20 Episode results for "Greg Gianforte"

AP Headline News Oct 19 2018 06:00 (EDT)

AP Radio News

03:30 min | 2 years ago

AP Headline News Oct 19 2018 06:00 (EDT)

"AP radio news. Good morning. I'm Ed Donahue in Montana. President Trump is suggesting without evidence, Democrats or their allies are supporting a caravan of Central American migrants who are travelling north aiming to enter the United States money's been passing two people to come up and try and get to the border by election day because they think that's a negative for us. Number one that being stopped and number two, regardless that's hours you, the president accused Democrats supporting the migrants because they figure everybody coming in is going to vote democrat before leaving the White House. President Trump says, it looks like missing Saudi writer. Jamal kashogi is dead and threatened very severe consequences. If the Saudis are involved more from the AP saga megani fresh off a trip to Riyadh. Secretary of state. Mike palm Heo says the US will withhold judgment as the Saudis investigate kashogi disappearance. We just Jugo. To allow the process to move forward. Allow the facts do unfold and left open the possibility. The US will not take any action against the Saudis, but just after palm Heo met here at the White House with President Trump treasury chief, Steven Mnuchin pulled out of a major investment conference the Saudis hope to use in boosting their global image. Several European officials and business executives also say they will not go saga megani at the White House. Foreign minister says they have not shared any audio from kashogi disappearance with US officials. Federal safety investigators have been unable to conduct a full examination of the limousine involved in a crash that killed twenty people in upstate New York because local prosecutors are investigating it as part of their case against the limo companies operator, a man who pleaded guilty to shooting and killing three people near Denver at a WalMart store will be sentenced later today, Boston Red Sox going to the World Series winning their American League series against the Houston Astros. This is AP radio news. During a campaign rally in Montana, President Trump praised a congressman who body slammed a reporter, the president called Greg Gianforte a great guy, a tough cookie at heard that he body slammed a reporter, the reporter, the guardians, Ben Jacobs. This happened last year. The keeping did the same thing, get the hell. Oh, this is terrible. He's gonna lose the election. Then I said, well, wait a minute. I know Montana pretty well. I think it might help him gene forte pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor assault charge in June of last year. Instead an apology later that he alone was responsible for the attack. Greg is smart, and by the way, never wrestle him former vice president. Joe Biden once said he would beat the hell out of Donald Trump. If they were in high school last night, the president said Biden would be down faster than Greg Gianforte would take him down. I may Donahue AP radio news. Progressive presents get pumped inspiration to help you do insurance stuff. Can't time out. You're gonna let your budget be the boss of you. Take control with progressive name your price tool. Tell us what you want to pay for car insurance, and we'll help you find options that fit your budget. Here's a music to get you pulled down. I hear your budget laughing at you. Oh, wait. That's just those kids left at me. Insurance company and affiliates, price and coverage match limited by state law.

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AP Headline News Oct 19 2018 18:00 (EDT)

AP Radio News

04:00 min | 2 years ago

AP Headline News Oct 19 2018 18:00 (EDT)

"Entertainment design just for you, then checkout customizable streaming TV from finishing it makes your life simple easy. Awesome. Expended, he gives you customizable streaming TV options. Enjoy the most free shows anywhere on any device and even access your streaming apps right on your TV with x one. Go to spin dot com call one eight hundred spineta or visit a store today to learn more restrictions, apply. AP radio news. I'm Jacky Quin government. Prosecutors say that they have detected for an interference in the upcoming midterm. Elections are saga megani report US's accusing a Russian woman in a sweeping effort to sway American public opinion by using social media to amplify controversial issues like gun control. At the same time, intelligence agencies are warning Russia, China and Iran are among the nations taking part in a continuing bid to influence American policies and voters both in this election and twenty twenty Chicago man accused of creating propaganda for the group. The Islamic state was charged today with conspiring to use OSA media to support the terrorist organization. After off l. Sappho appeared in federal court. On a conspiracy charge. President Trump is bowing to use the military if need be to stop the caravan of three thousand Honduran migrants from reaching the US. S. from Mexico big, fairly big percentage of those people are criminals and they wanna come into our country. The president also says it's too early to decide, but he could consider sanctions against Saudi Arabia over the presumed death of Saudi journalist, Jamal cash Gogi, Maryland officials are asking the US supreme court to uphold its law. The first in the nation against pharmaceutical coal, price gouging a federal court struck the law down this year. Are you ready for some mega millions or in this case? Mega billion. Larry. Ford is in Wisconsin was struck by lightning. Four times on a sunny day. I know it's kind of strange, but still kind of fun to the jackpot due to brisk ticket. Sales has reached one billion dollars prosecutors in the Bill. Cosby case are calling his bid for a new trial. Meritless. His lawyer says that the judge made mistakes and they want the conviction overturned. This is AP radio news. The White House correspondents associations, accusing President Trump of celebrating violence against a journalist later. Not gonna be chain, please. That's Montana. Congressman, Greg Gianforte losing his temper and body slamming guardian reporter. Ben Jacobs in may of last year over a question about a healthcare Bill. Gene, forte pleaded guilty to misdemeanor assault over the incident, but had a rally last night in Missoula President Trump used it as an applause line. Body slam Mike White House correspondent association issued a statement today. President Olivier not says, all Americans should recoil from the president's praise for a violent assault on a reporter, doing his constitutionally protected job. Ben Thomas Washington over Jinyu state delegate running for reelection wants to get all of his dirty laundry out. Now, Lee Carter tweeting that he's been divorced three times just so that voters know this is AP radio news. Hi, it's Jamie progressive's employee of the month, two months in a row. Leave a message at the. Hi, Jamie. It's me Jamie. I just had a new idea for our song about the name, your price tool. So when it's like, tell us what you want to pay, hey, trombone goes, blah, blah, blah. And you say, we'll help you find coverage options to fit your budget. Then we just all do finger snaps while choir goes savings coming at ya savings coming at ya. Yes, no, maybe anyway. See you practice tonight. I got new lyrics for the rap break. Progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates. Pricing coverage match limited by state law.

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Donald Trump's Awful 'Joke'

The Point with Chris Cillizza

04:52 min | 2 years ago

Donald Trump's Awful 'Joke'

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Losing A Loved One To QAnon; COVID-19 Cases Spike In Michigan

Here & Now

41:49 min | Last month

Losing A Loved One To QAnon; COVID-19 Cases Spike In Michigan

"From npr in wbz. Im tanya moseley and dime callum borders. It's here now. Georgians faced new restrictions on voting governor. Brian kemp signed into law. A major bill. Yesterday that overhauls the state's voting rules it adds. Id requirements devoting by mail among other things and even go so far as making it illegal to provide food and water to voters waiting in line to cast ballots. Georgia leads a number of states where republican lawmakers are working to pass new voting restrictions georgia public broadcasting reporter. Steven fowler. is here with more and stephen. I just mentioned a few of these new restrictions. What else does the new voting laws do. Well callum it's a ninety eight page law that touches on everything from requiring more training for poll-watchers too limiting the use of absentee ballot. Drop boxes to certain days hours and locations. I mean it touches on. Truly every part of georgia's law it also expands access for in person. Early voting adding an extra saturday four every county and allowing both sundays to be optional. Okay and in sort of an olive branch. I suppose voting rights advocates. I know the final version of the bill didn't include all of the restrictions that were initially proposed. What was left out. Well it like. I mentioned the early. Voting thing was not always destined to be an expansion. Original proposals of the bill would have limited or weekend early voting to just one saturday then. There was an option to say one saturday and maybe one sunday but now we see that expanded access and even though the state senate passed a law. Getting rid of no excuse. Absentee voting several top. republican leaders. Like governor brian kemp and house speaker. David ralston were opposed to that measure and ultimately it was left on the chopping block. Stephen lake many states georgia took steps to make voting easier during the pandemic last year. So i'm hoping you can help to see the bigger picture i mean. Does this new voting law simply bring georgia back to the pre twenty twenty baseline or does it actually make voting even harder than it's been in previous elections. Well that's a little more complicated. Because a year ago we didn't have the coronavirus pandemic and we didn't have absentee drop boxes for example so this bill actually puts dropbox into law but it limits. How many of them can happen and where they can be and when you can use them so in that regards it's a little bit restrictive but it's still more than what we had in previous years and other changes like the absentee. Id requirement our new previously. Absentee ballots and applications were verified by using a voter signature. Now it will require their driver's license or state. Id number so that's something that's different. But many of the other changes. Republicans are aiming to make voting easier. They say they include things like counties having more flexibility in how much equipment they use for lower turnout races and mandating that ballots be counted. Non stop as soon as the polls closed. So it'll be interesting to see how things change for georgians and for the local elections officials that make things work right. Many democrats of course are not buying that idea that republicans are actually making things easier in fact as the governor was signing the bill behind closed doors. Yesterday there was quite a scene playing outside of his office. Onlookers watched a state troopers arrested. Georgia state representative park cannon as she was knocking on the governor's door wanting to observe the signing. Take a listen code that sound from a livestream that was online. Cannon was arrested in his facing several charges including felony. She has since been released from jail. But stephen why did troopers arrested. And what's the reaction to this. Well park cannon is a democratic state representative. She is a young black female and she was wanting to try to get into where the governor was holding a closed-door bill signing ceremony and she was arrested because trooper said she was knocking on the door and disrupting an official part of the general assembly session. And then another charge. They said that she allegedly stomped on troopers feet as they drug her from the capital when she was being detained the reaction has been really really fierce condemnation the you have the optics of republican governors signing all of these voting restrictions behind closed doors while police escorting black female lawmaker away inside the state capitol and so it really underscores just how divisive these issues of voting are in georgia and nationwide. Yeah polarizing sure and if we look at the national picture brennan center for justice reports that as of last month there are some two hundred fifty vote restriction laws proposed in forty plus states. We'll keep track of that. Stephen fowler from georgia public broadcasting atlanta. Thanks to you thank you. Members of congress are sharpening their words for the leaders of some of the world's most powerful companies. But is it all talkers. Regulation really coming for big tech. That's the key question coming out of yesterday's capitol hill testimony by the ceo's of google facebook and twitter. It is the seventh hearing in four years. Cats kreisky covered the hearings for the washington post and she joins us now. Hi cat hi tania. This was another video conference hearing focusing on combating online misinformation and disinformation. Here's the committee chair. The dirty truth is that they are relying on algorithms to purposely promote conspiratorial divisive or extremists contents of that they can take money more money in ad dollars and this is because the more outrageous and extremist the content the more engagement and views these companies get from their users and more views equals more money. You wrote that. Lawmakers have upped their tech expertise since these hearings started a few years ago. What case were they making yesterday. So i think we saw several different cases from lawmakers yesterday but the overarching theme was that these tech companies are not bystanders. There technology helps amplify harmful content online and the overall message that we heard from the politicians was these companies need to take greater responsibility when their products are helping amplify and disseminate hate or violence or content. That's exploiting children. And all of that could lead to greater momentum to overhaul some decades old internet rules that basically prevent people from bringing lawsuits against the tech companies for the harmful content on their platforms. Okay i want to break this down a little bit more but facebook. Ceo mark zuckerberg disputed that his company specifically benefited from spreading lies and conspiracy theories saying it wasn't good for the company in the long term. How did that defense go over. And how else did you hear the. Ceo's defending themselves lawmakers did not take that defense seriously their response to the companies. Saying that you know we don't benefit from hate was then why is it so easy to find it on your platform. We really saw them try to pin the ceo's on this idea of whether or not they were responsible for some of the worst outcomes of bad content on the internet in one round of questioning. We saw representative. Mike doyle from pennsylvania. Press the ceo's on whether they were directly responsible for the riots at the capital which we all know were used online on social media and only twitter ceo. Jack dorsey said yes With a major caveat that lawmakers needed to look broadly at the internet and that did not go over well with the lawmakers will there was also a lot of attention. Paid to the issue of kids on social media. Here's representative bill. Johnson republican of ohio. Likening the behavior of tech companies to the tobacco industry. Big tech is essentially handing. Our children are let cigarette and hoping they stay addicted for life. How did the ceo's respond to that line of questioning. The ceo's were certainly on the defensive during that line of questioning. They basically made the case that the majority of their products are not intended to be used by children under the age of thirteen and they talked about. You know how seriously they take this issue. But lawmakers weren't buying that we heard multiple lawmakers challenge them on that fact and saying you know that any parent knows that these services like instagram are frequently used by children under that age and seemed like there was a lot of mental to overhaul existing laws protecting children online and that really was an issue where lawmakers made it personal a lot of these lawmakers on this committee our parents themselves who have children and teens who have experienced bad things online and some of them brought those stories forward as they were drilling into. The ceo's will cat the big question is did yesterday's hearings actually make any action more likely. As you mentioned earlier there was more talk of revising or eliminating section to thirty the liability shield under which these companies grew so big there was scrutiny of their business model democratic representative jan schakowsky of illinois said quote. Self-regulation has come to the end of its road. But we've actually heard that a lot of times before that's right. I think there are some escalation in the rhetoric in terms of the urgency to address some of these problems since this was the first hearing since the capital attacks but overall i think we heard a lot of the same things from lawmakers on at yesterday's hearing and that really to me underscored how broken these hearings are essentially. This was mark zuckerberg seventh time testifying in front of congress in the last three years. Jack dorsey sooner pichai have also become very frequent witnesses. And it just seems that these hearings don't really elicit a lot of new information from these. Ceo's or really show that there's a clear path forward on regulating them. Cats across key is a technology policy reporter for the washington post. Thank you so much. Thank you the. Pandemic is not over yet. Even though more states or lifting restrictions and expanding vaccine eligibility trends in the us over the past two weeks show covid nineteen cases are picking up more than five percent. The numbers in most places are nowhere near as high as the peak over the winter holidays but public health experts say there is still reason to be cautious joining us deborah for holding. She's an epidemiologist and michigan state. University's associate dean for public. Health integration. Deborah thanks for having me. I'm glad to have you. And i want to start by touching on what's going on in your state michigan's seven day average for new covid. Nineteen cases is up dramatically. A hundred and twenty two percent and that's one of the highest rates in the country and the state is reporting more than fifty two hundred cases just yesterday which is the most in a few months. So what's going on. We've got a couple of things so we've had a lottery opening. That's happened around our state and as you increase the opportunities for people to come in contact with other people you're going to see more spread. This is just virus transmission. One zero one. The more people come in contact with each other the more spread you're gonna get so reopening has played a big part in that. We've also got this myth that people have once they've been vaccinated and i tell people before you're vaccinated you honor the protocols you wear your mask you wash your hands. You watch your distance you watch your density and you watch your duration when you're out. Would he do after your vaccine. You do the same things. You wear your masks. You wash your hands. You watch your distance. you're density and duration. I think a lot of people also are not honoring that they think they've got the vaccine so they can be more relaxed and then. I think we have full blown. Kobe fatigue. It's been more than a year. I think people are tired. The vaccine is giving people false. Hope about where we are. And i think we're seeing the impact of that. So people are letting their guard down and that's giving way to more spread and transmission. So that's a lot of what's going on right now. And i know part of the longer term backdrop. Was that in some quarters anyway. There was fierce opposition to the lockdown measures in michigan last year. I mean they were armed demonstrations at the state capital the f. b. i. Even foiled a plot to kidnap. Governor gretchen whitmer. So is this kind of resistance. Still a problem in michigan as well. I think it's a problem because unfortunately we've politicized the public health crisis and unfortunately things like not wearing a mask became a political statement but it's not good public health and so this collapse of politics with public health and people not honoring protocols as a way to express their political views has been a part of the problem. It's especially problematic in michigan because we have a known high percentage of these new variants for the virus and the variance. Typically what we're seeing are able to spread more easily and calls moore disability and death. So we've got a whole lot of things happening all at the same time. That are fueling. This problem and the political landscape is only making it worse. We'll so how is the state's healthcare system handling the latest surge. Then well we've got a lot of really smart people with an equity centered approach to address these problems. Dealing with people's political beliefs is something that is an undue burden in the midst of public health crisis. It's why the laws are so important. So we do have mass mandates. We do have real tools and support for counties and cities to be able to enforce that so that people do get to exercise some free will but not in the midst of a public health crisis not in a way. That's going to put themselves and others in harm's way. So i think our protect michigan commission has been a real strong force. It's our vaccine equity group and nineteen taskforce. Michigan is the only state that i know of that closed. The racial disparities gap in cova cases and deaths were one of the first states to transparently report our problems and also the first state to solve that problem so i have no doubt that we'll do the same thing around vaccine equity but politics and political meddling are only making things harder you know if we look at the national picture we see about fourteen percent of the us population is fully vaccinated and more than a quarter of the population has had at least one dose of the vaccine and president biden is now promising. Two hundred million shots will be in the arms by the end of his first hundred days. That was a double. The original goal are your hopes for the vaccine roll out in the coming weeks while my hope is that every human being in this country that is on a vaccine waitlist or has a desire to get. The vaccine has fair and equitable access to that vaccine as soon as possible. The categories that we originally created prioritize people based on risk and exposure and. I do believe that it's important that we keep those people at the front of the line this issue around hesitant see. We're going to have to ongoingly deal with that but if we could just get the vaccine in the arms of everybody who has been yes. What we'll see is a cultural shift. There'll be a natural social pressure for people in their peer groups and their family groups in their workplaces who are in no or no for now to get on board. So i think the real push is to get it into the arms of the people who are a yes and to do that as fairly and quickly as possible. Deborah for it is an epidemiologist and michigan state. University's associate dean for public. Health integration. Debra thank you. Thank you so much Montana governor greg gianforte made international headlines after he body slammed a reporter while running for congress back in two thousand seventeen. He pleaded guilty and was charged with misdemeanor assault now. Gianforte is getting global attention. Again after he trapped shot a yellowstone wolf the mountain west news bureaus nate heggie has the story yellowstone. National park is known for a lot of things. It's geysers it's grizzly bears and it's wolves there around ninety or of the animals living within the park and they're pretty famous people from all over the world come to yellowstone specifically to see these wolves. That's jonathan proctor. He's with the environmental nonprofit defenders of wildlife. He says wolves are protected within yellowstone. But if they wander outside the park they can so easily be just killed. That's because it's legal to hunt and trap wolves and neighboring states. Such as wyoming idaho and montana as long as the wolf has stepped outside of the park's boundaries and that was the fate of a black male yellowstone wolf. No one has eleven fifty five. He was born inside the park a few years ago and he became one of the wolves biologist track using a radio color but recently eleven fifty five wandered outside of yellowstone likely in search of a new mate instead though he found a trap. Set by. montana's governor greg gianforte. Gene forte killed the trapped wolf on february fifteenth. A private ranch. About ten miles north of yellowstone perfectly legal except jian forte. Still got in trouble with montana. Wildlife officials because he failed to take a required wolf trapping certification course before killing the animal. John sullivan is with the sportsman's group backcountry hunters and anglers. And he says this course. It's like taking driver's ed before you drive. It's a really good thing to do. So that the people who are engaging in the sport understand what they're doing they're safe and they learn how to trap wolves ethically in more humanely as checking traps every day and killing the wolf quickly with a gun as soon as you find it. Bless this class is required. Everyone who traps. Wolves has to take but gianforte didn't and after he killed his wolf. He was issued a written warning montana fish wildlife and parks the governor's spokesperson said. Gee and fourteen made a quote mistake any since taking the class but sullivan said governor should have known better. He has been on an traffic in montana for a long time. And i i would be surprised to learn that he didn't know better than to finish that class that education and we hope that he apologized to the citizens of the state for circumventing the process that we all have to go through but nick jeevak with the conservation on profit montana wildlife federation takes a more measured approach. He says shirt gene fourteen screwed up by not taking the class but he also followed all the other rules. It was within the bounds of the season. And the only violation in this case was lack of that course he says it's a teachable. Moment for june forte. Still the governor's actions have drawn the ire of other prominent environmental organizations an animal protection groups including the humane society of the united states. Amanda white says the governor got off easy. He might have received a slap on the wrist in the form of a written warning. But there's israeli a slap in the face to the millions of people that come to his state to see diesels she says an iconic and famous animal wolf deserves better. She also argues that wolf. Traps are inhumane. They're extremely cruel. She says they hold animals. Until the either injure themselves trying to escape or they're killed by hunters new mexico recently banned trapping on public lands there. But it's still legal across most of the mountain west including montana where the legislature is trying to expand trapping opportunities for wolves in fact. Republicans are currently pushing a suite of bills that would drastically reduce the number of wolves in the state through hunting and trapping. There are roughly eight hundred and fifty wolves montana these days and gene forte. He's in charge of signing those bills into law for here. Now i'm heggie missoula montana and now in on the nasa rover perseverance. It's been on the surface of mars for about five weeks now and we're closing in on another big milestone for the mission one which contains a small piece of history onboard. The rover is a four pound helicopter and it represents nassar's hope for the first powered controlled flight ever on another planet. The space agency will make its first attempt to fly the helicopter in the next two weeks as part of its study of the martian surface and taped to. That helicopter is a postage stamp sized piece of memorabilia. A fabric swatch from the flyer that the wright brothers built and flew in kitty hawk north carolina on december seventeenth nine hundred zero three the wright brothers great grand niece and great grandnephew amanda right lane and stephen gave their blessing for this special mission. Saying in a statement wilbur and orville wright would be pleased to know that a little piece of their nineteen ninety-three wright flyer one the machine that launched the space age by barely. One quarter of a mile is going to soar into history again on mars support for here and now and the following message come from zuhdi. Why spend months coating when you can build powerful customized applications in days zuhdi offers affordable solution to build apps for your business apps that integrate into all your current systems and data sources and you're zuhdi subscription includes unlimited apps and unlimited users learn more at zuhdi dot com on. Npr's pop culture. Happy hour. Podcast we talk about what we're watching listening to or just trying to figure out like what concert films. You should watch if you miss live music and great books to read alone or in your book club all of that in around twenty minutes every weekday. Listen now to the pop culture. Happy hour podcast from npr. Mexico is now the third countries more than two hundred thousand deaths from covid nineteen joining the united states and brazil at that grim milestone. But critics say the real death toll in mexico is even higher. The bbc's will grant joins us from mexico. City will is there any evidence that the government there is under counting. The number of people killed by couvert. Well the federal government president under manuel lopez obrador stopped publishing the figures of excess deaths in mexico towards the end of last year about automob- last year And so we haven't been able to really get a handle on that figure but in mexico city of huge capital city within opposite twelve to fifteen million people in the excess debts. Vega is around forty six percent higher than it was in the same period last year. So a lot of people have been using. Those figures have been collecting them with figures in different states to suggest that the actual figure basically that mexico passed that two hundred thousand milestone quite some weeks ago and in fact now is probably far closer to three hundred thousand. Which if true is is very very worrying figure and of course would take into account the fact that so many people and there is evidence to support. This are simply dying at home. I never making it to the hospitals in the first base. Well along those lines were reading an associated press account that includes a quote from a funeral home worker who says he's seeing households with two three people all at once dying from covid what is happening in mexico right now. This full blown additional wave of the pandemic i. I'm reminded of an intern interview conversation. I had with a young man who had covid. He got it got it very very badly and the only person who was able to look after him with his mother because he couldn't find a bed he didn't have insurance. He couldn't find a bed in the public hospitals to how to ride it out of her in the process of looking after him his mother who is more vulnerable age got it and they simply couldn't find hospital for her despite trying fifty in mexico city and surrounding states when they did eventually find a bed for is essentially too late and i think that kind of image. That kind of story is a good example. Of what many. Many many thousands of families not just in the capital mexico city. Where i am but across the country have been through will here in the us. We have vaccines rolling. Out from johnson and johnson moderna visor so we know the us shipping more than a million doses of the astra zeneca vaccine to mexico. Is that helping with the rollout there. I think anything would be welcomed. This stage mexico has been characterized reacting. Very very slowly. I think in the vaccination program. And i think that has been a frustration for for so many and they look at say. Chili which is leading. The region arguably leading the world in in vaccinating is population in a timely fashion in a well organized fashion. But the reality is this is a complex country with very very different realities from one end of it to the other and it isn't an easy place to to sort of join up. Nevertheless i do think it is a fair criticism that there hasn't been enough. Preparation hasn't been enough for thinking and although that million or so doses that you mentioned all always going to be helpful. They need a heck of a lot more and they need them quickly. The bbc's will grant in mexico. City will thank you as an absolute pleasure as always a lot of us over. The last few years have been having heated political debates with family members but what happens when both sides can agree on a set of facts journalist. Albert samaha understands this. Well his mother is a staunch supporter of cunanan. And he struggled to convince her that. The far right conspiracy theory is ally. He's written about this in his latest article for buzzfeed news called. My mom believes in cheonan. I've been trying to get her out. And albert joins us now. Welcome to the show. They grabbed me. Glad to be here. Yes so you know. I wanted to talk with you about this. Because you're laying bare something that so many of us are experiencing. What made you take the step to write about your mom. Writing is just kind of how i process problems traumas i encounter it. It's cathartic to put it on paper. It forced me to to reckon with everything. I had in the story that i hadn't really fully thought through. I think writing it out. Don't do that process with. My mom really helped me get a better understanding of what it is. We talked through and how it had impacted our relationship. Let's talk a little bit. About what what these conspiracy theories mean for your mother what she's connecting to during your mom's first decade living in the united states he right that she was actually very indifferent politics mostly because she wasn't a citizen so she couldn't vote. You're also in the process of writing a book about your family's experiences with immigration from the philippines. How do you think your mother's political evolution coincides with with that experience do you. Think she's still reconciling the differences between maybe american ideal. And the reality. I think she came to. The country inherently skeptical of government. Because of the experience you had philippines out. You know kind of hurt. Her household being flipped upside down when president ferdinand marcos declared martial law and and sort of in that dictatorship and a lot of the corruption that followed even the revolution in that country left her bit disillusioned with the role of government so she had always sort of put it above all and seen government is merely a tool a piece on his chessboard. I mean i think her. Conspiratorial mindset sort of bloomed from those years in the philippines where the dictatorship was bolstered by actual conspiracies. I mean there's a million conspiracies that happened in the us over the course of time that we're only finding out recently right like i'm sure at the time the to ski experiments would've seemed like an absurd conspiracy. If i had heard about it or the cia supplying crack cocaine in income neighborhoods would have seen but spiracy and so think. The existence of these conspiracies. What sort of validated in. My mom's mind the conspiracies that that i do find baseless because it's like well what truly is possible until her evolution towards care about politics sort of came through the lens. Donald trump represented the person who. Who's who standing up to these conspiracies that she had long believed in you know. Cumin is based on the idea that that government leaders in hollywood stars are the secret satan worshippers and are part of a mass of child sex trafficking plot. There's another one that basically believes that key political figures like president biden and obama and others will be rounded up and executed. Is there any part of the cuban on conspiracy theory umbrella that you've been able to convince your mother may be wrong. Yes yes i mean. It's funny when mom because like there are certain aspects of cunanan work. She'll sort of surprised me by being like yeah. I don't know. I don't know i don't know if tom hanks was actually cloned like the concession. She'll make sometimes it's like okay. Maybe that was not true But who knows type of thing and usually that that's only been the case for like not even atlanta. I would actually some of the lower state stuff so like she likes. Chill back down for like whether oprah's a clone but she won't back down from like whether joe biden's clone because that's much more central to like kurt belief system the ideology and like her political beliefs whereas like she doesn't really care about whether a celebrities to clone so The stuff she'll get persuaded on the stuff that she doesn't care about. But i'd like that issues. She cares about s- she she has enough sort of confirmation from her like fake news sources to not have to back down about like biden body. Double the deep state trying to topple trump. I wanna get into the larger meaning behind you processing this relationship. But i want to know. How is your mom reacting to this piece. Negotiator reacting very positively. You know She she likes the story she she she. She found it funny. She hopes that people can can find it useful for navigating their own situations. While it's it's clear that your mother from from your article is very proud of you. Even if she doesn't always agree with what you cover as an investigative reporter and you right that that for a while the only stories your mom actually found credible in what. She called the mainstream media. We're the ones that you actually wrote. Can you describe how that shifted as she became more aligned with the cunanan ideology in some ways. I don't the north shifts. Had much to do with the cunard stuff. I think in some ways. Her perspective on my work personally hasn't shifted. It's that cheap. Generally trusts what i have to say when i publish stories except when those stories undermine the ideas she holds dear so if anything i think we're the cunanan stuff did impact. That was that they were just so many more theories that my reporting was now clashing with unanimously. Sort of one slice of the disinformation that formed this wedge between us. So when i hear from folks that tell me about how stunning it was to them to go through this junan divergence with their loved ones. I kind of realized that one benefit mom and i had is that we've navigated these waters for decades. Now you and your mom are doing this. Really delicate dance. Your you still have a wonderful relationship. It seems but you're constantly navigating this big thing here. Do you feel like you're any closer to having her. Having a deeper understanding of where you are and where perhaps the rest of society or mainstream society is. I don't know i don't know. I think that we've talked about the possibility of just avoiding the subject altogether but the thing is these are important issues right like beat like both of our both of our world views into things. We argue about. Are the utmost importance right. They constraint democracy authoritarianism like what we argue about. Are these really important fundamental issues about the world and we both feel that they're much too important to not talk about to not try to persuade the other person so we sort of. We decided that it would be impossible for us to just not talk about. Avoid the subject. So i think we're we have found progresses nor ability to talk about it and put up objections until each other when we believe the other is wrong without doing so in a way that that it's disrespectful or dismissive or like smug or anything like that and just sort of accepting that we see the world in two different ways that we will both continue. Try to persuade each other but that that does this disagreement doesn't have to define our relationship. He doesn't have to entirely students. Is that in a way your your takeaway message from this article because so many people as we said at the beginning of our conversation are dealing with this with family members and loved ones but i think the other side of this is that a lot of people feel that. It's more than just a disagreement that we can agree to disagree that there are bigger things at stake like democracy like the humanization of black and brown people in this country. And so when they're all of these conspiracy theories that people who have power through through voting and other means can take a stand on. How do you reconcile that at the end of the day. Everyone has kinda their own relationship. Like i don't think that the way my mom and i have handled. It offers any sort of like guidance or antidote for other people's problems Like for me. I could never imagine cutting off my mom or any loved one for having a porn beliefs. But like what's the line you know like how far the someone have to slip into having beliefs that. I find immoral before before. I have to take further stand. I don't know. I mean. I just take it one day at a time and i don't know if that would work for everybody i don't know if everyone even wants that I totally understand how frustrating it is to be on like this side of the line And not just how frustrating it is. How much of an emotional drain it is right. How much emotional labor it takes to carry that. And i totally understand. Epithets with folks that aren't willing to put up with that while albert. Thank you so much for sharing your story with us. Thank you for avenue. Pleasure to be here. That's buzzfeed news. Reporter albert samaha talking about his recent essay. My mom believes in. And i've been trying to get her out after five years. And six seasons the nbc. Show superstore has come to an end. The under the radar. Jim followed zany group of employees at a wal mart like store called cloud nine and it was known for its representation of race and working class people. Here's a clip. Nine team one two three on the long side us longer every year started here we would just put our hands in the middle and go hey. Npr tv critic. Eric dagens is here to talk more about it. Welcome yeah thanks for having me. Yes a superstar. Had a latino lead. America ferrera For most of its run. What has the show done well. In terms of accurate portrayals of working class people and people of color. I always thought this was a cute comedy. That very slyly talked about a lot of things that were going on in american society that needed to be talked about so you know one of the characters was an undocumented immigrant who once they realized he was undocumented. They had to figure out like how do we. How do we keep them employed at this store. You know so that he can stay in the country. The storyline of the series. Finale is that the corporation that owns this walmart like store is going to close most of its retail outlets and probably to close the one that all these characters work at and they all have to figure out. What are we gonna do now that this thing is going away and you know. They reflected the pandemic the pandemic happening in in their fictional world. So it was just a way of sort of having a workplace comedy that talks about the kinds of jobs that you don't often see in sitcoms sitcoms or a lot of times are aspirational and so the jobs that people have often white collar. They're often middle class There are often set in offices where people gather around water cooler or something. The this is a job where it's it's the service industry and they're dealing with people who come into store all the time and they're worried about overtime and worried about whether they're gonna make manager or not. You know things that working class people go through five. Years is a long time for a show like this. What other shows are following in its footsteps without really trying too hard to come off. it's performative. well you know. I think that's the problem like what other shows out. There are talking about this kind of stuff especially on broadcast television. I think that's the challenge you know. We've had a really weird year in a lot of different ways but the broadcast. Tv industry just took a really huge hit. Thanks to covid. The lockdown started happening right win the tv networks. Were going to start filming pilot episodes to figure out which new shows they were gonna bring to the air in september twenty twenty and it made it tough for broadcast networks to develop new programming. And so i think the new programming that we've seen over the past year from the broadcast. Networks has been much. We've seen a lot less of it and it's been at a lower quality because they just have not quite gotten the engine restarted. Well something else i want to ask you about. Regarding the industry disney is slated to release black widow and cronulla on disney plus the same day. The films are released in theaters. Even if media companies have a commitment to theaters is the pandemic forcing them to make streaming a bigger part of their release plans. I mean what does this mean for the future of the theater business. Yeah you know. And i think i've said this before i feel like the pandemic has just accelerated trends in media that we already saw happening beforehand so there was already this sense that the future media business might be in streaming and these big media companies like disney and warnermedia would be shifting internal resources to make more product for their streaming platforms and the pandemic just accelerated that. Because so many people stuck at home and so many people turning for entertainment to streaming platforms. There was a greater need to beef up the streaming platforms. And i also think that it revealed that the streaming services that do best are the streaming services. Have a huge library right. Netflix did well because it had a huge library. A huge subscriber base disney plus did well because it debuted with a huge library that cuts across all the media platforms at disney owns. And now you're seeing for example paramount plus which is owned by viacom. Cbs they're talking about investing billions of dollars to increase the amount of content. That they have on their service. And you know all these streaming services are now trying to figure out how to compete. It's almost like an arms race for content and even once we get to the point. Where a lot of people are vaccinated and it feels like the world is returning to normal. I'm not sure that sitting in an enclosed space with a bunch of other people that you don't know is going to be something that's high on anybody's list to do you know so so i think that's the challenge that the movie theaters faces that the pandemic has kind of removed the movie theaters from a lot of people's entertainment equation for long enough that there may be a huge percentage of the audience that just decides you know i. I don't need to do that to have that in my life anymore. As always thank you so much erik directly that's npr. Tv critic. eric deck ends.

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AP One Minute Headlines Oct 19 2018 06:00 (EDT)

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"MRs firefighter, Raphael poor yet for firehouse subs, introducing the new firehouse pub stakes up with savory steak, crispy, fried onions, and are rich Belgian beer cheese sauce on tap for a limited time or yours at firehouse subs dot com. Today, remember a portion of every sub you buy helps to my life. Siemian women for I responded, firehouse subs, joy, more subs, save more lives, limited time, only plus tax participating locations. Firehouse subs donate a minimum one million dollars in two thousand eighteen firehouse subs, public safety foundation by donating point, one, three percent every purchase Trump and Democrats. I'm Ed Donahue with AP news minute in Montana. President Trump is says, Democrats are responsible for a lot of shameful things and should be voted out of office next month clothing. What they're doing to our border by saying, we're not going to give you the laws that you need to protect our country. The president didn't offer any evidence, but said, Democrats or their allies are supporting a caravan of Central American migrants who are travelling north headed toward the US before leaving for men. In Montana. The president says, it looks like missing Saudi journalist, Jamal kashogi is dead. Threaten very severe consequences. If the Saudis are found to have murdered him during that Montana appearance, the president praised Montana, congressman, Greg Gianforte heard that he buddies Slim's a reporter. It happened before she in Fontenay was elected. This is terrible. He's gonna lose you election. Then I said, well, wait a minute. I know Montana pretty well. I think it might help him. I made Donahue.

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Episode 5: The Original Nasty Woman

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Episode 5: The Original Nasty Woman

"The United States have anxiety is supported by MSNBC as the historic midterms heat up MSNBC. Has you covered with road warriors on the ground and Steve Kornacki at the big board for mornings with Joe and Mika to evenings with Chris, Chris, Rachel, Lawrence, and Brian make sense of the midterms all fall on MSNBC. Listener supported w in y. c. studios. I am cavenaugh do solemnly swear I in found with where. Red cavenaugh with sworn into his lifetime seat on the supreme court twenty nine days before the coming midterm elections. It's already been an election defined by Fouzy Azam among women as voters and candidates. So how his Kavanagh's confirmation impacted things. One of the people we've been talking to in trying to understand this moment is Kelly ditmars of the center for women in American politics. Kelly is co author of a seat at the table congresswoman's perspective on why their presence matters. So Kelly, what do you know about how the cavenaugh battle has influenced things so far for women, it's energizing on both sides. So among the democratic progressive women that were already mobilized around a sense of imbalance of power between men and women. This just further reinforce the idea that the Republican party is not a party that listens to women's voices. But on the flip side there certainly repub-. Women who really came out in defense of brick Cavanaugh and we're almost energized in that defense and in the defense of the president. And so you could also see it sort of raising their attention towards voting in November, certainly watching Twitter every few minutes. Somebody was like, here's what you can do with this anger. Give your money to this candidate. Give your money to this part of the campaign. So what does that money mean with just twenty eight days left? Why is that money important? So we've run these really long campaigns, but the reality is the majority of the public isn't paying attention until the last minute, and there are decay effects in advertising and other words, you know, it stops having an effect after a week or two weeks in. So in this case, the -bility to raise high amounts of money. In the final weeks of the campaign allows you to put out your message more directly to voters and across platforms. You're trying to persuade some voters, but more than anything, you're trying to just be sure that your base voters the voters, who identify in Philly with your. Beliefs are gonna turn out at the ballot box on November six. And so it's on. We are four weeks out from election day in the battle lines. Are me John. I'm pyrite. This is the United States of anxiety, gender power in the midterm elections in this episode grasping. Why is it even. Okay. Yes. There's a historic number of women running for office right now, but does the gender of those candidates? Tell us anything about what kind of political leaders they will be. We're going to start with one race where a woman is running as an underdog and has in fact been an unexpectedly strong fundraiser even before cavenaugh. Kathleen Williams is running as a democrat from Tana's one at large congressional seat and Kathleen Williams. I'm running for the US congress. We to turn this thing around. She was a total upset in the primary and now she's steadily gaining ground on the Republican incumbent, Greg Gianforte now that they may sound familiar. It's because he made headlines last year when before he won a special election in Montana, he body slammed a report. The last did the same thing, get the hell. Williams may become part of this historic class of women this year. But you know, Montana long ago made history for women in politics over one hundred years ago, Montana elected the first ever congress woman to net Rankin now Montana never elected another woman to congress after that, Kathleen Williams would be the second ever. But the question we're asking in this episode is how did Janette rank and do it? Yes, she was white and her family had some money, but how did she actually get voted in four years before women got the vote nationally and what can her story tell us about women fighting for political power today. Women like Kathleen Williams, a reporter mar silvers was born and raised in Montana. She has her story. The first woman elected to congress. Lisbeth. Rague Jennifer? No. What was your so close? Oh, who was the first woman elected to congress in the country Janette rank, Janet Rankin bragged unit Rankin Janette Rankin you know that up top your head. What else you know about her? She was a woman zero. When I was growing up, I always heard Jeannette Rankin talked about as this legend, someone that the whole state should be proud of, but I never really understood her backstory. How did she go from the sprawling planes and rugged mountains out west to the halls of congress? I went back to Montana to find out more about this woman. I had always heard about, I'm on the road as you can probably hear. I haven't seen another car in. Oh. One of my first stops the spot between the Missouri river and a mountain range called the north big belts don't have any service healthcare. Oh, there's somebody the home that dinette rank and grew up in isn't around anymore, but she spent a lot of summers up here. The family's old ranch home is nestled at the entrance to a Rocky Mountain Gulch. Is the rink and ranch up this way. Okay, great. Then I'll just walk around a little bit you by yourself. Yeah, watch for snakes. Yeah. All right. Montana is still a wild place, and it makes sense to me that this is where she came from the landscape is rugged. It's intense. It makes me feel adventurous. It's a trait that Rankin showed throughout her whole life. There's this tiny dirt road that I'm on, and he goes in between these cliffs Jeannette. Rankin was the oldest child in a big family and they were pretty well off. But at the beginning of the twentieth century in rural Montana, there weren't a lot of opportunities for young women Rankin got restless. She didn't want to be stuck in a small town running the house, taking care of family. So when she was in her twenties, she left. She went to a place where young ambitious people have gone for a long time. Metropolis of the western world, automatic panorama of tolerance buyers and massive structures, a great rank and arrived in New York City in nineteen. Oh eight. And she studied social work and she spent a lot of time in Greenwich Village where she was not the most radical lady on the block. This is where anarchist Emma, Goldman and birth control advocate. Margaret Sanger were making history around the same time that rank in arrived. The village was a hotbed for political activism and it's where Rankin fell in with the crowd of women who challenged her politically and socially, not just lesbians for free laws, lesbians socialism. Anarchists. These women show up in her life from then on Rankin biographers, Jim, low patch and GM Makovsky. I met them in their living room in Missoula Montana. But how exciting for her, you know she to encounter women who were accomplished and making their own. Way financially. The women in Greenwich Village became rankings, lifelong friends, and according to decades worth of rankings, personal letters, some may have also been her lovers. I think that the most logical and I think it's responsible conclusion is that Ginette rank and was either by sexual or lesbian. Now, Rankin was very private about her personal relationships. So there's still a lot that historians are debating, but she never settled down with a man or a woman. She never had kids. It seems like New York City was where she started to see a future for herself as an independent political woman. And this kind of feminism was a big idea in the early nineteen hundreds. The first feminist movement in the late nineteenth century, and the early twentieth century must have been a just a deliriously wonderful time for her and other. Women who who had ambitions historian Lillian fadiman Ginette Rankin became an adult at a very heady period for women who wanted independence and sauve themselves as as more than the domestic creatures that many women were consigned to during the Victorian era Rankin and her friends were invested in making social reform with women taking the lead. They said, society's problems could only be fixed. If women held elected office and started making policy, and the first step toward taking political power was getting women. The vote after she earned her social work degree Rankine burst onto the suffrage scene and she quickly earned a reputation as one of the best campaigners in the whole country. Here's one part of a speech he gave in nineteen eleven. Men want women in the home and they want them to make it perfect yet how can they make it? So if they have no control of the influences of the home, Rankin campaigned all over the country. And when she had an audience, she made an impact. She wore stylish dresses and she had a striking figure. She was just captivating to watch. One newspaper article described her as having a kind of luminous quality when she spoke, but what really made an impression, we're rankings ideas. It is beautiful and right that our mother should nurse her child through typhoid fever. But it is also beautiful and right that she should have a voice in regulating the milk supply from which the typhoid resulted eventually rank and brought her new campaigning skills back to conservative Montana. And she was careful in her suffrage speeches. She didn't wanna come off as too radical, her friend and fellow. For just Mary O'Neill told her to be strategic all the dope. You can about the influence of women and behalf of the children and appeal to the higher standard of motherhood and true or home life. That's the gush that gets the public, that kind of speech that will do more to make suffrage ists than all the purely intellectual Gulf, that we might give them in a whole hundred years. Rankin might have been dulling down her message, but that didn't mean she was boring. She was in town speaking, and she came out and something like a gold, leopard print outfits. She was quite the dresser. That she just was mesmerizing compelling. Rinkins other strength was being willing to cover a lot of ground on the campaign trail. And that's saying something Montana's the fourth largest state and in nineteen ten. There were about two people per square mile, but by nineteen fourteen all of her road trips and street corners. Speeches paid off, Montana, gave non native American. Women devote native. Americans wouldn't get the vote until they became US citizens ten years later. So this was how Rankin ended up running for congress. Campaigning for suffrage was her gateway. Her launch pad. Montana's knew her. Women could vote for her her brother, Wellington, a lawyer funded and managed her whole campaign and in nineteen sixteen she did it. She won her seat by a landslide, but electing a woman to congress wasn't immediately headline news the morning after the election Jeannette Rankin said she called up the local papers herself and I have Ginette Rankin. And the newspapers at, oh, she lost Rankin gave this interview in nineteen sixty three when she was in her eighties and you can still hear how much she enjoys telling her victory story and. And along with about ten or eleven o'clock, Wellington telephone, but an Helen. I was in Missoula. That I have one. And so when women came into sympathize, we sit not. I said. And I said, but I had one, I really have done rank and said, the Montana papers didn't admit she'd one for another two days. When are they knew from the beginning that I hit one. Now, why did the newspapers say? I have all that time except for wishful thinking. The election was international news. The United States had its first ever congresswoman and after she took office letters to rank in from women, started pouring in having a female Representative created this window into so many women's lives. They wrote to her about factory conditions, problems on their farms about having sick children and the fear of having their sons drafted into war. One woman wrote to rank in with a desperate plea for help in the correspondence is a very poorly written long handwritten letter. From a woman named Jesse naked, who in her letter describes being an abused wife, Mary Murphy is a professor of history and philosophy at Montana state university. When she found this letter, she was stunned naked told rank in about her whole marriage and in nineteen seventeen that was unheard of. She was very happy to marry this man who seemed wonderful. And on her wedding night, he took away her pocketbook because he said she had no need for her own money. He did not swear me till five month at we remarried. I told him, I believed I was in a family way. Oh, how he cursed? It means said he supposed, I would be sickly, and you would have to spend on me and she then just chronicles a progression of verbal abuse of physical abuse of cutting her off from the community. And he knew all I knew of married life was what he told me. So he used me. A rough for six years of married life had to let him fourteen to twenty times a week that could not stand it. I got poor weighing around one hundred pounds, and she figures out how to write to rank in in ask for help. But Murphy says the country's first congresswoman didn't have many answers. You know Rankin what could she have told her to do? I mean, we didn't even have the concept of domestic abuse. I mean, had a right to his wife's body. She did not have any viable economic choices. There was no such thing as a shelter for abused women. And didn't get to be an advocate for women for very long. She was outspoken and radical, but she was also unpopular in one thousand nine hundred seventeen just days in her first term Rankin was one of the few members of congress to vote against World War One and her critics tore her apart. They said that she was week that she couldn't vote like a man, but the real blow came when rank and got on the bad side of the biggest corporation in Montana. She stood up and defy the conduc opera money company more than one hundred sixty men died in a mining disaster in Butte. Montana, the workers went on strike and rank and sided with them, but going up against the Anaconda company was a dangerous move over the course of the early part of the twentieth century, they take control of practically all the newspapers in the state. They control employment, they control the economy. They have a very strong role in politics. Rankin pressed president Wilson to start an investigation into the accident. She also called for the government ownership of metal mines, and the company did not like that. It's the political kiss of death. The Anaconda company pressured the state legislature to gerrymander Rankin out of her seat, lawmakers even had a slogan. Do you want to keep a woman in congress? Rankin lost her bid for reelection after her first term, but twenty years later, she ran again on a pacifist platform and she won in nineteen forty one a day after Pearl Harbor. Rankin was the only member of congress to vote against World War Two. And once again, she was politically sidelined. Coming up. What's going on with Montana today? The United States have anxiety is supported by MSNBC as the road to the store. Twenty eight teen midterms heats up MSNBC. Has you covered from now through election day with the road warriors reporting on the issues at stake from every corner of America and Steve Kornacki breaking down the numbers at the big board from mornings with Joe and Mika to evenings with Chris, Chris, Rachel, Lawrence, and Brian make sense of the midterms all fall on MSNBC. Hey, everybody. I note to those of you in the New York area come hang out with us. We're staging a live show in honor of IB wells who all but created modern black politics with her anti lynching advocacy. We'll have a dramatic reading of one of his most notable pamphlets. I'll talk with our biographer, Paula Giddings, and we'll hear from some remarkable women who are defining electoral politics today. It's all in the green space at WNYC on October sixteenth, but you gotta get tickets to join us. So go to WNYC dot org, slash anxiety, click on events and get your tickets. Now, hope to see you there. So Jeannette Rankin she gets the congress and she stakes out these unpopular positions, right? I mean, she takes on World War One, and she's talking about the labor conditions under the copper barons back in Montana. And so those stances lead hurts a losing political leverage. Right. So some of the people who celebrate Rankin say that the way she acted in her first term was almost sacrificial. She wasn't willing to seriously compromise on these major topics and it cost her her career see. And that begs the question. I mean, how effective was she has a legislator. The historians that I spoke to said, not very. I mean, she didn't have any major legislation passed, although she did get the ball rolling on some maternal and child welfare bills that pass later on. But other people argued that her meaning is actually symbolic, and it seems like rank in knew that at the time she realized that it mattered the stances that the first woman took on. War and labor now that's not to say that rank and didn't have her flaws as she used racist rhetoric when she was campaigning for suffrage in conservative areas, and she lived off of her brothers money, even though he treated his workers poorly, plus the people who knew her said that she was notoriously headstrong and difficult to work with. And yet she was willing to stand up for the people of her state. And I think that this is the kind of politicians that a lot of Montana's still yearn for so many people. They're still see her as a legend. She's like the original nasty woman. I spoke to Betsy mulligan day. She's the director of the Jeannette Rankin peace center in Missoula. Montana. What else do you think about when you think about her? She showed up, you know, and she had great courage in not listening to the voices that were trying to tell her to play it safe. She was willing to stand by her conscience, even though it cost her. Keep it if she sews symbolic and is still widely revered for that symbolism. Why has Montana not sent another woman in congress since them? I think that the easiest answer to that is that Montana has changed a lot since rankings time when she was campaigning. She sent her gender as one of her strength that because she was a woman, she had this valuable perspective that could be used in politics, and that's an argument that a lot of men aren't buying anymore. When I brought up the fact that she was the last female Representative for the state. Most men that I talked to were ambivalent, those women in office maybe Montana's just yet to get the right woman that is going to represent Montana views and values like with the whole Hillary day. And all of that. I just I don't believe women should run for that kind of position of our. They're either going to be too power hungry to prove themselves or they're going to. They're going to be too weak and soft hearted. But most women had a different response. That's really depressing. I've never thought about it in this term. That's horrific. That's not cool. Let the house up with that. How do you feel about that? I think it's a load of Dookie and I hope that we elect one to congress this year. So you're supportive, Kathleen Williams. I assume I am. Williams isn't the first progressive woman to run for the seat since Rankin women ran in the nineteen seventies the early two, thousands, and even in twenty sixteen, but Williams and her supporters say that this year could be the you're nice to meet you too. I met Williams and his campaign staff at the Montana folk festival in Butte. She was wearing a long green summer dress and it was really hot outside, but Williams was walking all over town talking to voters the whole time. Oh yeah. It's going to take all of us. Tell you bowling league golf buddies hoping through? Yeah, Williams was an underdog in the democratic primary. This spring. She raised a lot less money than either of the male front runners, but she one, partly by doing what rank and did a century ago driving all over the state to campaign in tiny towns and far out districts. She's been telling voters she's competent experienced and ready to take on the chaos of Washington. Congress can't pass a budget Washington's dysfunctional Greg Gianforte does not represent us. There is a need. I have the ability. So I've stepped up Montana is a fairly red state, even though it has a democratic governor and a history of democratic senators. It went twenty points for Trump in two thousand sixteen gene forte. Williams opponent is a tech entrepreneur, a millionaire one of the wealthiest members of congress, and he has a reputation for having a short fuse. If he's defeated, it would be a huge political upset, but voters and Butte seemed excited about that possibility. Williams. She's running for. Bob injury. Hi, nice to meet you too. I'm against you and fourteen Nova for thank you so much. I could tell you are. Thank you. Meet everyone's gotta. Can come off as a little reserved, but she has kind of quiet force. It's a kind of political willpower that I would like to imagine. Rankin would respect and Williams working hard to get out the vote after she won the primary local paper, published an article with a photograph from her campaign. She's down on the ground and it's the middle of winter. She's putting snow chains on our tires so she can keep trekking across the state. And when it comes to rank in Williams, doesn't shy away from the occasional hat tip and on leave you with this. It's been over a hundred years. Jeannette Rankin deserves a successor. Join us. The fact that this Montana seat is even play kinda says it all about this political moment. It's still leaning Republican. But right now it's on the map and if Kathleen Williams flips it for Democrats, she will almost certainly be part of a record, breaking class of women coming into congress, but Jeannette Rankin story. Got me thinking what if we filled all four hundred thirty five seats in congress with women? Would it change anything about gender equity in America? There's this really, really old debate in social Justice, circles, sort of tension between ideology and identity. Does one matter more than the other if we want racial Justice, don't we need more leaders who are people of color. If we want gender equity, don't we first and foremost need more women in leadership roles put simply does gender matter. And if so, how? I asked to really smart women tackle this massive question. They're both Democrats both coming. This from the left, and I'm going to get out of the way and just let them go at it. So here's a conversation between daily news columnist, Alexis Grenell and Fordham university political scientist, Christina. Greer. So just voting for women for women's sake puts you on a road that can be dangerous road just because I think we've seen time time again where you know I was talked my students about descriptive versus substantive representation. So yes, I think it is really important for young people to see female elected mayors senators, members of the house governor's. You name it president one day. However, we have seen enough women be terrible. I would much rather a forward thinking male Representative than some regressive woman. Women are just people, and we're trying to make up for a huge deficit in representation. We, we have a huge body of research that will women are in power in government and politics that they do tend to advocate in advance for issues previously, not sort of on men's radar. Women tend to focus more on education issues relating to child care, it's cetera. So they leave lately. And we also know that black elected right when why people are elected, they tend to care about issues that disproportionately affect people of color. So the d. scripted representation is real right and it sometimes but not all the time to substantive representation. Right. And so the point being, I guess, is that we need more in office one because again, in a Representative democracy, women showed we should have more women that's argument in now shouldn't be fifty. One percent of the population have twenty senators like, that's ridiculous. That's ridiculous. But I do think we also need to bring up, right? Like not all women behave the same way. We see when we say women, it's just this wide rush. And for someone who works like politics, it's like, well, no, right now black women are the keepers of the Democratic Party and democracy. White women are the ones who have been and continue to uphold patriarchy and a lot of ways all sorts of the ballot boxes. So I think we also have to be a little more intentional. Sometimes when we talk about the power of women making. The progressive politics or big democrat politics happen. She's like, well, we disaggregated those numbers. We see that it hasn't necessarily been white women who have been on that agenda. It's as we've increased the number of women of color who are in the political sphere as voters elected or whatever it may be. That's also pushing a leftist agenda totally. But the substantive representation also, I wanted to aggregate from this sort of essential narrative. So like it's very popular right now every time some scandal, scarred man flames out of politics to be like. It's like. What is true is women don't have the same kind of problems that men have office. Like right women are unlikely to whip out their genitals and walk around bathrobe and Dana Nessel who's running for general, Michigan cut a hilarious, fabulous. Add where she said she was like, I will never wear bathrobe to work. I will version. That women won't uphold patriarchy because ever looked at American history or read Mark Twain for five pages. You know that like white women have been the keepers of patriarch along very logs. Let's elect more women, but not because I expect women to necessarily behave better than men. Well, so so women, we, you know this from a social science research that when women decide to pursue high office, typically they sort of wanna do it because they want to change something there. Some policy issue they care deeply about and it's it's usually it's oftentimes a decision that comes to them like later in life, perhaps where they're like, you know, I never thought I would do this, but dammit, I got so angry about running for office now, which is why this moment is so unique and interesting because after twenty sixteen you see the exactly the age diversity of women who were like, you know what? This is disgusting, and I'm so frustrated having this particular person either in the White House or the. Governor's house or whatever it may be like, I'm actually going to get off the sidelines, right? And so women tend to, you know, get worked up about something pursue office to do something. We know men typically run for office because they want to be someone that that anecdote a lot of politicians or politicos us where it's, you know, you tell the female candidate, you know, it's like, well, we've done your preliminary polling and it looks like you know, only forty percent of people are behind you and it's like, well, maybe I should sit this one out, you know, maybe maybe it should go back and think about why really wanna run and research more issues. And then you tell the the male candidates like, well, we did your preliminary polling. It's like two percent of people. Great. So like when do we get started in? Wow, but I think that's obviously much larger conversation about society and how from very young age, we conditioned dishing Meng bells as leaders. Well, so here's the thing about the data about this. Women are more collaborative idea. So the electorate is more willing to. To vote women into legislative bodies not into executive panache executive position, but legislative bodies because this is a little bit chicken. The I think this collaborative idea suits voters who understand women as nurturing is motherly kind of role and it that bias works in women's favor because it also gets elected to legislative offices because they can stand up and say, look, I'm going to work with people and get things done forever. You know, come right. That was a Lexus Grenell. And Christina Greer rear is a professor of political science at Fordham university, and the author of black ethnics Grenell is the co, founder of pithy public affairs. She also writes a column in the daily news about gender politics. If you have been enjoying this podcast and I hope you have, then please do us a favor. Go to apple podcasts are wherever you're listening and give us a rating. Give us a review, get off line. 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Today is the host of the radical podcasts. He was also the libertarian candidate for senate in the state of georgia and he is known to many. I guess especially those in the republican party as the man who cost the republicans the senate and. I'm very pleased to welcome. Shane hazel shane. Are you ready to roar roar. Our breakfast of all week actually feel like you're not kidding. You actually. I've been practicing all week. It's my my boys horse warhorse. We've got a lot of talk about especially how you became I don't know. I i guess household name in many ways just for for i guess depending on how you want to spin it spoiling the election for the republicans in georgia. We'll get all that later but i. I really want to dig in and learn more about the shane hazel story. How you actually got here. Pick it up wherever you think is the best starting point but wanna find out really how this how this whole liberty ball started rolling for you. I grew up as a kid and suburban america On the on the cusp of kind of rural georgia out here and graduated with class of like seven hundred people. A minority in that class was about ten out of the seven hundred. That had you know different looking no nation and their skin different ethnicity. So i was really one of those kids. It was brought up to believe through the indoctrination camps here in georgia debt. America star spangled the awesome and after nine eleven. I was in school for college for three years. At that point. I ran off to join. The marine corps. Got into the special operations in in force reconnaissance and did a couple of tours and on my second tour i. It was a very different tour than the initial invasion into iraq. It was things like aja palooza to and tons of direct action and it was just. It was one of those things that really opened my eyes to see so a lot of the the damage. We're doing the pain and suffering or you're causing the collateral damage which is a really shitty word for killing innocent people right and this is like oh and i can i come on your show on all right so I was it was probably ended december sometime and we'd been pulled out of the front and we're back in our tent and i was reading. John taylor gatto man and for those guys. Don't know john taylor gatto thirty year history in new york county new york school system. He won teacher of the year year after year and he railed against the school systems. Amazing what what am i. Biggest regrets is that. I did not get to interview him before he passed away because he was someone who who's books. I had read For years and he. I was like i have on show some time. And then and then he passed away. was actually started. The podcasts that was that was a big regret. So never never wait to to reach out to someone you want to interview. That's right there's a bigger life lesson they're somewhere to you. Might miss up the man sitting there. And i'm reading this on that dead man and you get to the point where he's explaining the history and how it's not taught to and weapons of mass destruction the history of the american indoctrination system as he calls it and basically what they wanted was multiple people carnegie and ford brought it here. The thorndike dewey and van who for some of the players in that movement as well and they were fabian socialists. In what they wanted was people that were smart enough to run the machines but not smart enough to think for themselves and when time came paid for the ultimate sacrifice and go off and fight state sponsored wars with state-sponsored interested in ban. I set up in my bed. There in volusia and i was like holy shit. They fucking got me like i had. I mean it was. I had three more months in iraq. At that point. I was just like guys like you. Gotta read this book and the guys that are you know gave it to do and shared it with probably had the same awakening and it is. I mean it was one of those things where it made me begin to just say. I got a question everything now i gotta get. I gotta get smart. I gotta get rid of all the nonsense. And i got to be very open to be. You know the understanding that everything that i've learned from the time that i was five years old up until i joined and went through the the rest of it was all bullshit it was all indoctrination and along the way. Just find greats like right. You know ron paul. Obviously in his campaigns. And then you start picking up the witter of people like roth oregon nieces and hayek and you kind of go down the austrian path for awhile. And there's just so much. I you know in the interim i kind of became a constitutional expert with my then. I became an anti-federalist expert with my autism. I was like man. This can anti-federalist were they. Were spot on a prophets in terms of the constitution was a coup and it was to centralize power for the aristocratic combination. Golly bam these guys were. We were deprived of all these people. And so i got really pissed and started running for office in two thousand seventeen against a really shitty republican down here and cost him his next election and then You know. I talked to you by michael. Hi in gram down here in georgia. Hey you know you're libertarian. I hate to inform you. And i was like i'm running. You know psi ops in a symmetrical warfare inside the republican party. I'm gonna take this faster data. I was so wrong. Did i was wrong. That's a machine. It just needs to die and so that's kind of how you got involved in started. You know just trying to kick the guys in the nuts that we're going to dc and you know making sure that the miracle was gainfully employed against people. I well there's a couple of things i want to pick at. Their one is how you mentioned. You had this sort of revelation reading. John taylor does book while you're losing you said. At the time. I was at the mec. Which was the base outside of the city for probably about five miles away from the downtown center. And you still had three months left when you when you kind of had this revelation realize your whole life has been you literally. Being trained to become a cog in the system and you really became. Does that soldier literally what this was designed to create. And what was it like spending those last three months still on duty thankfully it was only three months. I guess it could have been. Could it happened to my maybe happening earlier would have been a blessing and occurs at the same time. But what was it like for you to sort of be be burdened with this knowledge this but still. They're doing whatever your order to do. I guess yeah. I mean so for guys that don't understand direct action like you're going you are the point of you. Know the the the the kinetic force it goes into buildings houses whatever situation. They want you to go whether it's hostage rescue whether you're collecting evidence whether you're going after bombmakers where you're going after people like batat otter and his lieutenants joff like i was the point man and so i was the first guy into whatever building we were going into four our platoon. And i'll tell you as a young man. I mean that was old for that time knows about twenty four but it was. You know it i. It was like okay. This is what we were trained for. Let's go do this. You know if. I die tell mom and dad died a good death right after that coal man. I'm going to be the first guy in and i'm going to die for a lie. Basically i mean to. I mean that's the thing is we were still operational. After we left volusia we did a lot of post post workup You know kinda around. This guy's up went back down and did some things for the the first election in iraq. But also i every time i went in to a door trying to round up quote unquote a batty. Man i was. I was disheartened. You know it was it. Was it different thing it was. I was very very worried that you know i was going to die for some international banking ball in corporate notary industrial complex in. Like i couldn't write home and tell my dad that would have broke their damn hard at the time so yeah. It's definitely that that was a long three months and we really didn't know even when we were going home. That point is we are kind of. We were on a marine expeditionary unit which is about a six month deployment which usually is just a on chip and make port calls in peacetime right and we got dropped off in kuwait they. We never saw those guys again for about a year so like we. Yeah it was. It was a long never ending and we never knew it was gonna end. Basically they came down in about a week or so before and said you guys are going home. Pack your stuff and you're not operational anymore. That's big relief. Were you done with your military service at that time or just with that particular So what do you hope happens. Yeah so to you. Know a tour turia. Yeah yeah you get you get through a deployment and basically what happens. Is you go back. You have a short break. Tour makes it sound so fun. Hey right sounds rancid. The all the the language that uses a lie. I tell people all the time. Use their damn language right like you're going over to murder people and so yeah. I had just a little bit left on my contract until november and that time you can't get put back into another platoon. You don't go back into a work cycle. You basically become you know. The the the old man accompanied that goes back and tells people about tt's basically tactics and procedures and things like that that you learned. That are an adaption. Because you're like when you go through training a lot of time training for the last battles now special operations. Isn't that bad. I should save passwords like vietnam. A lot of the stuff they train you to do was stuff that they learn from vietnam or desert storm Back in the day. But you know. I didn't have enough time so it was basically go back Teach other kids not how not to die. Spread as much knowledge. In the most professional ways you can start handing out books. Start doing psi ops. You know in the in the local. Cpa and in the barracks to for the older guys that are almost thinking about getting out and so kind of how. I spent my last few months. And i had a bunch of the built up at the end so about midsummer. I just checked out. I'm going to go and see the sights of america as the second time that you've used the word up in reference to like your liberty infiltration of something or other attorney like i am. I just have to start using that one myself. Yeah as part of my craft man. They taught it to me. I mean a lot of hell going through that kind of training man so if you if you can find a way to use it that benefits you know the liberty crowd. It's just like why not. Let's do this a lot of these guys. Have they created a monster. I guess in a sense with the That's the thing is cloud man. I don't wanna do this shit. I just i just tired of it. I'm just. I'm just that guy that got fed up and was like book they'll go out and run for office. Were all started podcast. I'll do everything. I can in my waking hours to fuel the messages liberty and so here i am i right kid. He's gotta take a quick break to let you know about a couple other fellas who are out there. Fueling the message of liberty. And they're doing it. Not one not two. Not three. Like the lions and liberty here. They do it five days a week. That is of course my friends and charlie over at good morning liberty and these guys have a really interesting background. They both worked in the music industry as well as the healthcare industry and they bring some really unique perspectives to discussing the ideas of liberty. They are really on. Top of current events always filtering everything through those ideas of liberty and they have some really fun segments including the dumb bleep of the week. Guys you do not wanna miss good morning liberty five days a week. You gotta get your daily dose of the boys. Find them on your favorite podcasts. And of course you can check out. Their amazing url bernie lies dot com. Do not miss good morning. Liberty friends back to the show. What was it that made you take that leap. Because a lot of people you know they might be like you have some kind of revelation realize their everything they've been told is a lie Start to see the world a lot differently but that a lot of those people might just kind of stay where they are. Maybe they are doing things differently in their own life. They're not necessarily vocal about it. What made you go from just having this revelation to actually coming back and becoming such so active between the podcast running for office. What what was it. That drove you specifically like. Was there something in your life that made you say. I can't just sit here with this knowledge that here believing this and keeping it to myself. It's probably a mixture of being dumb as hell and be doctrinal being indoctrinated stupid enough to waste their time doing this stuff. Irish heritage stubborn shit on top of everything else. So i mean really you could buy all these things and i guess that's just the product that you get when i show up on on the scene somewhere as like. Hey here's a guy that doesn't understand quit we've doesn't know when to quit or have the good sense acquit. He's been indoctrinated. The thank you know he needs to go out and run off and save the day and be a hero and all this other bullshit from his indoctrination Growing up and at the same time. It's just like i don't know man like i. I really buy into the idea of the consistent principle of liberty man. And it's you know it's once you see what what i've seen is you got it responsibility to go out there and educate and fight like hell in the most peaceful way possible if thing and i you know i think you just you know having an amazing wife in an awesome family that understands and has kind of. Come on this journey with me. I mean that's a big piece. You know it's one of those things that i think. A lot of people underestimate in terms of getting into a public life where you're going to be criticized where you're going to be absolutely beat up for anything and everything you do and even by people in the liberty movement so especially by many especially when you get involved in the side of us. I don't know. I get my occasional hate and such as a podcast but i feel like the people that get very very involved with the libertarian party. There's just an an extra layer of craziness the comes to it. Yeah i mean you're seeing it now. I mean we've got woke libertarian. Is meeting the maecenas carcass. I it's it's a mess right now internally but the good thing is you know. You don't see this outwardly. In a lot of other parties minus. The ron paul incident right so it was its we fight man and we we have discussions in. We try to you know. Make it better. And that's very good faith. And i think there's some this just young people that have this woke ism about him. I think in. I am very sure that there are some. You know what i'll call. Chaos agents within our movement on purpose. And so you know. They are going to sweep in young. Whether they're male or female and all that other kind of stuff that are you know putting in a wedge in just kind of going out there and shit housing. So it's i it's it's a very interesting dynamic and it's It's one night kind of didn't bargain for. Because when i first came in and it was like oh yeah we actually like you man. The republicans weren't like that like they were like. Who's this fucking guy right like. Who's this guy who's coming in here. The trying to take over and get rid of one of the guys who's holding a seat of power. We don't do that here like go. Screw yourself we don't care what you've done in your past and it's like it's a really i mean i love it here and it's dot. The people for the most part are just overwhelming amazing. People got in kinda go a little deep conspiracy here. This idea of chaos. Agents in the libertarian. Party or the libertarian movement. I mean do you think that they're like to. What level of depth do you think. There is actually a concerted effort to derail or thrown into disarray. Whether it's the liberty movement overall or the libertarian party. 'cause sometimes i think that too because i'll see certain people i'll be like this can't be a real person. How how could this be a real person and then the other part of me is like going to waste. Their time in the libertarian party. So i don't know. But i d. Do you really believe like there's literally like cia. Or what have you paid. Agents that are actively involved in creating more discord. And that sort of thing. I absolutely and when. I got work with oda which is the For better word. Usa sock united states army special operations green beret type Eight teams right is is what a lot of people would understand. These guys are indigenous type of guys go in and do force multiplication. They work very hand in hand with c. I a. humid type assets. And things like that. So when you see this up close and personal and you understand what the imo is you can kind of just go back guy that guy that girl that guy. It's tricky for those guys in the space though. And i'll tell you is because we don't have the money right like we're we pote. You know what. I'm saying like in terms of political parties. Are poor is shit so what they would they don't have on their side is the ability to come in here and throw tons of money at the situation because it stick out like a sore thumb and you know we really just sit there and go for sure asset back guy. He's a government asset for sure. But you can see in their techniques in liberty we we always proclaim aim and as long as you dot hurting people not taking their stuff in good ideas zone require for us and you agree to the non aggression principle. Why the hell do you care about the way people liberty right as a verb if they're bringing people in in a niche let them bring him in just because you don't agree with the method or the messaging as one of those things that i you know. I can see a mile away. That's not liberty. That's the foundational principle. Hey those guys have the right of association. Are they working towards something. That is a bigger goal. And do they have a niche. That they're talking to great. Do i understand that they are going to turn some people off in your camp fine. Those people need to pay attention to what you guys are doing. Wallpa- attention to what we're doing over here. And i think that's probably one of the biggest things between you know the the peace caucus right now as i know we've got some bomb throat hidden in. Hey you know we might have some new provocateurs mixed in there as well. Answer is i mean. If they're in the larger organization they would be in the smaller organizations trying to damn takeover. Or what have you of that of that organization and especially you know one. That's it's picking up popularity in in gaining traction to right. Where were you see a fight happening. That's where those guys are. Just they're trained to be magnets towards those situations in they'll find whatever type of crevice they can and they lean on it. They just pour into it. They the whoever they can and they push push push. You're like man. I see it plain as day a lot of times and you know some people are just useful idiots to right like there are some guys who go away man that guy over there and look. Oh yeah i'm gonna go over there and start shit posing. I'm going to start doing whatever. I can to derail what this person's doing and what are and i think for the most part a lot of the you know especially the big people in beast caucus. I don't think those people are assets at all. I think they've been doing this way too long in the is a little more reactive than to be that far ahead of the game but the honeypots. We've got any honeypots in the libertarian movement. I wish they don't send they. Don't they save those for for bigger stuff. I guess yeah. Those guys on the libertarian party. Come on those guys control. You know no money whatsoever and the smoking hot chick shows up talking about liberty. That's right by the way if you guys can In i mean if you guys can recruit females to this movement man. I'm telling you right now. That is one of the biggest things you can do as a movement to start growing your movement. I mean it's just it's just biology disseminator. Now i wish we had some honeypots man. I think we're going to get. I think we're gonna get a lot. I don't think we're going to be on par with democrats and republicans. But you know. I think we're going to have a lot more of that flowing into places like georgia and possibly even places like new jersey kentucky and places like that where people are making pretty good strides within the liberty movement. And it's going to be very interesting cycle in two thousand twenty two for sure that'll be a good indicator if you're doing something right is when the honeypot start showing up like all right. This is okay. we're making. That's right saying. I think he might be one of the most qualified people to wait. Obviously i know where you're going to come down on this debate. But there's been a big ally discussion lately. In the broader libertarian movement of of where the best way is to kind of focus this energy specifically the energy of of the ron paul movement. We recently had a couple of debates here. With david. Smith and eric breaky specifically discussing. Yeah huge fan. It's i've described them as just like amazing boxing matches. Where you you think person. Winning is whoever is in control at that moment. So whoever's talking. I'm like oh yeah ericsson definitely winning this then dave nowadays because i think they both know they're both have amazing points and they're both. I think both right in a lot of what they say. I don't think either what is making points that are necessarily incorrect. I think these are both these are both potential methods one could use. But you've actually used you've actually attempted both of these paths. You actually ran and tried to use your magic in the republican party and quickly gave up on that so maybe start there talking a little bit more about your own personal experience trying to do your own little of the republican party. What was it like trying to run against a wall like it was an incumbent republican or just someone you know in power in the party and and i'm happy to that that quick tidbit i will. I say i want to ignore your question completely. Listen i know it's my questions question. Just killing time to get the guest to talk more so take it wherever you on. You know how this works. Yeah there's a there's a battle between what's the right way to message in my answer is yes what can you do if you're if you're the point man if you're a talker if you are a person fighting for liberty than go do what you think you can do for liberty. Don't sit around. don't wait. This is an entrepreneur type game. And i think that's why liberty fails in america so much because of the indoctrination from five to eighteen and then onward from there right. I think if you see a path and you see a way to fight or change the game or sway or pick people off go go fucking like i'm all for you. I don't care if it's if you see it at the republican side you see if you see it at the democratic side vine if you see it at the dogcatcher level or you see it at the state or the national level could go do it. That's those are the. That's the message. We have to start sharing. And i know everybody's got their thing but to sit there and shit on you know people who are putting in the hours in the work in the passion away from their family you know not as a main source of income like just go you be behind him like good man. I don't agree with your shit but by all means now in terms of my story with the republican party. I think the republican party is absolutely unsalvageable from the inside right so you know i came up in like i said my own area. I ran for house in the area where you know i played football and went to school won a state championship and then ran off and joined the marine corps and got into special operations in you know had awards for valor which are state corporate murder bullshit trinkets rate it sound like qualities republicans to love though. Yeah i mean. I hate taxes. I can't you know. Taxation is theft you all the things that the republicans say. They're into great. So i found rob woodall my rap and i looked up what is his constitutional metric as a constitutional expert per article. Six section. Three he should have been voting in line with his oath for office. And that means article section to the anything that's not pursuant to the constitution itself. It's not withstanding so when legislation would come by or continuing resolutions would come by or the patriot. Act or the indy. A it or things like that or gun control. And he was super soft and he had like a fifty percent constitutional voting record doing his job per his oath. Fifty percent of the time. I was like cool in. I'm going to kick this guy in the nuts and man. I'm going to change the world and then i met the gop machine so the gop machine in georgia especially the metro area in the northeast side is very very controlled. I mean down to your district in county parties and they will not allow that man. Who's in that power seat to be judged by an outsider. They are not gonna let you primary in a fair way and so we had debates mood. We had debates cancelled. We had absolutely you know. Just people lying through their teeth at those levels where it was the the district chair and the county chairs all colluding together to say this guy. Yeah he's he's got a pretty good message. But are we going to give up that power in a year where the jobs. Seventh district is at risk from a democrat. And you're sitting there going. This is your do it. This is the year you send your fighter in to go in there and make a clear delineation instead of this policy. Wonk who could say a billion things without saying a damn thing and so man. I'll tell you it was just. It was just cutthroat backstabbing lying manipulation bought and paid for good old boy network and for me. It didn't work. That doesn't mean that you can't go into your local. Gop and take it over. It doesn't mean that you can't go into your local district and take it over. It doesn't mean any of those kind of things. I will tell you that. It's a popularity contest in those circles. It is gross is kind of like middle school and high school and you know people you know people have people are stupid. I'm going to say like the average. Republican are stupid as hell. They don't have any indication they have done no research. They think the guy's cool. He's won a popularity contest. He speaks a good game but they really don't know what he's doing up there and so for example like when they pass a continuing resolution on abortion. Republicans are supposed to be totally. It's abortion every time we continue resolution comes around five hundred. Fifty fucking million dollars goes to planned parenthood and he authorizes. You're sitting going you love. The troops was the mission. Rob got crickets as a guy who's been there and done that and like you're sending guys off to die in for the murder ball and you have no idea what the state is. What the mission is what's missing complete. We're just gonna have. This open ended kind of thing and so i saw like that and i was like i always. I've done i'm out. I will never waste my time with these guys. Ever again their unprincipled they are not only on principle. They are some of the worst human beings allied to think they re spotted you from the beginning as like. Oh this is a guy that actually believes what he's saying we gotta we gotta we gotta black guy out. This isn't going to work for us. I think that was probably a lot of the takes out there it was. I think people were scared. I think when you come in and dropping bombs and tell them how fucked up they are like. Sometimes that doesn't work and to be fair. I needed to work on my approach. A little bit right like i needed to be a lot less serious. I i have a lot more fun with it now. I mean to be able to smile and kind of point out that the ridiculousness of what this murder ball is guys you can see. It's it's it's dark. Comedy and marines are really really good at dark comedy right like you could just sit there and point out all the bullshit policies and smile about it and make jokes. A lot of people aren't going to get it but at the same time it does have its certain niches in one of those niches happens to be anti war vets which i think are very powerful people in one of the main tenants of what. We're trying to do in terms of the libertarian party. How republicans respond to your use of the term murder. Cobol you got it. I mean that's the thing is when i say there are there languages ally. I mean it is in try to you know to to talk about things like the compulsory government indoctrination camps. We send kids to the murder ball. Which is what they call back in the anti-federalist aristocratic combination. These guys are a bunch of damn very very rich people who are elites who are gatekeepers who use a system designed for them to keep other people in their place and then to go and make fortunes off of whatever their industry is and so when when you can explain it in that way i think it does at least jara. There are people who you want to know more you know in those are the people that you peel off and there are people that obviously are just like your year in idiot. Mega mega mega. Just trust the plan and you know it's it's it's really those are the people you leave you save or you can save and you leave those that you don't have to waste your time. It's the way. I look at a lot of like bomb throwing Arguments we might get into on facebook. A you know a lot of that stuff like you're not necessarily going to be changing this stuff. I really do anymore but back in my day. Back in miami. Posting like twenty. Ron paul day day i was constantly are in arguments on facebook about everything and but in many ways is a waste of time. Perhaps but usually the person you're arguing with is not who you're even trying to win over. It's really the silent people that are might be watching because there are always people. That aren't commenting that are just viewing. Actually i'd say most people are just passive viewers of these conversations. Because they're just they see some kind of dialogue pop pop up. They might be interested in what what's being talked about. And they see some phrase like murder cabal and they're like what the hell murder but you know somebody in there is going to be the one that actually goes well. Maybe that is kind of what it is. And it's gonna lead them down that rabbit hole. So i mean i always look at that stuff as. Yeah i might. I'm not trying to even win the argument at all on on social media. That's absurd but you might inter someone you might peak someone's interest just by something you say and and that's really the whole reason to be out there doing this stuff no matter whether it's on a podcast whether it's running as a republican or libertarian. Whatever we're doing people take their own metrics and say what you did was a failure. What you did didn't work blah blah blah. But there's always people out there listening there's always people out there have had. This happened to me over the years. People that i didn't even know like give even cared or knew that i had a podcast that would reach out and say hey by the way. I really like what you're doing. I really appreciate a lot of things you're posting and talking about and then you say okay. Well that's why i do this. It's not for the people that are arguing with. Yeah no and i tell people that all the time and it may not be the person you're actually talking to. You is probably going to be the people. In the periphery. And i wanted the message that i spread when people ask me about effective messaging is exactly that i know i am vulgar and i know i cost and it turns a lot of people often. That's that's okay the the what you're trying to do as libertarians and what we are terrible at because we're super fucking smart little too smart ah-ha and maybe a little autism and i have the same problem sometimes. Tried to take my pills. It's it's we know what you guys have read is actual truth. We know it is consistent in principle and you can apply it across the board. We know you guys know austrian economics. We know you understand the nap. We we we have superiority in terms of thought. The problem is is when you remove the humanity from your messaging which you get is a very stale very robotic very cold type of message that most people can't digest because they haven't they haven't put in the work they haven't put it in the time and on top of it where they have to do is admit that they were duped. That is one thing that most people in the democratic party in the republican party will never admit because of pride and so when we when we are messaging to people leading with humanity telling stories about how you fucked up in life and how you did some terrible shit overseas in like how you were absolutely duped over and over and over again. I the system by the burqa ball. This designed to do exactly that say it gives them out. It gives them that moment to go. Hey man if he messed up and if he's gone this route and he's a human and he's letdowns defenses to see. Tell me he's messed up in the past that he is not a perfect person. And he's not claiming that his ideas are going to lead to a utopian. They're perfect is like lead with your humanity bleed into people give them the smart stuff as you're going name and if you're actually really interested in this maybe go read this book. I'll maybe i'll send you a link. What's your number right like. Just there's gotta be a much more human element to do the libertarian party. Yeah we we can't lead with go. Read human action. Get back to get back to me in three years when you're done or no that's too much for you. I'm sorry here's man economy state. It's a different thousand page version of the same thing. You might get someone to eventually what to read that work. But you're not gonna convince them by throwing this book at them or throwing any book at them because ultimately people are moved like you said by stories. They're moved by real stories. This is the story of civilization civilizations have risen and fallen based on stories so that really is and that is the biggest in many ways of the libertarian movement or focus on charges and the graphs and the the nap things that just go over people's head that's all important stuff. It's all the basis of what we're talking about. It's all the stuff that we've come to understand but it's probably not even what got us interested in like at all. I mean for me i mean really. Just ron paul himself his own inspiration his own story in his own actual bravery that i watched on television as he's as he was mocked as he was scolded by by these other republicans in their fancy. Nice fitting suits. While his is like falling off. I mean he comes across as a real person because he was and that bravery being able to stand up there and say these bold things that you just especially back then back in two thousand eight. I mean you didn't like blowback. what are you talking about legalizing drugs. No we don't talk what he said. That all my god. Who is this guy. Who is this quirky little guy. But i mean. That's the kind of stuff that move people. And ron paul might have mentioned. I don't think he ever mentioned like muses or high in a in a debate snippet. He would interviews. You'd say like go read this stuff. But you're not going. Put that stuff into your into your initial sales pitch into your lead magnet. You have the cash people's hearts and minds in some way and then when they want to then you can hand them when they ask you. Hey we're working. I learn more about this. Then you can handle them maybe human action but then you can start handing them going into your library telling them what to read and letting them take themselves down this journey but trying to force the dernie down someone's throat it never works no no absolutely. There's there's got to be the human element in the human connection. I and you know shorter shorter the better in terms of capturing attention. If there's literature involves the six lessons. That i mentioned by john taylor guidance about a page and it is mind blowing for somebody who may be in the education field or related to somebody who's in the education field. If you can leave little you know things like that you know maybe put something on there like man teachers you gotta read this and then slip into maybe the teachers lounger on the property and it's a lot of what we do in terms of like dropping pamphlets in the military right like these are siab's this is part of the process. It's like hey you gotta spin introducing things that are easy to digest that are going to smack in the face maybe even turn on a light and then obviously that that opens at rabbit hole. So it's been to see a little guy right. What a great inspiration. I mean the guy knows more about economics than most economists do. He is a you know a. You know a women's doctor on top of it and he is he's older. He's more frail looking and he stood there like a piece of iron. Didn't waver in the face of some of the most i guess potentially powerful and people who had the spotlight in the propagandist in their pockets and men out. There was an awesome sight to see pretty pretty awesome in terms of being an inspiration. Yeah that's what inspired me as well 'cause i was. Actually aria libertarian long before that presidential run. Actually through through ron paul's writing as well. But i wasn't something i talked about at all. It was just like my personal weird hobby. Like i read. These books about libertarian. Theory and thought it was cool. It was never something. I discussed with really anybody at all. And when i saw him up there taking this flack taking all this heat and never wavering. Never wavering at all. In fact he'd be like when rudy giuliani asked him to apologize for that for now even the idea that perhaps perhaps bombing people and dropping bombs on their houses might anger them enough to to retaliate. In some way he stood his ground doubled down. And that's what told me like okay. If this guy can stand up here on this stage with these bright lights Pounding down on him as everyone just chastises him and he can double down on what he's saying and stand tall. I maybe start talking about politics with my friends. I mean that's where it started from years later. Those conversations turned into podcast. But but that was really the impetus of it. Yeah and that's That's kind of one of the jumping off point for me to do a lot more study into what he had been recommending. And you know obviously the the amount of study that he was passing on even at that time. Was you know more than i digested. This point speaking of digesting things like these transitions guys. Is it a bit of a stretch. It might be but one thing. I love to digest is coffee and coffee is excellent. Especially when you have fine premium coffee from our good friends at lauren. Zadie italy as you guys know. I've been mentioning them for a long time here. And that's because they have been supporters of ours for longtime they are patrons of the show their sponsors of this show And they also happen to make or they don't make it. I'm not going. I don't wanna live. You didn't make it. But they do. Acquire it fine. Premium italian coffees affordably. Delivered to your house in these neat little tins. 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Did you have any inkling that this race would be so close and that year percentage would could actually be seen as like the actual deciding factor and that that would actually be like that literally the last thing that changed the course of the entire makeup of the senate in so. It's one of those things where we had a jungle primary going on at the same time in the state of georgia and obviously you don't have the senators elected in the same year so there was going to be at least one run off in the state of georgia in a very very contentious election cycle with trump and whoever the democratic nominee was going to be at the time. So i said you know with ryan. Grim and the libertarian party has like listen you know about i. I didn't nominate myself. I didn't i didn't necessarily even want to run I got nominated and survived the the elimination process. And all that fun stuff which is gut wrenching. Especially when you're in a room with you know that many just amazing smart people but yeah i. I knew as soon as it. Was you know a done deal. This is going to be one of those races that could determine some very very you know the the power shift in america and i you know about what a month later. We got locked down here in georgia. And so the only way that i could communicate with people was through my podcasts for the most part and i wanted to set a i wanted to be something different in terms of quote unquote a politician right. I didn't take a bunch of money as soon as we started The the lockdown. I told everybody stopped donating to my campaign. Go out there. help your neighbors and help your small businesses. I didn't spend a dime on the campaign that people donate donated. You know a little bit of money. Obviously i'm podcasts. Against things like that and it was. It was a different. Feel right from the beginning We were blackout polls We were not included in media. Had to battle the even get like a blue checkmark as a you know a senatorial candidate for a major party and so it was. It was basically. Just go out and speak truth man. Go out and expose who each of these guys are for. You know who they are jon. Ossoff was loved and adored when he ran for the seat georgia's sixth district which was really expensive house race. He lost that. And then i knew when he got into this race i was like man. That guy's going to have a ton of money. Zoe i can keep up with that. There's no way. I can keep up with david. Purdue who is another guy was a twenty percent constitutional voter. listen. I think the constitution was a coup. But still to this day like that's what you know. Quote unquote the right measures. People against in to expose that guy's record it was super. You know super easy for me to do. I got to have one debate with them and just trounced both of them. Had you know the democratic candidate saying well chains right about david purdue on this and then you had david producing will change right about jon ossoff on this. And what are they all. Do they go about their two million votes for the duopoly. So i i knew it was gonna be those that that bar you know i gotta reach it about three percent somewhere to send this to a run off. How did you manage to get into the debate. That that's what. I'm curious about after your black data polls blackout seemingly everything. How did you work your way into that. Thank god this is the only time i ever say this. Thank god for georgia. Public television right like i i don't. I'm not a fan of state-sponsored television but they were the only people that invited us to the debate. The guys down in savannah the guys a channel to the rest of them that had debates to debates between those guys. I was part of one of them. And then you know purdue wouldn't show up for the rest of them because he he. I mean he looked like he got his ass be. You know he was you know. Parts of insider trading before everything went to shit. And so you know it was. It was just one of those things where once he was exposed. He didn't even have the gop support anymore. And i thought that was. I thought it was a really interesting thing in the fact that you know we got about one hundred and fifty thousand votes or about two point. Three percent of the total vote count. Man it was a late night and by the time they came back the next morning. They were like it. Looks like this things. Going to a run-off national news press afterwards that's pretty impressive. Those are pretty impressive. Numbers considering you didn't spend money and we're blacked out of polls. I mean what what do you think was the key to actually getting those hundred and fifteen thousand votes i. I can't imagine they were all. Libertarians are all all listeners. At the radical guest its messaging man and so i i came out and started throttling governor kemp from day one and i went down and let's protests. I lead one. That was a armed protests. You know right out of the gate. It was april. We went out there. I wrote a new declaration of independence in you know. Signed it and all that kind of stuff. We had the buddha boys show up and thank god. They did because what my local sheriff had told me. Hey you guys go out there and protests do whatever you want and then he blocked off the whole place and guys showed up in the next time and i was like. Hey we're gonna be here so fuck off in. We had our protests and then we went down to the georgia capital after that that was not a arm protests You know it was more or less. Go out there and make yourself known and so you know i. It's just it's messaging. Don't be apologetic. People be brave. Don't you know if if you do mess up a polish. But here's the thing is if you're consistent you're principal and you know this if you don't have to apologize and you don't care what people think and i'm telling you people are ready for people who go out there and have the fight you know if it's a one thing that donald trump did well he at least had a fight. He at least exposed near the propaganda in exposing you know the the the mac expose a whole lot of things out there and he had the fight and people were like yeah cool. I don't think he was right. Guy having the fight obviously but He he at least was there was a fight and i. I think people really adore the people that are underdogs that will not waver who will stand in. actually. Yeah ron paul. It's just one of the things why not be like this guy so I want to talk about what what it was like for you. Once this thing was sent to a runoff eventually republicans lost the senate. And i'm sure in fact i know i've seen articles about it that you are taking a lot of the blame from especially republicans that don't want to. They don't wanna blame themselves. So what are we going to blame saying. Hey so what has it been like. Schroeder's cat right. Like you guys will never ever fuck and win and also you guys don't matter like both guys like it's it's one of those things race reading. Here's libertarian candidate. Pointless and you causes the election. I got a lot love notes. I mean i mean just foul as falcon beef from from from everybody. That's the thing that's how dumb people who are voting for democrats and republicans are and. I hate to say that man. It's like i should say indoctrinated but to have like democrats you should drop out. And i'm like dude not in the runoff election. You really don't know how this works. Do have republicans saying you were going to you. You're gonna cost us the election. And here's the thing is. I also gave. I had our conversation with david. Purdue the senator. At the time i invited him to come and be a guest on my show. He said sure. Let me come and so what they did is they had mike lee call me and then they had rand. Paul's people call me interviewed rand. Paul my show where he basically said. There's no damned difference between democrats and republicans up here. But if you elect david purdue and we keep the majority at least i have bigger say and i was like that doesn't say anything about this asshole that you guys want me to endorse. So i didn't endorse him. I did say hey man come on the show and what they had done is they had sent rand paul into the waters. You know being the most liberty minded republican. Who's not a libertarian at all To come out there and test the waters. And so i got a text from david purdue not even a phone call saying you know i saw your conversation and i don't think there's any point in wasting time and i was like that's one hundred fifteen thousand votes you'll need it about fifteen thousand of those things to walk away with this election and so what you're doing is saying nascar you. I even man even stroke his ego a little bit. You know you could be really good. You've got to be a lot tighter on rights and everything else and may up like like coach man. Y'all dude flattery for those bastards is exactly you know man sure is and so you i get it and i said yeah you know. Come and offer something coming off from a policy that you'll fight for all you gotta do is say candidate won cannabis. Legalisation do it. You will get fifteen thousand votes and so now. i'm sorry. I'm i'm still not going to do it so i sent the text out to everybody. The gop libertarians democrats. Everybody i said this is your guy. This is your guy who doesn't think that the liberty vote is worth coming on a show in taking the slings and arrows or offering fucking olive branch. And i mean. I i think at that point it was just like i can't be the bad guy i know. There's a lot of people that wanted to hate me. I've had brought people on that have written articles about me to have that conversation. Be like look dude. I wasn't even the election right like it doesn't work that way in when you can sit there and just speak truth and you guys understand. Hey republicans are progressives as well and people saw that kind of stuff they were. They were totally turned off. So i don't know. I like i said i have pretty thick skin. I really don't care what most people think. So i'm gonna continue to do what i'm doing. I parlayed it. So i'm going to seek the governor nomination down here in two hundred twenty two to go after. Brian campos widely hated right now. So you didn't learn your lesson The learn your lesson spoiling the race. Here you go again. Stubborn hard headed brother. Hit is has just my nature and intel. We're much freer. we're on dead either way. It's a it's my mission in life. I'm curious what you think. the like. The role of a liberal libertarian candidate. Like yourself can can really play. Like i mean i i love to thank. You can win the governorship. I loved that. But i think you probably recognize that. That's really an uphill battle. What though bishop a few weeks ago and his kind of ideal for what. The libertarian party could be more of a gop not more of. He's a gop guys. I but he he says if it is going to exist and be out there. I mean what what libertarian party could really do is kind of play. Kingmaker in certain races like years might have been a good race for in terms of the numbers. Like they say all right like maybe someone like rhonda cintas. We're not going to run a candidate against because he was so good on a lockdowns. That's those example mine. Do you think that there is a case for a third party candidate or someone like yourself like if one candidate is actually a good enough. It literally has shown enough for liberty. Does it make sense to pick assigned the duopoly. And maybe t and have the. Have the endorsement go that way to. Is that a better way to display power sometimes or is it always the best in your view to just stay the course and just stay that candidate and and spread that message. I think it's very nuanced. I think for most of the time you're gonna come out like ninety nine percent. Don't endorse that. You have power like in those moments where you send something to a runoff. That is where you have the power and to let it go to push your power into something that you don't believe in fully i mean and i mean this is your own determination but to go out there from for myself and endorse a jackass. Like david purdue or a. Brian camp or something i i lose every ounce of credibility it. It's it's not worth it. Hey you had a chance. You had a chance to pick up a whole bunch of liberty if you would have not been fearful or scared you know that. And that's the thing is america's comfortable. We're getting less comfortable. And i think we're seeing it. I think we're seeing these moments like you're listening to the heartland news feed the radio network lie at hartland. Newsfeed dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and instagram's the public service doing newscast bay the ten twenty twenty one laid off workers who had to fight through florida's broken unemployment system were promised relief with increased benefits but governor rod to santa's rejected the plan. Telling them to prepare to get back to work. 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Many app was the onion news network and now from the studios of freedoms phoenix ernest. Hancock believe me. When i say we have a difficult time ahead of us but if we are to be prepared for it we must i shed our fear of it here without fear because i remember i remember that i am here. Not because of the path that lies before me because of the path that lies behind me. I remember the hundred years we have these machines and after a century of war i remember that which members us make them remember and the interfered. Interviewed here on declare. Your independence earned stankovic another independence declaring individuals on today. What we got in the second hour. We're going to have dr judy. Mike bits we need to get on about this shedding. Thank you take vaccines and then. They're all freaking out. You gotta vaccine. We're all gonna do what i thought. It was supposed to be there very serious about this. You go to different communities retirement communities going to different events and so on. You know you think you're you're okay. Say i got the vaccine. Oh my god win last week or no go away so we need to find out what's up in a bad thing you know. It's a good day and so there's so much to talk about dr makola there. He says he's being forced to take down all of his research on vitamin d on zinc on a on the covid. Nineteen of anything and taking it down. Is it a marketing. Ploy is some going on. Doesn't matter because we got it on. Ipf s already. Set it up. Dr mccullough everything we got now what. Now what what are you gonna do now. We can't even delete it now at all right well. We'll talk about that. You know doctor judy. On first hour we have dave ridley ridley report from early on. Today's new hampshire the free state project. Dave without their. You know getting video you know that. That was his thing you know in the mood to new hampshire for free dumb. Meanwhile don't get mad. Get video takes you to the frontlines of the peaceful pistol-packing struggle for more freedom. America's least authoritarian state. Well we'll see with ambush interviews with politicians and anti-aggression his commentary. This is live free or dot country. We're a hidden history unfolds before your eyes now. There's a new effort going on davis. Doing bitcoin gundy g. a. n. d. h. I dot net. Bitcoin gandhi now. Of course you go to ridley. Report dot com ridley report dot. Com goes to really report youtube channel. Which is and it'll be gone directly. He's held off a little bit over the last year to find out what he's been doing but he's got a new activism thing that he's doing he's got open letter here attention one cruise u us. General services administration. new england. dear mr cruise. Well we can go into that here in a little bit. Bitcoin her civil disobedience notice for concord federal building near game. he put him on notice. What's he noticing. That dave you got you there. I'm here okay. now. This is what i need i. There's so much going on now. We got the crypto six out of keen that the feds came in and arrested and took all her bitcoin. crypto machines from around the state and everything and i thought they following the law they were all lawful and it's all good but the man did not like it so they came in busted in the studio yanking cords out of stuff. We still haven't got it back right. So i'm going okay. What was behind now. Of course dave was there videotape and everything and the man didn't like it. You're not allowed to videotape. Because you're not allowed. You know we got this here you know. M16's says you're not allowed. So dave is You know fearless. And he's going to be in day face and they. They started a whole level of different activism. a lot of things and certainly realization. So dame tell me the story from the beginning and what you're going to do about it and what you've been doing first before we get into the first segment you'll tell people about your move to new hampshire. What you've been doing what you've been doing lately. I haven't heard that much from. Yeah what's yeah. I i should correct. I I didn't cheat the video of the raid. That was chris wade. Who is a amtrak activists who was able to be on the scene within ten minutes of the raids starting wage over hangman dot com. Think penguin is you buy a lennox bays ready to go out of the box laptops. That are you know clean and easy and i've been using them for years so chris wade got it go. Oh nice. yeah and what i've been doing. I guess sense oh in. Twenty nineteen is suffered a a what was probably a fairly major shadow banned from youtube. So i was getting you know thousands of hits for video and then suddenly i was getting hundreds Starting in twenty nineteen and so gradually. I've been trying to fight my way around that come up with alternatives and have been just kinda struggling with you know what to do you know over the last two years and I have to admit this. This raid gave me a lot of purpose turned me into a like a a almost like a fulltime liberty activists whereas before i was doing it when i felt i get But since then i've been kind of full-time it's just it's sensitive. It's not it's a sense of desperation. I think more than anything else Because it just feels like it feels like an attack against the heart of the free state project even though not all of the people arrested. Were technically daters. Well the thing is that dave ridley is the only has powers and a lot of influence capability and knows how to get some and With the great powers go great responsibility in your mind. I'm sure you're like look i. I know what i can do and nobody else doing. Go do it. They just piss you off. That was bad. I feel very powerful right now. but Yeah it it. It occurred to me over the years if things got desperate enough. I would resort back to civil disobedience again because that's what's worked in other authoritarian societies and So this in this case yeah. the had. The idea will decide from serbian activists who had helped overthrow. Slow benign milosevic Overthrow not precisely the goal here but The the the idea of imitating ghandi's salt march The mahatma in nineteen thirty year in a letter to the low do the genus to the viceroy of india. Saying hey i'm gonna. I'm an imminent march with my new as many friends as i get in a march to the ocean we're gonna illegally make salt. It was. It was illegal to make your own salt in india. It was you know they had stupid rule with like we do here but here the stupid rule is you can make salt in america but what you cannot do is walk. You cannot write down l. List of complaints and hand them to federal official at a federal building. That's illegal why. Although actually i mean illegal is not quite the right word get. He's a violation of a a federal policy. I forget the exact number of the policy but it's really not a law violated before once and been arrested for at once. Okay way way way way way way way arrested for what you handing a piece of paper to somebody. What what. what's the. What's the charge. Yeah it's called distribution of handbills charge the violation. It's one hundred twenty five dollar fine. When i didn't know six and other activists you know did did it to like. I was just imitating russell canning. Who had done it first. And then other people start imitating me see two people went and got arrested in protest of meyer s So there was it had legs it. Did you know we could have built it. To a bigger crescendo. We wanted to But the authorities didn't really push very hard and they didn't they didn't. They did have us arrested but they weren't. They weren't being super vicious going out of their way to well. he's fine. did you have to pay some time. what. I was convicted of distribution of handbills. Find one hundred twenty five dollars and then sent to jail for four days one dollars seven. Wow man we're getting into. Jesus been a lot of ground. Build up all right. We're going into break when we come back. We'll talk talk about whether i spend the time to read this or not nelson government explain. Are you feeling confused about the current economic reports that dominate the headlines. Not sure if this is a good time to buy or sell your home or feel like the process can be overwhelming and confusing. This is john. Hancock was silver alliance realty in phoenix arizona. 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Nfl on the decentralize mastodon social media platform at two dot. L. dot fm to dot l. iran dot fm garrett which dot l. dot fm that's twitch dot dot fm to where you can go and it's the earnest handcock show where we're going their arms in rome. They really really report needs to be on. You know do the best we can. You know that we're doing right now. Behind the scenes we had. Dr makola is taken down a lot of valuable information on the treaty up. And i i don't know if it's a marketing ploy on his part. Get attention something or there's really a personal threats against him into billionaires going after news on the top twelve people that are given. they're going to target and go after and if we can only shut down this one terrorist. There won't be any terrorist anymore. Or something you know. I don't know what the hell they're thinking. They if they could stop dave ridley well then then the movement will be wiped out you know. They don't understand. They go after one they just create a bunch more activist. I don't know what they're thinking is not so but one thing that we did know we knew that we had to be able to platform to have the data the videos and information available to where they can't take it down and that's what we've been demonstrating with the ip fasting and now. I'll show david moore next break but the audience knows david. But i'm telling you need to get on this you know. We're working it or making sure that this date at can't go because that's the biggest fear someone like you has is that they just delete everything and is not accessible. And you can't get to it. You know the truth. Well we've been bypassed a nap for years now i'm just like go ahead and pissing me off. Man bedroom the entire channel is duplicated over and we got it nothing you can do about so what you're doing going challenging the man directly. Let's find out who this person is. Attention juan cruz. Us general services administration. New england why crews e. what are you care well. He's the closest thing. I could find a person who's in charge of security at the federal building in concord. They don't list person in concord. You can talk to you. So he's in charge of because he went mr cruz. He's in charge of all the different federal building in new hampshire. I guess for for homeland. Homeland security no gsa general services administration And so that was the best. I do the writing. So when i don't even know what they got the email but i know they're monitoring shire society dot com forums. So when i posted it there someone will useful. Would've seen a even if he didn't And file-sharing. I do wanna mentioned although the cases should not be conflated of the reason why this is perceived as a general attack on free. Staters in new hampshire is that another free stater was attacked in a different manner at roughly the same time for trying to run a decentralized youtube alternative A charge is not the right word. The securities and exchange commission came after him over it roughly the same time and so that sort of a bitcoin related thing cryptocurrency oriented Youtube alternative and so library. Dot com is l. b. r. y. Dot com Got attacked in that. I've been redirecting my youtube channel to their service which is what is also bear Known as the dot com and so The freedom of speech is a big part is part to really know about a little bit so people understand what we're talking about library. Lb r y dot com. I o video. Whatever the heck they are and what happened was Jeremy kaufman is a free stater. Lives in manchester and they have a brick and mortar there. And you've got a business and one of it. Is you know they're making a decentralized and permanent and we'd been hammering. I've had jeremy on the show. Derek and i met with him at his offices and talking about you know if we could use that and what the boehner abilities was is that you had a place a central command no matter how decentralized it is or how much you the protocol and all that kind of stuff you got. They know where you're at you got an address for the hellfire missile. But then you know. They know so what they've come after him for is he has a token that neo up the operation side. The site that produces different features and so on. Well the sec. Because they can't they came in and go. You're doing it wrong and you're not allowed and you got here. They come so they'll attack from any in every vector that they can no matter how great your tech is so. That's what we have done is created a mechanism that nodes are you know by millions and there's no central place to go. You know that was the whole point because if they can they are they sure as hell want to and here comes and they are purging. Any and all resistance. Well dave ridley's different to where he's in day face old fashioned in the gutter on the street kind of activism and lnu. Tell us about your hello plan. Well the bitcoin thing. Yeah so i built a pretty convincing costume do pretty good. Gandhi imitation and I'm going to imitate his. Salt march is close to the letter. As i can so this is going good. It's going to be grueling. He he marched for twenty four days straight. Basically i mean he may he may have taken. It might have taken breaks here and there but he. He slept outdoors. Which i'm going to also do and He march to the march for twenty four days to his destination where he violated a the british rules. And so marching domi- my destination at concord new hampshire from from keen to violate federal rules on on now whether you can whether you can present a petition to the federal government. So i'm i'm gonna i'm gonna present a grievance to the government i'm gonna just basically hand them a copy of my concerns about this raid and maybe many other people's concerns to if they wanna give them to security the fed bill he'll give a crap he's like. Yeah whatever you know. Nobody breaching the perimeter. That's all i care about. I mean wh-what either name and picked him. I talked. I picked him just because he was the one. I could find an email address for those are rare now in federal circles. The point is just to deliver them. Deliver them my concerns liver the marin copy of my concerns about their raids in new hampshire and that them on federal property and then get her I probably won't get arrested on the spot. I don't know how it will play out. They'll probably just find me. They'll probably just site me and the hand me a ticket or something like that is violent. You know i'm. I'm willing to drill down on this violation thing. I mean i can see why you're doing the the gandhi example. What had happened is the british empire had a a restriction or attacks. Or you couldn't collect your own salt. So salt is a thing i mean. That's where salary comes from. Its currency italian. Paid roman soldiers. I mean you you go without salt really you die. I mean you you need salt. You'll for your body craves it and you need it. You got it well. Fortunately there's either natural salt deposits traded amongst humans forever or you just evaporate saltwater so what. Gandhi dead is. He had a march. He went to the beach he just started a lot of people had done. In the past they get some salt water. They dried out. They get the salt and they packages he was doing that he goes i. I'm just gonna go make salt from seawater. He goes to the beach. You start doing it comes down because it's long you know and it's stupid. Which was the point ed gandhi. So david gordon play gandhi. 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People go there so we've been creating the platform for that and it's not even a platform. It's nothing the other thing. Dave float what they're doing Flow dot app. We used social media. They're interfacing with us to where they're pulling content from content providers like you. You have a a profile page on float and what we're setting up now. Is that you load up. Your content did the ip fast. Drive that you have. It propagates across the planet. They pull from that so we're not sitting there watching spinning wheels all the time. Load video up on everywhere all the time. It's you put it on your own server and Takes the title and the summary and the hash for the video and so on puts it up on float and they access the planet for the material and it never goes away. This is a whole new way. That thing with library was great and awesome new. Germany was doing and we got it. We got an account on everything and so on but it's more spinning wheels and it's a central node for them to go after which they are. Now what you're doing you're going you guys wanna play. Let's play so you're going to and violate the law to pass a piece of paper complaining of what what is it that you're complaining about. You know how much you can't make salt. I mean what are you complaining about. Well they're they're the federal raids in new hampshire they. They arrested six people. You know in doing bit quitting business and they you know they With that that's the main thing like. I said there's other stuff that they've done. There's a long list of grievances is going to get longer. But the main thing is to hand them that piece of abor. Complaining about the crypto. Six ray where they attacked all of all those big winners and you know. I don't know how else to do this but to push into civil disobedience because that's how you get attention and that's how you make the government be the bad guy and enforce its own laws in in a public manner. Well what was a charge. What are they what it is. They were doing that. They don't like and that got the local municipality or the county or the state involve. How involved is new hampshire. How intertwined how fusion. Dr they i mean what what. What are they charging him with what you know. They had multiple crypto. Atm's machines order. You call them around in businesses. That are operating. They had their own church. You know the shire free church there do stuff illegally these they were legal and it pissed them off i i i don't know i mean that's the thing who knows right like no one knows what everyone is done for the last you know year or five years of their life you can't. It's hard to know they're charging the most the scariest thing. They're charging them whether the one that the thing that would be scary as to the public is money laundering. So what does that mean. How is it done. how do you prove it. How do you disprove. You can't disprove it very easily unless you were videotaping. Every hour of your day for the last For the last five years of but that's what they've charged with money laundering. They seized fifteen. Bitcoin machines around the state seems that they were whether it was doing it or not. It was the capacity. They don't want it's competition with a a failing monetary system. You know the united states dollars go to crap. Inflation's already started. You know that everything that would make popular bitcoin and bitcoin access to you. Know doing exchanges. And so on. And that's where they they wanna get you you know it's Transferring from one crypto to cash or something. That's where they they they don't like it and i don't know the details of what was going on but you know i know this. They don't like competition especially when they need competition. And if they can eliminate competition with this your gun they eliminate competition this gun. So this is. This is definitely force and threat and the threat of force. This is threat. Threat- threat- threat to the planted threat. And they went after. You know people that were and were not scared. You're scared now. you know this is. it's intimidation and i'm going all right. So what they do is they push it more underground. They push it more but they want to be the solution. They'll go okay. Well we're going to go crypto. Because we don't have a choice it's going to be universal basic income of new purple script digital money of goldman sachs dot gov coin and then and that's okay but you know you can't do it amongst yourself on your own or outside. Now what's the law in new hampshire to i. Think crypto laws of change in new hampshire. Do they even care. I don't think the state government cares You know it's it's. It's pretty decent in new hampshire. And you know there's been activity at the state house bills and so forth that there's nothing is nothing odious in new hampshire law related cryptocurrency and. Things seemed to be pushing the right direction. But we haven't gone as far as wyoming trace. Meyer lives where. He's actually got laws on the books that help protect cryptocurrency businesses arizona. Had some crypto friendly stuff they got through to. yeah. I can see why texas becomes a thing you know. Texas has always been this republic of and bite me. And we'll just secede you butt heads and you get some crypto in there and a little bit more but texas has got its own product. Their own freaking now. They're they're all the same. Whatever ultimately. don't question our authority. You'll support us against that collective you know to regime over there but you know when you challenge us all man the fangs come out. So what's the ultimate goal in a free state project in. Regards to crypto and the crypto. Six your work. And what's the future we're going into pork fast. You know. I talk with a lot of people. There's a there's two events there's porcupine freedom festival followed by fort fast which is just a bunch of guys camping. Stay there for another week. But there are some animosity between the two. You know. there's a little bit. Yeah a little bit you know. I didn't anticipate that. And i'm just like i. Just go and okay. This one's a little crowded would just do more stuff over here. We don't need to ask you permission so we just do it but it's There's there's you know there's a wedge could be by the man and i'm wondering what cider but he's going to be on you know when this this thing i don't think that's i don't think that's the game. The the free stater community seems united in opposition to the crypto. There they arrested the crypto shakes but You mentioned fastback in. I guess that would be in late. Late june Forecast forecast following it in new hampshire. So certainly people are invited to a fork. Fest dot party are like for fast dot fardie if he go there. Then you'll find information about the the second of the two the two Festivals that we were talking about. And that's a good place to come be around these people in person outdoors but anyway what we're talking about before. Well no my. It's all part of the. There's a robust When you start having forking or you start having splits is not necessarily a bad thing. It means you've got competition. You have options you got creativity. There's like more people that can kind of spread out in the different communities with different emphasis and each one of these is another vector going after a condominium the man but then sometimes they see each other as competition no we want to be the main collective against the collective and i'm like wow you know that that's just stinking thinking man. I the more the better. 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I want to break listening to ernest anecdotes. Oh man these guys need expose. Well dave really is for one of the guys years ago The report was a thing i mean. He's constantly using day. Face you know. What have you been doing. Since then. Dave i mean you kind of what they shut you down. They were media. They cut down traffic wolf in. Answer to your question Nha exit dot com and bitcoin. Gandhi dot net. Those are the two things. I've been doing and with regard to the ladder of bitcoin gandhi. That the the the two connected you know because gandhi was a cessionist as people. Forget that And he marched for independence right. So i'm doing that too. And that's part of the purpose But there is purpose and that is to try and gain some sort of. I want to suck the air out of the one of the one of the reasons i think freetalklive got targeted was. Because they're kind of like the phone company they let everything through you know to some extent and a that's honorable the government doesn't like it but one of their hosts was an advocate of shooting government workers. So he would get on. The show is frequently in advocate. That and i think you know this history indicates the science indicates that that backfires and you have to have nonviolent disciplined within a movement like this no matter how bad the government gets the gandhi methods work better than the bang. Bang methods there there. This is proven and tried to establish nonviolent discipline to some extent within the liberty movement by setting an example to help keep the whole endeavor peaceful now so far. There's only been talk. You know blowhard type activity. That's the only violence. You're getting out of free staters in the answer right now but this is designed to help thwart violent action against the government by showing how peaceful action work. Yeah i don't. I don't see any benefit you know it's like you know let's take over. The capital with guns and being guys with guns are now in charge of the marble monuments. I don't care you know. Just more guns i i. I'm all about defensive. You know. I just want to be left alone. Leave me alone ism and you're not leave alone. I'm gonna make you leave me alone. But i i'm going. Actively going for klingon disaffiliation man. You just turn your back on them. I make them obsolete he'll do something else. And but that is and that's were crypto comes in but that's one thing i learned. Government does not like being ignored. They will not be ignored. You will not ignore me. You just close the door on them and then your business or i'm not answering the door you know. Even for the census taker. I mean like now. we're good you know. We don't need you they go. Yeah we'll you paying attention to me out debit or eighty about it so. I'm wondering what we're dealing with here. They're worried about you. Know insurrection or actual violence against them or they worried about being no really. My relations with the federal batman have been cordially for all these years in. And i wouldn't. I wish i was kinda started doing them in the sense that i wasn't really i wasn't really ambush. Interviewing federal officials are doing federal stuff much. I didn't have much opportunity to do it. There was a and let live day. Tarp that had existed between the fed in free staters ever since our civil disobedience campaign ended in a roughly twenty twelve and they hadn't really bothered that much until a twenty one so not meal just feel like since they sent they bothered us with this raid It seems appropriate to do civil disobedience again. Yeah i'm i've been. Yeah i i under. I've been doing this a long time. And i understand the fundamental thing that pay you know really really really really want to try and get hold up and that is what. They're doing everybody colo why he's starting to take some stuff down. You know why people like you have been targeted by youtube shadow banned and everything kind of diminishes your presence and not you know for me. I don't care. I don't even look stats. I don't care what the archive of the information. And then making that available to those that want it need it. Because i don't believe the numbers of you know how because i know better there's a level lucien in oh eight oh nine. Ten twelve run there. You could see what they were doing to financial the numbers. You go all the sudden. Oh no you only had three hundred us. When they had three thousand could see that they were clicking on for my site on the imbed. I'm like right you know. I don't believe a damn thing that they're doing anyway. Then it gets into the elections. Tell me about that. What you see is a solution using the election process and politics. I don't i don't know. I haven't given that much thought but you'd have one thing i wanted to mention before before i'm done An in that is. I hate to bring up my url again if you go to coin. Gandhi dot net. Then you will find. I need volunteers in volunteers from anywhere in the world to help with this project. You don't have to march with me. I've been a list of action items there. You just scroll down a little bit of ways you can help Without spending any money and also my contact info you can find my contact information there And email me and that that you know if you just want to ask questions or were volunteer by or whatnot. Then that would that would be very helpful. Yeah you dave. Ridley give the endorsement of this experienced videography. Activist done demonstrate. A lot of fear. I mean your face man he bring it on so if you want to know. I'm scared i'm scared. It was like churchill's reported to have said you know. There are people who are bravely because they don't understand the dangers but there's others that actually understand. The dangers scared to death. But they still try to do something. I'm not doing anything super risky here. But they'd be decide they want to be. They may decide. They want it to super risk. Which is all the more reason you needing look support and people know what you're doing. So i'm i encourage you to go to bitcoin. Gandhi dot net and. See what you can do to help. But you generate content. Are you going to be producing. Videos are going to be something that we can put up because the stuff that we put up on freedoms phoenix. You know gets ip fast. It's not going away so it's like you know and they're done. We'd like to do your site to encourage guys over the activists you know you go to bitcoin. Gandhi dot net and we get it probably pretty simple site. It's not that big. We get pen to where you can't go away that be better than not you know so How much content are you going to be generating. I think i should be able to live stream from the site. I do live streaming working on an alternate youtube channel. Now and i have another option. I don't think he can livestream straight to ridley report dot com. But you should be able to again if you just go to again this you just go to going. Gandhi dot net. You'll have information how to watch the livestream that i will try to do from the road. I think one of the things. I may do them. Walking is just kind of stopped by each police. Department on the way in the hand them and then a petition asking them to stop cooperating with the federal government a kind of a sanctuary city city mode except not just for immigrants. But for everybody okay. Well let's see the time line for this. You're starting in planning on internet win. Starts may ninth supposed to on gene. Second okay yeah. We're probably not going to be all make it back in time for that. Yeah i'd i'd i will behind you in the bus for awhile to have you know. The actual civil disobedience is supposed to be on the second half of the federal building. Well we have a red pill and rapid city in right after that you know. It's like june six or something you know. We'll be on the central part of the country and the gulf coast and going up to that. So we're going to be in the wrong part of the country but after that you know a good week or more before Porcupine freedom festival in fast. We're going to be traveling back to new hampshire and if you're you'll still you know doing stop and stuff going on in the aftermath of and you're still alive you know we're there we'll help so we'll we'll make you need subsides man we. We'll come to get some. So you'll count on us. The calgary coming over the hill virtually This is done. What do you think the aftermath. I live with my aunt. Bill career officer showed up. 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He just he man he just got say headed to the dr mike. You don't even know if you guys can hear each other can. Can you hear david doctor. Judy cool david. All right spill your accolades on dr mike. Bits go david gotcha. Maybe he went away. Now he's just muted. I think you know david. I guess you know lost david. Well you know the thing is that you have these. You know big time. Get her done activist out of new hampshire. That's got to cough. But the i definitely has you know. You have a lot of fans in new hampshire. You probably already know that you know. A lot of love do they. Yeah people around the country me a lot of love a lot. More than here in california. They don't they. Don't love on me as much here. You know be. We'll be back in new hampshire probably mid june and we're hitting the ground running with a bunch of stop building into some festivals that are coming up at the end of the month in early july. And it's these are good people you know and the you know whenever you get any kind of movement you know and you probably witnessed this in the Vaccine awareness education movement of whatever whenever you get a big movement or different organizations around movement sooner or later the organizations become more important than the reason he created. Them surveys like show. They're doing it wrong. You need to do our way or do it with us and this happens a lot and the one person that's rose above that and just like yeah. Whatever i'm not interested not deal with. This is what work has been dr mike. It's you know she just kind of. Yeah whatever go talk to you know. Tell me about your experience with these different organizations and how they're coalescing or not. And what is your your your sense of. Infiltration is they're just ego a. Let's talk about that a little bit. Yeah it's interesting in in this you call it a movement whether you want to save vaccine education or or you know just our own health and freedom of our own bodies and and having clean food clean air clean water my experience in this you know from the beginning literally from the time i was i would say from the time. I was jailed in two thousand eleven. This is a group that if i can use the word or the term stays in their lane everybody coalescence. Everybody brings their strengths to the table. Whether it's you know five g or Glyphosate or you know you know vaccine injury court. The people like barbara loe fisher people. I dr sherri jen. Many all of those people. Dr suzanne freeze always from the beginning Dr brian hooker brian. Hooker's mission was to prove the cdc fraud in the thompson paper that resulted in the movie. Backs i had no idea who brian hooker was until i saw him. Give a talk in two thousand fourteen and he was talking for for freedom organization not for any particular or medical or the contaminated blood supply. You know all that we found in each of those chapters and back now and finishing the bookending plague With dr city in and in fact that's a big part of the book is how this group coalesced and it exploded. We took advantage. We've won one. Plus one didn't equal three eight equal thirty three because we took advantage of our of our expertise. We you know where we're where our goal is only to communicate. Our own goal is only to understand the perspective of the other individual. Nothing's you know crazy out of the box in know people call like called me bat. Shit crazy in the mainstream media. But but you know it's it's the job som- there because we don't care what it call us. We just all stay there and jake everything in the spirit. Everybody has an indian more than any time in my lifetime. I would have scratched my head and said yeah and and and and just you know just walked away from certain people. But i've listened and really worked hard to learn to listen and that was probably the hardest thing for me. Shut up and listen and when i did. These things really exploded. Well it may force b two. This is why we say god has a sense of humor. Remember from two thousand eleven to two thousand fourteen. The end of two thousand and fourteen. I had to stay silent and we tell a funny story in the book and why because you had a gag order or something right. Yeah oh sure when they jail be the first time and when they did all of that stuff to the november you know and there was no warrant and there was no anything that took everything out of my home. They the things the government the fbi. You know law. The lies of the fbi that the forcing the bankruptcy with a perfect credit score. When you see what they did Your you you do have reverence. It's like okay. you know you. They said they had no evidence. The first time did they and yet they could do that. In the united states of america. Hold somebody in jail for five days without a lawyer without a judge without a you know all the kinds of due process everything you know and you think you have one of your constitutional rights. You know free speech. They came in there and they said if you go on a blog if you email if you call if you do anything on your computer facebook you know any kind of social network. Then then you'll go back to jail. And when and when i said you know they'll find new evidence find new evidence l. Recharge you they'll criminally arrest. You would get to as if you were let outta jail with one of those ankle bracelets on if you so much as you use your computer in what you do in your house than enough you do. You'll go back to jail. They'll find evidence. And i said oh. Don't be ridiculous. There is no evidence. And he coldly by attorney coldly. Looked at me. Said there was no evidence first time. I don't care dishes here well so what you did with. Your time was write a book because what was can't heck can lively so i obeyed the rules like franco city obeyed the rules. We obeyed the law to the letter of the law. Vote the public and private legal systems win. And that's what i've spent so can't heck in lively said fine judy. You can't email your family. You can't talk to your family. You can't i mean you're anybody but your family and your lawyers no email. No nothing can lively as a lawyer in every way. Wait wait wait a minute wait a minute wait a minute you couldn't email about vaccines or something that you knew or you just email at all. We can email at all how you mean private correspondence about the weather. Really right thing you say yet. That's all right. I could not use your lawyers and yeah sure i could talk about the weather but your lawyers and your family and nobody else and you think about that magnitude will. 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I'm kind of you know it's not it's not me i'll i'll put the mask on. Go up their place. You know i. I don't care i'll i'll get on. They'll go. And then. I wear you know kind of not but you know it's a compliance thing for my mother-in-law there's just not a political avenue. I'm not here to cause trouble. You know no no mass. you know. i don't agree with it. You know but you're not gonna get a house so for me you're not gonna get in trouble. It's all good. I'm not gonna make an open. It's not a political. It's a health thing. i mean. Make clear about that and the political. It's just playing games but my children. My children come in. They refuse to put mask on the kids so they drove instead of flow. They got the resources to fly. Not doing it will make a vacation out of it and go and visit and do different things so there you know. A lot of them drove some of them flu. And then i'm going okay. Now we're hearing you're like man not so much we find a philly cheese steak place that doesn't require in pennsylvania. They're all anal about it. But we found philly cheese steak place. Which is my first goal. Find a philly cheese steak place that when require masks so we go into it and then we just flawed him in like. Whoa why go. Hey man you know require masks you just made some money. So we do that and But now they're kind of the threatening. Well they looked up. Pennsylvania law and pennsylvania law says you have to accommodate for health reasons which they have and they go through the process. And you know that sounds like a medical question like damn it there. I know the law. Like oh these people know the law but the question have you been fully vaccinated. If you have you you went. I got back. I can do. No you can't come in if you've been recently vaccinated and i'm going and you pick. Which one is you know. So i'm wondering shutting thing they're talking about so dr judy tell me everything. What the heck are they concerned about. What's going on. Well what's going on and what we know again here. You go pfizer the company again. If you dig deep enough you find the data. So actually these from visors document. These kovin vaccines and we don't want to call him vaccine. But that's what everybody else is calling. Show their their their shots their chemotherapy. Your injecting the pathogen. You know the definition nova virus is a poison. So you've taken they aren. Nay the blueprint that you know we were been tested. By for the ra micro. Arna goes through the air. It's not a virus. You've injected only this vital protein. And you put in that polyethylene glycol any for us you know lipid fat nanno particles so the fat projects the from all those good and dimes in your nasal joe. Member are type one. Interferons everything we've been talking about six years and they shed just like a flu. Shot show sheds every year. So you sneeze. You'll get injected with the pathogen your inject if the disease. The shot is injected with old. That's exactly right. No not sars co two. I didn't say the virus ours. Co two. Because of virus can only go in certain cells. A virus can only travel certain ways. A virus is particle not a piece of our and viruses a particle. That can only go in certain cells. Because it's not a nanoparticle. It's a big particle but it goes right if it is an animal particle. But it's one hundred nanometers. It's one hundred nanometers. It's not less than thirty nanometers. Like an ex zome thing goes through every cell of your body. So they essentially injected you with the pri- on a pre-owned freon. Oh it's an infectious protein without a lipid nanoparticle cope without anything they inject you with the toxins and now what are people getting. Oh mad cow disease. Oh mad cow disease. What's that it's a spongiform in make sure brain into a sponge and you're inhaling it and how they got out people got mad cow disease why they called it at cow disease is because they ground the bovine that how bones and they use the mike nanno microscopic less than microscopic fine fine protein in feed if found in feed in animal and human food and and found that all you had to do was inhale. Inhale that in the in the you know as they put the feet in the trough and the cows would literally fall down. They couldn't stand up. They couldn't walk. They had blood plots they had things in die. Let me go in. your audience. Recovered the mad cow thing pretty extensively when this was go on a decade ago. So let me go to the understand. What was happening is are natural occuring protein. Whatever that really accumulated in the brain so when they butchered the cow they have all this leftover brain and bone whatever and they just put it in a vat they take the hide off somewhere where they wanna waste all this whatever it is so you take the hose. And the whatever they boil in this vat were becomes like of molasses and then they take that and spread it over the grain or feed that. They're feeding back to the cattle. So these prianti would accumulate in the brain get more and more and more and it causes spongiform thing you like making a sponge out of your brain and mad. Cow is because their brain was just being destroyed. Well it was a these prianti. Were doing it. And they were like cannibals. Well they had this in new guinea that where the The men would get they eat their ancestors or their tried concord or whatever the heck they have a funeral we're going to feast well as they're eating their friends and neighbors or whatever they the men would get the real meat and the children and the women would get the other stuff like the brains. Well that was same thing would happen. These build up a preowneds. So this is what they're doing to us manufacturing these are these proteins spike proteins whether it's causing problems so anyway go from there so they manufacture these spike protein and and they're they've injected them in every cell in the body so remember. We were trying to avoi- inhaling particle or to a particle or two of a real virus. Not that's not the protein frowns. Nah infectious protein. That's the that was the big deal in the scientific community. Wait a minute you have infectious protein. You don't have are you. Don't have to go through. 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Which one are you the earnest. Handcock show back with dr judy. mike events. We were going to pick it up right where we left off so i don't get emails and everybody start yelling at me okay. What does the spike protein contain. I think that's where we left off right all right you. I send sitton since it. What is tell me what it. That's a protein that is the the the spike protein. So when they inject the aren't eh. They're injecting part of the spike. Protein is sin sick and insensitive. Ten is a protein that comes from an ancient retrovirus. so it's in mice and men. It's an lizards. It's an were ga made us with the genome of iram that expresses a percent of our room on four different chromosomes hacking in lively. Come in and tell me what she just said. Okay whoa man. There was about fifteen things need to be unpacked there. We all make sense okay. Men's make sense it particularly women during their menstrual cycle because the city sits in protein. The words insists you need to fusion of cells to stick to gather cells so here the it makes sales sticky. It makes proteins sticky. It's a little thing that it's a velcro. So it's part of despite a protein so we just said what are priam's oh they're infectious proteins. So you've been checked it as part of an infectious spike protein. One that makes you a on one that makes you that literally makes prions infectious protein. So you don't need a virus. You just injected an infectious velcro causing so you'll stick things together like the hiv tar dna binding protein. Just another protein. Don't even know the name but see. We know it and its associated with alzheimer's. Oh there's a there's a piece of hiv expressed in the brain that gives you alzheimer's yup and now there's another piece because hiv is in the spike protein. Now there's another piece incipient that sticks those proteins together and you get you get not only mad cow disease. You get blood. Clots water blood clots. Oh sell stuff together. Red blood cells up to your veins where the ace two receptors or. What is the sars. Oh the sars is on. The blood vessels everywhere. This sars the binding domain. How that part of this fight boji firma virus that causes and upper respiratory infection. So you've made the perfect bioweapon the perfect by and that's what it is so they are injecting. So that's why the most important question but it can s right now and part of what i sent. Donna was a doctor. i believe. He's in idaho. And dr put on the door of this practice and send you the note for the notes after the show. Dora's practice you know people that are activated aren't welcome here. We see jim's gymnasiums. No people aren't welcome here why it all goes back to money because we can't afford the insurance when you pass out because you're using your energy your vita qadri remember dr sheri. And he said weeks ago is months ago. You know it takes all of your energy to detox at chuck. The energy from your mitochondria. So we're saying in the adverse events now people taking the vaccine. They're dropping dead because the running over. I ran six miles every day before. I got the vaccine. Fifty eight year old man dropped dead heart attack police officers in the an firefighters who have to train they get the shop. They go out on a call. They're under stress. Draw dead connection here. You're saying that Make sure i understand. This is a glue that is used to bind. Because i remember seeing the just recently that there's some kind of interaction but i guess this is what it is that holds our dna together. There's some kind of glue that neo brings them then binds them and there's all kinds of your velcro stop whatever holds us together. I mean the foundational holden humans together and silver. Not one. Big jelly blob. Okay so this happens. They inject this stuff in there. Then it starts to bind. I suppose to and if you're more susceptible or you're under stress or your exercise and you got more flow or more access to these different things in your body by in your blood's whatever all the sat and blood clot so these people dying from blood. Clots is because of the characteristics and traits of what. They're injecting you with. Is that what you're saying. So they they know those characteristics and traits that's gene expression. That's what i just said gena russians. He started gene expression explain gene expressions. My jeans express themselves and they carried around. You know signs or something. I mean what are you talking about sir. The blueprint for human is the na right. But but that's not a human until it makes until six press until until god tells this gene to go on that thing on during development in utero so when you turn the wrong gene on at the wrong time you get disease in the wrong place. Every cell in our body has the same dna. Bob when you say when a gene which is a sequence or part of the dna right okay it says it is expressed. They goes i express myself. What does that mean. What does the expression does that. Manifest the the dna makes aren a. It's called micro or messenger. Aren a what are the vaccines messenger are a of another abnormals jeans or another humans gene or viruses gene joachin of whatever. This is dr moreau's island correct. That's exactly what a terror do you know what a terror toma is. Not a territory in biology. Sometimes a woman will get pregnant and she'll lose the baby because it developed a territory and what that means is it had hair growing out of this place in an eye growing out of this place so it was a blob. Their in utero. That didn't get the right instructions. The blueprint didn't express so it can't be born as obey because the i came out at the wrong time or the hair came out of the wrong up. It's really gross. When you see these things in biology. They're very rare but we but all over the last four decades. We've seen different animals in the wild things like fish things like where the gene the timing remember when a baby is conceived again. You need sensitive to fuse. The fetus to the uterine wall and when the baby is born the sit-in gene that we all have called her w. stops being express so it turns off. So you don't have anything to stick to the cells together still the baby's born when the baby gets too big the further mom. It's like okay. it's ready everything. Novenas out of the verge ready. Let the since it. Don't earn it off. I tell you as a father and grandfather. I figured out when babies born it's win. There's no more freaking room that's when it happens. You go is ripe. It can't possibly go in and then that's when it starts but it has to have sensitive turn off so now we've been jetted sin sittin and that's what we're seeing. We're seeing women with strange mental cycle heavy bleeding passing these huge clots. Where did we see that. Before but oops gardasil injury oops do they use a synthetic lipid nanoparticle within any presented to deliver the hp protein expression of another virus. So these were seeing the same kind of injuries. Hostile or static tactic cardia. That means your heart can't beat right when you sit down and stand up. Why you're using too many might akon rea- everything we've seen in this is the this is the hot in it and the good in it is because people are waking up saying. Where did i see that for from all walks of life. So bobby kennedy knows gardasil because those of us who have been vaccine orb. Bobby kennedy junior nose guard. Those of us who being in vaccine for a long cherry cake doctors dumping doctor liz mumber. You don't people worldwide step in the senate there you are. Why do you not want right before the break down to. They never get report. 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Something evil crap going on but one of the things with fast stuff in saving sites and so we've been working on doctor mcculloch for weeks. A lot of the guys are in there and they pulled down a lot of the material and everything now. they're just kind of organizing it and it looks like they might be finished today. We're supposed to be finished last night. But they push the wrong button or something. So they're working on it now but the he has complicated a lot of sub domains and just kind of freaky the way to be able to capture emails and whatever dowell these guys they keeping communication with people that are interested in their stuff but made it kind of complicated so anyway we got that taken care of so. We have a lot of the content. I saw more cola. Saying i gotta take down all my covid. Nineteen stuff all my references to vitamin d. All the zinc all the and. I'm going why all they're attacking me commitment personally threatening with one and i go well. That's very interesting but we saved it already and it's on. Ipf ethnic suck it now on you know. Who are they going to go after now. You know the ones that zeros. On the internet i mean and i'm wondering what the heck he capitulated to in. Why what do you know what's going on what she officially tune wa. Well you know what we know is going on is the the the goal is to take all the naysayers. All the people who've been smart enough not to wear masks or do anything else and get them vaccinated. Let's let's have the unvaccinated spread kobe. And that's what exactly the vaccine is busy. So so pretend the vaccine is now. you're spreading cova. You are now superspreader and the head of pfizer knows it and it in the document just as it's always in the documents if you dig deep into the documents just like last year in july the cdc buried in buried in page thirty nine of the documents is we never isolated the virus and shown it to be infected transmissible. We don't know the whole sequence. They didn't need the whole sequence folks. They injected the toxin in. You were dumb enough to do that. That's the whole point. They made you a superspreader. They is the disease. Clear this up your the super spreader of the disease that creates the yada yada yada but they and what disease. They haven't even shown me that they even know what covid nineteen hundred. Got the virus itself sequence of here. It is it's causing that. Hasn't it even happened. No correct sars cove to never did 'cause kobe remember. Pcr's false all it. Is this fried. All it is is the pcr off. Remember all you're looking at. Is this fight protein. So they taught everybody around the world the spike protein. This protein protein sars coke to is. Kobe sars cov two is kobe. They used the words interchangeable. Kobe thinking you've got that virus. So they trained everybody around the world to say sars. Cov jews. Kobe but no kobe. Was this fight protein. The disease is not the virus folks. So your your your audience's educated because they've learned and so they conned everybody to say and they called it a vaccine and what a doctor. David martin fruit. Nope not a vaccine mates. No legal things note not a vaccine gene therapy chemotherapy. Your your making every cell in your body. A disease manufacturing plant. Because what is the disease. Despite per team forget the infectious virus. It never was fun. So mickey willis told you indoctrination asian by endemic indoctrination. You can find that it planned. Democ dot com. What did what did the filmmaker show you. Oh look at this look over here folks. Look over here. Both warp speed. We're going to make a vaccine. Nope not a vaccine so the the smart people that thirty forty percent wouldn't take it. They know they can't mandate you can't mandate emergency use. They have to do the clinical trials. Well they convinced. One hundred million americans or for a coerce or conned or illegally conned everybody into becoming a disease manufacturing plant. So now your the disease. So you're walking around. Hey they don't need that they don't need they love the mask the mask on. Remember after you've got the shot no you gotta wear the mask. Why compromise their immune system even more. We don't know how long it will be super spreader. We don't know how long you'll shedded you. Shed a flu shot every year. Will the the sorry. I was going to use a bad word. The people that got the flu shot wore the mask. We wish the data showed. Oh look spreading influenza three weeks longer than when the people getting the flu shots weren't spreading when the hospital workers. What did they do in two thousand fifteen. Oh if you're a hospital worker your nurse or doctor. You refuse to wear masks not in the hallway in surgery. You know you refuse that. You've used the flu shot. Oh you have to wear a mask. What are the antibacterial say hashtag. Ask for the mass. Because you know that's the nurse who didn't get the shot in his in a superspreader so now you want to see around the world is the people in the silver maths because remember the silver l- stop despite protein inter out the colloidal. Silver will bind up that pathogen. Just is it always have the copper. You know that the because you know the the fragment was never the disease but the whole spike protein is and when you wear the mask you amplify remember who got sick. Who tested positive. They did the experiment for the last year. They did literally every aspect of the experiment forcing us into that experiment. The master fairmont mass. Don't stop viruses. They wanted to serve that. Mass didn't stop the spike protein eater. So the people right now. Who got the shot. Oh why do we still have to wear masks. Because it never was a vaccine never was intended to prevent transmission of virus don't need an infectious transmissible virus. If you injected the disease does fight protein. That's the point. Okay now. This is the spike protein in and of itself produce. It isn't immune response. Because it's kind of the. Imagine this as i understand it if you can get your body to produce a piece that looks like it creates an antibody. Looks like a virus or it's just creating a response to your immune system. That's waiting for the next time. A real corona virus or. You're exposed or flu. Shot or next year. It goes around then hyped up your immune system responding to that because you had your whole body manufacturing this stuff so your body responds to it and decided kind storms and they you know the blood clots and all this other stuff that your body reacting to it. This main dish shot caused a lot of problems with some people but it's made to cause a lot of problems with everybody the next year the next time the next shot this isn't a cumulative thing it's a set up thing how far off family you're exactly right on and so the sickest people die right away. Why because the flu shot set you up the year before all these. They never were vaccines. They've that immune response is not a protective of mute. Swans which is what. A vaccine is supposed as joe of protective immune response. It's not it's the disease. What is the disease the site of kind storm. You attack your own tissue. Because you can't turn off the fleming the inflammation your endo. abbott system. pain cannabis pain. What have they stopped us for doing for a decade. oh nutrition oh of food cannabis. It's illegal why they stopped having roxie clerk. Which because it stops the mechanism. Stop see other things that caused disease. You know so that your immune system is strong and you turned off the lanes. They caused the disease so and through the spike rookie. So they are now the superspreader so we have to be careful of them. Turn them into somebody. We should call call. Call the government or something. You know what we're gonna do about. The government has a passport. They know every single person that right. We have that little piece of paper. Who's a superspreader you. You were dumb enough to get tagged the pcr tests. We tagged everybody. We told buddy who they were. You know this is what i keep saying. And unfortunately i shouldn't say dumb enough because we're right now as you know people being forced to get they don't go. They don't the job this job or they may into case of arizona. Arizona state chevy for jackson so we need to know those areas dr. We'll take them out and everything or based on your pinson going on. I'll make an easy being. 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Night is the onion news network and now live from the studios of freedom speeding ernest hancock. Believe me when. I say we have a difficult time but if we are to be prepared for it we must i shed our fearless stand here without fear because i remember i remember that i am here. Not because of the path that lies before me but because of the path that is behind me. I remember that one hundred years we have bought these machines and after a century of law i remember that we still make them remember aired on the day of the year on declare your independence of dan. Got here in mechanics. Berg harrisburg gettysburg pennsylvania and We have a donnas fathers Viewing today in the family bunch of them came in last night and mccown cope. And you know tomorrow. We'll have services and it's great to get the family together and died sad circumstances but we're at the age now you know we're i'm sixty. Donna's like not yet so we're and these kind of things happen. You have family yep Deaths in the family. You have you come together. And how tight is your group. You know we have the handcock side and pachalla side. And they're all coming together and you know. I think we're gonna be okay. We got to a wide range of expertise engineers and you know. Vp's finance of. i'm an economist. Kind of whatever and you have professionals in there and a lot of different. I got a wide radar screen of perspective and you know and then the perspective of what's been going on over the last year. Of course they knew that. We're you know we're the crazy people. You know the libertarians of that now. We're going to do but they had a shiny badge in a lab coat and they said near the experts and you should just do with the end. I don't think so. You know. And as time goes on like dr judy sam learning. They're going yeah. This is not until it happens to them. I saw big tree on. The high wire had a three nurses that were healthcare professionals. They want to show that. Oh yeah no you get your shot before the shot and go get your shot and everything and then they have a major problems and they of course they know it's the vaccine. And but there's been other instances where they have shots and there's always some adverse reaction but it's so small it doesn't matter and screw you and you gotta get with the collective and my thing is i think individuals should be able to evaluate those risks and all but it's a a threat against humanity. We gotta make people do this. So then you go back in history. You know the spanish flu. You have devastation. What happened to world war. One you find out it was. The vaccine tried every time they do something. But who benefited from this. The same people. Have benefited rockefeller the pharmaceuticals that. They did from petroleum products. Yada yada yada yada yada. I mean it's just it's so accumulative the knowledge that we have of. I don't believe i don't trust them. We have this time. They pinky swear. They're really doing it right nego. I don't care. I their track. Record's suck so much that i i say. No no. i'm no. You're not allowed. Say no everybody's got do collective strategy of everything so let's go take a look at the amish. They know how to spell autism their problem somali refugees move him by the droves into michigan minnesota or something they start getting a bunch of vaccines and all of a sudden. They ought to what the hell happened to. Our children don't know just a small percentage of don't worry about then you get into where now it's They're creating an entire generation of problems. To what end slow kill. Just make a bunch of money on the back end to protect and create x. Men or something but superpowers or what the hell are they doing well. I don't know what they're doing. But i vote. Experimental your mind my boat that in okay. How do vote that. I voted have not gonna do it. Yeah no yeah you are not well then you don't get fine. I'm good. I'm over here. I don't need that anyway. I'm using crypto. No you're not we're gonna take care you see it's a full spectrum dot a tack and you go and you beat. I remember patrick. Swayze in the movie roadhouse and a cooler. Which is you know bouncer. You go into a really raucous bars and you got to get rid of that. It's always a couple of the bad guys you know. There's always you know the ones that start the fight. You know the ones that are doing the drug dealers. The ones that are intimidating people the ones that are you know you get rid of you. Know half a dozen of the hundreds of people in you know like ninety three percent of your problems gone. So yeah he he come in. He's a cool guy. Go won't clean up your bar. We're going to remodel. we're gonna have a nice place. You got the riffraff all right. So he's training. You know the a the other balancers and he's going to look not what happens when he does this for meals. bits and my phaser be nice scored matt. It'd be nice now. What if what if you be nice. You'd be nice until it's time to not be nice winds that gandhi made One of the things. He said a quote that a lot of people don't reference enough as he goes the darkest days in india's when we the british to disarm us. You know that what you know that one okay. So he's just like no. This was it was clear what was going on. And there's i haven't got back to it yet. I really wanna watch the series. It was about the indian army. You have some british officers in charge. Two million indians were fighting in singapore. They were you know Trying to hold on for the british. The japanese one or two and eventually these were the army they go. You know. we're free in india. Are you gonna do about that. You know now we're and we turn on you and we're now indian now what you know well. Gandhi was just on the peace got man. Ooh i'm the peace guy but he understood what was happening. There are other factions if you ever watch gandhi the movie with What was it ben. Kingsley played that you you watch the movie and you see you know. He's like yeah this stuff. The bad guys. Here's going to do whatever i asked me. Yeah this is a side effect of this. What happens. I get to play the good guy. They'd be the bad guy they be. The violence people are to. It's going to. It's going to happen. But i'll be. I'll be peace guy. And i remember that when there is an article that i wrote for local newspaper in arizona during a congressional race. They asked me to encourage people to go vote. And all that kind of stuff. And i'm going to look and you're talking to the wrong guy in there. I'm going at some point. You're going be begging for the libertarian participation so people will even consider the process. I mean you're going to be begging for participation so people will pay attention. We're getting to the point to where that's going to be their last ditch. Yeah but we have you know like this row out of the blue guy compromise. We'll get him later when we feel like it. Press attention of something. I mean they always do that. You know it's always and i can't. I have to force myself to not pay attention. Well the mainstream starting to pick up. They're not doing the news. They just do spin on the old. By the time you get something in the lame stream media the media so last century what they're doing is they're putting a spin on what everybody already knows. You know. once you get signed stuff is all about by the time you saturate an area. they're like. Oh yeah yeah. There's here but this is the spin that we're putting on. Okay you know and you out even more you. Just don't stop and it's happening everywhere. And i tell you where it's going. It's going to the school boards. It's going to the county supervisors. It's going to the shiny badges help permit of you're not allowed ism. It's going to the state. Where does arizona dr mike. I didn't know this. They do away with the mask mandate but now. 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Already man crap do some headlines on phoenix. Kind of get you up one. I notice bitcoin. Cash is at twelve sixty you know. Twelve hundred and sixty dollars from like you know a third of that you know just last month here we go. You know. I think i check my phone crypto wallet. More than i do as i add. Okay i'm not spending anyway. I just whatever you know. When we get done with all this trip. I might take my. You know two hundred dollars. I i spent on those join and buy a ranch on mars. My goodness it's just getting stupid you know because they're being stupid stupid is stupid does and you know what's going to happen. It's not in flation. You know of of crypto. It's inflation of the us don devaluation of it. You know by inflating the supply. This is so neon flashing. How do you know ernie so many people even listeners. Mostly it's friends and family. Yeah but how do you know how do you not know. What do you take you how much they've increased. What you think is going on. This is the reset runaway. Inflation is imminent economic. Collapse cannot be stopped wam just secrecy and top of the site. You know he's got on it. Should i watch. Where are you going to say that all right now here calms maricopa county has failed to turn over images of the routers. Still blocking the subpoenas. See this has been you know all this vote fraud stuff on zoe. Harrison tortoise guy. They're not going to do this. You're dealing with the initials. Are steve. galardo. I know who these guys are. Their job is to prevent this from happening. That's why they're there. They're the ones doing the one choubey. Go bring it won't do discovery early. Stead is he wrong. Let's find out. Let's find out by. We're gonna find out either way crap what they do. It's going to become general public opinion. That's all it comes down to the general public opinion. You do all the facts and everything so you can get general public opinion. You get the conviction rates and you have the people go jail and you get him. You know subpoenaed to testify in the general public opinion. You go and you have votes and you have totals and everything for what which is representative of general public opinion. What if you just got general public opinion and he say you guys talk about that. What about we're gonna find out. This is coming no get general public opinion however they want you get the anti fa guys going into video capital riots and the guy extremists. That didn't win it again. He got paid seventy thousand dollars. Cnn nbc video. of what. Whatever the hell they just need to seventy thousand dollars you know. He's mr antifa guy in their capital. Seventy thousand dollars reward. Seventy thousand dollar guys get video that we can make up whatever we want. Because that's what they do. Okay that ever come out. There are documentary later. Yeah the left. Watch it right away. Sooner or later they may become converts. It's just like you know fallen catholics. They've just like got man. They got a thing against a religion. Finally see something you know. Whatever it is you know the left is the same thing you see people from the left. They joined they go through the problem. Then all of a sudden they're making Prager videos going. Yeah i was duped. And what do you think's going to happen. This is not at general public opinion kind of a ride movement. They're using weak minds. They're using young minds to do whatever it is. They're doctor nation of they get all filled with up and it's science knows fear missing out you only get laid if it's simple stuff or they're just paid seventy thousand dollars open letter from physicians to universities. Allow students back without covid vaccine mandate. Because they don't care about science the science you mean you mean. Trust to the guy in the lab coat over there. The government put a shiny badge on. Trust that guy. Is that what you're saying. Yeah that's what they're saying. You'll science be dan crap out science. Hell they say oh you. Anti science nowhere pro science reproach scientific method reprogram truth pro but we already made trillions of dollars of we. Spend it on our buddy and we're done okay. Did you get any of it. Oh you got a bill for it and guarantee that you know. So what are we focusing on creating more self sufficient garden for the long term. You better be getting on food thing previous phoenix. That's why we got a bunch of solutions. We'll be doing James corbett solutions working on much more solutions document member. Few days ago he just put up Meet carroll quigley here the bad guys talk about bad guys in. The plans of the bag is now. This is like an eight. Oh seven oh eight eight. He did that. Why do you put it back up because you can look the plan that they had they been yacking about. They're doing right now in front of your face. Do you know you don't see it. He'd sit now. See in it you should it or you willfully ignore it. So what do i keep saying. Whatever you do this because you want them to show go on record they need to say it. You gotta put him on. Who saying why are they doing arizona. You'll governor ducey. We're doing away with the mask. Mandate that people are freaking riot in the streets of gosh on. It didn't work out very well. We'll go ahead and stop that. But if you're an employee government there'd be getting your shot you gotta get shot why Is it know for health reasons. He got hit. A percentage a conform to whatever. That's their job. that's why they're there. Okay all right comes out why. I'm removing all articles related to vitamin d c zinc and kobe. Nineteen dr joseph mcculloch. He cannot come up with a good enough reason for me. I i don't know what else. He's taking unfortunately threats have now become very personal and have my telegrams interrupting my giddy here become very personal and have intensified to the point. I can no longer preserve much of the information and research i provided to you dos far so effective immediately. Much information on my website will be what is this to get attention as it to stop a hellfire. Missile is what. I read the article. I didn't really get other. I have no idea what they're doing. I don't care you know. Fortunately you know supporters. They said well. You talk to dr mccullough scraping all his stuff and saving. Did you ask you cut note. Lets you take note. Maybe he would new for this reason. I saved it all now. What what am i gonna. I'm going to undo it. When i can't no i can't undo it. That is the point. So what are they gonna do know then. Those nanny and end in welcome do dystopia biden to use private firms to spy on americans ron paul liberty report. Cnn another outlets reported yesterday that the biden ministration is looking to get around laws restricting domestic spying on americans by partnering with private entities organizations to out for spy the justification is. I don't care you know this is of course they're doing been doing this forever. Just trying to a lot of the stuff that they do is illegal is what they've already been doing. Haven't been doing this rock. You've been more. we come back. Are you tired of your taxes. Funding endless occupations around the world antiwar dot com is run by people who understand that wars abroad become worse at home wars on our freedoms antiwar dot com dedicated to bringing you the latest news views interviews and reviews from the top movers and shakers in the anti-occupation antiwar dot com has it all from thorough foreign policy analysis to interviews with whistle blowers. Who used to run the military industrial complex antiwar pro free market. That's antiwar dot com. Some of you asked. 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I on the air and online. This is liberty radio network at l. r. n. dot fm roads. It's the earnest handcock. Show where we're going. There aren't any roads be done in no stinking zero. You know i'm i am. I enjoy myself not really. I mean you know it's of neon i told you so but i this is this is going to get funky. I'm satisfied. I'm satisfied that we're that were more ready. I'm satisfied that we're you know not sitting on her hands. I'm satisfied we get to have some influence and say i'm satisfied that we can be of help. I'm satisfied that my kids rating. They know the truth of things and then they make their own decisions. How much they do or don't comply of whatever they act in. The not idiots are fully informed. Satisfied that we have a lot of experts and people in that. I don't think. I know. I know i'm satisfied. That satisfied. they really want to have this discussion. I just can't we all just get along. I tell you what you know. This is my opinion. I'm more than happy to blaze through and just i'm beat the crap out of whatever argument you are you sure you wanna play usually decline. So i just you. This is my opinion boom done. I'd be more than happy. Defendant if you wanna talk about it and generally they don't and sometimes you get care and they're going to explain it to really. Do you want to do this. you don't want a lot of times. It's i not worth my effort and time. And they're just troll anyway. So i don't worry about it. Just put a story up on frames phoenix and consider it good. Is it still unconstitutional. If the government outsources spying on citizens. I dunno care whatever. I don't care for open all. I'm for scuttle button. And we're doing the software your hip and that's sociopath pat. That's a sociopath. O.'neil says you can give me your all the other people said it's not you. You can work it out here on. The app had that discussion. You think i'm gonna go unscathed. They're going to be hammer. That's gonna be trolled all all the hell. Whatever i don't care now. We just need to get the information. How can how can we out dissociate past. That's what we're up against see. I didn't understand you know for years. Decades we strive. There's something wrong with these people deal with. And i never occurred to me. Which is their advantage is that they were just messed up in the head that they they don't have empathy. What is the thing. They don't care guys like they don't care it's not like it dato. Care and advance you know death and destruction to however me no matter what they say. They're therefore that's why the purpose of government so well defined and your oath of office and all that other stuff but you took an oath but oh care but you kill it. They don't care but it's not you know for the common good that you're talking about the benefit of every body else kind of social contract and they don't care nobody cares. That's my son-in-law by one of my grandsons. He's like six old kelly. He's like six seven seven years old and he gets them. There's some podcast. My oldest daughter listens to and he has some audience members sending a recording back to him and he puts it on his automatic play whenever and he repeats it and then my grandson always been. You know baugh cares so he goes around. You're saying you always you know body. Nobody cares whether it's legal or not. You're doing general public opinion of that's sox that's violation. Don't nobody cares. You just need to have your own standard that you quit looking for some shiny badges and agree with you. Group protested. i need you to have a statement to agree that this sucks. It just sucks and you advocate that. It sucks nobody else knows. It sucks then what. I don't know it sucks how you determine where you buy boot rob whether you grow your own or not. Stop buying chicken how to raise all your family's chicken in chicken tractors well got gold homestudy. No we put up there. You want to know how to do this. We do a lot of people do it. We do it you know. We didn't break. We didn't butcher. Bridge gan tim robertson robertson's top left of freedoms phoenix has all the metals information up there. And how much brecon. Bitcoin cash go stupid. Which we knew would happen. When i told you guys when it's a one hundred dollars in two hundred dollars in hovered around three hundred dollars forever and maybe you know five hundred dollar. I'm going look man. It's bitcoin cash and bitcoin. It's going to go up much greater bigger giant. You need to put it all. You got bitcoin. But in bitcoin cash why for its traits. It's fast it's easy. It's cheap ubiquitous. What's bitcoin you know. Centralized it's expensive. It's you know them. Those coin i mean come on bitcoin. Kryptonite keeping it. That's the main stream media when they tell you that this is the one guess. What any okay. Oh it's this wall street. They're coming around and bitcoin gonna start accepting. Bitcoin gets. Bitcoin redo that they're going to be accepting. We'll be doing a lot of bitcoin cash. Why because of its features what we were promised do that. We'll get roger veer back on month or two and see what's up but we can really have a good conversation. We'll do going to be doing a new format you know. Show that we're doing on here and they'll be we'll get because of the band with restrictions a lot of times we don't do the video and the livestreaming and you know we get a good connection we just do a whole day's worth and i can have a bunch of shows for the whole week and now we get we'll work on. We're working on from mind. Control the viruses out. The government keeps experimenting on its citizens for john. Whitehead rutherford is always good stuff. The us government in its pursuit of so-called monsters itself become a monster development nor is it a revelation. You think we don't know no. Let's good to point this stuff out because what because because because because guys got general public opinion general public opinion general public opinion. I wanna hammered a little bit crap out of that. You guys figured that out yet because that is what all this other stuff supposed to manifest as is supposed to be in your voting runs robbers. Who represents you know law enforcement supreme court. Everything's all about public opinion. What did they manifest as public opinion is going to be visit right and the republican right and wrong and in property rights. Damn not of public opinion. All of a sudden a bunch of communist justices happen. You see my point. It always comes down from public opinion. It always going to be general public opinion that has sons and daughters that go into military service that become law enforcement become government. Employees did republic opinion. They always gotta jan public opinion and they try and get your public opinion is whatever the hell we tell you to do. Oh all right. And the next minute i got in the segment. I tell you this. Hannah hell happened. I have no idea you do to how they manipulate to whatever. I'm watching youtube and off to the side. There's this one is called free life and a chinese girl that is out in the jungle building. You know kind of these primitive life doing thing and talk out there building. it's awesome. It's mesmerizing to be like an hour of watching them. Build a koi pond of doing the water thing of the house of the you know the stove oven. The cam out of mud and rocks is awesome. I'm just like man that's cool but if you're watching well then you're gonna watch this all of a sudden. I got a north korean youtube channel. Of a i young girl. That's up there. Talking to other north koreans that escape north korea. They went to china. And then the south korea thailand or taiwan. Hell they went. And then they add america because america did not have they. They did not recognize until recently that north koreans get refugee status. You know they. I don't know why they didn't do that but they didn't do that. And then they did it and boom here. They come so then. They're telling their story. It's one after another of telling this girl. Their story in how life is in north korea. They come to america or anywhere else are like holy. They consider china freedom. We made it to china where free. I'm like man when china's free. I mean dan must be bad. So what do they do. They're pushing for the united states of america to invade north korea. That what's going on there. The people are back. we have those same bind. If you opened up for americans go say what do we do we had. Usb you at ups visa a bunch of movies on from the inside joined us. 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That's twitter dot dot fm. It's time declare your independence with ernest. Handcock yeah you can see it coming. It's coming discriminates coming. We have right here yet. We have new hampshire in h voter integrity. Dot org tab. There zona new hampshire a lot of places. Arizona new hampshire gung. I wonder why you know. It's just general public opinion. It's where i've been working stuff. They're going yeah. I'm i i know better. I'm willing to sign this. Maybe anonymously or or i'll go help or old sign or something. You know showing a little a little bit little bitter resistance a little bit little bit. You show me a little bit. Show me a little bit. I wanna see some resistance but a lot of ways you can do resistance in different ways like just getting off their grid literally. I mean i'm not using your food. I'm not paying your taxes. I'm not using your energy. I got my own water. I just saw that they have and it's out of tempe arizona. It does gallons a day just from dry air in arizona. Lord forbid anywhere else you have. It's just a you know. Looks like a solar panel with a tank on it and has a little solar panel that runs in the air goes through and and it pulls out water know and it's pure distilled water you have to add the mineral pack to it so that you get a magnesium minerals and something so you know 'cause you greek to water is not as good for you suck a goody attia so you gotta add some stuff to it so you you get the right minerals and boom. You know got that. By facial solar panels from signature solar will prowse one of our favorite solar education. Guys got these big panels like man. They buy facial it they have glass on the front and the back side of the chip or the solar cell because on the backside exposed not just white exposed to backside because it gets a lot of photons from the backside they know so it's just entered even another twenty ten fifty percent. You know more power. I'm going okay. You know derek showed me. Colin has a it. They're working on a warehouse there when they got ten. Four hundred watt panels or something three hundred seventy whatever. It is ten full big panels. We have eight on top but early. Hundred watt packers or flexible. And they're thin and they lay low and we seal them on there and they're cool but no these are he's got so he's like three four kilowatts of power on a bus dan. Did you know get some good. Yeah we gotta pull it out from underneath and we got wired weeden. You'll get way more solar but not like this. He's like four times us. I'm like damn well there's that. So what are we doing. Bypassing the power grid then and then and then and there. that's going to be expensive. I'm in. I have someone looking on me. Getting some lithium iron phosphate home. A whole bunch of thirty kilowatt battery pack of. I'm ready to spend the money. Because i'm thinking it's going to get really expensive and not be available. Here comes in place to do it now. I did it with all the for. Because i knew what was going to happen with copper. I was thinking that you know a lot of this other is gonna get it got better. It's good enough. I'm not waiting anymore. It's a lot better from a year ago. But i'm you know. Pull freaking trigger. Man get me in line and get it done because day. I feel common and we are here. Make butter at home start here. Easy method the butter. Bulletproof coffee man who got me going to the grocery store. Get my bulletproof. Dan making myself. What do you need. you know. Maybe a cow. maybe a goat. Maybe i remember as a kid he just take fresh whole milk and had separate and you get the cream top. You put that in mason jar. You have little kids shake as or butter churn. Was you know we were the churn. We sit there and shake out until we made butter just a little salt. Whatever do man i made. Butter is a kid. I know how to do it. Oh here we got lucrative ski. Wow major ufo bombshell drops. General public opinion gave a crap with the navy. Look we we have. I think it's common. I think there's going to be well. We all what reagan say. He's before the united nations. If there was an alien invasion the world you we'll government then everybody come together and you know come together in who could come together threat of we got you know even if we got to create the flying saucer hell even if we gotta grow freaking aliens test tubes. Mix a little of this and that guy lizard. People not surprises me anymore. Would you be surprised. I don't care get line with all the other guys wanna rule me are you. Are you a you know. Live free and prosper guy. You know are you going to conquer miyagi now getting line you know which side you wanna be on crap where you're from you know the welfare recipients coming up from central and south america gambia hell. I'm not support coming from appalachia or the planes posted. You know new york or california. What's the difference. He's going to be somebody else telling me what to do. You know i get line. Well the other people want. Tell me what to do. Who's the freedom guys vulcans. And the pre prosper. Take me to your leader. Take me to you. Hey i go. Guy did the warp. Who did the warp engine. You know cochran well your representative humanity now you you did it. No no no no no see. All these memes. Take me to your leader. The response is came out of bad time. Yeah the leader of me. I mean you wanna talk leader. Met me you're talking to somebody else. I don't know go go there. I advocate me so you can see. This is going to come. There's going to be this. You know alien invasion of something they're gonna do. Cdc suddenly concerned about covid false positive tests. Ron paul liberty report. I let me tell you what's going on guy that invented the pcr tests says this cannot be used for what you're used for is not made yada yadda they don't care. Just we need something go. Ding says plus on your pregnancy strip. We we need a plus sign up pregnancy strip. How do we get something that we can get a plus sign on a pregnancy strip. You know with some spike protein of cova. Did something. okay. You know we do that. Well the pcr tests you have to replicate it you got. That's why it takes time. You gotta you know some of these instant and they just there it is and so they got to replicate. It's like when they do a dna test a sample and they got to like get into divider petri dish extra extra generations of being there. It is and we can be coded or something while the pcr tests works like that. Well they go about twenty five thirty cycles of this and then you can kind of see enough that you can see what's up. We need fifty fifty times. Because you do it enough times. You get a positive result. So they're doing it to get positive results. Now they're going and we need to dial back a little bit but dial it back a little bit on what we need to dial it back on people that got vaccinated so they don't show positives so we could say that people been. They need to be positive. You're just playing games. Cdc suddenly concerned with being outed gen republic opinion. The gates divorce raises serious questions of pretty much. I don't care the only thing gates thing that i see you. It's going to happen is going to be they. Then those yeah. I don't know if you're allowed to divorce without you know some kind of permission slip of the plan something. What do you think's going to happen. What's going on. You know what maybe this you may have to where they're competing with each other for philanthropic something else. You know they're competing. We're giving more no more. No we're funding. Oh we both are on this now. We're wider we're separated on. I have no idea. The money's not gonna stop flowing is going to go or one of them are. Both of them are going to get outed for something or once. Protecting from the other bills going to get nailed with pedal island neb steen video of whatever the hell so melinda has got to be separate and maintained. There's other stuff going on and other stuff going on guarantee it. We're gonna find out how ronald care. General public opinion stakeholder capitalism after the great reset. You know whitney web. And charlie robinson tech overlords heavy planned for humanity but not everybody will be advancing to the next round of this game the way they see it there are just too many of us taking up space on their planet and we gotta have a way of all in the heard. Yeah but then you get on the other side store. Bands vaccinated hill script flipped. Nope vaccinating your odd come in. Yeah but i have to be vaccinated. So i so i can get my free doughnut seriously. Back there get my donor for uber. Ride except for so many weeks at shouting. It makes you go nuts. 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Twitter and instagram's aristo during newscasts may the ten twenty twenty one laid off workers who had to fight through florida's unemployment system were promised relief with increased benefits but governor rod to santa's rejected the plan. Telling them to prepare to get back to work. The florida senate wanted to increase unemployment benefits from two hundred and seventy five to three hundred and seventy five dollars a week with an extended eligibility period from twelve to fourteen weeks when dissent said he wouldn't support it focusing instead on getting people back to work. The plan died in the house doctor. Rich template with the florida afl cio says. Senate bill nineteen o. Six was a bipartisan effort. That could have fixed. Many wrongs in the system we have an unemployment insurance system. That is not working and it doesn't matter if we're in a pandemic or just the normal ups and downs of our economic cycles. Our unemployment insurance system is a joke. 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He says a real possibility that that could be the place that he would go. And we will get into all that type of stuff and other things. But we're quite happy to be joined by Pop icon tiffany. Who has teamed up with echo entertainment. And they say that this year twenty twenty one will be filled with all things. Tiffany in fact. A new album shadows As well tiffany on the way in from the break Richard on san francisco by the way on the way and from the brake. We were playing Hi baby and sounds good How much of it as a singer songwriter. Do you turn off that creative switch. I mean can you go like six months without writing a song as it just keeps coming out. Are you kidding me. No it keeps coming out. No i'm all things music all the time it i mean you know i think cova really this past year has really put a lot of balance me as a person I really struggled the first couple of months with depression. And that's not normal for me. So you know i really wasn't able to create. I wasn't able to release the new album shadows tour with on hold and we had worked really hard to be in that position. Three four years of extensive touring with the album prior pieces of me And so it was like everybody like what what you know and then the realization if the world has stopped and how serious that is So it was a wild ride. I think i felt just connected in my personal life not being able to talk to my parents who passed on and just all of it so i got into other ways to be creative to connect with the fans and and join the music into it and give them some behind the scenes. You know we were still waiting for the green light to tour and things. Were getting better. So i started. Let with tiffany on instagram. Everybody follow me. please Lots of food. That i've been doing. I worked with food network prior to this though you know it just seemed natural but yeah all these other songs were coming out of me and we started to turn on the camera to dot com. Everybody can be a part of the world. And and i was just writing songs. The whole time through kovin Even though shadows the new album has been done and recorded and now we're getting agreement to go and tourist or june fifth in november. We're going to be rocking your faces off. I'd bringing friends. I have to say i'm very excited. That members of la guns be with me. They are been friends of mine and we were doing some stuff in la with them on the new album shadows and tracy guns is on that actual song as well keep on swinging with them so but it just makes sense for a few members to come out on the road. They're friends of mine and just kind of came full circle. And i was like that would be awesome. All right. let's do it. We're announcing that today. Actually that members of guns will be with me rocking it an all cities and how excited that we're really just all of us to be playing live music again. It really matters always matter to us. But i think you know again after covid and you know all the different emotions. Everybody's been through. It really is a positive thing stepping out now safely and and doing live music again. Very cool. I'm about five years older than you save senior career. Remember in the late eighties when you were doing. You know the malls. And so i think about your staying power you know. There are some acts obviously. And i don't blame them. They just play their two hits for the rest of their lives and make cash. I get it but for you to evolve and to keep making new music for so long you know four decades. Plus how do you have that type of Staying power What coffee. Of course you know i get. I think i don't know any different. I've been living my life in the public. Ice and was fourteen recorded the first album at fourteen I'm grateful to be doing what i do. not many times. Do you have just a again. Ganic state you know. A girl from norwalk california. My parents are not wealthy. They didn't know anything about the music industry. But i drove him nuts singing throughout the house. They were like we've got to do something. She won't shut up So my dad's kind of went. I don't know what i'm doing. But i'll ask around and if you're not shy then you know he had me singing it. Vfw's and elks clubs and things in front of grocery stores. I mean really organic state so once bans would be like. Hey you wanna jam with us. It really was that organic and led to me. Getting a record deal at fourteen. So i'm very grateful rocking out. I think we're alone now still We're really celebrating like four million views. The new video of. I think we're alone. Our i take you to my school. A high school news footage on their rocking out my lifelong friends that went to school with me down ventura boulevard so we just went retraced all the steps of the original video but with the new modern player. And i'm very excited that it's paired with a new version of hey baby On vinyl so that's the new single from the album the lead single from the album And that's on vinyl. Choose dot com. Everybody check it out. We have special signing for those who are purchasing the vinyl again moving safely and kovin and learning all the ropes and all the new restrictions and some places are completely open. But we want fans you'll save and confidence so we're doing special meet and greets Very you will get a chance to sign those vinyl With me so we're excited again just to be doing music. I mean shadows. I think is. The album is a little wink to the eighties. It's like a little bit of a punk flare little bit. Go-goes ramones little tiffany. All the things that you know that influenced me With a very modern production so this is really a rocker Time you know. I keep telling people definitely. It's live music. I've i love being a performer. That's where i really think. I shine the most so every performance really matters. You know this is dany. Power just comes from the energy for my fans and my team came you know definitely i love all of them and they take the village. Really pull all of this off so i'm forever grateful. It's amazing to me how you know it was vinyl. When we started off and now people are getting back into vinyl. You gotta go in about a minute. I was thinking you. You always seem to me so accessible to your fan base. You are always just right there. You were just like hey. I'm just a high school kid from la. You didn't seem like some sort of magical princess. You were just such a real person and i would think social media is like perfect for you like dealing with your fans. I mean. it's as much as i want to show. I'm getting better at like again for. Nobody wants to see me at home like cooking or with my dogs or it doesn't seem but they do And so. I just had to get over that again to cova when i was going through my little phone. Depression and everything turning on the camera made me feel better and it made me connect with fans on a different level and really people were like i was saying and it just was. I think it wasn't about being tiffany. The star was about me being tiffany. A person and developing friends. I've always considered my friends And and real people Drilling that they loved the songs that i'm writing and they can Relate to things that i've been through do writing. I mean that's my therapy. But just in our again moving forward in coded and talking about things that i've been going through and talking about new music and how excited i am. It's been great to bond with my fans. you do. Have lots of things plan before the tour a lot of things that i'm just more accessible. I mean i've been discovering meditation and yoga Different health things that. I'm doing to get myself ready for the tour 'cause this is going to be a full high energy. Lots of travel you know but we want to do it all now that they've given me the green light. I'm like crazy. I'm like i'm going to. I'm going to do that. So i have to bring it and all things i am gonna do all right. Well i know you gotta run everybody. Tiffany check out the new album from deco entertainment shadows coming out. Check out the tour. Check out everything oust tiffany. Congratulations thanks to drop by big number to say again. Don't and you learn how thousands of smart homeowners are investing about a dollar to avoid expensive home repair bills john. A former non customer said. My air conditioner broke. And i had to spend nine thousand nine hundred dollars to fix it. Jeff a customer wrote my air conditioner broken. I got a new one at no out of pocket cost mary a former non customer wrote. My heating system stopped running. I had to spend three thousand dollars to get a new one lisa. A customer wrote. My heater stopped working. 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Six was the greatest sports year ever. What happened in nineteen ninety. Six dominic anything yamaguchi's now the yankees got people on the mariners ninety five olympics. What was that atlanta. Yeah we'll find out. This is why it's interesting. One eight of the top of my head. The hell happened in nineteen ninety-six One eight hundred eight seven eight play. It's always funny when somebody asked me. You know super bowl. Forty two and super bowl fifty one am. I gotta tell me who played. If it wasn't the raiders you know super bowl to super bowl levin super bowl fifteen eighteen super bowl thirty seven other than that like i remember super bowl. Twenty was the bears and the patriots. I remember that super bowl. Sixteen of course was the joe montana. That was the first one but there is no way outside of the first few you know. Because they're conic packers won the first to the jets won the third. The chiefs won the fourth then on the fifth one without the colts last second field goal looking to dominate. He's like the hell you asking me for your the old guy i think it was. I think super bowl. Five was the colds over. The cowboys with jim sullivan. Whatever the last second field goal. If i'm not mistaken he's looking at up all all right Once you get to six i'm out. I got no idea I do remember super bowl. Seventeen was the redskins because the raiders beat them in super bowl eighteen. What's my point. Yeah ninety six. I don't know it's got it's got a it's got a ring per it's got a hit me gotta hit me hard some way one way or the other are at one eight hundred eight seven eight play the The aaron rodgers rumor thing is is pretty funny that now. It's the broncos who are all in he and the bracco brock branko. The broncos have the second most cap space. Let me tell you something if you're gauging. Who has the best chance on cap space. You're looking at the wrong thing. Cap space is if you're going to bring in rick tittle or you. Then you say how long how much money to have for the schmuck. When it's aaron rodgers cap space doesn't matter because you'll cut half your damn team and make cap space for aaron. Roger stink denver's over twenty five million. Only two has more cavs paces. Jacksonville boom boom boom boom now. That does mean they don't have to unload as much as another team. But what i'm saying is that doesn't matter now. The broncos also have the draft capital Says they have a first round pick in each of the next three years to me. That's something that seems like it'd be like yeah and what else. Well the broncos have drew lock who they really liked couple years ago. He's l- gotten a little stale texture. Bridgewater was a first round pick by the vikes and he got a lot of money from carolina and he did well in new orleans before that but obviously Aaron rodgers would be a huge upgrade and remember the donkeys when they had Tim tebow they won the division. That was the hugh jackson year in oakland. Where the raiders lost their last three games. How they want any of them they would have won the division. The last game of the season sandiego at home was a real but burner. I gotta say the worst though was the last game ever at the call against jacksonville which they threw away at the end as the only game where i ran down onto the field and i was standing behind derek cars. The black hole booed him. And then i basically saw storming the capitol. People raider on raider fan fights and people ripping shredding things off. You know they're taking it with them but the thing about Bridgewater they're only paying him four million dollars the rest. What i was nine being paid by carolina lock is heading into his third year and he's on his rookie contract so in other words. They're not married to these guys financially. If you wanna use that term. But george payton who is the Not george patton. He was a general from california. I'll have you know Taking pride in a state with more people in candidate does but George pete and the gm there said drew's been working hard every day. Ted he's going to bring some experience to the room. Some leadership were really excited for both quarterbacks are looking. We're always looking at every position and quarterbacks another one but we like the two we have look the the broncos they've gone out and gotten some pieces remember. They got jerry jeudy in the last draft. They've got courtland sutton who i loved in college. He's coming back from injury. They've got a pretty good offensive line in place. No john james. I guess is still banged up. I love noah fant at iowa. I mean he had a better college career than george kittle. Had in iowa he hasn't really panned out like we would have thought yet. But you got melvin gordon in the backfield so if your quarterback you might say well that's not the worst place in the world i could go but the other two teams we've heard him. Mention are the raiders. The niners and you might think why those two teams well first of all it's kyle and gruden. Those are some offensive coaches but remember. Aaron rodgers is also from northern california. I don't know if that has anything to do with those two teams but if you want draw conclusions. Aaron rodgers played college football fifteen minutes from the oakland coliseum but this all started course thirteen months ago on zoom the packers were at thirty in the first round and they traded up four spots to take jordan. Love first time. They took a quarterback in the first round since aaron rodgers. Now look teams. Do that all the time. But this was a completely stupid situation because they obviously did not need a quarterback and the very next day matlock. Flir the head. Coaching green blah blah blab. I drink your blood. He placed a call to rogers welcoming love To the why he welcomed love to green bay then he called rogers and he had to basically say. Don't worry sorry and Matt lafleur after the call said obviously aaron rodgers as leader of this football team at my expectation is that he will be for a long time. I sincerely loved the guy. And i love working with them and it's a hell of a lot of fun. I'm really excited about where they can take us. That hasn't changed a bit two days after that brett farr one on the rich eisen show and he said that I spoke with erin and this pick This surprise pick got the wheels turning and errands mind. And he said i predict he'll finish his career elsewhere. Yikes so that you have the off season workout program and Aaron rodgers said like any great athlete. There's things that are out of my control. If they're feels like time. Where feel like i can play at a high level. My body feels great. There's been other great players that have gone on to play elsewhere like any great athlete so this has been a brewing for a long time a year and then of course after they lost the nfc title game To the niners. And they said it is aaron rodgers coming back and last aaron rodgers. And he said i really don't know what's going on this off season and blah blah blah blah. It's gotten more sour and sour and sour so is he going to pull a carson baller. We don't know we'll keep our eye on it. I'm rectal come on by the top east. Been five nine and now. Today's rusty tip of the day presented by free all deep penetrating oil. You're all set for a quick tire rotation until you have a rusted on wheel. Coat those lug nuts and penetrating oil. Let them sit for a few minutes. And you'll have them often a cinch. 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And i just wanted to say that. I'm a great fan of your work. Interrupt me please stay. You must be crazy. Use a d. o. g. And if you was my man. I would have been kicked you out of my house by now. This is what had happened all right. Thank you for that and welcome back to the show rectal with you. Coast to coast and around the world on the american forces radio network. It's our pleasure to welcome to the show. Sports writer and author jon finkel. He has a new book which is coming out tomorrow. Called nineteen ninety-six reliving. The legend packed dynasty stacked most iconic sports here ever available from diversion. Books john welcome to the show. And it's interesting. Because when i thought of ninety six i asked dominic here too i what pops into your head first and he thought well the olympics. And it really wasn't i know was they're not maybe a signature moment but just kind of an amalgamation like a combination of all these these great athletes. Is that what you're looking at here. Well what What jumped out at me for ninety six Really is like the icons that were active and having an impact that year. So it's it's the year that Kobe bryant and alan iverson both drafted into the nba. It's the year. The tire woods turns pro out if he's going to be going on tour leaving stanford. Wnba announced its existence. The mls has its first season Last dance hall most of the seventy two. Win season culminates in nineteen ninety. Six can't get junior. Does the whole running for president campaign nineteen ninety six muhammad ali. The torch the olympic. Like it just kind of goes on and on. It's kinda signature year. When i look at you know tennis. That was when america kinda still mattered. At wimbledon you with agassi in in san ras and those guys. You take a look at the tennis too right. Well yeah actually interesting. We we the. Us emphasis was at the top of his his game around there. But you know he was always you know from a star. Standpoint wasn't like a mainstream that the the last big star that we've had agassi and he was having a bit of a down year that year but then he comes out of nowhere and wins the gold at the olympics in atlanta. So it's like every big name star you think of when you think of the nineties jordan griffey gretzky. They all had a signature moment That year in addition to like i said the next crop of really stars and even leagues Coming to well. I remember that year. The The raiders had just moved back to oakland the year. Before and i was at the coliseum there are playing the cowboys and Dion sanders Intercepted i think it was hostetler at the time but i just remember dion. Sanders intercepted a long pass. He held the ball high up over his head like the first five yards of his return. Just to say here it is. I mean it was just the most brash thing and even though i was rooting against the cowboys i couldn't help but admire that type of swag during aim and that team of course all the hall of famers we know from you. Know aikman and emmitt smith and michael irvin. I mean they re the cowboys were pretty unbeatable. There for a while. That year was the third championship. They won the superbowl. They went at the beginning of that year. And it was kinda like obviously. We didn't know at the time that i was going to be the last one. They would all win together but it was it was a triplets plus on plus all of the you know there was i think twelve or so hall of famers on that team Added up. and then you had you know barry switzer. You're coaching them. And the way it ended up working out. You can't go with sunday right now. Twenty five years later without being reminded of that team. Dion has subway commercials. And he's all over the place. Aikman is the signature guy. You know with joe buck you know michael irvin's all over the place and his his his broadcasting and things like that know moose's doing tv. So that team. Jimmy johnson on. What the major morning shows like that teams still in our face. Twenty five years later. You know it's interesting you mentioned mls. Because when i worked at the world cup out here in in at stanford and ninety four one of the stipulations fee forgave us was that we had to have our domestic league up and running. Well it took us two more years. After that. And i went to the first ever. Mls game at san jose state and eric wynalda scoring the the final goal in that game and of course that's when they kept the time on the on the clock and they had a shootout at the end but You know now. Mls is expanding so much now. I think they're kind of watering down but I mean it's it's still going though which is good news. Yeah actually have a chapter on that on kind of went out. A sort of the way they portrayed. I remember the time like the last thing they wanted when they finally launches his league because in addition to soccer not having kind of the the us magnetism that habit like the knock on it was always like boring. It's oh soccer's zero right like and the last thing they wanted in that game to have the first game being zero zero tie so when all this goal like in a way it was like a like the collective sigh from the whole. Us stock universities. huge couple. More questions for jon finkel the new book one thousand nine hundred six. The the ken griffey can remind me a little bit about the president thing. I i think i forgot about that. Yes oh griffey. In nine hundred ninety six with you know obviously. A presidential election and nike put out this humongous like month months several months long ad campaign griffey president. He was talking about how we get rid of the designated hitter like they made these ads. Basically as if they were Political ad but it was all about. You know snarky baseball stuff yet. Reggie jackson and george clinton instead of bill clinton and it was all these cool. Thanks you gave up campaign buttons like you went to almost you know. They made this stadium. They were giving these buttons out And they ran it like a political campaign called griffey and ninety six. And i think you know with baseball having sort of drops in the public consciousness below football blow the nba. It's hard for people to remember that in ninety six like there was jordan and it was griffey and everybody else in junior was the signature. Not only baseball athlete but us. He was on par with jordan for kids growing up And so the campaign with a huge success And for for back then. When there was no baseball packages internet really follow any of the stuff. I mean the most time would see griffey with sportscenter highlights and then these commercials you know when i think about college. Football ninety-six was that's when the pac ten at the time still mattered. So what else was going on in college. Football time mattered but they choke a couple. They choke the that one year Because they had the shoe in To get to the national game and they ended up losing. And that's how florida and getting in after losing the florida state. The first time. But like the the the way i positive thing in the book is the reason. Ninety six is so important is because the teams that had dominated that whole decade brassica. Florida and florida state. Basically tacoma i think six of the ten tiles by european national championships. And we're in all the other games That was the year. Like the one of the last eras where there were still the signature name coaches like single name. Coach was bowed dog more spurrier. You had the legendary offense with you. Know tommy fraser Still over in nebraska. You had body bowden with work done. And before that charlie ward and all those guys just like running it up and then you had the fun and gun like easter. You're basically kind of started. What we're leaving last year joe burrow and all these guys like. Danny danny werfel was the first guy to just like. Set the sec on fire with just all these touchdowns and all these throws and always passing yards and so those three teams kinda dueled every year for the championship through the mid nineties and the end of that year After losing in ninety five championship game to finally came back on ninety six what was going on in the movie theaters sports wise that year. Yeah that's one of those. Where like when you start really looking through it. You realize it was like maybe the greatest sports movie year of all time. I think it is the greatest sports movie of all time that the movies that came out that we still talk about to this day or even quote. Don't remember that even more. You're quoting try factor of golf movies. The holy trinity of baltimore came out that year both tin cup in happy. Gilmore both came out that year jerry. Maguire everybody you know quotes to the show me. The money you have little stuff came out. That year. Kingpin the the bowling with woody harrelson and bill. Murray came out that year. Space jam came out that year And those are like the headliner type movies that came out of self pride in the fan and all these other movies came out as well so If you look back part of the interesting thing is that like they don't even make uh sports movie anymore. That's just kind of out there in the fact that you have one weekend that year they had the fan. Which was a baseball movie. Starring robert de niro and wesley snipes came up the same weekend that tin cup came out and the idea of of a baseball and golf movie opening fame weekend now is like laughing. Yeah there are a lot of giants fans though that's still love. San deniro awareness giants hat. Even though he was a psycho in that movie. I ride with that movie. I love that movie. I think it's great like soon as you get like how third going to be and they up nine inch nails soundtrack. I watched it. When i was doing the book like i enjoyed it the first time. I thought i was like this once. You let go like this is kinda crazy. It's good. I enjoy it. Yeah and and to me. Kingpin is top ten movies. All-time movie a million times last question for you. And that is. I mentioned the olympics. How much of it now. Especially with the the movie and everything. How much is the richard jewel thing overshadowed some of the great sports moments of atlanta. You know i think it depends on on your mentality. yeah. I think the the movie came out and people thought about that but i think you're you know for the for the sports minded people listening to this show. If you really thinking about it ninety six games you know the moment of ali holding the torch when it was a total surprise. 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#53: The First Queer Woman in Congress

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#53: The First Queer Woman in Congress

"The. Nancy's imported by celebrating four decades with the forty forty forty collection. A limited edition collection reissuing its most beloved styles in the brand's original color sand. Bigs -clusive collection is now available at other stores, worldwide dot com. In that select global retailers while supplies last. Listener support it w in Wiessee studios. Do you guys know any currently serving congresswoman. Petition. Which one do you like which you. You. Was born and bossy right now Smith's. Yeah. Right. Medic too. From WNYC studios. This is Nancy host Tobin. No. And Kathy too. Tobin Kathy, the midterms are approaching. Indeed they are and you know what? I'm excited about. What are you excited about? I'm excited about this so called rainbow wave. I've been hearing about there are a record number of LGBT candidates running for office in this next election. It is so exciting prize. Yes. It's like where people's moment to storm the government, but also cath. We've been storming, the government, maybe even earlier than you realize I sent the story coming. So today we're bringing everyone a story from a great podcast called at the United States having sightsee it's produced here at WNYC out of the newsroom and this season. They're doing a deep dive into the theme of gender and power, my God, what a time to be talking about gender power. I know and it's only gotten more interesting with Brad Kavanagh getting confirmed to the supreme court, but in the story we're about to hear today, we get to travel back in time. One hundred years to win things were actually may be much more progressive in some ways. So the first voice you're gonna hear is Cairo, right? We love here. We've had him on the show last season. He's great, and his main gig is host of United States of Zion and just to set the story up bet. One thing he and the team have been really interested in is what a huge year. This is for women running for office, take it away KYW. We're gonna start with one race where a woman is running as an underdog and has in fact been an unexpectedly strong fundraiser even before cavenaugh. Kathleen Williams is running as a democrat from on Tana's one at large congressional seat and Kathleen Williams. I'm running for the US congress. We used to turn this thing around. She was a total upset in the primary and now she's steadily gaining ground on the Republican incumbent, Greg Gianforte now that they may sound familiar. It's because he made headlines last year when before he won a special election in Montana, he body slammed a report. The last did the same thing. Williams may become part of this historic class of women this year. But you know, Montana long ago made history for women in politics over one hundred years ago, Montana elected the first ever congress woman to net rank now, Montana never elected another woman to congress after that, Kathleen Williams would be the second ever. But the question we're asking in this episode is how did you net rank and do it? Yes, she was white and her family had some money, but how did she actually get voted in four years before women got the vote nationally and what can her story tell us about women fighting for political power today. Women like Kathleen Williams, a reporter mar silvers was born and raised in Montana. She has her story. Who was the first woman elected to congress? Lisbeth break Jennifer? No. What was your so close. Who was the first woman elected to congress in the country Ginette rank, Janet rank into net rag. In it. Reagan Tonette rate. You know that up top. What else you know about her? She was a woman zero. When I was growing up, I always heard Janette rank and talked about as this legend, someone that the whole state should be proud of, but I never really understood her back story. How did she go from the sprawling planes and rugged mountains out west to the halls of congress? I went back to Montana to find out more about this woman. I had always heard about, I'm on a road as you can probably hear. I haven't seen another car in. Oh. One of my first stops the spot between the Missouri river and a mountain range called the north big belts. Don't have any service out here. There's somebody the home that dinette rank and grew up in isn't around anymore, but she spent a lot of summers up here. The family's old ranch home is nestled at the entrance to a Rocky Mountain Gulch. Is the rink and ranch up this way. Okay, great. Then I'll just walk around a little bit you by yourself. Yeah, watch for snakes. Yeah. All right. Montana is still a wild place, and it makes sense to me that this is where she came from the landscape is rugged. It's intense. It makes me feel adventurous. It's a trait that Rankin showed throughout her whole life. There's this tiny dirt road that I'm on, and it goes in between these cliffs Jeannette Rankin was the oldest child and a big family, and they were pretty well off. But at the beginning of the twentieth century in rural Montana, there weren't a lot of opportunities for young women Rankin got restless. She didn't want to be stuck in a small town running the house, taking care of family. So when she was in her twenties, she left. She went to a place where young ambitious people have gone for a long time. The western world, automatic panorama of towering spires and massive structures, a great sit Rankin arrived in New York City in nineteen. Oh eight. And she studied social work and she spent a lot of time in Greenwich Village where she was not the most radical lady on the block. This is where anarchist Emma, Goldman and birth control advocate. Margaret Sanger were making history around the same time that in arrived, the village was a hotbed for political activism and it's where ranking fell in with the crowd of women who challenged her politically and socially, not just less free laws lesbian socialism. Anarchists these women show up in her life from van on ranking biographers, Jim, low patch, and Jean Makovsky. I met them in their living room in Missoula Montana. But how exciting for her, you know she to encounter women who were accomplished and making their own. Way financially. The women in Greenwich Village became rankings, lifelong friends, and according to decades worth of rankings, personal letters, some may have also been her lovers. I think that the most logical and I think it's responsible conclusion is that Ginette rank and was either by sexual or lesbian. Now, Rankin was very private about her personal relationships. So there's still a lot that historians are debating, but she never settled down with a man or a woman. She never had kids. It seems like New York City was where she started to see a future for herself as an independent political woman. And this kind of feminism was a big idea in the early nineteen hundreds. The first feminist movement in the late nineteenth century in the early twentieth century must've been a just a deliriously wonderful time for her and other. Women who who had him Bishen 's historian Lillian fadiman Rankin became an adult at very heady period for women who wanted independence and sauve themselves as as more than the domestic creatures that many women were consigned to during the Victorian era Rankin and her friends were invested in making social reform with women taking the lead. They said, society's problems could only be fixed. If women held elected office and started making policy, and the first step toward taking political power was getting women. The vote after she earned her social work degree Rankine burst onto the suffrage scene and she quickly earned a reputation as one of the best campaigners in the whole country. Here's one part of a speech he gave in nineteen eleven. Men want women in the home and they want them to make it perfect yet how can they make it? So if they have no control of the influences of the home, Rankin campaigned all over the country. And when she had an audience, she made an impact. She were stylish dresses and she had a striking figure. She was just captivating to watch. One newspaper article described her as having a kind of luminous quality when she spoke. But what really made an impression were rankings, ideas. It is beautiful and right that a mother should nurse her child through typhoid fever, but it is also beautiful and right that she should have a voice in regulating the milk supply from which the typhoid resulted eventually rank and brought her new campaigning skills back to conservative Montana. And she was careful in her suffrage speeches. She didn't wanna come off as too radical, her friend and fellow suck. For just Marya Neil told her to be strategic all the dope. You can about the influence of women and behalf of the children and appeal to the higher standard of motherhood and true or home life. That's the gush that gets the public, that kind of speech that will do more to make Suffragettes than all the purely intellectual that we might give them in a whole hundred years. Rankin might have been dulling down her message, but that didn't mean she was boring. She was in Lewistown speaking and she came on and something like a gold leopard print outfits. She was quite the dresser that should just was mesmerizing compelling. Rinkins other strength was being willing to cover a lot of ground on the campaign trail and that saying something Montana's the fourth largest state and in nineteen ten. There were about two people per square mile, but by nineteen fourteen all of her road trips and streetcorner speeches paid off. Montana gave non native American women vote native Americans wouldn't get the vote until they became US citizens ten years later. So this was how Rankin ended up running for congress. Campaigning for suffrage was her gateway for launch pad. Montana's knew her. Women could vote for her, her brother, Wellington, a lawyer funded and managed her whole campaign and in nineteen sixteen she did it. She won her seat by a landslide, but electing a woman to congress wasn't immediately headline news the morning after the election Jeannette Rankin said she called up the local papers herself and I have Ginette Rankin. And newspapers at Oshii lost ranking gave this interview in nineteen sixty three when she was in her eighties and you can still hear how much she enjoys telling her victory story and an about ten or eleven o'clock. Wellington telephone, Helena. I was in Missoula. That I have. And so when women came into sympathize, we sit. I had one, I really have one rink and said, the Montana papers didn't admit she'd one for another two days when they knew from the beginning that I hit one now. Now, why did the newspapers say? I have all that time except for wishful thinking. The election was international news. The United States had its first ever congresswoman and after she took office letters to rank in from women's, started pouring in having a female Representative created this window into so many women's lives. They wrote to her about factory conditions, problems on their farms about having sick children and the fear of having their sons drafted into war. One woman wrote to rank in with a desperate plea for help in the correspondence is a very poorly written long hindred letter from a woman named Jesse naked who in her letter describes being an abused, wife, Mary Murphy is a professor of history and philosophy at Montana state university when she. Found this letter. She was stunned naked told Rankin about her whole marriage and in nineteen seventeen that was unheard of. She was very happy to marry this man who seemed wonderful in on her wedding night. He took away her pocketbook because he said she had no need for her own money. He did not swear me to five month at we were married. I told him, I believed I was in a family way. Oh, how he cursed at me and said he supposed, I would be sickly, and he would have to spend on me and she then just chronicles a progression of verbal abuse of physical abuse of cutting her off from the community. Any new, all I knew of married life was what he told me. So he used me rough for six years of married life head to let him fourteen to twenty times a week. I could not stand it. I got poor weighing around the hundred pounds and she figures out how to write. Right to rank in in, ask for help. But Murphy says the country's first congresswoman didn't have many answers. You know Rankin what could she have told her to do? I mean, we didn't even have the concept of domestic abuse. A man had a right to his wife spot. She did not have any viable economic choices. There was no such thing as a shelter for abused women. Rankin didn't get to be an advocate for women for very long. She was outspoken and radical, but she was also unpopular in nineteen seventeen. Just days in her first term, Rankin was one of the few members of congress to vote against World War One and her critics tore her apart. They said that she was week that she couldn't vote like a man, but the real blow came when rank and got on the bad side of the biggest corporation in Montana. She stood up and defy the Anaconda copper money company more than one hundred sixty men died in a mining disaster in Butte. Montana, the workers went on strike and rank incited with them, but going up against the con to company was a dangerous move over the course of the early part of the twentieth century, they take control of practically all the newspapers in the state, they control employment, they control the economy. They have a very strong role in politics. Rankin pressed president Wilson to start an investigation into the accident. She also called for the government ownership of metal mines, and the company did not like that. It's the political kiss of death. The Anaconda company pressured the state legislature to gerrymander Rankin out of her seat, lawmakers even had a slogan. Do you want to keep a woman in congress? Rankin lost her bid for reelection after her first term, but twenty years later, she ran again on a pacifist platform and she won in nineteen forty one a day after Pearl Harbor. Rankin was the only member of congress to vote against World War Two. And once again, she was politically sidelined. So Mara Jeannette Rankin. She gets the congress and she stakes out these unpopular positions. And so those stances lead her to losing political average. Right. So some of the people who celebrate Rankin say that the way she acted in her first term was almost sacrificial. She wasn't willing to seriously compromise on these major topics and it cost her her career see in that begs the question, I mean, how effective was she has a legislator. The historians that I spoke to said, not very. I mean, she didn't have any major legislation passed, although she did get the ball rolling on some maternal and child welfare bills that pass later on. But other people argued that her meaning is actually symbolic. And it seems like Rankin knew that at the time she realized that it mattered the stances that the first woman took on war and labor. Now that's not to say that rank and didn't have her flaws as she used racist. Rhetoric when she was campaigning for suffrage in conservative areas, and she lived off of her brothers money, even though he treated his workers poorly, plus the people who knew her said that she was notoriously headstrong and difficult to work with. And yet she was willing to stand up for the people of her state. And I think that this is the kind of politicians that a lot of Montana's still yearn for so many people. They're still see her as a legend. She's like the original nasty woman. I spoke to Betsy mulligan day. She's the director of the Ginette rank in peace center in Missoula. Montana. What else do you think about when you think about her? She showed up, you know, and she had great courage in not listening to the voices that were trying to tell her to play it safe. She was willing to stand by her conscience, even though it cost her. Keep it if she so symbolic and is still widely revered for that symbolism. Why has Montana not sent another woman to congress since them? I think that the easiest answer to that is that Montana has changed a lot since rankings time when she was campaigning. She centered her gender as one of her strengths that because she was a woman. She had this valuable perspective that could be used in politics, and that's an argument that a lot of men aren't buying anymore. When I brought up the fact that she was the last female Representative for the state. Most men that I talked to were ambivalent, those women in office maybe Montana's just yet to get the right woman that is going to represent Montana views and values like with the whole, Hillary thing. All of that. I just I don't believe women should run for that kind of position of our. They're either going to be too power hungry to prove themselves or they're going to. They're going to be too weak and soft hearted. But most women had a different response. That's really depressing. I've never thought about it in this terms. That's horrific. That's not cool. Let the hills up with that. How do you feel about that? I think it's a load of Dookie and I hope that we elect one to congress this year. So you're supportive. Kathleen Williams is him. I am. Williams isn't the first progressive woman to run for the seat since Rankin women ran in the nineteen seventies the early two, thousands, and even twenty sixteen, but Williams and her supporters say that this year could be the year here. Nice to meet you too. I met Williams in her campaign staff at the Montana folk festival in Butte. She was wearing a long green summer dress, and it was really hot outside, but Williams was walking all over town talking to voters the whole time November. Oh yeah, it's going to all of us. Bowling league golf buddies polka through? Yeah. Williams was an underdog in the democratic primary. This spring. She raised a lot less money than either of the male front runners, but she one, partly by doing what rank and did a century ago driving all over the state to campaign in tiny towns and far out districts. She's been telling voters she's competent experienced and ready to take on the chaos of Washington. Congress can't pass a budget Washington's dysfunctional Greg Gianforte does not represent us. There is a need. Ability. So I've stepped up. Montana is a fairly red state, even though it has a democratic governor and a history of democratic senators. It went twenty points for Trump in two thousand sixteen gene forte. Williams opponent is a tech entrepreneur, a millionaire one of the wealthiest members of congress, and he has a reputation for having a short fuse. If he's defeated, it would be a huge political upset, but voters and Butte seemed excited about that possibility. Williams. She's running for. Nice to meet you too. I'm running against you and for tank Nova for thank you so much. Tell me more. Thank you. Please meet everyone to gotta. Williams can come off as a little reserved, but she has kind of quiet force. It's a kind of political willpower that I would like to imagine rank in would respect and Williams is working hard to get out the vote after she won the primary, a local paper, published an article with a photograph from her campaign. She's down on the ground and it's the middle of winter. She's putting snow chains on tires so she can keep trekking across the state. And when it comes to Rankin Williams doesn't shy away from the -cational hat tip and leave you with this. It's been over a hundred years. Jeannette Rankin deserves a successor. Join us. So Jeannette Rankin wasn't just the first female member of congress. She was also the first queer female member of congress. More about that in a minute. You're listening to Nancy. Hey, Nancy listeners. So over the last couple of weeks, you've heard us talking about this project where calling I've been meaning to tell you, we've asked you to share your stories about stuff. You've been meaning to tell someone important in your life. And we've heard from tons of people who've told us about things they've wanted to share with old friends, family members, things that may be hard to share, but might just be the key to getting a relationship back on track or allowing the other person to know them more deeply. Exactly. And we are still collecting stories. We really wanna hear yours. You can sit into anonymously. That's totally okay. To go to Nancy podcasts, dot org, slash tell for all the details. 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But why haven't we heard of her as part of queer history. I think that's because there's a lot of people who are missing from queer history. There's a lot of people who for one reason or another, we have not identified as queer and one of the things that makes it hard to categorize net Rankin as lesbian or queer, or bisexual or gay is that she wasn't using any of those terms to define herself in nineteen o eight or nineteen ten or nineteen sixteen or even. I mean, she died in nineteen seventy three. And that was never a word that she used. But I think that that's because it was a different. It was a different time and the relationships that she was having with women were not actually that strange for the demographic that Janette Rankin is an right. She's white. Middle class was pursuing education and pursuing a career. And in that demographic Jeannette Rankin was around a lot of women who for them, the idea of partnering with other women, both for friendship, but also for romance was a normal part of their existence. So a lot of women who are involved in the suffrage movement, and then that feminist movement at the time fell into that category and it wasn't strange. So what would have been the difference though between Ginette Rankin as a queer woman in someone who was a straight suffer? Just feminists at that time, right? There were straight women in those movements as we would understand them at the time, but they were still doing very radical non hetero normative thing. And so in that way, if women were in heterosexual relationships, a lot of them, if they were involved in the suffrage movement were still radically challenging what it meant to be a woman, what it meant to be a woman in society, a woman in polish. Ticks woman in education all at the same time in if we didn't know about who Rankin was having romantic relationships with. I think I would be asking myself the same question like, how am I evaluated her queer nece Amai judging it just by who she may or may not have slept with, or am I judging by how she was living her life at the time. So I don't know if I've come down to an answer on that tells it was so interesting. Why literally defined quits. No, right. Yeah, right. Yeah. About who like who you are and how you live your life and less so about who are you sleeping with? Right, but it's really complicated. I don't know. Is there anything else that gave you more concrete clues about this aspect of relief? Well, I think a couple of things. There's a lot of correspondence that historians have found between her and a lot of the women that she met in Greenwich Village. And those letters told me a part of Janette Rankin story that I had not heard before, and that had not been emphasized when I was growing up in Montana learning about to net rank. And so for example, she had a lot of women in her life that she was close with for decades. She never settled down with one person, but they were her support systems. They visited each other all the time. They wrote loving affectionate letters to each other, but there were also sexual references and innuendos in the letters. I mean, Janette rank in. According to one of the letters would buy lingerie for one woman with pink lacy bows and things like that. It's all described in the receipts are in in the history books. And so an addition to that, there was other references to sex when they were staying with each other. And and again, these are all different women that she met at different times kind of fell in and out of touch with. But people were not using the same types of words that we're using today to describe their sexuality than so Ginette Rankin was not out here waving a flag but said lesbian, so privately, she was having romantic relationships with women. Do you think that's something voters would have had a problem with if they had known about it? It's definitely something that she was not trying to emphasize. I mean, she wasn't bringing the women that she was seeing along with her on the campaign trail all the time, and actually her brother Wellington who managed and funded her whole campaign. He was kind of the political strategist behind her encouraged her, not to bring her Greenwich Village friends out too. Montana. However, there are examples of other women who were more open about their partnerships at the time, and they managed to keep living their day-to-day lives. Jane Addams won several presidents of prominent female colleges at the time and over the course of her life tonight. Rankin wasn't in hiding about this, but she was also strategic. She was private. She was strategic about how much she told to the public. Right. So you mentioned in your story that in some places she used racist rhetoric when she was campaigning for the right to vote. Could you say more about that? Right. I mean, Rankin is not a Saint in that regard at all. She was very, very politically strategic. So she was campaigning for suffrage around the country and no matter where she went. She tailored her argument what the politics of that state were at the time. And so when she was campaigning in conservative areas, a lot of the pushback from white male politicians was to say, well, if we give women the vote. Then black women or women of color will overpower us at the polls. And she's on record saying you've successfully kept black men away from the polls for decades. Don't act like this is impossible for you to configure like it's the argument doesn't and there why couldn't you do the same for black women? It's such a terrible thing to read now and she is a more complicated person than those statements. I mean, she was progressive on a lot of other fronts and later in her life, the other examples of her being an advocate for people of color. But in those moments, she was arguing for something very strategic that eventually would help black women and would help women of color, but she was willing to compromise them in those in those moments. Interesting. That's been a lot of history consistently. Yeah, was let's do a little fascinating to this moment. We have Kathleen Williams who's running for congress in Montana right now. Now she is not queer, correct. She's not queer, but it's interesting how so because there have been other queer women who have ran for the seat and they've not been elected, and their gayness has been a major part in Montana's a much more conservative place than it was in some ways when Rankin was running. But Kathleen Williams is straight and because she's straight, she can identify more with a male voters in certain ways and not be construed as threat. So for example, she's a hunter, she is a Fisher. She owns guns, she can present herself as kind of a more masculine appealing person, but she's not gay as opposed to Denise Juneau. For example, who ran in two thousand sixteen who is gay is also native American. And both of those factors together were two things that made her to progressive too radical for a lot of white male voters, Montana to support. Oh, come on, Montana, do better. That's that's what came out in my reporting. And in my experience living there. I mean, you can have a lot of conversations with people about different political ideas and different things that matter to them. But at the end of the day, sexual orientation and race are still really major factors for white male voters, straight male voters in Montana. I talked to one guy who was a sixty year old cattle rancher from Manhattan, Montana population, fifteen hundred, very small. And when I met him, he identified as somebody in the political middle. He was didn't identify as conservative or liberal, but he votes for Republicans more consistently. And he said, well, I would be open to voting for a woman as long as she really represented mean represented my values and she would have to be like from Montana. There's like this whole thing about people coming in from out of state who are aren't real Montana. So I asked about Denise Juneau whose native American and said, what about Denise Juneau? Did you feel like she could represent you? And he kind of hedged around it for a little bit and said, no, she's too out there for me. She's a little too to progressive. And I said, did you know that she's gay? And he said, I did know that that's not a great thing for me. And I said, why not? And he said, I just don't feel that it's right, and that doesn't mean that I don't respect her as a person, but I wouldn't vote for a politician like that. And it was this moment of clarity for me that there are still those very firm opinions that make sexual orientation, a massive part of somebody's identity in a way that is threatening or alienating to a lot of people. So could Janette rank and be elected today. I think the general consensus on that is no one, because if she was living the life that she was living than today, every. Would know about it. All the receipts would be on Twitter. And there would be a lot of pushback against the idea that not only she lesbian, but she's a permissible lesbian doesn't have a stable partner on top of just the general idea that she was really progressive person for her time. I mean, she was pushing back against a big corporations, Montana mining interests. She was a huge advocate for labor unions. She was a pacifist. She voted against World War One and World War Two. I mean, all of these things put her like to the left of Bernie Sanders plus being gay. So I mean, or what we would now today consider gay. So I would find that very hard to believe that she could be elected Montana today. Well, Mara, thank you so much for coming in to talk to us. Thank you. Thank you going back to Montana anytime soon. I think in December, I think I'm gonna find a cabin in the woods cold. Yes, but with a fire, not so bad. Mars silvers a reporter in WNYC's newsroom. 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Steve King, Valerie Plame, and the other candidates who lost on primary night

Meet the Press: The Lid

04:06 min | 1 year ago

Steve King, Valerie Plame, and the other candidates who lost on primary night

"Welcome to the lead from meet the press I'm Kerry Dan. We may still be living through a dangerous pandemic, a lurching economy and historic civil unrest, but life in its own strange way is still marching on which included primaries yesterday in eight states, and right here where I am in Washington DC. So, what do we learn? If there is one result you've heard about. It might be Steve King's loss to a Republican primary challenger in his western Iowa district. You may have heard about it because a lot of people here in DC and beyond. We're happy to hear about it. Including some of his fellow Republicans King was well known for his statements questioning why white nationalism was offensive and describing undocumented immigrants brought to the US as kids as drug mules with quote, cavs, the size of cantaloupes, all of that made Steve King a pretty lonely guy, especially after his own party kicked him off of influential House committees. He got beat decisively last night by Randy stir. Republican, who steered away from talking too much about all that race stuff, but one instead by accusing king, being ineffective, because essentially been ostracized within the GOP. What else did we learn last nine? Well, also in Iowa Democrats, nominated their candidate to run against. Republican Senator Johnny. That candidate's name is Theresa Greenfield and there had been a little bit of hand-wringing recent days about whether she would hit the thirty five percent needed to avoid a convention fight, but turns out she did that handily in Montana both parties pick their nominees for governor. The Democrat will be Lieutenant Governor Mike Cooney and the Republican will be Greg Gianforte if that name rings a bell it's. It's because in twenty seventeen. He was involved in a high profile controversy when he was charged with assaulting a reporter shortly before he won election to Congress, there were also primaries for competitive seats in New Mexico last night and one candidate. You may have heard of is Valerie Plame best known for having her cover as a CIA officer blown in what became a major Bush administration scandal. Plame ran as a Democrat in one of those congressional primaries butts. She will not be the nominee. She lost to Terresa Ledger. Fernandez who was backed by major democratic groups, and we'll go on to the general election in the fall. And finally if you're a true politics nerd, you may be wondering. Hey, is Joe Biden, technically the official official official Democratic nominee a-, because as you may recall, you have to win a certain number of delegates to get there, and even though he has no official competitors left in the Democratic primary states are still voting, and the answer is no. He's not, but he soon we'll be. Biden's currently one thousand, nine hundred and forty delegates to the convention, which is just short of the magic number, which is nineteen ninety one. Which means this next week, but will probably make it official. That's a for us. You'd like to hear more of this free audio briefing. You can always download us on your favorite podcast APP. Hey. It's Chris as this week. podcast wise is happening. I'll be talking with Jesse Wegmann about his new book about the Electoral College and its flaws called. Let the people pick the president. Wouldn't you think that a sixty to forty split in the popular vote would lead to a six four allocation of electors so just to be clear, the constitution says nothing. IT IS A. A essentially a blank check to do whatever they want. In allocating their electors, the state lawmakers can give the electors out themselves. They don't have to hold a popular vote. You have no right to vote for president in the Constitution. There's no constitutional right for you or I to vote for president. There isn't even a constitutional right for us to vote for electors that's. On wise is happening, surfer wise is happening wherever you're listening right now and subscribed.

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As U.S. passes 11 million coronavirus cases, Republicans claim mandate to oppose restrictions

The Daily 202's Big Idea

14:07 min | 6 months ago

As U.S. passes 11 million coronavirus cases, Republicans claim mandate to oppose restrictions

"Good morning. I'm james home and from the washington post and this is the daily two. Oh two for monday. November sixteen in today's police arrested twenty one people amid violent clashes in dc between trump supporters and opponents president trump's maximum pressure campaign against iran is failing and come harris's allies. Wonder will she have real clout. But i first the big idea. The united states past eleven million confirmed coronavirus cases on sunday. Just one week after the country hit ten million cases. It's a testament to just how rapidly this virus is spreading. The first million cases took more than three months. This new wave is increased covid hospitalization past the peaks seen earlier in april. And then july michigan governor gretchen whitmer on sunday and sweeping new limits on gatherings for three weeks including a ban on indoor dining at restaurants and bars and halt to in person classes at high schools in colleges washington governor. Jay inslee also laid out a slew of new rules which prohibit indoor social gatherings with people outside one's own household as well as indoor service at restaurants bars and more new mexico and oregon also ordered extensive new statewide shutdowns. Meanwhile trump krona virus adviser scott atlas urged michiganders' on sunday to quote rise up against the new restrictions imposed by the democratic governor atlas later sought to clarify on twitter. That when he said rise up he wasn't talking about violence. It's now been five months. Since president trump attended a coronavirus task force meeting five months as the president golfed on saturday and sunday. The virus killed the parents of raden. Gone a four year old boy in san antonio. He's been taken in by his grandmother. El paso right now is so overwhelmed by cases that inmates are being enlisted to assist the medical examiner with the overflow of corpses at the morgue. The prisoners are being paid two dollars an hour to move bodies. Dc reported another record number of cases on sunday. Tighter restrictions take effect in virginia. This morning some doctors are calling it quits under the stress of the pandemic the times reports this morning that thousands of medical practices have closed in the last six months but in the states where the virus is spiking hardest particularly in the upper midwest. Republicans made gains down ballot in this month's elections often they did so by campaigning against the very tools that scientists say will best help arrest the spread of the virus griff witty reports that victories in state and local races of allowed. Gop leaders to claim a mandate for their let it rip approach to pandemic management a so called herd immunity mentality. They say that there should be personal responsibility. Instead of government intervention as hospitals are overwhelmed and deaths surge. This is a philosophy that public health experts. Say we'll have deadly consequences this winter in iowa cases of grown by nearly a hundred and eighty percent in the last two weeks the average daily death toll is well above. It's springtime peak yet trump. Who held mostly maskless rallies in iowa won the state by a large margin as did joni ernst the incumbent republican senator who has also spoken out against restrictions. Republicans in north dakota were awarded by voters with the party. Managing to deepen its dominance of state government. Even cases surged tenfold in the three months before election. Next door in montana. Voters chose greg gianforte for governor. He was often photographed without a face mask and embraced maskless supporters. While on the trail. Gianforte promised to rollback the state's restrictions in a bid to juice the economy in my home state of minnesota the republican majority leader of the state. Senate polka said last night that he tested positive for covid as democrats called on him to resign for trying to hide a covid outbreak on his side of the aisle after several gop senators and staff tested positive fellow. Republicans were notified about all the new cases but the diagnoses were concealed from democrats who had gathered alongside those same members for a special legislative session. The same senate. Gop keeps having votes to try to overturn the restrictions put in place by the democratic governor. And now this morning. The minneapolis fox affiliate is reporting that days before the outbreak in the gop caucus those same republicans held a large in-person dinner party on november fifth at an event center with more than one hundred attendees selva now have covert and until the press broke. Broke that story. The venue had not been told what happened and that their waiters had been exposed and it should go without saying. It doesn't have to be this way. The rest of the world is taking this more seriously. And they're figuring it out. Well americans contemplate not getting to see our families thanksgiving or christmas. Thousands of electronic music fans in thai juan danced frenetically yesterday to thumping music at a big festival. The island of more than twenty three million has now gone more than two hundred days without reporting a single locally transmitted current virus infection. Making it possible for that crowd to pack the makeshift arena. Like it was two thousand and nineteen. And that's the big idea. Here are three other headlines that should be on your radar as we start the week number one. it was total mayhem here in dc. On saturday night one person was stabbed and four police officers were injured one seriously when a chemical is sprayed into his eye for the better part of the day police managed to keep supporters of trump and his opponents apart save for minor skirmishes during a so-called stop the steel rally tensions grew as the main march moved from freedom plaza outside the supreme court and as the final speeches ended clashes turned into roving street fights around the city that left police struggling to keep up shortly before eight pm members of the extremist group. The proud boys and other diehard trump supporters moved through downtown in the area of wealth f street northwest at the same time. A group of counter protesters moved north on tenth street. The groups met head on at h street near eleven street. Just north of metro center for those dc police in riot gear rush toward the fray but not quickly enough to stave off a brawl involving dozens including the proud boys. That left participants bloodied in one man. Stabbed three times in the back. He's seriously wounded and in the hospital this morning. One of my colleagues a trump supporter yell. I king here to fight just before. The class began dc police chief. Peter newsham said on sunday that people from both sides in from outside the region came into the city intent on clashing and the police were put directly in the middle of it in all the police arrested. Twenty one people including a juvenile on charges that include assault disorderly conduct and inciting violence. Eight firearms were seized and five people were arrested on gun charges including two who were linked to a georgia-based militia group. The chief said that police found three additional firearms and cache of ammunition in a hotel room registered to the to trump who during that first debate in september refused to announce the proud boys and instead urged them to stand back in standby. Relished in the mayhem in one tweet. On sunday trump wrote quote mtpa ran for the hills today when they tried attacking the people at the trump rallies because these people aggressively fought back the lame duck. president also tweeted for dc police to quote. Get going do your job. And don't hold back referring to arresting counter-protestors trump accused dc mayor. Muriel bowser of not doing her job as he shared a video of a man being hit in the face from behind and falling to the pavement bleeding and unconscious but the video that trump shared showed only part of the incident a longer video posted online shows that man a trump supporter pushing a counter demonstrators to the ground stomping on his head and bowling one hand into a fist. Shaking it at people. Police said they arrested four people at that scene including one charged in the assault. The chief said that the incident remains under investigation and that there could soon be charges filed against the man who was hit number two last week as the white house digested news of a defeat at the polls trump administration officials were greeted with reports of more troubling setbacks on two fronts in their long simmering conflict with iran. First game a leaked. Un document showing yet another sharp rise. In iran's stockpile of enriched uranium then satellites tracked iranian or tinker the fourth in recent weeks ceiling toward the persian gulf after delivering iranian petroleum products to venezuela jobe warrick ensued mckenna report that the first item was further proof of iran's progress in amassing. The fissile material used to make nuclear energy and potentially nuclear bombs the second revealed gaping holes and trump strategy for stopping that advance. Over the summer the administration made a big shot season. Cargo from several other tankers at sea in a bid to deter iran from trying to sell its oil abroad yet. Iran's oil trade like its nuclear fuel output is on the rise again. As the trump administration enters its final months. It is imposing a flurry of new sanctions intended to squeeze tehran economically. But by every measure. These efforts are faltering the tankers that arrived in venezuela in recent weeks or part of a flotilla of ships. That's now moving. A million barrels of discounted iranian crude every day too eager customers customers from the middle east to south america and asia including china the volume represents a ten fold increase since the sprint other countries. Many of them scornful of trump's unilateralism on iran are showing increasing reluctance to enforce restrictions even as iran embarks on the new expansion of its uranium stockpile as a result trump. Who pulled out of the iranian. Nuclear deal is going to leave. President elect joe biden with a crisis. That's far worse than when he was elected for years ago. An iranian government blowing pass limits on its nuclear program will washington's diplomatic and economic leverage steadily declines the biden administration is going to try to restore stability not just in the middle east but also inside the pentagon a republican controlled senate will probably result in more centrist nominees for pentagon positions and our missy ryan reports from the pentagon leading the list of possible candidates for secretary of defense is michelle flournoy. Who headed the department's policy shop. Under brock obama others who might be considered for secdef include former homeland. Security secretary jay johnson. Who was the pentagon's top lawyer. Under obama and would become the first african american defense secretary as well as retired admiral mcraven who served as head of us special operations command when we took out osama bin laden and has emerged in recent years as a vocal critic of trump after a life as a republican number. Three we'll black activists remain excited about comal. Harrison's ascent to the vice presidency more and more of them are now worrying that the administration will not deliver much beyond her historic election. Their worries are underlined by ongoing uncertainty. Over what exactly hers is portfolio will be in the biden administration and how much freedom she will have to chart her own course on issues like racial justice and immigration chelsea jeans. And sean sullivan reported biden has not announced a portfolio for harris the way that biden handled the economic stimulus package for obama and harris allies are watching anxiously to see if she will be allowed to choose her top staffers. Or if biden loyalists will be installed to work for so far it's looking like biden is exerting maximum control longtime white house. Watcher said that the most critical question in determining what kind of vice president harris will be as whether she's allowed to assemble her own senior staff during her presidential campaign. Disagreements among harris aids often spilled into public view prompting concerns in the party about her abilities to manage such a team. She's never had a large staff but after dropping out harris slimmed-down operation as she competed to be biden's running mate. One of biden's conditions though for picking her was that he get veto power over staffing choices. Finally let's end on a positive note. Space x on sunday launched four astronauts to the international space station in a spectacular evening. Lift-off the came days. After the company's dragon capsule became the first privately owned and operated spacecraft to be certified for human spaceflight by nasa space x earned that designation and the right to undertake what nasa hopes will become regular missions to the space station and back after completed a test flight of two astronauts earlier this year with the launch. On sunday nasa took another step toward a new era in human spaceflight in which private companies partner with the government to build and design spacecraft and rockets and marked coming of age. Moment for spacex. The california company founded by elon. Musk that was until recently. Viewed as a maverick startup. And that's the daily two. Oh two for monday november sixteenth. Thanks for listening. I'm james elvin stay safe. I'll talk to you tomorrow on cnn. The daily two. Oh two is brought to you. By cleveland clinic and the new podcast carrying for tomorrow. I'm joan london. The host of the series. Please join us. 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Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

5:01:00 hr | 16 hrs ago

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Here's a look at weather from the heartland news weather center. Monday patchy fog and frost early then increasing clouds with a high near sixty one. Monday night mostly cloudy and come with a low around forty one tuesday partly sunny and windy with a high near fifty nine. That's the latest weather. Check out more news and weather on our website at heartland newsfeed dot coms but given his life. Circumstances sources confirmed they were regularly confronted with. Carl's perplexingly gregarious. An affable demeanor. Carl's like really really sucks. But somehow he managed to good morning me every time. I see many quizzes. Big smile on his face on some kind of medication things. You've always been really awful for carl. He's never really been depressed. I mean i make three times as much money as and i'm totally ms rule. Honestly we all thought he would have killed himself by now. But he hasn't off the onion news network. I'm now live from the studios of freedom speaks ernest hancock. Believe me when. I say we have a difficult time ahead of but if we are to be prepared for it we must i shed our fearless standing here without fear because i remember i remember that i am here. Not because of the path that lies before me but because of the path that lies behind me. I remember that one hundred years we have these machines and after a century of i remember that which members move. Let us make them. Remember Oh can you hear me now. Oh it was the wrong one that he turned down holy crap. Hey i'm sorry guys. He's try that again. This is David irvine is on from troon. Scotland we are going to be talking to him with. David was supposed to be in the second hour. Got the wrong. So he's in the first hour paul rosenberg abi in the second hour. We're talking solutions. And there's something wrong with the network. Can you hear it go in and see. Is it one two three four five one. Yeah go check. Yeah i know this net. We're going to change the show format guys. you know. this is what's common. It's going to go to two hours without commercial interruption. Donna three four. Okay got it gone. This is really becoming a thing. Orient the network is supposed to be on today. She had a lawyer thing with the crypto. Sex that's another thing david. you know. This crypto attack. That's coming out of. We had the network the fbi kicked in station. 'cause the guys running it. We're doing some bitcoin. Atm's and doing Crypto currency stuff. In new hampshire. Fbi comes in with ramming vehicles and it in all the wires out of the back of the the Amplifiers and everything. Whatever they had to do. And i'm telling you it's an attack on so well first off so we you know. Make sure we got you there. David say hello to the audience. Introduce yourself even and working on these placing of data. Basically the seems to be a critical thing. Be late dobermans. Government over there was no need for animals and the violent. Vesey's over your data your voice your macy's to other people is is like fundamental human rain and this is not even be a seeking privacy just seeking reality and the reality is that you to be dissolving ever since kidman and he in communicating. We didn't have. He's in the middle. That's was yeah. We're trying to get more volume matters. You david. I need you to yell into the microphone. I knew that was going to be a thing. What is what do you want more. I need i need volume man. You know we're Who's a little better. you know it. i just hate this. We're gonna yeah. We're reaching changing the format of the show. And guys i apologize. But we're going to go ahead and we're going to start doing pre recorded and then podcast out to the network and we'll do it without commercial in the b. two hours and we're setting up now because it's just you know with the primaries of the network getting sitting in jail it doesn't help you know and it's been an attack this is this is coming heavy. Let me tell you made safest made safe. Was the promise what david is trying to explain their if you could hear him is that we are in a situation to where the anonymity of your digital idea of people that can freely express themselves and communicate with each other without permission slip from the man and the big promise of that was made safe years ago where david had already been working on this before bitcoin before and nobody understood what he was talking about. And we crypto currencies came out and blockchain technology. And they go. Oh you mean like that. So when he did a fundraiser. We met at a new york. Bitcoin conference in god. Thirteen or something. I mean it was a while ago and we had talked before that. And i went to you know Meet them there. Because he was coming in from scotland. He wasn't even on the schedule but he when he got added at the very very very last indian extra time after show of the day. It was packed standing ovation. Everybody wanted to see him. Every news outlet business outlet everything bloomberg forbes. All dent got talk to david because they knew that he represented what was coming. Well we were part of and promoted the fundraiser. And they're launching the crypto. And when they did it. It sold out like five hours while i was still in plain from panama and i told dad said look man. I'm afraid to get on plane. Oh take three months. They'll sell different state. I go no. I don't think it's going to go away. you think. Well it didn't beppu five hours. It was done and i'm going. Yeah now you feel me. And had it sent a signal to the rest of the planet to that. Decentralization of communication and currencies. Was off thang. It was supported and they then those and the man did not like it. So i'm as time has gone on. During the last explosion crypto. He went from like well. No nothing to all of a sudden. A dollar twenty five Made a made. Ma i d you look at upper made safe. You see the currency. And he's down to like seventy four cents now now. This means i. I did okay. I'm doing okay. But i don't even look at it. I got it in a while sitting over in the safe of care. Because i see made safe coin as a future. This is a big thing. We check in with david on regular basis to see where they are. Now we're going to go into break here in you know about a minute or so david and then we'll see what we can do the amplify do but i want to make sure we'll i'm sorry. Okay we'll work on it. But i want you to go ahead. I want you to know that we've been paying attention to the space as you defined it when you first came in what we were going. Yep what what. David says now david comes back. You're gonna talk about their progress. How created development cells around the world and what they've been doing and how far they've gotten and how close we are to redraw because it's gonna get bad. It's going to get really bad going to get gettysburg bad. We'll talk about that tomorrow. 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It did crypto came. And they're all like that so go ahead. Tell us the story man. Go study to a typical engineering. Thank engineering being. What's next problem is about like physics. Resolve the problem and working jitters and networking through the ninety s. It was quite clear that one of the problems was complexity complexity of saint observers both connect to the companies to talk to each other and whatnot and it didn't make sense it just made no sense whatsoever so we started looking into two thousand and two thousand eighteen fighting. Why did we lose. Data buyer ones being hacked fight. All this stuff happening and obviously we all from two thousand and your own onwards that's just dramatically worse and companies seeding the they say observers on other people's behalf and steal all that information take hold of data a track. You analyze. what you're doing change. The waiting he think so. This is obviously incorrect. And it's not because the companies have it's not a that variety companies there's manipulation a huge corporate level in government level but that's a byproduct of doing something completely and utterly wrong so when we looked bike and the the story started when i was ceiling on a your i took a couple of years ago to try and work. Why fi his mind kane done this. We've done this silly thing of giving up control of our deepest thoughts and and data communications find quite us. Happening and for many years was trying to tell people. This is a cd. His problem that were sleepwalking. Into and no. A twinkie twinkie warden. Were almost looking by saying. This is a huge problem. The reason we thank you can't saw olders ultimately go by to the fundamentals. The internet starting people had computers. They connected to their intimate and rather than letting those computers to each other corporates. Cayman a Engineering and created samples which were computers. That ever be connected to to connect to someone else so essential of control a mind mental of every bit of communication. You have with every other person on the planet doesn't make sense so made safe came along and the idea is very simple it was. We don't need servers. We don't need government control. We don't need centers if you take the unused resources on everybody's computer and we buy knows as it was before even mobile phones which have become a big thing changes things lately but everybody had the computer. The spare capacity on all of the computers. And everyone's desk was fair hundred teams larger than the lights of your goal. Anura amazon these tapes company so we as a species already had all this beer capacity to store of the allstate and to do in such a way. We're all the all that you have to do is really come up with a network that says all of these computers will connect to all these other computers in a secure we and the low store low of data on every other computer. The computer may work knows where the has cubans dole. And when you log into your computer you want to look at your photos those all come back to your computer of the globe. Victory whichever computer the food alternate your computer just late lots of bacteria and things and it makes a lot more sayings and then you actually don't need to store your own data on your own computer. Never it starts to make even more saints because my firm belief is if you've got and you show them cheer on a computer of the favorite dog for instance a niekro floor to another computer. They want in hawaii vice. I don't know another computer is buys us thing different way of these different keyboards should an information or an alien species. Looking from saying is fantastic. Look all these people. Look at center thing. All the computers are connected together. They must be able to communicate very feely openly and be able to envy and in veins. And come with you can we. She's it almost acting like a single organism. The poorer the they will be able to progress. The society of must be an sade. And then we'll go deeper newsday. Hi mona sekine. What's google what's what's the government puts firewalls puts all these things while they done what he did. All connected to the network and specifically not connected to each other. They have asked asked other people jello then to connect to each other. They're asking other people. Can i please have access to my data. As after all these other people the corporates governments may see new and information as power and we all know that data is much more valuable than any money or any goal. Data is the thing that you need is a species minute given a caveman hundred dollar bill on a block of gold or give them the knowledge too a fire and what makes us go forward. The bloke of gold. It's not the money as knowledge so knowledge is extremely important and so the meets eight philosophy. It's not relate to and you see some other projects Compete with amazon. Aws or we're going to compete with. Inmates say philosophy as we shouldn't compete with any other In between people's data we should make them immediately of that's been stopped off and we did some triads so having know i was wondering how closure one we're going into the break and yell at me when people talk over the music so you know when we come back i wonder how did you even know what's your skillset. How much were you in computers. You know what what's your. It background back in the nineties and so on realize that this is where we're going and it needed. We're gonna find out david irvine. We come back in a little. How many lawyers does it take to change a lightbulb. None that rather keep their clients in the dark. There are too many lawyer jokes to count however there are some lawyers with more noble attentions at the institute for justice we bring the light to our clients. 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So i'm quite quite happy with a hammer or vannier gauge away with their plumbing. All that sort of stuff. They ended electrical electronic engineering. They moved on with. Orange is a graduate engineer. Walking flaming quickly became their so networking communications go-to person and went through the whole graduate thing. What for a law of olov eighty lobs companies through on italy win over to saudi arabia. They were they were building. The team was the world's largest network. A was seven different. Campuses make to be two thousand kilometers of single board fiber cable and then they had to get us network design and that was my job. It was designing the world's the world's largest private network that and then came home after a few years and wii wii is only launch. Companies are able to get us to schedule by a small companies. These these smaller companies need they need to be able to communicate going into me and whatnot so ended up working for quite a few small companies and failing till was a corporate thing again until realizing the the problem was in the day network. It shouldn't be that difficult. it should be plugged. The thing in your canadians intimate speak at that point. I ended up designing an all of one's ever cold evokes a the you just plugged in and it worked hides things like google docs on put. That was ready to the mid nineties and couldn't couldn't be funding to take any further but that was a simple every company can just plug this folks and and tonight and have the website hovered entering holik also lane. Dana lutes thought quietly. These things fight. we need. Put backups on the mind with just back up each other and not save me. Donut award thinking. There's a real problem here. The view that even problem is basically computers to each other. So i i looked at eighty eight and a whole bunch of them to try and get investment at the uk to get investment integrate patents to give some proof that you're nor a crazy nikki. Bella we speaking about and then ended up by two thousand and four thousand and five developing the whole made safe concept mid safe really. It's a plea on a technical term breeds and made safe means massive early of intimate desks secure access but everyone educate access but everyone is interesting because time also ruled the a security portal for the european union medical association so that thirteen member countries of the european union in the thousands the high to securely transmit documents draped them designed system full so make save basically as massively of antony asks secure access for everyone and really the whole concept is and i think i don't come from a great myself no as a computer scientist but as an engineer so a typical day for being yankee. Bewail doing something. In the morning tainted cheap working on robot thing looking actual intelligence of her do you transition to actual into elegance ninty. Nine percent metairie is currently get. Let's get. let's meet safe network. I enter the wailed and that that's we're doing at the moment and one of the reasons a one team today with a network. Clay vessels obviously to feed people. Feed data by comes along. And actually intelligence comes along with continue slamming. Not not just no. Can you drive a car. Can you get a cat's picture. Recognize those diligence. Those advance machines intelligent machines but when we get intelligence that the ability for them those kinds of things to communicate incorporate over a secure network is going to be able and the ability for everyone to access. The diligence is available. So i come. From a very much engineering involved. In computers get involved in networking vega level where susko wail flee in all these companies. Were after me. Feel came back to scotland and worked toward meets asians or the things wrong. The whole thing stinks. It's all salute towards the corporates that the ultimate small company and ordinary people are excluded from this whole thing. And that's actually. What was the drive to get mainstay for running. So there's about actor dog of networking at play mildly engineering in the hallway. Coins active real engine. Eating think he's lost that teams. It's a complexity is actually. The opposite is about simplicity similar. I spoke to you. Here's what drives the design these things in nature. Those drives the design. And it's looking at. I've spoken to many teams and an colony. Each and full is very simple rules and they make sophistication of late done for one hundred and fifty million years. The projects talking about pulling your meal expires to some calculus tape saying nature doesn't work lent nonsense if you really wanted to do this and you want to do it right. You've got to make simple and it's going to be so simple that it works the other the other thing the also critical when you're designing something -ly de save allies network may work for the people as you cannot unnecessary computer scientists in something engineers. I get defeated on. You can control the all that you can do. React to the world so you cannot say you can only update this document. And then this next argument and then this next document and you've got to be able to see people trying out the oil. Things seem tame some computers fast. So we'll be slow so make no of data for seconding leader and so it's a bentley noodle. Science with intelligence invoke people have stopped discovers. The brain is not a very complex. Machine does amazingly complex things. Can you break it down into the court to columns for instance each nude on its blog rita over the output of the most nine. Just go man gotta clean now. I got a bunch of questions. We're gonna fire. 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The revolution between the years has already happened. This is the liberty radio network broadcasting the latest liberty oriented audio content. Twenty four hours a day at l. dot fm freedom is the answer. What's the question what listening to ernest walk covered and expose now david irvine gave me was the genesis of hope for the planet. It was unlike why the hell are bom. David came he goes. Yeah we can do that do it like this. There's this this boom now. the thing was is fastened. File coined has the same problem. I'm sure that made safe. Does its gaming the system because the incentives were that you earn cryptocurrency for the storage of data and its dissemination but that can be gained just like they do google ad words or something. They'll just have robots clicking and you get paid or whatever the hell and i'm going yeah whatever. So what you're saying is is that i can store the data make it available and go. Yeah but you won't get paid. I go you know how much i pay for that ability i go. I don't know what the hell you guys are talking about. Let's do it not later. So i'm going all right now. I got a bunch of questions. I go to david. I'm going all right. The capability of storing data and making it available to everyone can or. You can't do it yet if you can. What makes it different from my pf s. And why should i be using you. And i'm going to buy a crapload more of made point. you know. i mean your pimp me man. Tell me what's up. We're coming from is not just a storage f you if you say well we're going storage network. You can do it very easily. We back toward that years ago. So it's easy storage network appropriate during his. were saying. it's not good enough. You have to replace the whole thing the whole internet. So that means that you've got to have the ability to know only store data but the ability to and and retain manipulate data. So you have your facebook and twitter over raised over running on that same network to do that. People were using spare capacity for for people's computers so when people give our capacity and other people's stuff speen stores all over the place they gotta war of some of talk and i was always designing and without token you can pay store more data yourself and say the network yourself then. Beco- incommoded condensate. Look what the stuff works. And he said we already had to concede design in two thousand and seven and a lot. We pull in canada and he. He was a fantastic passing so that the whole currency thanking a canine. Bitcoin was great in some ways and the whole cryptocurrency thing was biden other ways for us because then everyone all you can do with us and get money into that. Get money a we. We have all the time these. It's not a money as a vote. Data as information the money as exactly as money was originally envisaged in the network as just a crime. Spate of resources is a way to say. You've done something for the network. There's a thing the network will do something for you and that whole point of doing that is to make sure that people are keeping the computers online a rewarding for keeping online and not works that works really well a to use a cutting. Sit here so that you can be sure bechtol of some of these networks. We're folks computer off. And then all of a sudden if i use the year or maybe combined maybe it wouldn't proposition vega much different from your replacing wool. Internet data high state normally stored. It has to be guaranteed vitucci visible alternator as to beat achievable and it has to be a pd of infinity. So we can never ever seen data's valuable. I'm not landrace. He didn't your projects while others will see. Okay you can store your stuff year for for someone for however much data as the made safe approaches. That data is the most valuable thing that humanity goal. so we've all sorted forty forever. Now how does that happen you know. We got pin different nodes raspberry pi pirate boxing. We're doing and so on and we can have participants will pin the files air so it's always there is Seed point or a point of permanent data and then it can be replicated. That's why it goes faster and more people use that kind of thing. How is made safe making the data. Once i loaded it's there forever and always. How does that work. you don't need it. That's the deficits every single piece of data. Going onto made safe network exists for as long as the network exists in both any future network so the dates of what we're saying is you don't need to do anything else when your data was on the network it's there forever account behind the can be manipulated would get this. Dis can can affect young go. The whole point is the data is can so you shouldn't have to lick create some. You wouldn't say to make sure that it will engage. This story on on is what you want. The whole point has every single person on the planet can access us data free of jobs that's secure access for everyone that has fatal to his. And secondly when you do store. Dates on the network at has to be guaranteed. You don't need to jump through hoops you to introduce some constraints somersaults. And thirdly the can be no human intervention in law protects while those as oh you can run a ball. Ta and you can say too much or josh people to store your data old no way that is exactly the roads. Now that's exactly the stupidity tape. The goal is to people controlling access. And you safe network. It's not possible to control access. It's not possible to defuse to store some stuff and she didn't even know what as so the whole point. The made safe workers as you're going to democratize data halfway would take half major thorndale for it can also store on a machine or a tape drive for later. Do it properly and to do that properly as a significant thing. But it's a good thing about being squatty. Should one way of jordan by any other people neighbors but get this ability to take on any challenge and the challenge made safe is a considerable one and here we are today. We'll probably onto terms of or gay escalate of treatments. But if you don't make them reality they're pretty much useless so what we've done in. The last twelve months is being transformational twelve to eighteen months ago. We had some office. People weren't to his office. I wasn't one of them a and no working on launching us network and we call everything by. We cut the team. Don't thought of this is. We gave them a deal a week. So that the work the workplace days per week the entity that increased to prepare some by forty percent. I didn't this last twelve to eighteen months. That's team the law. Law them from the community along there. No because based engineers. What of the best ever you know all this stuff that people ate at a team that's team at a bunch of the community a low of them have invested in the company and they want to meet the vision like thirty seconds before the music starts how closer we to in a major announcement or usage or that we can do it point so the increase in velocity the team. How for instance we that years ago and then eighteen months later. Another one happened was bitsy a forty years before another one happened after that this team the way the working at the moment we data tests six weeks ago the veterans the detained between states are aiding days. Once you you're gonna go weeks go back and forth that made safe is doing. I won't get there. Where do they go to get more information. Dave it's the bill. Take them door forum dot org tech dot org up and like i wanna rock and roll get stuff done david vine mainstay dot net. Why did you move to the shire. I moved here to the shire. 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Rnc's always a good time. Is the onion news network. Starting now live from the studios of freedom speeding ernest hancock. Believe me when. I say we have a difficult time ahead of us but if we are to be prepared for it we must i shed our fear of it here without fear because i remember i remember that i am here. Not because of the path that lies before me but because of the path that lies behind me. I remember the one hundred years we have caught these machines and after century i remember that which matters still make them remember burglar gettysburg pennsylvania. We're going to learn about what real civil war in civil war. A lot of people you know. Tell my kids grandkids. I go you know. More americans died. More soldiers died during the civil war than all the other wars america has been in combined. It's just it was a slaughter salata. Disney slaughter brother on brother. I mean it was. You know so. We're going to go there and south new get perspective of but that's what we're going to be titled trying. It's trying to avoid that if we can. Who's going to happen. Who's gonna preparing our neighbors. Our friends and neighbors freeman's perspective parallel society. We have it in our power to begin the world over again. now you go to freeman's perspective dot com and you can see where you can sign up for the newsletter and such for paul rosenberg. I got paul along. Good morning. Paul how are you this is. This was probably of all the articles i've written. It's always great to read your stuff you know but as far as it all coming together and it's timely and it's now and the importance of it not later and damage you better get on it and read it this. This article was it you know. It's it's preparing our ear. Commodore i have to convince you. A what's coming Maybe not so we gotta get ready for it and they. They are tearing things down and at this point. The odds of the damage being repaired are approaching zero. They are tearing things down and the odds of it. Being repaired is approaching zero. You tell us all about what you mean in the first paragraph with that sentence yeah with all of the insane restrictions on people over the kobe thing Quarantining the healthy turning the world into you know a kind of Just a mess. A fierce storm just Trying to create this massive culture of of fear it's it's just a disaster in they. Are they have economic problems. They're creating more economic problems in the bosses. Certainly the bosses of europe and certainly a lot of the bosses united states stand that their system cannot stand the way it is otherwise they would need their great reset So they're the thing is burning. Down of the question is how many people can accept that fact. You see you know. We'd been trained all of our lives to accept abuse from hierarchy into call it necessary and if we change our mind that we have to accept the fact that we've made a mistake will make all sorts of justifications for their previous choices. Rather just saying well. I made a mistake. Let's move on. This thing is a disaster These people are not our friends. They are not going to help us. They are going to use us in every way they can. And that's what it is. We have to stop calling it okay. Because it isn't once you get to that point then you've got options it's when you're stuck in the middle and still think that maybe of an escape by by keeping the rules and that somehow it must still be some you know a element of essential goodness in the system because democracy is long as do that. You have to get past it as long as you don't. You're you're kind of sucked in there and they're just gonna keep you know feeding on you. You know i gotta. I gotta get it. Gross guy great story. That goes right to what you're talking about it. Yesterday i needed to replace a monitor. I replaced the monitor. It's a bigger one here in the living room area of the boss so one broke. I go get another one. You know i it has to. Have you know sixteen millimeter on the mount bolt set. It didn't come with. And where do i go so the first thing i do is one thing when you set up know. Tv's now got forbid they're smart. Tv's anal probe of a sample of okay. I get it you know and it just suck and everything. That's one thing. I'm going to get away from that. The other thing was. I needed a little amount. So what do i do. I go walmart. Harbor free to big box net. I make a point of fine miyahara local hardware store out here in rural pennsylvania. There's gotta be one somewhere. There's one about fifteen twenty minutes away. And i go okay in a little town and nothing you know. Pennsylvania and i go all right. Well i'll just take the jeep. Go out there and get it. I go to this. I go through farmland farm. Farm oceans of fields of green of farm everywhere has hardware and grocery. I'm going yeah. I bet i probably don't have a real good selection of either. But you know i'll go with their sure not no hardware store. He's got all the little bolts our nato minding goes. Yep you need a six millimeter shorts. Kinda that's in there and let me find next my hough there. It is okay here you go. Problem solved chatham up. Nobody went in with masks. They still got the big pennsylvania's all messed up until whenever and he don't care customers come in out he's got food back there. It's got a little deli thing. And so on. And he said this in my area where fifteen hardware stores. I consider competition around this. You know rule area of our many miles away all of them but me and one other survived and the only reason i survived was because i had groceries because if i didn't have that and opened up to the community and do you know i wouldn't have made it either. And he goes mom. Pa is going out. He goes to all the big box he goes to large suppliers are different thing like everybody wants a miracle. Gro scott's or whatever they won't sell to me i- distributors won't allow me to get it. You only can get it if you go to lows or the big box stores so you are denied. you'll even selling the product and you can't buy at scale. They beat out by cost. And we reason these small mom and pause survivors. They got some diversity or their. You know a long ways away from big box or whatever and he goes. this is been a devastating impact. She goes. I probably did okay but everybody else got the crap. Beat out of him and the mom. Pau middle-class shopowners small restaurants are done and they did this with the cooperation from large chains of restaurants. All will comply. We'll shut down. We'll comply will comply because then we won't have competition later. Pinky swear this is happening now and i. they're going through another wave. They'll be neil third way. This whole thing is not about healthier your safety. It's about elimination of competition control and eliminating the middle class business owners. What say you. Oh you're absolutely correct This is a disaster and it's being run from the large everything. Large everything up in a hierarchy is doing this because well that's what they have to do There they are their system his tweet to the nines and if anything doesn't go if they can't capture everything then they're going to and so they're going after they wanna drive out all the small guys all the little guys hierarchical model of the world where they control everything to. Here's their new work. The stakeholders you've heard that the stakeholders you and me. Stakeholder is you know con- huge go. You know it's it's the giant companies there the stakeholders and they're the ones that that they want to have matter and the little guy hardware store has just getting kicked in the teeth of jenn in again by con huge go. We'll be right back. Paul rosenberg played in it to us. God i know what's the solution. He's got a fake giant newsletter. On solutions be right back. Freeman respected dot com from the third letter of captain. Mark the crown's observation conditions us to be dishonest with ourselves. Therefore constant surveillance produces a society of constant deception. Honest communication is the seed of civilized conduct to deny us the seed to deny us. It's fruits but the crowns. Primary objective is to stifle rethought itself to make it. Subjects incapable of dissent season pirates have always encrypted messages and codes and ciphers to intercept transmissions. Were incomprehensible but today. 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A good you know and this you know it's the west has been pulling apart into two distinct classes and you know it's the managers and the manager. I want you to talk about that. I want to share something. I somehow i got on watching whatever i clicked in. God forbid you click a youtube that whatever and then you get it all but it was a woman named yoni park. And she's a north korean defector civil rights activist of young attractive girl in new york city. Telling you what's up with kin young wound and kind of given the revolution be deny and all this other stuff. And she's describing north korean life and then she saw hunger games and she goes holy crap. That's it that's what we've been living on you have on yang. You know the capital city. Its capital city and then everybody else just serve that under fear and threatened death and damnation and you have to classes the ones up top not up. Top and cheese into description and graphics in north korea is where we're heading and i'm going why would they pick what it's a sickness. These people are not right in the head and the solution is what describe. You know the west. This road okay. Well the west is going down this road because we people have empowered sociopaths and narcissist and all of the worst people when you create a small class they gets to rule over everyone else that they make the rules that everyone has to keep if they don't them they get punished with violence. If they tell you to give them half your money every year and people just lineup give it. What kind of people you think you're gonna get at the top of this. Then this is what happens always and forever and the really dangerous part is when they get an ideology that makes 'obedient seem like it's you know divinely inspired and you are being the you're serving the greater good 'cause whatever by just doing whatever hierarchy tells you to do and they fit into this and this is where it leads when they say train more trained marxist got training. I got my little red book my hip pocket and train. What is that. what what what training. When i don't even understand what they're cajoling these young people with oh well. They're long conversation. Earning what they're essentially training them is is how to make a normal Well-meaning people into tools into just little obedient qods in their machine. An all of the things that are going on now. The the woke ma The the their rage. That circulates on facebook and twitter all of these things. This is what they're trained to do. Well that's training to do nothing axiomatic. Not the motivation. That's not the reason. I'm wondering what the instead to bring about I get seventy seventy two virgins or something. I mean what what is. The purpose is the overall motivation for them to use people as tools for that. I mean there's gotta be a reason. Oh sure the nets power. They want power over this. They did people obeying they dig. People doing things that are contrary to nature because they trick them into doing it if you ever get on the inside with a with a couple of sociopaths at real sociopath and and gets and talking to them where they open up this is this is not easy to do. where you get them to open up. They despise normal people. They think they're the stupidest idiots in the world. They're they're just. They're just born to be abused and did they don't feel you know you love your children. You love your grandchildren do get You feel very good by doing doing well for them or for your friend. They don't have that the same way we do they. They're missing brent's and but they do get a real charge over using people because they're the powerful ones in the people who get abused the suckers they're four soccer's and you. You're getting ruled by us. 'cause you let us rule you. Oh yeah and and even even deeper than this is this is where the marxist come in we can make you think and believe anything we want because we're superior and europe show and that's that's the real that's the crack cocaine part is they can make you make you love big brother So that's what that's what they're doing. A lot of these people are doing. And you look at facebook and twitter and google to absolutely abominable but you look at facebook and twitter. These are the greatest tools for that sort of thing they've ever been developed you know. They got rid of it now. News paul repeating. What did you miss. Where did i break off now on. Facebook and twitter abusing going after you said google too but facebook and twitter especially because why. Because they've got they've got billions of minds when you are on facebook when you are on twitter. They're feeding you a custom environment you know. It's not just customized they add. They're giving you everything custom and they're seeing how interact with it. That's what they do. Desktop how they generate hundreds of billions of dollars in revenue from quote unquote. free accounts. Give give you an example last night. I'm watching A chinese girl building bamboo mansion in the jungle of. Watch me brain dead. You know for twenty minutes doing something right. So i'm watching. That and i need to go to the bathroom. So i you know. Hit the pause button. You know during the ad. I come back and i pushed The select button instead of the play button or something and it comes up with a youtube things saying okay. Why is this ad here. You know one well as because you know watch something else for your age or your demographic or whatever and it was some movie about the beginning of the palestinian and israeli negotiation of right. So i'm sitting there and going you know these. Ads are not just universal to any particular thing you're watching their tailored to you know some people watching the same stuff. Don't get the same. And what are they doing. Manipulation ended up making you think about and do this is enormously powerful and just the ads that you that you skip. I mean the first five seconds. You get brainwashed. So i mean what what are we to do. Turn off everything you know. Namur dot alternative. Facebook turnoff twitter turnoff. Google do not use google. These they have they have acres of computers dedicated to to getting just essentially stealing your soul to getting rid. Google has a bit of this. You know they they they they plan for how to manipulate you get. You can make you do what they want. This is not a secret. The problem is it's not at all on the did not. He could do that when we come back. You're on declare. Your independence may earn his tan. Kok three man's the net remand perspective dot com. No pull it up. you're going to feed it. I'm is nine right back freetalklive. I can understand why some people would look at what the the mainstream environmental movement says and does and advocates and come to the conclusion that while some of these people seem to want humans to go back into caves if they do. But that's not to say that just because the most vocal environmental activists out there. Socialist nut jobs are are that way means that we should just forget about taking care of the environment who wants who wants any of that stuff. One is is market based solutions that don't involve threatening violence against people and that's what the government solution always is. 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What what's common you frequent survive and certainly thrive as time goes on because polls not about surviving. It's writing this is going to finish up on the abandonment of central control grid inside freaking skull you know held onto by then those finish up on that we all. Yeah just just we have to get just believe them stop. Doing it stopped going because they will drain you every time you go. That's what their machines had been trained to do. It's not people doing it. It's machines You know facebook ran experiments almost ten years ago on how to do. The senate work in. Google has admitted of something called the selfish sludge. Look into these things. They've got the they worked there being used against you you're Stop stepping into their tramp jet out of it so once we do that then we then we got then we. We're good again Will really go forward with us with our friends and family for get the larger society. This is what happens. When they're breakdowns. Of whatever sort of historical sort of breakdowns. Everybody returns to the family because when things go back who really turn to to your family. Your friends and neighbors. I mean even. I make the joke. But you know you're eighty at brother-in-law's Pity and everybody's got somebody their family but that guy will probably show up to pick you up the side to side. I'm forsaken road. If if your car breaks now yeah. This is one thing that was going on. You know like. I'll say his name but his initials or stephan. No you know about how divorce your parents and divorced in. Leave your family family with all this cult of whatever the hell that freaking rewarded like you wouldn't believe and no wonder these guys go up anybody's saying to do that and abandoned your community for the collective community of the right. You know handkerchief wearing whatever the hell man that's going down the dark side. It's it's the sake that they need people to be atomised to be dependent upon only the hierarchy view the core the growth. Call whatever they want you to be atomised and it you know is just. It's the way today. Well go ahead and talk about the you know we were in the break we were talking about. You know we must help our friends and neighbors pass out the Pass out of the system quickly and with as little pain as possible and we do this best by showing them a benevolent and humane alternative. Following are several practical ideas on how to do this one. Help our friends and neighbors you know. Pass out of the system quickly. What system and why quickly and then get into the ideas. Yeah the system is just the general of approved Do what hierarchy tells you to do and be thankful and you know kiss. The hand beats you. We want them to get out of that with a minimum level of pain because what people are trying to obey that and usually only get out when they get kicked in the gut really are and if possible we would like to get our friends and neighbors out of there without getting in the gut too many. They have to pay attention until they get the crap slap on them also have to show. Yeah well i know but the better they can see you know a humane alternative Fewer kicks in the groin. They have to take You know in those things are damaging so we want them to get out without things damage to you. Need to set an example. How do you said an example. Do you want to set. What is it. you're you're wanting to provide a. We should create now to be able to welcome them to something. We want them to see people who believe in goodness who the golden rule who smile who are friendly. Who are helpful. But who do not obey the sister who are not wedded to you know. Oh whatever the big boss says. I'll do Who say no. I'm not gonna do you know. The great example of this is the christians of the first few centuries running the for rescued. Hey you're breaking up. Paul certainly didn't obey. All what you come over. That's what we gotta do. You know this the focus on how evil state is and all that it may be true but that's not our point we're not against the state We are four way of life. And that's what people need to see. Well yeah okay. I think ed's success terrible would happen to. Yeah well you know i. I don't take any part that i'm not particularly just throwing rocks at it. It's gonna crash on its own but here we are doing bullpens. Hey you have a backyard dinner theatre tomorrow. Why don't you come. it's fun or hey you know what we're gonna have a. Bitcoin beat up at that at the local local. Vfw whatever it is. You know on. Tuesday and tuesday evening. Come along the really cool people. Let's have fun. No i this and it's happening all over. And it's increasingly coming under attack to where they are arresting pastors for having meets. I mean this is. They are going actively at this too much of a gathering you. You want to see it look at australia. What's going on your and happening here in america so i'm going. Yep you need to set the example. You need to press back. You need to be what gandhi you know passive resistance you know pressuring them the pressure you you know. I'm at some point. There's just going to be the stasi mentality and the little lon nazi karen's they're going to be turning in and it has already happened. I don't think it's happened as much as they try. And let on. They're using that. It does happen even in little baby amounts but they are amplifying the crap out of it to instill fear and compliance and. That's why a lot of our signs you know. Let me see your smile. Liberty doesn't wear a mask because they don't want you to see a smile. You'll don and i we go. We're in pennsylvania. My father-in-law died last week or a week before we were all last week family came together and so on pennsylvania. Woo you gotta mask up. Well donna especially man. She's not doing it just walking in now you'll make me wear it all the whatever and been example by the end of the week a lot of the family extended family. They're all comply. Here's one police officer everyday. They're finally discarded the mask because we set an example and it was done that family that did it and it just takes one person but that is what they then those are afraid of and they will ernie what you just described. This is how the world changes. Yep this is how humanity moves forward. It's not by the high and mighty. It's by just exactly what you guys did last week. That's what changes the world. And that's the kind of thing we have to well. I'm looking at the this redemption thing. We gotta provide redemption. And we talked about this before. I think and i'm going. You know there has to be a grace period. Look and you may have thought you were being good and doing something whatever. It's obvious now. These guys are evil. So you know we'll give you the. Irs enforcers gun toting slot teams of whatever. The hell you know. We'll give you a few months that you know Get your affairs in order and bypass or you're on the list to i mean what kind of forgiveness redemption or timeframe do you think we should do. What's going on there. Needs to be a way of social redan shit where people can recover the reputation. Your bedroom you're on. The small towns of the all of those towns are filled with people who have no way out in. Don't know holly get up in there. They have very little. I lost you again. They have very little. What boever smoking a joint or whatever the hell is they really can't get out. They they end up in the system. They can't afford export an expensive lawyer and they end up in the system or intern around system. And then they are. They suspect them. 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Which one are you the earnest handcock show paul rosenberg. Premiums perspective dot com. I'm sorry we blazed through the break where yak and win over the music and save the emails okay. I know we're working on it. You know this is. We're going to go ahead and do better package thing. But it's not going to be live. Can't be live so it'll be a day later. Then it'll be a lot better show. We'll do maybe we'll be live streaming of it for subscribers and so on and a better video and everything so hey man mohan love boss man out rule camping award ever and we still doing so. Get off my butt all right now. What things. I wanted to make sure we also got into. Is you talked about grounding yourself. And you know spending time in nature just and spend some time alone looking. At the star's concert of the universe slowly and deeply these things reset us and balanced us. It may be no accident that the most abusive political movements tend to find their base in the most densely populated areas. They proper human life seems to require immersion in nature at least from time to time. Talk about that a little bit. Yeah this systems particularly that we have right now require that the minds of their victims stay immersed in the system submerged in other incentives fears. Their visions their distractions of when you think about if you go pump gas there. There are ads flying in your face every or you go. We are surrounded ball dip bs trying to get their fingers in our heads more than any humans have ever been by orders of magnitude. This is not a good thing So we need to get out and unplugged and spend some time in nature and just just to be out there to convey compressed a get these things out of your head for a few days. There was a thing back in the eighties. Nineties were that they tracked and decided that the people in north america sock thousand advertisements a day and this was decades ago way worse now so these are all people trying to get their fingers in your brains to get you to think about something to get you to think this way or that way. We've got to get out of that. We've got to spend however you do. It doesn't matter how you do it. mountain i've A desert of woods. I don't care what are you like. Whatever works for you. Stay in a tense. data campers. Stay in a four star hotel. I don't care but get somewhere where you're just alone in nature for a few days and your mind gets the find. Its own shake rather than the shape of all the incentives that are pushing added all day against another great reason to ditch the smartphone. Get off facebook. Get off the twitter. And just be yourself. you'll find. You are a hell of a lot better as yourself than you are on facebook now. This is one thing. I i was really impressed. It's rare that you know some commercial or something. Oh you know being my consciousness. You know that. I'll consider it for more than a moment other than its frying my brain and conditioning me but there was one and had four guys in a four door. F one fifty or whatever car commercial. We're going out there and they're looking at no not yet. They're looking at their phones. No not yet not yet. You think you're looking for a signal out in the woods or something and they go. Yeah here here here here and it was. They were going to where they couldn't find a signal and i go. Oh thank goodness you know. Thank you going. And that's where. I saw a lot of these different festivals donovan. I've been going for over a decade and they're starting up again. We're already started going. The bunch of these different festivals show up with the love bus. And i remember the early years where people were fascinated that they didn't have a cell phone signal. They couldn't use their. They're all bitching and whining about it. But then they went out and had fun. You know the kids are out playing doing stuff. It should be you know. Hell i get a campground to jammed. You're not allowed. This reset is a an important part. But it's also possible now with this tiny house movement and plus. I mean i can live in this thing for weeks at a time and be off everything i mean not that we got generators and solar take care of it only limitation is water and then we found out You know there's some places the roof of the thing drains. I i feel up some gallons of water for washington stuff. I'm like okay. So rainwater be a thank. So this is what's coming now is that we're going to be able to intentionally live thrive survive off of the man's grid and that be not something to get away from but a destination and that destinations you know i'm looking for these communities. There's always somebody that talks about community. They're already community our community. Our collective are whatever the hell they want to call it community. And i go okay. I wanna see how you are agreeing to be together. What do i have to do. What am i prevented from doing what. You're conflict resolution. Answer those three questions. Maybe i want to be part of your hippie commune. You know so. But it's rare. And i don't think i have had one that has been able to show me anything or articulated other than we'll figure it out and peace be upon the and somehow tractable get fixed after fred breaks and i'm going no that's what i'm looking for. Do you have any solution or written anything about that or aware or some place. That actually has a plan for freedom oriented individuals how they would new commune from their families. And and that's that's what works once you get these people that are trying to set up a community and they mean well many of them. I'm not trying to disparage them but they tend to go after this model. We've got a set of rule. Well this is where i learned. A new word from. Paula goes what we must now do now is build our own networks not of power but of valeo mutual support. Of course they had to look up the lille which means family bloodline something like that right. Yeah it's it's it's attachments because of loss. Not because of you know rules or anything else is because of what are you people. You love the people you care about. comes from the greek work by leo. I would just love anyhow. These are the things we want. We want to build ultimately a around our abilities in our lakos the world now. The big world is built around fear. It's about what we fear that's all they've got is what they can make you be afraid. Data what they can make you rage against. This is what they got. We wanna build the world of brown our abilities. We wanted a world for happiness. We want a world geared for development and we got it. We can do it but it's we really start with. Families extended families nuclear families. I don't care whatever worse and it's open ended. Oh the uncle. Jim mantha wanna move over somewhere else Okay well god bless you know. We're going to take their couching this that and they're gonna go okay find cool And there are no real rules. It is video attachment. Is people you love and care about and your building world based upon not upon rule of ship. Yeah this is something that's really been audience and friends and other you know influencers and so i talked to. I'm going man. help me out here. I need to learn more about that. I want to see where this work. And i can't find any. I mean the best. You come up our community. A farming community is a collective community in law. Nazis cairns comes out and whatever the hell no comes family. It's always a family. It's always a matriarch patriarch or a group of brothers or something. It's a family. That's what works because of course you got drama. You know things happen. You know nephews kids but the family the love support you need is love is all you need because this is what brings people together because there's a reason there is a motivation. What is the motivation. Any other high article is for power control. And you got to do it. My way family love. That's where the differences thank. You hit it on the head and directing my module here a little bit here all the old doors give out where people again yell at music where people can get your information they need. No this guy hill bristowe hit me. John mask no kind of the big men down the open ceo. Be part of the family. Duck your family is going to be a family man. hey In the free state project has reached. Its goal of thousand liberty lovers who've pledged to move to new hampshire and get active to achieve liberty in our lifetime. Perhaps you're trying to figure out what part of new hampshire should be your destination. 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Hancock believe me. When i say we have a difficult time ahead of. What if we are to be prepared for it. We must i shed our fearless standing here without fear i remember. I remember that. I am here because of the path that lies before me but because of the path that lies behind me i remember the one hundred years we have pop machines and after a century lord. I remember that which matters most. We still make them remember. Gone fifty fifty fifty ohio. We're here for what declaring our independence and its really. Simple is valued declared independence. You need a government form. you can't be independent. If you are dependent dependent on what. I don't know just about anything i mean you know i i like to be independent and just about everything it makes you more valuable to even the people that depend on you the more independent you are even if you are dependent emotionally on another person the more independent you can beat him work. You are if you're need. I need i need. I sustained my happiness. Based on you. And i need you to need me to need need. Need need and your marxist. And that's what they feed on and they try and beat that into you can see the conditioning. And it's been more successful than i anticipated but is it as successful as they them. Those anticipated. I don't think so. That's why they are wanting to make sure that they shut down individuals ability to communicate or or trying. Shame them into different. But this has been a ritual since forever you saw during the cultural revolution in you saw the guilt trip kind of crap they did in the eastern bloc and the soviet well. Maybe you didn't see it. I'm old nonstick. See i did. I i remember in seventy five seventy six or so in your junior high. This is right after the at phnom had finally ended. You know such as did and You have everybody going on a cold war all them rushes did it. Oh they're going. They're always going on. We got somebody else. You need to be dependent on us last night on amazon and just need some brain dead. you know. go to sleep movie. I'm ashamed to say that. I watched i used to read tom. Clancy movies books. Tom clancy you know. He'll the patriot. And honor and blah blah blah is a bunch of executive orders. I you know. They're all you know jack ryan stuff jack ryan's gonna save it if if we only had jack ryan president and then eventually as a field operative. Cia of one of president out l. lab. So you just. He really did some mental gymnastics to bring stuff about but his whole thing was if you only had the right people in it includes close asking if you have the right people in it you know. It may be the wrong people's not the system. It's the people and it's always well now. This one without remorse or something. It's amazon original whatever. Well the head guy you know. Of course it you know black guy. Don't care you know didn't change really anything. But they had a black seal team squad leader going into aleppo to take on. I'm going really really. There's no way in hell. I would be shocked. If tom clancy. I didn't read that book by doubt. It had a a woman regardless of what color lead some seal team to go in and extract. Somebody that you have to actually carry them. I mean what i you know. I'm already pissed off this movie right there. So then i'm going okay. Whatever she's a good actress did a good job. And i you know whatever you know power to her but you know the thing was is that it was all about how bad the system is. Yeah just had to have the right people in you know it's the right people make the system more. No you don't. It's the system turns the right people into the wrong people. We're done i. There's no system you know. So when i go back to. Arizona advocate for something or is it going to be political. Well you have to. This is what started me down this road in might when he's in the late eighties was the election process. I go. I get. I do this. And we make a big woohoo go back. Arizona have videotape from me on a television program. To where i go. I figured it out. I had to understand because we're doing something. And they want to know where. I why i was. Whatever and one of the producers you know it was a television stations. One of the producers was a supporter kind of closet supporter. So he'd always doing something. Cool me come on and explain what it is. I was kind of his activism. We'll get ernie on and get in trouble kind of thing then they get in trouble anyway. But i go. I figured out what they did. It was election law. They eliminate competition. They sport bad guy. You're not allowed to have an election law. You may choose from communist candidate. Passers can be bla-bla-bla. This is back in ninety one ninety two around in there that i have that clip. We're going to be a younger the up there and say look. I figured it out. It was elections. It was the lie of an election is how they got away with all this and they're doing it again right now they're in arizona. What do we do. We had liz harris on the recount. Talk to her the weekend before we had her aunt had her on. Oh we're going to this and we got we're going to. You're not that would that would like solve it now. We're exposer now. So guess what they doing that. Okay so we'll see what happens but in the end there's gonna be a negotiated peace with legislators of they're gonna whatever so go back and do do a run for secretary of state on the ballot. Probably not by do it has to be a write in. It has to make him make count. It may them. You know they're gonna oh damn dick. Make it all of these people. we've got. Yeah it's going to have to be counted anyway for me to have anything to give any kind of thumbs up on it because we had a lawsuit in eight. We went because they were not counting the right end that we knew qualified libertarian candidates for the general election ballot. We had a whole campaign. It was easier just to do that just to make fun of well. They just won't count on them and we knew that they did it. You know we had some of them. You only need eleven. People had that many family members. I mean it was just. We're going right so we filed suit. We used one. Yep you're right. He's on or about all these others. They didn't sue so screw them. Okay that's how it is run statewide race on how bad the election suck and make it a write in hell. I don't even care if you right. In mickey mouse you just go and write in something. Make them count it by hand freaking screw them. You wanna play. Let's play. and how do. I qualify for being right here. I just you know bill form. I got a form fill. I'll fill out your form. See i have no idea who they pissed off. I have been doing this for so long building up to. What is it general public opinion. And i want to be left alone and it's not to the degree that i'm left alone. It's to the degree on not left on. We're gonna leave. You bother you less than the other guys. Got a little bit. We're gonna body a little less pickoffs. Nope nope nope. And how do you. How do you organize yourself. How do you survive. Live thrive segment and different. You know you go do this and bring this to the table. It's going to. Paul says family david irvine. The first hour made safe. It's technology that serves that that's why we've been pushing it. I wanted to have david on the show him how far down the road we were on. Ip what we've been doing made safe. Maybe a better solution when it's completed and flushed out and filled out and done but i made it clear to them. I'm not waiting. There's no wading. It's now a little bit of motivation. Will be touching in with them again. See what's up. i will be sharing it with you. Do the go differently. Going to be clear better more understood. I'm looking forward to stick around. We're not gonna read from the six letter of captain. Mark a pirate's life is characterized by voluntary interactions. Unfortunately the crown presses everyone into involuntary servitude landlubbers believe slavery was abolished years ago. But the crowns still claims to own us. When it comes into service against our will given sufficient ambition it would gladly draft thousands of hapless victims to kill or be killed. It's simply slavery by another name. Landlubbers routinely commanded disturb the so-called justice system in jury duty but before you swell with civic pride consider that how you feel is irrelevant to the crown you will appear as ordered or face punitive measures. The crown insists that you participate in your own oppression. Jury summons provides pirates the unique opportunity to obstruct injustices a jerk vote. Not guilty unified proven. The law was violated a juror. 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Trial judges required to issue sentences based on convictions. Decided by a jury not unproven. Allegations never even charged it trial. Although this is a positive development that dropped indictment will not set rolls free now. A presidential pardon is ross is only hope of freedom. Signed the petition at free. Ross dot org free. Ross dot org. You're listening to the best liberty oriented audio streamed around the clock on the air and online. This is the liberty radio network at l. r. n. dot fm to be a part of the show call six zero two two six four twenty eight hundred six zero two two six four twenty eight hundred now ernest hancock morning morning. Good morning. good morning okay. I did my rant blah blah blah. What i wanna do is This saturday is the worldwide freedom. Rally of no lockdown bite me and we'll make ourselves available. We were hoping to kind of work in our trip is going and where we're going to be in their hat. Kansas city but gave really find anything. Kansas city and there may be some new groups there that we could do so. We'll check on it. But donna's working on some other cities that we know people at and some of the the doctors and you know the promoting. Hey could we be of an ad and let's go kick ass and make signs and stuff so we'll let you know as soon as we know. I was hoping to do kansas city because it kinda worked out the where we're going but there's not that much activity there but that doesn't mean that there can't be and we're just going so if anybody's in kansas city you want you know start going know. Let us know before we go. Commit to helping some other groups. Because i wanted to kansas city even when there isn't anybody deemed better who heads. But it's a timing thing you know where we're gonna be in other events we gotta be at meetings that we have and you know and interviewing people that were promised to be at Get them on the bus and so on. So we're going to see what we can work at an out. And and i want to say which ones because by then then you know. Then they'll you expect there and we may not go there so you know. Just just hold on. But we're going to be definitely Having the love buzz. Getting some attention this saturday and Then we got some a man the days just with by. It's just. I thought kind of have may offer us to get caught up lost but i just knew it fill up with stuff. I mean you know just stuff happens so we one of the reasons we want to get into south. Kansas city is. That's where there's like a mci bus graveyard that you know. Derek and i need some stuff. We're gonna go there who needed upgrade on that and a little switch e. They're molding trim their a little something. Something something something so. I'm looking forward to that. I'll be looking forward to that for months and finally got to try and get their damn. It might be next. Week doesn't matter. We can push it off another week. But he's been cool about it. The jet crypto. Yep it's going stupid you know. Do i keep looking at it. I don't care you know. Let's say it's gonna be whenever. I really really really needed is going to be really really down or up or i don't care and one thing that the bus gives me the freedom to move and the freedom to just not move somewhere. I'm good you know. The biggest limiting factor. We took care of a lot of things but the biggest limiting factors communication. It's the internet. Win starlink comes out. I don't think people are going to understand the ramifications of that when you have influencers that you're hearing the voice of people that have broadband. You're hearing the voice of people that already live in cities you're hearing the voice of people that have access to internet that they can upload their thoughts desires opinions on your only listening to them. Anyone that you think is you know. Great wonderful they know continental. I bet you got eighty ninety. One hundred percent of them live in some metropolitan area. You're not hearing the voice of the people in rural america and they may not be hearing yours because they you know they don't listen to what you'd have their light radio as one reason one of the better things about the satellite radio is that i when i go in rural areas. It's amazing if i'm at some event. They know that they because they heard it on. Radio on satellite dish cable. Okay so that the signal is is they'll find it. The internet is like a truth button. And you push the button. You can find it if it exists. But what you're not hearing is rule america the closest that we get the something like ice age former ice age former young man. He's a farmer and he's going yeah. I think the climate change their starts doing youtube explodes. Why it's a perspective. You're not getting from some kid in brooklyn know you're not getting this kind of stuff from people that live in the you know the the bowels of atlanta you know somebody you know. In the centre desert of in phoenix. You're getting somebody out on the land that seat fold farmer's almanac when i was a kid a lot of people don't realize the farmer's almanac was win you you knew to plant not plant harvest. How the weather is going to be planning a vacation. Rain days on rain check on whenever concert or the farmer's almanac why because it based on different cycles and predictions of farmers you know people that serve farmers. This was a bunch of fun stuff in it and everything was thumb farmers almanac. It was it was a i. Go to a webpage. This that had news may take a year or two. You know you add this new seed your crop of whatever the hell it had an ad i mean if it had ads you know. It was just amazing. Bit of information that was shared amongst a thurbers. Who's the former farmers almanac. Now the internet monsanto google. Then you get somebody. Like age farmer bayern a perspective. A lot of people gravitate around jay noon in what he learns on his little farm. What he's doing livestock. He'll different telegram groups and everything one of on on a child growing up. That's probably one of the favorites. This is the kind of stuff now. there's going to be available once. The internet becomes ubiquitous and high-speed everywhere. You're going to hear from people in the congo and amazon in the jungles of china. I been mesmerized by has called free life years. Go look it up on youtube free life. It's just some chinese girl enter twenties just showing a bunch of our. She learned from somebody with a camera. L. the jungle. I guarantee she didn't buy it us. Went out there and i go. Hey found path and then went down. Of course it could be you know at the base of some big city for all we know but it was just amazing what she's built over time she doesn't talk g. We've we've seen this little puppy dog grow up with her. You know looks like a doj dog so this is been the look forward to is different perspectives in ways of living and happiness. That is there. You know the amish. They have a time. A lot of people. Don't know this. I think they've done series on netflix. Tried to you know exploited or whatever but when you come of age they give you a year right. You're enjoying it. You think you wanna go out there and You know the the world well see you new year peace album you know how it works out what they give you or how that. That'd be a whole freaking movie right there and just go out you experience the world then you may not come back and if you don't wanna come back they don't want you to come back and you come back. No i'm good. You're right man. They're messed up in the head. 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You're competing with government for wages and they don't have to work. This is beyond stupid. I mean what do you call. That evil bom unborn. It's an invasion. It's a tactic it's on purpose. It's for an end of what and they have the power. Just give him. he's giving money. This is this is this dum. Dum dum dum dum dum dum dum dum dum. So what are we going to do it. It's a it's a ethics thing. It's how you were brought up by your parents thing. You know it stuff that needs to be you know take seriously and what we should be thinking about is a lot of things i i don't see where this is a benefit anybody anybody. We'll see what happens. Fight for our freedoms and rights worldwide to fight for our rights worldwide the new order in the aluminum by taking back control of our live together blah blah blah. You know we say no this. We say there's a whole bunch of different facebook groups. There's a lot of different efforts. And no one of them should get the all the entire supportive. 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Hotspot my hotspot of verizon separate hotspot to at and t. sim cards on a net gear. Router the nomad internet and or pie wi fi and freon went out at the same time. I'm like what can we separate you make. Sure we're not using a bandwidth on one one for the show and one for the you know zoom in one point you know that kind of thing and I'm going you know. And then for two of them to go down in the right. When i was talking to on going. Yeah you know did we're working. We're just keeping you guys informed. House stuff is going. I i can. This is how it happens. I was i doing radio. I remember it really an impact on me with the entire country. Olivia just went off line. Thank you about libya three. They wanted to explain it to them. And all of a sudden the entire country's internet went down. I'm like who depending on. What is it that david irvine from made safe. What he was doing in the nineties he was setting up the largest private Network in saudi arabia where he got his bones. Here's like an entire because how come they're not world should be like this. Where where made safe came from of his experience a networking an entire country to make an its own private thing away. From the man l. Certainly know western. Whatever the hell they wouldn't be their own man and which is definitely saudi. Arabia wouldn't be the man for themselves until you that so this is what if you got away from that experience going. Yeah we can just do it for everybody because what was going on in saudi arabia. Oh dad there satellite and internet for baywatch and whatever other porn this now it happens and internet making. You bought what we hear now. Gas stations run dries pipeline races. To recover from hacking from virginia to florida and alabama stations are reporting that they've sold out of gasoline supplies in the region dwindle and panic buying set an estimated seven percent of gas stations. Virginia ran out of fuel as of late monday. According to gas buddy analysis analyst Patrick hand cares. The white house said in a statement it is monitoring the situation and directing action we did. We're probably ones that you know that they who cares it's centralization was the problem this is not that the feels not there so computer hack when they did infra guard this doing radio and his bow four. Remember that you know. Kfi am six hundred liberty blow doors. Fifty thousand watt abed blah blah blah blah. They when i was there there was a friend of mine that libertarian. That work for intel and go to these different united way functions. He'd have me go to and there was Different intel part of different government things. He'd always make sure. I knew about it or got invited or i go with them you know. He's at consumer electronics. Show and different things you know it was always you know little inside instead. Tell ernie okay. What was the one. There was a bunch of good stories. Came out of that. But i'm was emperor guard infrastructure guardian or something like that. It was an fbi program and what they did is they sent letters to all of the utilities and so on saying we need a vice presidential level meeting fbi a meeting of fbi fbi and a lot of times. They just they go. Screw you guys have some director costume director of a ceo. Something to say okay. Go go meet with them and When they did this is what was going on. We need to have internet access to your systems. Well power companies intentionally do not have their systems on the internet for this reason. And if you watch one of the Later diehards there was all about them having the get everything under attack cyber and they wanted to accumulate. Everybody's information into one safe download of a big giant. Usb the blah blah blah have access to a bunch of money in this and it was or a robbery data so on but to make it work. There was one thing that wasn't on the internet. It was the power station that powered a different things. So they said we have them physically go there little hut swat teams or whatever and take over the power company to be able to accomplish what they want do. The reason was is. i already understood. You know that that was how it was. Set up intentionally to avoid exactly that kind of thing. So what's happening the entire energy system delivery of gasoline and so on and somebody pushed a button. Who what akers uae is this. A condition you for something. Just get ready. There's another shoes going to drop on this one. Plus you know. We got like almost thousand mile range on this bus. We one hundred seventy gallon dame but we only get like five six miles. A gallon for luck should i just you know we got full tank man. We can be just about anywhere one or or philip one more time and we be cross country. It's good to have that you know. So i'm i'm feeling better about gaza militants children among twenty four. Dead is israel hits us. So is this why. I'm seeing a bunch of palestinian-israeli isreaeli movie suggestions on goo tube now our plan. Somebody pushed a button. We gotta get our mind right because that's what's happening. don't laugh. this is how it's done. This is how it's done is to get you thinking doubting funding fear uncertainty doubt to get you in a certain mindset. When the biggest thing you should be worrying about is where you going to ride this out. How much food you better plant already. That's another thing everybody. I talked to in these rural areas. It's late spring. This is its way it's cold here now. we're going you know gettysburg. And i'm i'm i'm thinking. Yeah you know there's still you know. We just had snow in oklahoma where we were what a week and a half ago. It was snowing ice age. Bomber expected to go look them up on the internet. You'll see so we got you know here comes israel a something during all of this you can just see it common tech bros. Next movie private cities without us government. Control new york post. So does that mean what they say or not. Let's see dominating silicon valley in the past two decades hiking up rent prices in the area and fill in the streets. Fleece vast and wolves sneakers there now spreading into regions such as austin in north carolina. Also they're talking about everybody's moving away from silicon valley into the hinterlands. Because they see what's coming to la created but merely setting up shop in a hot spot just isn't enough for one group techies now formulating a plan to build their very own dream city away from the us entirely and governed by themselves twenty. Five year olds dryden brand new york university and charlie keller and boston college co founded blue book ditties nineteen ascribed as a full stack city builder. Which partners with communities to develop beautiful energetic resident owned city's website states so far their community remains online in the cloud but expect to enlist around two thousand participants about the size of a small college town to pack up and move to their yet to be built. Say no word yet. On where the concept touchdown but the to hope to land somewhere in the mediterranean. Thank god go over there. I was afraid you were gonna say arizona. It's going to be bill gates place. A much is going to happen now. You know maybe if he brings a naked zombie dance and you might get some residents. You never know. John hopkins university self spreading corona virus vaccines. And what's going to be the first thing bill gates says you gotta have in this city. Yeah get vaccinated this man. It's like a bed sifi. Be movie on sci fi channel. You know this is playing out right before us. And what's the solution to everything be centralization and family. 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Radio network starting to show with a very successful author. Christopher ross l. And his new book is called sub verse of addiction. It is book three of the ben porter series. I one was a false assurances. The second one was threatened bias christopher. Welcome to this show. How did you get the idea. For your protagonist ben porter from which this Where did it rise up from. Well records great to be here. Thanks for having the other show Then florida is my idea of every van for one day. I sat down to write this story after doing a sailboat race and i wanted a hero. That was different than all the usual suspects. You know the james bond jason gorens. You know the guys that have incredible marksman skills or good with their fists. Good the ladies have six back. I want to write a story about a guy could relate to a guy. I can sit down and have a beer with. And that's where ben puerto came from. He's sort of this relatable every man kind of guy who is putting it unlikely circumstances and goes out and solves case with intuition a sense of humor and just a good natured about him very different from the usual sort of spy superhero but also totally relatable and that seems to capture. reader's attention. Very interesting when you started off with false assurances. Did you have a trilogy in mind or you say. Let's just see how people respond to the first one. you know. Good question. I you know i. I kinda did have in mind and that after going through hours and hours and rounded router i actually spent knocked it back and and you know i was told that. Don't end the book with a quick heiner entering to keep it going and the books of people feel building and at closer. But i kind of like the idea of leading threat open to continue writing about it and False assurances actually submitted for publication by all the big new york publishers redacted over and over again and And i rewrote the story with some of their advice. Bide and then you know what was either a a A of stupidity or epic brilliance I wrote a sequel. Santosh published both books at once Last met so. Yeah it and. I use now three books. I've got ideas before five and they'd be more so just taking take it very cool one of the things. I love about Eric larsen of course he's nonfiction. Is that his chapters are short. And it's just it's a really nice pace in in i. i admire you years or even more bite size. I mean you got over eighty chapters. They're like three or four pages and it was that something that you're just you're writing style. Are you keeping in mind. The the millennials who can't read for more than five pages you know that's just me. I might attention. Span is just as limited as well and i like these little bite sized chapters and i was never told the right that way. I never really did it intentionally. That was just how the story unfolded. And i like keeping it moving. I wanted to write a page turner and you actually just got a compliment. The other day that somebody was reading the book and they subversive addiction and they said they they had to ration out the ending because they wanted it to last longer. I mean that is such a great compliment to see that they were just you know to the pages and totally absorbed by the plot so no not intentional but it seems to work yeah. It's pretty good when you don't people. Don't want the book to end a couple more questions for christopher rawson the new book subversive addiction James patterson of course very prolific very successful in the same genre. He's been very few of his praise of view and I remember him telling a story that he was at a red light. One time in the lady next to him was reading his book while she was driving so because she couldn't put it down cell free for you. Have you ever had any stories like that. You know that she's got a dangerous. i haven't had. I haven't had that one. Come across my desk. I have talked to. Jim paterson james. In a number of times he was totally instrumental in encouraging and getting going on a journey and and i recently saw him Maybe a month or two ago and had a great conversation. We have launched. He said we sat down. He goes no. I don't eat much of my competitors. He's got this great dry sense of humor. And he's an amazing creator of of these stories. So what a great mentor to have you know. I was thinking that You know the art of writing Spy type of Novel like this is that you can come up with a great idea. Come up with a great story line. But if you don't know how to build the ark if you don't know how to and i mean arc with a c. Like you don't know how to you know little more of this a little less than that. What were some of the lessons you learned like when you look back at the first book false assurances. Do you see things that seem like too prosaic to you now or is it still something that you're learning on the go all right. I definitely look back. And i look at that first book and i. I'm very extra to her. Because it was the first attempt at and there's a lot of stuff. In that i that i will carry forward into book for but it's very very rough and and the lessons i learned are that you can never stop improving and one of the things that i've stuck with this whole idea of perseverance. Or maybe it's stubbornness. I think there's a very fine line between the two but you know just just constantly try to work to make the product better to make. The writing. Better showed on tell. I still don't know exactly what that means. I confess but that's what everyone says you're supposed to do so. Okay i'll do it But i really look forward to writing a book. Four and five and and taking all these lessons learned and still trying to write better and better stories. You know how much we need content in this country especially during the The pandemic and you think about just really the countless mini series that we've seen on streaming services When it comes to screenplays and Maybe an actor to play ben porter. What's what's been going on with that. Well so the the first of the series option by spyglass meter which is a real hollywood company. Richard you know again for me where it's just. They're not about expense. How somebody wants to option my story. So they're they're working on it But but so far. Nobody's been casper ben porter yet and honestly i kind of ben porter being played by somebody. We haven't seen onscreen yet. Somebody who is going to make their name by doing this character. And you know if if i'm so lucky to have more and more movies come how at follow this arc You maybe it'd be like in the future. We'll be debating who played the best. James porter like we debate. Who played the best game stocks. I mean ben. Player i still. I mean that could be pretty cool. I don't know that person's going be yet. I think it's going to be an unknown. I had John grisham on my show last week. And i asked him about when you write a book and then it becomes a screenplay. How much input do you have. And and he said Absolutely zero he said you know you watch the movie and he said you just hope that they do it well but he said it's also interesting to see how they interpreted your characters and because everybody's gonna see them a little bit differently. What about you do you kind of have trepidation. That they're gonna completely change the story or do you Are you kinda like grisham. You just want him to sit back and watch. It still has talked to him at length and you know they. They want to keep the character tactics. They're going to have to change the story somewhat because you just can't fit a four hundred page book in her in a two hour movies. Just not gonna happen. So they've got to change the narrative a little bit. I just really hope that benz relate ability and kind. Kinda good natured. I want to hang out with. This guy stays intact that they don't make him something that i don't really tend to be but i i do look forward to seeing how they changed the story to make it bit on screen and i think that's just an opportunity for everybody to see a different perspective last question for you. You still have a day job right. So is that some. You're gonna you can hold onto the only yesterday by requirement. I have to fill. I work in design and construction and construction project management and. I'm busy as i've never been you know the pull of writing. The next book is really really strong but it right. Now i've got a foot you know in one world of design and construction and that sort of thing and i've got another foot in the world of a book riding and maybe movies and you know we'll see right end up but for now i'm just going to go full speed ahead with everything and i'll sleep when i can there. It is exciting times for author. Christopher rossel the new book subversive addiction the ben porter series book three from quadra publishing christopher. Congratulations on the book. Thanks for stopping violence. Catch up on a book for. Thanks rik i really appreciate it. All right number. Take a quick break coming back on sports. Bilal during i don't even recognize myself anymore. I'm really worried about him. It's addiction. I haven't seen them like this ever. I never wanted to start using. I knew the drill. But i was out of options. I just wanna tell them. It's not your fault there. Are people out there who can help. 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The whole twitter war thing i. It's always interesting when an say interesting. As a kind of a social experiment to see the back and forth on social media. That goes on between athlete. Sometimes you know it's in the old days you could call a guy up right him and asti note or just say to his face. You could do it that way but now you just tweet and then you get wives involved too. We've seen a couple of Nfl wives get into it I remember with a garza. And he couldn't get off the bomb and eric sogard of oakland bunted and then he said That's the only way you can get on Casey sogard his wife got into it. And then he said you can let your wife fight your battles and like battles you talking about so We can yesterday if you didn't know the scoring title is Going down to the last week of the season and bradley beal course fantastic player for the wizards or a few. It depends on jersey. You look at the district of columbia. He's having a great season. It's a great player And steph curry. Of course the way he is. Come on This season having an mvp type of season for sure and right now steph curry leads bradley beal by a half a point. A game curry's averaging thirty one point nine which is astounding to average over thirty points and then beal thirty one point four and on sunday. Bill dropped fifty despite hurting his hamstring. Curry scored forty nine. And then we got into this. Weird twitter feud because kent bays more was An kent base mar. If you don't know who he is. You can be forgiven for that. He's a He's a decent. Nba player the warriors. Kinda gave him his start and he was. You know he's he's an energy guy. He's one of those guys who is a cheerleader. From the bench. He's standing up on every three every dunk. He's waving the towel And then when you put him in he's okay he's he's not great he's terrible he's just a he's okay. Nba player and when he laughed golden state the first time he went to atlanta and they gave him a big chunk aucoin because travis schlink was assistant. Gm knew him he took over atlanta and he thought base give us some energy as more became a starter and then as more. This year apparently took a little bit of a pay cut to come back to golden state. He's one of steph curry's closest friends and you could see why they have similar personalities. You know they're they're very Upbeat well after the game on sunday camp as more Took to the podium. And somebody asked him about About steph curry and He said forty nine points in two thousand nine minutes. that's unreal. We got guys hurt and hamstrings to keep up bill and quote. Bill didn't take kindly to that and neither did his wife. And before tip off of the wiz against atlanta cami i beal started tweeting about as more and it began with her sharing bays. Moore's career statistics which are very paltry compared to bills and then things looked like they kind of cooled off. When she said that she doesn't need put others down that he didn't need to put others down to make his point and then all of a sudden she got mad again and she said i mad we even giving relevancy to someone. Most people didn't even know is still in the league. And so then bradley beal. After the game tweets o. l. Should i let him live or really go off and then his wife cami has a graphic of mortal combat that says finish him between liu qing and barack so then he'll under instructions of his wife did go off quote you don't know s about me. Burra vr h. You don't know why. I go out there and play it. Damn sure ain't for another man's approval you us straight lame. You straight lame. But it doesn't surprise me coming from you. That's what yo- type do End quote and then. He turned things around on curry because curry has spoken about trying to win. The scoring title says that he would like to get it and then tweeted that because your man's admittedly check my numbers before the game. But i'm chasing shut your a And then he put a A gif of clown coming out on the tonight show and then to complete the family tag team his wife and said beatles wife. I wouldn't hold my breath for response. But hey maybe after a long night of eight points one assist one rebound six turnovers and six fouls. He will have some time now. This whole twitter battle was one-sided the warriors were playing jazz at the time and steph curry hit yet another ridiculous shot from just inside the halfway line for the warriors and the last ten seconds of the game but anyway base more said that his phone was blown up once he turned it on after the game and then he said. I guess you can't joke anymore. Whatever i feel like. I'm a pretty light hearted guy. Hey man my loyalty is to se. Thirty it kind of got out of hand. I don't get involved with that crap now. Here's the thing. They have a little history and twenty seventeen. First round matchup between the wizards and the hawks bradley beal went on a breakaway deng bays more falling behind him and then in mid air as dunkin bays more pushed him and it was a pretty dirty cheap shot. Bill almost wiped out and then benches were clearing and people pushing and shoving and that type of deal. I was kind of funny. That the wizards were actually playing the hawks last night as as moore's not there anymore but maybe that he saw the uniform and made him his blood. Boil even more but Yeah i think. I was a team in the west and the team in the east even thinking about each other right now. Well that's why they're that's why they're thinking about each other right now. It's right there but bays more said. I'm just going to go home. Love my wife. Watch some peaky blinders and then get ready. Because i have worked to do tomorrow. So listen On the one hand bays moore's right you know you can't keep a job as i said nowadays Billy crystal couple of days ago said oh comedies. A minefield now. What did he get that. Peer hey screw. You waldman bouma so. He's not entitled to have that opinion. People are people are all upset that it's just it's hilarious now. What what triggers people. Billy i said billy joel i think billy crystal billy crystal said comedy a minefield. And he's just one trying to cancel him now so look base more did say. You got people pulling hamstrings. So that's probably because of the bad blood. He didn't forget that Even though he started and then Bradley build didn't forget as well so the only way we're going to see anything from this as we go into the final week of the season is you know just to see if maybe these two teams can make it to the nba finals and then we would have a really cool match up but The odds of the warriors playing washington in the nba finals as ridiculous. I remember they were the baltimore bullets. And they were the washington bullets and then the washington bullets owner had a friend who got shot and then. He said he didn't want bullets anymore. It's a way cooler name. Wizards is one of the stupidest names of all time but As neither here nor there all right When we come back we'll check in with our sales sports. Talk dot com segment that we do in the first hour on tuesdays with karen lyle. We'll do that. I'm rick to little come on back. How can come through though. I wanted five. This is karen. Lyle of sales poor talk with a message from latitude. Thirty eight dot com. Ucla has just announced that bay area. Sailor paul cayard will take the helm of the us. Sailing team including the us olympic sailing program carried has been involved in olympic sailing throughout his career. He is a two time. Olympian in nineteen eighty four and two thousand four and earned a silver medal in star class at the pre-olympic regatta. In two thousand. Three yard also competed in two thousand four summer. Olympic games in athens finishing in fifth place. This interview with paul cayard. This is an international broadcast that out to one hundred and sixty eight countries in eighteen million. People it's broadcast on the american forces network ditch your on tune in on iheartradio. I think seven hundred radio stations around the world that carry this. What is it about sailing that you feel merit being put side by side with football baseball basketball tennis soccer golf etc. Oh like like a lot of sports We certainly at the professional level. We train just as hard as any other athletes you know sailings been in the olympics since nineteen twenty eight so it's one of the oldest Sports and the olympic games. I've gone to the olympics twice and it's really nice to to mix with all of the people who have the same dedication commitment to excellence that the sailors have san francisco. Bay is worn of the epic and iconic places for sailing and so to have up on the bay was huge advantage from in terms of developing my skill set to go and race all over the world as well as all around the world. You take your life more at risk in many ways because out on the ocean you've done ocean sailing and also sailing inside the bay this. Tell us about some of the ocean races that you've competed in raced around the world twice. And that was the first american to win the whitbread round the world race in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight and that's It's like car racing a little bit. It's a risky occupation We have deaths and we have had boats sink. There's icebergs there's massive mountainous waves in the southern ocean and gales in terms of really strong winds so it. Yeah there's a risk in sailing That's probably different than baseball. Basketball and football has some risk of physical injury. obviously but Sailing you can lead lose your life in an instant and the training is essential of course trainings essential. There's different types of training for a race around the world compared to an america's cup race or an olympic race but we are just as committed and dedicated and focused as any other athlete. This is karen lau of southport. Talk watch for sneaker waves and walking the beautiful california see someone struggling in the water call nine one one and throw them a life ring. Go to see rally dot org for life stations near year coast. Thanks rotary club of walnut creek goto valor dot org for life. Ring stations near your coast. All right thank you for that Rectal with you. Downtown san francisco here on sports byline around the world on american forces radio network. It's time to check in with karen. Lyle sale sports talk dot com. Karen how are you doing today. I'm doing great. And i'll be joining you in the studio next week. I cannot wait. Sounds good. We want to bring in our guest now. Very excited to have maggie. She is a member of our olympic sailing team. I say our because we are. Americans here maggie. Welcome to the show understand. You grew up on lake michigan I'm always been a little bit as a californian kind of like intimidated by the great lakes. They seem too big and rough. Was it like on lake michigan. Oh you should very intimidated by lake michigan. Yeah surprisingly big. We often get international competitors. That comes chicago and they're like whoa thought you could see across. That makes us laugh because if you look at a map but lake michigan is fantastic ways to grow up sailing. It's got the conditions range i know. Chicago's named the windy city. But it's actually not for any like geographical breeze reason And so we do have windy times year. Put sometimes it can be light and kind of get a bit of everything and it was an awesome place to grow up sailing. It's got a great sailing community. And don totally in love with the sport there nancy. I was toasting you with your cousin. Genital the golden gate yacht club and In junior sailing president you started with the chicago. Yacht club you know what. What can we expect from the winds in and she might yacht harbor For the olympics coming up is it going to be ten to twenty knots. consistent basis shifty. Look you expect well. We've made four trips to train. In japan on an sale right on out of survey near the nfc harbor and every single time we've ended the trip saying hey we need to be ready for anything Because actually the that that body of water can have light airs blowing offshore flat water Sort of easy sailing. It can be a post typhoon system with onshore breeze and huge waves on certain breeze. Directions you can get chop similar to what you guys have in san francisco on so this venue actually has been pretty challenging to prepare for because we just have to be ready for everything on. There's there's not one condition that we can count on the whole time so we've trained all over the world trying to get different kinds of conditions that we've seen there on. We spent a lot of time studying the weather patterns in the current patterns and You know we just keep saying. We got gotta be ready for anything and the olympic committee. la olympics ago went with the forty nine or forty niner fx. Two handed skiff type of sailing. Dinghy and Wh when you think about you and you the other member of your crew how much of it are two separate jobs and how much of it is just two people doing the same thing at once teammate. Name is stephanie roble She's from east troy wisconsin and stuff. And i've been sailing together for about fifteen years now On and off either with each other on the same boat or against each other as competitors and were great friends and we feel very lucky to compete together but the division of responsibilities. That you're talking about is something we constantly work on. It's sort of a facet of teamwork that requires a lot of attention. Just like communication in or Attitude or mentality would division of responsibilities on the boat is very clear. I trim the sails. And i managed speed of the boat in transition the shape of the sales based on the win. That's coming in that kind of thing. Step drives the boat. She's the skipper say unsown. She makes the tactical decisions on. She decides where we go on the race course in shall decide. What is the best path sail to windward mark and deliver mark on on strategy. We know so. There are certain pieces of information. And i give her throughout the race. That can influence our strategy. But she's our tactician you know so she has the final say nine our jobs a really different on board minds much more physically demanding on for example. My heart rate will average one sixty during a race and get up to eighty five. And i'm very physically engaged It's hard to do my position. So why focus a lot on strength and power interest whereas steps is on. She's absolutely fit stronger than me. Sometimes and but her job is less physically demanding however she needs to be really fit so that reminds stays sharp so we do is a little bit different but at the end of the day were working together on. I trimmed the main sail and she drives the boat. So there's not one thing that either of us can do that doesn't immediately impact the other person And so we work on that all the time when i was talking to all of the team. That when you're all here in the san francisco bay area. I was really impressed by the way that everybody was pulling together. Because that time no one knew who was going to be going to tokyo. You find that your teammates are outside of. Us are are also being very supportive of during this time yeah absolutely. Ucla team is a really close group of athletes and the community is also just such a great network of people that are you know welcoming. We travel all over the world people. Welcome us into their homes You know that that sort of sailor community is very real and live and helps us kind of feel welcomed wherever we go on and on the athlete side of things Covert has definitely made it hard to gather you know. We haven't been able to gather in person nearly as much last year. So that's been tough. And i've got to admit i kind of miss my teammates at times. You know when we're in the same place. It's just not a smart thing to do the right thing to do out party together or not that we'd be partying but even getting together like we normally would socialize effort events or during an event We've kind of had to stay physically away but we definitely stay in touch I'd say what you a better job saying. Touch and in terms of pulling resources It's it's a necessity when we're traveling abroad. You know to get together and share responsibilities in. It's much more efficient to pull resources when you can You know there have been times that we weren't totally think with the other teams and therefore we have different training schedules. There were a couple of years we didn't necessarily train with the other. Us fx team on most of that was because we had a different coach and they had some job. You know part time jobs in the picture and at that point campaign was pretty critical to continue work on individual agendas. But you know it's it's it's it's a great part of it when we can all work together and i think we've made some of my closest friends and we are fantastic sport. Our creech campaigning. Without these athletes by my side. Couple more questions from maggie shot from us. Sailing win women's forty nine f- Fx was introduced in rio Brazil won the gold. The home team silver went to the kiwis and the danes won the bronze so with the world championships last year. Jr along you and stephanie were able to break through and metal and get that bronze-medal are as the us still behind a lot of these countries or with that metal. You have the you think. This is going to be a breakthrough here in tokyo. Well i certainly hope for a breakthrough And it's an interesting to put it because actually over you know. Historically over the last harmony decades olympic sailing that olympic sailing pendant existence. The us still leads in the overall medal count. So in my opinion we're kinda defending that lead even if in the recent years we have underperformed that's true We have not brought home as many medals as flights from london or rio and we all admit that completely were working. Hard to rebuild and to catch up to where we have been in the past In terms of breaking through into the onto the podium. I think that last year is world. Championship was the first time stephan. I really put together all the pieces to have a good performance And that's not to say that you have a good performance in end. It doesn't guarantee that you're next. One's gonna be great or give. That former next is not going to be terrible. You know it's We don't like to think about ourselves as only as good as our last results. You know we we really wanna work on. All the building blocks to deliver a good performance on and having a good result can be an indication that we're on the right track and that's how we look at the last world through said okay. We're doing some things very well but we still have to work on a lot of other things. We still made a lot of mistakes throughout that week. So we have been You know on the heels of the teams that campaigned for two quads. On for a long time. So a lot of the veterans that you saw in rio. You know we've been really on their heels for several years and now we're competing more regularly in the front with them and so i'm excited to race in tokyo but You know we're we just focus on all a little building blocks to to deliver a performance. Not necessarily the end result. Not sure if. I answered the question. Sorry that that was great maggie. Tell me tell us. Let's talk about the boat that you're going to be failing because you've been you've been doing the same Classic boat in different places around the world to train. I'm assuming Tell us about what what how performed you know. Described her audience. What what your what. Your vote is all about because it would have a lot of people who don't know the details even though you're not you. This boat is so fun it is all about speed and performance is. It's called a skiff which basically means it's like a high performance lightweight boat so the vote is fifteen feet long it gets its name forty niner from its length which is four point nine meters and the fx means that the mass which is the the police goes up in the arab world sales up masters a little bit shorter than the boys will use so for two females on a forty niner effects. We've got a shorter mast and a smaller sail plan. This sales are two smaller because of our smaller body weight size On a forty niner. They've got the full size forty niner master sales so the pa- the platforms Forty niner on it. The boat itself weighs about two hundred pounds and then the crew weight. So stephanie. i combined. We try to be about three hundred combined And so having a heavier crude than the boat itself means that we're gonna get pretty cool. like Performance out of it is a very dynamic boat in basically what. I'm trying to stay as it goes really fast. It's very unforgiving and we love it on some days. we'll go out and practice. And if it's really windy or really big waves Our objective for the day will be just execute some of the most basic maneuvers. And we kind of laugh and say you know we're we're going to the olympics. Were just trying to like tack and jibe competently But that's how unforgiving challenging the boat can be certain. Certainly conditions will tape. It's a race of attrition. You know whoever can just keep the boat upright and not capsize will end up in the top ten. Those conditions are rare. But they can be. They can make or break results in regatta If you can't performance conditions than you sell to a day And then in the lighter it's a really difficult vote to get going fast. it's very finicky and unstable. But that's why we love it it's It demands a lot of physical fitness. And it we. We've just we've had to actually gain weight each of Stephanie of each gained about fifteen pounds. We'd like to think it's all muscle. But i'm not sure about that. We we find out that like this bigger and stronger. We get harder we can push the boat and then actually the harder of the book. It's to sail in always said at one point. This should be getting easier. I feel so much stronger. But then you can do things faster and You can work harder and get more out of the boat and so we find ourselves getting even more tired and we were kind of laughing about that recently. Well i would think that. There's no sport that needs more courage to see these pictures of you. Guys literally perpendicular to the water with. Just your feet touching the boat. It's absolutely amazing. We've been speaking with maggie shea mega. I know you had to wait a year. so fingers crossed best of luck in tokyo. Thanks for flying the flag for us. Thanks for having me. Thanks for focusing on failing. We appreciate it all right then karen. I'm back in. I'm back in the saddle again. We'll see you next week in here. Great i'm looking forward to it. All right we'll take a quick break. Sales sports talk dot com for more information and pictures. Come on back. Attention timeshare owners. This is an urgent consumer or from the timeshare exit hotline a national company specializing in helping consumers legally get out of their expensive timeshare contracts. We're offering you away to legally get rid of your timeshare. 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He said today maybe it was from an anti fungal ointment crame. That was used the day before the race to treat dermatitis. That's how the horse got the twenty one picograms grams of this substance. Well first of all. What do i know about horse training. I mean i'm pretty good Won a few races. But you worried about the horses dermatitis. What is he going to the prom. Talking about sock comedian and said the horse got cancelled. That somebody find his old tweets. When you walk into a major league baseball clubhouse as i have there is the sign on the wall and the things like three feet wide by three a huge sign. And it says here are the banned substances. Dumbing wilma trainer. Said bob baffert is a hall. He's not the guys from. I can understand the guys from brown hot rod. Charlie one this cream into now you idiots who knows more about horse racing bob baffert and the cream had banned substance in it. I don't know it just sounds very very fishy. You think he would know don't you. 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We're on twitch by the way to. And i don't know what my to pay is doing here but i don't know with all my forty thousand viewers right now. Yeah not a good look okay. This is why. I'm on radio One of the good things about doing a syndicated show is i can talk. I can. i can talk about Tennis and hockey and sports that You know. I don't have to just like if you're in kansas city. It's gotta be royals royals royals cheese and i get it but Really good thing about being nationally syndicated take calls from around the country. And let's do that. Let's go to manhattan with charlie. What's going on in hell's kitchen. Sorry about sixty seven degrees nice and breezy and beautiful day I was. How do you like going back to work. As opposed working at home. Did you want to get out of your house or working at home for the only only thing about it is. I feel like i'm broadcasting again. When you're in your pyjamas and you can't even hear yourself and you're staring at a wall it. It feels weird so everything about it completely sucks. Do you have to go in five days or is it. Do you have like a three day. Sued like is there Going forward is it day now. The good news is that. If i have an early record or have something else i can do it from home but I try to come in every day. Try to be a team player. Everybody else's coming in. So i don't want to be a little lord. Follow roy sure show. Yesterday i was up against the clock. So i have a question to ask me. Tiffany or debbie gibson. That was the question. I wanted to get in yesterday. I just remember when. I was back in the day when they were popular. Who is tiffany versus. Well i'll tell you something that I remember when i was at saint. Mary's college there was a rumor that she was going there. But it was on her shortlist. She ended up not going there. But i'm gonna say something that you're not going to believe and that is. I'd never really been that into blondes. So i think oh tiffany okay. Very cool I just actually. I was just calling to say tip my hat to steph curry. He's playing on a level that i didn't think she could get back to and i whether whatever they do in the play offs you know whether they get past this Playing around and that. I i'm just real. I'm really just just throwing out the kudos to curry because that that team i mean i hope he is an mvp candidate. He probably won't win it. But i hope he's a finalist because that team is a ten win team without him and the fact that you know. I don't know if you watched last night's game. I watch The ending and you know the winning shot just just the way. He's been playing for the last couple of months. I just wanted to set my hat him. Because he's playing like on another level. Now there's no doubt and and i would like to think watched the game too but i would like to think that he would get some consideration and because you know he's the only guy unanimously win it and he's wanted twice. I think he will get a little bit of love. Yeah and i just. I just because going forward. I hope they can put together a team in the next year to really go for another deep run another because i like to take advantage of the level. He's playing on and you know. Hopefully klay comes back healthy your next year and you know wiggins is wiggins and whatever they do in the off season with with these picks are and or white you know the trade or someone wise men or whatever but i i hope i hope they still have one more running them at least just just why not We'll see anyway. That's all i got. But i just wanted to ask your opinion about debbie gibson or fifty my kudos to Curry buddy writing listening. Thanks for the call. I appreciate it. Let's charlie out there in manhattan. Tiffany and debbie gibson. Were on a reality show together too. I remember i can't remember what it was. I remember there on a show. But i remember what it was but I couldn't tell you. I mean the one thing. I'll give credit to tiffany. She made a career out of doing covers. Did she ride her own song. Maybe the new. Hey baby one we were planning. But it's all covers. I think we're even then debbie gibson. Maybe there's one song. I might remember but Yeah back in the day the eighties and then tiffany is a forty nine because she started fourteen. Rick let's talk about earn rhode island talk about aaron rodgers but as i was saying The the The super league which was gonna come in. This is one thing about doing a syndicated radio. The super league in europe the fact of the matter is is that you still have three teams that have not officially withdrawn yet and of course. That's barcelona real madrid. And you is the six english clubs got outta dodge within forty eight hours then the two clubs and at the san siro inter and milan they got out and then outlet he got out but those other three teams are still hanging around. I bring it up today because the president of laliga. That's the spanish league. Havi our tables says that the president of fica gianni infantino the little kid. He was behind the whole thing. Tae best said in the secret document. The person described as quote w. o. One is infantino tabo said it's he who is behind the super league and i already told him in person i said it before and i'll say it again. Behind all of this is fee for president. Gianni infantino. He's pushing saying things. Infantino was president of uefa from nine to sixteen and he has announced his strict opposition to this breakaway project. That would hung around from april eighteenth to nineteenth in england. But i remember when i worked the world cup. In ninety four the president fever was named joie hanalani. And i actually got. The meanings is huge frankenstein. Kind of brazilian guy and the president of uefa. The time was the sweetest gun. I'm leonard hanson. Old big fat guy. It seems like the president of fief Annual if they're kind of like slick guys and the kind of like the al guido types economies slick shiny suit type of youngsters these days but You know we were talking yesterday about maybe Uva getting the boot from syria taybeh said Lollygag has no regulatory capacity to sanction. Anyone he said the the italian fa could try to do something. Because the italian president has gabriela ravina. He was the one that was threatening to kick you venice out anti bot said i'm president of the league but i can't. I can't kick anybody out. He said almost all the clubs have recognized. They have made a mistake. The worst sanction has been the reaction of their fans. They have recognized their mistake. And that is what we have to consider. This project has failed but it is not dead without english clubs. They will not be able to carry it through. So i mean you look at florentino perez who is the president real madrid and He was president of the super league and still is i. Guess tabei said it's nothing personal. We have different opinions on the idea. Football i've heard the real madrid president. Say that football will be ruined in three years. and that's simply not true. It's nothing personal against florentino. Just that what he represents is another type of football industry and it puts us in danger than the current one and i cannot allow that to happen so It's it's weird. How they're hanging on. And i don't know if it's from hubris or what it is but those three teams they will sometimes rich guys they don't like to ma- well. Who does like to make admit they made a mistake Let's talk more soccer on the other side. Let's bring in one of the all time greats of the united states national team. 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That's eight hundred seven six eighteen forty five which to the white house to the left to crack school war zones for this surprises. Was one of the fun. Is this stadium. That'll say report. Paul rick tidwell wants through a tennis ball at donkey right. Thank you for that. Welcome back to the show to the with. Coast to coast and around the world on american forces radio network. It's a pleasure to welcome back to the show brandy chastain one of the great players in history of the united states women's national team and she's here on behalf of save the world l. c. randy. Welcome back to the show and You know it's it's interesting. I didn't talk about this with the last few times. You're on the show. But when you were coming out a mini high and you you went to cal. And you basically set the world on fire cows of freshman and then you had like a klay thompson thing. Didn't you miss two years in a row and then transferring over to clara what. What was the gist behind. that whole situation Well a couple of unfortunate but incredibly fortunate situations I tore my left. Acl in the spring of my freshman. Year and i was re having recovering. And i went back to calendar redshirt my sophomore season and i realized that i wasn't in the right place for me. I i really had a great experience with the people and The opportunity to be there to play soccer. But it wasn't. I i knew down. It wasn't the right caught. And so i came home and I was getting myself back together. And i was playing again and i i. I had just decided that i would be going to santa clara. And a like a week. Later i tore my other fields and and so it was about two and a half years of rehabbing and gaining perspective. And you know feeling sorry for myself at times and really trying to figure out. What did the game mean. What the by academics mean. And really what did i want to do with myself so it was. It was the best of times in the worst of times very interesting. My my dad went to santa clara. So i grew up going to those coaching camps at in the late seventies and early eighties and ended up playing football at saint. Mary's please forgive me. The all have different a different pathway. That's for sure. I also i also went to santa clara soccer camp that they use to do that with the earthquakes so that was my first camp experience with santa clara university san jose earthquakes together. I got to spend the night in the dorms. When i was fourteen it was pretty crazy. It's good stuff But anyway. When i when i think about Your time in college and then transferring over to the the women's national team. How hard was it for you when they would say. You know you're a centre-half or why don't you play right fullback income bombing down and putting crosses when went in your mind. You're of a striker. Right so i know you did play some forward for the national team but did it depend on anson or was it. You know tony where. Where were you mostly with the national team. You think well. I in the early days for the first world cup. I was a forward You know. I have The distinction of being one of a few people who scored a handful five goals in one game and So i you know. I was very comfortable in the fourth position. But we had a tremendous amount of forwards on our team crumb michelle akers karen jennings april heinrichs. Mia hamm tiffany milbrett. I mean we. We just were overloaded in the forward Face and i. You know i so i played with anson and then i was let go of the national team after the world cup and tony to chico took the team on Before ninety five. And i you know i. I reached out to him and he said you know. I'm going to stay with the team. That i have you know. Hopefully nothing will happen. But it's so. I'll let you know and i went to japan and played for a year and so i continued playing attacking position and i got invited back a couple of times and then after the ninety five world cup where the us took third place. Tony said I you know. I think we're gonna look at this a little bit differently than what we've been doing so i came into camp and he invited me into two camps that late fall in ninety five while the big pool of national team players were striking against us soccer for contract and during contract negotiations and julie foudy gave me a great caution some great leadership advice. You know she. She let me know that they would take care of what they needed to in the business side of things and i need to go out and do my best on the soccer side of things and then we can be together again and and sure enough she. She was right Tony brought me back and that meeting. That first meeting post that lasts camp was. Hey you're going to be on this team. We really think that you deserve to be here. But not as a forward we're gonna put you as a defender and in that moment. I think we all face these moments in life whether it's on the playing field or in business or in our families we have to make choices and my choice was. I wanted to be on the team and if that meant that. The coach thought that i would help the team the most in back then. That's where i was going to play and as it turned out it was really great. Because i could see what was coming before. Maybe the ford that was opposing me did because that was like role was just thinking that attacking mind base so it really worked out to my benefit very cool and you know i think about where Women's sports is common. of course. there's still a lot of things about equal pay and things like that but last week on the show i had Krieger national harrison and they were talking about their their new child and hurts was pushing A big campaign with them. And i was thinking you know thirty years ago that hurts would never embrace a lesbian couple. They wouldn't celebrate that they had a new child. So i mean baby steps but we're going into we're going in the right direction aren't we. Oh there's no doubt that we're going in the right direction. I mean the conversation has been exhausted. The honest with you it just the fact that he's you know you even said you know thirty years ago we wouldn't have been having the conversation. Maybe even ten years ago we might not have been having a conversation But it's nice to know that we we have come around to That it takes everyone right and they might not look the same or pathways. Aren't the same or even our skill sets aren't the same but together we're clearly better and it would be nice to be done with this conversation. Wouldn't you wouldn't you agree that we can stop talking about the fact that i do the same job as you and we get paid differently That that's a. That's a big problem that we have to overcome. And i'm glad to see that this women's national team is still continuing to have the conversation and you know kind of putting their heels down into the ground and saying you know we. We need this to happen and the fact that we can be an example to everyone not just sports. I think speaks volumes about the type of people that are playing in the women's sports sector very well said so. Save the world. Llc tell us about that because we know during the last year we were disinfecting everything on our hands twenty four hours a day. so what does save the world. Llc doing here well save the world. 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All right thank you for that and By the way we didn't mean to cut off brandy chastain but We were rolling into a break there and she kept going but we always love one brandy stops by as do we when bruce marshall stops by as he does on tuesdays bruce's with the gold sheet in las vegas for all your prognosticating needs and it's always great because we talk. Nhl during this segment since last we spoke the rangers have fired their president john davidson their gm. Jeff gordon chris drury Who was the assistant. Gm is going to be taken over and running things As the season rolls out but It's funny the. It was one day after the rangers released a statement related to the tom wilson incident that said the rangers wrote that they believe george perause. Who's the head of. Nhl safety is unfit to continue Role tsn is saying. That's not the reason they got fired. It's just because the rangers stunk. So what do you have any thoughts on. All this record was funny because last week they re talking about the rangers right before this stuff happened. And what makes curious as we remember a couple of years ago when the rangers the ordered James dolan hill sent that letter out to their fans. Saying we're gonna rebuild. Now be patient like this and you know. They had been in process of doing that now. They had struggled sunday last couple of weeks. But this certainly looks like a panic. Hit your by by the rangers and to be fair it might be more complicated than than Than letting on here that. I know because maybe there's some personal stuff going on which is always a possibility when james don involved personally. I think when they got shut out in those back to back games against the islanders That really eliminated them from any chance of contending for playoffs in the last couple of weeks and shut out in both of those games. That was sort of the last straw. In the wilson. Well it led up to the last straw and Comments about George barrows alert came the last straw but I if i'm a rangers fan now. I'm wondering what the heck's going on here we taught this was. We didn't expect cup this year. Anyway we seem to be on you know on course to building ourselves back into a contender and then you pull the rug out from from the executive On a whim I don't know. I'm a rangers fan. I'm confused now that we know who's in who's out Which of the eliminated teams surprise. You the most. Because i think some people thought dallas was going to have a good year. I know some people thought calgary was gonna do well. What was the team. That surprised you the most by not making it calgary And not in also not really being closed. Although there's still gonna few games enhance could end up being closer than was especially after the coaching. Change and I think this sort of backfired of the flames. I mean With jeff ward. They got into the playoffs. They looked to me like a team. Ready to make breakthrough. Now that i thought adding jacob mark german goal in the off season was really plus They were sort of going back and forth but when they fired ward and may fired after after a win and brought in darryl sutter. I mean that just didn't that worked opposite in sort of took the air out of the tires for this team so calories on this pointing the most. I guess you could say that about dallas too. 'cause they were in the finals last year though i do think the stars got turned sideways by some of the and stuff early in the season they were always gonna face You know there are a couple of games in hand all the way. That's not always good because then the handsome gains pile up late in the season But they just never seemed to. Quite i think for them. The covert thing may have been been the reason but for me. i mean calories. I really thought that make legitimate push this year especially after signing marks from and then the coaching change but neither worked out. We had a question yesterday from robert michigan. Who specifically said. ask bruce. What happens if we get a final where the canadian team and an american team and my answer was will. It's not like they're not going to play. They are gonna play they're gonna make some special dispensations whatever for covid but That was just my assumption. Do you have anything concrete about what the plan is. No i don't yet really a lot of us have been talking on in vegas. A lot of people are wondering what's gonna happen if an advance that far. It wouldn't be until the third round one. You might see canadian team. But after the first two rounds if the sanctions are lifted in candidate and they are pretty tight. And that's You know crossing the border. That's why the bluejays are playing at home and it's why the rafters are way. Their whole season tampa The canadian teams. I don't know that they have an option other than they're going to have to move their games south of the border. And that's just. I mean the american. If the us james cross the border freely And in a playoff that was different in the bubble last year they had time to get up there and then all the restrictions and all would have been left in a if. You don't have two weeks ten days two weeks between visits. They're going to have to relocate south. The board there is no other option. They have been officially announce that yet. I don't see any other option. They ever And if toronto is still playing they're going to have to play the games in buffalo i. That's my gut feel and people around here seem to think that their home games would be probably in buffalo and whoever else Whoever comes out of the The north like that and at that point it would only be one team So if it's stronger buffalo edmonton you know Maybe they I mean who knows what they would end up playing. It's minnesota but there's only gonna be one team. That would be walt after the second round from canada so but there will be one and we'll just have to see what happens a couple more questions for bruce marshall and the gold sheet. When i think about the long-suffering maple leafs fan. I mean you can go through the list and you can look at you know. Carolina tampa bay florida the caps pittsburgh edmonton whoever but. I think this is their best chance to maybe win the whole thing. I'm not saying. I'm putting money on them. But i'm just saying the opportunity is actually there. I don't see anyone who is just going to stomp them out. I think they have a actual chance. What do you think i agree with. And you know in the past. I mean in several times in recent years that i playoff around On the bubble last year was columbus. But before that i mean boston has been a real thorn in toronto side and they just haven't been able to get over that hump and this year. I mean the lane is pretty clear. I mean especially look in the north at this stage Probably montreal in the first round here. And i'm not playing well either is winnipeg the only threat in the north is edmonton and toronto. Would be favored in that series And so i. I could see them at the path of the final. They can't get to the final four this year. I mean they're never going to do it. We've said before. I think adding joke. Gordon was a big plus. I think they needed that in the locker room In the post babcock era. And i thought that team blacked a little bit of maturity last year Is shown. keep as more of a buddy at the players. They need somebody to get everybody straight. I think thornton's done that. And the goaltending jack. Campbell has been a revelation this year In in goal he's great in there. Anderson had go down to the point where they may let dennis and may walk after the season. They may think they've got their goal in campbell. They'd have to probably add another veteran. But that's been another thing to campbell's been such a nice surprise for them so if they can't do it this year at least get to the final four this year and i want to say that's only happened once i think i think it was a ninety three the last several decades to get on the brink of the final it. I'm not sure what's going to happen but it has to happen this year. You mentioned the haves who snuck in of. I was just thinking. Who's the worst team in the playoffs for. You is the jets. The the haves or maybe saint louis I'm gonna say hand although winnipeg's recent four right now winnipeg might be the worst because if only one one of their last chance. So they're hitting the postseason cold that you kind he saw. Winnipeg winnipeg was going while this year. They look pretty good and you got big. Ten goalie sodas. Montreal have find in goal but they have just done nothing since switched to dominate. The show. I think that was another panic. Move one other one note. Though i mean montreal has ten overtime losses this season a lot of those shootouts. Don't have shoot outs in the Playoffs here so maybe. That'll work in montreal fair but i think right now it's probably one of those to see lewis still the core of a team that won the cup two years ago so i think they're supposed to and then more question. Who's your your dark horse like who's lurking. I mentioned team like boston. Who did well to trade deadline you know edmonton those sharpshooters who's a dark horse for ville his play as well as anybody. The last two months. i'm not sure what these last two wins over. Carolina mean but that's the first round matchup and they hadn't won the first six vs carolina. Czars has been as good as any in the league the last couple of months. They've sort of changed their style on the fly here. It's a heavy hidden for checking team now which it wasn't earlier in the year and As a long shot play in the playoffs and they're coming in pretty hot. I'd watch all right I mentioned the gold see. Gold sheet dot com. What's going on down there. Thanks check us out online and gold see dot com. Got all the stuff we still got. Nba regular season through next week. And then we'll get into blast but we have the publication every day through the regular season. Good write ups began these games and then of course you make picks on everything including soccer everyday gold sheet dot com picks also vegas insider and don best gold seat dot com. Check it out. Bruce marshall from vegas everybody bruce as always thanks for your time and expertise momentum. Thanks rick rectal. 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They said that the The rangers Of the other fans were just super polite and you think about the rangers. They never won a world series. In fact the next year they would be within one out several pitches and choke it to saint louis or that berkman and freeze and those guys Now anaheim. I went to all seven of those games in two thousand and one two thousand and two and That's where a guy threatened to kill me so The scumbag california fans. I guess i'm one too but Not polite at all. But anyway i have to Apparently before you go in you have to prove that you have had a negative test in the last forty eight hours or show that you are fully vac st- so i guess i'll go through that rigmarole I'm not going in as a journalist in quotes my Buddy just Texted me last night and His parents are like you know. Eighty and like my mom and dad are going. They got a pot of four. What are you doing after your show. We got some amazing seeds behind the giants. Deng out and i was like what the hell i go. 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Weekly Zeitgeist 47 (Best of 10/22/18-10/26/18)

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Weekly Zeitgeist 47 (Best of 10/22/18-10/26/18)

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I mean since leaving since living in LA, I see lines and lines of people just outside sneak Stolz what I called trainers. Uh-huh. Are your shoes guys? Yeah. Yeah. I I don't get that. It's because of the re it's a few things. It's there was a recent study by some kind of psychological journal that was saying that materialism is like exponentially rising with younger people in. Yeah, you're right. It's so weird because I noticed on like Instagram you see like fourteen year old kids wearing like basically the equivalent of like fourteen hundred dollar outfits of like expensive street wear brands. Right. And like they have like a Louis Vuitton supreme leather jacket on the first day of sophomore year of high school. And you're like, okay. When you clearly your family is it because is it because like we now live in reality where we actually live online. Right. And it's like Syms. You've got like these characters the characters on mine, and they've got like these beautiful sneakers and t shirts like, ooh, the comedy likes. I can get your avatar. But I think also I mean, I've been a huge sneaker head since I since I could ever afford to buy my own shoes. And the game has changed. It used to be just. The people who really liked the sneakers and they wear them. And that was all good. And then the as they gained value, the reseller market came up, and that caused a lot of people now to just buy things simply to just make a profit of buying these things and then profiting off these other people who are then the second market was like the materialistic people with disposable income where there for the Instagram flex. Yeah. It's all the games all fucked up. Right. Yeah. I think it I think it's like Instagram, and the fact that I don't know the corporate America figured something out because during the nineties there was such a thing as selling out, and then that just went away corporate, America figured out. Like, oh, we need to do this to infiltrate their psyches. Now kids are like selling out. Yeah. I wish I wish fucking like I wish they would buy me. Yes. I just don't get it. I if you enjoy para sneakers, I want judge you for that. Like the for me, the idea of like meeting someone and looking at because I look people in the eye and the idea of looking down louche head. Ooh. Ooh. Ooh. Look at those. What are those we talk? Yeah. Right. Damn. Where'd you get those? Yeah. I mean, I have never waited in line mostly of just off the principle of it. I just don't feel like that's something you wait in line like camp out for snake? Yeah. Just fucking. If you can't get them to whatever and do people use Botts like that's another thing. People use like they buy their like algorithm programs that will like instantly by something like forced by a product for you online because everyone's trying to buy something. But if you have bought you haven't been it's the games fucked up like I said, yeah, I'm not above it. And also I've been judging kids by their sneakers since I was ten. Yeah. Balch camp basketball camp, especially because like there wasn't like cool gear that you could have other shoes. We got those CB thirty four Barclay Airmax. Right. I remember being like catching myself as a kid being like, wait, you're being wildly superficial. Oh, yeah. I remember that you're wack look at your shish shoes. Actually that makes sense now in America in America. You don't have school uniforms day. Right. What depends if you go to. But I went to I went to uniform school, right? So sneakers were like my one way to try it for missions because in the UK, regardless of his public or private we'll have school uniform. So you're not allowed to have like trainers or anything most Nikiel even down to the shoes. Berries, very strict rule that you have to dress shoes or something. Yeah. So I didn't think about actually this is like a self status symbol in in solo. Yeah. And that's why a lot of public schools began to do uniforms too because they're like free dresses like too much of a distraction for some kids. It's starting. But also, it's like, you know, it makes you feel Shaef you'll poll hundred percent. Yeah. Yeah. When kids pull up in fourteen hundred dollar outfits, and you know, you just rocking some regular shift. You're doing just the broad outline school uniform where it's like, okay. You have to have a white shirt, and like black khakis or something like that. Yeah. You know, the Blackie's well-known Blackie's isolate that sound bite. I feel like that can get you in trouble. My cousin went to this all girls school in Los Angeles. And it was like a school uniform. But because there were like you could like sort of color inside the lines and a little bit outside the lines. Like, then it was like there were three pieces of clothing that you like had to get that everybody had. And then like it was like the dope like white shirt, or whatever it was. Right. And like the designer like it just like lessens the number of things that you can do. And so the focus becomes even more intense. What what who the designer is or what the tags has or whatever you always had to go to like a uniform shop that was like some industrial part bright, and it was called like sue mills or Dennis uniform company. Right. And like you'd be there, and like it it was a racket to where like the schools are making money they were making in like manner, or whatever. Yeah. You gotta make your uniform impossible to make look cool. The only way we could flex is changed the color of your undershirt of your polo. Oh nice. And then they then they catch on like, you can only be black or white because I wear like orange or like we're could flag Swiss a beautiful lexicon. Right. It doesn't have to be on the app side. You'd be you'd be the coolest teacher feB tell you about. Might be great teachable. I was an awful student like gentleman why not use all lexicon. So let's talk about Trump's relationship with journalists. Because as we've talked about earlier last week, the journalist Jamal kashogi was murdered by the Saudi his physically by Mohammad bin Salman and his handlers. Like, there's footage of his main dude walking in the day of the murder and Trump has used this opportunity to and Trump late last week admitted that yeah, the Saudi probably goes pretty high up that inside e Arabia, and they're probably responsible, and he was murdered. But he's not laying off first of all he's not committing to any actual reaction or any consequences. But he's also just not stopped talking shit about journalists. Yeah. In general. Yeah. Hit a rally in Montana last week. And some people might not remember this. But in the build up to the twenty sixteen election, there's this guy. Greg Gianforte from out there. He body slammed a guardian reporter who was just asking him a question, and yeah, he so agro and unfit for office. He WWE this, dude. And he still won. Because that's just the reality. Some people live in where that is cool. But then at this rally Trump was sort of like, yeah, he's my kinda guy or like anyone who can do a boo body slam somebody's my kind of guy and just sort of, you know, letting people know he cosigns these kinds of violent attacks on journalists. And yeah, when you couple that with just sort of his total inaction with the show G thing is just like, okay. So we're seeing now that he's slowly letting us embrace a world where we're like really just just gonna I don't know if this turns into like the rationalization for you'll will be like, well, I think that journalists deserved to be attacked rating. That's where we're slowly going to go. Yeah, they're very slowly. But they are actually. In the process of moving in that direction. So while Trump is not saying anything about Hushovd g deserving it. And by the way, we talked on earlier episode about how the thing that got Hushovd g like the order of silence from a Mohammed bin Salman was him talking shit about the Trump administration. So Trump is basically directly implicated in this dudes death. Trump is not saying anything out loud. But hardline Republicans and conservative commentators are issuing basically a whisper campaign that's designed to, you know, protect President Trump from people saying that he should be more hardline on Saudi Arabia, and you know, to make Heche. Oh, gee, look, bad n-. Yeah. Villain this standard shit. Just like when they're on armed young black men killed oh that was a man in a young man's body. Or this dude is a thug or he had a fuck in. He was in a photo with gun once right or both John had weed in his fucking house when the police officer came into his fucking. House and shot him dead. Like, this is just the same shit. Just smear. The victim trying. Eliminate any empathy going in that direction and be like. Yeah. So once we just smear the shit out of this, dude. Then it'll be easier for people to swallow. The fact that you just did fuck all and we continue this relationship was twenty two when all the Republicans shot about fucking sharia law and all this stuff, and he's like fully embracing the same. I I don't know. I just can't wrap my head around all this shit right now, and it's starting to become a little overwhelming. But well, you know, when you when you're selling stuff and you'll get an commission, right? Trump's saw how many how many billions of dollars of weapons as he sold to Saudi Arabia. Well, right now, the the big deal he wants one ten right now. And I think with another like two or three hundred billion coming down the pipeline over like ten years. So when you go client, he's going to get you big commission. Can I can I kiss? You pain is play. Subsidies doing well, he loves money, and that's all he then that's his God. His money's God is his money. So as long as we're talking about. Really shitty. Is we all know that Trump must be so sad. Right. Right. What kind of life? Does the like we all know that at some point? Yeah. Money's useful. You're gonna pay some bills. But most people I know once you've got maxima hundred grand in the Bank econo- donate anymore. And that's a lot money to law of money. Yeah. Guys need some money. Yeah. Writing surrounded by cold 'cause I know in his fantasy world he pulls up to the Academy Awards, and it was like Donald Trump and Razi comes out. No. But I'm not. But you know, he wants he's so deeply wants the of the attention or the approval of traditional celebrities like all the ones like the deniro's of the guy's a fucking asshole. Or whatever. Like, if he had that he would be like among Dan, I think that's what's killing him a inside slowly to is like because you can tell the shit that he he wants to be part of the crowd that he is part of. That's why he talks so ill of his own supporters. Sometimes secretly, he's like other slobs. Yeah. This place sucks at the same time. I think if he got any of the things he thinks he wants it you'd never know miserable. Yeah. He's just got that the world's biggest black hole in the middle of his soul. What have you got all new hair though? What if he's acting? I can get your hair hairline back to when you were nine years old, then I think he'd finally. Wrong hug. Yeah. Come come in. It's okay. You fucked up quite a long, right? Let's fix some things. And I think another thing to point out as a knick super producer stuff was pointing out was this sort of the the Tien and relationship of like Kushner and his need for money for his building. Which is still on a six six six what the fuck is the address Fifth Avenue Fifth Avenue, or whatever he's got that they have their own little WhatsApp group that they talk in and, you know, the relationship with the Saudis because of their oil production is one that is further complicates things and adds other dimensions to this for example as Anna hose slides me this note, like oil prices already going up, and that's already pissing Trump off like what are we going to? It's. Yeah. Whatever. So I mean the specific things that are being. Equivalent of a Facebook post where the you know, lack kid who got shot by the cops with smoking weed the equivalent of that for hedgehog G is that he was tied to the Muslim Brotherhood like early in his career like once said something that was vaguely positive about them and has since spent his career talking about like speaking out against things like that. And then he was also embedded as a reporter covering Osama bin Laden, and like a really huge get to actually let go and travel around with Obama bin Laden and report on that. And now Donald Trump junior is like, yeah, he was palling around with a with Osama bin Laden, and there's like Fox News shows that are saying Kush. Oh, gee was tied to the Muslim Brotherhood. Well, yeah. It just shows you how they're willing to fucking do anything. Yeah. To to just all in the name of of money. I I agree that we should have some journalists which ones call him out. Okay. Well, let's say all these in magazines in these things, right? Those aren't journalists. Everybody call themselves journalists like do they not know if I met somebody who was like, I'm a journalist? I go who do you write for and they go ok magazine. I would say get the fuck out of my face. Isn't that like is not type of journalism like oh? So what's K Perry up to look how how fun I guess by like, I mean, if you're if you're just merely just looking at pictures and commenting, I don't know if that makes you a journalist I don't understand why people are annoyed to people trying to find the truth. Familias fascinating. He's trying to find the truth and make them world. Number two. Well, people are just to their eagles or too fragile. And I think at some level, especially if you're doing bad shit on some level. Some people do know that what they're doing is wrong in a journalist only brings that mirror up to your face. And I think that's a sensation. People like that just do not want to experience at all, you know, for flex from. Yeah. So producer on a hose NIA. You look like you have something to say about I just wanted to add that he's basically being punished for being a journalist who had access to the Muslim Brotherhood and bin Laden who was out there doing very dangerous job, which is reporting both sides of what was happening in the Middle East when it comes to like terrorism and extremist groups, it's something that most people are not capable of doing and he was able to get in there interact with bin Laden interact travel with the Muslim Brotherhood and see what was happening with his own eyes and report on it, which is not something you necessarily should be punished for. Because it's kind of a very fascinating angle that we as people in America who mostly mainstream media will never understand or learn about unless someone's out there. And it's it's crazy that he basically is being smeared with that with us the point. That's the point they wanna obscure it. They're trying to remove the fact that he is a journalist. They're just saying he's a terrorist. You actually described was really good journalism. Yes, he'll showing two sides of the story because there's always two sizes, and and he got ego. And I also wanna make a point that if he was someone who did get involved with the actual terrorism aspect of the people he was with he would not in deep in writing for the Washington Post. He would not have gotten as far as he has a Washington Post doesn't give columns to like terrorists. It doesn't really work like that. It means his work was worth enough value for him to get as far as he did. And I think that's what's getting completely disregarded in this whole situation. Well, that's I think everyone who understands what the reality of the situation is all knows that. But this is such a sad attempt at trying to just like us. He's really suspect arguments to read to quite him to a terrorist. Let's say he was a sh like a fucking wild liar journalist, or whatever the fact is he's exercising. His right to free speech either way. And I don't think he wasn't. Saying anything that was necessarily slanderous or whatever. It just the fact that he was exposing things and that was suppressed in that cost him his life. No, I don't. I don't know government kill someone. That's a bit crazy. They kill the one. That knows something. Of course, they know people who are a threat or who can get other people to wake up does. He end the end of the conversation. Surely, why we always everyone debate about wh who is the person we're not they are. They're just they're trying to use like familiar, Don move on in this case, I feel like it's the most insecure of governments because when you put a thirty year old and charge the whole time. He hasn't built up his skin to be like, nah, it doesn't matter. What they say. I'm the one that's in charge. That's what matters right. You have a thirty year old who probably reads Twitter see shit about him. And it's just like well fuck that. I would not have this. I will make sure that man is dead because he looked at me the wrong way. Literally, the it's the quivalent of he stepped on my shoes. And now he's dead because I run this powerful regime, and that's the way I want it. It is like a child child president well king. Exactly. He's all. Also trying to impress a guy who is the most insecure human being on the world in in the world who is our president. And so he, you know. I think tiny weenies does. Yeah. I just don't think it should be underrated that he told kashogi to be silent after he criticized Donald Trump. That's crazy. Don't fuck much echo. Everybody when they came into work today, if they're horror fans Marlena avenue asked you yet. I don't think but oh, no. We don't have a single horror fan in the office. And I think it's interesting because I think it's the most like social society bound of our movies like in two hundred years when people look back at our movies horror movies are going to seem the weirdest. It's like, okay. That person's wearing a mask and like walking around and stabbing young women to death. Like, it's just I don't know. Yeah. In this case, a giant mentally ill person and a blank mask walks around murdering people in the most inefficient ways possible and like booby traps, the house with their bodies that just seems like a weird dream, right? But it's very popular. It's also weird because so I always follow the box office, and this was a huge success and boxoffice Mojo talks about like exit tracking and like what audiences thought and it got to be plus which. Is usually not that good for a huge hit movie like this. But they're saying it's actually really good for a horror movie that I gotta be plus it gotta be plus which is not usually very good. Like if a normal blockbuster got a plus they'd be like, it's not tracking very well for like word of mouth and the other big horror hit from earlier this year was hereditary which did really well based on word of mouth and that had a D audience rating. Oh, so it's it's this kind of riddle about like, what is it that we love about horror movies because of the negative experience. It's like the more negative the experience the better. It is. Sure. But yeah, I don't know. It's also more like it's tied to our anxieties. I was really into slasher movies when I was like eight and nine years old. I asked my dad to take me to see Friday, the thirteenth eight Jason takes Manhattan. My ninth birthday know what it's called? Yes. It is. Oh was that four after Muppets take Manhattan? It was after it was like, hey, look this fun. Play vary on purple, wait. They were taking shots at Muppets, man. I think so. Yeah. Wow. I like that too. Like, you don't fuck these Muppets Jason's up in Manhattan, and by the way. So my dad eventually saw Friday thirteenth seven on TV. And was like, oh, I can't take you to this grace. This is so fucked up, what's what's wrong with you? And then I think he became very concerned about me. But I think it was because then like at a certain point like two years later, I just wasn't interested in those movies anymore. And I think it was like a like something to do with like psycho sexual developmental thing. Because like I was really into watching like giant hawking maniacs. Stab women to death. Like, I don't know what the fuck that was. And then I was like over it. And then you started collecting sickly animals. Can't go back. Only forward teams. Sekhmet hadn't for five years before Jason. Yeah. So the Jason thing was supposed to be cheeky construction always air like someone takes Manhattan was I don't know his Muppets, the first one whatever it was pretty sure it's just Muppets. For you Jason. Yeah. Way to go. I just delta most of that movie takes place on a cruise ship. So I just hate being I'm so laid back that if a movie starts trying to fuck with me, I'm like, oh, you're trying to take me out of my zone relic thrillers. And should I like ten Lamis thriller? I don't like like type shit. No, sir. I mean, some, but usually when I watch it it's always a bunch of people. Like, hey, let's check this out, and I will, but I'm never seeking a horror film. Yeah. Unless it's it's mortgage experience in film. Yeah. And I think that's what it is. Just sitting there kind of losing my shit. Right. Right. Not eating popcorn. And I guess his whole point soda. Just terrible anxiety on like the lesson. I want is a ninety minute just hit of fuckin-, straight, anxiety and fear. But you know, I guess I can't I just can't change my perception of the films a little bit. Well, there's this kind of loose study done about a horror movies that come out during Republican versus democratic administrations, and they found that more vampire movies came out during democratic administrations and more zombie movies came out during Republican administrations, and the theory is that when you're scared of Republicans, you're scared of zombies. And when you're scared of Democrats, you're scared vampires because they sort of like, the groaning masses represents what Democrats think about Republican voters and vampires being like weird sexual deviant Europeans is what Republicans fear about Democrats. And I just feel like it's the most direct tie between like entertainment and what? Our like society is thinking about and worrying about right? Yeah. Because you can definitely map all kinds of social things to so many of these movies that were coming out. Yeah. I I guess that can make sense. But are you talking are they talking and you may not have the answer bar? They talk in all empire movie. That are like all the scary movies were impairment because I feel like an Obama twilight was happening. And it wasn't scary. It was vampires. But it wasn't. It wasn't scary. Yeah. I mean it at the same time. It was like young people going to see the hip new vampire, and their parents were probably like don't see that hip vampire, like it kind of maps to Obama like young people are into this vampire. Well, you know, the Republican payrolls they would take into Cal all vampiric content. Yeah, they did. And it was just like a slight statistics upward trend. I just think it's more interesting to like think about how horror movies map to our. Social issues and social anxiety, as I mean, I think Michael Myers is interesting because I was reading about the design of his mask, and they were just talking about the importance of it being blank, just like a blank expression because like the black mask in drama theory is like the thing that allows you to project your own like inner thoughts and feelings onto something. So I'd imagine that Michael Myers would be more popular at times when we're particularly anxious, and the fact that he's unprecedentedly popular the Halloween movie broke all sorts of records this weekend might just have to do with that. There's more anxiety just general anxiety in our culture right now. Super producer next dump just pointed out that it's Danny McBride who co wrote it along with his directing partner, he did not know that now I. I don't think it's supposed to that makes sense. But they're just a big Halloween fans. And I mean, this is the second huge success in two years with get out coming out from a Jordan Peele. So and I think that humor is often based on anxiety as a quarter movies. So, you know, they're two different ways of getting at the same sort of cultural stuff. Well, we're craftsmen at tension. Right. Exactly. Yeah. Yeah. And one you puncture the tension with a punchline and the other you puncture it with an actual cutting tool in a horror movie. I see what you did. All right. We're gonna take a quick break. We'll be right back. Miles. You've heard of robinhood having my favorite Kevin Costner film. And Morgan Freeman has the painted man rate accent work by him. But no, I'm actually talking about a phone application. Yes. Robin Hood is actually an investing app that lets you buy and sell stocks options. Cryptos, you know, all your market stuff. See I like that. Because I see a lot of people getting involved with cryptos in the market. What have you? 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And now there's another op-ed for this guy. I may be pronouncing his name wrong, Adam Laxa it. He's he's running for governor in Nevada. He's the Republican candidate. And his family members published an op Ed in the Reno gazette being like, please don't vote for our brother. He's full of shit essentially is what it boils down to their like for starters man's claiming. He's from Nevada. First of all, yes, he was born in Reno. And then we move the fuck out there when he was a baby and lived in DC for all of our lives. He only moved back in two thousand thirteen when he wanted to become a politician next point he acts like he's so folksy dude have and then like they're bringing up this thing that he did like the Basque fry which was like some, you know, they had like hay bales and things, and this is the thing they're talking about how like he has like this fake aura is from a quote from it. Adam is dressed in a quote, western shirt monogrammed with his campaign logo, quote, work, boots, and jeans that look like they were ordered off Amazon the week before if Adam is elected governor these values will be put in danger. So they're talking about how he's just a train wreck. They just go down a list, and it just show. It shows you that people are starting to sort of get fed up with other people's bullshit to because they're just be like man like. Before it was fine. When he was just trying to be a politician or whatever. But I think they're seeing how aggressively full of shit some people are like I'm sorry. I have to I have to air. This dude starts this too much. Yeah. And you gotta start snitching star snitching because because just like people just like the Germans were like man, somebody turned our family into the Nazis. You can do the shit on the left to be like homeboy is not a liberal at all this dude is straight up saying that he bought Tom's. But he don't wear Tom TOMS to work, and then he goes home, and he puts on baby ostrich and small small African children who get beat up by small Asian children paid to do that. We need. Why people? You gotta start snitching. Dude, y'all got to start snitching dude, be super creepy. Don't don't wait until people come forward. Don't wait till you're black friend is like that person's a little racist. Don't wait for your girlfriend. Be like that dude's a little creepy. Start snitching. Gosh, we think something big is happening in the news. I can't quite put my finger on it it. Well, the secret service at intercepted some explosive devices that were addressed to the Obamas Clinton's CNN studios in New York. And they say these are nearly identical devices to the ones that was mailed to George Soros, the liberal boogeyman that the the right loves to portray all the time. And then this list kinda got longer so on the last few days suspicious, potentially explosive packages have been sent to those people. In addition to Xia director, John Brennan, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, who's the DNC chair extra Torney general Eric Holder camera Harris, Maxine Waters, just in they many, and wow, I'm Pamela, Maxine as well. And I'm trying to think how like what's the connect? Like, what do all these things have in common? And I couldn't quite figure it out. And I was like wait a second. That's right. These are all people. Who are on the receiving end of the president's violent rhetoric about attacking his enemies political enemies his locker up rhetoric when it comes to Hillary Clinton. His journalists are the enemy of the people rhetoric and now is not American. We're seeing this play out because again people like, oh, well, he's just that's what he says. It's what he says is there's just words are just words. But guess what these words have a direct impact on people? And there's clearly someone or a group of people who have clearly taken his words to heart because now they're acting on it in potentially violent ways. I mean, luckily known was hurt. And you still wonder I mean, like the people I named are probably like the front row of Trump's like hater team. But there are so many other people on the receiving end of that that you wonder like how many other people could be at risk in and what this capable people like people like Jim hill and Colin Kaepernick don't have. Yeah. Well, here's the thing to the other people right is for instance, take crews ran this political ad today where he's walking through a grocery store and people are yelling at him like get outta here. We don't like you, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. And that he ends it with Texas tough. Right. And there's this whole rhetoric in and and dialogue about, you know, the Democrats in the left finally. Finally, yelling us, the violent left and the flip side to that. Like, that's what you want to worry about fine. If y'all can't take some people saying, hey, we don't want you in our restaurant, or that's what I to you fine. The flip side that we have to worry about is people taking our lives. And that is what the flip side is whether it is people killing black people 'cause on the train stations or people send him bombs to Democrats and people who are getting hit by getting hit by cars in that it and in the fact that that is not even something that they are willing to talk about. Well, they know that's their shame. That's the shame of this whole game kicking case that they were gonna burn crosses in black districts on the way to voting and I two things to that. One is like I was on Twitter looking about this a little morning because looking at responses from people, and what's crazy about the far? Right to me is that there wasn't like a, hey, we obviously disagree with these people, but we shouldn't be throwing bombs to them. It was immediate. Jumped to conspiracy theories. And it was like the dams are doing this on purpose to make it look like we're doing it, which means that they're trying to get out the vote because they're trying to suppress the vote for I was like you're just jump into a conspiracy theory that some democratic person is doing this to like it's a conspiracy theory. And it's like why is the far right? So prone to conspiracy theories pizza gate and shit. Like, I think they're unable to own the flaws of some of the people that support them in all of the sch- the platform that they're built on is just built on hatred and one Senator even said, this is probably a damn who's doing this is it is not it is a conspiracy theory. But that's not the root of it. The root of it is the fact that they don't want to have the real conversation. It's like, oh, yeah. The dams are doing this. Instead of no, we are creating this rhetoric in this you over at four on your hands. There's blood on our hands. Right. That's why you'll never hear pundits on the right? Even on Fox News there like they were at first like, okay. We'll look into this. Sometime like on drudge they were saying like, oh, the White House even got sent one to try and make it seem like, hey, everybody was getting it. But that was that was debunked or at least they're were saying that that report wasn't actually verified. And. Yeah, when you look at some conservative pundits. Now in the aftermath of all these explosive devices showing up there saying shit like this is an anti fa false flag attack. Or that this is like all the other fake hate crimes that they say that the right is behind and like, and they'll be like, and they're all fake just so, you know, and then even Rush Limbaugh is out here doing the same thing to I'm saying like this is a fake attack. Or just saying like, of course, they're doing this to make us look bad because they're trying to drum up support for midterms. How I mean that is just the height of absurd is a disregard for life. And you know, nobody's saying when democratic yells at or somebody on the left yells at a public office person at a restaurant. They're not saying oh best stage because that doesn't. Affect life that affects comfort right and this threatening to kill people that affects life, and they don't care about that is about power is about money is about staying in office is about it's about fear of being second. And that is the problem will. Yeah. Now, they're making that existential threat of lost status is now turning into them, creating an existential threat of like violence their lives now, and that's the entire game plan, which is like you say, the people who are morally outraged to are expressing their moral outrage policies, they're weaponising that to say, they're violent see what they're doing to us without acknowledging what provoked this moral outrage and another thing too is that's now just being like, okay, we need to vilify in dehumanize are political rivals to begin for people to even seeing them as not human which leads to behavior like this where they're like. Oh, well, I'm will. Going to make an attempt to harm or injure somebody because this is the diet. I'm on the rhetoric. I'm consuming all the time. And I really feel like, you know, p places like FOX, and you know, other middle the or not that other foxes middle of the road. And you know, more centrist news outlets really have to begin analyzing what the president's words like have been on a continuum and looking at that and say this is how we're getting here. Because all we're all he's beating his base is a we gotta lock her up, or you know, these people they're animals, we gotta do something about him. Yeah. When you say that over and over, they gotta call ideas. They're not calling allies Leuser saying president claims. Like, no, you know, what to lie. Yeah. So guys say president lies president lies because that's what he did. He lied. So when when when they when president says this, and this and this happens, and they're all allies. The media keeps president makes this claim to know. He lied say that he lied, and I want to bring this up with kind of different kind of the same. You bought up Ted Cruz? This thing's been on my mind so much. I can't understand like the blatant hypocrisy that just gets Ted and Trump right now are gone this campaign to make fun of how betas name is not actually beta. Right. And when his name is Rafael, but Ted's name is Rafael and he brushed by Ted right to sound more, Texas. I do understand how you can be at a Ted Cruz rally and cheer for the line where Ted Cruz makes fun of Beethoven's. Well, you going by a nickname? Well, I can't understand how can you cheer for that? And I go well, the guy were watching is doing the same thing. Yeah. Well, here's the thing with that. And it goes to even connected to this with the violence in. And that is a is a is a one side or the other thing. Right. If we do it as okay, if you're doing this wrong type thing, right? So if you do it if you change your name, you're doing if an affair years reasons, if I do it I'm doing for love, and because I want to relate and all this stuff like that the same with Donald Trump in the far right saying, oh, if they yell in our faces there via. Left there the violent left, but then at a rally last week when the journalist body slam somebody wasn't that. Great. And you wanna Russell hill. Right. You know, because if we do it is for reason that's for patriotism in country back in two thousand sixteen. Well, yeah. Greg Gianforte body signed. But he talked about I liked that exactly. But, but if we L your face, we're fine again, it's because they have to absolve themselves of any guilt. Yeah. Or any any responsibility in this? It's always like, I don't I don't know what's going on there there there while now, I don't know. I'm just doing my thing. And again, this sort of vilification and fear campaign that they used to just sort of unify their base. It's bleeds into also this migra Kerr migrant caravan that's coming up through Central America in Mexico towards the US order filled with MS thirteen where again, it's the same tactics. Where it's trying to obscure what the reality is to the point to not to be. Begin to see these people as not human beings. But as violent people who are hell bent on your destruction at Middle Eastern and Brown person in Indian person. It bothers me that even the left is saying things that they're trying to defend, but it's just like insidious racism. I saw a lot of things today that we're like even when they're saying, oh, there's clearly no middle easterners in that thing. Right. It's like a disparaging term. It's like as if it's like it's like it's like no Trump's there's no middle easterners coming in one. That was like why is everyone so mad that this migrant caravans coming in? And they're the ones that are going to cut your lawns and clean, your dishes and do your thing. And I'm like or they can teach your kids, and I was like, I I get your point. But that's pretty insidiously racist as well. Like, the, you know, the amount of like you're saying like one of the claims has been that it's filled with Middle Eastern people coming in here in ISIS members who are part of this caravan 'cause they're doing like a Trojan horse type thing and again. That is that all came out of the Guatemalan President last week just said, oh, we arrested like one hundred people who we've we saw were connected with ISIS that was before. Like this caravan story started to gain traction. And that was but that claim was totally unfounded and unverified. But again, they heard this person they said, oh, well, okay. Guatemala said ISIS that means people are coming from what okay we can lump that together and complain this to like ISIS needs to come through Mexico. The nine eleven hijackers had passports from Saudi Arabia. I don't understand why we are they flew here. Right. They got on airplanes, and they flew here from your ally country, Mr. Trump or Saudi Arabia, mister, that's the country you love so much and how come when we did the whole Muslim like that whole. What's it called were? They like blacked-out certain countries of Muslim able to come here. Saudi Arabia was not on that. Yeah. Listen, they had sixteen out of the eighteen hijackers. So what are you talking about like what they flew here? They don't need to coming saying. We we can't get too outraged by this because this is such a predictable game. Yeah. It's just, you know, not surprised we can we can sit here and poke poke holes in the logic of all their arguments all day because everything is illogical and only appeals to people's just base fears, just it's the worst in people, and again, and we have in the problem is right that these shitty misinformation like this misinformation campaign or these lies they because they gain traction with the right other media outlets have to report on them. Because so many people are talking about it that it begins to like, Linda air of credibility to it. Because see N N has to be like, well, they're saying there's Isan that's not true. And sadly it pulls the no everage direction that is completely ridiculous. Like, again, even Pence like two days ago said, oh, I spoke to the Honduran president. And he said, basically. That this was being funded by the Venezuelans in organized by leftist groups now the organizer of the caravan is a former Honduran lawmaker Bartolo Quintas, and he's like, yeah. This has nothing to do with Venezuela. Because let me tell you something the Hindu and present he can't be real about. Why people are leaving at like three hundred day, it's because of the rampant violence and corruption that's happening under his watch. And you think he's going to be there? And be like, hey, I'm a shitty president. So everybody wants to get the fuck out. And the US government is propping me up because there are military installations here like that's why it's so clear why then you just have to pivot to okay, let's make this thing. Look as evil as possible. So people can just hop on board with Zina, phobic agenda. And obscure the fact that these are human beings Lou are fleeing their countries, you don't these. I doubt any of these people want to leave, especially if there was an if their countries were stable. I don't think they're like all would love to leave my home. Yeah. I met a love to leave my family. But the situation is to is is untenable, and we're not we're not. Our guest on the right? They don't even acknowledge that sort of basic human urge to avoid pain and seek prosperity is the fair thing. You know, it is. Yes care about. You know, this is why you need us an office because we can pretend right from this. But there's nothing to I don't want to say there's nothing to protect us from because there are obviously things to protect us from. Guys with guns. People Sunday mother fucking bombs to people let's worry about that. Well, again, and that's why the other reason please you have people on the right? Like Rush Limbaugh. Like, he's like, well, this had to have been the Democrats in his argument was because our people don't do stuff like that. And you're like, okay. So y'all are in full on delusion shot up those churches in South Carolina. Right who shut up the Las Vegas. I mean, look this is a again, this is what happens when they begin to see their power slip a little bit. And you have to do everything you can to try end. I mean, you know, look, I get it. I get it. You know, I used to play a little basketball baseball, we play basketball more, and you know, back when I found out much was slipping a little bit. You know, a foul. Mainly people bomb, you know. And before we started playing, you know, I would be talking about game. Like, y'all won't this jump a man I jumped eleven feet, you know, knowing I can't right? And just so people think like, oh, let's keep him out the pain less, you know, and then trying to add to the perception trying to add to the perceptual. We'll see maybe we'll we'll have to see you on the court. Yeah. Small dogs. Bark the loudest. Exactly. Well, again, you know, this is just all this is this is the year of our Lord twenty eighteen things that are happening. All right. We're gonna take another quick break. We'll be right back. Hey, here's a question mile. It's very aggressive. But how did you sleep last night? I slept. 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Well, no because they think is ten but to based on your air L your earner coach through five so they're like they're like, it's ten. I'm like, nah, I'm in a lay it's seven I hate you write them all the reason I bring this up is that there was like a study done of robo calling. It is up like nearly double from last year like the amount of calls people get whether it's for political stuff or like reminders for thing mine's insurance on my back or we'll see that's where the other ones come in. Where it's like, they're just finesse scams. Be like you'll the IRS nine thousand dollars gift cards to pay off your debt or. Other ones would be like we wanna save you on a new solar thing investment. So I was just I was I get so many to the point that I like if you listen to the show, I'm sure they're times, you can hear my phone go off in usually it's a fucking robocall. But they were putting it in the context. So right now there was a record of four point four billion robocalls received in September. So that breaks down to one thousand seventeen hundred robo calls a second, okay or one hundred forty seven million calls per day. It was only three hundred million Americans. Yeah. That'd be getting their people multiple times. There. Yeah, they got they got Chris. And like if you have I we did this one culture kings were I picked up the phone and call them back and did a whole segment about continues. Yeah. It is wild. Jay. How has some of the scams? How of those scares operate and how obvious it is. Well, yeah. But that's the thing. They're usually preying on like elderly people don't who don't have the the savvy to question like the technology or the methodology. I always know is an Indian do because they say my name correctly. It'd be like may speak to Mr. bays odd w and I'm like, oh, you're calling from goodra. They were not calling from Kentucky know, no clue to speak to Mr. bizarre, Dabo. And I'm like, oh was good. Well, you know, the, but they also did analysis of like the areas that are getting the most calls and some I make sense like they're bigger areas like LA in New York. But then other ones are like Atlanta has by far the most robo calls in terms of like the like in terms of area code stats four oh four is the hottest era. Go robocalls, which I guess because here. Well, I I wonder. Oh, I see. Literally. Yeah. It's ludicrous. Autumn hold area. Matter of fact, three one five to one six seven eight three. Oh one, but this oath real one call in Maryland to ring to you like. You know, like, I think for Atlanta could make sense because there's a huge governor's race there. And there could be money pouring in for like elections in like, then Dallas in Houston that could also be because elections are very important in that state. But then it starts starts to trickle down. And then you see like Miami. Also, another big state going on with governor race, then it's LA New York, Dallas. But you can look up your area code just to see how Lydia your area code is. Yeah. And yeah, I mean people are getting every single one of those cities. There's a lot of English as a second language to get Miami. A lot of ESL, and I think you might be able to get someone ESL. I don't understand and IRS because the share of it is it's basically a payment re payment reminders or twenty two percent. Then like telemarketing is about twenty percents. I'm going to tell you something scams or forty percent. So it's mostly the scam. And they lies be too. Big man that lies be first of all I hate what I come into a rescue. Yeah. They're coming to a rescue ship, and I called back, and he was like you. Oh. Nine hundred like forty million dollars thousand dollars. I was like come on, man. I haven't even made that much money in my life, right? Hey that lies to allies too. Big for me to so. Your papers wrong. Like we bring cash, but also give us your counselor cash, but can you give us your Bank account now? So we can check you have the money. Well, I don't like. And also, you know what I hate. I hate that they use your own area code because I'm paranoid. Do you think? It's my. Hospital saying like yo somebody's dead right now. And sometimes I do answer my area code, and it is something I like, hey, this is one time my mother's office had called because they wanted to surprise her for her birthday. If I thought that was a robocall wouldn't have had that office called me. And I also get Email man, don't be calling people that should I agree. Earn a world that if you went on me, I think happy don't nobody call you. Call me, I'm thinking like somebody is felt like the worst the fifteenth floor over building I was on a date a couple of days ago, and or PM PM day, and I got a call from Chicago friend, and she called got to answer this. I answered it. And she goes, hey, what's up and just like, you know, shooting the shit. And I was like, oh, I can't answer this. I I can't talk right now. She goes, oh, why did you answer because you called right? I answered because you call like I thought you were dead. Like they had something to talk about. I gotta go with somebody. I no, no, okay. The name Darcus has been traveling all over the place on TV online because of a young woman by the name of dorks Riley who invented the green bean casserole back in one thousand nine fifty five has passed on. And yes, she's a legend. Yeah. Comfort food game is her name pronounced dorky. Do we know? It's probably got some lovely pronunciation that we aren't even imagining working store shifts. Maybe maybe who knows I don't is it signed nut DACA, Dorka Goethe that actually kind of makes sense Riley is known as. Apart one. A male mode daughter guy Riley, she invented the green bean casserole. It's pretty big. That's like that's like a pillar of American for what's the key ingredient in that is at cream of mushroom cream. Every casual right is mushrooming mushroom mixed with everything else. Well, you know, I mean, it was invented to sell cream of mushroom soup. The will good way. What was the big casserole so oh because had they not ruled out cream of mushroom yet. You'll similar fucking up. Right. So so many of the recipes that we consider like classic Americana are not from home kitchens their from food manufacturers because post World War Two they had all these factories that they had to do something with their like, we'll do processed food now. Invent that and then we have to teach people how to cook with it. Oh, that's why everything's basically a box rest like what's on the box. Precipitates? What we were like, oh, that's a that's an own family corporate suggestion. Yeah. Yeah. And then even be like little pamphlets that they detached bottles and stick in the boxes and stuff. Like, here's this food product. Here's how you have to use. It just never did it. And that's why like all the different jello recipes from the mid century where they were like just put anything you want. And I know right because they were like, please, please just hamline jello with him. What is that? I'm jello with shrimp. Forget he one of my white friends was telling me about their family like there's a salad than the him in jello. Yeah. So upset I know this seventies. Was crazy, man. That was like they just realize like jello came out. And it just like people didn't know how to act for some reason. Like, just I think it was like the there were like is it a solid is it a liquid? We don't know what the fuck to do. And so like go check out seventies cookbook, y'all. It is so funny. Oh, yeah. I follow it Instagram pays like that. Yes, wild center mellow thing. And it's like, oh, this is why people are skinny they didn't want to eat anyway, gnarly, everything in my mind. I'm like, well, it must be palatable. If it's a family thing they keep making. And then they're like, no, it's often. What why make these jealous salads are real rough? Yeah. I saw one with hollandaise sauce on shallow with. Yeah. It was like a banana hair miles. Just took a shirt very mad because on my dad's side, really solid southern cooking barbecue van traditional my dad's side on my mom's Japanese, so very good Japanese food. So like, I was never a never had like the closest to that kind of thing was like. I don't know marshmallows on games or something. In the same vein. Right. Exactly. Yeah. But that's like the closest thing of like. Oh, okay. I see how that came off a bag. Is Riley also invented tomato soup cake. Okay. So was suitcase. Are you saying that dorkcast was a one of these food chemists? She absolutely that she was a corporate food chemist. She was yes. A college degree in home economics, which is something that sounds Lehman sad now. Right. But at the time was like a way for women who wanted to be scientists actually get integrated science all this all this is science right economics home economics. All this means is that she would have cured cancer and say just let her do. Anything sister, home MAC? Yeah. Because it was all the chemistry of all these packaged foods. Wait. What's tomato soup? Can. Okay. So with cakes like chocolate cakes especially flavored cakes. You just need a liquid elements. So that they aren't dry, and it turns out that depending on the other ingredients. It doesn't really matter. What your wet ingredients are? So what do you mean? It doesn't matter. It won't affect it won't affect the flavor so much. So if you have a tomato soup cake, you're basically making a chocolate cake and adding a can of Campbell's tomato soup for into it. And that adds like a little bit of spicy saltiness and people like salt in their Swedish much more than they think they do. And it also might add a little bit of that color that we also get from red velvet cakes 'cause red velvet cakes used to actually look like chocolate, which is the main ingredient with like a hint of red. It's like a devil's food cake originally, right? That's exactly what it is. There's another variation on that is manny's cake, which has chocolate cake with the shift on a man as in it. And do you add these ingredients just like as a prank or like is it just be like, yo you mayonnaise? All right. Your arteries. No, not at all. It's actually so sure. Because all hanging there and it won't dry out. You had Manning's to something. It's not going to dry out. Joe tomato soup cake. That sounds actually I want to try these things I'm going to do the dorkiest grand prix. Then totally and it will also be a journey through Americana out tomato soup cake. Well, shadow to you door Kaz dork ass or Dorka, whatever it is. Isn't that a stereotype that like white families have terrible like tasting food? Yes, absolutely high. Have you just seen Twitter? Unseasoned is. The time. Yeah, I feel like this is not helping the the legacy of dorky, but still got. But if you're elevating cake with the candidates soup that sounds like it could pro-, I doubt it tastes terrible floor strings. I think it's a really interesting idea. And I think it's also you have to think about context because this truly was an era where all the weapons manufacturers switched to food. And we need to sell product. We have to push this so hard interest all these recipes come from the manufacturers, they'll tell us through your intestines and you'll. Yeah. That's interesting. I didn't know that about the factories. I like when I brought it up. You're like, oh, do you really want to go there? Yeah. But I guess we will when we get on Mike. And then you just like you homie eating the country cake. Yes. I. Let me take a couple of steps back. This guy. Adolf hitler? All right. That's gonna do it for this week's weekly zeitgeist pleased liken reviews the show like the show means the world to minds. He he needs your validation, folks. I hope you're having a great weekend. And I will talk to you Monday by. Miles real quick question. Asked him for a friend. Not because I have weird taste porn hounded. Michael avenue, ADI know, what kind of porn Rudy Giuliani into very weird and concern. But the reason Michael avenue kind of porn Rudy Giuliani. Like is because the old man did not have a VPN. That would have you know, kept his browsing history secure. Well, fortunately, Nord VPN is offering our listeners sixty six percent off a two year plan that's about three ninety nine per month. Just go to Nord VPN dot com slash zeitgeist. Sign up and start protecting yourself. That's Nord VPN dot com slash the IT GE I s t use code zeitgeist and get started today.

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10-19-18 What's News

The Nicole Sandler Show

05:59 min | 2 years ago

10-19-18 What's News

"In the news. It's time for new coal Sandler's what's news from Nicole Sandler dot com. And the progressive voices network. The president is on a campaign trek out west, holding a rally in Mesa, Arizona Friday night and heading to Elko Nevada for one on Saturday. Trump spent Thursday night at a rally in Montana where he praised congressman, Greg Gianforte for assaulting a reporter in his bid for congress last year as the United States faced in unfolding crisis over missing journalist, Jamal kashogi who was believed to have been killed by Saudi Arabian agents. But Greg, and by the way, never wrestle him. Any guys that can do a body slam. He's Mike. Say that there's nothing to be embarrassed about. So I was in Rome with a lot of the leaders from other countries talking about all sorts of things, and I heard about it and we endorse Greg, very early. But I had heard that he body slammed a reporter. And he was way up and he was way up. And I said, this, was they of the election or just before? And I said, oh, this is terrible. He's gonna lose the election. Then I said, well, wait a minute. I know Montana pretty well. I think it might help him. To memory. Jean forte pleaded, guilty to assaulting guardian reporter been Jacobs and altercation that occurred in the final days of gene forty, special election in may of twenty seventeen when Jacobs tried to interview him about the GOP healthcare plan. The then candidate grab Jacob's threw them to the ground in punched him. Gene forte subsequently won the special election in later pleaded, guilty receiving a six month deferred sentence. Trump's comments about g and four day drew a response from the guardians US editor who denounce them as an attack on the first amendment by someone who has taken an oath to defend it. The president of the United States tonight applauded the assault on American journalist who works for the guardian editor. John Mojo in said, adding that in the wake of Khashoggi's death. Trump's statement runs the risk of inviting other assaults on journalists, both here and across the world where they often face far greater threats. We hope decent people will denounce these comments and the president will see fit to apologize for them right. Of course that'll never happen instead it his rally in Montana. Thursday Trump doubled down on the hateful rhetoric and even floated a conspiracy theory that George Soros is paying the migrants to come here at election of those law and order tavern on remember common sense. And remember, it's going to be an election of the caravan. You know what I'm talking about. You know what I'm talking and now we're starting to find out. And I won't say one hundred percent put a little tiny question Mark at the end, but would probably not gonna eat it. But we have the fake news back there. Fake news. A lot of money's been passing two people to come up and try and get to the border by election day the prison in threaten Mexico with military action. If the government are doesn't stop Central American immigrants for making their way to the US border Trump is upset that a caravan of at least four thousand migrants from Honduras as making its way north resident Trump stepping up threats. Those day warning, he might call up the US military and shut down the southern border in order to stop a large group of migrants from reaching the United States in a series of tweets. Thursday Trump pointed a finger directly at Mexico quote, I'm must in the strongest terms, ask Mexico to stop this onslaught and if unable to do so I will call up the US military and close our southern border floating. The idea of military involvement setting off a war of words between White House chief of staff, John Kelly, and national security adviser, John Bolton. Trump's fiery threats which include cutting off aid to the region hasn't stopped the caravan from growing since it started heading north on Saturday already into the thousands. The group has grown larger more Durance, defy their own government and joined the trek making its way through quantum Allah crossing through the lush jungle, navigating through water and challenging terrain. Some even overcome by heat during the long journey. Guatemala's president dismissed Trump's warning that financial aid to Central America will be stopped. If the caravan is allowed to continue Trump says halting this mass migration is even more of a priority than a new trade deal with Mexico White House, chief of staff, John Kelly, national security adviser, John Bolton got into a tense, shouting match outside the Oval Office on Thursday. Reportedly while discussing the department of homeland security and the surge of migrants tracking toward the US border, Mike Pompeo returned home Thursday from his trip to Saudi Arabia and Turkey extensively to. What happened with Jamal? Shoghi. Although Pompeo wouldn't say it Trump finally admitted that kashogi probably dead. Shoghi is dead. It certainly looks that way to me. It's very sad, certainly looks out waiting for some investigations and waiting for the results, and we'll have them very soon. And I think we'll be making to save it a very strong safe. But we're waiting for the results of about three different investigations that we should be able to get to the bottom fairly soon. What's news for now onto Cole Sandler. If you appreciate these reports and the Nicole Sandler show, I hope you'll consider making a contribution. My work is one hundred percent listener supported, and I really can't do it without your help. Find out more at Nicole, Sandler dot com. Slash donate.

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Ep. 642 - The She-Woman Men Haters Club

The Ben Shapiro Show

1:00:10 hr | 2 years ago

Ep. 642 - The She-Woman Men Haters Club

"Radical feminists unveiled their agenda. Hillary Clinton will never leave and President Trump does a silly thing. I'm Ben Shapiro. This is the Ben Shapiro show. Listen. I know when I say President Trump doesn't silly thing that that's a little bit vague because it's ending in y, but we'll discuss the very silly thing and it wasn't just silly. It was actually a bad thing. He said at a rally last night, we'll also get to Hillary Clinton who will never leave, ever ever ever ever and we'll discuss radical feminists and we'll get the mail. So it's gonna be a jam packed show, but let me remind you will be at politico on this Sunday since I'm wasting my Sunday there, you need to come to. Okay. We all just suffer together. Come join me for a keynote speech book signing in a panel with all the daily wire gang. It is guaranteed to be a great time for you and to produce an abundance of leftist years. So you won't want to miss it. Make sure you use promo code w when you get your tickets. 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Slash Ben go check it out with no that we sent you. So Hillary will never ever ever go away ever. So there's a new article in politico today about how Hillary may want to run for president for a third time. Now I think that folks on the right are a little bit too sanguine about this thing. They figure okay, Trump beater. Last time he'll beat her again this time, and let's face it. Hillary's garbage candidate should smoking garbage. You'd have a candidate. The reason the President Trump is president is yes, because he has a certain skill set at this kind of skill set that makes him dangerous to people like you. But President Trump skillset is not the actual reason that he is president alone. It is because Hillary Clinton is the worst candidate in the history of American politics. How do I know this? Because she lost Donald Trump in a race for the presidency, and she won by two and a half million votes in the popular vote still. So all the folks who are being sanguine, what's really funny is you see folks on the right and they say. Things like, well, silly, Hillary didn't even visit. Wisconsin, didn't even visit Michigan. The implication being that if she had visited Wisconsin or Michigan, she would've won. But just to suggest that maybe that auction was really, really, really razor close. Now, it is true that President Trump will now have a very good economic record to run on. It is also true that a lot of folks just didn't shop to vote for Hillary Clinton in two thousand sixteen Donald Trump won. Fewer votes in Wisconsin in two thousand sixteen than Mitt Romney won in two thousand twelve Romney washed the state by something like eight points, Hillary washed the state of Wisconsin. No one likes Hillary Clinton, but because no one likes her, a lot of people thought that she was going to run away with it and just didn't show up to vote for her. There was no enthusiasm is like, okay, I'm not gonna ruin my day. New York Times says there's a ninety, nine percent shot. She's going to be president anyway. Why am I going to bother if she were to come back? I'm not quite as sanguine as everybody else that it ends in a radical defeat for her. I think Democrats show up in large numbers in a sort of revenge play. I think that's a, that's a significant possibility that said, would tr-. Prefer her to some of the other candidates are out there? No question. I mean, he's she, she's a person. He knows how to handle. She's got more baggage than any national airline that you care to speak of. And she is truly truly awful at what she does still. She won't go away because the minute she goes away, she can't make money on her other lucrative side gigs. If you look at the donations to the Clinton foundation incredibly donations to the Clinton foundation dropped precipitously as soon as she was no longer running for president because that's how things work in Clinton land. If she is not relevant to the national political discourse, the Money Train dries up. So a bunch of folks, democratic side are trying to basically say to her, stick around, kind of go away. So Michael avenue, my favorite of the twenty twenty democratic presidential contenders and I'm rooting I'm openly rooting for Michael. Albany, I've made this absolutely clear. I root for entertainment value. If the outcome is going to be the outcome's going to be, I'm not God. I can't control the outcome. I can tell you how I think you should go vote. But if I'm rooting for candidate, make it Michael avenue, guys, the Democrats just like an avenue Trump. Race would just be the great. The first question debate would be which one of left with stormy Daniels more times like that'd be an actual question in a presidential debate and I'm all for it. I mean, we're there, man. Let's embrace embrace the hurricane. Embrace the suck. Like, let's just do this thing. Michael, have an ATI. Here's what he had to say about Hillary Clinton in this article in politico, he says, if I was running, I could see certain circumstances in which he could be helpful from rally perspective in certain locations on the limited basis. Which is to say, like, stay away, Hillary stay far, far aways, I think there's still a lot of people that support her. And for that reason, she could certainly play a positive role in some capacity in Swansea twenty. This is like the question in a job interview or they ask you to name your worst quality and you're desperately trying to think of your worst quality. And so they're saying like name good thing about Hillary Clinton. He's like, maybe she'd be good like standing there sometimes. So that's pretty great. But that is not dissuading anybody in the Hillary Clinton camp from thinking that maybe she's still so Felipe Raines who is just a jerk. So we brains have been known for years legitimately two decades as Hillary's fixer. And he's a nasty guy and he had taxes opponents with aplomb and alacrity. Here's what he says about Hillary Clinton. He says, trucking, the loss up to her being a failed candidate is an over simplification. Nope, it is not. She's a giant failed. She lost to Barack Obama a nobody in absolute nobody in two thousand eight with the entire media behind her at the beginning of that rates. And then she nearly lost a Bernie Sanders a Sept two genera crazy loon bag socialist who was tossed out of a commune in the seventies for being too useless. She almost lost a back guy in primary, and then she lost to a real estate developer whose main claim to fame is saying, you're fired on national television and running a miss USA Schmidt shtick like that. That's that's legitimately who she lost to. So I don't think it's an oversimplification to say that she is the worst candidate you could possibly imagine. Like if you're creating a bad candidate in the lab, that cans, it would look exactly like Clinton, but rain says she has more than most tougher than most. She could raise money easier than most and it was an absolute fight to the death he's and then he she, he was asked, will Hillary run. He says, the likelihood is somewhere between highly unlikely zero, but it's not zero. So everywhere demo. Kratz you can hear the shrieks of Democrats through the walls here. In fact, our leftist here's hot or cold humbler is overflowing because even Democrats understand that Hillary Clinton running for president is a bad bad idea. The problem is the Democrats have actually set up the narrative for her to run. This is the part that's really fascinating is that the Democrats are now trying to run again their war on women playbook from two thousand twelve and they're doing it in a more intense way. Now Hillary would be very bad fit for that playbook, except the Democrats are out of their minds so should be a bad fit for the one woman playbook because she legitimately fought a war on every woman that that her husband harassed abused slept with like she. She literally did that for a solid fifteen to twenty years career, but because she is woman, we must hear her roar and you can see that the radical feminists are out in force. They think that this is their time. And when I say radical feminist, I being radical feminists the best radical feminist piece of the day comes courtesy of Tory true shite over at slate dot com. The repository for much of American stupidity is the actual. Title of the piece, the rage of all women. Okay. This is a quote from piece. This isn't me being homophobic is a quote from peace. Man-hating dike is the worst thing you can call lesbian, but in the metoo era, it's time to reclaim it. Okay. What do you mean Tori? True. Shite while she will tell you in the wake of the cavenaugh hearings a dyke friend in her twenties posted that real talk. She doesn't like men. I hit the like button superfast, feeling secretive in sort of guilty about it. She'd come through the same, radical queer and trans I came up in and in that click, I felt relieved to acknowledge an obvious truth. Most men treat women like something less than human, whether accidentally or on purpose, and that means it's hard to like them. Men are bad. Men are evil, solid political argument. I can see you're aiming for political victory here by immediately alienating half. The population had recently been scanning the men coming into my workplace, wondering about their histories of sexual assault yet to normal thing to do as a real normal thing to do, send you a health and be done that at the office. Just walk walking your, I wonder. Who here is rape, someone. Okay. So I stand corrected send you say she does this everyday. In any case, this woman says, is he a rapist? What about him? Where does he fall on the creep scale? It was an old impulse that had returned in force as the nation debated just how many of their husbands, brothers and sons were perpetrators. Given that one in three American women experience sexual violence in their lifetimes. Okay. Again, that is a very, very vague definition of sexual violence. If you're suggesting that one in three women in America is raped over the course of her life that is just not a that is not true statistic that it's just a false statistic. Republicans insisted that men were the ones who should be afraid. While women recounted the everyday heroin ways, we ru reroute our lives to avoid assault. My woke male co workers made me to jokes as if the whole thing we're a funny spectacle. It was enough to make me want to stop talking to men entirely. I have a feeling that the feeling was mutual yet still inside my head. The not all men course roared. What about the dads to who liked all my angry tweet or the guy who showed up at the hospital with too much food. When my spouse was in labor or my friends who are trans men, that's where it gets really confusing when you actually have a woman who says, she's a man. When we're supposed to hate her for being a man or supposed to like her for being a woman. This is one things get really baffling for folks on left. Patriarchy runs so deep that I defend hypothetical men's feelings right away. Even to myself, I am a married lesbian as far away from needing male approval as a woman can get, and I still feel it the slow poisonous drip of cultural conditioning that tells me it's prioritize men. Actually, that cultural conditioning says, you might wanna treat human beings like you know, individual human beings because they're human beings. Just my imagination that thing that could break us out of American fascism. Your imagination is not going to break anybody out of anything. I mean, it's not going to break you out of the asylum lady. She's trapped in an old feminist loop because I've been trained that the worst thing I can be is a man hating dyke, but it's time to confront the latent homophobia in that insult is not latent homophobia, it's an actual just homophobic against other than blatant about that. And she says in our fear that anger makes us seem to gay because anger not fear is precisely the emotion that's needed these days. Beware the person who says that. Anger is the proper response to your wife. The people who say that anger is the proper response to the generalized situation in your life. That person is not giving you good advice. My Fender klavan has a great phrase. He says, anger is the devils, cocaine. I think that is basically correct having that if you are looking at your life and you don't have a specific instance of injustice, two point two years of a generalized outrage about the world. You're going to fail in life. A great way to fail in life is to sink yourself into a generalized feeling that you will never be able to succeed, especially in a free country. It's one thing to say that in a dictatorship, this is the free country in world history. I mean, this lady is writing a piece about how much hates men in the pages of a national newspaper basically and probably being champion for it by bunch of folks on left, the radical feminist movement is in full swing, and this is why Hillary Clinton could still come back because it would be easy for Hillary to say. The real reason I lost was radical sexism and then try and drive out single women's the polls in. The numbers to take revenge against Donald Trump. I'm gonna get more into this in just one second. But first, let's talk about a sponsor who's been in the news recently twenty three and me. So Elizabeth Warren recently took a DNA test. 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Obviously, it's also good for folks like Kamala Harris on the intersection -ality scale. Radical feminists are trying to push women up that scale right now. There's a philosophy that I've talked about a lot on the show on the left that says that we can prioritize people's viewpoints based on their genetics based on their ancestry based on their ethnicity. Based on their class. So basically, here's how this hierarchy goes of us that we should respect. It goes. It goes like this LGBT person, black person, Hispanic person, woman Asian person, Jewish person, white person. That's how it goes. That's the hierarchy and women are somewhere in the middle as I mentioned, right? They're kind of behind Hispanic, but ahead of Asian, they, that's where women are. So what radical feminists are trying to do is elevate women in the hierarchy of victimhood higher up the ladder and that way, folks like Hillary Clinton have a better shot at being elected by claiming victimhood this is why it's because women aren't high enough on the intersection -ality scale. They saw Elizabeth Warren trying to claim native American ancestry because you're saying it's not enough for me to be a woman in democratic primary. I also have to Klay membership in a historically victimized group. I'm also a native American that of course fell apart for what. So if you can't, if you can't beat the intersection. Of course, he joined the intersection. Of course, radical feminists are trying to elevate women as victims in American society. And so this, this woman had slate as crazy as she sounds this Tori true Scheidt who says that she wants to be a that you base. Wants to be part of the she woman man headers club the reverse of the of the gang from from alfalfa. She when she says, this is not actually that far out of the realm of the mainstream in certain democratic circles. I love this. Here's another example. Carolyn Hax is an advice columnist over at the Washington Post and there's a letter. Here's the letter, dear Carolyn, I have a daughter and some other moms have daughters, and I have started getting together and a local playground at a set time. Each week. Recently, a mama boy brought her son to the playground. At the same time we were there. I asked her nicely. I thought if she would mind leaving because we wanted it to be a girls only time she refused and seemed angry at me if she comes back, is there a better way I can approach the approach? This has been such a sweet time for moms and daughters and having a boy, there is naturally going to change things. We live in a world where boys get everything in girls are left with crumbs, and I think this mom would realize that, but she seems to think our son is entitled to crash. This girl's only time I can't legally keep her from public park, but can I appeal to her better nature? And then the response was showing off. Mom and her boy was terrible, but I have to admit that I actually have a little bit of sympathy for the mom not in the sense that she should shoe off the boys. But boys do change the dynamic when girls are playing. I, they saw and I have a daughter. They played very, very differently. When boys go to a girls, only change that attic. Boys are different than girls, radical feminist want to have it both ways. Boys and girls are exactly the same, but girls are different from boys and therefore should be separated off from boys when they want to be separated off from boys. I think that we should recognize some truth. Boys and girls are different. Also, we live in a free country and because we live in a free country, people should be able to rise and fall on their own merit without claiming victimization at the hands of the free society in world history. Okay. So it's Hillary Clinton gonna run. I highly doubt it. I don't think she's going to, but maybe she will homos. Okay. Meanwhile, President Trump, he did rally last night and his rallies are usually highly entertaining speaking Missoula, and he, you know, his, his rallies are basically stand up comedy routines. The president doesn't rally like President Obama would go out and make. Stump speech. The president goes out there and he just rifts for an hour and it's usually very entertaining. A lot of folks have been to President Trump's rallies. They say, it's a lot of fun. Obviously, the crowd is there to have a good time. It really is kind of half a political rally in half a comedy routine because Trump is a highly entertaining human. Well, sometimes that has upsides. And sometimes that has downsides because like all comedians when President Trump gets Ariffin, sometimes the riff is good, and sometimes he is just going to put his foot so far down his mouth that it comes out his colon and out his rear end. And back around again, sometimes he creates an arrose of human physicality. So here's the good. Sometimes he president from do stuff like this is kind of funny. So President Trump, there's a woman in the crowd, and she shouts, I love you. And here's President Trump's response. Why is guys the Democrats have turned, I love you too. Who said. Who said that. It's finally a woman not get it from the mental. So far, every guy that said, I love you did just not my type. I finally heard it from a woman. Thank you. I mean, come on this funny stuff. That's funny stuff and they're people break that down all it's because he sexes and is because he's funny. Okay. That's funny thing to say. That's a funny thing to say. The problem is because the president is actually a performer, you know, Donald Trump is a performer. He spent his entire life being a performer as someone who performs onstage. I know what it's like. You play to the crowd, the crowd that's in front of you respond with cheers, and they respond with booze, and they respond with laughter and you're constantly trying to keep them looked and President Trump even said this when he was just candidate Trump, he would say that he'd go to a rally, and if he was on his stump speech and use three quarters of the way through speech and people looked bored, he would just start saying, build the wall because it got people all jazzed up. Like he actually says that he performs like a performer while the problem is that when you perform like a performer, the president doesn't actually have a fully functional brain to mouth. Filter like that filter is is pretty shoddy. Whatever starts here ends up here and it doesn't matter what started. There is one of the, it's one of the good things about the president's why he's authentic. When people like. Authenticity and politics. The reason he's authentic feeling is because he's authentic in the same way that my four and a half year olds is authentic. She thinks that it comes out. That's the way it is like there's no pretense. That's good in politics because it's honest, right? You get the feeling that he's honest even like even the stuff that Trump says that it's dishonest, feels honest because he actually believes it at the time. People say that Trump is just going out there and he's lying. And he's prevaricating. Donald Trump believes everything with Donald Trump says that doesn't mean everything. Donald Trump says is right or factual, but it is authentic. So that's the good side of Trump. The problem is sometimes that thoughts that go through the head should not come out the mouth and that happened yesterday twice actually. So he was talking about Greg Gianforte who is the his Montana congressman and and against you in fort was at this rally and the president decides, you know, it'd be a great idea to praise that time. The congressman John for body slammed reporter. So if you'll recall back to the two thousand sixteen campaign, there's a situation in. Which reporter confronted region for like two nights before the election and Jen forgot mad and went full macho man, Randy savage on, right. He went full undertaker. He like grabbed him by the neck and he slammed him to the ground and this is caught on tape. And then he had to plead guilty to a misdemeanor. President Trump thinks, you know what? I'm in front of a crowd. I've done WWE before. Let's talk about this thing. You know, this is an issue that really needs to be out on the table two years later. Let's do this. So here's President Trump resume smiling is because this is the world we have chosen. This is the business we have chosen as Hyman Roth, says, Kay, we're here. We can't go back and only smiling because I'm smiling like that guy in the survivor Jif. There's the survivor gift that Tom line where it where it's bunch of women who are sending the foreground and they don't know piece of news and the guy in the background knows the piece of news and all the women start getting very upset. They start crying and the man in the background just start smiling broadly. That's me about politics right now. I know all this is going to happen, and if you've been watching, you know, all this is going to happen. So all of the tears in the suffering like that's just because you didn't know what was going to happen. But if you've been watching yours going to happen, what are the chances that Trump wasn't going to mention? John forty bodies body slamming a reporter if Greg Gianforte in front of him, what are the chances zero percent negative one hundred. Percents. I'm just shocked that Trump hasn't flown. Gene Forte's an actual rally mascot. Does that mean that it's a smart move? No, it's turns out it's an unbelievably dumb move, and I'll discuss in second what Trump said and why it was in-incredibly dumb move and why entertaining the crowd in front of you is not always the smartest thing when there are cameras present in the room, not actually speaking to the crowd in front of you. You're speaking to everyone who can see you on TV, but we'll talk about that in just a second. First. Let's talk about your second amendment rights when the founders crafted the constitution. The very first thing they did was to make sacred rites the sacred the rights of the individuals to share their ideas. The second thing they did was say, you need a right to bear arms to protect that. I right Bravo. Company manufacturing believes the same thing. 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This is real when we endorse Greg, very early. But I had heard that he body slammed a reporter. Was way up. And I said, this was like the day of the election or just before, and I said, oh, this is terrible. He's gonna lose the election. Then I said, well, wait a minute. I know Montana pretty well. I think it might help him and it did. Now he's a great guy, tough cookie. Here's why that's bad. So you're trying to make the argument? I, it's weird that I have to explain why it's bad when the president of the United States has it's good for people to body slam reporters, what? But I guess that's where we are right now. Guys, you're not supposed to body slam anybody in public or in private turns out like violence, not good in civilized society, bad bad honest to God. I punish my two and a half year old for pushing his sister. I would not allow the congressman for picking up another human and by slamming him by the neck. And when you say that like here, it's almost two parts of stupidity what Trump said here. So part one is I thought, I thought it was bad when he body slammed me. And then I thought, well, maybe it'll help. First of all, you're now removing the moral component from you shouldn't body slam people. And then second of all you are saying that your own people, the folks who support you are the kinds of people who are enthusiastic about the treatment of by violence of your political opponents in the middle of a giant campaign in which you are tweeting hashtag jobs, not. Bob's, why? Why? God? Why? And then the president double down on this. He challenged Joe Biden and he again, makes reference to enforce has not a mistake. It's not like it just slipped out now. He knows that the crowd cheered for it, so because the crowd cheered for it, the president has to double down on a very, very important that the president makes clear absolutely clear that there's no problem with body slamming. Reporters here is again. Don't out sleepy. Joe Biden, sleepy, Joe. Remember he challenged me to a fight and that was fine. And when I said he wouldn't last long, it'd be down faster than Greg would take them down. He'd be down so fed. Okay. So now the president is saying, yeah, let's buy it. Was Joe Biden challenged from to fight and now Trump's like you had its first of all? I would. It would. I actually like to see twenty twenty debate that is just fisticuffs between two eighty year old man. You bet your ass. I love it. I would love every second of it. They would just get up there. They have their walkers, have the tennis balls on the bottom and they just club each other. Just be great. I mean, what's it? And by the way, probably be more articulate than an actual debate between Joe Biden and President Trump. They're actually more political contents than just smacking each other with walkers than than actually talking politics. But is it good that the president again, references Gianforte? No, it is not. It is not because this is immoral behavior and like I can let for the for the millionth time on this program. I can like a lot of President Trump's policy. I can lot like a lot of what President Trump does. I can be inclined to support him in two thousand twenty, and I can also think, Hm, this is stupid and also immoral. These things can coexist two things can be true at once because this is reality and the world works that way. Now, President Trump does benefit from the fact that the media are completely insane. So instead of the media simply saying, you know, he's talking about my politics and Democrats being violent. Then he goes and he says, stuff like this, and it's really hypocritical and gross, and you shouldn't say that sort of stuff. Instead of them doing that, the direction they go is you know what. This is just like the Saudi Arabian government that just took a guy in the eastern wall consulate killed him chopped up his body and then liquefied it when he says the Greg Gianforte should be body slam. That's probably if it's that type of attitude that led the Saudis to believe that they could murder a journalist. I'm not making this up. This is what members the media say. Now because the members of the media are insane and respond. So let's say Trump says something that is one hundred percent stupid, and then the members of the Democratic Party and the media come back and say something that is four hundred percent stupid folks on the radio. See from frigid him Trump rhythm. It's be Trump is really good at triggering them. Well, I don't think it's actual genius. I always tribute to stupidity. I cannot attribute to malice and I think what we are watching here is president from just saying stuff and the media being unable to hold themselves back and saying stupid things in response. So do I think that this is President Trump manipulating the media into being crazy? No, I think they're crazy and he drives them crazy and he's good at at poking them, but they have a unique capacity to pull his chestnuts out of the fire. He'll say something and then the media overreaction is so insane they go, I guess I can't tell you what those people. So here is CNN CNN hosts drawing a comparison, a link between President Trump praising Greg Gianforte, and the mirror of Jamal Shoghi by the Saudi Arabian government, you know, stupid. You have to be to make this link. The Saudi Arabian government has been murdering people since their entire existence. They've been murdering dissidents and journalists for literally decades, but it was only Trump which is going to, nor all Trump came around. This is the part that so annoying about the. Media? Yes, Trump says bad things. Guess what? The world was also a rough, bad place before President Trump was born and before he was president, the world didn't start spinning. The moment that Trump President Trump was elected. Here's c. n. hosts, though trying to attribute the spike in treatment of bad journalists in places like Saudi Arabia, to Trump as the Trump is dictator of Saudi Arabia, and that that really lost like we'll play for you the president phrase, the body slamming. I need a guy who can do a body slamming like that. So why does it matter? Well, you might think that it's journalists in any circumstances bad. But remember this happened three weeks after the apparent murder and dismemberment of Washington Post journalist, Jamal Khashoggi, and the president. We should note acknowledged that it certainly looks like this columnist is dead at the same time. He refuses to condemn the Saudi regime for this apparent attempt. Okay. So if you think the President Trump is okay with the murder of a journalist because he says something stupid about Greg Gianforte? No. And if you think the President Trump is suddenly driving, press members around the. To be killed because he said like the Russian government needed a cue from us. Way. I don't remember this sort of talk about President Obama when journalists were being killed all around the world under his watch and journalists were legitimately being killed around the world under his watch. But because he didn't say this kind of stuff, there was no linkage while there's still no linkage, but Trump says dumb things, which is the obvious you know, answer to all of this. The the worst example of this came courtesy of Joaquin Castro. One of the Castro brothers who wants who wants to run for President, Joaquin is just the other. He's the other one. Then nobody cares about that much and he was on CNN and he suggested that President Trump's administration had literally Greenland the murder of Jamal Khashoggi by the Saudi Arabian government. And then he was kind of using the Gianforte comment as evidence of this. We have that clip. Let me get to the point that I think is most disturbing right now, the reporting that Jared Kushner may have with US intelligence delivered a hit list, an enemies list to the crown prince two NBS in Saudi Arabia. And that the prince then may have acted on that and one of the people that he took action against Mr. Kosova. That didn't happen. That's not a thing. Jared, Kushner did not send a hitlist to the Saudi Arabian government and tell them to go murder, journalists. There's no evidence of this, and I like how walking Castro says there's a rumor going around. There's a rumor going around the walking Castro dismembers babies and eats them in his backyard. I don't have to provide any evidence for this rumor. It's just a rumor. I heard it around, but this is why Trump will continue to win so long as people do not treat him with the proper level of objectively. And by the way object does not mean moral center when he says bad stuff, it means that if you respond like a dumb ass to his dumb ass comments, then double dumb ass on you and in the words of Star Trek, four. So in a second, we're going to get to more of all of this, but I, you're going to have to go over to daily wire dot com and subscribe for nine nine hundred a month to get the rest of the show. Get the rest of Andrew klavan show live. You get the rest of that garbage. Michael Knowles show live yet all those wonderful things. Plus Michael, Michael malls, all those things. And you also get. To be part of our mailbag, which we will be doing momentarily. So you I know you, you have lots of questions, life questions, serious questions. You want to ask them to me. 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We're largest fastest growing conservative podcast in the nation All righty. So meanwhile, as the media continued to wildly overreact and blame president from for the murder of a Saudi journalist, I would like to make one note about this particular topic. Okay. When it comes to the murder of the Saudi journalist, couple of things, one, the people who are most loudly criticizing President Trump for his treatment of the Saudi government are people who are absolutely in the pocket of the Iranians its members of the the former Obama administration who want the Middle East to be controlled by Iranian, hedge mon- spreading its power from Afghanistan in the east to Lebanon in the west and south Yemen. It is Obama characters are saying that Saudi Arabia has to be cut off by the United States. Now, should there be serious consequences to an allies murder of journalist? Of course there should be, but I'm not going to take at face value the complaints from Turkey, an actual despotism that has arrested one hundred and fifty thousand dissidents in the last two and a half years. I'm not gonna take at face value. They're complaining about human rights and I'm not gonna take at face value complaints about human rights from bunch of people who propped up and gave billions of dollars to the. Worst human rights violator and dictatorship on planet earth outside of North Korea. I'm not going to do that. So two things can be true once don't merge journalist and there should be consequences. And also that doesn't mean that we have that we in the United States have an interest in undermining an alliance with the Saudi Arabians on behalf of Iranians the way that the Obama administration wanted to do. Okay. You know what? I can't handle well, let's just use the mail back. Let's just Email back. Okay, fine. You know too much too much. All right. Mailbag time Joe says, hey, Ben, who do you think is the favorite to win the two twenty twenty democratic nomination. In addition, who are some people you think Trump would beat handily in the election? Of course, when people you think he would struggle to beat. Thanks, loved the show. Okay. So in the category of people, he would beat handily Cory Booker. He would mess up Cory Booker, right? Pharmacists would go down harder than a journalist at the hands of Greg Gianforte as the president would say, Cory Booker is mechanical and awful. He is awful at his job. He is. He, he posed as a moderate, and he actually is a radical leftist and he like Hillary Clinton. He's actually like a bad version of a robot. He's not even like a good. Like t. one thousand from Terminator. He's like the early version that spouse down a lot and kind of broke down on the battlefield. He's he's more like Gizmo from some of those old series. He he's, he's not you. You can see every year turning for Cory Booker, a man who is very bad job. So Trump would finish him because Booker is the most interested candidates until what a Clinton just terrible candidate. I think that Trump would also want somebody like Eric Garcetti, the LA mayor who pretends to be cool, but his actually just a dork. So I think Trump would would destroy him pretty quickly. I think that the most dangerous candidate for him would have been Elizabeth Warren if she didn't implode. Because like frankly, I thought she was a lot smarter politically than she has, and I was shocked to watch her set herself on fire, sending smoke signals to the rest of the world that you didn't know what she was doing. And she just sat there and Senator teepee on fire, and I didn't understand why she would do that, but she's kind of taken herself out of these smart candidate circle. I would say right now of the top democratic contenders the most dangerous is still Biden because it's hard. To destroy guy. He's been in the public eye that will. It will. One of the benefits that Trump has is that everybody has an opinion on him, which means that nothing that you say about him, changes anybody's mind. If you say that Donald Trump is bad with women, everybody goes right, we know. Yep. Okay. And if you say Donald Trump says, things sometimes that are really bad in the more like, well, Yup, we've been here, we know. And if you say that Donald Trump shot a man on Fifth Avenue, we'd be like, well, kind of probably. Okay, right. He really is right. That was the truth thing from pepper said the high name recognition and a history of skeletons in your closet means that it's very difficult to actually destroy somebody politically if they've dealt with the skeletons in their closet in their obvious about it. So Joe Biden has been out there for a long time. There's not a lot out there that isn't known about Joe Biden that makes them dangerous. Also he does have blue collar appeal in a lot of the states that Trump won places like Ohio and Michigan, and Wisconsin and Pennsylvania. That is sort of Biden territory democratically speaking. So Biden would be dangerous candidate. So when Trump says he wants Biden, I, I don't think that's right. Kamala Harris. I have yet to see. So Kamala she is much better at this routine, Cory Booker as she also happens to be somebody. Her downside is that she has this kind of absolutely clean clean as the driven snow image. In a lot of the public mind that she's just a prosecutor hard-nosed prosecutor, asking the tough questions. I think when people start digging into clean characters and politics, they don't stay clean for long and President Trump is a master of throwing dirt on people's hems. He's just great at it. So I think he would fair okay against Kamala Harris. Okay. Let's see. Oprah says Hello, Hebrew, hammer, Shapiro. I loved your election special on Fox News. We ever have a permanent show on FOX hashtags Shapiro Fifty-seven hundred four which is twenty twenty four in the Hebrew calendar. You know, I don't know. Maybe you know, I I really enjoy doing the election special and it was a lot of fun and it was great to be able to do it right before the election. We'll see what you know what what comes we will. We will find out. We'll find out Joel says, as the saying goes away to a man's heart is through his stomach. What food does your wife make? It falls under this axiom. Any foods that signal events. Wow, dude. Okay. So I have to be honest about this. My wife has cooked three meals in the last ten years. That is because my wife wait for it is it after that means that she's incredibly busy and she has not actually cooked meals very often at all early in our marriage. The way to my heart was through boiling ravioli like it was literally that it's just go to the store, pick up some prepackaged, ravioli, and man I miss when I was young and my metabolism was great. He's out down like three bags of that stuff. I do you like would you like thirty five ravioli in a ascending? It was pretty spectacular. Can't do that anymore. But whoever said that a man's, the way to a man's heart is through his stomach. Now, that's true of like motherly love when it comes to your wife, the way to a man's heart is now through stomach. Jordan says, hey, Ben, do you think our prisons should be made public? It seems to me having a profit incentive to imprison. People is bad, and I can't see how the free market helps us in this area. Well, the problem is that every government program also has an incentive to grow name a government program that. Shrunk overtime. Every government program that is subsidized by tax dollars ends up growing over time. So the government also has an interest in growing. The government has an interest in growing number of people who work for it in the number of prisons that are built, there's legitimately not one area of American public life, the has shrunk over time. So if your problem is that the private businesses have an incentive to build new prisons, I'm still confused as to how those private businesses are leveraging us to change our criminal laws to imprison more people. I don't think the problem with the prison system is a private public system as much as is an issue of oversight. There's not very good oversight of our prison systems, and our criminal laws in some cases are too harsh, and in some cases are seriously not harsh enough. I mean, instead of California, I think the average time surfer a rape and something like five and a half years, which is just nuts. Shelby says, what do you do when you have a termite problem as an American Jew? It's difficult, not feel threatened by the growing anti-semitism coming from the extreme liberal left. This is of course a reference to Louis Farrakhan calling for the extermination of Jews and saying that that he's not an anti Semite. He's anti termite, which. Is weird because every time I try to fumigate my house for termites, what they do is they then proceed to build half the inventions in human history, create the basic morality of west and create the only successful state in the Middle East. Every time I tried to fumigate the termites. That's what happens is I? It's an astonishing thing. He hasn't been banned from Twitter, of course, because he's Louis Farrakhan and Democrats love him according to Shelby my, my very own Senator Kirsten gillibrand who is supposed to represent one of the most Jewish areas in the world is being cheered on stage by openly anti-semitic figures, Linda Sarsour. Where do you see this ending? The answer is nowhere good because I mean, let's look at history. It never ends all that. Well for the Jews. The difference is this time number one America I do believe they different country. I do believe that in America steeped in Judeo Christian values that believes in the biblical truth of the of the Jewish mission and the Christian mission is very friendly to Jews in has historically been so and there is a state of Israel and the state of Israel does have the capacity to defend itself in that changes. The very nature of the history in which we live, Charles says, dear Ben, why do large city seems to always vote democrat and more rural areas. Republican. The answer is because in rural areas, you tend to be a lot more self reliant, and there's a lot less conflict with the people you live around. If you have a big part of the space, if you have big piece of land, your neighboring combat you that much. So you don't feel the necessity to regulate your neighbor all that much because they're no extra analogies to what your neighbor is doing when you live in a city. Extra analogies are everywhere when you live in a city, the guy next door is playing his music too loud. It bothers you. And that means that you need a regulation about how much noise is allowed in a particular residential building. If the guy next door decides to keep a messy apartment and the smells emanating from our problem, you need regulations. If the streets are not clean and we all share the same streets. Well, then that requires regulation to in all this requires tax dollars, spillover affecting highly populated areas or more significant. This is the reason why cities tend to be more highly regulated and more top down driven. Now, does that mean that's how they should be run economically speaking? No. Doesn't mean that's how they should be run in terms of regulatory policy? No, but that's the reason why you get a lot of people together in a very small area. It does. Generally drive people toward the idea that we have to heavily locked down how we live in a way that you wouldn't. If you're out in the middle of nowhere where you're not bothering anybody and nobody's bothering you read says, hey, Ben much like you. I was viciously bullied in middle school and high school. I feel like a stronger person for it, but also void. Thinking about those times, have you been able to forgive the bullies from your youth? If yes, how? So? Well, I think forgiveness requires in Judaism. Forgiveness requires somebody to ask for forgiveness. I think one of the guys who did this ask for forgiveness at one point I even it wasn't actually one of the guys was one of the guys who was there and didn't do anything. He has for forgiveness that I had no problem giving. If somebody came to ask for forgiveness now, I think I would do it just because we were all kids. We were young and people act like idiots when they're young, they're terribly when they're young, but I don't think you have to forgive to move beyond is as long as you're not spending your your entire life, focusing on how you were wrong and letting it eat your brain, then you can just move on with your life and sure when I see those guys is they're paying of like God, that guy was just the worst. Absolutely. But is that something that I spend an awful lot of time thinking about? No, and I think that it made me stronger. Yeah, I do. I think that when you go through versity and you come out the other side determined to succeed, I think that does make you stronger. Daniel says, who's a better composer Chopin or Liszt. Good question. I will say that I prefer show him, but I am fond of both of them. Although I have to say that they're to me both are composers of show earpieces I prefer what would be termed more serious music folks like Brahms. Let's see. Stevens says Ben, I'm a college student and looking for advice on how or where to find court case rulings on topics in general, without digging through endless opinion articles, what are the resources? Does your team use to find objective opinion on topics in regard to laws or government policies? Please help me be less like Schuyler turn and more like the Benjamin Shapiro show facts over feeling Stephen skyler turn, of course, a reference to Steven Crowder's character Schuyler Herden who does this debate show that? I was just on a little bit earlier this week when I'm looking for objective law. I tend to look directly at the court rulings. This is one of the benefits to being lawyer. I can actually read those court rulings and I can read the law and I can understand it. So that obviously is very helpful. Also, there are some sites that are pretty good about trying to sum up these things without too much opinion. Injected Scotus blog is pretty famous for for being fairly good about this sort of stuff. Oh, yes. Is a good resource on on the sort of thing. Those kinda give you the ruling, the the controversy, the ruling and the extension of the ruling. So there are a number of sites that are not partisan in this way on see Stevens his, hey, Ben, would you support congressional term limits? What would be the limit itself? I so I have to admit, I'm split on congressional term limits on the one hand, I think that people should be able to elect whoever they want. And if people continue to elect the same congress people because they're lazy, that's on you. That's your fault, right. I think that freedom for voters is something that I am in favour of on the other hand because congressman have basically been using government resources not only to enrich themselves, but also to enshrine their own capacity to stay in congress. The idea of term limits has appeal. They won. Great advantages to being in congress as you can use office stationery to send out missives that are basically campaign literature. And even if you're not openly campaigning, when you send out a missive to your entire population saying, here's something great I did for you. It's obviously piece of campaign literature. You guys it as a piece of information that you're trying to folks. So you know, I I'm split on it. I think I could probably fall either way on all this. Let's see John's good morning given the Democrats have moved on are still moving further and further to the left in two thousand twenty. What do you think will be the most significant almost ridiculous changed the official democratic par party platform from two thousand sixteen. I would not be surprised if the Democratic Party platform in two thousand sixteen embraced embraces full on nationalized healthcare. I would also not be surprised if they embraced the idea of gender neutrality, meaning that it would be there in favor of anti-discrimination laws that prevent any sort of difference in outcome between men and women and even reflect the idea that legislation should allow you to self register in terms of gender like that. That would not be surprised. I think that's probably not twenty. Nothing by twenty twenty four. That's probably in the platform. Dirk says haven. I teach in the ROTC department of a major university and our program recedes constant opposition from the school to the point where cadets kit where uniforms to class without harassment and can't use dummy rifles in training how you recommend we approached the school to solve this problem and allow our future army leaders, the training they deserve. Thanks. Well, here's the way I would that in his last question, the way that I would deal with this is I would actually go to my congress person and I would threaten them with Solomon amendment. So the Solomon amendment says that if you defunding ROTC, then you lose your federal funding. Extending that to the allowance of ROTC to do what it needs to do on college campuses seems to me perfectly rational. If you're going to try and crack down on ROTC for political reasons. Why are you taking federal funding from the federal government that is defending those ROTC folks are going to be in the military, defending the rights of people to be idiots on college campuses all over the world. Sorry, I'm going to do one more because this one seems very sincere. Jesse says your bed. I was hoping you could help me because I feel like I'm being a bad conservative in the news in popular culture, it's become well documented that conservatives love to denigrate women, Mary women and make them subservient to men so far one and a half years into my marriage. However, my wife hasn't worked as she's pursuing a master's degree and I'm the primary earner. Her school schedule often keeps her too busy to help around the house. So I took about ninety percents of all the meals, make sure lunches ready for both of us meal plan cetera. She does tend to clean more than I do, but I had tribute that to her having a more strict definition of cleanliness than I do. I love my wife and I'm very proud of her for the work she's doing, but sometimes I worry that my being a bad conservative for loving my wife and making sacrifices to the overall benefit of our marriage. Jesse Jesse, I feel you, man. I said earlier on the program, my wife had cooked. A meal like ten years. Okay. I spend more time with our kids right now than my wife does that will change when she takes time off or if she works part time after she graduates. But I've been there, I feel you do and no, it doesn't make you a bad conservative. Obviously, I understand that the letter is sarcastic. It doesn't make a bad conservative to be kind to your wife and but but this does raise a good issue about marriage that you should know. The reason that marriages fail is because you have unrealistic expectations of the other party, the lower your expectations are of your spouse. The better your marriage will be that doesn't mean that you can't have reasonable expectations that your spouse treat you. Well, it doesn't mean you should allow your spouse to treat you badly or anything like that, but presumably married them because you don't think that they will. What I mean is that if you have an expectation that all housework is going to be split, fifty fifty not going to happen. If you have an expectation, childcare is going to be split. Fifty fifty not going to happen. If you have an expectation that your wife is going to take care of things, or your husband is going to take care of things, you're setting yourself up for failure. The first rule in marriage is do it yourself. And then if your spouse does something for. Are you? It's a nice thing and you can appreciate it, but you shouldn't expectations are killer of relationships. This is true in politics also by the way expectations kill politics. If you expect that politics is going to solve all of your problems, you're going to be disappointed in life and in politics, if you expect that the circumstances surrounding you're going to solve all your personal problems, you're destined to failure. If you expect that getting married is going to solve all your problems because your wife is gonna butter, your bagel every morning, then you're destined to fail. Like before I got married, I actually said to my parents, I hate buttering my bagel. Like I hate it. I hit now, I'll be honest, I missed bagels. Like I've been on a low carb diet for a longtime bagels or spectacular, but I hate it when I was a kid, I hated buttering my bagel. And I always said to my sister's when I get married, I have only one requirement. Then my wife butter by bagel. For me, my wife has never buttered, a single bagel ever has never happened. You know what? It's fine. I don't care. And if she ever did it, I'd be so happy. Like whenever she cooks meal, I'm the happiest person not because like she's a great cook though. She's a very good cook. She cooks. Moroccan, it's terrific, but because when when you're when you treat everything that your spouse gives you as a gift, you're likely to be happier person than if you feel like your spouse has done it out of the films of an expectation. True. God is well by the way through and religion. People think that God is going machine if I pray hard enough and if I act well enough God, we'll be nice to me. God has no requirement to be nice to you. That is not God's job. Your job is to do your duty, and then your job is to acknowledge that God is in control of the world is a religious person. This is why whenever people say and listen, I, I feel the emotional appeal, something bad happened to me in my life, and therefore I blamed God for it. I feel the emotional peel that particularly an absolutely tragic situation. Something happens to a child. You live through the holocaust and stuff like that, but expectations of God or unfair to God and unfair to you because that's not the way the world works. And then when God gives you a gift, you can be grateful for gratitude is the gratitude is the number one ingredients in happiness. Okay. Time for a couple of things I like and then a couple of things that I hate. So things that I like. So I was on the Elvis kick this week as you know, last week I actually visited Graceland, send you. It's very, please send us a Hugh. Huge Elvis fan, and we brought her back a mug from Graceland as well as a Cup from Graceland cheap that way and Elvis. So we've been doing a little bit of Elvis this week. I have to say I didn't realize because I hadn't listened to a lot of Elvis, Elvis actually could sing because when you actually just do pop culture stuff with Elvis, it's always like Elvis, impersonators in Vegas who you're related. I, it's just not great stuff. It'll be gone for that. Elvis, late, Elvis, fat, Elvis. And that's not best Elvis or you have the jailhouse rock version of Elvis, which is a lot of energy, but not necessarily tremendous vocal skills. He's a very good balance balancing. I think his best stuff is actually balancing is actually pretty soulful. So here is what I think is his best song can't help falling in love, which was from blue Hawaii, I believe was originally recorded for this and it's it's quite a beautiful song. One of the funny things about a lot of Elvis ones. I was never wrote any of his own stuff in, right. A single. I think he wrote two of his own songs entire career, but half of his great songs are actually old foreign songs translated into English with differently Rex. So. It's now or never is Sola MIO. Just slow down and this was the song can't help falling in. Love was actually an old French ballad that was updated. And then given English lyrics, what's the? What's the other famous Elvis song. I mean there many, but there's a very famous, Elvis, ballad, tender, love me, tender. Thank you. Love me. Tender is actually an old civil southern civil war ballad that was updated and given new lyrics. So the kind of kind of interesting stuff. Anyway, here is Elvis singing, can't help falling in love. My kids love this song, which is the right. It's a great song. Only who. But. Fall. Also, his stuff is really good gossip stuff. He grew up singing Gazal and he's very into gospel music is kind of what else was really a fusion musician. Heated gospel heated are in be ended country and sort of merge all those three into one form. I become new preacher of Elvis since visited Graceland, and that's why I'm gonna do my mouth Glover. So other things that I like. So this is really spectacular. Nikki Haley. My spirit animal, sadly depart from the Trump administration. I still meant the the movement of my spirit on from here. She's the Al Smith dinner and she dropped a great line on Elizabeth Warren, just this is great stuff. So here's my beloved spirit. Animal Nikki Haley last year you with Paul Ryan whose voice count and that's fine below boring. So this year you wanted to spice things up again. Right? I get it. You wanted an Indian woman, but Elizabeth Warren failed her DNA tests. Publians cans jokes. Nikki Haley. Great. Okay. Time for a couple of things that I hate. If you feel like everybody is taking crazy pills, that's because they are. So I'm about to play for the worst Ed in political history. Are you ready for this thing? This thing is hot garbage. So this is an Ed that currently making its way across the FM waves in Arkansas. It is targeted at black voters and it is from a GOP superpac GOP associated to actually run by the and it's not run by congressman French hill. The ad is run on behalf of congressman French hill from this kind of unnamed group. The ad starts off bad, but if you wait for it, it gets worse. It's so bad. It's great. So here's the ad for congressman French from black Americans for the president's agenda. Woo boy. What happens? Our husbands fathers our sons when a white girl lies on them. Why Democrats will be lynching. Black folk again out always told my son don't be messing around with their. If you get called, she will crop. I'm into keep congressman Finci and the Republicans because we have to protect Amin in volleys. We can't afford to white Democrats take us back to bad old days of race, verdicts life sentences, and Lynch's wanna white girl screams rate. Well. That well, okay. So there's that moving on Steve Schmidt. What he's about. My goodness. Okay. Well, then French, I'll to his credit and to his susidy. That's bad. I have nothing to do with that ad. I certainly hope not because whoever did have to do at that ad obviously fell from the stupid tree and hit every branch on the way down. They also fell from the racist tree and then hit every branch on the way down, followed by falling from the sexist free and then hitting every branch on the way down solid stuff there. We've seen some pretty spectacular ads in this last election campaign. Having we had the guy who's doing cocaine, Mitch, which was just as ING. This tops, cocaine, Mitch, I think this is better than cocaine, Mitch, cocaine, Mitch, although that will stick a little bit longer because it actually is a great name for McDonnell coke in. Okay. Oh, yeah. Say mad where he he did. Describe cocaine, Mitch, being married to China person, which was pretty great. Okay. Other things that I hate, so I think we can all acknowledge that that is not a good ad. However, MSNBC cannot acknowledge what is good guests. So Steve Schmidt, former Republican counsel eerie to the McCain camp. Pain who's made a living for the past eight years, nine years, ten years off, basically going on MSNBC ripping into other Republicans. He says that the Republican party is treating immigrants like slaves at auction, which makes perfect sense. If you know nothing about immigration slavery or auctions. So here is, here's Steve Schmidt doing this Redan when they reach the border and they see uniform with an American flag and they are no longer safe, but that baby is ripped away and put into an environment camp. This is a moral outrage that Hawkins worst excesses in the history of the country, that separation of families at the slave auction blocks, yes, to the separation of native American families. I love everybody nodding along this intelligent thing to say and Rosie, O'Donnell, I'm old enough to remember when the media thought that was crazy, and then they brought Rosie O'Donnell on MSNBC and said that Rosie O'Donnell was totally with it. Rosie, o'donald crazy person. Rosie, O'Donnell was legit. Insane person and just prove that here's Rosie O'Donnell saying in that same segment as she nods their sagely comparing an actual ninth ninth circuit court of appeals policy about separation of families at the border specifically designed to prevent that attention of children in jails instead the children's supposed to be given over to guardians outside jails, right? That's ninth circuit court of appeals opinion implemented under the Obama administration and then extended under the Trump administration. Rosie, o'donald sitting there Notting sagely when that is compared to a slave auction, which is deeply insulting to black, folks really is, here's Rosie O'Donnell. Then saying that you wants to send the military to the White House after Trump do you even constitution, bro, and people were like, martial law, what's wrong with you? You're lunatic. He wants to send the military to the border. So I would send the military to the White House to get. Well. So much humoring, the Lefter, the revelry. Wants to send the military, the White House to get him. I like man such good joking such good comedian from Rosie, O'Donnell my heart. I can't take it anymore. Okay. Well, we'll be back here on Monday with all the latest news. Get more absurd from here. I would have said no. Did we not live in a parallel universe, but in this universe in this universe, not only count it most certainly will, and we'll be back on Monday to discuss the fact that Kim Kong has overtaken the entire White House and is now ripping out the west wing and replacing it with a Polly pocket set. We've back on Monday to discuss that news. I'm Ben Shapiro. This is the Ben Shapiro show. The Ben Shapiro show is produced by Senna. Villarreal executive producer, Jeremy, boring, senior producer, Jonathan, hey, our supervising producer Mathis Glover and our technical producer is Austin Stevens ended by alexan-. Garowe audio is mixed by my car. Meena Herron makeup is by just VERA. 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"All right good evening. Facebook and good evening. Read it This is grandpa. Max and Tonight i mean. I hate to do this. You know certain things pissing me off in life and Tonight i want to open up by talking to governor. Greg gianforte from montana and kristen. His wife okay. So this guy. This governor here is trying to overturn joe's gun stuff so that you can keep buying guns and shooting people on tanna kills two hundred people a year two hundred people a year and And this guy. I'm talking to you greg. Europe part of it guns does death. That's the way it is even with suicides. It's easy to commit suicide with a gun. Little scare the year to get on top of the building and jump. So that's an easy shot and you. Greg and kristen are part of that murder spree with their guns people die. Okay there are guns people. Die evening dr susie. Well good evening. Captain max grandpa max. Grandpa recrinching max. I'm gonna call myself grant darling. I should admit by a abby my primate gene eighteen. Pry as fast as the train can carry us. Okay so this guy on the love train believe it or not yeah love train max's off fired up about gun. Control fire some gun control. I want gun control. I want to police controlled now. Let's talk about that because it's very important to have gun control among civilians and among our police and also let's talk about our military too. I mean it's all just a cult of violence and ammo sexual colt. That's right and it's infected us like the corona virus except it's the gun virus and when you repress natural consensual sex positive sexuality and you elevate gun culture you get this ammo sexual reaction in our governors like greg and in our people you know like The guy that shot up all the sex workers well masseuses in georgia. The pleasure workers. Yeah the masseuses they were giving people pleasure. And the shooter couldn't stand that it was a toxic mix of guns and god and sex problems in this case sex addiction. -nology thought he was a sex addict and that somehow that gave him an excuse to get a gun which he got very quickly quicker than you can vote in georgia for sure and he killed eight people were and then there's the other case we talked about a couple of weeks ago where a woman just use her husband's gun to kill him. Thirty seven thousand. Human beings are killed every year by the gun. Thirty seven thousand. That's like a war. Yeah we talked last week about dante right being killed by a gun by a lady cop and she thought she was shoot not so she says twenty six years on the force and she doesn't know the difference between her taser and her gun. You know. mostly it's men that are almost sexual but so are women right right. Oh yeah. I mean two of our congresswomen yes. Mariah is nodding. let's say hello to mariah mariah. Are you feeling. I mo sexual tonight. I'm not gonna sexual now. I definitely have problem with all the ammo sexual is running about and the women the women. There's intensity on the part of margarine. I mean marjorie taylor green and Lunatic i mean lauren yes. They're very very sexy about it. They try to be. i mean. Maybe they don't appeal to you. They certainly don't appeal to me. But i can see how they appealed to the ammos sexual set gray. Steel blue steel. Who in your garter you know they have gun foreign you know they. I didn't look at it. I've been. I've been seeing because i follow bonnie rotten somewhere and she does a lot of it now. She's actually quite good at shooting and she's quite sexy and i don't know what to think about it. I like her. I'm quite good and sexy shooting. You was a sharpshooter. When i was in the army well i say shoot the gun between your legs brothers and sisters lovers in centers and everyone else because hey next week starts masturbation month if you're tuned in live yes indeed You know masturbation off of pleasure month if you don't wanna save 'em word i like masturbation month because it's alliterative love that alliteration dr susie and i love to say marry masturbation month can't wait yes and tonight after our show. We have a very exciting after party. Show collegiate masturbation month. Twenty seventeen on the full title is riley raise and ucla's that rhymes. I just realized that seder magazine punish trump's rump for the worst first one hundred days and kickoff very merry masturbation month twenty seventeen on dr sousa dot tv so you can watch it free on dr suzie dot tv. Or you can it on dr. Susan blocked dot com slash. Live right after a d. r. Which is what you're listening to. Now it's very sexy. I highly recommend everybody tune in very sexiest. Martin it's got all these college students not kids not kids. They're all over eighteen but students all ucla students. It's funny because there's a bunch of ucla. Students that are there representing sater magazine including the editor in chief sarah cross weight and the other editor rachel frank and also george guten but we also have most bonobos. Suzy award winning porn star riley raise. Who not only masturbate s- with a hitachi magic wand but gracefully sticks it inside her vagina. I now it's amazing. I mean i would say. Do not try this at home. Because it's kinda rough but on the other hand you're not gonna get lost in there because you got to handle that's gigantic and it's also plug in but it's quite amazing. You gotta see it. I mean riley raise is an extraordinary gal. That's why she got the most bonobo award and she really teaches these. Ucla students a lot about sexuality. It's really kind of beautiful to see and her girlfriend is. They're just as her plus one so to speak in bonneville and find out that her girlfriend. Amelia jones is also a ucla student. Oh interesting so. I don't know if they're still together. I hope everything's okay but it was very cool and we had a lot of cool people there that night including suzy award winning most ba- nobody couple bomb. But i'm danielle and chef be live. Hi there. maybe they're tuned in listening right now. And donald trump the trump is played by california cock. Least that's what he is on twitter and he gets spanked and renamed and just really punished for having the worst first one hundred days ever we also have a lia core sets who we love. We love leah and echo the wolf. Yes sir wraps lobby corps. Suzy award winning hip hop artist and gypsy. Bonobo so sexy gypsy and i are both wearing. Ucla blue and yellow which is not an easy combination. It's really. I don't know it's kind of weird looking but we managed. She really looks hot. And it is an amazing group of guests. Go bruins go. And also john hopkins. My very first show assistant ever is there. She's there So it's a very cool show and it's all to kick off masturbation month and of course sater is the symbol of self pleasure. Can we hear a myth. A short greek myth as please please. We have time for a greek myth before we get back into the. Don't really sexy thing. Yeah listen shoot the gun between your legs. Okay it's masturbation month polish. That pearl new. The seder is a symbol of self pleasure. According to those lyrical and set tirico goal ancient greeks. Masturbation is a gift from the gods. The great god of communication hermes revealed it to the great god of the wild. The leader of the seder's pan. And you know if you listened regularly that the banana bos patron saint is pan. Their latin name being panned panisse goose. Because you know why. Why did he introduce masturbation pan. Why do you think because Yeah that's why close close. Why do you think. Hermes introduced the fine art of whacking off. To pan was that. Herpes is actually the patron saint of abraham and me. He's he'll you are of this. He's the patron saint of gemini. My name up. It's coming your birthday right so anyway. Nobody can guess why. Hermes revealed the art of masturbation to pan the leader of the sater's and it is because pan was in love with a nymph. And she didn't love him back. Oh i didn't. She rejected him and usually when a nymph rejected pan. What did he do. He raped that nymph. I don't usually did that but he did it a future many times now. He did that he did that now. Sometimes the nymph would get away by turning herself into a tree or something like that but the point is that that he hoped the tree to. I mean today they do that. People run out into the forest in the men. Okay but in any case he would usually rape the nymph when the nymph rejected him. And in this case hermes said no here it. Is this great gift. Masturbation you can just think about the nymph or whatever you want and whack off and nobody gets hurt. Yeah nothing bad happens. It's great be rape banning imps right rees right. This is a beautiful thing and he taught this simple technique and how it can be excellent rape prevention method to pan and then pan taught the other seder's how to masturbate and then he taught the shepherds and i'm sure sheep were very grateful but but in any case i guess i think the ancient greeks were onto something here in terms of. This is a message that we should convey. Somehow that masturbation is okay when you're horny when you really like a girl or a guy or whatever who doesn't like you masturbate. Enjoy yourself make it a positive thing instead of making it such a shameful thing which is what our society tends to do. Yes now by the way. Did you know the today is a day. it's a terrible day. I almost feel terrible to say it. Because you know i i figure some people can make a joke about it and a lot of people are on the internet. I noticed they're calling it national rape day. If you're tuned in live it's april twenty-sixth started by some dudes. I guess dudes on tiktok. I guess in cells. Or i don't know but horrible dudes dudes. Don't do that all right. It's anti-sex misogynist. It's unbeknown bo legal. It's not a joke. Not a joke and everybody. Just be careful. Although the day is almost over. I don't know of anybody guy raped today. I'm sure somebody did. I mean because of it being this national rape day. But i guess i'm just seeing so much sex negativity from so many areas and this is just another element of that so The perfect solution to that unrequited love masturbate and it's almost masturbation month and don't feel bad about it that's one thing about these in cells. Is they find it. Shameful to masturbate and they get that from where from so. Let's try to give them a different message. Please at least the new york department of health when the pandemic first emerged said yeah masturbating. Because they wanted us to stand. I forgot about that government but keep saying it because it's a great rape prevention method. Yes and other reasons. Too many reasons get ready for masturbation month and that also means you should go to dr blocks pleasure shop and get some sex toys because sex toys are fantastic super fun. Check them out There's lots of ways to have an orgasm but sex toys are great especially when you're masturbating so we've got some great ones. Check it out. Dr blocks pleasure shop. Loser was even asking me about sex choice. I don't think he knows it's masturbation but he was a new girlfriend. And i think i can say that i won't say who she is but apparently on sexually so so he's getting yet thing right. That's spelled l. u. z. e. r. user. like out. and you're not an l. o. s. e. r. masturbate. Okay now you're all the cool kids are doing it. Don masturbation train right the crowd. Oh yeah baby your kid i. We have a couple of comments mbh saying that there are so many problems. Due to sexual shame fostered on the public. That's true you know that phrase that's been kind of going around i guess maybe for a few years you do you okay. I love it. I think he's kinda stupid in terms of what it really means which is just be yourself. I mean okay. Sure be yourself beer over. I know insipid in a way. Who else are you gonna be beside yourself. You do you okay. Even if me is a sheep what it means is just authoritarian sheep. If then i'll do me and just follow orders. What about an aso ten personalities. Right so anyway. I give a new definition to you do you. I liked the phrase. It's got that ring to it. And i think it means masturbate. You do literal literal you you baby totally go fuck yourself baxter rich. That's the name of this show. It stands for a few didn't franklin delano roosevelt as well which who is one of our better presidents Fdr but it also stands for fuck. Do rich that's right by by the way let's see here Missouri has the number one Gun deaths of course the show me state. Did he also have the like leading mount of gun owner owners. Gina didn't look that they're they're number one gun deaths you know and if you've ever been to missouri oh my god the show me state and that's what you see them walking down to show me baby you know and then bang bang poop poop. You took my parking spot but actually can take a couple of minutes. So i was in sedalia. Missouri sedalia missouri k. And i in with a pool shark. That i was hitchhiking with and i he played against me and of course i lost then. Everybody wanted to play against him. Was this a scam thing. you had. John was a bit of a scam. Right right right so then He starts playing and we start making money four hundred dollars and then in walks dude and he walks over to the pool table and he says i know you. You're a pool shark and everybody in the bar. Turns around and looks at us which point we run out of the bar down to street. And we're running and running and running. And there's a palm reader nighttime. Let's go in there so we went in there to have our house. Red problems with you will not get caught got trouble. What did she say. It was very scary to know. She says you have a good thing ahead of you. A beautiful yeah. She says sala gist will enter your line. you're going to have yeah and anyway that was sedalia missouri. But wasn't the beginning of that that you pretend to win against him or yeah yeah right. That's what you have to do in order to con the mark. That's because i'm an old old person. Grandpa i'm aquarium five. Don't remember okay. Plus i have short term memory. So i don't know my story of missouri and so you know that's a good missouri story story missouri. It's a scary story of missouri man. Those guys those guys they armed. They were in the truck who hello. Wow the shooting is the worst part of the violence that is going on in our world and yet of course we saw when george floyd lost his life for nine minutes over nine minutes. We saw a different kind of death. An execution a very long drawn out sadistic execution by one derek chauvin. I happen to believe that. Derek chauvin was a true sadist. I think sometimes police officers are shooting impulsively. Sometimes they're just aggressive brutal and it's mostly the same stupid but sometimes they are sadistic anna certain type of sadism taught in police academies seeing a viral clip. That has this guy boasting. yeah you kill somebody on the beat and of course you're killing a bad guy. I think he says not. Just somebody but you kill bad guy then you can go home and feel good in fact i've had some of the best sex ever after for righteous kill. I'm sure i'm misquoting him. But that's the idea. And he talks about other people feeling this way and i do know that that is taught having spoken to some officers as a therapist and i encourage them not to fall for that but it's not easy because violence is very talk about temptation tempting especially when you're a police officer abuse of power. Yeah yeah i like. It's not natural for humans to have all this power and it goes to all their all of their heads. All of them practically sorry and other. Some in england calls of people having knives and threatening people are about the same as united states number wise but out of the hundreds of calls like that. Only three people have been killed Only three here. You got an iphone. Fuck you right right. There's a lot of impulsive shooting. Yo i think maybe that was the case with the young girl who was holding a knife that seemed execution like to because it was four shots did not be shots. Come on and she's a big girl. You could have shattered. Lowered down where it wouldn't have killed her or you could use your taser or something. The we're all churn other things in police academy anyway. They do learn to kill. That's what they learned to do. They don't learn to defuse situations in a bonobo way or in any kind of way that is peaceful they are killing and they even tell people to feel good sexually about the killing. This is what they tell their. Cadets and so derek chauvin is part of this sadistic policing system and yet you know every once in a while you have an student to kind of rises above and in this case maybe you could say below or whatever just takes it so so to the nth degree that even the police have to say whoa. Let's distance ourselves from that. I think derek chosen how to personal reason for executing george floyd. They knew each other in that club. I wrote about it right after it happened in counterpunch and talked about it on the show because it the news was that they worked in the same nightclub and not news has kind of frittered a little bit and there was also news that he was in a porn. Movie george floyd and watched that movie and yes it is him and There's no doubt and that news was also suppressed. And i get it just like the masseuses in georgia. Don't want to acknowledge sex work. I get it. I get it and i didn't make a big deal about it but i did mention it because it is part of the toxic. Not that it was george floyd fault. It's just that. I think derek chauvin who also worked as a security guard in the same nightclub was jealous of popular. George floyd who you know was even a porn actor. And i think he saw his chance and he it. He was angry cuckold his own wife. But that feeling it doesn't have to be your wife. It could just be a woman you think is hot. That likes another guy better and then get that negative cock feeling and i think it inspires a lot of violence and being a cold can be beautiful thing. It can be as inspired as eskimos sharing their wives. Eskimos sharing the wives tradition. Shoot that book. I think it's eskimos. Is it the eskimos. It's one of those aboriginal tribes means you share your wife and you rub. Your nose is together. And you know it's partly to keep warm so when you have a visitor and it's partly to be bonobo. And maybe it is sexist way to put it. Share your wife. It's like sharing your burrito. Now that's even more sexist besides if you talk like that it should be my little torch adult shea all you walk. I'm sorry i. I spoke on my hot tamale. You know what i do. Gender is food. I think a burrito is male tamales female so every time meeting a burrito. No don't tell me that. Yes yes. I do speak of that. All the all the submarine a hot dog sausage eerie. Bobby you're swallowing. It went very phallic watermelon. Dog i think about that on. Think about that Annual hot dog day as you scarf down those sausages. While you're out there with your rifles year winners. Yeah you on a sexual with your guns in your wieners. The guys are so smart. Tell you beat. Hey by the way it's okay to be an ama- sexual. If you don't have guns i have a client. Who is ammo sexual. But he doesn't have. The police took his guns away. It was a good pig. And he's good he's good he's okay okay with it. Yeah so anyway. So we should celebrate that derek chauvin was found guilty me that we hope also we hope also that this is really truly the beginning of change and bringing the police under civilian accountability accountability not under blue line and this kind of bullish. None of that nonsense k. Your public servants really. Yeah you know. And i want to say this again before anyone goes home at night. The citizen goes home at night. That's what you're there for. Yeah the protect other citizens. He's officer yet. You're a peace officer not a shooter. Yeah assassin speaking of death. My screen went dead chef k. Kp oh said you sound like a conspiracy theorists so deface mcgee came back and said it's not a conspiracy theory. You can go to youtube right now and watch police people for bs reasons. A conspiracy theorist am one about certain things that we have very little information about. Like maybe nine eleven. I feel a little bit inclined to like what happened there anymore. So i can be a bit of a conspiracy theorist about nine eleven but about police. You don't have to be. The statistics are all out there and the video is out there and the evidence is out. There is just a question of whether you feel that. This is what police should be doing. Yeah yeah mbh seventy-five read. it said. i'm surprised he was found guilty. Normally please figure a way to get figure out a way to get away with murder. It was an orchestrated effort to find him guilty. Let me tell you of the people of this country. And let's give ourselves pat on the back for supporting this conviction for believing in for having the conviction to push for this conviction and that includes the people that were out in the street especially. Let's say especially those people's people out on the street that the police said were rioting. Yeah all those people. The protesters the rioters. I don't like you if you're violent. No i don't. But i am saying the aggregate of protest is what is necessary to this result. I think and another element of course is all these celebrities and corporations and it's rare that all of that muscle all that gets behind an effort against the police because of the video. This girl that made this video. They should give her a job. Ali would she should be making major motion pictures. She has the courage. Actually they should have forget these cameras. They should have a camera person with them. That shoots the whole scene. Maybe she should run for office. A hero are shiro. she really is. She's the one that made this happen. Because i think these knees go on. Neck's all the time we don't see it People don't report it or if they report it people don't believe it and so here we have the evidence and then we also have the police cameras although the main evidence from this girl's video her phone and we see it and we can't look away. Well we can but then we feel bad. We we are watching. Death happened before our eyes. And you know how important. I say sexes while you know what the other important thing is there. It is right before our eyes were watching. A man's life leave him and were watching another man. Take his life on purpose with pleasure. Some people say they see coldness in his eyes. And yeah. I do too. But i see pleasure. I see him going. Yeah you're watching me sure. Go ahead watch me. I saw it again in the courtroom. I might be reading things in there. I think he's a sadist. I think he's still kinda proud of himself. Yeah i think he feels bad that his freedom is being taken away from him. Who wouldn't but. I think he feels he did something. He hated this guy. He did out of hatred and he did it out of the police system that supports sadism and supports playing on your hatred. So that you do these things. 'cause they're not really natural to most humans. Maybe a few. I don't know those guys watching them. Is the other police officers. They're going to be tried to and you know. I think they felt uncomfortable. But hey they're going along with it. I think they should be held accountable. Yeah yeah they're going along with it out of out of eleven hundred police murders. Just call them murders Sixteen police officers were charged. Oh my gosh. Eleven hundred out of eleven hundred kill last year by police one form or another sixteen were charged. And i believe yeah. None were convicted. Oh my god another interesting thing. Arnold and it doesn't take a gun usually that's what it takes to kill them but white you pointed out this video of this cop orange county just punch and this woman who was in handcuffs very sexy woman by the way i mean. I'm not saying that was the cause. But she's kind of sexy are these. You're just wearing a bra. And some pants. And he punched her in the face and the other officers had pull him off of her good and at least they did that. At least deduct. you know. that's what we want to encourage out there. Among you good apples be really good in. Stop the thing he might have kept punching her in vacaville vacaville. A cop grabs the kid to kid brings to the ground and punches him in the head. Yup a low. Are you stupid. Come on really and the lapd punching someone downtown. Yeah there's a lot of punching punching then there's shooting which is worse of course worst to shoot but they're related you know you start with the punching talk about gateway alsi ninety three said on read it said. I am all about accountability holding police at a higher standard. But i feel like some people look at least encounters as as automatically being a bad encounter. They don't look at each situation in evacuate No i look at it in the numbers. A lot of dead citizens. Okay so something is wrong. I had a good encounter with the lapd. I sued him and i won. I won settlement and that was cool. Of course. I sued them because they raided bonobo ville. When it was called. Dr suzy's speakeasy in the soul of downtown. La across on hope street across from the morrison hotel. Right jim morrison's spirit was there and there was a real speakeasy there. It was a bar right and ginger. Lynn was my guest that nine. I just wanted to see ginger lynn. I think so too. Yeah so they raided the place and they pretended that there was some robbers for armed and racist. They said hispanic for hispanic men came in and we said well. There aren't any here but you're welcome to look around. Okay now you see. They're not here. Wanted to go out in the alley. Maybe there oh no. We think we're going to hang around because what's this on your walls. Oh officers that's art. This is an art gallery in addition to being a studio. Oh well we don't know if that's art. Is you have to call in some experts. Oh you have art experts all vice so we waited and they held guns sort of on us. I mean last week. I talked about how the first gun was really on the now. They were kind of casually with their guns. But yeah. I mean we weren't doing the show now and we waited for vice to come and then they just basically examined everything anyway. It was very uncomfortable. They were looking like a rape being better than being murdered. They were looking for four hispanic men into refrigerator. They were going through the refrigerator. And my panty daryl okay in addition to my stocking drawer warn or didn't go out no warrant known that's why i sued them and won because they had no warrant. They did it. They had guns they had and they said they were They said they were. What do you call it team swat. Yeah that's what they said to get up swaddled breakdown. What police so of course we opened up and then they lied in court and said that door was open which it never was. I had a gate again. An iron gate a door and a security guard standing there right. Yeah no they said swat police and they also had helicopters oh yeah helicopters overhead and the whole block was everything was blocked off the thing that amazed me most all the guests for the show just walked right past them. Yeah they were much less. Go the knee. Yeah like oh. This is exciting. They didn't know what was going on. I guess maybe they thought we were filming a movie. I'm not sure but they came in and we had to lawyers they're right rights lawyer helped Sort of maybe. That meant we get killed. Well yeah they didn't get shot after all. But i can. I just wanted to that. We had a lot of cameras. Where's the karen. Tell a little story about dr sousa here. So the police raid displays one of the features of the courtroom First of all no lawyer would take the case because it was in front of judge Real manny real right. Yeah and they felt because it was just after nine eleven that no one would go against the police but they also felt that many real was an asshole. Everyone is an all he was a nice. Oh so anyway. A make a long story short. Nobody would defend her. So the judge says you have to come to trial and susan's going to try to case. I became legally blonde based off you awesome. Twenty-three the real legally blind for everybody. That's tuning it. That's the real legally twenty three police officers in the courtroom and the case. Why were you there. Well i did get to cross. Examine all you did. But here's caught in a lie. I told bald faced lie. The best part that i loved of that case was by the way you did have a wonderful two civil rights lawyers lawyers but the best part of the case nizing needs advising you. We have leading wonderful. Barry fisher berry fisher who defended his firm. Defendant me years ago and wonderful. People think i still owe some money from them. I'm not sure. And the thing that i loved was the pink penis. Yes big p. Pink penis pillow that while we're in court wanna. I guess. The prosecutor takes a picture of this thing right and he says what is this assist. Police attorney is what is this. Says it's a penis pillow steps. The jury cracks up the judge. Says straightened out. That's it we're done. What point was several points at which we were done. I have to say that was not the only one that was a good one that was supposed to be their reason for war. Raiding us once they discovered that the four armed hispanic men were not in. Dr suzy's speakeasy fact then. They had to come up with something else. They tried to say. There were people having sex at that moment. That were not obnoxiousness. Say there aren't people having sex at my place people are allowed to have sex and privates it just that they were lying. I guess that's my point. But they were saying that gave them cause to wonder if maybe there was something illegal going on so they said there were people having sex and they said that there was this giant penis and actually max still quite honest. It was me that brought in the picture. Oh yes he said it verbally and it sounded much scarier than it was i said is this giant penis that you're talking about because it's a pillow. And he had to say yes that it was below two balls was a pillow among the pillows. Do you need to examine it to make sure that it is the correct penis pillow and a lot of the cops a lot of cops. I gotta say as i walked around the say max. I'm sorry i don't know why. What here we love dr susan. Yes i got a few apology apologies. And when you went to pick up the cop speaking up or stopping the cops making those wrong decisions. It's the same thing in a smaller scale in the sense because no one was murdered but so the might have been some speaking up because they left actually. It was our friend from the building inspection. Oh that's that's a name to tell everyone to go home and someday we'll tell that story. Should we just spend the whole show which is still to sex okay. 'cause there's another reason that i really dunk them at my trial. Wouldn't yeah with only the real only who who work there. You tell the story. Now and his sister was part of the raid. She was yeah and then he worked for me. A buddy wasn't working for me at the time but his sister was part of the raid. I think she might have been one of the people that call the people off but anyway they were trying to say that now only had called the police about the four armed hispanic men so they don't believe we should know. I can't be says we have the tape. They had the tape tape of the call great scholars. Let's hear the tape. So they blame the tape and it's a guy new york it's very much not only it's not very nice. I called only in. I said only. They're trying to say you made this call and it's not you if you come in you'll nail it 'cause you'll talk and he did. He came in their mouths. Were on the floor and the judge was so upset. He just declared a mistrial because it was so obvious that the police had manufacturer the whole thing will certainly that tape and wasted. Saudi mighty might've genuinely afraid of pink penis shaped pillow was sharply menu larger with one. Dear guys the tape. It wasn't his voice so they had to pay. And that moment. I love the lapd and for many many moments. I had this great relationship with them. They were paying the. They acknowledged their fault. There's a whole lot more story that away. they never. They never came close to us ever again. So thank you. Lapd in fact. I think the whole lapd knows dr seuss but not. Everyone is as fortunate as we are in terms of being legally blonde. I'm legally old. Okay yeah the real death terms. So that's the story of the rio legally blonde before the movie was even made made it. We should sue them. We says yes. I think i got a great movie. There that's true account. I don't know why is lane being. I think you should play yourself to play myself. This is twenty years ago. We got a cast. I'll be myself later. Maybe i'll think back. Yeah i'll do a reflective tonight be the grandfather of course grandpa. i'm gonna. I got a movie. Yeah i'm going to be a grandfather police movie. It's a police movie. Alright like cheech channel music we're gonna play But should it be flashier. Should somebody get killed. No joy nokia awesome on read. It said there was a study done by the doj and they found that seventy seventy five percent. Police have no problem with perjury. As long as they believed the person is guilty. Yes that's true. What's his name being. Awesome awesome happy masturbation month. Keep on fat ben. Let me just say you're right. I witnessed it. I was amazed at how easily they lied and mostly they got away with the lying. They lied one thing after another. I could never prove that. No one was having sex in my foyer. When they walked in. I could prove that that was not only voice that i could prove i could prove something. In terms of there being idiotic by being afraid of a big pink dildo pillow over a few things that were very important mostly. They lied and lied and lied. They always lie those lines. So we love you. Lapd we do. We have a lot of love because of our experience as well as we kind of our love everybody also. We have relatives friends and friends of friends who have relatives. So i just want to say to dues. Relatives were cops man all right. Don't be no. I gotta say the other side of police. Brutality is military brutality. The us is occupying so much the world. And i'm happy to hear that we are leaving a country. I love afghanistan. And i don't say it's a perfect situation. Well we should never have been in there in the first place. We needed to do a criminal investigation. We didn't want to do a criminal investigation of a crime against you could call it america or new york or the towers yet but yeah it was a crime. Why not investigate it. Why just go off half cocked. Because as you don't have a full cock so you gotta get it because you can't get it up georgia then rob your puff man. So he'd invades afghanistan and a lot of people were four. That were were not for that war at first. I thought he's not going to really go into afghanistan. I did this whole thing. Like you can be a man of peace george w shrub i just thought maybe he was correct when he said that the. Us is not in the business of nation building before nine. Eleven happened long before this nation bombing right exactly out caz they made a song. Bob's over back. Oh cool we'll sound. Cast audrey two thousand. Wow over back. There was a terrible time. We thought the vietnam war was law. World war two afghanistan like years twenty years and now they're figuring out the damage. Forget the dead ones. Those poor guys. Those children will never come back here. You know but all the wounded ones that will need help the rest of their lives physically mentally physically that that's a crime that what we're talking about is aggression is this chimpanzee energy so to speak as opposed to the bonobo way but the chimpanzees. They don't kill that much. Humans were so smart. We're ammo sexual so we're gonna kill the whole planet but anyway. Yeah so. We're happy that we're leaving afghanistan masturbation not occupation and it's true that the taliban are awful and the talibans coming back if they coming back they never. They never went anywhere. They never laugh if they had come to me and said we're going to get rid of the tele ban. I save your money okay. Save lives because you're dead right. These are tribes that these are these are radical tribes that to run. try What you needed to do with just somehow bring mister bin laden. Yeah in for a trial captured about that. Yeah that's a whole other story. So i didn't even have to kill him. Yes yes ooh. I ask questions guys. Sitting there in this pajamas gone osama so the happen That didn't even have to happen but certainly he was the one you guys were after. Why shoot up all of afghanistan and not even get him. Because the munitions we also had to use these munitions that we were running that are sitting there are about to expire okay and we had to use those pieces and in fact. A lot of more radioactive. What would you fuck. It's terrible so the taliban. Yeah it's true. They're terrible especially to women but they haven't gotten any better wall the us is there. And i don't know if the us leads bill to joined the family of nations maybe not but us occupying. It's just after after the wrong. At hairier status says on facebook said unfortunately after nine eleven america needed a war like heroin addict needed fix. Speak for yourself harry. I didn't order. America didn't eat award. George w bush and dick head cheney. They needed a war and rummy he needed a war. All their rummy jammies all their people need war there in the war industries war business. The military industrial complex needed a war. They even said so they said what are we gonna do. Regular people didn't need a war protested especially the iraq war the afghan war. I think it took a lot of people by surprise but the iraq war there was this buildup and there was so much protests in the street but yeah bombs away from an implicit hawks. You don't want you know one thing about the nine eleven attacks was that it kind of caught me by surprise because i have a story about that day. Okay that day. Yeah no it just it. Just so happened. That i was in. I was in new york when that happened. I was there two weeks before a half the old that the world trade center. Here's the thing. I did not go to the world trade center. I went to the empire state building. And then i took a picture on the you know the four sides of the you know the the empire state building but one of the size that took. It took a photograph in new york. The world trade center is there and now two weeks before chester foreign. They weren't now more and then before that it was just there was no more world trade center and it was a tragic event and i was like what is worth mild. Was there two weeks before it happened. And that was kind of scared about it was a good phone. Everybody got scared years from now. The friend who's living there at the time it was one of the most terrifying days. And you imagine we do this to people twenty four hours a day around the world The terror of a bomb. That's your house. I said how can so rarely. So here's some good news one out so good news good news. Yeah good news. Is that guide and buy. Yes is the first. Us president to acknowledge armenian genocide. Of course which is what it was. Because these fucking turks a million medians were slaughtered by ottoman turks. Of course we're all fucking max so if you want to call them fucking tur- when we doing that. Well you're we're fucking people where people i knew. how do we get there anyway. I said i'd love turks. After i said that i wonder how the auto women feel about the auto men i i heard about the armenian genocide from colonel jarar zora theun really and i interviewed him riot right and i made a little film and edited it and actually a six year. Old girl was one of my camera people. And she's also in the film and call her because she called. After twenty years yes her. Name's samantha samantha. And anyway gerard is the subject of the film and he's ninety three years old and speaking of just before they're gone this was just before he died and he showed me pictures of himself when he was five. So beautiful five the armenian genocide and then he showed me his art different art pieces. External was this short. Yeah he was shorter than me. Short here so cool. He looked like a little troll doll and he lived. Well the bomb vivo bone vivant with. What's the ranch up there. The zorkin resource in ranch if you for their spring primavera. This time of year is when they'd be doing because this was when their birthday was he was married to dabney. As i was making the film he died. It's beautiful. it's the thing about him. That of course my erotic inclined ear guys. We'll see listeners. Perhaps are interested in is okay. Even though he won awards for his more or less straight art his paintings he also painted news. He really didn't like the word naked even he liked the word nude but the women women. I guess some men were involved. That would model for him. We're beautiful. He had a few plus size but mostly he had very typical model number of years and they would all dance naked around him around him. Every birthday onstage as classical music would play. There was actually a violinist who is also naked on much yellow and she went to yale and she played and i filmed all of this. You can watch it at dr susan. Bloch dot com slash zorkin. So you watched it line and it was really good. I enjoy six year. Old girl. Shoot but i do remember seeing the girls wonderful and she just called a few weeks ago. How old is she. now she's Over twenty right. Yeah by the way. I should say she never was even present win sex or no no was a thin ranch. Not here right well there. They didn't have sex going on. They had a lot of nudity. Of course they might have sex in the corner. Well it was mostly the models but everyone who is is some other new dude running around doodoo which took coming out of there. Yes sater's definitely guys Going around with horns and go legs. Okay so cool. And he called himself is or baucus and he was also a yearly talks about his time at yale he really has an extraordinary story going from just losing everything in the armenian genocide as families who just having this be vont life a beautiful life. Beautiful ranch well. I want to say just in terms of and also advertise congratulate ourselves. They'll shit 'cause we're sex work positive. We are sex workers. We engage in perfectly legal sex therapy mostly over the phone and via web cam but we support sex workers on the street or virtual and we are thrilled. That new york will now not prosecute sex workers kind of in the right direction. They they and that is a step in the right direction. Exactly you say well okay. The other part first of all. I want to thank veronica monet for first sending news to me and triumph that my yale classmate another one cyrus vance. He has city attorney dated. Yes he's manhattan. Cyrus r vance. Junior asked a judge to dismiss nine hundred and fourteen open cases involving prostitution an unlicensed massage. Along with five thousand eighty cases in which the charge was loitering for the purposes of prostitution in short. This means new york city will no longer prosecute prostitution. And obviously this is a great step and i agree that no one can complain about it except and well okay except that he also said that he would continue to prosecute. I guess what you might say. Promotion advertise that. You're a hooker or a sex worker sexual promotion advertising that isn't like just promote loitering on the street that that is still illegal and you could be prosecuted and he would still continue to prosecute clients. Oh so you guys loser. I gotta get it. Gosh poor guys see. I mean that doesn't help. Sex workers a whole lot at the guys are still going to be prosecuted. I mean it's a step in the right direction. I agree but some much more that needs to be done and done quickly done quickly because people go to jail right and a lot of newspapers are gonna lose advertising from hookers and we need full decriminalization new york magazine. Water sex workers and clients and clients very important. You know what can sex worker be without a client. Lonely lonely dick. You're in new york. Those are the new rules and Just just don't get caught up in. Yeah in the sauce. Don't tell anybody what you do. Get got up in the mix. Don't make card yourself promoting promote. Don't advertise shut up so there was another dangerous gender reveal party. That luckily didn't kill in all of new hampshire explosion again party. Now house bake a cake. Just don't even try to control your child's gender. Yeah okay because alone. You don't know what your child could be. You know a little bit of biology. But don't get all culturally controlling here and understand that your child could be dumped on. I would hit the drums. But they're a little far away. Caitlyn jenner this segue into my next subject which is eight list. She's running for california governor and she's a trans woman who doesn't support pro trans policies. She's also a trumper car dash ian and in two thousand fifteen. She caused a car accident. That killed a woman there for me. I was all ready to be caitlyn. Jenner in a way but then she kills this woman. I what janet george bush's white after you show any anyway. I'm curious what demographic would support her. She's running as a republican. I can just hear the brainstorming with brad. Par scholar managing her campaign. Trump's old campaign manager that beats his ex wife. And i don't know he's like always running around with no shirt and he probably just as. Hey you're in california. You know all all the republican californians are trans secret trans lovers of trans people and he's probably on trans websites. He's also thinking about getting paid. And i'm sure that he is and in a way i could feel bad for caitlyn jenner except i don't just stay away from caitlyn. Jenner gender reveal parties all. Just accept that. Your child's gender is not that important vision. They didn't do that if he's getting less and less important in life the sexuality is important. That your child be a person. That embraces sex positivity and not most sexuality earned him away from violence and if they must be violent make sure they understand. Dsm and king so as one way to channel violence that we are totally or you could bring up a killer. Yeah all right so moving right along. The supreme court will once again hear arguments about the word. Fuck which is our word. So i thought i would just mention this very quickly because it's happening this week and i'm excited. It's a high school girl that is getting kicked off. She got suspended from the cheerleading squad because she said fuck the cheerleading squad and she stuck the because they didn't give her a promotion and she did it off and she's just saying that she deserves the right to say fuck and the supreme court has decided anything like that since nineteen sixty nine or maybe it was sixty eight but i like the numbers sixty nine a better number. We all have a middle finger and we all use it sometimes and anyway this guy. He said on the back of his jacket. Fuck the draft and so he was arrested and the only got thirty days in jail but he didn't want to go to jail so he went to jail. I say having sixteen no for her wearing it on his jacket. You guys really don't know what it was like. Yeah and a girl on the back of his jacket at a party. Then he went to a courthouse. I think he was in a public place so not that that was a reason and he he won. He was such a hippie. He was so laid back he didn't even go to the supreme court hearing by his lawyer did very good. If you have any comments we'd like to hear from you. You know especially if you like us. If you don't like us i'll give a shit you know you go like somebody else What's his name. Rogaine that's the hair product noto rogaine. Not the hair. You mean the one who interviewed elon musk. Who's going to be on monday. Night live and i have mixed feelings about him. Because i mean he's married grimes who's pretty cool and he loves noboa's were very cool. Oh by just man in the world and his cars don't really work. They kill people. Well a lot of money going into space like that other billionaire luster throw junk into space. What he throw up their a tesla. What okay we have. Some first timers tuning in on reddit. We have god's death note saying that this is my kind of podcast following now on spotify. Right yeah couple of questions you know we also wanna to promote That we have hunt. Hundreds of hours of unscented awesome material as well so check us out. Dr susan block Dot tv to check that out right away. So it's all free right now as long as Corona apocalypse could last forever. If among you kerr similar did has your money. Tiny. it's using donated. You could donate it and then we can donate it to the bonobos here who do the show and the bonobos in over there. Yes in the congo congo the democratic republic of congo second largest rainforest in the world. That would mean that we would have money for beer doubles. I know for vegetables beer. No organic vegetables markelle here here. We have a whole thing here going on certain liquors. I must say a lot of different liquors delicious. These days who. I'm glad i'm glad that i'm very glad. Thank you. And of course we'd and a belated read for twenty. We saw all the time at four twenty two freon and i just wanted to on one end with one thing they make. They've made it very clear what i'm talking about. Is all those guys with the guns. All those we republican kind of folks that wanna feed children. They don't wanna help old people you know. They want to drop bombs. No doesn't have to be that way. It shouldn't be that. So if you tune into this program you're going to hear a lot of stuff would just stoned talking to you. Thanks for joining us. Come back now very tasty. Are we done or do i get to talk to the said. Y'all come back now goodbye while we have no land. There's no manager who radio bonsoir says that here. Yeah your program. We've probably don't really have time to talk about it but it emerged in the news. I here's another. Here's the gossipy side. I guess because this organization that i had heard quite a bit about years ago called one taste. Have you heard of it now. I hope they do something or they did. Something called orgasmic. Meditation sure and soon. And so i always been a bit suspicious of it or wondering about it. I mean i'm all for anything that promotes female pleasure and male sexual knowledge and it seemed to be college of carnal knowledge where men could learn about women and women could enjoy themselves. But i also wondered i mean. Do they get single women to do this thing out of the really do this. Yeah and it's always made me wonder when i see sort of sex groups like this and i'm not saying they're colts necessarily although the leader are kalisz. This was kind of a cold. This was a clinton or is maybe. They'll snap out of it although the leader nicole davis tony i think is her name. She is being investigated for sex trafficking. Okay i think it could be a bit scammy but sex trafficking. That's a charge. That's being thrown around a lot. These days everywhere. I'm just not gonna get on that bandwagon. That's for sure. Although i will admit that i invite them on the show a few times and they turned us down and listen if evolutionary anthropologist dr richard wrangham of harvard can come on my show. You can too you sex cultists. I mean cletus. You know whatever you are anyway. They wouldn't come on. And yet i had a few people that had been to their workshops on this show and okay that was. That's the part where they'd tell them what they do. You don't want to say you started. That's the part where they knew my husband. And i'm married to a squeamish god very much guy kinda squeamish about sex in a way but in any case yes flashing but you said it clip you said it said cl- stroking the woman since in a nest of pillows with her legs spread. This is there and that place. Yeah she could do it at home. No no i'm talking about part. There's a lot of money involved. I know this okay. i'm not making it. i'm jealous. No yeah yeah. There's a little bit of that in every socialist every bite. Oh these republicans don't want about socialism. They just take the money from the government they take the money. They take all the money and they don't they don't give a shit show by you. You know but it's not the government. It's a few little families that renew world cute little family. Sound like a conspiracy. Theorist no i knew for sure. I've been there her really. So that's not good because i would too hard all my life to become a fucking socialist and these guys want me to become a right wing. No hard killed the kids bomb. The world know. I'm thinking about these few people. Did they still go to a place like a bohemian grove and like have sacrifices and stuff who the people that run the world. Oh those guys all those guys those guys here that the real people to run the world to get into conspiracy. But it's actually the truth. The real people that run the world is just a very few people. Yeah so it's very hard to go after those people and anyways the police are really not there to go after those people for the police. In fact as we know we're founded in order to chase down slaves and then they expanded from slaves into prostitution. I mean why not. It's much easier chase and thought high heels and thought police sneakers even the well. I guess i give them the benefit of the doubt. These folks said the orgasmic. Meditation own one tastes and i don't get that that name though. Why one taste always look once see you gotta get one taste partner more than one lick. No you got a little more money. You get four licks licks take to taste. I feel for you guys. Two minutes we're going to be arriving. Bonobo ville where i understand. What they they make a nicer meal right after the train when the train really we get off the train we go there and then we eat i. I have to give someone a golden shower. We also let me just get this one last commodore end just because it's a good one and on it says anyone else like masturbation more than sacks punisher six. Oh seven oh so you take it away dr susie. I guess if there was no such thing as mutual masturbation. I would maybe say yeah but since there is mutual masturbation and yes i wanna end on that note bank you who is it. Punisher issues zero seven one zero. I might like his punishment. Sorry well okay. I've got punisher here. You're burping and everyone. I'm going to run off with punisher. Likes to masturbate. Okay with me. Punisher is masturbation month and yes you. Can you masturbate with other people. So that you you know of making it alive. If you don't like it you know just call like this. We hope that they win. The fuck you case the supreme court in any case. 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The Tom Dupree Show. 10-31-20HOUR1

The Tom Dupree Show

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The Tom Dupree Show. 10-31-20HOUR1

"Thing is a paid program on six. Thirty wwl is the pre show on newsradio. Six thirty wwl and wwl dot com. Well kinda i guess you know a have you not been off on your shade. You know where to put the golf off spacious. Just welcome to the. Tom duprey showed this week. Joining us is congressman. Andy bar in the home. Stretch of campaigned for november thirds election. We really appreciate him joining us. And i'm going to throw it over to tom so we can get it on the road. Take it over tom. Okay andy you know the drill tom. Depre- show so. Where do you want to start. Well it's great to be with you. I i love this part of the campaign season you get to visit with constituents in france and meet up with people It's a little different. Obviously tobin era crisscrossing the district Safeway with the mask and Going to Lawrenceburg today and then from lawrenceburg the flemings burke so From the western part of the district to the eastern part of the district and up even with the social distance thing ended up masks. It's it's fun to see people and and And and just you know hear about people's aspirations and their concerns to their. They're passionate about this upcoming election right. Well it appears to me that You know the senate people are really hustling. I get about forty text a day from because you know you gave your name to one of them and they all send you stuff. Don't get any from house members. I did have a guy. The republican house member from montana. And there's only one house member from the whole state of montana. They got two senators but only one house member forte. What's that jim cortec friend of mine. No this guy's name is rose something. Is he running neck. The congressman from montana's. My friend. greg gianforte okay for now. He's currently running for a i think. Yeah he this. New guy is running for his seat. Rose rosie rosecrans or something. He called me. and i don't know how he got my number. but anyway. so everybody's hustling. We know that you know over there is no race that seems to be able to be taken for granted so You know it's it's it's the it's the most Go after it political season. I think i've ever witnessed in my life. Absolutely there's going to be a high turnout. Obviously there. Early voting absentee voting and I think there's going to be long lines on election day as well even though there's quite a bit of early voting happening i'm actually encouraging my supporters to vote in person early. I believe that That the election day voters overwhelmingly Supporting the president and republican candidates. It just goes through the Politicization of the virus For whatever reason Democrat liberals are voting absentee mail in ballot but people who are voting in person either early or on election day are overwhelmingly supporting president trump Senator mcconnell and and me so it's it's interesting and the reason why. I made that as we see that in the polling data so You know my my point to all voters but also my supporters is. Hey look go ahead. If you know how you're going to vote go ahead and vote early. Make way for the tens of thousands of people who are going to vote on election day. There's not as many voting location. So clear the way for those folks so that those lines aren't as long on election day. I voted a week ago at it. Tastes creek Library and there's five or six other locations in lexington where you could. Let's talk a little bit about. What do you think are going to be the the real hot button. Things that that voters are going to be voting on right. Now well. I think number one The economy and the virus are intertwined The our ability to continue to push the recovery notwithstanding the The persistence of this virus and as the weather turns we continue to see You know cases occur And even a spike. That's actually expected that thirty more cases but you'll notice mortality is down and that speaks to the incredible innovation of the epidemiologists and designed says the pharmaceutical industry the development of therapies convalescent plasma the antivirals. We've learned so much about this virus And so you see that you know. In march march and april the mortality rate for individuals with kobe. Over the age of seventy was It was pretty scary around thirty percent. It's now down to around five percents real and we're seeing more. We're we're seeing mortality dropped Even among older people just because we know how to handle it in the hospitals a little bit better also. We learned that children younger people deal with this better. Not always but but mainly they do and so we. We think that the the voters are going to obviously be voting about voting on Virus and also The economic recovery. I think most americans do not want to see A another round of makoni and shutdowns of our economy we can safely continued to keep the economy open using masking social distancing hand hygiene We also need liability reform. But we get back to washington after the election that needs to be part of the next round of release We need liability reform For not just businesses but also for colleges and universities and schools and the american academy pediatrics. Says the kids need to go back to school And there's ways that there there's in person learning that's happening that's happening safely And whether is a student that contracted or as exposed there's quarantining procedures if you segregate kids out and pod But i think it's devastating. What's happening to our kids. And many of their parents were having to teach their kids From home and miss works. We're never going to have a full economic recovery Until we get kids back in school and we get people back to work And i think the other thing is that we're close to a vaccine It's amazing what has happened in terms of the public private partnership the cares act funding coupled with the incredible innovation. That's happened in the pharmaceutical industry. we've got multiple vaccines and phase three clinical trials that gold standard at the fda independent review process And because there's additional Public support for this. A when the fda ultimately approves a vaccine as safe and effective then We're going to have Hundreds of millions of doses ready for distribution just because of the public private partnership has happened. We're we're not getting steps but we're doing a variety of steps concurrently which is going to accelerate the development approval and distribution of the vaccine and ultimately that's going to be the key to getting our economy back on track so along those lines. There was an article in the wall street journal a day or two ago. It said When the Abeyance expires There could be thirty to forty million people. evicted and wh- in apartments across the nation and I'm sure somebody has talked about that That's a that's a big number With a major hit to the housing market as well as to the economy and just personal suffering If the because these people who have been evidently unemployed and unable to pay the rent so how would you is getting the kids get. You know we've had this debate in the presidential services committee You know we if you're sticking over housing and obviously we want to do everything you can to keep people in their home. Prevent homelessness benefits It's important understand that Landlords also have mortgages and You know they're gonna lose their properties if there is a continuous mandates of of Housing people who don't pay the rent. So i think the key and that's good for everybody is to prevent victims is to get people back to work so that they can perform on their rental obligations. Put food on the table take care of their families and again it speaks to understanding the virus. Better that we need to protect our senior citizens Even though that mortality rate is even declining for for seniors we need to protect those in nursing. Homes vulnerable populations people who have immuno-deficient systems or pre existing conditions. We need to protect those folks. We need to continue to provide The billions of assistance that. We've that we were providing today for example to promote distance learning and a rural broadband connectivity for distance working That that will need to continue to a certain extent But protect those people who are vulnerable on at the same time allowing businesses to open using those Public health Measures that will keep everyone safe. You know it's amazing. I was talking to epidemiologist lexington and not a single healthcare worker in a major lexington hospital. Who is using all appropriate precautions in terms of donning off the personal protective equipment using the ninety five has contracted the virus from a patient and these are people who are around tobin positive patients all the time because they're taking the necessary precautions so I think that's really really kind of the key to reopen the economy pending operation warp speed. Which is this unprecedented. Amazing push to get back seen right What are you hearing around the district. Just in terms of Any anything specific that you You know might want to make note of it. Amazing to me how concerns so many of my constituents are that the election will result in a lurch towards socialism and radical and extreme policies like defunding the police the green new deal moving away from fossil energy destroying our economy destroying job four trillion dollars in taxes. Frankly sphere with the wrong outcome of the election that we will move toward socialism in this country and You know you would think that. Such fears with the overstated or exaggerate it in the united states of america but unfortunately when you see What has happened to the democratic party in this country. With the hijacking of the of the party no longer the party of of john kennedy. It's it's the party of a ot and the green new deal bernie sanders and chuck schumer. Nancy pelosi Most kentucky democrats of democrats i represent. Do not subscribe to that radical extreme agenda. I do not They may not be republicans. They may not even like republican. But they don't believe in that extreme agenda and and for that reason. I think i think they will reject politicians who Might try to pretend there's something else but would enable that agenda in washington. Dc right it seems like everything in the country has lurched leftward Over the last twenty years and it's it's a lot bigger job Long-term than Just winning an election. I mean there. There needs to be Work done among conservatives. To basically state the case for conservatism and quite frankly for Judeo christian values that. Underpin that well you know. Let's take the issue of abortion for a second. You know it used to be that You'd have a difference of opinion between pro choice and Pro-life americans now most. I would argue both pro choice. Americans do not recognize extreme positions that prevail within the democratic party. You have a nominee of the democratic party for presidents who believes in taxpayer funded abortion up to the moment of birth. I mean it's just crazy And it's and if you don't get that issue right you're not gonna get many issues rights That that's kind of a basic issue To to think that's a major political party in america supports infanticide. It's it's absolutely extreme and speak to just the basic moral compass of our country And then you know it's it's other things too. It's about preserving protecting our institutions the institution of the senate whether or not we continue to operate under a filibuster system where there is a moderating force that require parties to kind of build to a consensus and the super majority in order to pass major legislation or Whether or not we're going to pack the supreme court you know that the nominee of the democratic party joe biden won't even answer the question. Does that the american people don't even deserve to know the answer to that basic question whether or not he is going to support radicals in congress like congresswoman alexandria cortez and bernie sanders and other leftist. Who because they don't like originalist on the supreme court because they want judicial activism and they want to remake. America was a judiciary that they should pack the supreme court just because The president duly elected president has nominated a base john. Bacon fees in accordance with the constitution and was confirmed by senate that was duly elected by the american people. Two years ago. I you know the. I the idea that that just because you lost an election now you have the right to destroy the institution of supreme court and pack the court you know. The fdr tried to do this back in the nineteen thirties and Members of his own party So awarded that very wrongheaded efforts and my hope is that regardless of the outcome of this election goes as at the american people will stop a radical proposal. ruth bader ginsburg said it best She said the correct number is nine. It should stay nine. And we have a three outstanding originalist on the supreme court as a result of the the trump term and What i'm happy about these are people who actually believe that following the law as opposed to Interjecting their own personal views. They need to say they understand that. The role of judges to apply the law. Not to make it or legislate from the bench. So tell me A little bit about your district. How you think Different places will will vote if you if you think. Or if you're free to talk about that and where you think you will run the strongest. well look it's no secret that i represent a diverse district. I represent a left of center city in lexington university. College town There are no doubt Number of obama And clinton and A biden supporters and voters that That part of my district There's also a that Maybe lean lean republican democrat suburban voter. Who who have trouble with the president's personality and so we're kind of swing voters and the and the suburban precinct and then there's rural and small town Parts of my district outside of fayette county. That are very conservative And that are very pro-trump in their leaning some of those places votes sixty five seventy percent before president trump so In one sense my district is kind of like a microcosm of the whole country. It's very diverse politically urban suburban and rural. And that makes me a better congressman because i represent all kinds of people with different views. And i I i take offense at these. These attack ads That that suggests that all. I care about our people who support me. That's that's anybody who knows me or my office or interactive with my office knows that that's a false and Terribly offensive attack personal attack against the character of not just me but the public servants working office. We never asked whether our constituents support us donate to us. Republican or democrat or independent or libertarian americans we. We helped them their veteran. We don't ask what their party registration. Is we help them if it's a small business that he's a lifeline paycheck protection. Low forty station is we. Just we just get the job done. And i think the people of this district whether they're democrat republican liberal conservative. Whether they're gonna vote for the president or not i think We earn a ticket splitting support precisely because we're accessible. We're responsible competent. We get the job. Done he's focused on doing the job that we were elected to do. 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Eight five nine two three three zero four hundred and be sure to listen to the tom. Depre- show saturdays from seven to nine. Am at news radio. Six thirty wwl. That's debris financial group at eight five nine two three three zero four hundred six thirty. W l a tom depre- show this week. Joining us. dr smash through philip sexton mike johnson and our hosts tom depre- taken over tom. Well we only have a twenty one minute segment this week. I figured preemptive k. game get right into it. And i think a big story is The economy and how it recovered significant ground in the third quarter. And you're not hearing much about. It is of course overshadowed by election coverage but i think it's a big deal and in an article from The wall street journal they talk about it. The third quarter increase Of thirty three point one percent That's a it's an annualized rate so probably in real numbers it'd be around eight or nine percent seven or eight percent something like that. Gdp the value of all goods and services produced proc- economy jumped following a record declined from earlier in the pandemic when the virus and related shutdowns disrupted business activity across the country that puts the economy about three and a half percent smaller then at the end of last year. That ain't that much. I mean you know that's really not that big of a decline from last year when you know we stop market saw all time highs in in what february and You know so. I don't know what everybody's worried about. And it's recovered two thirds of the ground. It lost in march in terms. Gdp gdp. that's a huge number. Yeah it's interesting you know. Nobody's talking about that with the election or or anything. I mean that's crazy that that is not being discussed more. And if you want if you're thinking about your vote on tuesday if you haven't gone out and done it yet. Think about things like this gallup saying that fifty six percent of americans felt like they were better off than they were at the end of the obama. Administration's just just think about some of these things. Look at the numbers. I don't like to electioneer well. Sometimes you know anyway i. It's a big election it. It means a lot and it's the numbers are showing that things are coming back in a big way. Well and to add to that too you know too. So they have this chart in here where it tracks credit card and debit card spinning travel. Which is a huge part of gdp is down on swipes. Basically is down over twenty five percent now. So you're seeing you're seeing this rebound in the economy from people just spending on you know just at home domestic stuff. You know not taken as many vacations which is huge. And you've actually seen the savings rate Your date has has actually increased too so you to add to that not only the economy rebounding but it's rebounding while the consumer is also improving its balance sheet So when when. I look out paying down debt. Yeah and and that's when you look out four and five years in advance from this as a consumer improves. Its balance sheet as the economy rebounds. That's a double whammy because that allows a consumer to potentially in the future take on more debt. Yeah the only thing who's balance. Sheet is not improving the us government. And and that's another issue but it's it's not improving right so i was gonna say that you know yes. The gdp has rebounded but you also have to remember that there was a tremendous amount of money that was pumped into the economy That was financed by debt. No no no argument there but to that point to adarsh she know because there's a lot of people that would argue that the stimulus money didn't have an effect. And this would. This would argue on opposite of that. Know just strictly because of the what the outcome has been from that you know expanded unemployment insurance from those twelve hundred dollar checks from all these things where the consumer has been able to withstand being forced to stay at home right so i mean that that was my point that The stimulus if you look at the categories that have up you know. They're primarily consumer spending so a lot of that stimulus money has gone into consumer goods and services durable goods huge huge jump in durable goods. Right so so. What is durable good. I've been hearing that word all my career. And i still can't figure it out. That's that's your things that aren't eating out travel so that would be a your dryer furniture. Okay frigerator awesome. Yeah thanks that just never knew what that word a long lasting good so something less multiple years like vehicle or things out but that increased eighty two percent over the last quarter so let me just huge and we saw that all the way through this. You know with the stay at home with improvements on homes and things like that you know i. People are spending money. What i'll say depend on. Who's doing the improvement on. The home is whether or not. It's a durable good. I mean i wouldn't think that number could stay up there now because when people get enough stuff bought in their house. they're done. So yes that's the question. How much of the mind was put forward because of what happened during the pandemic you could argue the same. That's talks a lot of people were trading stocks Do the pandemic So did they bid up prices more than they should have been. You think stock buying and selling became a substitute for gambling. I think so. I mean i've read quite a few articles that Alluded to that so To some extent but i don't know if it was big money so the real news with institutions. You know you're a big pension. Funds and mutual funds hedge funds side or no. I mean i'm. I'm sure that it moved some stocks but i don't know if it If it was enough to move your big stocks amazon's and apple definitely think you had an effect. i mean. yeah you can see it. When casinos actually opened back up you saw the lines and how many people came to the casinos when they opened. I'm going to tell a quick story. One time i was backpacking in the smokies and got up to cleamons dome and it was dark and my buddy had already left and So there's a road and these people came by and they said you need to help us to add like to get into cherokee and they said we'll take you down there. Were just driving around. We drove down to cherokee. And i got a motel and Next morning i got up and went down for the continental breakfast and these people were dressed up in nice clothes waiting for the casino open talking about and there were several of them talking about which casinos they've been to and who pays out most and you know i mean it was crazy. I didn't know there were people like that was it. Was it a weekend. No i i don't know i don't remember reason i'm asking is 'cause cook story on top of that and this is where i learned. I went to a casino. One time autumn had to go to to cincinnati for something. It was during the week. And i don't know i i don't know if it was a holiday or if it was like i taking a week off and i was just going to go up there with their songs. A casino on like it was thursday at noon and usually you have always been on the weekends. You talk about. People dressed up wearing their suits are nice. Goes you know. I went in on a thursday cincinnati casino at noon and it was like it was like going to the public library. Downtown in terms of the papal sketchy. Really pretty dag on gay. Yeah well let me tell it while we're at so when when i this is about nineteen seventy six. I was probably twenty years old and I was working for my dad up here at at the parade company and they had sold some bonds that had to be delivered in new york on a certain day and in nineteen seventy six there was no federal express. There was a us mayo and it could take however many days they got to figure in what they would have to pay interest to make delivery without having their money and they said you're going to new york brother and i was just working there. It was over christmas and So i get on the plane with these bearer bonds and go to Go to dc from here. It was and then they had what was called the eastern shuttle eastern airlines had just to basically shuttle flight that went back and forth to new york and washington. Every hour got on there. Amir harry reasoner was on there. He was this old Abc a commentator for the evening news. Anyway again a cab. I go down to the bankers. The bankers trust building. I go up to a get to the thing. I'm carrying a large amount of bonds in this briefcase I go to the information desk in acid anita this farm where i was going to deliver them. They said it's on the seventh floor. I get on the elevator. Go there and i get to this thing and it's this window and there are these people hanging around that look like they've been sleeping on the street and i mean it was some rough looking characters and i said There's been a mistake. This cannot be the place. That i'm going. I go back down to the lobby say. Are you sure that that's where this company is. He looks at his thing against. Yeah that's where it is. Go back up there. I go up to the window and everybody behind the window. Speaking spanish all of a sudden they turned to me. And say mr dupree. And i said yeah. I've got something here for you. And i took him out of the satchel. they They they counted them and then they put a rubber band around him and hurled across the room like a frisbee and it went into this hamper. Big old like a laundry and They cut me a check and You know I got out of there quickly but this is the way. The securities industry used to work and those guys that were around. There were runners that ran bonds and stocks between big delivery banks. So that was. That's just my little story. You know where you more nervous having the bonds check. Oh the bond there bearer. Yeah oh yes yeah. I was way nervous having a check or the bonds but anyway Yeah it's over with that happened a long time ago. Yeah so. They put a handcuff on the reality. Make it obvious is in. it's obvious. Yeah yeah get your hand cut off That would make it obvious anyway each. It's just a story. yeah. I didn't mean to derail i mean but that that shows you how far we've came as a country to though you know but and i think the funny thing is is. You didn't ha- when you look at. You know the the stimulus money that we pump dan back to you. Know bring on track but like what really happened in march was a liquidity event. And you look at where we came from there like think about if that happened back then like if you couldn't get bids on things you couldn't get things moved out of your out of your book and that's kinda scary and there have been acquitted events like that in every age but i think we've had more of them lightly at least in the last fifty years eighty seven one. It's it almost turned into. I mean you. It was turned into a solvency issue back in march and some parts of the market. I mean you're looking at you. Know the some parts of the financial markets mortgages you know because of the the imposition of the shutdown. You're you know what are the. What are the mortgage is worth you know the. And so you were seeing that market the mortgage market lockup. I mean yeah. You saw government back mortgage securities dropped five percent right in a matter of two days right which is huge for something that's supposed to have a guarantee bond absolutely liquidity takes its toll on everything if there's no bid there's no bid right you know it doesn't matter what it is. It's always whether there's a bid ford right that's true and then you think about it even You know now. We don't really have and banks but we used to and that's a liquidity crisis also And that's why the federal reserve was created. Where if there's ever a shortage of liquidity and of banks are not able to repay money that people have deposited than there. Is you know panic. And then task system And the last time that was prior to the federal reserve last and those liquidity crisis was in nineteen o seven van because there was no federal reserve system. Jp morgan demand himself had to be allowed The system so I think this has happened as you said many times in the. Yeah p. morgan would have Simply stepped up and bought. The banks and made made the shareholder or may not the shareholders but the Dependent depositors whole right. So you know i mean th there is a connection between a liquidity crisis in a solvency crisis in that one day they are interconnected solvency crisis candy to a liquidity crisis and vice versa. All depends on the leverage right so some people still argue that if lehman brothers was bad out Back in two thousand eight then they probably wouldn't have been that liquidity crisis Yeah they had a huge book right and it affected everybody that they were Counterparty to think it's amazing to so click click on the The whole cove it and what it's caused in markets you're talking about this pull forward demand and things. Well you know the push out. I would say has been travel. So you cut all the the housing improvement and things like that out and normalize it but then at the same time you normalize the travel. You probably still moving forward on the growth spectrum because you've got all these people that have been able to travel but i think some interesting thoughts behind that has been spending on things like collectibles and things things of that nature nostalgia you talk about a liquidity event. I was looking at selling some pokemon cards and those things. You probably still got yours from when you're little nineteen ninety nine and those things if they're graded and they great out properly thousands of dollars. Are you kidding me in saying it is throwing a bunch of those i had. I had a nintendo sixty four. You remember you know sixty four. They have games on nintendo sixty. Now that are selling for sixty and seventy dollars a piece. No kidding like super smash brothers things like that where it's like just the nostalgia. Everybody wants to everybody. Wants it and like you literally could of had two games and made what you spent. Yeah back back then on no six or made it back. I had an atari. i had an atari. Did you have the sixty four bit. I think it was that was at the black one. It was like one before that was the brown with the switches like a manual sweating. I didn't have that at the black. That was the couldn't get that was. That was the fancy atari. The black one was chopper. Command mario brothers. The tell you on the trans. Sorry go ahead. Eagles essay on the trends. Though you're talking about travel and pushed forward you look at the things that have changed like on that chart where they're looking at you know Online retail home improvement. The things that have gone up since covert you look at the massive jump in online retail and that's permanent That is like some of these things that have shifted or permanent. And i think the interesting thing too. Is you think like black. Friday shopping and how everything got discounted so heavily because everybody wanted. That event I keep reading all these reports about a huge holiday season. I doubt there's going to be the discounting usually as been you know because you can do it. All online people can shop online now. So you could see that. There's less discounting and more margin improvement for stores moving forward to the ones that are still around the ones that can sell online. Yeah guess what that means guys that means. We are wrapping it up this week. 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"This is free talk. Live telephone number for you to call in six zero three two eight three six one six zero we do have calls holding. We're in mid call so if you get a busy signal please keep trying if you wanna be on the air with us here tonight in the studio. It's myself. The reverend captain kick ass joining me mountaineer. And melanie and let's go ahead and bring the atlanta and back on the line mark by the way mark. I've i've reinstituted facsimile mark here in the studio and pointed the camera at it and i realized looking at this facsimile mark that from the perspective. When i'm looking at this photo you seem to lean a little bit right but from your perspective you lean a little left or is it the other way around from my perspective way around you laid left from yours. You lean right. So am i bet mixer. Yeah yeah. I think I think that would be hard for people to hard to convince anyone that i'm a democrat Well what are we saying was regarding banking. And i think that we have a false dichotomy. Put in place is that when it comes to spanking children There's sort of spanking or non thanking camp that is often brought up on free talk live when in fact what we should talk be talking about is good parents versus bad parents and i understand why harder to observe to observe but the results. Speak for themselves You know like good people. Good well adjusted. People are the result of good parenting. How do you measure parents. Glass argument how do you measure who is a good parent. His long time to get their circular argument though. Because you wouldn't define someone as a good parent if the outcome of their child is bad correct. So that's a circular argument. Good parents have arguments that it's difficult to To just to sort of make it clear. And i think that libertarians often rush to does it. does it violate the non aggression principle or doesn't it and. I think that you can't do that with children. And here's the reason because they choose they. They've barely have a choice to live in your house or not like you know if the rule to enter my house was i punched in the nose. I would clearly be a lunatic way and probably a bad person. We wouldn't violate the non aggression principle. Are you saying mark that you're okay with violating the non aggression principle. As long as it's a child know what i'm saying is it doesn't violate the thanking doesn't violate the mount aggression principle. Because it's my house and i pay the mortgage You know my house my rules if you don't like them go live elsewhere and that's hard for three zero two and but you put you also put them in a position where they are dependent on you so if you run somebody over with your car in okay. I'll take you the hospital. But but i will only agree to take you to the hospital. If i punch you in the face that is still in that violation or you put them in that position or if you have a quadriplegic in your house and you say well everyone in the house. At certain time of day i get to punch in the face and wept. They didn't leave. I understand your point. I'm just saying that it's not a violation of the map. How can i don't understand how you how you hear. Another human being and that is not a violation of the non aggression principle you are addressing on another human being. I don't care how old they are. You're not yeah it's your house and rules can be what they are and it's weird but that's what it is I would say that you explain it to me in a long way we go further. Let me ask this question if spanking your child. One time between the ages of one in five resulted in them. It's a -sarily in one hundred percent of the time being a good person and not thanking them between one and five resulted in them. Being a bad person would you choose to spank. you're focusing and if the ends justify the means. And i would say you're invoking another universe because i've also been asked if flicking someone on the nose would cure all cancer. Would i do it. Yes but it doesn't. That's not the result in this universe and so in this universe still violate reason that we'd like the non aggression principle is because this is how things behave in the real world that we inhabit if we find out that the non aggression principle is in fact. Detrimental to our long term. Outcomes will probably have to pick a new position. Oftentimes people who refused to spank are bad bad parents because they don't understand discipline at all. They know disappointed at all their children. That's true and the is not only not sufficient to raise a child. It's not sufficient to grab operate as a human being. The problem is this is like the lower spanked the majority of people who are spanked as children turn out to be well adjusted adult majority of children turn out to be well adjusted adults. Yeah so i mean normal. I mean you're implying causation. That doesn't exist. I don't know that we have a big enough sample group of kids who aren't hits to make that comparison. Well we do there's plenty of them and it will be jordi children who are spanked drink water. What do they do what i'm telling you. Is this your responsible science because what it suggests that spanking is what makes people You know bad and psychotic when in fact. It's terrorizing your children. Whether you do it by corporal punishment or not is what makes people back your kid and never lay your hands on them. And that's what. I wish that these articles would talk about defending spanking. Definitely rare circumstances okay. I see what you're saying. You're saying that that spanking may have some impact on a dysfunctional child becoming a dysfunctional adult. But the greater problem here as parents terrorizing their children and that could include spanking. It doesn't necessarily always include spanking. Is that am. I understanding what i'm saying is is the parent. Parents that terrorize their children. I understand that if you can give you a very specific example. I i would argue that while not all parents that terrorize their children's. Spank certainly all. I would argue that. At least to some extent every parent who spanks their child terrorizes them now. It can be a small amount of raising them. But it's still ruled by fear. Let me use an example When was young he was by one one and a half years old. he ran down my driveway. Which time was you know. Went out to a major highway. You've got about three quarters of the way down with dogs my to as we Ran ran after yelling and trying to get him to come back and he disappeared a couple of times. Obviously the thing. The terrorists young parents opposed is. What if my child is debt. You know like and so this is the this is crazy the going down. The driveway finally stops about three quarters. The way down. And you know. I get and We do a timeout here. He's probably had eight timeouts in like okay This is how rarely we've had implement. That's because talking to jack works most of the time You know had to do punishments with it's rare so i implemented one and what we did was a min- it was a minute for every year that he was was now what. I decided that night. If you did that again he was going to get real live spanking and because he could die as a result the worst case scenario really did happen. And so that would be the only circumstance under which i would think and i would forgive a parent who chose to use spanking. Say once per year between the ages of two and seven so i better battles to fight somebody who hits their kid once a year because great european because cold cold. You're kind of responsible journalism. It said everybody who spent their kid is a terrorist. Did you read the actual site. That was linked. Read these studies before and they compared kind of three different groups. But a really. Yeah so it's always too. Yeah it was. It was never it was never spanked spanked without any further abuse and then further abuse which they classified a lot of spankings further abuse as far as i would understand it because they included hitting your kid with objects and hitting them in other places as abuse but not making but the kind of the problem is so a one and a half year old doesn't necessarily or doesn't have they don't understand death. 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Well pick one for well with a ride back in Up until the time of the civil war it was legal. You've heard of the rule of thumb right. It was legal to beat. Your wife with a rod provided was no thicker than the width of your thumb. Now myself i got a phone nail about the size of a quarter. She's my girl would be in trouble and I know girl that wouldn't stay in the air. Do you the jump the fence. And i busted her. You know jeopardize my. You had that kept in the yard who had jumped the fence. Well you know what i'm saying. She wasn't faithful. Okay you're got being a fan. I'm sorry i thought you never held captive in your backyard in a fenced area. Or something and i don't believe in beating my wife. I don't believe in being children. You're speaking Some sometimes things matters they have to be taken into hands and my marriage might have been saved by the actually slapped her once and made her behave though. I never did marriage my hand and saved. What did you say your marriage might have been saved if you slapped. Your wife might have if i may realize what she was doing. She was jeopardizing. The families feel different times after separations family was torn apart four different times in less than ten years. Every i'd put something together key. Tear it apart. It was horrible. Somebody who's totally dramatized forever. Mrs never the same. She left and took all the vehicles on christmas eve. So you think she would have wanted to stay with you if you hit her. I don't know if it might have made her. Think twice as my only point. Okay i have no idea how you control. She was from broke. He was from broken home. I don't know if it was fixable right right. I don't think she would have increased her value of your relationship. If you'd hit her probably not. I never did somebody who's kudos to me. I went through all that hail and never did somebody who's willing to cheat on their spouse and destroy their family and screw up their kids. Lives is not going to be deterred by slapping. They have deeper issues and about what kind of person they are right right right. Okay now. Back on mark's point there's a difference between a spanking and beating okay and and what the problem is the beating and physically abused you know and mentally abused and you stole their piece of trash and whatnot. And why are you here. you know. They'll both scare the crap out of you. Yeah a spanking. Or and that's and that's the thing i don't object to all i do object to the physical damage but i even more object to scaring the crap out of your children. That's not helping them. No dramatization is more horrible than the beaten to beatings over. Quit traumatize but it's not forever. It's well it is our wait wait. Let's let's let's go back. A spanking is wack and it's over. My old man used to walk around the block two or three times when he was kicked me before he lashed me and i was a rambunctious child you know. Sometimes i deserved it. Yeah three inch. wide bill. Brennan pointed that things they. My daddy beats me with that. You may don't know all reminded me. Don't do that. Daddy going to beat you that relate to me very often but you know every now and then every now and then i'm sorry he did. That wasn't real. No i i could have ended up worse than i am. Hell states beat me. Daddy beat me. And i'm still standing tall but all right. Thanks for the call today. Major pain we appreciate it. I i'm with you lee. you know. It's terrorism one way or the other the because if it's acts as a deterrent like how can you say something is deterrent. But also the people on the receiving end of it aren't terrorized or something like that like that makes no sense. It's bad enough to work. Then it's bad enough to have the other effects that come with that the so the question in my mind and i'm trying to remember how this goes it's something like does your child understand rationalization if so then rationalize with your child. Does the child understand. If the child does not understand rationalization then hitting them isn't going to make them understand what they did wrong any better so either way. You're in the wrong stand. You need to communicate if they don't understand they need to not have access to whatever it is correct they're doing right and speaking of rationalizing in a different sense of the word he meant it you can. You can see how he's trying to Make sense of the fact that he was hit as a kid. He's trying to make his parents less bad than they were in those action. I have yet to encounter a human being. And if you're out there six zero three two eight three six one. Six zero human being that was raised and never spanked who now advocates spanking. Usually the people who advocate spanking. We'll say something similar to what major pain our previous caller just said like well. Daddy spanked me to give me weapons. All the time and i turned out just fine no. I'm sorry you didn't deserve to live. I would say okay to do to someone like if you've been mugged and you're like well fine okay. Does that make okay among people. Because that's that's the argument you're making. Yeah well and i mean they're they're stuck at this point of cognitive dissonance where they don't want to see their parents having done something wrong to them so they're like no. It was good. I deserved it. It made me a better person when none of that stream six zero. Three two eight three six one six zero. This is free talk live. We've got more coming up. The terrain federation attaran league have been killing each other for decades sheltered wealthy and light years from the threat. 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There don't have much experience or personal knowledge of banking about i. I was oldest of five boys born in a row in my family. You get a bunch of boys together. it don't use. Words are controlled by words. Young girls are so until eleven or twelve. We did get spankings not a lot. You know very specific kind of thing was really a a family justice system where boundaries rules were find warnings were given when it was violated. The kept on would turn to a spanking and by then everyone of us knew that you were justly being spanked. Wasn't we weren't traumatized it was Unpleasant experience but it wasn't horrible. Rub you realize terrifying robbed. You realize that this is what every female domestic abuse victim says about their husbands. Who abused them. Well you know. I did do wrong. And the beating was justified and it was just sort of his way of telling me. I did wrong. That is not not Very sensitive to thanking it stings. That's about all it does okay. So you wouldn't consider spousal abuse. Sorry go ahead take list so you wouldn't consider it spousal abuse if they hit them in the but i don't think spanking is appropriate about the age where where they really have judgment developed. Would that be who gets to decide for us. Like eleven or twelve eleven or twelve. Which is it having physical deterrence for people who don't have the ability to use judgment like what does that work we would. We would down in front of our parents and they don't do it and as soon as they turned around we would go do it. But if you're if you're saying if your argument is that you don't have judgment and so that's why you have to use hitting instead. How were they supposed to control themselves. Quits jo and it's not painful. Doesn't leave any permanent. If it's not painful what are you. What are you deterring you you. You talked about getting attention. You misinterpreted out getting attention. You have to say it in a language that the person who understand. Okay let let me let me ask you this. You say that it's justified because they don't have That they don't have reason basically right so but they don't they don't make good decisions and so if my the process by you think punishment okay so our two great if they just play flat won't do it right. hang on. I'm going to take this okay. So if If someone's grandmother starts to get dementia starts to make bad decisions to be less rational and essentially behaves in a way that you don't want them to is it okay to hit them on the but I don't. I've never heard of anyone guesting such things that i don't know if it would do any good. I doubt it saying very similar. But i see in your discussion. You're you're making these analogies that aren't aren't they up will. You're saying a person without these faculties needs to be hell. I'm saying that someone that understands this wrong and knows that you don't want them to do it but they still do it. I think you're just for your parents because they want to. I think you're just making excuses for your parents. Doing a bad job of they were my my neither. My mother rarely spanked us. She likes it to my dad and it was sold as always at the end of the day and he never raised his hand against any of us with any kind of anger he was fi and feel like. Why do i have to do this again. And and it works. I mean i react and go. Why do i have to hit my grandma again gently on the bus. Thanks for the colorado. We appreciate it. That's how the state operates. I'm going to use violence unless you do. I want and you don't do what i want. I use violence. Because i mean why would i but cognitive stunt home dissonance syndrome folks. It's all one phrase now it's not stockholm syndrome. It's not cognitive dissonance. It's all of those things wrapped into one. Apparently because i'm with you pay klis. I think that this guy's just attempting to justify the abuse shuffles. I just i just don't believe the i was just common rational and not angry at all and completely detached and a control and i only use violence in a controlled manner. When i'm home and bs that's not what happens. Nobody dad spanks their their sons without a little bit of anger in there. I and even if that were true even if it was only used rationally well you know i don't want to hit you but i just have to hit you in order for you to do what i want you to do. I'm i'm unique in that. I've had as many as five sets of pants in my life. And i can say that it is different for every set of parents as to what type of the guy called it. A family justice system they would use. I've seen everything from the hit on the bought. Two straight up. Beatings in my life. And i am. I can't defend these people anymore. Nor have i ever tried to but this is certainly still defending the abuse that he suffered absolutely. I mean to lot of people. It is much easier to refuse logic then to cope with the emotional trauma of going. I was abused green. And you know. I know you wanna you wanna hold your parents on this pedestal and especially for those of you. Who or older than me. I guess pre internet pre having your libraries. You could go read. Studies pre the fact that somebody screwed up if they had if they didn't have enough knowledge. You don't have to continue to defend the behavior. You could just make the argument. We didn't know that or it wasn't accessible quote. They did know it. These particular people did it. Nope because they didn't have. They didn't have libraries of journal articles or didn't have anything of that nature and also to like just because everybody else's pants are doing it doesn't mean it's okay for you to to your children. More free talk live coming up. 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Big list mountaineer. And melanie and talk about all sorts of fun things. What was the last little. Yeah we were talking about spanking and abuse of children One other thing before we go to more of your calls is children. that is to say illegal miners. Am i n o. R s are at least in the united states possibly worldwide the last minority group to gain rights in some way shape or form at least recognized by states for example governments and the most important minority to protect agreed. So it comes to you know human rights. I believe all humans should be treated the same. As far as the rights are concerned. I would if there were such thing as extra rights i would grant them to children right right. I know that there's no such thing that all humans are the same and we all have the same right so but if there were i would into the because and on the subject of What we were talking about earlier with responsibilities so what you have as an adult in order to maintain the rights of children. If you see a child being spanked you have to speak out. You have to say something. It is your responsibility to refuse to condone. That behavior is how. How do you see that going down. Like what age will peak mountain. Nears pretty tall and burly looking dude. I'm pretty sure if he said something to somebody smaller. They might just be okay. What everybody in that kind of a thing and frequently. It doesn't even take a speech like most people will simply avert their gaze they will actively ignore this occurring whereas if you look if you look at them with a horrified look that is frequently enough to get them to stop. I mean we were talking at the break about About when you give someone a look of horror about them having to hit their kid and they eventually Later in the conversation came back. Yeah i guess. I wasn't later in the conversation that was later in life. Well and i was surprised to hear that from this particular individual but so we aren't not interfere we module we modifier behavior based on the emotional input that we receive from each other about taking their kids especially somebody who has no problem hitting their kids in the light of day in public. You like you telling them anything. All that's gonna i'm like i'm trying to come up with scenario in which you don't think that that's just gonna make it worse for the kid later when they get home. You know what. I don't see in the public. I don't see people spanking their kids very often. I i don't think i've ever seen in new hampshire like if it was okay to hit your kids in such a way if society as a whole sort of or majority sort of thought it was. Okay then wouldn't you think you'd see more of it in public. I mean i did down there I i mean. I used to see more of it than i do. Now there's a total evidence. I have no studies of it. So i don't know if it's occurring lesson public or not well according to the study from the article it's occurring in general which is a beautiful to hear. I mean it's very. I mean we're in new hampshire but there's the rest of the country which contains several different cultures and there's other countries. Let's table this for just a minute. And let's go to david in new mexico. David you're on free talk. Live listening to you. One k. I. v. a. albuquerque new mexico. The rock of talk with eddie aragon and So our children's rights would that include the right to say like actually know their mother and their father do have a right to know their biological parents Kind of knicks adoption. And i don't know if i want to do that. I actually don't believe in way way. Why why why. Why if there's an adoption does that absolutely mean automatically that the child is adopted. That means they will never know their biological parents before the age of eighteen. Why is that a necessity. So do you ask. Do the children have that right and so if the parents what to give them up for adoption and don't want to be contacted before then you're making assumptions. Call a counselor objection calls for speculation. Okay let's let's get back to the question. Do they have a right to know their parents. They have no positive rights they have only negative rights so think it with kids because if you create someone helpless you have an if you call someone to help us. Which is what you do by creating a baby. You have an obligation to meet the needs that you 'cause from that helplessness true. Let me let me let me go back to what i was originally call mug who's going off in I mean i. It's a great conversation but we'll take an hour to sort through it so today is mother's day today is mother's day right so i'm doing right now. Oh and you had called earlier. Jet called early jet right. Yup jet doesn't want us referring to the government and such. He wants us to name names. So in the spirit. The honor of jet Judge john zero junior traffic my children illegally. I proved it at the new mexico. Court of appeals with unanimous. Three judge decision in my favor. Saying the judge and monica zamora illegally traffic to my children and they reversed monica zamora's illegal decision and The the that ties into mother's day. Because i'm calling on behalf nobody gives in f- about david olson david brent olson. Nobody gives an f. about me or my kids. You're sick of hearing about me so let's talk about somebody else. There's a i called in to k. K. o b radio this morning duty. Eric strauss show New occasion of mother's day because they were taking mother's day calls so i called in. And guess what. Eric strauss on k. k. o. b. radio did he took my call and left it. Sit on hold for forty minutes as all the other callers passed by me and then let let the the call die at the end of his program. because why did eric strauss on. Koa do that. He did it because he knew that david olson would bring up something about mothers day and parents being separated wrongly from their children. And so with that. Let me point you to youtube. Everybody knows youtube. And if you search too damn words everybody can do that. Parental alienation and two weeks ago on sunday before this mother's day There was a day dedicated. Fifteen years called parental alienation awareness state. Because all know about it until it hit you you don't yeah. I remember parental alienation awareness. Day and to your point Like i was saying about Negative rights they do have the right not to be trafficked. Okay they they have the right to not be trying to finish up the part of that. Say and then i'll shut up is that that went in the in the whistle blowing. Spirit that if you obstruct me cancel me. Silence me me. Shut me down and kick me to the curb. I don't allow me to talk to you. Then i'll talk about you somewhere else. And so that's what i'm doing so it's mother's day and there's a whole bunch of mothers out there that don't have access to their children and and if you go to youtube and search parental alienation. You can see video after video. After video after video. I scrolled for thirty five minutes to get to the bottom of how many videos there were these people that have been alienated from their children. Youtube parental alienation. That's what i had to say. Thanks david we appreciate it. It certainly something. I did not hear about until david had mentioned. I did not know that there was a parental alienation awareness day. I have experienced parental alienation as child multiple times. So i do sympathize. And i know what he's talking about. I'm profoundly grateful that when my parents divorced they didn't try to alienate us from each other. Six zero three two eight three six one six zero and that is very often the case of what parents will do particularly in a divorce. 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I'm gonna call and talk you about the youngest of rights that would be the right to life but This time i was just gonna refer to voting rights and there's a some people there's a moving especially one party in politics encouraging younger and younger To the point of saying hey we think you know sixteen year old should be voting and we want to get them registered in high school and and I'm curious as to what your thoughts on. That is my personal thoughts. Are that if we're talking about voting for president is that it is a complete and total waste of anybody's time. That's my personal. But i'll let the other host also pipe in so i think that moving the voting age downward i mean you've got to problems. That are where okay so for one. The reason that we had voting in the first place was so that people who were going to potentially fight and die if we get in a war would hypothetically be able to do something to prevent unnecessary wars now. Obviously that's not what happened. And the reason. I if i were an evil world manipulating person the reason i would want to move the voting age downward is because they're easier to manipulate so i don't care about voting rights. I care about results i would. I mean i would straight up. Utilitarian lee how do how does this demographic votes and their decision i am hesitant to give voting rights to people who are legally property which is what sixteen and seventeen year olds are and they shouldn't be but they that is their legal status because then you now own property that can vote and that's awkward. I would vote for. I would lower the those people still gonna vote counted in the census which was wild but insane. I would lower the age of majority to at least sixteen and allow them to get regular jobs. Open businesses move out if they are in one of these abusive. How houses that were also is that we're talking about. They could just leave. That's got a. I went to the grocery store and got a job. When i was sixteen to pay for my car and my gas ltd jobs that minors can have but you cannot have every job that eighteen year old can have. You can't even work fulltime and a lot of states. you can't work after an hour is a lot of times. you can't work during school. So no they can't they don't really have a right to get illegal right to get a regular job. Well i was just gonna say my take had been I'm completely against the idea of making the voting younger. In fact if i was going to vote yes for anything and i'm talking to all voting basically I i would be making it actually older because in my opinion i believe that you should have life experiences before you start voting on things like taxes and where money should go. You have to have some realization of what those things mean and when you're living under your parents roof or you're living in partying college like i did. You don't have a really a reality on life in general living out in the real world so to speak outside your parents house had of and just paying for bills going to work all the rest that i think everyone should have some degree of that in their backpack backpack before. They're starting to vote on things. So i i would rather be like maybe twenty two of Which everybody said. Wow you're why would you wanna raise it twenty two And i was in the military to get the idea of you know. Hey maybe they should be able to vote. If you can go to war you should vote. But i mean yes. That's argument just just real quick on that So would you also be in favor of raising the draft. Age twenty two. Sure i'd be fine with that. I think that'd be a positive direction movement to make. I think to make it. You know equalised out. That'd be fine but but it just fundamentally think that when you're voting on things like property taxes and those if you don't own property and pay taxes on it it's hard for you to it's easy to just vote for other people to pay for things And i fundamentally think you have sort of skin in the game when you're voting. I also think it should be voting to right but you should have to want to vote. You know so me going to register to vote. I don't see any problem with that. I don't think. I should be automatically registered forced to opt out if i run up about voting. I should go and register to me. Taxes were most annoying. I mean there and they've never been annoying. Most when i was sixteen and seventeen because they were taking this money to do things that i wasn't allowed to access or not that it's then it's not a payment for service gig but that's what they president as and you're not allowed to drive past a certain time and you're not allowed to someone else owns you can tell you not to go to the library or the park. And but they're taking my money and then giving it to whoever that that see. I mean that seemed the most screwed up to me. And then you know when you're sixteen seventeen eighteen nineteen hopefully. You don't have kids. You're not getting all these tax deductions but you have incomes. You're being taxed at the highest rate possible. You're probably not married yet. Maybe i'm just weird but that seems to me when you would be the most upset about paying ten years at the lowest income bracket and probably not paying any income taxes. Because you don't make enough to really after the standard deduction you're not really making that much as in the in the lowest income groups you sound like you are educated and can speak fluently. What is a right. Can you define that a right. What is the right. You talk about voting as a right. So what is a right. If voting anything that you should be allowed to do without asking permission from someone else you know things that just in general life liberty and pursuit of happiness you know you have the right to pursue things in your life without government overreach into everything you do is voting right. i'm asking internally here to my co host. I wanted to mention that. I do think this entire conversation is discussing rearranging the furniture on the titanic. Agreed so i mean. Do you have a right to put your suggestions in the box for they are going to threaten people anyway. Maybe do you have a right to tell them how to threaten. People definitely not so my the reason that i said my answer. Which is i. Don't think you know voting. I mean i think voting is a complete waste of time when it comes to presidential voting the larger the group you get. The less. Effective voting is voting might be effective in a group of ten. But when you get to ten thousand or one hundred thousand or millions of people there is no one that is more dumb than all of us trying to make decisions together and we're seeing the results of that. I'm forty eight years old and president after president. After president all of the laws keep growing in number they keep growing in stupidity and none of them ever get repealed when it. When is there enough loss. I don't understand this and voting doesn't seem to help at all i. I agree that it doesn't change the way things work. But i do think it is an effective way of expressing your perspective on. What's going on. So i think that. For example trump protest vote like he was a way of saying especially like when they were voting for him in nomination. He was a way of saying we are dissatisfied with the status. Thanks for the call dave. Now it didn't change anything that he got elected where right where we were anyway but it was an effective way of saying. Hey we don't like the way things go. We are out of time. This has been free talk. Live the sunday night edition. If you missed any of it. Go visit freetalklive dot com and view archives and listen to their thanks piece recruited search and rescue officer. Marshall hunter was resigned to a life of rescuing wayward space fares and derelict satellites. But when a billionaire couple goes missing his own ship is disabled during the rescue with communication satellites suddenly failing and lunar mineral shipments disappearing transit the crew suspects. It's more than a coincidence. And hunter must choose between salvation and sacrifice to save his crewmates man. 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Sports illustrated originally of course once a week now once a month other circumstances the in the same direction. It's one thing after the other here in los angeles the la times only as separate sports section now on sunday and monday. So where does it end. Well it ends. I guess everything going the internet the problem with that you're making companies crooked companies like. At and t. Rich by going to the internet. Beyond that i like the feel of reading a magazine reading sports section. I don't know about you but Love your thoughts at sports. Fred dot com sports for editor dot com spars. At and t. is concerned you may agree with me on politics or disagree on sports or whatever. But you know i'm on. There isn't a worse company on earth that. At and t. They are driving my wife and myself crazy. Worst customer service worse spilling department in the face of the earth. There's any way you can go in another direction. Think about it A positive note. 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Then i sat down to read it and i said oh my god the editor and we had john acres on this show a few times. This is the last edition basketball times. We already know that. Espn sport magazine is no longer with us. We know sports illustrated is now once a month instead of once a week. I think that's the future of sports. I think it's future of news. Everybody going through the internet and companies like. At and t. Stealing from you so mark. What do you think. I like the feel of the magazine Even if the internet was free. I like the feel of the magazine. I'm very disappointed. Here in los angeles mark knows and already knows the los angeles times only has two days a week sunday and monday where they have. Its own sports section and the other five days. It's in what is called the california's second so mark your thoughts about sport magazine's going by the wayside with you. I like the feel of it to you. Know in now you get it on the internet read it. I understand all that but just to go to the newsstand. Pick it up you know. It's it's an obsolete tradition. Now our source you were into publishing published with your dad. Many a magazine Your comments about twenty twenty one and their future sport. Magazine's i'm bummed out about it to be honest with you. I mean i. I still have you. Don't my litany magazines. I love him tons. Occasionally when you're one hundred and twenty four years old you know something might slip your mind. You can always check on the internet. I gotta tell you the internet it's so intercepting and and there's a lot of things on the internet. That aren't true was someone puts something input and it's on your coffee table or on your desk like a newspaper. You'll have a better feeling of you know the what's really going into the editorial that's my opinion anyway. Art rumors habit that chicago bears. Maybe leaving soldiers soldiers field in chicago to arlington about twenty five thirty miles away and again so many memories get gale sayers got the last years of george halas You've got the brian picolo. You've got the eighty five bears. Your thoughts are as a former. Nfl player maybe losing soldiers field. Well you know i. I actually got to plan soldier field a couple of times in preseason over the years and it was a special place to play football because of what you just talked about tradition. I mean you go back. Even i go back to the bears when they played in wrigley field. Yeah you know. So i mean i look at it from a dollars and cents standpoint and i think the mccaskey's realist position or they see what's happened in los angeles. They see what happened in dallas next on the list. You know to get that money from the nfl for the stadium commission and build themselves. You know beautiful stadium. I personally say they spent three or four hundred million dollars about eight to ten years ago to put the spacecraft on top of repeal is really bizarre what you see it in person. It's a pretty nice stadium and it has great tradition. You know. I just can't argue with the fact that the nfl is always trying to to move up and bring in more revenue and maybe this is a way to get out of the inner city of chicago. Which is pretty scary. Fred mark mancini. Your comments You know two hundred and twenty four is of course art source happens to be only fifty nine so your comments about maybe the history losing the history of all the great things and gale sayers six touchdowns against the forty niners something. I'll never forget it was able to watch it down here in los angeles. What about losing soldier field another historic site in the national football. Funny you say. That weren't a t shirt. Now with three rivers stadium on it. That's another icon but yeah never been in chicago but a lot of history there. It's funny when you when you started wearing these t shirts with the nostalgia behind it. Nice on a guy. A couple years ago warned one that had milwaukee county stadium. Bring back the icons man you know this month. Starting last month in fact on a and they are doing a documentary on the wwf and the superstars of that time period and we're talking rowdy roddy piper ric flair hulk hogan and all the rest. No mark i know down in san diego you were big time into wrestling your thoughts about the great ric flair. Roddy roddy piper. Who is my all time favorite. Talk about the wwf. And i don't know if he called sports thing or not. But i started going. I was like eight. My grandfather would take the olympic auditorium here in southern california but talk about wrestling and and you're part of it Down in san diego. Yeah i'll tell you it was big ud up and down california doing in ring announcer for the xp w and stuff and When you look at wrestling it's been there through the childhood. Didn't even till now. I sit there and watch raw and smackdown and built an empire there man. The only thing that i don't like about wrestling is sometimes markets reform guys and you have a stable alike twenty. You're going to really be able to bring everybody to the forefront but yeah matter of fact earlier Before i did this show today. I was watching a confrontation between ravishing rick. Rude and the honky tom. Yeah r again. I don't know if you call. Wwf sports or not. But i do read the documentaries were two hours in two and a half hours long. I watched him all. They've got more to read. You know i remember john. Tolosa golden greek freddie blassie with that beautiful blonde hair meal monstrous with the mask on you know and and it was just the with those glasses and look like coke bottles. I mean it was. There was an era that was really exciting. And and of course we also had roller derby which i thought was pretty bizarre kid but Bowling for dollars chick hearn. Those were those were on days. And you know i gotta say as a kid when they started slapping the mat you know and always out of a tag team matches. It was great fun you know. I think that was. That was something that. I'll never forget as long as i live. I'll never forget mrs live. Lissouba th Who unfortunately passed away early. married to ric flair and Acted as his manager already. Remember that part of the wwf in the ninety s when shows up and she's actually is the married wife of ric flair and the point. I miss the ninety. Six traveling around the world changed little white golf ball around mark. You remember miss elizabeth. She's married to randy savage the mago randy savage. Excuse me of course to randy savage. You remember yeah. I remember that and you know i. I think back in those days of wrestling with something as he had the confrontation with the ravishing rick. Rude who came out and made it passes on all the women. I remember jake the snake wife and then they had a thing where they were fighting each other and stuff but for yet for when you grew up the great pro wrestler. Cima tino there you go. That's my wife. All time favorite. She grew up. He hasn't always talks about brutal again. Money in those days I got to work with the they. Call them the pittsburgh. Plunge it was shane douglas. He was from pittsburgh. I love it. You know it folks if you're twenty or thirty or forty may not realize this but