21 Burst results for "Gary Johnson"
"gary johnson" Discussed on The Rubin Report
"It's not about michael jordan. Was michael jordan scottie. Pippen still pretty good. You know bill wedding to not so good but he was on the team he did some good stuff too and got a couple of rings figure out your place in the wider world. And i like the idea of thinking about things sort of through a team. A team aspect. James ron says colonial to really save california. I think we've addressed already. I think it's possible. I think it's possible. Like if i didn't think it was possible. That what the hell would i be doing with my life. Why would be interviewing him. Why would i be talking about the ideas. I believe in like even in a crazy state. Anything can happen and remember this. Just think back to election night. Two thousand sixteen on air with the daily wire guys and andrew. Klavan said something to me. That really has stuck with me since then and credited him with this many times since when it was happening when we started realizing trump was gonna win and suddenly some of the states started rolling in it was like holy shit. The thing that nobody thought could happen is about to happen. Orangemen is going to be president. Hillary who is being handed. Everything is not going to be president. And at that time. I had voted for gary johnson. I wasn't happy with either one of those candidates. Obviously my feelings on trump change but like we were watching..
"gary johnson" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"News talk leader. Hey, already that 26 minutes after three o'clock tomorrow we continue our conversation with tutors of ST John's College. David Karl joins us tomorrow. Also Kevin Collins from the Albuquerque Isotopes. They kick off the season home opener on Thursday. Talk about what that's gonna look like how that's gonna work. Katherine Lewin from the Center field reporter. He has the cover story in this week's Local newspaper. Normal Ganapathy gonna party. From Susan's fine wine and spirits. Also another Susan Susan, twice blessed the Birds. Is there is there book and it is amazing story, True story about her connection. Her husband's connection. To the bird. That's tomorrow on Thursday. We will talk with Alan AL felt and some of his team. Central Park, and they want to be the master developer, the Midtown campus. On Friday. We will travel to Tuscany travel to Italy Find out out the Over situation is in Italy. All right, quick, time out back with former Governor Gary Johnson. Will be coming right back to the Richard he'd show the voice of Santa Fe here on Katie RC Santa Fes news talk leader. Hi. Welcome to all gone show. It's great to see you today. That's how every member is welcome to all gone show because we are a community that is here not only for your health, but also to support clarity and self esteem. It's time to get.
"gary johnson" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"You want. You can take control of the airwaves here. And we're still doing some election. Recap stuff. There's still some stuff were they talking about? I definitely wanted to discuss Joe Jorgensen and the libertarians. I, by the way I did here, was it? I think it was months. No, it was Wyoming. I think it was Wyoming. There's actually like a state representative. A libertarian won a state representative seat for like the first time in decades. Nice on and I mean, like, in decades for the entire country. Because Libertarian Party candidates generally will not win the elections that they're in because the mainstream media does not pay them any attention. They don't get a fair shake when it comes to being invited to debates and things like that. But in this particular case, the gentlemen in Wyoming who won Was in two way race, so he actually had a chance. And if your libertarian running in a two way race you actually will get some news media thinks the other candidate I think was a Democrat. OK? Yeah. So kudos Teo to that guy, Unfortunately, not much else to say about Wyoming Toll free numbers. 8 55 4 50 free. It was the second place state in the free state project. We were You were saying it on the air? No, but I think we might have set it off here. But It was the state of Alaska. You were saying you had voted in second place for the free state project 10 states where they had free state project this migration of libertarians to one target state. They had 10 states from which to choose. It was back in 2002. I think when the vote happened, maybe now I think it's 2003 was 2003. When the vote happened. Wyoming ended up getting second place in that vote. After New Hampshire and New Hampshire won by a landslide compared to Wyoming. If I recall correctly, Alaska finished third in a particular election, and I don't recall where where the other states were. But it was Alaska where Libertarian Joe Jorgensen actually did the best. She got 2.7% of the votes nationwide. However, she's got about 1.1% so nowhere near is close as Gary Johnson did in 2016. I don't think that's because Gary Johnson was a better candidate than Joe Jorgensen. I think that Joe Jorgensen was a fine candidate. You know, she's she was, I think a better one than than Gary Johnson, but she just didn't get any media attention at all. She did do some campaigning to do some, you know, physical RIA life campaigning, or she actually went places so kudos to her for that. But the amount of total campaigning that one could do this year was severely limited. The number of venues available to do anything in was limited. And the media attention was entirely limited. I mean, it's always hard for libertarian to get to get any kind of news media and I don't remember seeing a whole lot for Joe Jorgensen. Nobody. I don't know if you recall any particularly noteworthy. Joe Jorgensen campaign events or mentions. I mean, no, they pretty much Ah, they pretty much under the the news media is All in. Well, they're mostly in for the Democrats, but they're all in for the duopoly. Yeah, for sure. You know, it's the duopoly that pays their bills and pays their bribes on. That's who they're going to support Always. Now she gets the U. S. A Today article after the fact. Yeah, well, once it's safe, they might say something about her. And it is no worthy that she is the difference between the candidates and some of these tossup states so she'll probably get some more coverage after the fact and you know what libertarians should take the coverage where they can get it. I mean, ultimately, the whole point of a candidate like Joe Jorgensen is to get the word out. About freedom to do that is effectively a cz they possibly can. So she is, you know, great job says here, and that's pretty much a story from U S a today But I also have one from reason, which is, of course, a pretty libertarian publications. I wanted to get there. Perspective on things A CZ. Well, they're right with the most of the electoral college map filled out the morning after Election Day. Libertarian Party presidential nominee Joe Jorgensen had already received the second highest number of votes in her party's 49 year history. That's 1.58 million. And counting. Now, Of course, there are more people in the country than there were 49 years ago. So it's not really fair to compare the number of votes that a candidate receives. But comparing percentages certainly makes sense going on Jordan's in a psychology lecturer at Clemson in the 1996 running mate of LP stalwart Harry Browne is currently at 1.14% of the national vote. A tick above the party, 2nd and 3rd best showings, which was Ed Clark from 1980, who got 1.6% and Gary Johnson, who received 0.99% back in 2012. Would vote still being tallied and nails still being bitten in several battleground states. Jordan's UN's vote total currently exceeds the margin between President Donald Trump and former vice president Joe Biden in three states in Michigan, in Wisconsin and in Nevada. And actually, this was written a couple days ago or a day and a half ago, so they don't know they didn't know that now in Pennsylvania, she's also exceeding the margin. So basically in all of the battleground states, Joe Jordan sin exceeds the margin. The 1.14% marks a steep drop off from Gary Johnson's 3.28% Back in 2016. There are several reasons for the Libertarian Party to see the glass as half full in these results For one, Jorgensen beat every other third party and independent candidate in all 50 States and the District of Columbia. Sorry, Kanye. The libertarian Is Quinn toppling the Green Party nominee, Howie Hawkins. Current total of 0.23%. So the Green Party fell off the radar this year in a pretty big way. If you recall it was 2012 and 2016, both the Green Party candidate and the Libertarian Party candidate were the same. And what I mean by that is the Green Party candidate was the same in 2012 2016. And also the Libertarian Party. So it was. It was the green Party gals name. It was Oh, Gary Johnson and It was. It was a female..
"gary johnson" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Was being told on a daily basis. I'm voting for Evan McMullin. You should, too. Don't vote for Donald Trump Vote for Ron Johnson. But don't vote for Donald Trump. I think we're under estimating the impact of thousands and thousands of Evan McMullin voters or Gary Johnson voters and Gary Johnson is like one of the grand poobah paws off libertarianism. Joe Jorgensen. I could honestly not tell you a single thing about her. That consolidation of conservative leaning Republican leaning voters is significant in states where the margin was very, very narrow. And consider this Because of what I believe to be the influence of talk radio and the anti trump and all fully admit during the primer. I didn't yet have a talk show, but I was doing conservative commentary on us and in Milwaukee. And I was writing articles against Trump. I was not sold on Trump. I thought it was a publicity stunt. And to be perfectly honest with you. I wasn't totally sold on the trump presidency until after about the first year when I realised he's governing as a conservative and on policy, there is literally nothing that's not toe like from a conservative Republican perspective. From tax cuts to deregulation, too, especially the corporate tax. When Republicans they're just earned for corporations know what that did was allow for the repatriation of a whole ton of money. And, oh, incidentally, incidentally, GDP gross domestic product increased by. Are you ready for it? 33.1% in the third quarter. You can tell the Drudge report is totally anti Trump because this would be the blaring sirens in any other year. This is not only by far a record in American history. We did see a 32% drop, but it also ends the recession that we were in. We saw GDP growth. After the economy was totally shut down. This is massive news, which, of course, is going to be buried. There were projections as high as 36%. There were some naysayers and well, maybe it will be 20%. But it's still gonna be Don't know. The Atlanta Fed was saying 33 34% pretty much routinely. Now we know 33.1% GDP growth in the third quarter. The economy. Is it showing that V shaped recovery that President Trump promised because off the conservative policies and tax climate that were in place before that allowed struggling businesses to get back on their feet quicker? They're not paying as much in taxes. They were therefore able to preserve some of the revenue that they had. They were ableto have more of a safety net. In other words, This is extremely important. But something else. That's kind of flown under the radar, especially in Wisconsin, is that Ron Johnson running for reelection against Russ Feingold in what was a rematch of their 2010 race when Johnson scored a huge upset? Johnson drew Mohr votes than Donald Trump. This suggests to me that Trump has more room for growth. And Biden does. Biden would need almost unprecedented in a pandemic. Youth vote turnout 18 to 24 year olds Black vote Hispanic vote Here's the problem. Trump is doing much better even than he did in 2016 amongst both Hispanics and black voters. Now will that be offset by senior citizens who are voting for Biden and greater numbers? Seniors are far more reliable voters as a demographic group than almost anybody else. So that to me is the big X factor. That's the big variable. It's not suburban women. It's senior citizens, and they Are. It seems turning Mohr on the issue of Covad than other voters. So if seniors just all break for Biden Reliable Republican voters just break for Biden. There's just no chance Trump's gonna be able to make that up. I'm not seeing the evidence of that happening and I mean, you could see a massive show for Biden amongst independent voters in North Carolina, though we're seeing independent voters break something like 47 41 for Trump. Which is probably expected because a lot of Republicans remember call themselves independent, but they vote for Republicans every single time. They're independent conservatives. This is why you're seeing this break The data that I'm seeing right now suggests a very close race. And it suggests that the state that is going to turn likely this entire thing is going to be Pennsylvania time now to win you $1000 in our fall fortune cash contest the word to text in and when right now is money M o n e y money. You've got until the top of the hour to text the word money to 202 100. You will get a text confirming entry. Plus I heart radio information, Standard data and message rates apply in this nationwide contest. Good luck. We'll be right back..
"gary johnson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"It's grown and grown you've kind of forgotten about it so. Yeah. So I can't talk to the Libertarian presidential candidate without mentioning the phrase that everyone says that getting Libertarians to agree on anything is like hurting a bunch of cats and I think when people think of the Party the Party itself, they think of the naked guy running onstage all the crazy characters and everything else. What these thing the libertarians have perhaps done wrong if the ideas are right. Well. I think what we all did wrong decades ago was tried to focus on philosophy although I think the Libertarian Party pretty much had to do it because when the party started forty years ago, we didn't have. Or more than forty years ago fifty years ago we didn't have. All of these outlets, we didn't have all these educational groups, all these research institutions so we pretty much had to do it all. So we focus on philosophy, and in fact, it's interesting reading be original libertarian papers that talk about how we shouldn't even run candidates or political party maybe not run candidates because our job is to educate will now we no longer need to do that, and so that's why I'm so happy to be the candidate and I'm really glad that I was able to draw together both the pragmatic caucus and the radical caucus. Who Somewhat agreed on me because when I'm trying to do is, I'm trying to give practical message to the American public and not talk about self ownership not talk about me talk about okay. You know what? You're having a hard time paying your mortgage because the your health care bills are so high. You know or we hear about people being sent off around the world and you know your friends, your neighbors relatives being killed in a senseless war. So let's talk about things that they care about and take off our philosophy hat and put on our political hat. Do you think that there's a better chance because of what you said earlier? That this is the year to make the dent because it seems to me like there was in the summer before the election, there was suddenly this buzz for a few weeks of like, Oh maybe there's this libertarian thing that could happen or at least I mean I did a video in August when I said that I'm going to vote for Gary Johnson I said really look maybe he can't win but I at least want to get the guy in a debate. Now you did not get in the debates. So I'm guessing you're not to happy about that but. What about combating the system? Like can you just talk about what it's been like to combat the two party thing Oh It's been an uphill battle and what people don't realize is well, the one thing that I hate is how the Libertarian Party is put as one of the other third parties right and I've been asked, will you debate the other third parties and my answer is no because we need to be on the debate stage with the Democrats and Republicans we are the only political party other. Than the Democrats and Republicans to have a presidential candidate on the ballot and back to back presidential elections, you know we have joined the adult table and that's the way we need to be treated and it is frustrating. But of course, the Democrats and Republicans, they don't want us anywhere near because we're going to show that there is a real alternative and we keep hearing the media talk about. Talk about you know to old rich white guys and I would say that's not even the worst part. The worst part is neither of home is going to let you make your own decisions. Neither of home is going to let you spend your own money, neither of whom is going to bring the troops home and neither of whom is going to do anything but crushing healthcare costs, and so I've been telling people, Hashtag fake debates because if we don't get the message out there, then people aren't going to see A. Real alternative because there's really not a alternative, they create a lot of fake drama but they're both big government people as we saw with trump and so now we just have to wait and see what happens and we hear the the debate commission who of course is made up of half Democrats. Half Republicans you know wouldn't serve the American people. You know too many people on stage forgetting that you know we saw what nine Democrats on the stage at a time and they can't have three or even four and also. When you look at the debates limiting to, it's not there to help the American people. It's there to help the Democrat and Republican Party. They truly do have a monopoly on that. All. Right. So let's back up for a second because you mentioned that fifty years ago. There was this debate whether the liberty or even run a candidate. So for for some people that are watching this right now that don't fully get what libertarian is. Can you do libertarian one? Oh, one and sort of what is you know the the reason that it's so hard to heard these cats is when you talk libertarians, there's always someone that wants less government. So you get it to lessen. Then someone says lesson then someone's is less and less and less until you're endlessly everyone it always ends in the debate about driver's licenses or something like that. What what is a libertarian to you? I say Libertarian is somebody who's on your side and at the side of the politicians, bureaucrats, lobbyists, the special interests, and I tell people that you know best what's best for you and not the people in Washington here and simple you should be able to make your decisions about education health care. The home you can't go to your job and people I. Think. Is Rather Ironic that my family came here for freedom and at the old country was giving them more freedom at least with in this regard. Right so would you have left the decisions about lockdowns up to the states because in effect? That's what trump basically has done. I assume that that you're okay with that right you wouldn't have wanted this to be a federal mandate. Well again, actions speak louder than words trump was encouraging the states to lockdown I think the governor's were following his lead because the president is enrolled leadership and I think they were only doing what he wanted them to. Now he's saying open back up we had but you already told us to close down so. He shouldn't have given that message to begin with and what frustrates me is it's one more example where people are thinking that they only have one decision that that we should all vote and have one decision and we don't people are under the mistaken impression that if the government doesn't tell us to wear masks, we're nowhere masks and Walmart, shot that down Walmart has a. Policy where you have to wear a mask if you're if you work there if you're vendor or a shopper whoever you have to wear masks and Walmart. So why can't we have a world in which we vote with our feet or vote with our dollars if we want to wear a mask, then we go to Walmart and we don't want to wear masks we go. To other stores. Why can't we have that and it's really frustrating because on my local new show the gut, the mayor of the city where I live required started requiring a mask for all grocery stores and drugstores, and so they do the man on the street you know interview asking do you think we shall for masks and sure some people were saying, yes, it's. A good idea other people were saying no, and it was frustrating that nobody said we'll wait a minute. How can we all have to follow the same rule and that's what I try to get across the idea with Libertarians is how about we each do what we want to do, and we don't need the government timeless tour masks.
"gary johnson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"That's the our come as you are and you don't have to keep learning with Jim. Yeah and that's the thing I mean like I'd rather have a bunch of people I mean. You have talked in the past. I've told you one hundred times I'd rather have you know if I could rather have one hundred members who join up to the Libertarian Party. Who really don't know what it is versus. Twenty people who know what it is and who holds the statement of Principles very true near and dear to their heart right so I would rather have twenty people. Recruited versus one hundred. That don't know why they're there. And they got conned into it right because numbers don't really matter and again how many of these people who voted for Gary Johnson. Teff stuck around the Libertarian Party. Not that matter. Yeah Though Yeah. That was one of the points is going to make. Is that every single election. We see this big. Risa they get the candidate they want in then while listen they disappear. When election happens they don't make it on the stage with dumb and dumber in everything else goes it goes back to. What I'm saying is that there is no foundation in either party in if we keep going. Hey we're the little brother he will you pay attention to me. Can we go hang out at kings table and just get a little scrap? Can you legitimize right? Can you please put us on the lane mainstream media? Please because then what do we have? Oh Gosh now we're legitimized and here's the other problem that I see in the party. Is that when you don't explain what we're Abou? Then the people that have that morality than matches with a party. Don't make it to the party. Because they see a bunch of games a bunch corruption and they see just the same thing bright because when people pick an organization right you can liken this to a church you can liken this to any voluntary you know organization and because your morals match that organization. It's not the other way around right. Fine what matches you. You don't go. I'M GONNA walk into this organization and Chan. I'm going to match my morals. Now doesn't work that way. That's right I'm with you Ben. That's a good point. That's a good point. Like yeah the people you know. I'm picking this organization. Because my morals aligned with that organization the Organization shouldn't change to appease the common man. This is a reason why.
"gary johnson" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Right now there's no obligation but you do need to call us by tonight at ten PM call triple eight plane wreck that's triple eight plan Rick and call us right now this thank you for your post news coming during your mind during a recent press conference president trump brought out Mike Lindell better known as the my pillow guy to announce that his company be making masks to help combat the spread of the corona virus the response to windows potentially lifesaving efforts mockery mostly now I can't understand how seeing the dude you'd only ever seen hawking pillows suddenly take the stage at a presidential press conference can be a little jarring what's more I can actually also understand some level of mockery to I'm a non religious Gary Johnson voter and even if I weren't either of those things I probably still would have been able to stop myself from rolling my eyes at windows claim that god himself and brought president trump to us in twenty sixteen at the same time though I think that amid all the eye rolling no matter how warranted it maybe we missed the chance to talk about something else that's quite warranted to the way that private companies have been making a difference in our fight against this pandemic make no mistake efforts such as windows are not just commendable they're actually crucial in our fight against the corona virus I'm not saying that the government has no role to play in fighting this pandemic it certainly does well the truth is far too much of the conversation on this issue is completely centered on debates around the government response when reality shows us that the government is only one part of the equation in fact the examples of private companies aiming to make a difference.
"gary johnson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Game what happened with listed in that war was that he was getting to the end of the game type Gary Johnson was up by one we were in our zone playing defense and all of a sudden their team shot it we are receiving burns you got the puck behind the net and I just blew the Sony studios on as fast as I could because I knew he was going to get it the song of the Middle East fire nice pass and I corralled it took off down the center of the ice they had someone hounding me with John so big he was able to keep this defender off of them so it was just John the goalie and the net gather the pot by ripped a shot top corner of the goal in a one in new goalie deflection noted down just a solid skills there is this sort of this moment of his black laughter from the player is being waited to be interviewed laughter from media downstairs just on vital joy in watching it all happen I was just like it is even happening like it a third be like I think I can physically see the smile on his face from up on the stand the guys on the ice jumped on me they're like holy cow the final chapter of the John Scott story at least as a pertains to the all star game is this really beautiful thing.
"gary johnson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"You know, he ran for office, he helps he's got a little Jacob. He has like he has like, give me money. Yeah, we're gonna do it. You're goes moaning about those spend other people's money really good for you. Good. I want what you want. There's a party thing going on your manager. Joy sign-up up. Give me getting. So you go I what am I gonna get for? Well, they're the national libertarian everywhere. Everything it's thin. I've been through this before this thirty years. And I'm telling you see the thing coming with the thing is it's the coke. That's. They, they look at liberty as voting block that they can influence became makers on different congressional races, and so on, and they're playing, you know, presidential politics now with just a month. Right here comes just he's gonna tell Republicans are gonna tell Republic libertarians, they'd been doing it. Wrong. Yeah. Yeah. We had bar. He was a congressman. I gave him some voiding their that they tried to fill with Republican don't give a crap. Okay. Then then you had Gary Johnson. Then it was. Gary Johnson Bill. Weld, then Bill wells going to run for libertarian, and nobody was, you know, they just so he kind of Bandon Nassar now he's registered done and running as a presidential candidate against Trump and the Republican primary. Okay. You know about this. So he's doing that. He was at pork fest to speak on Sunday morning or Saturday morning at ten pork fest. You know, how many people went to see him and idea. I didn't go, but the thing. I'm just like, really this really or whatever you know. So I don't know how that went. So then. You have for the presidential nomination all of a sudden, just in a mosh comes out. Yeah. There's some stuff here, and this is the price of admission. Yeah. I think we should impeach Trump. We have. Oh boy. Somebody that was a trigger for something. Well he does that now..
"gary johnson" Discussed on NutriMedical Report
"And welcome back. And of course, I want to continue this dialogue, because I believe we are in the sickener end times the truth is going to be brought up by not only documents and pictures that you have, for example, the one that I'm going to post up the league this show, Searle's McCain, making deals. I mean I just read off the caption below it. I mean it's mind boggling, isn't it? And when people didn't understand as the attack, which is by the way with this guy. Jason mosh is GOP calling for a he's a member of, of care, which is mostly organizations, a Palestinian so-called, member of the GOP. Why the hell is the GOP member for? For. And the, the Ron Paul's and stuff like that for a long time. They were maybe he was just matriculating gathering information. It look what happened to the. The libertarian party last time, they put the nominated William Weld for vice presidency afar. And that Gary Johnson from, from New Mexico. So all those years of so called talking free enterprise, and stuff.
DNA links uncle to missing Utah girl, police say
"The search for missing five year old girl has stretched into a fourth day in Utah with policing or twenty one year old uncle is the suspect in her disappearance. Logan police chief Gary Johnson told reporters Tuesday that investigators have strong evidence including DNA linking. Alex Whipple to the disappearance of Elizabeth Lizzie, Shelly. She was reported missing Saturday morning. Police chief Jackson says they have gotten plenty of tips in the search for the five year old we had hundreds of tips some substantiate substantiated some thought video surveillance, you know, your Bill cans, and that kind of stuff that have been helpful to us because we've been able to rule out some things that have been initially suggested Jensen talks about the twenty one year old uncle who is a suspect cases progressing. We have strong evidence. Connecting our visit was found in a rural area and
"gary johnson" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Whole thing and the staff party freaking out. Shut up shoulda geared for the by plate linguini. This is Don Trump got by every single person in that White House, and I can't wait for Thursday today. She this report because if your name should shipping that I'm that great Jay bad covered for you. It's getting fired at ready to go. By the way. He's got a he's got somebody who's going to be challenged again in twenty twenty look at this. This just Hamath a wire Bill weld, former Massachusetts Governor Bill weld has officially announced he is challenging Trump for the GOP nomination twenty twenty how about that. Filed just one you've got seventeen eighteen nineteen twenty something like that Dem's that are going to challenge you we're winning who's who's going to be the Republican is going to come in there and jump in this guy that nobody knows. And I was right. I said he was he ran with Gary Johnson. Yeah. As the libertarian, right? So I've been this guy really likes the up hill battle does. I mean, really he's going to be the Republican against Trump. Yeah. He's just like just looking at now he's gonna get destroyed. I know this looking at him I can just tell and I was I was saying Garrett. I because you know, I was all over the Gary Johnson thing, you know, all about the the end of the two party system. Green green. Gary Johnston was was like a good media. He had like a good media personality. But I thought Bill weld had he made a lot more sense in what he was saying because he wasn't stone. But. The whole time. And I even kind of felt if it had been well Johnson, it might as if they would have gone anywhere. They have done a little bit. Yeah. You know, what this is? This is just it is whenever you're the the fringe candidate. This doesn't stand a chance at how he's gonna make a dent. And it's a shame because he's a very bright guy. Very smart. I think he means well, and he had a lot of really good ideas when he was running. So it's a shame. It's a, but it's it really is guys got some big ones going up against Trump. He does. But I think he just he dislikes him number one personally. And also, I think this is just enhances his brand he's thinking, hey, listen, Trump came in as a dark horse in this whole thing in two thousand sixteen everybody knowing took Trump seriously when when he announced he was writing nobody took it seriously. I was like, okay, we'll give him like the first round and yet he himself. So this guy's probably thinking, you know. People don't take me seriously. Who knows what you know? Anything can happen. What the hell before this announcement today? I didn't I kinda knew was, but I didn't know much about him. So now, you get to learn about them. You'll get too smart, dude. You know, you'll get to see them in some of the maybe these debates anyway, so that's the latest with that. One more quick little away away till we come back. The Trumpster is getting involved in the Tiger Woods situation. He's he's jumping right on top of this thing. So I'll tell you about that coming up..
Trump just got his first 2020 Republican challenger
"President Trump may have his first Republican reelection opponent USA's. Chris Barnes reports. Former Massachusetts Governor William weld the first Republican to challenge the president for the twenty twenty GOP nomination weld announcing a New Hampshire on Friday morning that he's created a presidential exploratory committee. It upsets me that our energies as a society. Are being sapped by the president's culture of divisiveness. The seventy three year old world says President Trump is quote too unstable to be president weld was VP candidate on Gary Johnson's failed. Libertarian bid for president in two thousand
"gary johnson" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show
"Are like, well Rogan, you know, Rogan's, you know, right wing guy. And I'm listening to this podcast. And he's like I've never voted for Republican in my life. Right right wing. But there are people that will say that for sure right? Well, that's, but that's my whole point. And then Sam Harris, and I have no idea I gather he's labeled as right wing. I gathered his based on what he's saying that he's labeled as right wing it. Listen, I I know for the Georgia people listen to their like who cares? I don't even know who these people are. I know who Rogan is. But I don't listen to get to your fucking point. Okay. Fine. Well, my point is I am in love with this show. I am an absolute love with this show. And and it's because it's addressing issues in. I guess I would say it's American culture, it might be global. But I certainly feel like it's impacting the United States more. But I you know, what what do I know far as outside of that? What do I know in general on these issues with you know, it's almost become like cliche to say Twitter pitchfork, mafia? So I don't I don't want it to fall to that. But but group think and how people are scared to say something because they could be labeled as a take your pick of whatever is and then it could end their career. And I'm telling you, I I'm seeing it. I mean, it'll level I've never seen it. And it's not even close. I don't know if I was thinking about this stuff. And and I and I was on the receiving end of the pitchfork mafia in two thousand thirteen so I knew it existed. Then I kinda got it in nineteen ninety nine. But there was no Twitter. Then. So but what's going on? Now. I don't know. I'd love to know what the cause of it is like at the real root of it. But I guess it is I guess it is in some capacity tribalism, and it truly is like two teams. It's like left and right. And then you hear so it's funny that I'm reading people talking about how Rogan's on the right? And then he's talking first person plural about if we run somebody who's extreme to the left. We have no chance of beating Donald Trump, and I'm going, okay? I just was reading Joe Rogan is on the right? And he just said apropos of nothing. It was just in the middle of one of these quote random conversations that they have which is why loved the show. That you know, he's never voted for a Republican in his life. And he voted for Gary Johnson, I gather in two thousand sixteen if I'm I guess you could probably confirm that p Gary Johnson got the Joe Rogan bump. Yeah. I'll tell you have to Rogan bump like people actually start talking to him after about him after his on on the show. And then he had that thing where he didn't know anything about foreign policy, but usually he got kind of rich, but at the same time, sometimes I feel like it actually doesn't hurt might help you I can't figure out what is going my. Here's a here's where I'm getting. I listened to that show. And I'm like there really isn't. There isn't a direction. I mean, I'm sure he has a couple of things he wants to talk to. But it just winds up being conversation ca-, I kind of feel like I could do the same thing with David Hon. Who's a guest the posts bash rider, especially as this better together in the merger thing is incredibly hot topic and Saint Louis, and we could just kind of riff off each other and a variety of different topics. I'm sure there's other people that. That some of you listening right now be like I'd like to hear from this person on a regular basis and just kind of on a variety of topics it from my standpoint, it is. So it's just such good broadcasting podcasting thought process, I don't whatever term when I don't love it. So I'm glad that you have reintroduced to the show in fairness, I only listen to it a few years ago, and he was like talking MA. And that's just not really my thing. And I'm like, I get it. He's Emma gay. I get it that there's a huge audience for its personally, not really my thing. So cool good. He's got a good show. He's been in studio in our show before with Charlie Murphy, cool guy, not my thing. So whatever. And now what he's doing? I just think it's so good. I think it's so healthy that people are having these conversations because it is so off the wall. And I I I'm not necessarily scared to talk about it. Because I think it's important to talk about it. What I'm I don't know against. The right word. I'm cognizant of how careful one has to be in order to not like there's some there was some movie that if you did something like it would make like the villain like the fictitious villain in the sci-fi movie aware that you were present. And and I don't know if you can think of what I'm thinking of p because it's a very I try to avoid scary movies. Oh, I didn't know that have to delve into. But I, but that that that if you did something then they knew that you were there sheers some people are screaming at their phones going. How can you not think of this? But either way that's
"gary johnson" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Gary johnson. Yes. Yes. Because it was very exciting. And we're. Exciting. We're gonna get to that point criticize what what what are you doing? Well, oh, it's gotta be big. But. Is there? Now, the school thought is that you do it on a Sunday morning news show to make the noise to be able to have that sage because in front of a shot. You can do that Tim Chuck Todd. You know, he's probably going to be cheering. For Cory Booker. But you've got five people on the panel. That will all be cherry. Exactly. Yeah. Yeah. You know? But that's so I wonder if that's the bigger impact or or a tonight show. Jimmy kimmel. Stephen colbert. That kind of thing because that goes back to kind of the play of well, they're not entertainment shows anymore. They're not political. And you might as well. And you know, you're going to have an audience that loves you friendly live audience gives you the applause the excitement and everything that would be the actually that would be better. That's what I think. You're right. That's what you'd forget about. Sorry. The theater was so twenty sixteen twenty Colbert fifteen twenty twelve years and why you're right there in in New York, right, right, right? Next door right across from New Jersey. It's going to be very easy to you know, to get that coal bears audience. You know is going to be friendly. Do you? You're correct. That's where you do. You have the applause. Don't do it on Twitter. Eight six six ninety redeye. Get in touch.
"gary johnson" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Far, right? Extreme of the Republican party, the far left extreme of the Democratic Party. And I think lifelong Republicans and lifelong Democrats, given a legitimate choice for a better way. We'll find a home. Yeah. He said a word right there legitimate. Because that's what it has to be. It has to be somebody who's willing to go all in somebody who may have to fork over a good portion of his own at least at first his own campaign finances to get his thing rolling and somebody who said, oh, we already have a third part. We don't we have. We've a bunch of of of little useless parties, the libertarian party's is useless, right? Gary Johnson, really Jill Stein. And the green party come on. Right. This guy, I think has the potential, but that's only if he's really going to go all in and see this thing through even if he thinks to himself. I may only get twelve percent. I may only get forty percent, but I can get on the stage. And debate. I think that'll be great. And I think the other thing that people have to understand too. We are so polarized in this country things like abortion. Perfect example, right choice abortion. Whatever you wanna call it climate change. We're so polarized. In certain areas that we may need somebody who disrupts the system and can in many ways deal with both sides to get stuff done to bridge the gap and say, okay, look, you're not gonna get hundred percent up. You're not going to get a hundred percent. I'm not beholding the either of you. So let's get something done. You want to what you are going to go out there and for your constituents and the not even your constituents the people who voted for you because the other side. Doesn't care. You're not going to do anything. That's gonna make them. Happy very rarely. Very very rarely Obama. Didn't do anything the made anybody really on the right side of the aisle. Voter happy and Trump will do nothing to make any minute left. So when you become president half the country didn't vote for you. And they don't want any part of what you have to offer. Maybe having that bridge might be good. I'm just saying it's really something that I think could be interesting, but it really really is one of those things is are you willing to go the full distance at Arctic hare.
"gary johnson" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Yep. And that is the lowest bar weekend. Congratulations. You are the best of the worst. Way to go. I think he's better than Gary Johnson. I'm gonna go that far. Gary Johnson was very what's the word. I'm looking for here. Generic toast generic he was very generic. He was just like like white label presidential candidate. There were some things that I certainly agreed with Gary Johnson appeared to what was coming out of the mouth of everybody else involved. But when you're when you've got a vice presidential candidate, and you're not raining him in all that saying stuff. Like will. You know, if you just take an AR fifteen pull the pin out. Then all of a sudden, it's a WMD, and you know, what the best way to fix terrorism is the drone bomb Yemen. You know, like when you've got status. Threats like that. Did that rhyme right? Actually, Hillary Clinton on one occasion. Yeah. I agree with that. So yeah, he he may not have had the spine. Nice things. I mean, really what what Moore's politics than I'd like what that guy said. Gary Johnson's you. Remember, those magazines. We used to get when we were kids they had stickers in them. And you could put different things in the slot. And it said like Dylan president here. It's just like the outline Gary Gary Johnson is the outline this villain presidential candidate. He looks presidential. Gosh, Democrats who once said these productions were urgently needed are largely opposed to the plan. This refers to Trump's offer to continue DACA were are largely opposed to the plan is the Senate prepares to vote on to funding packages later this week. Yeah. Then that would have been today. Why let's build a wall and opened the border. There.
"gary johnson" Discussed on The Nightly Rant
"I don't know it seems necessary because people aren't getting their voices heard if they submitted electrically they wouldn't be able to skip the box telling the city clerk, what agenda item they wanted to speak on making a required field. And in fact, you know, what we want to know how you save this whole paper versus electron IQ thing. Put a couple of pad kiosks around the room. Oh, yeah. I think people go and fill up the form there. They don't have to print this shit out. And it's done and over with just think just think of the tracking information you could get out of that. Because okay of all the people we speak. You said there was sixteen of 'em at spoke about the homeless shelter. Right. Fifteen from park one from Anaheim. Right. Just think about those demographics you fill out in the card. What city you live in? Right. And then they know if people from Anaheim or people from Cyprus or people from Fullerton, our concern about something Brenna park is doing and I don't know that they should change what they're doing because another city is angry. But I think it's worth considering knowing about like at the depth of what you're saying. But that's my point. You would just do away with the paper altogether. Visit you're going to have an online system for people to raise. Their hand and turning the common car. Do. We the volume is. We'll just have everybody using electron comment card, and then all she has to do. In fact, you know, it'd be great about that. There are all timestamped. Well, just think so you'd know exactly when it was turned in just think about the accuracy of the information provided and the fact that every card it'd be one hundred percent filled out. There wouldn't be any of those issues. They'd get to they get to track things. They know if you got up and talked at every single meeting they'd be able to see that. And they'd be like this, dude. He's really concerned about what's going on in the city or he's just really big Astle one or the other. Well, I was one of the observations that I had though. Some of the people who I've knocking to name names. But some of the people who I haven't really liked very much like don't give me a good feeling is a better way to put it. I finally figured out. It's because they're kind of politician. And you know, me, I don't like the whole politician. He thing right. That's one of the reasons why like Gary Johnson so much as he's just so laid back until like, yeah. Whatever man, whatever happens. Right. And I don't like them when aerial stiff all that politician. And that's what happens is you can see them grandstanding. Yeah. No, we've gotten off on a different tangent. And you were saying you would make your head major last point. Well, it's not a different tangent. Though, it's related to what you were saying didn't say different ten, and I said whole tangent. But any event so many things that you could disagree with. But the best part was up people having their voices heard that was the best part. And you're right. That's why it's a travesty that it happened at the end of the meeting rather than being moved to a more reasonable part where people who finally gave up and left could have had their voices be heard when we went to the open house, and we learned that this thing just dawned on me, go ahead. The city did it want. It put out on social media that they were having that meeting that open house, and they didn't want to notify they didn't wanna. Notify like all the people, and you heard the comments about how that seems really unreasonable. It feels like they're not communicating. It feels like they're hiding things from us by doing what they did at the city council meeting and putting it at the very end it kind of supports that it feels like they're hiding something or job. But I realized what else a realized something I thought about it..
"gary johnson" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"You radicalize them. But that's. Working behind. Carrion receptive? People people who are separately. Gerald Perry had been or nominee in two thousand sixteen and I love you, Honey. He would not have gotten nearly as much votes or publicity, disagree disagree. Average person you could put slinging stage as a libertarian candidate in two thousand sixteen and the monkey would have done just as well. As Jackie, I think Jackie is. If the message is wrong. It's not a libertarian message, which it wasn't. I think in this case, what's the point. What's the purpose? It it just it's it's underlines joined the libertarian party and become any people can join the start hanging out with libertarians and become more status or more libertarian over time. Libertarian get them in the door that used to be turned when the libertarian party is actually libertarian. You're right. That was true at a time. When the libertarians were actually running real libertarian candidates and the party was loaded up with real libertarians. Now, you've got a bunch of false libertarians who've joined the party, so all you're going to do is have a bunch of people who liked some things that Gary Johnson said which weren't particularly liberty party that got upset that the platform was amended to include a plank about sex worker rights. Those are the kind of people we're going through another Republican incursion happened periodically. They get mad at the GOP. And they're like I'm gonna take my ball and go join a third party instead, and then try and make us in the GOP, and then something happens, and then they have a fit and they leave. And so we we have been around a long time to. It's been around a long time. Republican.
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"They can do next week will Mark one year since President Trump announced the revised war strategy for, Afghanistan declaring there, would be no time limit on US support for the war and making a renewed push for peace negotiations secretary of state Mike Pompeo's formed a group to coordinate. And run US policy toward Iran as, the Trump administration moves ahead with efforts to force changes in the Islamic republic's behavior this after withdrawing from the Iran deal Brian hook. Who, is currently the State Department's director of policy planning will run the. Group with the title of special Representative for Iran today I'm I'm happy to announce the creation of the Iran. Option group the Iran
Italy collapse points to difficulties with aging bridges
"The European Union is hitting back. At an Italian claim that the collapse of a highway bridge in Genoa was somehow linked to budget restraints imposed from outside Italy, and spokesperson. Reacted, Thursday after the Italian interior minister criticised rules that limit budgetary. Spending, and linked them to the safety of infrastructure Italy's been criticized by the. Euro-zone for budgetary gaps and been called on to rein. In, spending so, Italy looking for answers as, they continue to look for any survivors or. Victims of that massive bridge collapse earlier this week