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The Federalist: Corporate Media Celebrates Rise of Transgenders Craze

Mark Levin

01:48 min | 5 d ago

The Federalist: Corporate Media Celebrates Rise of Transgenders Craze

"There's a piece in the federalist Which seems to have gone all George McGovern when it comes to foreign policy I can't control it you know it's the way it is Corporate media celebrates the exponential rise of transgender craze that helped create the very good article by Casey chalk Which came out today Now here's the thing I discussed this at some level The other night And what I said is the media are not just the mouthpieces Of the American Marxist movements The media are part of it The media are immersed in it Most of these people graduated from the same schools as the politicians that they like In other words the same indoctrination not the same exact schools and talking about the same Ideological type of education So some of them went into media some of them went into politics some of them went into the bureaucracy Some of them went into teaching and on and on and on And so there's a very good piece because what Casey points out is that all of a sudden we have this huge rise In people who identify as transgender according to a Gallup poll released earlier this year The percentage of American adults self identifying as something other than heterosexual has increased to 7.1% Double the percentage from 2012 when Gallup first measured their statistics Almost 21% of Generation Z young adults born between 1997 and 2003 Identify as LGBT

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"george mcgovern" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:40 min | 5 d ago

"george mcgovern" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Which seems to have gone all George McGovern when it comes to foreign policy I can't control it you know it's the way it is Corporate media celebrates the exponential rise of transgender craze that helped create the very good article by Casey chalk Which came out today Now here's the thing I discussed this at some level The other night And what I said is the media are not just the mouthpieces Of the American Marxist movements The media are part of it The media are immersed in it Most of these people graduated from the same schools as the politicians that they like In other words the same indoctrination not the same exact schools and talking about the same Ideological type of education So some of them went into media some of them went into politics some of them went into the bureaucracy Some of them went into teaching and on and on and on And so there's a very good piece because what Casey points out is that all of a sudden we have this huge rise In people who identify as transgender according to a Gallup poll released earlier this year The percentage of American adults self identifying as something other than heterosexual has increased to 7.1% Double the percentage from 2012 when Gallup first measured their statistics Almost 21% of Generation Z young adults born between 1997 and 2003 Identify as LGBT When compared to the baby boomer generation the percentage of Americans identifying as transgender has risen 20 fold As Ross Dutt recently observed in The New York Times Plenty of outlets reported on this remarkable development the tenor of corporate media commentary has been widely celebrating Surely this must mean that people finally feel comfortable truly inhabiting their own skin But we are witnessing they say is the flowering of trans life and it is really It's really that simple In truth the media had been aggressively fueling the trans craze for years When Laverne Cox became the first transgender person to appear on the cover of Time Magazine it attracted extensive national media coverage and indeed Cox was also the first transgender person to appear on the cover of cosmopolitan magazine and glamour Named Cox woman of the year So many words it can screw up royally there mister producer Bruce Jenner the following year announced on 2020s new trans image under the name Caitlin the interview received 20.7 million viewers Making it television's highest ever rated news magazine telegraph among adults 18 to 49 and adults 25 to 54 Jenner appeared on the cover of Vanity Fair When the social media Queen award at the Teen Choice Awards it was named one of glamour 25 women of the year In short the entire journalistic profession pushed trans ideology in March 2017 The AP changed its style book embracing they as a singular gender neutral pronoun The Washington Post began running regular public interest pro train stories often on the front page Although the Holocaust never really made it there Since 2014 The Washington Post alone is when approximately 1160 articles and opinions on transgenderism No obsession there It is run only 597 articles or opinions on Native Americans during the same time period Over that same time period the New York slimes numbers are even higher at almost 8000 unreservedly positive news stories and opinion pieces on transgenders Meanwhile Casey points out there have been silencing alternative views Corporate media have recently permitted only a select group of persons to express heavily caveat concerns about this massive social shift in April The Washington Post featured an op-ed by trans person Corinna Khan It was given the freedom to explain that the destruction of his privates introduced a different type of bondage in that sense of surgery he's become a medical patient and will remain one for the rest of his life Washington Post even gave him permission to bemoan the distorting influences of social media on teenagers and how readily authority figures facilitate transition Missing so far in the media's patently biased and circumscribed I said careful with the words Willingness to acknowledge that perhaps this is more than just the utopian realization of the sexual revolution It's the mission of their complicity and facilitating this reality Social pressure works media propaganda work And now all of a sudden more and more people identify With the LGBT Well I don't even know what to call it The anything goes crowd In everything goes crime The media haven't significant influence on society Almost always negative Because when you have a corrupt media then it affects society very corrupt way So now Joe Biden has launched a ministry of truth So called to combat disinformation and misinformation Some believable Who gets to decide what's the truth folks This is in a slippery slope It's an avalanche Against our First Amendment rights And you see how this is going to work Anything that our side says that goes against the regime's narrative will be considered disinformation With an agenda regulated or shut it down altogether And these marks is collaborate collaborate to sense of the flow of conservative news and information And when they do that where will you turn for the free exchange of ideas I want you to come to Levin TV You don't know how much longer I'm going to be doing radio or.

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Mark Levin Not Excited About Tulsi Gabbard Speaking, but Will Attend

Mark Levin

01:14 min | 3 months ago

Mark Levin Not Excited About Tulsi Gabbard Speaking, but Will Attend

"Cpac ACU is having what's your name gabbert As the main heavyweight at their event You know folks with the dozens if not hundreds about standing people to choose from Conservatives and libertarians veterans constitutionalists pro life movement I just quietly demure It's not my event My wife and I will be there for our presentation And we certainly enjoy meeting all the people there And I know miss gabbert is all over TV and radio with different hosts because she has a very effective way of taking down Biden and her party But her foreign policy really isn't that much different than George McGovern And I just am just telling you folks it's not I'm not a big fan of this but like I say it's not my

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"george mcgovern" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"george mcgovern" Discussed on KGO 810

"I'm waiting for the president to concede, aren't you? He should concede. I mean, for heaven's sake, you've got to be gracious. Last night, we played a whole bunch of of concession speeches. People who from Al Gore to Hubert Humphrey to George McGovern. They all conceded graciously. Isn't it Time to concede graciously? And if you're a trump supporter, don't you think this is absurd? I mean, if there were something close, like like Florida in the case of Bush and Gore, Yes. There's no close here. Let's get to your calls. So many of you calling John calling from San Bruno John, Welcome to KGO. Hey, John. Hey, John. How you doing? I'm great. Thanks for asking. Doing good. You know, I really wanted to talk to you and kind of call out something that's been bothering me. On fun or my grandfather and I have to say you as well, You know that I feel like there. Nobody was taking this seriously enough when it comes to like Trump. You know, trying to pull off a coup in this country, and I think that the thing that's going wrong is that we keep using this the same words like it can't happen here. Happen here. It can happen here. It can happen here. No, it can't. What can't happen? The election is over. The result is known. The will of the people has been shown. The electoral College. Yes, the Electoral college is going to mean and then it's often do that all you want. You could say that all you want. You have to be vigilant, though I don't who's not being vigilant, Really thinking who's not being vigilant. I report this stuff regularly. We talk about it, but I'm gonna tell you once the electoral three years you're not reporting this stuff. You are saying it couldn't happen. It can't know We're staying over the slow moving moving too. We need We need those voices. We need you to be that kind of voice to say that I am a voice. I call them out whenever he says it, but there's no coup here. The Electoral college is going to meet. They're going to vote and Donald Trump will be gone. What? That's the complacency that I'm scared about. I agree. I think that's most likely what's going to happen, but We have to at least Be vigilant in our thinking I am and I am. Why do you think we're talking about this tonight? You're talking about it Now. You talked about two years. I've talked about it before. I said. I believe in the American system. I said there would be an election. That election would decide the future. I said Whatever the decision is of the American people lied except my boy reason for years. I love you. You have been my voice of reason. I need you to just Take a step back. And please, like, be a little bit more worried than you are. I'm not worried. I'm not worried. Do you want to know why I'm not worried? Because the electoral college is one of meat. And Donald Trump is not going to win and he's going to lose the presidency. You tell me what I should worry about. What? What? Tell me. Just tell me. What should I be worried about? I am worried that we are not playing, paying close enough attention to what is happening right now. I feel like I know that's how the system is supposed to work. But we've never been tested like this so The system has never been tested. Yes, I'm sorry it has. It was tested in 18 76 in the Hayes Tilden. Oh, wow. It was tested and it was nation in chains, and it was information and it was tested in the year 2000. Where Al Gore conceded graciously after a Supreme Court ruling that I thought was wrong. But you see if you're suggesting there's going to be a coup, John, my answer is there isn't you know how I can tell you there isn't because General Milley The chairman of the joint, She's. The staff has said We're not going to interfere. The voice of the people will be heard. That's it. Well, I appreciate you and I love listening to your show. I'm a little bit more worried than you, but that's okay. John, if I'm wrong We're in deep trouble. Exactly all right, That's OK. Thank you. For 1580. It's true 8 10. Sandy says, Isn't it interesting? The Trump in the Republicans have accepted the result of the House and Senate elections. But somehow the president presidential election was fraudulent. Even though Trump it was on the same balance. If the presidential vote was fraudulent, wouldn't they imply that everything else is also a big mess? But for some reason, right, Sandy on Lee, the presidential votes are up for debate. Apparently, everything else is fine. Very strange, isn't it? You better this sandy. You bet it is. And it's true as Lisa just emailed me. There's a big story. Now that Trump may leave the White House. Without shaking Joe Biden's hand. You know, there's no requirement that the outgoing president be at the inauguration. I've told you, Thomas Jefferson did not go to. Rather John Adams did not go to Thomas Jefferson's inauguration. In 1800. And well, I can tell you is that's it. No J e mails with the most disturbing email of all Biden is not my president. Fraud put them all in jail. I was in the valley today. You should see the trump flags Trump 2020. Hi, Jay. This is tragic..

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A Third-Rate Burglary Attempt

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

05:46 min | 1 year ago

A Third-Rate Burglary Attempt

"This episode Lauren is a third rate burglary attempt. This episode is all about Watergate. I am so excited. I'm so excited and you know what? This is why you decided to pour us a glass of wine. To keep you entertained because honest to God, this is a lot. Old White men doing a lot of crap? Yeah. Well, cheers to that I guess. Here we go. SIP SIP. All right everybody laid on me. Buckle up. The Watergate scandal was a political scandal in the US involving the administration of US President Richard Nixon from nineteen seventy, two to nineteen, seventy, four leading to Nixon's resignation. So okay picture it nineteen, seventy, two President Richard Mille House Nixon was running for re election. The United States is still embroiled in the Vietnam. War. The country deeply divided a forceful presidential campaign seemed essential to the president and some of his key advisors All Right Act one. ooh. Ooh Act one the Watergate. Complex. Here's our key players here. Okay. We have Richard. Nixon. Who is the president of the United States and he is also the Republican nominee for the nineteen seventy two election tricky Dick Tricky Dick. Exactly. We. We also do have George McGovern who is the Democratic nominee for the nineteen seventy, two election although he barely shows up in the store you have to know that he's the he's the Democratic nominee. There's H R Haldeman he is the White House Chief of staff and you have John Erlich men, who is the council in Assistant to the President for domestic affairs? We also have the committee to re elect the president. Do you do you know what this? Committee is often referred to as. Is this like it's like the power four or committee to re elect the president. It is officially abbreviated the CRP, but it is often abbreviated as C. R. E. P. or creep References to that throughout this and creep is I mean yeah it works in this in this case citation, but it is officially abbreviated cr the committee to re elect the president. So in that, some of the key figures are John, Mitchell, who is at this point, the attorney, General of the United States and then he becomes the campaign director. There's Jeb Stuart Magruder, who is a business executive and the acting chairman of the CRP and then a couple of names eubank actually be promoted with G Gordon Liddy he's a former FBI agent and European employee, and there's also e Howard Hunt who is a former CIA agent and CRP CRP employees. All right. Here's the setting. The Watergate complex. K built between nineteen, sixty, three and nineteen seventy-one. The Watergate was considered one of Washington DC's most desirable living spaces. It was popular with members of Congress and political appointees of the executive branch the Watergate Complex actually a group of six buildings in the foggy bottom neighborhood of Washington DC in nineteen seventy two the headquarters of the Democratic National Committee was then located on the sixth floor of the Watergate office building. So the Watergate complex, it was intended to be a city within a city so it was supposed to have so many amenities that residents wouldn't need to leave you know. So they were supposed to have like a post office and restaurant and Jen concierge Oh sure gyms in the seventy everyone's smoked like chimneys died forty eight. Right that's why nobody who lived in the seventies is still around. I always assumed it was just like a single building I didn't realize it was like. Axe So? Yes. There was the Watergate Hotel there was Watergate West and Watergate East, which were like apartment buildings. There's a Watergate office building and there's one of their Watergate apartment building too. So it was a big complex It was actually proposed and built by the Italian architectural firm SGI. And one really interesting. The one thing that I found renders ing is the Vatican was actually a major investor in this project get how. So because of this, the Vatican was at one point part owner of the Watergate until nineteen sixty-nine that's wild. Yeah, right. Whatever the Italian I mean. Come on. The Watergate's popularity among members of Congress, and again, these high-ranking of appointees was very strong and so many members of the Nixon Administration settled there that the DC press actually named it the Republican, Bastille? Wows. Yes. So another group we have to worry about right now are called the White House plumbers. They are simply sometimes called the plumbers or the room sixteen project Jay were covert White, house, Special Investigations Unit which was established within a week after the publication of the Pentagon papers in June nineteen seventy-one. Okay. So the plumbers job was to stop and or respond to the. Leaking of classified information, the news media and just a quick refresher at the Pentagon papers which was officially titled. Report of the Office of the Secretary of Defense Vietnam Task Force was a US Department of Defense History of the United States is political and military involvement in Vietnam from Nineteen forty-five to nineteen, Sixty, seven in twenty eleven. This report was formerly declassified and released.

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"george mcgovern" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"george mcgovern" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I am thinking about how lucky President Trump is the violent protesters and their sympathizers in the media and the National Basketball Association. May very well hand the president a victory in November as I spell out in my new column on billo'reilly dot com. There is no question that many voters do not fully approve of Mr Trump and with the pandemic still unresolved, that should be enough to defeat him. But Joe Biden has totally botched his response to radical violence and continues to come across his weak in the face of vexing problems. As Mr Biden might say, Come on, man. You've gotta have some solutions. He doesn't at least not so far. After reporting for 46 years. I know this. Americans do not want violent chaos, socialism or weak leadership. Senator George McGovern lost big to Richard Nixon in 1972, despite the Vietnam War controversy and protests everywhere today. Violent radicals are helping the very person they despise the most. And President Trump knows it. He made civil disorder a centerpiece in his nomination speech last week. And he will campaign on two things that he can revive the economy. After Cove. It And that he will stop. The madness and chaos in the streets. Now this we're in a recession, Millions of Americans have lost their jobs, the Fed his warrant, It might get worse. So let's consider gold and silver from American heart for Gold group..

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"george mcgovern" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"george mcgovern" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Wage stood up for the rule of law. For our most cherished liberties. This president has seen with your support. More than 200. Men and women confirmed to our federal courts at every level, and they're all conservatives who will uphold the God given liberties enshrined in our constitution, like the freedom of religion, the freedom of speech and the Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms. You watch the DNC hear all the things they want to do for people. The green new deal the $15 minimum wage. The college debt, forgiven this free college national rent control on and on and on a wealth tax. I've told you this story before about George McGovern. George McGovern was in 1972 Democratic. Candidate for president. He got smoked by Richard Nixon. But that's not the point. He retired from the Senate. He invested all the money that he'd made on a speaking Surtees were quite popular speaker. For an N In Connecticut. And he hired some of the best people to help him with put into putting this in together, they spend breakfast together. And it went bust. And a wistful George McGovern wrote an op ed piece, which was published in The Wall Street Journal. And he said, And I'm paraphrasing, of course. I only wish I had had some private sector business experience. Before I became a senator, he would have made me far more sensitive. About the laws that I'm passing and far more understanding about the burden to place on the shoulders of small business people they have to abide by these regulations. He talked about some of the regulations he was forced to abide by. Regulation he and think we're necessary. And he says, I only wish I had had this kind of experience before I was in the Senate. Ray passed law after law after law, making it harder for business people to do business. These people just are completely totally clueless State do not like capitalism. That's not just a talking point. Look at the polls. Democrats have a more favorable opinion of socialism than they do. Of capitalism. Back to the RNC and Trump and we have tremendous enthusiasm. I think we have record enthusiasm way.

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"george mcgovern" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

09:41 min | 2 years ago

"george mcgovern" Discussed on KGO 810

"The reporting now from five thirty eight the Iowa caucuses twenty twenty this is Nate silver's genius he has a whole team of young people wonderfully working all over the state working at satellite caucuses in Paris in New York in Manhattan however no results Sanders zero changed zero Warren zero five zero might be the only time Joe's gonna be tight tonight no reported however we're prepared to talk about no reporting now I'm old enough to remember nineteen seventy two August George McGovern was nominated to be the democratic candidate to contest with Richard Nixon hissing in the background and the Democrats I struggled to get the nomination done so that they could I could get on national television primary hours when people would be watching it didn't happen my memorandum IP legend my memory is because I don't have a television set I had a radio so I don't know my memory is that it was three AM but it might have been earlier later it certainly wasn't prime time see how it looks like the Democrats have an addict tonight to match that list what do we know about this zero zero zero zero add to past eleven PM east coast time past ten PM I a time when the cows are waking up good evening Gillette good evening well keep in mind this was all supposed to be wrapped up at seven thirty local time that is to say the caucuses were really not expected to take more than about half an hour so that was several hours ago what people should understand is that for the first time the Democrat party in an effort to be extra transparent was going to release what is described as the results of the first alignment that is to say when people go in those caucus places so sixteen hundred plus locations they gravitate to the corner or the area where they're like minded supporters are and then there's a head count taken and that is called the first alignment we were going to hear that and then the non viable the supporters of nonviable candidate people don't get fifteen percent then go to other parts of the room where there are still viable candidates that's the second alignment and then there's this third calculation that translates all of that into into votes and what what sort of fascinating here is that obviously this is an incremental complication of reporting on the Iowa caucuses results because you had three different summaries and it's never been done before but everyone wanted to make sure everything was on the up and up and very transparent and very technically proper and so they put an app on all the organizer cell phones and I think the report is that the app has failed or that somehow it isn't working properly and so they are now phoning in early you can't make this a they're going back to the old fashioned approach of phoning in the results and so there is an awful lot of jocular arity on Twitter as you might imagine people suggesting that this is the group that also wants to run our health care for three hundred million people but they can't really organized you know three million folks as of socks news she's a columnist at the hill and she's in the ark where I am we're going to bill Whelan of the Hoover Institution is the host of very forty five is in Palo alto California and that is macarthur W. J. R. he's in Detroit is American greatness gentleman bill I turn to you this reminds me of the genius of obamacare to launch a pajama boys website the Democrats have matched that story with an iOS zero zero zero house is playing in cal in California bill just activation that I will couldn't find yet another way to screw up this process and we keep in mind Republicans went through this in twenty twelve ricksantorum actually won the caucuses not that Robbie but it took a I think two to three extra weeks to count all the votes so you had that you had in twenty sixteen Bernice people convince their shenanigans going on and I would that's what got us some transparency that Liz alluded to and then whoever wins the thing is going to be looking at a two AM press conference declaring victory and John you're actually right about George McGovern I was interviewed senator McGovern I talk to him very much about this about his speech remind me no he told me John you said you said it was a speech my wife because I gave it three o'clock in the morning nobody sought and but if there is a matter for Democrats because I what were once I would get the big bounce going to answer but if you're doing your victory speech at two three o'clock in the morning on the east coast you're not gonna get a bigger about less so bills how do you measure that so we just going to say I wouldn't happen we skipped it because it didn't make the news cycle or does this does this matter does this matter to anybody that we have no results nothing that you're better it matters resolved pursue the bout that suddenly matters in terms just sort of a psychology of this race if you're Bernie Sanders people your content that at every turn this conspiracy waiting for the party is gang up on you so now the boats are getting lost or getting screwed up you're thinking there's a fixer people to judge people you think that you could win the thing tonight you're frustrated with the vote counting as well so that there is that going on and I think that just got a sort of contribute to the bad blood by the Democratic Party right now in that same bad blood from twenty sixteen to put it the situation with the failed after the transparency that apparently does not work in Iowa that is have a question for lesser bell given the problem things have changed bill since you know George McGovern we've seen all the twenty four seven news cycle and everything SO M. S. N. B. C. in some of these they will be running this for a bit while they said there will be some type of balance but I think you're right how does the average American really pay attention to this if you give a speech at three in the morning are they really going to be affected by this it is going to wait and see yes also keep in mind Donald Trump gives a stated unit dressed tomorrow night too so that's going to step on the downside of I was so right that's a great candidate that way so there's about the pope there's also a monetary aspect that you used to write for dollars big in the first twenty four to forty eight hours after wins but he was surprised when I what and that gets me to what people are going to bed at night not knowing who won until the next day so it's just a mess for the Democrats in you know I'm not a fan of the Iowa caucuses was just kinda convinces me that Democrats Republicans need to do to be thinking about a different state or or just a different way to do this maybe talk to a caucus to a primary instead Liz you've had an opportunity to watch the news coverage when there is no news covers how're how're the big the big fancy announcers from Iowa handling this say that make that they make that stretching a sign with their hand this year polling and some interviewing of caucus goers earlier on in the day and also I think leading up to today and a lot of analysis and reanalysis of that going on I think you know part of the problem I think is that there has been a pretty big turn out amber I'm reading here from an AP report saying organizer say some precincts in des Moines ran out of voter registration forms and long lines led to a delay of more than an hour in Iowa city it honestly the whole thing sort of smacks of incompetence I I know it sounds rather judgmental forgive me but you know this is sort of their first big outing is the debut of twenty twenty democratic organization and I gotta say at this moment it looks pretty darn lane so Amy club which are apparently is going to speak fairly soon I don't really know what the world she has to say unless maybe she's gotten some indication from the some of these precincts that that you know that things have either gone well or poorly for her I've only seen one precinct it was leaked and that was one of my hands down by Sanders and Warren came in second place followed by Pete booted said and then Amy club which are as I mentioned I think before we got on the air it and John re carcasses apparently have been decided by a coin toss and one was picked out of a hat the winner was picked out of a hat so it doesn't sound really technologically terribly current but you know we have to give them the benefit of the doubt then the doubt meeting we've got no reporting the major networks have no reporting it the everybody's waiting for results now when we come back with with with we'll find a way we'll find a way because the news for days now has been Bernie's rising Bernice rising the debt load news for weeks now has been stopped Bernie stop burning maybe they found a new way to stop burning Joe report Iowa when we come back is Bernie being sabotaged again by fate or is there a hand here let's try the new app it works with obamacare well the Hoover Institution house to very forty five let's peek columnist at the hill as well as fox news she's much on fox business that is my collar American greatness add the results from Iowa zero.

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"george mcgovern" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"george mcgovern" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Is collectible yeah I cannot recall a time short of nineteen seventy two when they nominated to that nominated someone that was George McGovern completely unelectable bother we was a war hero himself he flew bombers award were too but I I cannot conceive the country's gonna turn to Elizabeth Warren the more likely socialist or communist of course what would be Bernie Sanders but I can't conceive of that happening I can't conceive of a small town mayor from south bend winning and when they're paid loses it's going to be about about homophobia is and I will be about his policies or his failure of his age and his pa is his disgraced behavior and south band relative to the police department it will be about that'll be because we're not ready for a gay president I mean something like Richard Grinnell who's gay who is the US ambassador appointed by trump to Germany if Richard canal would run for public office I'd vote for that guy in a heart beat I don't care what he does between the sheets he's a conservative and I like him but if you vote against a woman to sexism if you don't like a black candidate it's racism and if you don't tell vote for mer paid I guess that's homophobe ism it's never about the policies come up for some excuse for failure and then put it in front of us and make us feel guilty for not voting Elizabeth Warren would be an unmitigated disaster the worst ticket imaginable we'll be Bernie Sanders and maybe throw in throw and mayor Gillam of Tallahassee the guy who lost the governorship to descendants imagine that ticket imagine Stacey Abrams is the VP or or a Kamel harassed and in fact Bernie Sanders is said he wants a person of color to be as VP and I don't I don't think is talking about Clarence Thomas no no all right bill thank you thank you I want to get a woman by the way if you're a woman if you're a proud American news female and you watched to halftime show with these two bother waiver gorgeous and performed it magnificently does this kind of go in with the idea of the me too movement not to objectify women don't look upon a woman as a transportation system for her reproductive organs look upon or as a total person I look at Sequeira and Jennifer Lopez performing on strippers polls and grabbing their crotch is and I'm thinking worst Gloria Steinem when you need her and and they receive the applause and I think a rod was going crazy I love that guys since I've seen is TV show on C. N. B. C. I love a rod and she care don't know much about her but she shakes her booty like crazy if you're a woman can you see a dichotomy between what the media tells us to do and what they present because it's never about racism or sexism for example have always about racism how popular with Clarence Thomas B. extremely popular because he's black but it's not the right kind of black person so let's continue with more blood becomes available one eight six six six four seven seven three three seven bill coming on the great American live with you every Sunday night don traffic coming up in minutes on newsradio WFLA Chris Riker bono founder of on talking I started on talk it because like a lot of other guys I just couldn't find the shirt that look great on talked that's.

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"george mcgovern" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"george mcgovern" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Is collectible yeah I cannot recall a time short of nineteen seventy two when they nominated to that nominated someone that was George McGovern completely unelectable by the way was a war hero himself he flew bombers award were too but al I cannot conceive the country's gonna turn to Elizabeth Warren the more likely socialist or communist of course what would be Bernie Sanders but I can't conceive of that happening I can't conceive of a small town mayor from south bend winning and when it loses it's gonna be about about homophobia is and I will be about his policies or is failure of his age and his pot is his disgraced behavior and south band relative to the police department it will be about that'll be because we're not ready for a gay president I'm a Simba like Richard Grinnell who's gay who is the US ambassador appointed by trump to Germany if Richard canal would run for public office I'd vote for that guy in a heart beat I don't care what he does between the sheets he's a conservative and I like him but if you vote against a woman to sexism if you don't like a black candidate it's racism and if you don't tell vote for mayor paid I guess that's homophobe ism it's never about the policies come up for some excuse for failure and then put it in front of us and make us feel guilty for not voting Elizabeth Warren would be an unmitigated disaster the worst ticket imaginable we'll be Bernie Sanders and maybe throw in throw and mayor Gillam of Tallahassee the guy who lost the governorship to descendants imagine that ticket imagine Stacey Abrams is the VP or or Kamel Harris and in fact Bernie Sanders is said he wants a person of color to be as VP not only is talking about Clarence Thomas no no all right bill thank you thank you I want to get a woman by the way if you're a woman if you're a proud American news female and you watch the halftime show with these two who by the way were gorgeous and performed magnificently does this come to go in with the idea of the me too movement not to objectify women don't look upon a woman as a transportation system for her reproductive organs look upon or as a total person I look at Shakira and Jennifer Lopez performing on strippers polls and grabbing their crotch is and I'm thinkin words Gloria Steinem when you need her and and they receive the applause and I think a rod was going crazy I love that guys since I've seen is TV show on C. N. B. C. I love a rod and she care don't know much about her but she shakes her booty like crazy if you're a woman can you see a dichotomy between what the media tells us to do and what they present because it's never about racism or sexism for example.

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"george mcgovern" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"george mcgovern" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Seconds I love this debate democratic insiders are now telling the front runners Hey can you guys stop looking like you're a rand's lawyers they said that they want to avoid any sense that they are looking like they are in favor of a ran of the horses out of that barn and they also need to explain what they would do differently it can't simply be just rejoin the Iran deal it can't be come home America come home America wasn't a great theme for George McGovern in seventy two and it's not likely to work any better in twenty twenty I think they're facing another George McGovern kind of loss I really do I I just don't I hate at this point everything could change but it this point I can't imagine Americans saying yeah yeah we got a we got to go with these these people in the socialist and radical ideas that they have because I don't think America lives there yeah maybe I mean it seems like the the McGovern style victories have only occurred with pretty with with presidents with incredibly high pop popularity ratings in you know Nixon's Reno pearl ratings were incredibly high before Watergate Reagan was coming into the real meat of the success of his administration the morning for America with against Dukakis you had that did sort of background that that seems to be sort of the pattern for that trump has had a lot of success with the economy of this the break most recent incident with Iran is I think you know worked out well the ISIS thing was is there's been a lot of success stories but still is approval rating is you know forty one forty two percent and you know pulling kinda shows a very close race sometimes he's behind every once in a while he's ahead but it's a tight race very polarized public almost nothing that's happened all.

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"george mcgovern" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"george mcgovern" Discussed on WTVN

"This debate democratic insiders are now telling the front runners Hey can you guys stop looking like you're a rans lawyers they said the they want to avoid any sense that they are looking like they are in favor of a ran the horses out of that barn and they also need to explain what they would do differently it can't simply be just rejoin the Iran deal it can't be come home America come home America wasn't a great theme for George McGovern in seventy two and it's not likely to work any better in twenty twenty I think they're facing another George McGovern kind of loss I really do I I just don't I hate at this point everything could change but at this point I can't imagine Americans saying yeah yeah we got a we got to go with these these people in the socialist and radical ideas that they have because I don't think America lives there yeah maybe I mean it seems like the the McGovern style victories have only occurred with the with with presidents with incredibly high pop popularity ratings in you know Nixon's we know Perl ratings were incredibly high before Watergate Reagan was coming into the real meat of the success of his administration the morning for America with against Dukakis you had that did sort of background that that seems to be sort of the pattern for that trump has had a lot of success with the economy of this break most recent incident with Iran is I think you know worked out well the ISIS thing was is there's been a lot of success stories but still his approval rating is you know forty one forty two percent and you know pulling kinda shows a very close race sometimes he's behind every once in a while he's ahead but it's a tight race very polarized public almost nothing that's happened.

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"george mcgovern" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"george mcgovern" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Love this debate democratic insiders are now telling the front runners Hey can you guys stop looking like you're a rand's lawyers they said the they want to avoid any sense that they are looking like they are in favor of a ran the horse is out of that barn and they also need to explain what they would do differently it can't simply be just rejoin the Iran deal it can't be come home America come home America wasn't a great theme for George McGovern in seventy two and it's not likely to work any better in twenty twenty I think they're facing another George McGovern kind of loss I really do I I just don't I hate at this point everything could change but it this point I can't imagine Americans saying yeah yeah we got a we got to go with these these people in the socialist and radical ideas that they have because I don't think America lives there yeah maybe I mean it seems like the the McGovern style victories have only occurred with pretty with with presidents with incredibly high pop popularity ratings in you know Nixon's without approval ratings were incredibly high before Watergate Reagan was coming into the real meat of the success of his administration the morning for America with against Dukakis you had that did sort of background that that seems to be sort of the pattern for that trump has had a lot of success with the economy this break most recent incident with Iran is I think you know worked out well the ISIS thing was there's been a lot of success stories but still his approval rating is you know forty one forty two percent and you know pulling kinda shows a very close race sometimes he's behind every once in a while he's ahead but it's a tight race very polarized public almost nothing that's.

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"george mcgovern" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"george mcgovern" Discussed on KTOK

"Debate democratic insiders are now telling the front runners Hey can you guys stop looking like you're a rand's lawyers they said that they want to avoid any sense that they are looking like they are in favor of a ran of the horses out of that barn and they also need to explain what they would do differently it can't simply be just rejoin the Iran deal it can't be come home America come home America wasn't a great theme for George McGovern in seventy two and it's not likely to work any better in twenty twenty I think they're facing another George McGovern kind of loss I really do I I just don't I hate at this point everything could change but it this point I can't imagine Americans saying yeah yeah we got a we got to go with these these people in the socialist and radical ideas that they have because I don't think America lives there yeah maybe I mean it seems like the the McGovern style victories have only occurred with free with with presidents with incredibly high pop popularity ratings in you know Nixon's we'd approval ratings were incredibly high before Watergate Reagan was coming into the real meat of the success of his administration the morning for America with against Dukakis you had that did sort of background that that seems to be sort of the pattern for that trump has had a lot of success with the economy this break most recent incident with Iran is I think we know worked out well the ISIS thing was is there's been a lot of success stories but still is approval rating is you know forty one forty two percent and you know pulling kinda shows a very close race sometimes he's behind every once in a while he's ahead but it's a tight race very polarized public almost nothing that's happened all.

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"george mcgovern" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"george mcgovern" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Love this debate democratic insiders are now telling the front runners Hey can you guys stop looking like you're a rand's lawyers they said that they want to avoid any sense that they are looking like they are in favor of a ran of the horses out of that barn and they also need to explain what they would do differently it can't simply be just rejoin the Iran deal it can't be come home America come home America wasn't a great scene for George McGovern in seventy two and it's not likely to work any better in twenty twenty I think they're facing another George McGovern kind of loss I really do I I just don't I hate at this point everything could change but it this point I can't imagine Americans saying yeah yeah we got a we got to go with these these people in the socialist and radical ideas that they have because I don't think America lives there yeah maybe I mean it seems like the the McGovern style victories have only occurred with free with with presidents with incredibly high pop popularity ratings in you know Nixon's we'd approval ratings were incredibly high before Watergate Reagan was coming into the real meat of the success of his administration the morning for America with against Dukakis you had that did sort of background that that seems to be sort of the pattern for that trump has had a lot of success with the economy of this break most recent incident with Iran is I think we know worked out well the ISIS thing was there's been a lot of success stories but still is approval rating is you know forty one forty two percent and you know pulling kinda shows a very close race sometimes he's behind every once in a while he's ahead but it's a tight race very polarized public almost nothing that's happened.

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"george mcgovern" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"george mcgovern" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Reality in your life Alfie Woodard I don't think Hollywood is racist I think Hollywood lives and dies on read jobs are not given because of race they're predicated completely on money Morgan Freeman let's talk about the media let's talk about Hollywood specifically newspapers obviously an important part in media our newspapers racist newspapers bias a recent survey by the Gannett foundation freedom form a liberal organization nineteen ninety to reporters eighty nine percent of them voted for Bill Clinton seven percent voted for George Bush nineteen seventy two probably the most liberal person ever to run for presidency George McGovern eighty one percent of reporters and senior editors voted for George McGovern McGovern again probably the most liberal person ever to run for the presidency nineteen ninety six sixty two percent of journalists describe themselves as liberal Democrats a little Democrat as you know is far more likely to support out reach far more likely to support race and gender based preferences affirmative action same thing with editorial writers forty five percent described themselves as liberal and democratic as against only twenty three percent who describe themselves as leaning the other way reporters are by and large quite liberal quite sympathetic to minorities indeed the numbers are now over ten to fifteen percent of our reporters or persons of color yeah LA times a particular the editor of the paper received an award for diversity because about twenty percent or more of his staff people of color nineteen ninety four nearly forty percent of all interns in newspapers people of color and nearly all major newspapers have recruitment staffs and in house diversity staff specifically designed to recruit and hire qualified minority journalists New York times Washington post Chicago Tribune LA times all major newspapers are doing this Hollywood eight UCLA US news and World Report survey of the top entertainment figures in Hollywood show them to be substantially more likely to be a liberal Democrats then the rest of the country ninety one percent of them are pro choice on abortion.

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"george mcgovern" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"george mcgovern" Discussed on KGO 810

"George McGovern and win maybe one state and possibly the district of Columbia why put up some who you know is going to lose meanwhile we've got the president himself he still facing impeachment so obviously he's trying to change the issue which you did over the weekend by reversing course when it came to hosting the G. seven it is golf club when he learned that Republicans were kind of tired of defending him that's what happened apparently the reason he was forced to abandon his decision to host this group of seven summit at his private golf club is because it became real clear that the move actually alienated Republicans and swiftly became part of the impeachment inquiry and that of course threatens his presidency he was talking with a bunch of conservative Republicans over the weekend and was told that there really struggling to defend them on so many fronts every day there's something else I gotta do another person really getting a lot of attention more than he's gotten in a long time is Mitt Romney remember he ran in two thousand twelve any lost but Mitt Romney is kind of an elder statesman of the regular Republican Party the one that used to be well I guess saying I would disagree on some things agree with some others it was the same kind of a party as opposed to this in saying that far right party that you've got right now anyway Mitt Romney is not the same it Romney that we had in twenty twelve he is a different person he's really very strong in his opinions he's really detest Donald Trump which is understandable as Mitt Romney says beating another person calling him names the meaning a class of people not telling the truth these are in private things these are public things and this has the president and he does this it is not presidential what we really learned from this weekend is something that we kind of figured out already and that is president trump doesn't go three hours without having something that he wants to bring out and very often it's something that is so off the wall that you just can't believe it but he does it for a reason because after a while we become numb imagine if any of the things that he's done and I don't need to list them if that was done by Bill Clinton or by Barack Obama they would be out to impeach so fast it wouldn't even before any one last thing I was saying it last week and the week before you know if you think about it all you need here a couple of senators to just make that move and say you know I can't do this anymore I can't keep supporting him well sure enough that seems to be happening the senators that he spoke with over the weekend he said they're getting tired of having to defend everything that he does that list is growing once that was actually becomes reality and you get people in the Senate coming out and saying I can't do it anymore I cannot support this man this is not the face of the real Republican Party the sooner we can have a two party system in this country and the sooner we can have some sanity returned to the way we live and the way we act.

"george mcgovern" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

06:02 min | 3 years ago

"george mcgovern" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"That's the Democratic Party of George McGovern that's right that's what's happening right now how did the president twist them in this situation is that electable and I put the cherry on the sundae Kamel Heris proposes a one hundred billion dollar federal government spending plan to give a quote black families a real shot at home ownership on quote that is paid my unconstitutional and illegal the issue she was speaking to a group but put together by essence magazine in New Orleans which father was a great city been there several times specially Brennan's great place date it's illegal for the federal government to target funds toward individuals based upon race Kamel Heris claims to be a lawyer wants to do that so if you're living in Wisconsin and statistically the great majority of poor people in America are white and you have come Harris who pretends to be African American saying I'm gonna give a hundred billion dollars to black folks because they're black how does that play in Michigan Danny please send us a play in Michigan he says that it'll play great that's a great idea controlled have a better week than is having right now plus a horse reparations was discussed how much money is paid to individuals who weren't slaves by individuals who were not slave owners who family members may have sacrificed their lives to limiting slavery America was the country that stop slavery call the civil war six hundred thousand were killed so what Americans took up stood up to say against the Democrats in the south we're gonna fight to eliminate slavery and six hundred thousand Americans were killed the fight and the stop and Emancipation Proclamation the country came into existence in seventeen eighty seven and if Jefferson and others did not do what they did in the original bill of rights in the constitution the southern states never want to join the union if an outlaw slavery in seventeen eighty seven but the constitution credit the mechanism for the thirteenth fourteenth and fifteenth amendments all of which eliminates slavery so they knew let's put the country together we'll kick the can down the road on slavery not to be worked out later and it was six hundred thousand Americans were killed about the what seventy five years later slavery ended so reparations would be paid to individuals or weren't slaves by individuals who were not slave owner so the innocent what do I have to pay and the guilty would have nothing to do with that's a hell of an idea how does trump make the Democrats literally lose their minds like this then the jobs report came out on Friday as I was in Naples Florida having a great time my family two hundred forty four thousand new jobs were created the unemployment rate is about three point seven percent stock market all time highs everywhere you look for one K. under Obama for one K. was a tool one K. under trump it's a five oh one K. everyone's making money on the stock market we have eight million jobs that can't be filled because Americans are qualified to fill them then you got the Democrats using racism to buy off racial blocks of votes by promising a hundred billion dollars assuming you're black paid for by people that are white how did trump get this done his approval ratings are soaring because of it plus you have detained border children being used as political pawns to advance the the interest of the Democrat party then you got the World Cup afternoon big when and right and then Megan Rapinoe another's use their World Cup victory as a cult cultural against the president an unseen attacks the president for not inviting him and then they invite him to invite him and the coach of the women's soccer team says I don't know what to do would deal with that later coach Jill Ellis don't know what to do in is an honor to go to the White House later on have when Alaric coming up I'm asking this question double bomb is in the White House and for some reason what invite bill cutting him to the White House and Obama's there I go to the people's house I shake his hand and I get whatever war he wants to give me knowledge man I say thank you Mister president I'm not as went on route would you go to the White House if if Obama was there on a bomb invited you have somehow have Kamelot Harris became the president and the country the more stock market would be cut in half at a minimum what we would lose trillions of dollars immediately and I've come all I hear is one invite me to the White House and she was the president I would go to the White House because that's my duty as an American but liberals want to weaponize the World Cup to use against the president not just the Grammys or the Oscars or the Tonys not just colleges universities such as every editorial board not just the today show and Good Morning America and the view and cold air and the Jimmy said night all attack trump relentlessly now's approval ratings are rising and the Democrats are losing their minds because trump isn't causing them to suffer severe cases of trump derangement syndrome and I'm watching this happening and I can't stand an actual sitting United States senator said to a black group I want to give you one hundred billion dollars if you're black unbelievable let's get this thing started with care we have calls from Cleveland Chicago we have three lines open for the first time ever eight six six six four seven seven three three seven bill coming in the great American live with you every Sunday night is the house going along needs a tunnel work the pipes are leaking needs a new roof the AC just broke I just don't have time to do it all myself you know anyone just as Coleman visor they match.

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"george mcgovern" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"george mcgovern" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Taking place live face and freedom coalition's conference here in Washington. Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome from Americans for tax reform Norquist. Ladies and gentlemen, we're winning. After the last two days of allowing the Democrats to be themselves to share their inner thoughts with the American people. The twenty twenty election is looking more and more. Cheerful. They were kind of a match every single one of them, but it wasn't like where's the moderate in this crowd? Everyone of them who was originally advertising themselves, perhaps that way. The full Monty. And the left there as a combination every single one of them doesn't really matter which one they pick now. Because there's only one all the Nella. And they're running as a combination of George McGovern and Walter Mondale. George McGovern in nineteen seventy-two picked up every left wing idea. You could think of at the time, okay? And I'm all of these things, I'm with a whole list and he took a race that at one point. Nixon was pulling behind against other candidates who would not have run that obvious player. Honestly to the left to where Richard Nixon swept the nation and then twelve years later, Walter Mondale ran, and he thought it was a good idea to open his campaign by looking at the American people on national TV and saying, I'm going to raise your.

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"george mcgovern" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"george mcgovern" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Scheduled date now and. Some people say it's sort of a fluke that I will lead this process that the caucus were around that nobody really took advantage of them until nineteen seventy-two McGovern figured in Gary Hart and George McGovern figured out. Hey, we can use this system to our advantage. They were here in Iowa. Of course, no government is from next door in South Dakota and seized down. This part of it was this caucuses would start early. People would take care of the usual sort of party business. A lot of people would leave, and they encouraged a lot of the McGovern supporters to stay until the end, and then they elected delegates and they elected George McGovern delegates instead. Delegates for other candidates. And since then people saw what happened and how it worked paid off for them. And so everybody has tried to replicate that in one way or another one of the starts to the campaign or to the our coverage is the Iowa State fair, whether it's an election year or not you kind of look for who's coming to the fair who shows up then you look at the democratic and Republican party events. They're big events Lincoln day dinners, Jack, Jefferson, Jackson dinner, those sorts of things who are the speakers who who's showing up for those sorts of things, and you get an idea of who's checking out I one checking out voters. I mean this cycle. It's mostly Democrats, obviously since we don't expect anybody to present a serious challenge to the president. But. You look at who's coming who shows up now last fall with the twenty eighteen election who was showing up to campaign for congressional candidates who was showing up to campaign for legislative candidates. And so we saw a number of people come out here. And like, I say we always suspect they're not doing it. Just for altruistic reasons. The caucuses have really changed from union George mcgovern's time to today in that. Then a lot of the campaigning was kind of intimate living room coffee shop sort of campaigning. There's still some of that today where a candidate. We'll do a house party some of that. I think is for optics because it looks good. But the crowds have gotten much bigger.

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