scored four points in his Brooklyn debut I'm Dave fairy
Kevin 'Votestradamus' McCullough Shares His Thoughts on Doug Mastriano
"Let's talk more about some specifics. What about Doug mastriano? He's running for the governorship of Pennsylvania. There's a guy. I mean, gigantic hero. It doesn't really get better than Doug master riano. Does he have a chance in Pennsylvania? He served his country in uniform and he served his country in the state, a house, and now he wants to go and be its governor. And he's running on an issue that pennsylvanians care about. He wants to clean up the voting system in Pennsylvania because we all know what a disaster that was in the 2020 cycle. In fact, if it weren't for how corrupt the Pennsylvania system is, it's possible that Donald Trump would have been inaugurated as president instead of Joe Biden. Here's the thing about Doug mastriano's race. He was at one point in time out polling Oz in the two big races. Those two races are the top of the ticket draws for the Pennsylvania voters. He is closing the gap. The last couple of surveys I've seen say he's within three or four points. That's within most polls margin of air. If Oz has a good showing, I think that helps mastriano. And I think they both have to work their tails to the bone between now and November 8th. But I think they have the right messaging. And I think they're on the right side. They want to clean up crime in the two big cities. They want to make sure that gas prices are brought under control so that people don't have to choose between groceries and filling up their cars. And the most genius thing that mastriano is campaigning on is that Pennsylvania has a whole shelf in its northern half of energy that they could get in there and get out. And he said on my show last week, he goes, Kev, here's my plan. If I get elected on day one, we let all the leases go. We turn them on. We turn on the spigot. We drill. We get everything that we can. And we start shipping that to Poland, Lithuania, and other places. We make money off that. We also lower our own energy prices in Pennsylvania. And he says, I'll do that on day one. I don't have to have Joe Biden's approval to do it. And there are more governors that should be exploring that type of arrangement. Ron DeSantis in Florida should be one of them. He's sitting on a lot of energy in his continental part of the shelf as well. But that's, I think that's going to resonate. If he makes that one of the primary talking points in these last three weeks that he is going to make Pennsylvania wealthy because he's going to take its resources, sell it to people who need it in Europe. He simultaneously, by the way, hurts Russia and Iran and doing so.
Patriots bury Browns, Belichick ties Halas with 324th win
"Bailey zappy throws for 309 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Patriots past the browns 38 15 Zappy through his two scores in the third quarter to help New England extend a four point halftime lead to 18 heading into the fourth and help the Patriots improve to three and three Three phases offense play well Of course there's some things that we can continue to clean up moving on to the weeks but there's a great win for us for sure Wide receiver at taekwon Thornton and running back Andre Stevenson each found the end zone twice for New England Brown's quarterback Jacoby brissett through a pair of interceptions and lost a fumble leading to 17 patriots points as Cleveland fell to three and three I'm Denny cap
"four point" Discussed on WTOP
"45 on Ten 45 and rob would fork All right Dimitri the capital scoring struggles continued in a four one loss to the San Jose sharks on home ice in what was Peter laviolette's 100th game as coach here in Washington What happened coach We were all done in too many areas and that's not good We can't accept that I thought the last 8 minutes we got going a little bit for me the game was just okay I think we're better than that It'd be nice if some of those dropped They're not right now but just the for me that the start didn't start the way we wanted and then you know you're chasing the game again and it gets more difficult when you're chasing the game And things have been difficult for the caps of late They've dropped 8 of their last 11 they have consecutive regulation losses for the first time this season on the local college hardwood VCU trying to hold on to an upset victory on the road They were in front of Davidson 70 68 with 13 seconds left to go in regulation George Washington had a long night at St. Louis They lost in a blowout George Mason won handily as did navy and American was a winner over holy cross Too little too late from the NBA they acknowledged the clippers four point play to cap that big 35 point comeback against the wizards last night Yeah that shouldn't account it Foul happened before the shot should have been shooting three instead of knocking down the shot and getting the game winning free throw All day long we've been commemorating Washington's last Super Bowl victory It was on this day 30 years ago a game in which the burgundy go for 6 turnovers at Jim Kelly going nuts and the D.C. sports huddle We ranked this juggernaut in NFL history You can go to WTO P dot com for more on that Rob which work double the TOP sports All right rob still ahead we've got the end of the week forecast and may feature some snow although we're still trying to wrap our arms around how much no we'll get in this area And then a QAnon conspiracy theorist gets some time behind bars for his action during the capitol riot Stay with us The I haven't really woken up Until I've had my McDonald's breakfast deal and I know this is true because before breakfast I put my phone in the refrigerator and couldn't find the keys that were already in my hand Nothing.
"four point" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"How you doing, JT? Hey, Cleve, I'm great. How are you today? Good in this segment here. I wanted to talk about how, um I think the biggest thing happening in real estate getting things to closing. Um, sometimes it's the mortgage that slows us down. Lately It's been the insurance companies. And there's some things you can do to help people out there because insurance rates are spiking big time and they're getting picky about hot water heaters are getting picky about, um you know, wind myths. Explain to people what you guys do to help people with that with your four points and win mitigation. Yeah, definitely. So the you know, portion of our business is obviously helping people buy houses, but another portion is helping people that are in houses when they have to change insurance. Um, you know, insurance companies have been dropping people like flies lately, and they're having to go out and get new insurance. And so part of that process is doing what's called a four point inspection so you would hire a company like ours to come out. We do the roof. We checked the roof, Electrical plumbing and H V. A C. And it's not a real in depth, like super detailed inspection. It's just kind of like, how old is this stuff? What kind of lifespan is left on it, You know, is there any major issues like the water heater leaking or the air handler leaking as their damaging the roof that's causing water to come in? And so we go through the house. Do our inspection. Write up a report that then they can go used to the insurance companies to kind of say, like, Hey, here's a kind of an overview of my house. How does it work is an insurable. Um, So what we can do, too is we will work with our homeowners to especially like if you were to call us up and say, Hey, I'm changing assurance. I need these forms. We come out. Hey, you know you may want to change this out because it's probably going to cause insurance. You've got bad polybutylene piping with that change because they're not even gonna want to touch a, uh or if they do. It's extremely expensive. So we come out kind of on your behalf. Help you out through that process, Get your all the forms that you need, and that will help get you insurance. One of the nice things that we offer to God. You'll do that inspection when people do their building inspection, right? It's correct everything out. Yeah, exactly. We've always taken to the stance that, like Let's see how the home inspection goes and make sure it's a good fit for you before we start charging it for these extra reports, like four point and insurance based report because we don't want to want you to spend money unnecessarily, so we always wait to see Make sure the deal goes through and then we can issue those reports. One of the other nice things that we do, too. So that's to get insurance before point and then to help save money as the wind mitigation. And so the state of Florida has a lot of hurricanes, they say, Hey, if your house is built to these certain standards, it's going to do better in a hurricane. So we go out and document those different features of the house..
"four point" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Where you can articulate. How america will be functioning country in twenty fifty like that's radical stuff but i think in a good way and that's what we need more of you know there's been very short term thinking we did a whole pro. Podcast recently. generational theft on not just the financial stuff. The debt inflation. But also just other policy decis- school closures mask mandates there has been this nonstop downward plunder right of and i am not a big like i. I don't like the cortes thing everyone before. Musa loser and i hate them. All i don't like that right. I think that we are called. And commanded to respect our elders and people that came before us but i also think it needs to come with a very valid concern and critique that the generation that kind of has been in the leadership class the last fifteen twenty years is violating the boy scout. Ethos of leave no trace right like. They're they're leaving the campground much worse than they found. Yeah and in some sense. It's like they just sort of automatically had a had easy ride the baby boomer generation because the greatest generation of a framework totally. That was incredible. If you were born in nineteen fifty Things got better and better every year of your life until you know maybe some time gird recently But things just automatically it was it was as eric. Weinstein would say the ego the the embedded growth obligation yup. Yup i think is one of sarah's yeah yeah we we can talk about eric eric Things just got better things just work. You know you had this post war. Boom economic miracle. it was a unique set of historical conditions. I think we can get back to that level of prosperity but it doesn't just happen unthinkingly automatically in. It certainly doesn't happen. If you as the generation charged takes your takes your eye off the ball you know and the debt that the baby boomers have left us with Just the crazy politics like i think. In some ways you know The leadership class the elite leadership class that rose to the top was a selfish generation. And we're all gonna pay for it in the question is can we. Can we correct course. Do you find yourself being able to work with the cortez types. The to leap types. The omar types depends on the issue. Depends depends on the issue. But i agree melting. That's the right perspective to take. No i'm asking just because like you say that this corrosive politics has been inherited whether we like it or not. Thirty percent of our generation at least or bolsheviks right probably more. So how do we heal so as well. That's the question i think. The future is generation. Z. it is i. Think the millennials. God bless him one. Ill wasted time wasted time. Right i think in arizona for instance. I'll peel off enough to have an interesting voting block. Because i do think like it's not all live. It's not all bullshit as a lot of cynics. In the millennials the millennials will not save america. I agree generation z. If america is to be saved totally agree. That's where it is. Because i think though i mean you know what i'm thirty four. I think i'm like slightly older millennial but still kind of younger millennial. You're at the end of the millennials I i think that ship has sailed. But i think the generation z. Kids right someone in college right now. A hateful hopefully dropping out of college. They see they look forward at our generation especially sort of my side of it and they just see it not working like okay great. I've done well it sort of worked for me. you know. i got lucky but like most of my peers. Even the ones that went to stanford like they don't they're not on track to be able to own a home and they went to stanford it again. Most of my peers that went to stanford are not on track to be able to own a home and they look back at their parents their age early thirties. Their parents were like you know buying houses back. When house asked like area eighty-five grant. yeah wrong. things just worked then now. People don't Most you know. I have three kids but literally most of my classmates do not have children and their thirty four thirty five. You know there's gonna be a ticking time bomb here. People are sort of promised things work out and then surprise your forty two. You know have actually saved that much money. You've had a lot of consumptive experiences. You know But you don't have. You don't have any kids you don't have a husband you don't have kids like what is that and my hope is the generation z. Looks forward our generation and says like not for me. doesn't work. I don't want to run that. Playbook i pray your right you said one thing and then we'll close it out dropping out of college. Yeah do it. tell me why we're we At the thiel foundation we run a program called the thiel fellowship And i applied when i was in high school. It's the second round that's funny we. Yeah i'm a non successful tio fellow there. You go That you didn't go to college and they built something awesome. Instead was this martin. I wasn't involved in you. No we we pay really serve. You know crazy. Smart young people One hundred thousand dollars to your program and the only condition is you gotta drought school. Drop out of college and most from start a business. And i think it's been phenomenally successful. Forty billion dollars in collective or to go market cap not including a theory on vitol butter and the founder of a theorem of this ethereal in seattle. Only i would have been able on the ice see on that one. Meet your wives sitting there. Thinking about doing him didn't do it. Hoops and would not a lot of money at the time right. Oh five hundred bucks then would amid made like you know five six million oops can't either. This is one thing that you're in silicon valley you so many. In retrospect or obvious deals the time. Right you gotta be a peace with that. It's fine but No we we really sparked this conversation about like is college worth it. College gets more and more expensive every year. Most people get dumber by going to college. Just kind of get indoctrinated. You don't actually learn valuable life skills Maybe it's good to like you know network with your peers or something like that ought to have multiple different paths to success in society Instead of just pretending that you know you're worthless if you don't go and get this degree I think. I think we let down an entire generation of kids. When we say you have to go to college. We make them in. You know incur a lot of debt. They get out. They still don't know what to do. i think it's a problem. It's my next book is going to be the college scam. Can't wins it. Come out September october date grant couldn't be a more topic drought a drop out of school. Kids do something else. That's our parent. Parents are driving off the road as they hear this right now. The kids can look guy. God bless him. I get it. You want your kid to not fall through the cracks in our society. But what an indictment of society they have to go through this crazy expensive process where you literally almost learned nothing just in order to.
"four point" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Vote dot com and subscribe with promo code charlie. Today where the democrats on this tech issue. I thought they it big stuff. They they used to and they realized it's like well. The white house actually finds it convenient to be able to tell facebook. Hey this that's misinformation go ahead and pull it off you know. Don't let anybody talk about side effects. Vaccines for instance. We wouldn't wanna wouldn't want to spread disinformation on the platform. So i think now The laughter democrats are finding it convenient And certainly these companies are ideological. I think twitter is probably the worst. But like i know. Many rank and file engineers at these companies and most are dyed-in-the-wool progressives so surprise surprise. You know these companies if you zoom out. They have a very left leaning politics Democrats used to used to be for the little guy used to be against you. Know corporate concentration of power Not so much anymore. It's interesting though because like president biden did nominate liikanen to run the ftc. And i think most of his nominations our garbage garbage just garbage and Maybe shelter not to be a disappointment. But i supported her nomination for what that's worth end. I think it's interesting. Because she's written about you. Know economic harm to mainstream america. That amazon you know causes. And i think it's i think it's interesting. So we'll see what she does and the elevated her to chairman right of ftc. He's gonna get confirmed for sky. Get confirmed but i. It's very interesting now. So we'll see we'll they get serious about this or is this just them playing politics and they know there's going to be rising consumer backlash against these companies. Yeah i'm more cynical. I think they're doing it as a way to threaten the tech companies job. They want sure. Yeah yeah politically. yeah well. That's how antitrust is usually been used. We have the hammer. Don't make us use it and that's usually damocles not gonna let it fall probably right. That's why it's important to elect republicans people. I agree so let's talk about the republican party. You've said that they're just kind of stuck in this form of the incantation of the reagan era You're trying to change that. And so as you look as people outside of the state of arizona. Look at their candidates. What should they be asking and demanding of their republican candidates. Because we have a sizable audience. Here that's very involved. What would you say. I think it's three things you know. Obviously it's important for a candidate to be able to get elected. You got to win a primary in general so every voter needs to be thinking about electability to is like once they're in office will vote the right way and i've talked to so many republicans in arizona who are used to hearing good things on the campaign trail they elect somebody and then that person wants an office sticks disappointing. Vote after vote. What we don't think enough about is point three which is like what is this person actually gonna do office. Why them like what is the unique vision of Of the country that they have. What kind of country are they. Are they talking about living in in ten or twenty years. What's the what's the new thing and when someone josh holly Senator holly ran in twenty eighteen. I think voters in missouri could see like he was. He was talking about big tech. He was very concerned about that. That was new. That wasn't that popular to talk about. Then you know. We hadn't yet seen much of the censorship From big tech that we saw just in his last twenty twenty election so i think he was showing leadership. He's out in front on that issue and people could tell he was not just a cookie cutter republican. It wasn't just about electing a guy who's gonna vote the right way on the you know. Whatever issue us. He was actually charting new course and saying. Hey i see this problem. It's going to get worse. i'm gonna get and do something about it. And i think that's what people need to be looking for in their candidates. you know in my again my announcement video. I caused some controversy sort of on the left and the right by repeating. That line That i said a few minutes ago. You ought to be able to raise a family in america on one single income and i think that's like an obviously commonsensical like why don't you hear politicians talking that way. Why is that such a weird thing to say to me. It seems self evident. So that's interesting and i think we ought to be electing people who are willing to Not just talk about that but yes say it and then you know craft policy. That's actually gonna get us there. Otherwise you're just sort of along for the ride. And i think most politicians in this country right and left her just along for the ride especially the older ones by the way which slams sort of excited about this new generation of young leadership That i think were were seeing most. You know baby boomers. God bless him. It's like you had your turn and so if you're a baby boomer politician who's running for office now. You've probably know you're probably rich. You probably had a successful career. And you're just looking for a capstone at the end of it. You know and i think voters consensus if someone's sixty five seventy years old lot of that and they're running for office like what are you lingers. What are you. What are you really going to. Or you're really going to have the energy to chart a new course Which is why. I think there's something so exciting about like what you're doing to. It's just mobilizing and educating a new generation of young conservatives i think is very radical to be in your twenties or thirties and be a conservative. Yes 'cause like you're basically sang. I believe that we can hold this ship together. I believe that we can have a cohesive america still in twenty thirty and twenty forty and twenty fifty and it's actually i think given the given the trajectory given the you know the disintegrating society that we have right now. I mean it's badly broken. I think to have that optimism and to be able to chart vision..
"four point" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Letting facebook and google and amazon to You know amazon sells these little devices right. What is it the echo the elyssa alexa an echo. Dot or whatever It literally listens to people's living room conversations if it's in the bedroom if you're sort of unwise enough to put these things in your bedroom you shouldn't have won an all asian have at all it listens to what you say and it will probably say they don't do this but they absolutely do. They will refine their ad model and add data points into your file to go and serve you at and how many people have experienced this right. Like you're talking to your girlfriend or to your mom or something About a product in ten minutes later it shows up on your iphone or like. Gosh it'd be fun to go. Canada coincidence is not a coincidence. And i think is really messed up. And i think you know you can make some economic efficiency argument But i think people are kind of sick and tired of that. Or at least when i'm when i in a bunch of other people are done telling people how predatory this is and how insane this data collection stuff is I think people are going to have a real big problem with it. 'cause people don't really know what they're giving up So it's look. It's not clear to me that we shouldn't just banned it ads or at least that's the table stakes. That's my opening offer. And maybe you end up with some you know better regulatory regime where people have more control over what data they're actually giving to these companies section to thirty yup repeal it. Treat them as common carrier. Yup sherman antitrust act. Break them up to the extent it makes sense you know and then ban targeting targeted advertising. Yeah i think we should do that. That last one. I mean i agree. It's it's sort of nuclear 'cause you're not just going after the tech company sent you're going after estee lauder you're going after marriott. Look they may just have to advertise just like they did in two thousand one and they're gonna say more prophets were in his great than we were in has many we. It's kinda spray and pray strategy. Who are you blake. You collectivists social central. No no far from it. It's better to have a healthy country where you don't just let a few multinational corporations prey on people and you can have a health you know. Advertising businesses made money before big data. They really did and we. All i'm saying is we gotta tilt back in the direction towards consumer privacy and protecting people because they have no idea what these companies are doing think targeted advertising is one of the reasons. We've seen such dramatic acceleration of wealth inequality in our country. I'd have to unpack that and think about it. What makes it easier for big companies to be able to maximize profits so for example for every dollar that they would have in their marketing budget. It'll go a lot further with targeted ads than if they just by bought radio or television sure so therefore the hundred most valuable companies just on basic way more valuable will get more valuable because they will be able to sell more products to people quicker and more efficiently certainly doesn't help. I don't know how much i'm just. Economic trend. How how critical or not has targeted advertising to some of these other economic trends. I think to the extent that big company the big tech company the rise of big tech has contributed to wealth inequality which is some. I don't think it's mostly. I don't think rising an equalities probably mostly silicon valley phenomenon Although i think the the massive success of the big tech companies contributes to it. It definitely doesn't help. I think the inequality problems probably just much much deeper. Did you know that if you shop at nike. They turn around and give your hard earned dollars to pro-abortion groups like planned parenthood and the population council sinister folks by the way. Did you know that airbnb gave five hundred thousand dollars to the marxist lemon corporate organization. Your first vote is at the ballotbox.
"four point" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"And now they want to charge developers thirty percent of our revenues. And you know. I have some problems with that but i will say apples to the best of them. Were attentively spat. It's probably the way to put it because they don't rely on targeted advertising for their business. So let's get the number four number four is i think we should probably go ahead and ban targeted advertising. What is targeted retarded. Advertising is advertising that these companies can serve to you specifically Based on all the the crazy large amounts of data they have on you. So google knows basically everything about your right. Unless you're very tech savvy and you've taken steps to not use google or disguise yourself or something but they have years and years of search history on most people They know exactly what you've been into on the internet and they build this profile of you and they can use it to basically manipulate us a consumer right so i'm going to Be able to serve you ads. That i'm a highly. Statistically confident will work. I e you're gonna spend the money That really works on people. It's kind of a hard case to make because people don't feel like it works. Everybody wants to think. Advertising doesn't work on me it does work on you. Tell me absolutely does because it's I mean it just does well. Is this behind. So if you e- it basically hacks people psychology. It's like if gu like google knows more about you in some clinical cold sense. Then your wife does and the same is true. That seems to have everybody. These companies know they know your location. They know How you spend money. They know what you search. They probably know many of our thoughts some sense before we even think them. I mean it's like getting into sort of minority report level premonition types permission type stuff. It's it's really scary. I mean they have terabytes data on every individual person. This is not stop. I guess technically it's data. We volunteered to them. And technically we signed their user consent. You know by By actually using his companies. But it's not real consent. People have no idea how much data these companies are collecting On them and using it against them in this commercial context Sometimes it's good like there's some consumer benefit to this right like on instagram. I actually get ads that For products. I sometimes buy and like can. Sometimes i can even appreciate that right But the downside is the underbelly of it is very dark. And when you let a handful of companies you know in a nation of three hundred million people basically acquire so much knowledge about each individual person that you can make i. What i think are predatory advertising Decisions you get this really weird economic system. I think it just praise on people I would have maybe less of a problem with it. If the companies didn't use these monopoly. Monopoly profits to do bad nefarious political. Things like this is why these companies are so profitable. it's target advertising. I think facebook could still have an interesting business if it had to advertise like a magazine advertises or like a billboard. You know where you can't specifically precisely deliver the ads that the person is is going to likely respond to based on all that historical. Now i i can already hear. The chamber of commerce sent screaming and sending a lobbyist to go. Destroy your political campaign because the argument in response is at the chamber will say this will make us more ineffective. This will make us less efficient. We won't have as much corporate profits and we'll have to lay off workers so for example. The lobbyists will say blake or the spokesperson for the chamber. We buy advertising on christian radio because we're targetting christian radio audience. Why shouldn't we be able to tell facebook. We want just target people that have liked christian radio stations. Wise at different. It's gonna make advertising a little bit less efficient. And i think there's There's a definite trade off to it. We've tilted so far in the direction of just completely letting facebook and google and amazon to You know amazon sells these little devices right. What is it the echo the elyssa alexa an echo..
"four point" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"If you heard this argument not specifically and that we want american social media companies to rule not chinese. Those same people. Don't even want us to talk though. Exactly right which i thought. The trump administration was close to doing unfortunately didn't quite get that done Yeah while ways. Going to take over the american internet. But i always i. I say in response is it. How is facebook and google. Not already a chinese company totally. They're happy to do whatever they do have asked so. It's it's kind of like and by the way. I would prefer to have some sort of a company. Let's try to win over the american consumer and one that has like complete that holds them incomplete. Exactly it's like. There's some sort of like a persuasion index right. Yeah no we can't get into chinese markets for the most part. I mean google's in there a little bit facebook can't really get in and we let talk in. Yes it's just like we let an entire generation of Young people send all their send all their data back to ccp in china. We just let it happen. What are the potential downsides of breaking up a company. I mean gosh with these companies. i don't see much downside I really don't like look. The world is pretty good before facebook or at least at facebook. You know there are some benefits. But i think it's a net negative at this point. I don't think you need it like if you ruined facebook's business i guess it's like bad for the shareholders You know some some mostly institutional but some mon- people on facebook and there'd be some stock losses or something like that but you could remedy those high. Yeah and it's like the world you know. Google has been helpful And it's like the rebels also fine before everybody was just like addicted to their phones. Would you expand tech critique apple and amazon as well. Yeah really focus on communication. Well we'll get into two point. Four here which is has to do target advertising. But i i think apple's the least bad of these companies i think is pretty bad like it's happy slave labor Also apple news really bad. It's the editorial ization when they're notifying the washington post to every nineteen year old in the country. Yep i think. That's i think that's bad i think I think the monopolistic behavior that apple engages on its app stores bad. You know it's basically like you can't go build your own app store. That's the whole point. You can't really built on operatings. Your senate so closed. And now they want to charge developers thirty percent of our revenues. And you know. I have some problems with that but i will say apples to the best of them. Were attentively spat. It's probably the way to put it because.
"four point" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Let's go back to tech for a second. 'cause i do want to really focus on that. Is it time to break up these companies. I think so. I think i saw have circa cute four-part plan ear section to thirty people. Talk about it a lot you know. President trump was tweeting section to thirty caps caps. Lock exclamation point. and so. that's become like the thing that people want to hear about section two thirty though just means you strip away the the sort of platform immunity that these companies enjoy it when they act publishers when they actually put their thumb on the scale and they say we're going to censor this. We're going to run this content. They're being publishers. There being editors see should treat them as such. That's fine i think. That's table stakes. We should do it. The companies don't like it but that's just step one step. Two i think is to treat these companies facebook google twitter at cetera as common carriers. Just like the phone company so the phone company cannot kick you or me off because we have a conversation about conservative politics. They would love. They would love to but they can't do it we should. We should make sure that facebook can't do it not that the phone companies should do it. ba treatments as common carriers public utilities. I think senator haggerty had a bill on. This was pretty good lawrence. Thomas wrote about this in a descent to strongly indicating that he you know we ought to take a look at this and i agree with justice. Thomas on so much He's the man but said three is using antitrust to break these companies up and republicans. Have a rich history with antitrust right. I mean theodore roosevelt Later barry goldwater in our homestead here in arizona. They knew that you. Republicans are supposed to distrust concentrations of power and. We're good at that. When the government's involved we distrust big government and rightfully so but corporate concentrations of power can also be really bad You know these these antitrust laws that were at one hundred years ago and for the railroads and telegraph lines and they may not elegantly fit. The new you know business model where the company is free to use facebook so in some sense like whereas the consumer harm. Because you're not actually you know getting price couched or something so i think we need young smart people in there to maybe rewrite those laws. It's clear to me that facebook needs to be broken up there. let's focus on the breaking up one. I've heard a lot of different arguments. But you actually know the nuance of this better than i do. And i'm able to tap dance around it. One counterargument is charlie actual make them stronger. Is that breaking them. Up has no teeth look at bell is an example that they use. Is there any merit to that argument. I think if you do it the wrong way. Maybe it makes them stronger if have big problems and you break them up and all of a sudden you have. Twenty-seven medium medium-size problems. Maybe that's admitted towards the right way to do it. Well i think you do it in concert with section two thirty in concert with treating them as public utilities you break up. I'm so you can break facebook up cleanly right. There's what's app. There's facebook clot in class. Instagram than there's instrumentalists oculus. Every line of business should be. Its probably own company. You know There's no room and you know. Facebook probably shouldn't have been able to buy what's happened the first place and that good yeovilton. They've won. doj probably should. Have you know a healthy doj. Probably would walk. Ftc would have led the charge ftc. google for instance. It's like they have their search engine and with their growing cloud business they also own so much. Infrastructure of the core internet like those should be separate businesses through logically separate and and youtube and google does is they buy a company or two every week for the last you know however many years fifteen years they sit on him they buy it you know. Maybe they integrate some of the tech but mostly they just squash it and that's anti-competitive like why would any market loving republican go on. I think the laws speak to that. Yes partially and there's a lack of political will. You might wanna use it problem. I'd like i think i think a good. Ftc and a good. I mean doj antitrust division. I think they have enough laws on the books to actually seeing some teeth into these companies. And there's a lack of political will Or at least there has been up until this moment to get something done. I also think the laws probably do need to be modernized. And you know you've got to really study in detail and you probably need people who understand these businesses to go and again rewrite these laws are like one hundred years old So i think it's both but we do have tools that were not using right now so to go back to breaking them up other people say that we just let the competitors come online breaking them up as messy build your own social network. Why is that. Why wouldn't why blake. Should we not just say. Go build your own google well. I'm on whiz kid lake man. You're so smart and such the parlor experience was so interesting here right. It's go build your own social networks so then some people are like okay cool. I built my own. Social network can stay on the internet. And then you know amazon and apple. And everybody's we're gonna rip you off and google you. You can't her apps store you know amazon. Aws that's powering so much of the infrastructure behind these company. They'll just kick you off if cloudflare decides to deny you dns Services like your websites off the internet. Congratulations you can't actually build your own social network because the censorship goes so much deeper it's like at the infrastructure layer So i find arguments about faith plus like build your own Search engine while you can't do it google's monopoly. If you actually did anything interested in you know in anything interesting they just up anyway. But like you're so you even if you built better technology than google to have such a network effect. You can't actually compete like their monopoly. That means that you can't really dislodge them. Except you have to use the power of the state to do it. So the th- we're staying number three number four and a second the section to thirty and the treat them as common carriers. I get those. The third one is the biggest opposition amongst the free market libertarian types base of the party is like break up into a million pieces. And it's mostly kind of like a retribution like kind of like you know retribution. Retribution type justice. Type thing kind of like they stood up they wanna punish them. Punish twitter for kicking president trump. Oh now is on the same like crap. So i had a i had zoom call recently with a certain tech company. Leader that you would know. I'll say offline and they're like well which the philosophical argument like. I thought your free market guys. I dunno i want you to suffer. That's the philosophical argument. Yeah i said you have waged cultural jihad on us and you accept this not use. Expect a santa's political power here. So the question. I guess with this as some people would say charlie or blake. You break up than the chinese companies are going to rule. Would you really want that to happen..
"four point" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
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"four point" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"You can make. Are you going to say the ends obviously say this are just like the market. What does success look like. What is the actually trying to. I think it's super commonsensical. It's just can you read. Well here's one tagline. You have to be able to raise a family in america on one single income like that. Is the goal unthinkable. We used to be able to do it. Used to be able to do it. Globalization happened a lot of bad policy. Choices happened modernisation happen. You can't do it anymore. So it's a complicated story. Why but that is a thing. I think a real good distillation of the goal. Like if you can raise a family in america if you can afford to do that and you live in a safe and secure neighborhood a community. An actual cohesive community and you have economic opportunity. You can go and get training. You can go and get educated. You can go get a job you be free to worship according to your conscience and then have kids and then have grandkids. Like that's what it's about. It's just a healthy society. It's really not complicated. Except for policymakers can't even talk like this. Why policymakers made it so complicated. What why is it that that's considered to be a central planning type thing. Why is that i again. I think on the left doesn't care about the family. I think they don't like that program. They there. The whole project of liberalism is to just free people of unch chosen bonds. So it's like the idea that you might have to care for your parents someday. Just as they cared for. You know no can't do that. We should have a private corporation be like a giant nursing home conglomerate. You should ship your parents off to something. Like i i. It's it's just individualism runamuck but like the individual is important so as the family. So is the community. And i think people on the right understand this a little bit more than the left. The left is just hedonistic. And they don't they don't care about families the right cares more about families but again i think they've They've made families and family life and a healthy community life subservient to the market. I think they've got it precisely backwards again. Because i think there's too much of an obsession over the reaganite past. You know we just have to we just have to update and Again accredited credit president trump. For he's an economic theorist but he intuited that this was off that the balance was off. He looks around at what's happening in the middle of the country and says this isn't working this economic policy this paul ryan 'isms mitt romney ism this idea You know do trickle down or supplies. Whatever you wanna call it. It doesn't work. It no longer works and we have to re focus and actually pay attention like how our policies working everybody for the last year. A slew of bad policies have weakened america to the point where now even our food supply is endanger..
"four point" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Senate zona never ran for anything before unless you ran for light duty body president and show back when or where middle school. Yeah so your candidacy is one. That's getting headlines but actually really don't want to talk about politics with you we can if you want. I'd rather talk about ideas and where our country has gone wrong. I think you have a lot to say. In that regard. I just want to give our audience and context. You recently. Joined tucker carlson tucker at some really good things to say about jumping into the race You have a background in tak bestselling author near times number one. Three million copies sold. The book is called zero to one will flash it on our screen and you kind of look the comfortable and good life and all of a sudden you want to get into the nastiest kind of thing you possibly can do as the country really gone so wrong that you have to get into politics now. I think it has. I think it has like in some sense. It'd be great if we just had republican politicians who are going to get the job done Who actually paid attention to what's happening in the country. Who actually cared and it seems like we don't so it actually seems like the most important thing to do. Obviously i don't need to tell you how important this arizona senate seat is but i think it very well could determine whether or not we have a good country in the next ten or twenty years so i totally agree and so. Let's talk about this so from a policy standpoint. You're in what. I would call kind of a new republican a. Jd vance reminds me a lot of kind of what you talk about I know you guys know each other. But there's this idea that we as conservatives need to get the basics correct we need oh almost commit to why were in this in the first place which strong families and a strong nation and then also be unafraid to kind of challenge this Some of this dogma. That's been dominating the party walk us through. Yeah it's like. Most republican politicians still perritt lines from the reagan administration. And it's like reagan was great leader. Okay great republican. But that doesn't mean that. We're in nineteen eighty. It doesn't mean that we're in nineteen eighty five right now and if you think about it. It's like look at the society that you know. Reagan sort of took charge of in in nineteen eighty in the seventies You know things were stagnant and you had crazy stagflation. It was at consolidated Economy and we needed deregulation. We needed the spirit of dynamism which i think. Reagan had a lot of good policies to address that we also had to fight the soviet threat. Right we were fighting communism. It was capitalism versus communism and so the deregulation the focus on free markets. All of that made a lot of sense than even our china policy made sense right. You needed china to industrialize. We wanted china to be more. Our ally vis-a-vis the soviets and so we had a relatively free trade policy with china that made sense in nineteen eighty seven. You know but then times change. We defeated the soviets communism collapsed. The wall fell and so now it's nineteen ninety nineteen ninety to ninety ninety four. And what do you do. Do you keep doing the same exact thing. Well that's what our leaders decided to do. we've offered our entire industrial base. We helped china industrialized In for the last twenty or thirty years we haven't updated the playbook we've just been repeating the same mindless capitalism vs socialism mantras and it hasn't actually worked and this is what president trump came along and didn't twenty sixteen. He pointed out high. We've been getting taken advantage of for china for the last by china for the last twenty five years and i'm here to put a stop to it. This is that republicans need to update instead of just kind of Burying their head and doing the things that used to work decades ago. So you're kind of making an argument that from your generations perspective. It's time for fresh thinking and also to challenge some of this it orthodoxy or dogma as i would call it one issue in particular you care about i want to get into the weeds with you on is big tac. Yeah and i always joke around with mark zuckerberg testified in front of congress. I think half the senators asked him if they could get back into their facebook account as they were logged out right right. Is the facebook the thing on the following year zazai phonebook. A series of tubes. The internet is a series of tubes. They're lecturing mark zuckerberg on the internet. They sound ridiculous and mark zuckerberg laugh the entire time. You facebook stock goes up. That's right those hearings because people know these regulators. They just don't even know what they're talking about. It's a real problem. So you come from that world you come from the menlo park mentality you literally went to stanford yes. How big is the threat of tech. I think it's huge and you know it's probably existential. It's like why is it a google or google at this. I mean these companies. They're more powerful than most governments. And some says third in some ways they are more powerful than the government and You know google can swing a presidential election and they can do it in secret like i don't have access to the underlying search algorithms. Who knows how they're tweaking. Our government doesn't have access to that and Facebook maybe when they censor it's a little bit more transparent like they ripped. The hunter biden laptop story. I think those new york post right. It's one of the biggest newspapers in the country founded by alexander. Hamilton and facebook takes this story which is factual and true and the week before an election day. Rip it off their platform which is that is political. Censorship and facebook is at the scale where it's it's as powerful as a government I think that has huge first implications and no company of that scale should be allowed to influence our elections like that. And so if we don't do anything about it these companies are just gonna come an increasingly dominate. Our politics dominators society. There's going to be very little room for any sort of free exchange of ideas so but blake some people say they're private companies. It's no different than the local baker. That shouldn't be forced as that is for the gay couple. That is a It's a stupid argument eilly wise. It's stupid and you know what eight years ago. I'm sympathetic to. I remember the first. Todd said it before i i have to. I remember the friend you know it was less stupid and twenty thirteen. I remember when When people in silicon valley and twenty seven twenty twelve right. When facebook was going public people started sounding the alarm. Like real tech libertarian type people and it was like gosh maybe we should regulate facebook as a public utility. And i remember at the time thinking that was crazy and probably was crazy back then although somewhat prussian No this idea that you have to treat will huge multinational corporations that control the flow of information in our society. You have to treat those the same way as you treat a hair salon or a bakery like that's absolutely absurd and the republicans That i'm talking to you know activists in the republican party real pro-market type people pro entrepreneurship pro-business. Now they're ready to hear this argument. They agree they know that. At a certain point The government goes and sets the rules for the market. That's what it does. it doesn't mean. Throw your hands up and let companies get so big that they can dominate an entire society. That's not that's not what or if that's what you think. Lazy fairer is got help you. Because you're not. Have i also think the problem is at market. Need to be a means to an end. That's right the the market doesn't need to be the end and this is what i mean about reagan dogma. It's like when you raise a whole generation of people to say free market. Capitalism is the beyond endel. It's like no free-market. Capitalism is good because it creates a system in which human beings can flourish which families can flourish in society can flourish but the market is a tool that serves human ends. It serves human flourishing. And if you reverse it. It just becomes an idol. You worship the market. No matter what happens well then then we become We don't become ends focused right the ends then just is the lack of interference towards your desired company regardless of any sort of damage that might be occurring or an extra analogy that might be created. So what is the ends that we should demand than blake because you become a us. Senator what are you going to advocate for through all these sorts of different potential legislative choices..
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"Exited Afghanistan's Bagram airbase, handing that sprawling military installation to the Afghan military to U. S. Officials say the airfield is now in its entirety in the hands of the Afghan national security and defence force. Well one, adds the top American commander in Afghanistan, General Austin Miller, has said Bagram still retains To protect the forces that remain. A district administrator says the American departure was done overnight without any coordination with local officials. And as a result, dozens of local looters stormed through the unprotected gates before Afghan forces are again control. I'm Charles de la Decima during his visit to Surfside, Florida the other day, President Biden spent time meeting with families of the 145 people still on accounted for following last week's condo tower. Collapsed. They know that's the chances are is he still goes by diminished slightly, but at a minimum at a minimum. They want to recover the bodies and the search and rescue operations have resumed following a 15 hour pause because of fears that what's left of the building still standing could give way. Officials now working up plans to demolish what's left of the structure. The collapse claimed at least 18 lives. The government's June employment report, due out later this morning Economist Expectable show that the economy added around 675,000 jobs last month. That would be a substantial gain. But nowhere near as many hirings as would be expected, given the demand for labor and the record number of job openings and employers have been posting Doc Teachers mixed on Wall Street right now. Dow features down four points..
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"Back to last year during the pandemic. Whole different generation saw that Scotty signed a bad contract that Mike did everything well, right, great and everybody else had flaws. But Scott is holding on to that. I don't know what his book is going to be like coming out this fall. But I'm curious. If there's bombshells, I'm assuming there will be because it feels like If I was able to sit in the room, and we had Uh, let's say a couple hours for three or four days where we're just talking that you could get into some pretty deep stuff and some things that he feels like he was slighted on. I'm going to guess that book will probably have a few more of these headline worthy stories there. We'll check in with Chicago's reaction to this. We often look at NBA players with injuries facing a catch 22 because If you play, you risk making it worse or you don't perform the way you should. And then people wonder why you're even out there and you got Trey Young. He's listed as questionable for tonight's Eastern Conference game against the box. He stepped on an official's foot, twisted his ankle in Game three. We love to romanticize the Kurt Gibson comes to the plate against Dennis Eckersley. Willis Reed is limping out there in the 1970 NBA Finals. You forget, will has scored four points in that game. He was named M V P. He scored four points. The Hawks are going to need a lot more than four points from Trae Young to beat the Milwaukee Bucks and they're already shorthanded going into this series. But this is It's a situation where what can you ask of Trae Young and without him? Can you generate enough offense? There was a comment last night made by Jeff Van Gundy and Mark Jackson. And they're always complaining about this. NBA is a lot softer than when they coached and they played here is their comments last night. I am sick of the CIS ification.
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"Yeah but But yeah like. I think when you start messing with the legacy characters that's when it gets a little tricky and i really hope that they pull it off because it's going to change how we see episode for dude if fucking obi wan and fucking darth vader. Have another battle together jake dude. It's kind of ridiculous. I really don't want that to happen. But it's gotta happen. It's like time you saw me. I was you're the master. I was the princess. And i haven't i haven't felt this presence in log. Time of li-. Yeah it's like what the fuck is going on four years ago but are they just going to have seen these too like a part and reacting to different things. I don't understand. i don't understand. Because i do think at the end of the day you're going to have to see these characters like together in the same scene. Am i crazy and less like baiters tied to the story. Like he's looking for luke or some shit and obi one's doing something else but like you know. The stories are somehow interwoven. Luke and land even on his radar. He does not know about loops existence until a show. that's what i'm saying like they. They can't they can't not have him on and have them not interact. So what are they going to like. Get like see each other. Give each other head nods like week. I don't wanna see it. Like if i had my choice of like things but like at this point now like we all just figure out that. Hopefully you said there's got to be a reason why they're doing so. Yeah yeah yeah let's see. Let's see all right guys. That's the episode. i wanna thank. I wanna tristen. thanks. I love fucking having you on. Hello is our. I love having wine. I love having you on renew responsive at my at my phone. Are you asian. Their goddamn long is i. Don't get a toss it as a guest. Good you all you went down on the power rankings by two points. i'll take a low tasted. Choose one of my favorite people that have on jake. I love paris. That i do argument for me. I always feel like if i ask him on is like is it too soon too soon because like he was just on like a month ago and i felt like man. Listen listen again or something. What's up you can ask not the president. You can ask me if you want me to be all. Here's the thing but doing a doing an episode. I know i this every week. Because i'm jake do it every week. I'm a machine or machines though jake like we're we do this every fucking week. Can we watch it all this shit schedule at this point. We know it's coming. We do it. But i know i'm asking a lot of my guests when i fuck in like. Oh here's the list. It's like seventy guy you know. I know i know it's a lot and i feel like i don't wanna burn people out man and i love having you on. I never wanna scare you away. And so i just i'm just. I'm really thankful every time you come on the episode and not blowing a little bit. Yeah you know what. I'm fucking i'm pretending that you just fucking used your mask four point. Oh you know you you you've you've upgraded to the four point. Oh you went to manscaping dot com. You fucking use the code twenty at checkout to save yourself twenty percents off the four point out.
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"My son graduated with a four point to my daughter. She is an a plus student. And if you give her an Asian Calling you up getting an email from Jada Luda If she doesn't get an a plus, you know, Tommy, But you are an amazing example of a strong black woman here in the city grew up like you said in Harlem is so successful. Did you have a mentor growing up? I had a mentor growing up. Well, you know what? It's so funny. Um, I didn't really have access to other than my family, and I got to say I have an amazing family shout out to the branches and the Wembley's out there. Had an amazing family. They will push me for success. But I got to tell you something really interesting. When I graduated law school, I went to Tora Law School. I am Started working for a firm and the partner of the firm, Neill. Brody had been doing this for about 20 or 30 years at that time, and he was rough. He was a rough customer. And, you know, he took me under his wing. I guess he saw something in me that I didn't see in myself. Because I never really saw myself as a leader at the time. I just told myself as an employee. And he would give me really difficult cases they handle. He would walk me through it. He would talk to me about it. He was pushing my confidence. He was encouraging me to go out there and just do it. So I've got two in my Korea and where I am now as managing partner off a minority and woman own law firm. I've got to give him a lot of credit. Because he saw something in me, and he cultivated that skill. That technique. Um, the confidence you've seen it in six minutes s o we have in six minutes. You know, I do want to ask you, though, Talking about black history month You mentioned some people that Mentors and that you know, along the way throughout your childhood, especially influenced you and I just saw this movie one night in Miami, and it was good, but I think it was great, but I thought it was good between the King did a nice job that night in Miami, with Muhammed Ali and Jim Brown and Sam Cooke and Malcolm X. On unnoticed outside of David Banks. You didn't name a lot off man and a woman alive today all you did mention Kamala Harris. Barack Obama that influence people the way maybe some of those folks stayed going back 40 or 50 years ago. Who are the people? Because I don't listen. Common Kapnick LeBron James, I got to tell you, they cause a lot as much polarization, I say due respect. So who are the folks out there today? Tanya? That you would say these are the people that represent black History Month? The way it should be. My mind goes straight to his media. Corbett, Doctor Kids Media Corbett. She is an African American black American scientists who is groundbreaking in the development of the vaccine for Cove it and I think that that woman eyes brilliant she would find so Johnson and Johnson. She's she's with the vaccine research. I believe she's with the Vaccine Research Institute. Um And don't quote me, But I know that she was just honored for her work and helping to develop a vaccine. And that to me is worth mentioning because you know that a lot of black Americans are dying from Cove. It And I think we're a lot of them are so afraid to get the vaccine And that's what Dr Romel Maloney atop Dr O B. G Y in in Westchester is really passionate about. Empowering women and black America's black Americans. To really look at the vaccine as a way to prevent themselves from getting cove it as a way off of stopping the deaths in our community. We're so hesitant. To take the vaccine because of lack of education. Lack of awareness. Lack of, you know, um, having doctors in the community to they could reach out to and talk to you and say, Hey, this is okay. But we have to do our research. And we have to follow people like Dr Corbett people like Dr Maloney and and make sure that if the vaccine is a line, you should be on get on that vaccine line and get off the covert testing line. Skepticism with Tuskegee experiment I mean a lot of citizens in there. Understandably, it was Selva celebrating Black History Month with Tanya Branch. She is the managing partner of the New York office of Quintero's creator Would and boy a P A. Is Tanya Branch, New York born and bred as I mentioned Ah, Tanya, your face lit up when you talked about your kids and how successful they are because of education on I think education is paramount with kids in the black community in any community, as a matter of fact, But tell us about education with you. It was everything looking. You know you're so successful. And your kids as well. Tell us how important education is. I can't be stressed enough. I don't think no, I cannot be stressed enough. Education is super important because you give yourself opportunities with education. You give yourself a better lifestyle with education. You give yourself you know better excellence with education, more success with education. Um you have to be a part of The narrative When you looking for a job, you have to be part of the fight for the better jobs and in order for you to stand out, you have to be able to say I'm educated. I am educated. I received my degree. I received my degree and I worked hard for it. You know, within the black community like myself. It wasn't easy for me to go to school and I'll tell you I work full time. Um, I lived in Queens. When I went to law school. I worked a full time job in Manhattan so I could take the train from Queens. So go to my head work a full time.
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"The matchup. Lisette, Kansas City was a four point favorite over the bills. When the homes went down in that game, I got injured. That number dropped down to three. So it wouldn't be surprised for me to get it back up before it'll be another one of those games that you're really gonna want to look around. If you like the build our shop around, See if you can find a four or 3.5. If you like. The chief might want to take it now grab it while store three. It's Ah, It's an exciting time in obviously having a concussion situation or whatever. It is surprising to be back. But you kind of knew that he would. I mean, you do, have you not, I mean It's a chance to get back there to get it done again. It is just an amazing thing. Now. What's game or both? I mean, this is like it's all you want. I mean, it's everything that you want in these games have been fantastic. And there is something that I personally have found as much as I'd like the Bangles to be there, and I enjoyed watching the Browns. I'm sorry they lost, but you know where it goes. But not having an emotional connection. Bring something else to the table. Forget about wagering, although that's what you live and breathe writing about, But I mean, just purely just to watch these games in the last week or so has just been spectacular. The great and there were. These are our final three football games of the year. And if you think back into the summer, and they're starting the fall in September, we don't even know if we're gonna have a football season. So to get this far and get down to the last three games, I'm certainly gonna enjoy me too. Now. I don't know We didn't prep you on this to say, Hey, I want to, but I'm just curious Khanna McGregor is part of this UFC thing That's going is tomorrow night. And you'll be a part of the main event because it's kind of MacGregor. He's 22 4. I think it's not undefeated but pretty stout, and everybody knows who he is. What what is the Vegas looking at? When it comes to these type of things in the money being thrown around? And and how does that look is that it's a weird thing, or is it not? I mean, this is a pretty common men has been around forever, but still weird. What is it? The 257th fight situation card that they've had to write. Their USC is one of the most Uh, sports in the growing the most in the betting market, you're starting to see more and more money. Bet on these sites on a regular basis, and no fighter in UFC attracts more betting interest is in Connor McGregor. And that's been the case So far. The bulk of the money is on Connor. He's about a minus $300. Favorite. So you gotta leave three about $300 to $100 about numbers grown pretty significantly over the weeks and he's attracting the big money to there's been to six figure bets already reported earlier this week. 100,000 sports for Point spread and 188,000 at sandal and writing three When the late 188,000 You're looking at anything about 60,001 in 321, So, uh, some big Ben's already coming in, and Vegas is really anticipating of large handle overall, pretty good. What if I not asked you that matters that you want to share with people over me or anyone else? David bring the pain person from ESPN Shock. Nothing, just like I said, You know, if we look back in 68 months ago with this, we didn't even know if we'd be getting to the finals of the Super Bowl and the Conference championship so open with the football fans get to enjoy it. It's always a A sad day when the last football game is over, and s. So let's enjoy this last couple weekends and see what happens. There you go. We'll check in with you leading up to the Super Bowl again. Thanks for making time. It's always good to talk to man. You sound like you're in better spirits. Whatever it was, it was talking to me the bothered you're what I have that effect on people or otherwise. But it Z good to have you back on the radio. So thank you. You got it certainly Have a good weekend. You too. He's David. Bring the pain program from ESPN Shock Sterling back in a minute. Update on your weather. See what this weekend looks like with your nine first morning forecast back on 700 wlw there one win away from the Super Bowl Conference championships, and we've got the action life exciting, and Tom Brady and his Buccaneers had to Green Bay to face Aaron Rodgers and the Packers to set a tone. It's motive. Kansas City where Josh Alan and the Bills go head to head with the defending world champion Cheese. That's awesome toughness. I get every second of the action beginning Sunday at 2 700. W L. 10 John. Two Marines moving is something special. We hired current in prior military..
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"For Keith Williams. Cats have to set their defense. I wonder if they're gonna put Mama doing the back or traditionally, they like to put him in the front over the ball, But you don't have rent protection. If you do that second foul shots up Good Cincinnati trails by five With 5 58 left, They'll still put you up front. You know, so they're gonna go 131, and you are correct. As Tulsa gets close to center court Joyner passing it ahead for Haywood, Now on the wing Rochelle Cross court pass dangerous one caught by Joyner Mama duty are playing the front spot in that 131 zone. Heywood, driving through two defenders running left hand scoop up and in Can't be stationary as a defender. Tulsa 59 Cincinnati 52 Williams, Isolated left corner now takes it up toward the top of the keys were down to 5 22 to go. Cincinnati trailing by seven Williams near the top of the key. He'll shoot a three point shot. Got it? And he was hit in the face. Sort of been in an one, but no foul, called Cincinnati called a Time out 5 14 left and the bear Cats pull within four on the three point basket by Keith Williams. He has struggled from the Florida Day He was two for 11 Prior to that Make He stepped up and buried a three to make it a four point game. I think you've lost even more hair dance since his game began. I mean, I'm serious. You and I have been sitting here. As we describe what seems to be frustrating on our part, Janet's a two possession game. It's a four point game. Keep his a shot. I'm going to set their press and if they can get a stop defensively, if they can rotate and help the guards were fronting the post they had weak side help. Now they can secure the rebound to get out and run and spread the floor. He continued Attack downhill and not just settle for threes, but put pressure on that defense, forcing the bigs to step out and play defense. I got a chance to bear cats have never had the lead today. Tolson made a three point basket in the first minute. Bear. Cats briefly tied it in the second half, but they have never been ahead there behind by 45 minutes and 14 seconds to go. So you got your big shot maker Jeremiah Davenport keep looks like he's ready to take these five minutes left in the game and save room and make something special. Joyner passes it for Michelle Hill dribble past the time line. Cincinnati extending its own defense a bit Joyner on the center court logo. 504 to go tell us with a ball in a four point lead. Yes, those 23 matchup zone now they put due back down on the baseline. Joyner to Rachelle Outside the arc. Harvey defends her shell with shot clock at 10 Passes to the free throw line. Jackson throws a dangerous past. Caught in the corner by Heywood Lobs it outside Rachelle 43 short Offensive Rebound. Edo Whoa! Guarded by Mamadou Diarra hits a cutting, Rachelle reverse layup up and in All because of the offensive rebound. Offensive rebounds. Harvey in the front court for Cincinnati passes for two Julius Here's Diarra swings and right for Keith Williams trying to drive on Rachelle Tough bank shot no good rebounded by Tulsa bad shots. Is off balance and he's falling away. Toss his ball. 61 55 a six point lead. Pete Williams playing hero ball too often with the game on the line. Hey, what dribbling bounces it for Jackson into the lane. He doe woo spins right hand shot. Good. Mamadou can't foul, but he's allowing you Player to catch the ball in front of them without any resistance of the arm across the shoulder. New career high for Ray Edo Woo 16 points and seven for eight shooting Harvey with a high our King Rainbow three. He hits it when the bear Cats Desperately had to have it and Cincinnati pulls within 5 63 58 3 40 to go It also will drain clock with a five point advantage. 3 32 remaining Joyner outside the arc left. He does sets a pick now Heywood.