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"howard howard schultz" Discussed on The Corp

The Corp

11:45 min | 1 year ago

"howard howard schultz" Discussed on The Corp

"Months never happened and it wasn't because of that speech but if I did not tell the truth if I wasn't transparent. I didn't ask something of them. starbucks would not have transformed itself yeah and so leadership also is about having the confidence in your people to understand and being with with you. The other thing is I was very vulnerable in front of ten thousand people and I think leaders especially men have a hard time demonstrating inning vulnerability and I think it's a strength of character. Not a weakness and people come to come to you when you're vulnerable yeah I. I have two more but I know I'm reading right now. Yeah I agree. I have one. I have a bunch. I'm obsessed with it and so there and I'm talking for like the great young entrepreneurs when we do this podcast. That's my inspiration and they don't get to hear someone like you very often. You build an empire conglomerate and you build it through great people. How important a is people in an organization one and two if Howard Howard Schultz was twenty two at a B. School or just out of graduate you graduated from school and you're broke like a lot of our listeners. We all were broke right. What what advice would you give yourself or twenty two twenty three year old on how to impress someone a coward. If I want to get a job in your offices Seattle so so first off Alex I do not have a business degree. neither do I. I visited me three yeah so nice. Everything I've learned in a sense I learned learned growing up and and learn from others so what I've told my own kids. is first off. You have to find something that you really love and you can't fake and I got to be really curious about the world and put yourself selves in situations where you're uncomfortable. You're meeting. People were not part of your sphere of influence and be curious as possible about the world in terms so in coming into starbucks about interviewing for jobs when pressing me I'm not concerned about your resume. Away went to college. I want to know about your life. I want to know about your personal story. you know one of the questions. I I ask everyone. I've ever interviewed is tell me the book you're reading and I'm I'm not so sure they just want to know. I want to know more about you. I'm when I'm when I'm always looking for is people who are hungry people people who are willing to sacrifice for the company and every one of us is going to make a hiring mistake mistake and the hardest thing for an entrepreneur anyone one in business is to realize that you made the higher mistake because you convince yourself that you can change that person and more often than not you can't so one. One of the lessons of entrepreneurship in all aspects of business is if you're GONNA fail fail fast yeah and admit it and move on yeah and try not to make that that mistake again but but there isn't a business that I know of any business that is not skewed towards the values and behavior of people and the people must be aligned must be facing the same direction and everything about behavior matters and everyone everyone's is is on the leader and so live your life like the cameras on yeah. Did you have another question for you. Go last question Okay Alaska and maybe a short unbelievable. Oh you kidding me for your team. They're fantastic. We we love. We love our shows. We Love starbucks and homecoming for me so I'm happy to be here in a great mood Howard when you think about the early mid eighties thought about this dream that you had and by the way you didn't tell us that you had to convince Sherry to you. GotTa come with me honey to Seattle because there's something she's like. I'm not going to anyway. That's another conversation but when you thought about your performance you get your. Mba guys to right. Here's the three five seven-year performa you left something out and it was going into communities. African American Communities Hispanic communities like my community and for whatever reason to three or five dollar starbucks. Maybe wasn't in the plans a guy a six foot nine point guard comes into your office right. Magic Johnson says I can be your partner. You've never franchise at the point right. What about Magic's pitch right convinced you obviously it was a very successful hundred and twenty five stores then you bought back. My question is tell tell me about Magic's pitching what you thought. When you walk into your store sure so I had a mutual friend who said one day that that Magic Johnson wants to come to Seattle meet you so you mentioned the Michael. Jordan store said I'm absolutely worse you know so so Irvin Magic Johnson walks in and you know his personality he is a few yeah and and he had a genuine genuine concern for bringing quality premium products into underserved communities and he said I'm coming here to invite you to something I want to invite you to a movie theater owned in La and I said so we later we met magic. We had dinner We knew what he what he wanted to do. What the pitch was and he said I want to show you come to the movie theater so he was involved at the time. I don't remember the company Sony Anne Theater Okay so guber yeah so he took me there. and what I saw was the without question the fact that he and his understanding the African American community specifically skewed towards doing something for for them that they would not have had access to so for me it was it wasn't so much magic. Although it was it was an opportunity opportunity to bring starbucks to underserved communities in a way that at the time we didn't quite understand. We didn't have the the the knowledge of how to do UH. I think we have the license to do. We didn't so we needed. I think an ambassador and and magic turned out to be exactly what he said he would be. He showed up and he was real. we had a great partnership and then as we got bigger and more scale got into other businesses. It was just an opportunity. I think think to realize we did great things together. We're still friends today but magic opened up the door to some underserved communities for us and it was the only time we did anything like that and and Jordan's wedding and so I'm still friends with urban still we're both rooting for Michigan State yeah. I think we both probably be at that game on Sunday. If they play Duke I know Howard representing over sixty million Hispanics and having starbucks all over our community entities yeah. We love it and we thank you for. Can I come when we're starting so I was in Miami two weeks ago. Okay and you know I have a an endeavor. We're going on right now about thinking of running for president. I think I heard something about that Alice. Did you know that I did and then by the way the peoples of means thing. You got roasted for that you know. I think it'd be fantastic. Thank you so while I was in Miami. I gave a speech at Miami. Dade it college okay yeah and then after that I was invited to Vicki's bakery in the Cuban section of Miami okay and I had an extraordinary opportunity to talk to about one hundred people in front of this very famous Cuban bakery and all I heard all all afternoon was these greats American stories of Cuban Americans who had come from Cuba and realized great success and so when I hear the President President talking about the downside of Immigration what I experienced that day gave gave me great hope and understanding about the power of immigration and these wonderful cuban-americans. I love that that's been tasked love that yeah yeah all right you ready for a little rapid fire. New Yorker Matt Matt Your Mind. You're fine. I'll start easy what what's up with the sizes. I don't WanNa say I never say the names. Let's head to have its own land. You should actually run for president be like hey listen. If I become President I will change it back to small medium and large. I've vote for you. I have no involvement with starbucks but okay I mean we created a language in America but it's I mean I always say small medium. WanNa know what you mean right okay so they get your name right most. That's what name do you give. I always get my real name. Yeah yeah exactly I worry last-named cats. I'm a bigger guy okay and you're about to have a son. I understand yes so will he be little cat. Yes he will until big and then he will. I don't know what he'll be. Maybe Tiger Tiger okay yeah. What about Oh. I actually thought of this while you're talking about the roasters you talk about innovation with the row stories. What have we had a person at the front door. Who just made fun of you when you walked in the door and roasted you? You said you were in innovation a you. In the way you walk in. It's just he just urine ugly. You know and just yells at you and then boom. You're in the rosary. I I think we will pass on that. Okay all right. That's fine Alex Miss sometimes it tops don't fit and I still that's a problem. Okay said saw a problem. We've had that problem. I think I think it's been fixed but I apologize scheduled on your pants yeah every now and then yeah yeah next time it happens chimney cleaning bill okay there we go I actually have something door. Forego the the cleaning cleaning bill the ice ice coffee. It's not uniform so sometimes they'll be like a little luke warm and then sometimes it'd be too much ice. I need a uniform. I know how much I getting. How much ice would you like. I'd like a good amount of ice where it doesn't like sometimes it's at the end. You're drinking like this weird weird gross lukewarm. There's no one is left so we're. GonNa have to work in the okay the straws. Are you GonNa do pay us or you know we're. We're and actually doing that now. I believe what about Metal Strauss people don't like metal stores because they could hurt kids a metals if the future father. I'm I agree with you. There okay I don't even know how that works that this. The big straws are sometimes a little too big. They're like actually all the time because they're the same size they're like. Maybe half an inch too big so we're going to take that back Yep. Okay you got that one. Just keep that What about getting my dad brain dump literature okay. This one kind of doesn't make sense but it makes a lot of sense. Have you ever thought about serving McDonald's French fries starbucks. Take the best thing for me. Donald let me think about that starbucks. I know now okay. That's a good idea though that's a really good idea bulls. It's bull culture blows eating things get ahead of that and Macho matches big. Get ahead of that yeah. That's a big idea. That's a big one more Norah Jones in every starbucks big nor Jones it just set the mood feels like and then my last one what about J..

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"howard howard schultz" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

08:20 min | 2 years ago

"howard howard schultz" Discussed on 790 KABC

"That's take is not gonna make Democrats extraordinarily happy. They think that they can be as radical as they wanna be and people will simply resonate to them. Perhaps the best moment that tells his hat on the campaign trail so far is him going directly after Elizabeth Warren. He says Elizabeth Warren at one point asked him for campaign cash, and he was like now like it is such a Trumpian moment. Elizabeth Warren series person untaxing, she's a serious person. Yes. She came to see me a few years ago and asked me for a contribution for Senate race to give it to her. I did not why. Wow. I don't believe what lose with Warren is what stands for. I don't. I don't believe the country should be heading to socialism. You think she's a socialist? I think she believes in programs that will lead to a level of socialism in America. She's a smart woman. I respect her. This isn't personal. I just don't agree with it. Okay. So. Pretty classic. How dare he how dare he say that you didn't give money to a woman to Elizabeth for? Well, let's just panicking over this guy. Now, if you were running inside the democratic primaries here earns three percent of the vote. Maybe right. He's not even as charismatic as Michael Bloomberg former New York City mayor, but he's running as an independent, and so what that means that all of their favorite tactics tactics. You're a rich white male. Those don't work on people who run as independents, you run as an independent, and it's pretty much guaranteed that you're probably going to have to be wealthy Ross Perot run the most successful. He ran the most successful independent. Candidacy of all time. Pretty wealthy guy. You sort of have to be to sell fun in this world. Now, again, what's amazing about this is that this is not a guy who just loses charisma and yet look at the level of panic on the part of people in the media, just insane Nicole Wallace on MSNBC losing her ever loving mind over the very idea that Howard Schultz would run navy. He's gonna swing the election to President Trump will guys if you're secure enough in your own candidate. Why are you worried about this boring guy, people are terrified and people are terrified that you. Visible Trump critics are now behind someone that they feel I could take away the Democrats best chance of toppling Donald Trump. Nobody's voting. The election is. Okay. So it's so scary. He's talking to see she's talking to Steve Schmidt whose part of Howard Howard Schultz is team. He's already hired a couple of heavy hitters. He hired a guy named metal Bill Burton from the Obama team. And he's hired Steve Schmidt from McCain team to create the sort of bipartisan feel folks on the left. They're very scared. They're so scared that it might throw the election to Donald Trump. Stephen Colbert who legitimately gave up comedy is a career while ago. I don't know why he did. It seemed like at one point. He was good at comedy. But he's decided that he's more into sorta the after dinner lecture now. So I mean, this is some serious comedy happening right here on CBS. Here's Stephen Colbert. Trying to explain that. Howard Schultz is annoying. Stephen Colbert, calling other people annoying are right. It's move. I guess a lot of people are lining up to challenge. Trump like former Starbucks CEO and oldest high school student at glamor shots. Howard Schultz silts is considering running for president as a centrist independent, which is the politically correct term for most of noxious guy at the dinner party. I think most Americans just want to find a middle ground between baby cages and not baby. Cages. Baby handcuffs. Is so terrible at his job. My goodness Seeven berry. There's some sort of poltergeist and Samantha b took over his body. It's wild in the and this does demonstrate I mean cold there himself demonstrates why centrist candidate could do. Well, most Americans don't believe most Americans don't believe that the battle between Democrats and Republicans is a battle between baby cages, and no baby. Cages, remember, the baby cages started under Barack Obama. If you want to call them baby cages. But Stephen Colbert because he believes that this is a battle between darkness and light the light and wonder of the Democratic Party and the darkness and e Ville of the Republican party. He can't imagine anyone who believes in centrism once you live in the psychologists universe where the Republicans are the root of all evil, and thus necessity necessarily every democratic policy is inherently good. You can't even imagine that there might be somebody out there who holds positions different than you. In fact, the fact that Schultz wants to run as a non democrat is evidence par excellence that he's a bad, man. Because if you're a good man, he'd be a democrat served amazing this earlier this week we had on the show again, Noah Rothman, Noah is an author over commentary magazine, he's written a very good book called unjust about the social Justice campaign. And why it completely undermines the basic promise of the United States and Noah has just been ripped up and down by the media. Now, it is worthwhile. Saying no is a commentator on MSNBC. He is one of the most genteel Republicans, and certainly one of the most. Even-handed Republicans on national television. It does not matter. He's being excoriated as a white supremacist for saying that intersection is a net negative for the United States. He's being ripped as a Nazi the level of tolerance on the part of so many people in the media on the left is just it's it's near zero it's near zero and it's radically dishonest and radically terrible. But I guess that again, if you see every battle as not a battle of competing ideas or battle of competing perspectives. But if you see every battle is a battle between good and evil, then anybody who says they want to be a centrist is I guess not really centrists there on the side of evil. You're either with us or against us. Now. Listen, there's an issues in American life where there is no central ground. Like, I think it is fair to say that abortion points of birth. Not a lot of central ground there either. Okay. With telling babies, you're not okay with babies not much in between there. But with that said most issues in America, there's a wide spectrum of opinion where you why on any given question. But Democrats can't accept that for that. It's either their way or no way. So if you're disagree with them. Anything at all. Or if you imply or suggest that their program is too extreme. Well, then you're a bad person. And that's the that's what reeks from democrat Howard Schultz. They actually think that now this liberal fifteen years ago twenty years ago Howard have been a main line democrat, a mainline democrat now he's being excised from the Democratic Party and by running as an independent they're now treating him as a pariah. He's a bad person. Now, they've unforeseen him. It's amazing how quickly the media will unforeseen, you if you happen to disagree with them about policy. You're no longer even a person worthy of the basic level of respect, Jon Favreau. Who's one of the members of the pod America rose he came out? And he said that that this guy even running as a third party candidate means he's he's doing a an ING awful thing. These people Bernie Sanders and Mike Bloomberg on very different ends of the spectrum are both thinking. Yeah, we could both run in the democratic primary, and we'll just see if anyone likes her ideas Howard Schultz thinks that he doesn't have to do that that he gets to just run on his own an independent. And do it that way. Even if it means hurting the democratic candidate, helping to reelect Trump, and that's that's just a awful thing to do. He does get to run. However, he wants and just because he disagrees with you doesn't mean he's done. Something effing awful. It's truly amazing truly amazing. But this level of intolerance extends across the board. Among a lot of Democrats these days, and it's really ugly. It's ugly stuff and Howard Schultz being targeted with it is just evidence. They will go after anyone they will go after me one. It's it's unbelievable. The level of intolerance, by the way extends even further than that. There's an article by David French today in national review about anti Christian bigotry. It's a pretty amazing story is pretty amazing story. Here's the story. He says earlier this month Emmanuel Christian school in Virginia landed squarely in the cultural crosshairs when Karen pens, vice President Mike Pence his wife took a part time job teaching arts to elementary school students. Karen Pence is a believing Christian the school is a church ministry. We talked about this story a media frenzy feeding frenzy followed with progressive pundits across the land. Deming Pence's alleged bigotry a hashtag hashtag exposed Christian schools. Popped up on Twitter needing a New York Times reported to openly call for people to come forward and discuss their Christian school experiences. And this week is amazing. This week a local private academy called the Sheridan school decided to prohibit its sports teams from playing games at Emmanuel Christian school. You can't play sports games with these with these kids who are not responsible for the policies, by the way, because they happen to be Christian kids in the school happens to be Christian. I'm gonna tell you the rest of the story in just a second. It's full bat bleep insane. Get to that. In just a second. First. Let's talk about your Valentine's Day giving by now..

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"howard howard schultz" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

08:19 min | 2 years ago

"howard howard schultz" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Take is not gonna make Democrats extraordinarily happy. They think that they can be as radical as they wanna be and people simply resonate to them. Perhaps the best moment that shows has had on the campaign trail so far is him going directly after Elizabeth Warren. He says Elizabeth Warren at one point asked him for campaign cash, and he was like now like this is such a Trumpian moment. Elizabeth Warren series person untaxing, she's a serious person. Yes, she she came to see me a few years ago and asked me for a contribution for her Senate race to give it to her. I did not. Okay. Why? Wow. I don't believe what Elizabeth Warren is what stands for. I don't. I don't believe the country should be heading to social. I think she's a socialist. I think she believes in programs that will lead to a level of socialism in America. She's a smart woman. I respect her. This isn't personal. I just don't agree with it. Okay. So. Pretty classic. How dare he how dare he say that you didn't? A woman to Elizabeth for leftist panicking over this guy. Now, if you were running inside the democratic primaries here earns three percent of the vote. Maybe right. He's not even as charismatic as Michael Bloomberg former New York City mayor, but he's running as an independent, and so what that means is that all of their favorite tactics. The tactics of you're a rich white male, those don't work on people who run as independents, you run as an independent, and it's pretty much guaranteed. They probably going to have to be wealthy Ross Perot ran the most successful. He ran the most successful independent. Candidacy of all time. Pretty wealthy guy. You sort of have to sell fun in this world. Now. Again, what's amazing about this is that this is not a guy who just uses charisma and yet look at the level of panic on the part of people in the media, just insane Nicole Wallace on MSNBC losing her ever loving mind over the very idea that Howard Schultz would run maybe he's going to win the election of President Trump. Well, guys, if you're secure enough in your own candidate. Why are you worried about this boring guy, people are terrified and people are terrified that you one of the most visible Trump critics are now behind someone that they feel like. Could take away the Democrats best chance of toppling Donald Trump? Nobody's holding the election is. Okay. So it's so scary. He's talking to see she's talking to Steve Schmidt. Who's a part of Howard Howard Schultz his team. He's already hired a couple of heavy hitters. He hired a guy named Bill Burton from the Obama team. And he's hired Steve Schmidt from McCain team to create the sort of bipartisan feel folks on the left. They're very scared. They're so scared that it might throw the election to Donald Trump, Stephen Colbert who legitimately gave up comedy is a career while ago. I don't know why he did it. He seemed like at one point he was comedy. But he's decided that he's more into sorta the after dinner lecture now. So I mean, this is some serious comedy happening right here on CBS. Here's Stephen Colbert. Trying to explain that. Howard Schultz is annoying. Stephen Colbert, calling other people annoying. All right. It's move. I guess a lot of people are lining up to challenge. Trump like former Starbucks CEO and older high school student at glamor shots. Howard Schultz silts is considering running for president as a centrist independent, which is the politically correct term for most of noxious guy at the dinner party. I think most Americans just want to find a middle ground between baby cages and not baby. Cages. Baby handcuffs. He is so terrible at his job. My goodness Seeven call berry, there's some poultry Dyson Samantha b took over his body. It's wild in the this does demonstrate I mean, Kobe himself demonstrates why centrist candidate could do. Well, most Americans don't believe most Americans don't believe that the battle between Democrats and Republicans is available between baby cages, and no baby. Cages, remember, the baby cages started under Barack Obama. If you want to call them baby cages, but Stephen Colbert because he believes that this is a battle between darkness and light the light and wonder of the Democratic Party and the darkness and e Ville of the Republican party. He can't imagine anyone who believes in centrism. Once you live in the psychologists universe where the Republicans are the root of all evil, and thus necess- not necessarily every democratic policy is inherently good. You can't even imagine that. There might be somebody out there who holds positions different than you. In fact, the fact that Schulz wants to run as a non democrat is evidence par excellence that he's a bad, man. Because if you're a good man, you'd be a democrat served amazing. This earliest week we had on the show a guy named Noah Rothman, Noah is an author over commentary magazine is we're in a very good book called unjust about the social Justice campaign. And why it completely undermines the basic premise of the United States and Noah has just been ripped up and down by the media. Now, it is worthwhile. Saying no one is a commentator on MSNBC. He is one of the most genteel Republicans, and certainly one of the most even-handed Republicans on national television. It does not matter. He's being excoriated as a white supremacist for saying that intersection -ality is a net negative for the United States. He's being ripped as a Nazi the level of tolerance on the part of so many people in the media. On the left is just it's it's near zero it's near zero and it's radically dishonest and radically terrible. But I guess that again, if you see every battle as not a battle of competing ideas or battle of competing perspectives. But if you see every battle is a battle between good and evil, then anybody who says they want to be a centrist is I guess not really centrists there on the side of evil. You're either with us against us. Now, listen, there's an issues in American life where there is no central ground. Like, I think it is fair to say that abortion two point of birth. Not a lot of central ground there either. Okay. With telling babies, you're not okay with not much in between there. But with that said most issues in America, there's a wide spectrum of opinion where you lie on any given question. But Democrats can't accept that for them. It's either their way or no way. So if you disagree with them on anything at all or if you imply or suggest that their program is too extreme, well, then you're a bad person. And that that's the that's what reeks from Democrats about Howard Schultz. They actually think that now this liberal fifteen years ago twenty years ago, Howard, chills would have been a line at democrat, a mainline democrat he's being excised from the Democratic Party and by running as an independent they're now treating him as a pariah. He's a bad person. Now, they've done person him. It's amazing how quickly the media will unforeseen, you if you haven't disagree with them about policy, you're no longer even a person worthy of the basic level of respect, Jon Favreau. Who is one of the members of the pod save America rose, he came out. And he said that that this guy even running as a third party candidate means he's he's doing a an effing awful thing. These two people and Mike Lindberg on very different ends of the spectrum are both thinking. Yeah, we could both run in the democratic primary, and we'll just see if anyone likes her ideas Howard Schultz thinks that he doesn't have to do that that he gets to just run on. On his own as an independent and do it that way, even if it means hurting the democratic candidate helping to re-elect Trump, and that's that's just a awful thing to do. He does get to run. However, he wants and just because he disagrees with you doesn't mean he's done. Something effing awful. It's truly amazing truly amazing. But this level of intolerance extends across the board a lot of Democrats these days, and it's really ugly. It's ugly stuff and Howard Schultz being targeted with it is just evidence. They will go after anyone they will go after anyone. It's unbelievable. The level of intolerance, by the way extends even further than that. There's an article by David French today in national review about anti Christian bigotry. It's a pretty amazing story is pretty amazing story. Here's the story. He says earlier this month Emmanuel Christian school in Virginia landed squarely in the cultural crosshairs when Karen pens, vice President Mike Pence his wife took a part time job teaching arts to elementary school students. Karen Pence is a believe in Christian the school is a church ministry. We talked about the story a media frenzy feeding frenzy followed with progress. Pundits across the land condemning Pence's alleged bigotry, a hashtag hashtag exposed Christian schools popped up on Twitter leading a New York Times reported to openly call for people to come forward and discuss their Christian school experiences. And this week is amazing. This week a local private academy called the Sheridan school decided to prohibit its sports teams from playing games at Emmanuel Christian school. You can't play sports games with these these kids who are not responsible for the policies, by the way, because they happen to be Christian kids in the school happens to be Christian the rest of the story in just a second. It's full that bleep insane. It's that in just a second. First. Let's talk about your Valentine's Day giving by now..

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"howard howard schultz" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

14:38 min | 2 years ago

"howard howard schultz" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Two eight two two eight eight two don't worry. I'm not gonna slack off on the other elements of the content portion of the program loaded here today. Let me get started with with some of the stuff. Some of the stuff now. As a fascinating story here from the Associated Press. Tell me if you've heard somebody talking about this recently, the headline some journalists wonder, if their profession is tweet crazy. Bunch of editors are starting to say, they're getting worried about all these reporters just being lazy as they can be and relying on Twitter a bunch of invisible anonymous, we have no idea who they are people acting as representatives of national public opinion when they tweet on any story, and they tweet and they get included in the story as though they are source people that journalists have interviewed I'm telling you. It's destroying things. It is just because Twitter is a cesspool. Swit- Twitter is the refuge of human debris. I'm not saying everybody, there is human debris, but the human day Bree that we have in America, seeks, refuge, and prominence and recognition on Twitter a bunch of anonymous people seeking to give their wives meaning, but they don't wanna have so much. Meaning that people know who they are they want to hide behind anonymity. Anyway. Says here Twitter is the town square for journalists. Some are ready to step away. That's happening this week at the online news site insider by order of the boss. Reporters have been told to take a week off from tweeting themselves and they've been told to take a week off from reading Twitter on their computer screens. The idea of disengaging is to kick away a crutch for the journalists and escape from the echo chamber. Boy, nothing could be more true than this insider editors complaint. It has become it's it's it's worse than a cesspool actually. It it. They have a story. No matter what the story is and go to Twitter and find the most inane, radical comment, and publish it. As though it is Representative of public opinion, and what they generally try to do is fine tweets back up their own personal agendas. Rather than what the details of the story on. And when they stop quoting tweets in everything they write. People then began to notice how horrible Twitter is. And it's been especially bad for journalism. But I actually think there's something else going on here because I don't believe these people for as far as I can throw them. I think all of these journalists that are talking about eliminating Twitter from their stories guess who the most prolific and famous tweeter in America is the Donald J Trump this emphasis of de emphasizing Twitter is really I think nothing more than a disguised effort to have journalists starting knowing Trump is if word for Trump's tweets his viewpoint on things. Would never be reported nothing but lies about Donald Trump would be in the news as they are the only antidote. Is Trump himself? So I don't for a minute believe that the emphasis here on eliminating Twitter has anything to do with helping journalism. It's everything to do with wreaking havoc and damaging Trump. Okay. Let's get to the stack here on the democrat presidential candidates and others. Because there are other Democrats prominent other than those running Howard Howard Schultz. We addressed in the first half I'm going to get back to that too. But here's a story that ran a gravy news on January thirtieth five thirty. Let me ask you. I I got a note from somebody. If this is how you feel sometimes rush. Am I just an all foggy? Am. I too old to understand. Now. What the heck these millennials are talking about? So much of what they say. And do doesn't make any sense to me. It makes no sense to me what these people think about. Rights and privileges. I've never thought about things the way they are. We just being overshadowed or we an Tiki or these people genuinely crazy like they seem to me. One thing. Mr limbaugh. I don't see any joy. And I don't see any happiness in any news about people on the left. Well, that's true. They're incapable of joy and happiness. The absence of joy and happiness is the essence of being liberal. But here is the story that the Email was about the gravy and story headline or casino Cortez. I knowledge my privilege in being born SIS gendered a do. You know, what this gendered is do, you know, do you know, what a web explain it two or three times? But it was not a term when I grew up. It wasn't a term five years ago not in the mainstream. But it is now SIS gender means. You're a natural man or woman, you're binary come from a man and a woman, you're you're you're you're human being you got. You're a boy or girl, man or woman, whatever you are SIS gender. And cisgenders are said to have an unfair advantage because they are normal or they have been defined as normal cisgenders are said, they have privilege that other types of genders do not have and so Alex zombie. Okay. So Cortez says we all must. Eg knowledge, whatever privilege, we have as we go through life. We must be cognizant of it. We must be aware of it. We must be aware of how things are unfair to others. To our benefit. Alexandria. Or Casio said people must acknowledge their privileges in order to fix past wrongs as an example of our own privilege. She identified being a sys gendered woman. Quote, if you haven't had a transition in your life where you know, you were maybe born poor or born without certain privileges. And then especially as you transition into having certain privileges in your life. You actually, see and feel and sense and taste and smell all of the differences. If you've never experienced a different treatment in your life. You wouldn't know what different treatment feels like or looks like, and it's really really hard. Does anybody understand that? Did that make any sense, I can translate this for you? If you need did that make any sense to any of you. Essentially what she's saying if you're born normal and have all kinds of privileges. And if you don't stop to think of the people that don't have the privileges. You've had then you're never going to be able to relate to the disadvantage the downtrodden the homeless the hungry thirsty. So you must recognize your privilege, and you are required to go through life feeling guilty about it. And you are then charged with going through life addressing your privilege, essentially acknowledging it and not using it not using your privilege, defines, fairness and equality. So if you are white privileged you have to go through life, not using your whiteness. Because it's giving you an unfair advantage. And if you use it, then you are engaging in white privilege, and that is a great sin in modern day liberalism. Alexander. The Augusto Cortez argued that nearly every person in the US should be able to identify a privilege, meaning every one of you has an advantage somewhere in your life, and you had better be able to identify it. And then you had better be prepared to acknowledge it and feel guilty about it. And then you had better agree not to use that privilege because if you use the privilege that you are born with or have your acknowledging the inequalities among us, and you're taking advantage of others. There are people that really really believe this. This is nothing more than the quest for sameness or the quest for equality of outcomes. I would say that somebody quests. No, you're not an old fogy. We're we're we're we're dealing with some people who have been have been educated by. Unfortunate group of people who have and carrying around chips on their shoulders for real at imagine reasons, and their entire reason for existence is getting even with those who they think have made life so miserable for them. And the way you get even with somebody for that is make life miserable for them. And so the objective is to make everybody miserable at angry all the time since that's how you are. And that's what this is Howard Schultz freak out by democrat backlash to his independent presidential run. Howard Schultz is getting burned like a bad Cup of Starbucks Coffee. And it may force him to rethink his presidential aspirations. The billionaire and former Starbucks CEO has told advisers he was shocked by the stridency of the attacks made by Democrats following his announcement. He's now said to be looking more closely at whether he wants to even go through with the effort. The intense nature of the criticism stunned Howard Schultz, people close to him told FOX business while the expected some carping he did not foresee the ferocity of some of the vitriol, particularly from the party's top officials and operatives in addition to the barrage of criticism from leading Democrats Howard Schultz was blindsided by the grass roots blowback, including being heckled during event of New York City to promote his new book one person with knowledge of his reaction to the attacks said that he is freaking out about the criticism. Another person described in this guy couldn't put up with what Trump gets this guy. Could he couldn't last a day? But let's I find this fascinating. I must because Howard Schultz has spent apparently years plotting his announcement he spent years plotting how he's going to win. He has spent years plotting his position in the American political spectrum. He's been studying in he obviously believes all of the dribble and build she sees in the media. So he obviously believes everybody hates Donald Trump. He then decides that the democrat party is a little left. I mean, he's a big time left to see been donating the big time leftist candidates and causes like the Clintons, but maybe one of these people don't recognize the millennials either. So he thinks because this is what the Washington establishment tells her great independence. Oh, yes. The moderates. Remember, the theory that eighty percent of the country is cancelled out in every presidential election. Yeah. Forty percent that are hard core. Democrats forty percent hardcore Republicans and you've got the great twenty percent undecided. The moderates the independence, and they have been the people with all the virtue our politics. Our media has told us independence and moderates. The only open minded people. They're the only ones. Admitted her mind. So I'm sure this guy factored all this in. And he would plot his position right there in the center. And I am sure that he thought he would get a hero's. Welcome. I have no doubt that he thought the reaction to his presidential announcement was going to be. The exact opposite of what it has been. And the fact that he has been shocked by it and stunned and freaked out proves that whatever he has used to analyze American politics has lied to him or his perception abilities stink. And it starts with the belief that everybody hates Trump. I'm signed onto that what he doesn't realize. Is that Trump very very artfully? In very very stealthily has crept close and close and close to the centre filling the void left by the Democrats as they have made tracks to the radical left. Howard Schultz thought that was where he was going to be. He was gobsmacked. He's shocked that he's hated because he's a billionaire. Now, I have to ask Howard. What are you been looking at the last twenty five years, where did you where where Where'd you get the idea billionaires are loved, well, I can tell you that Bill Gates or a buffet..

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"howard howard schultz" Discussed on KTOK

"Eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two don't worry. I'm not gonna slack off on the other elements of the content portion of programmer alone in here today. Let me get started with with with some of the stuff. Some of the stuff now. Fascinating story here from the Associated Press. Tell me if you've heard somebody talking about this recently, the headline some journalists wonder, if their profession is tweet crazy. Bunch of editors are starting to say, they're getting worried about all these reporters just being lazy as they can be and relying on Twitter a bunch of invisible anonymous, we have no idea who they are people acting as representatives of national public opinion when they tweet on any story, and they tweet and they get included in a story as though they are source people that journalists have interviewed I'm telling you. It's destroying things it is because Twitter is a cesspool. Swift Twitter is the refuge of human Gabri. I'm not saying everybody, there is human debris, but the human debris that we have in America, seeks, refuge, and prominence and recognition on Twitter a bunch of anonymous people seeking to give their lives, meaning, but they don't want to have so much. Meaning that people know who they are they want to hide behind anonymity. Anyway. Says here Twitter is the town square for journalists. Some are ready to step away. That's happening this week at the online news site insider by order of the boss. Reporters have been told to take a week off from tweeting themselves and they've been told to take a week off from reading Twitter on their computer screens. The idea of disengaging is to kick away a crutch for the journalists and escape from the echo chamber. Boy, nothing could be more true than this insider editors complaint. It has become it's it's it's worse than a cesspool actually. Just it it. They have a story. No matter what the story is and go to Twitter and find the most inane, radical comment, and publish it. As though is Representative of public opinion. And what they generally try to do is fine tweets that back up their own personal agendas. Rather than what the details of the story on. And when they stop quoting tweets in everything they write. People then began to notice how horrible Twitter is. And it's been especially bad for journalism. But I actually think there's something else going on here because I don't believe these people for as far as I can throw them. I think all of these journalists that are talking about eliminating Twitter from their stories guess who the most prolific and famous tweeter in America is it's exactly Donald J Trump this emphasis of de emphasizing Twitter is really I think nothing more than a disguised effort to have journalists starting during Trump is a word for Trump's tweets his viewpoint on things. Would never be reported nothing but lies about Donald Trump would be in the news as they are the only antidote. Is Trump himself? I don't for a minute believe that the emphasis here on eliminating Twitter has anything to do with helping journalism. It's everything to do with wreaking havoc and damaging Trump. Okay. Let's get to the stack here on the democrat presidential candidates and others. Because there are other Democrats prominent other than those running Howard Howard Schultz. We addressed in the first half I'm going to get back to that too. But here's a story that ran gravy and news on January thirtieth at five thirty. Let me ask you. I I got a note from somebody see if this is how you feel sometimes rush am. I just an old foggy am I to understand? Now. What the heck these millennials are talking about? So much of what they say. And do doesn't make any sense to me. It makes no sense to me what these people think about. Rights and privileges. I've never thought about things the way they are. We just being overshadowed or we an Tiki or these people genuinely crazy like they seem to me. One thing. Mr limbaugh. I don't see any joy. And I don't see any happiness in any news about people on the left. Well, that's true. They're incapable of it, joy and happiness. The absence of joy and happiness is the essence of being liberal. But here is the story that the Email was about the gravy of story. The headline or casual Cortez, I acknowledge my privilege in being born SIS gendered. Do you know, what's this gendered is do, you know, do you know, what we explain it two or three times? But it was not a term when I grew up. It wasn't a term five years ago not in the mainstream. But it is now six gender means. You're a natural man or woman, you're binary come from a man and a woman, you're you're you're you're human being you got. You're a boy or girl, man or woman, whatever you are SIS gender. And cisgenders are said to have an unfair advantage because they are normal or they have been defined as normal cisgenders are said, they have privilege that other types of genders do not have and so Alex zombie. Akeso Cortez says we all must. Acknowledge whatever privilege we have as we go through life. We must be cognizant of it. We must be aware of it. We must be aware of how things are unfair to others. To our benefit. Alexandria or gas? Your said people must acknowledge their privileges in order to fix past wrongs as an example of her own privilege. She identified being a cyst gendered woman. Quote, if you haven't had a transition in your life where you know, you were maybe born poor or born without certain privileges. And then especially as you transition into having certain privileges in your life. You actually, see and feel and sense and taste and smell all of the differences. If you've never experienced a different treatment in your life. You wouldn't know what different treatment feels like or looks like, and it's really really hard. Does anybody understand that? Did that make any sense, I can translate this for you? If you need did that make any sense to any of you. Essentially what she's saying if your born normal and have all kinds of privileges. And if you don't stop to think of the people that don't have the privileges. You've had then you're never going to be able to relate to the disadvantage the downtrodden the homeless the hungry the thirsty. So you must recognize your privilege, and you are required to go through life feeling guilty about it. And you are then charged with going through life addressing your privilege, essentially acknowledging it and not using it not using your privilege, defines, fairness and equality. So if you are white privileged you have to go through life, not using your whiteness. Because it's giving you an unfair advantage. And if you use it, then you are engaging in white privilege, and that is a great sin in modern day liberalism. Alexander the Cortez argued that nearly every person in the US should be able to identify a privilege, meaning every one of you has an advantage somewhere in your life, and you had better be able to identify it. And then you had better be prepared to acknowledge it and feel guilty about it. And then you had better agree not to use that privilege because if you use the privilege that you are born with or have your acknowledging the inequalities among us, and you're taking advantage of others. There are people that really really believe this is this is nothing more than the quest for sameness or the quest for equality of outcomes. I would say that somebody question. No. You're not an old fogy. We're we're we're we're dealing with some people who have been educated by. It's unfortunate group of people who have been carrying around chips on their shoulders for real at imagine reasons in their entire reason for existence is getting even with those who they think have made life so miserable for them. And the way you get even with somebody for that is make life miserable for them. And so the objective is to make everybody miserable. Angry all the time since that's how you are. And that's what this is Howard Schultz freaked out by democrat backlash to his independent presidential run. Our children's getting burned like a bad Cup of Starbucks Coffee. And it may force him to rethink his presidential aspirations. The billionaire and former Starbucks CEO has told advisers he was shocked by the stridency of the attacks made by Democrats following his announcement. He's now said to be looking more closely at whether he wants to even go through with the effort. The intense nature of the criticisms stunned Howard Schultz, people close to him until FOX business while expected some carping he did not foresee the ferocity of some of the vitriol, particularly from the party's top officials and operatives in addition to the barrage of criticism from leading Democrats Howard Schultz was blindsided by the grass roots blowback including being heckled during a New York City to promote his new book one person with knowledge of his reaction to the attacks that he is freaking out about the criticism. Another person described commu magin this guy couldn't put up with what Trump gets this guy. Could he couldn't last a day? But let's I find this fascinating. I must because Howard Schultz has spent apparently years plotting. His announcement. He has spent years plotting how he's going to win. He has spent years plotting his position in the American political spectrum. He's been studying any obviously believes all of the dribble and Bill she sees in the media. So he obviously believes everybody hates Trump. He then decides that the democrat party's little left. I mean, he's a big time left to see been donating big time leftist candidates and causes like the Clintons, but maybe one of these people recognize the millennials either. So he thinks because this is what the Washington establishment tells every great independence. Oh, yes. The moderates. Remember, the theory that eighty percent of the country is cancelled out in every presidential election. Yeah. Forty percent that are hard core. Democrats forty percent hardcore Republicans and you've got the great twenty percent undecided. The moderates the independence, and they have been the people with all the virtue our politics. Our media has told us independence and moderates. The only open minded people. They're the only ones. Reminds some sure this guy factored all this in and plot. He would plot his position right there in the center. And I am sure that he thought he would get a hero's. Welcome. I have no doubt that he thought the reaction to his presidential announcement was going to be. The exact opposite of what it has been. And the fact that he has been shocked by it and stunned and freaked out proves that whatever he has used to analyze American politics has lied to him or his perception abilities stink. And it starts with the belief that everybody hates Trump. I'm sure he signed onto that what he doesn't realize. Is that Trump very very artfully? In very very stealthily has crept close and close and close to the centre filling the void left by the Democrats as they have made tracks to the radical left. Howard Schultz thought that was where he was going to be. He was gobsmacked. He's shocked that he's hated because he's a billionaire. Now, I have to ask Howard. What are you been looking at the last twenty five years, where did you where where Where'd you get the idea billionaires are loved, well, I can tell you that Bill Gates or buffet..

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16:13 min | 2 years ago

"howard howard schultz" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two don't worry. I'm not gonna slack off on the other elements of the content Porsche loaded here today. Let me get started with some of the stuff some of the stuff now. As a fascinating story here from the Associated Press. Tell me if you've heard somebody talking about this recently, the headline some journalists wonder, if their profession is tweet crazy. Bunch of editors are starting to say, they're getting worried about all these reporters just being lazy as they can be and relying on Twitter a bunch of invisible anonymous, we have no idea who they are people acting as representatives of national public opinion when they tweet on any story, and they tweet and they get included in the story as though they are source people that journalists have interviewed I'm telling you. It's destroying things. Just because Twitter is a cesspool. Swift Twitter is they refuge of human day. Bree. I'm not saying everybody, there is human debris, but the human debris that we have in America, seeks, refuge, and prominence and recognition on Twitter. A bunch of anonymous people seeking to give their lives, meaning, but they don't want to have so much. Meaning that people know who they are they want to hide behind anonymity. Anyway. Says here if Twitter is the town square for journalists. Some are ready to step away. That's happening this week at the online news site insider by order of the boss. Reporters have been told to take a week off from tweeting themselves and they've been told to take a week off from reading Twitter on their computer screens. The idea of disengaging is to kick away a crutch for the journalists and escape from the echo chamber. Boy, nothing could be more true than this insider editors complaint. It has become. It's it's it's worse than a cesspool actually. Just it it. They have a story. No matter what the story isn't going to Twitter and find the most in name, radical comment, and publish it. As though it is Representative of public opinion, and what they generally try to do is fine tweets that back up their own personal agendas. Rather than what the details of the story on. And when they stop quoting tweets in everything they write. People then began to notice how horrible Twitter is. And it's been especially bad for journalism. But I actually think there's something else going on here because I don't believe these people for far as I can throw them. I think all these journalists that are talking about eliminating Twitter from their stories guess who the most prolific and famous tweeter in America is Donald J Trump this emphasis of de emphasizing Twitter is really I think nothing more than a disguised effort to have journalists starting knowing Trump is a word for Trump's tweets. His viewpoint on things. Would never be reported nothing but lies about Donald Trump would be in the news as they are the only antidote. Is Trump himself? And so I don't for a minute believe that the emphasis here on eliminating Twitter has anything to do with helping journalism. It's everything to do with wreaking havoc and damaging Trump. Okay. Let's get to the stack here on the democrat presidential candidates and others. Because there are other Democrats prominent other than those running Howard Howard Schultz. We addressed in the first half I'm going to get back to that too. But here's a story that ran a gravy a news on January thirtieth at five thirty. Let me ask you. I I got a note from somebody. See if this is how you feel sometimes rush. Am I just an all foggy? Am I to understand? Now. What the heck these millennials are talking about? So much of what they say. And do it doesn't make any sense to me. It makes no sense to me what these people think about. Rights and privileges. I've never thought about things the way are we just being overshadowed or we an peaks or these people genuinely crazy like they seem to me. One thing. Mr limbaugh. I don't see any joy. And I don't see any happiness in any news about people on the left. Well, that's true. They're incapable of joy and happiness. The absence of joy and happiness is the essence of being liberal. But here is the story that the Email was about. The gravy story. The headline or Casio Cortez. I acknowledge my privilege in being born SIS gendered. Hey, do you know, what's this gendered is do, you know, do you know, what a web explained it two or three times? But it was not a term when I grew up. It wasn't a term five years ago not in the mainstream. But it is now six gender means. You're a natural man or woman, you're binary come from a man and a woman, you're you're you're you're human being you got. You're a boy, girl, man or woman, whatever you are SIS gender. And cisgenders are said to have an unfair advantage because they are normal or they have been defined as normal cisgenders are said to have privilege that other types of genders. Do not have an so Alexandra. Okay. So Cortez says we all must. Eggnog college whatever privilege, we have as we go through life. We must be cognizant of it. We must be aware of it. We must be aware of how things are unfair to others. To our benefit. Alexandria, Casio Cortez said people must acknowledge their privileges in order to fix past wrongs as an example of her own privilege. She identified being a SIS gendered woman. Quote, if you haven't had a transition in your life where you know, you were maybe born poor or born without certain privileges. And then especially as you transition into having certain privileges in your life. You actually, see and feel and sense and taste and smell all of the differences. If you've never experienced a different treatment in your life. You wouldn't know what different treatment feels like or looks like, and it's really really hard. Does anybody understand that? Did that make any sense, I can translate this for you? If you need did that make any sense to any of you. Essentially what she's saying if you're born normal and have all kinds of privileges. And if you don't stop to think of the people that don't have the privileges. You've had then you're never going to be able to relate to the disadvantage the downtrodden the homeless the hungry thirsty. So you must recognize your privilege, and you are required to go through life feeling guilty about it. And you are then charged with going through life addressing your privilege, essentially acknowledging it and not using it not using your privilege, defines, fairness and equality. So if you are white privileged you have to go through life, not using your whiteness. Because it's giving you an unfair advantage. And if you use it, then you are engaging in white privilege, and that is a great sin in modern day liberalism. Alexander. The Augusto Cortez argued that nearly every person in the US should be able to identify a privilege, meaning every one of you has an advantage somewhere in your life, and you had better be able to identify it. And then you had better be prepared to acknowledge it and feel guilty about it. And then you had better agree not to use that privilege because if you use the privilege that you are born with or have your acknowledging the inequalities among us, and you're taking advantage of others. There are people that really really believe this. This is nothing more than the quest for sameness or the quest for equality of outcomes. I would say to somebody quests. No, you're not an old fogy. We're we're we're we're dealing with some people who have been have been educated by. It's unfortunate group of people who have been carrying around chips on their shoulders for real and imagined reasons and their entire reason for existence is getting even with those who they think have made life so miserable for them. And the way you get even with somebody for that is make life miserable for them. And so the objective is to make everybody miserable and angry all the time since that's how you are. And that's what this is Howard Schultz free out by democrat backlash to his independent presidential run. Howard Schultz is getting burned like a bad Cup of Starbucks Coffee. And it may force him to rethink his presidential aspirations. The billionaire and former Starbucks CEO has told advisers he was shocked by the stridency of the attacks made by Democrats following his announcement. He's now said to be looking more closely at whether he wants to even go through with the effort, the intense nature of the criticism stunned Howard Schultz, people close to him told FOX business while the expected some carping he did not foresee the ferocity of some of the vitriol, particularly from the party's top officials and operatives in addition to the barrage of criticism from leading Democrats Howard Schultz was blindsided by the grass roots blowback including being heckled during an event in New York City to promote his new book one person with knowledge of his reaction to the attack said that he is freaking out about the criticism. Another person described commu magin this guy couldn't put up with what Trump gets this guy. Could he couldn't last a day? But let's I find this fascinating. I must because Howard Schultz has spent apparently years plus. Plotting his announcement. He spent years plotting how he's going to win. He has spent years plotting his position in the American political spectrum. He's been studying in the obviously believes all of the dribble and Bill she sees in the media. So he obviously believes everybody hates Donald Trump. He then decides that the democrat party is a little laugh. I mean, he's a big time left. See been donating to big time leftist candidates and causes like the Clintons, but maybe one of these people don't recognize the millennials eater. So he thinks because this is what the Washington establishment tells everybody. Great independence. Oh, yes. The moderates. Remember, the theory that eighty percent of the country is cancelled out in every presidential election. Yeah. Forty percent that are hard core. Democrats forty percent hardcore Republicans and you've got the great twenty percent undecided. The moderates the independence, and they have been the people with all the virtue our politics. Our media has told us independence and moderate. So the only open minded people. They're the only ones. Haven't met her demise. So I'm sure this guy factored all this in and thought he would plot his position right there in the center. And I am sure that he thought he would get a hero's. Welcome. I have no doubt that he thought the reaction to his presidential nouncement was going to be. The exact opposite of what it has been. And the fact that he has been shocked by it. And starting at freaked out proves that whatever he has used to analyze American politics has lied to him or his perception abilities stink. And it starts with the belief that everybody hates Trump. I'm sure he signed onto that what he doesn't realize. Is that Trump very very artfully? In very very stealthily has crept close and close and close to the centre filling the void left by the Democrats as they have made tracks to the radical left. Howard Schultz thought that was where he was going to be. He was gobsmacked. He's shocked that he's hated because he's a billionaire. Now, I have to ask Howard. What have you been looking at the last twenty five years, where did you where where where where did you get the idea billionaires are loved, well, I can tell you that Bill Gates or at buffet. Take your pick of any rich person that calls for tax increases on the rich and gives away all kinds of charity money, the left wing causes. They are loved and adored. But Howard shorts created a capitalist enterprise. And he didn't do the required may culpas. He's not apologized. He's not made excuses. He's not acted like he didn't want to become a billionaire it just happened. So he's out there touting the American dream. He's I understand all I did. I started from nothing in Brooklyn. I became and billionaire. What's what's the American Howard? That is the equivalent of the enemy to today's Democrats, and you are one and the fact that you didn't spot this. What does that tell you? And the fact now he can't take any of this. Disapproval can't can't handle any of this criticism is literally thinking about getting out now. Obviously he thought that he was gonna get a hero's. Welcome. He thought that this was going to be he thought he had staked out a position that nobody in American politics has anymore. The great independent middle. I gotta take a break. We will continue after this don't go away. February issue of Limbaugh letter beat the young hard-charging conservative.

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16:09 min | 2 years ago

"howard howard schultz" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Two eight two two eight eight two don't worry. I'm not gonna slack off on the other elements of the content portion of the program loaded here today. Let me get started with some of the stuff now. As a fascinating story here from the Associated Press. Tell me if you've heard somebody talking about this recently, the headline some journalists wonder, if their profession is tweet crazy. I'll bunch of editors are starting to say they're getting worried about all these reporters just being lazy as they can be and relying on Twitter a bunch of invisible anonymous, we have no idea who they are people acting as representatives of national public opinion when they tweet on any story, and they tweet and they get included in a story as though they are source people that journalists have interviewed I'm telling you. It's destroying things. It is just because Twitter is a cesspool. Swit- Twitter is the refuge of human debris. I'm not saying everybody, there is human debris, but the human debris that we have in America, seeks, refuge, and prominence and recognition on Twitter a bunch of anonymous people seeking to give their lives, meaning, but they don't want to have so much. Meaning that people know who they are they want to hide behind anonymity. Anyway. Says here Twitter is the town square for journalists. Some are ready to step away. That's happening this week at the online news site insider by order of the boss. Reporters have been told to take a week off from tweeting themselves and they've been told to take a week off from reading Twitter on their computer screens. The idea of disengaging is to kick away a crutch for the journalists and escape from the echo chamber. Boy, nothing could be more true than this insider editors complaint. It has become it's it's it's worse than a cesspool actually. It just it it. They have a story. No matter what the story isn't going to Twitter and find the most inane, radical comment, and publish it. As though it is Representative of public opinion. And what they generally try to do is fine tweets that back up their own personal agendas rather than what the details of the story on. When they stop quoting tweets in everything they write. People then began to notice how horrible Twitter is. And it's been especially bad for journalism. But I actually think there's something else going on here because I don't believe these people as far as I can throw them. I think all of these journalists that are talking about eliminating Twitter from their stories guests who the most prolific and famous tweeter in America is exactly Donald J Trump this emphasis of de emphasizing Twitter is really I think nothing more than a disguised effort to have journalists starting during Trump is it word for Trump's tweets. His viewpoint on things. Would never be reported nothing but lies about Donald Trump would be in the news as they are the only antidote. Is Trump himself? And so I don't for a minute believe that the emphasis here on eliminating Twitter has anything to do with helping journalism. It's everything to do with wreaking havoc and damaging Trump. Okay. Let's get to the stack here on the democrat presidential candidates and others. Because there are other Democrats prominent other than those running Howard Howard Schultz. We addressed in the first half I'm going to get back to that too. But here's a story that ran a gravy news on January thirtieth at five thirty. Let me ask you. I I got a note from somebody see if this is how you feel sometimes rush. Am I just a little foggy? Am I too old to understand? Now. What the heck these millennials are talking about? So much of what they say, it doesn't make any sense to me. It makes no sense to me what these people think about. Rights and privileges. I've never thought about things the way they are. We just being overshadowed or we an Tiki or these people genuinely crazy like they seem to me. One thing. Mr limbaugh. I don't see any joy. And I don't see any happiness in any news about people on the left. Well, that's true. They're incapable of joy and happiness. The absence of joy and happiness is the essence of being liberal. But here is the story that the Email was about. Story. The headline. Oh, Casio Cortez. I add knowledge my privilege in being born SIS gendered. Hey, do you know, what's this gendered is do, you know, do you know, what explained it two or three times? But it was not a term when I grew up. It wasn't a term five years ago not in the mainstream. But it is now six gender means. You're a natural man or woman, you're binary come from a man and a woman, you're you're you're you're human bang. You've got. You're a boy, girl, man or woman, whatever you are SIS gender. And cisgenders are said to have an unfair advantage because they are normal or they have been defined as normal cisgenders. I said they have privilege that other types of genders do not have. And so Alex envy. Okay. So Cortez says we all must. Acknowledge whatever privilege we have as we go through life. We must be cognizant. We must be aware of it. We must be aware of how things are unfair to others. To our benefit. Alexandria. Or guests gut said people must acknowledge their privileges in order to fix past wrongs as an example of her own privilege. She identified being a sys gendered woman. Quote, if you haven't had a transition in your life where you know, you were maybe born poor or born without certain privileges. And then especially as you transition into having certain privileges in your life. You actually, see and feel and sense and taste and smell all of the differences. If you've never experienced a different treatment in your life. You wouldn't know what different treatment feels like or looks like, and it's really really hard. Does anybody understand that? Did that make any sense, I can translate this for you? If you need did that make any sense to any of you. Essentially what she saying if your born normal and have all kinds of privileges. And if you don't stop to think of the people that don't have the privileges. You've had then you're never going to be able to relate to the disadvantage the downtrodden the homeless the hungry thirsty. So you must recognize your privilege, and you are required to go through life feeling guilty about it. And you are then charged with going through life addressing your privilege, essentially acknowledging it and not using it not using your privileged defines, fairness and equality. So if you are white privileged you have to go through life, not using your whiteness. Because it's giving you an unfair advantage. And if you use it, then you are engaging in white privilege, and that is a great sin in modern day liberalism. Alexander the castle Cortez argued that nearly every person in the US should be able to identify a privilege, meaning every one of you has an advantage somewhere in your life, and you had better be able to identify it. And then you had better be prepared to acknowledge it and feel guilty about it. And then you had better agree not to use that privilege because if you use the privilege that you are born with or have your acknowledging the inequalities among us, and you're taking advantage of others. There are people that really really believe this is this is nothing more than the quest for sameness or the quest for equality of outcomes. I would say that somebody quest. No. You're not an old fogy. We're we're we're we're dealing with some people who have been educated by. Unfortunate group of people who have and carrying around chips on their shoulders for real and imagined reasons and their entire reason for existence is getting even with those who they think have made life so miserable for them. And the way you get even with somebody for that is make life miserable for them. And so the objective is to make everybody miserable and angry all the time since that's how you are. And that's what this is Howard Schultz freak out by democrat backlash to his independent presidential run. Howard Schultz is getting burned like a bad Cup of Starbucks Coffee. And it may force him to rethink his presidential aspirations. The billionaire and former Starbucks CEO has told advisers he was shocked by the stridency of the attacks made by Democrats following his announcement. He's now said to be looking more closely at whether he wants to even go through with the effort. The intense nature of the criticism stunned Howard Schultz, people close to FOX business while the expected some carping he did not foresee the ferocity of some of the vitriol, particularly from the party's top officials and operatives in addition to the barrage of criticism from leading Democrats Howard Schultz was blindsided by the grass roots blowback including being heckled during a New York City to promote his new book one person with knowledge of his reaction to the attack said that he is freaking out about the criticism. Another person described commu magin this guy couldn't put up with what Trump gets this guy. Could he couldn't last a day? But let's I find this fascinating. I must because Howard Schultz has spent apparently years plotting his announcement he spent years plotting how he is going to win. He has spent years plotting his position in the American political spectrum. He's been studying in he obviously believes all of the dribble and Bill she sees in the media. So he obviously believes everybody hates Donald Trump. He then decides that the democrat party is a little left. I mean, he's a big time left us even donating to big time leftist candidates and causes like the Clintons, but maybe one of these people doesn't recognize the millennials eater. So he thinks because this is what the Washington establishment tells every great independence. Oh, yes. The moderates. Remember, the theory that eighty percent of the country is cancelled out in every presidential election. Yeah. Forty percent that are hard core. Democrats forty percent hardcore Republicans and you've got the great twenty percent undecided. The moderates the independence, and they have been the people with all the virtue our politics. Our media has told us independence and moderate. So the only open minded people. They're the only ones. Reminds some sure this guy factored all this in and thought he would plot his position right there in the center. And I am sure that he thought he would get a hero's. Welcome. I have no doubt that he thought the reaction to his presidential announcement was going to be. The exact opposite of what it has been. And the fact that he has been shocked by it and stunned and freaked out proves that whatever he has used to analyze American politics has lied to him or his perception abilities stink. And it starts with the belief that everybody hates Trump signed onto that what he doesn't realize. Is that Trump very very artfully? In very very stealthily has crept close and close and close to the centre filling the void left by the Democrats as they have made tracks to the radical left. Howard Schultz thought that was where he was going to be. He was gobsmacked. He's shocked that he's hated because he's a billionaire. Now, I have to ask Howard. What are you been looking at the last twenty five years where did you weren't where? Where'd you get the idea billionaires loved, well, I can tell you that Bill Gates or at buffet. Take your pick of any rich person that calls for tax increases on the rich and gives away all kinds of charity money, the left wing causes. They are loved and adored. But Howard Schultz created a capitalist enterprise. And he didn't do the required. Mayock culpas. He's not apologized. He's not made excuses. He's not acted like he didn't want to become a billionaire. It just happened. So he's out there touting the American dream. He's I don't understand all I did. I started from nothing in Brooklyn. I became a billionaire. What's what's the American Howard? That is the equivalent of the enemy to today's Democrats, and you are one and the fact that you didn't spot this. What does that tell you? And the fact now he can't take any of this. Disapproval can't can't handle any of this criticism is literally thinking about getting out now. Obviously he thought that he was going to get a hero's. Welcome. He thought that this was going to be he thought he had staked out a position that nobody in American politics has anymore. The great independent middle. I gotta take a break. We will continue after this don't go away. February.

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KSFO-AM

16:19 min | 2 years ago

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"Hundred two eight two two eight eight two don't worry. I'm not gonna off on the other elements of the content portion of the program loaded here today. Let me get started with some of the stuff. Some of the stuff now. That was a fascinating story here from the Associated Press. Tell me if you've heard somebody talking about this recently, they headline some journalist wonder, if their profession is tweet crazy. Bunch of editors are starting to say, they're getting worried about all these reporters just being lazy as they can be and relying on Twitter a bunch of invisible anonymous, we have no idea who they are people acting as representatives of national public opinion when they tweet on any story, and they tweet and they get included in a story as though they are source people that journalists have interviewed I'm telling you. It's destroying things. It is just because Twitter is a cesspool. Sweat Twitter is the refuge of human Gabri, not saying everybody, there is human debris, but the human debris that we have in America, seeks, refuge, and prominence and recognition on Twitter a bunch of anonymous people seeking to give their lives, meaning, but they don't want to have so much. Meaning that people know who they are they want to hide behind anonymity. Anyway. Says here Twitter is the town square for journalists. Some are ready to step away. That's happening this week at the online news site insider by order of the boss. Reporters have been told to take a week off from tweeting themselves and they've been told to take a week off from reading Twitter on their computer screens. The idea of disengaging is to kick away a crutch for the journalists and escape from the echo chamber. Boy, nothing could be more true than this insider editors complaint. It has become. It's it's worse than a cesspool actually. It it. They have a story. No matter what the story is and go to Twitter and find the most in name, radical comment, and publish it. As though it is Representative of public opinion, and what they generally try to do is fine tweets that back up their own personal agendas. Rather than what the details of the story on. When they stop quoting tweets in everything they write. People then began to notice how horrible Twitter is. And it's been especially bad for journalism. But I actually think there's something else going on here because I don't believe these people for far as I can throw them. I think all of these journalists that are talking about eliminating Twitter from their stories guess who the most prolific and famous tweeter in America is exactly Donald J Trump this emphasis of de emphasizing Twitter is really I think nothing more than a disguised effort to have journalists starting knowing Trump is if a word for Trump's tweets his viewpoint on things. Would never be reported nothing but lies about Donald Trump would be in the news as they are the only antidote. Is Trump himself? Oh, I don't for a minute. Believe that the emphasis here on eliminating Twitter has anything to do with helping journalism. It's everything to do with wreaking havoc and damaging Trump. Okay. Let's get to the stack here on the democrat presidential candidates and others. Because there are other Democrats prominent other than those running Howard Howard Schultz. We addressed in the first half I'm going to get back to that too. But here's a story that ran a grabby news on January thirtieth at five thirty. Let me ask you. I I got a note from somebody see if this is how you feel sometimes rush. Am I just an old foggy am? I too old understand. Now. What the heck these millennials are talking about? So much of what they say. And do it doesn't make any sense to me. It makes no sense to me what these people think about rights and privileges. I've never thought about things the way they are. We just being overshadowed or we an Tiki or these people genuinely crazy like they seem to me. One thing. Mr limbaugh. I don't see any joy. And I don't see any happiness in any news about people on the left. Well, that's true. They're incapable of it, joy and happiness. The absence of joy and happiness is the essence of being liberal. But here is the story that the Email was about the gravy of story. The headline or Casio Cortez. I acknowledge my privilege in being born SIS gendered. Hey, do you know, what's this gendered is do, you know, do you know, what a web explained it two or three times? But it was not a term when I grew up. It wasn't a term five years ago not in the mainstream. But it is now six gender means. You're a natural man or woman, you're binary come from a man or woman. You're you're you're you're human being you got. You're a boy or girl, man or woman, whatever you are SIS gender. And cisgenders are said to have an unfair advantage because they are normal or they have been defined as normal cisgenders are said to have privilege that other types of genders do not have. And so Alex. Okay. So Cortez says we all must. Eggnog college whatever privilege, we have as we go through life. We must be cognizant of it. We must be aware of it. We must be aware of how things are unfair to others. To our benefit. Alexandria. Or Casio said people must acknowledge their privileges in order to fix past wrongs as an example of her own privilege. She identified being a sys gendered woman. Quote, if you haven't had a transition in your life where you know, you were maybe born poor or born without certain privileges. And then especially as you transition into having certain privileges in your life. You actually, see and feel and sense and taste and smell all of the differences. If you've never experienced a different treatment in your life. You wouldn't know what different treatment feels like or looks like, and it's really really hard. Does anybody understand that? Did that make any I can translate this for you? If you need did that make any sense to any of you. Essentially what she's saying if your born normal and have all kinds of privileges. And if you don't stop to think of the people that don't have the privileges. You've had then you're never gonna be able to relate to the disadvantage the downtrodden the homeless the hungry thirsty. So you must recognize your privilege, and you are required to go through life feeling guilty about it. And you are then charged with going through life addressing your privilege, essentially acknowledging it and not using it not using your privileged defines, fairness and equality. So if you are white privileged you have to go through life, not using your whiteness. Because it's giving you an unfair advantage. And if you use it, then you are engaging in white privilege, and that is a great sin in modern day liberalism. Alexander the castle Cortez argued that nearly every person in the US should be able to identify a privilege, meaning every one of you has an advantage somewhere in your life, and you had better be able to identify it. And then you had better be prepared to acknowledge it and feel guilty about it. And then you had better agree not to use that privilege because if you use the privilege that you are born with or have your acknowledging the inequalities among us, and you're taking advantage of others. There are people that really really believe this. This is nothing more than the quest for sameness or the quest for equality of outcomes. I would say that somebody quests. No, you're not an old fogy. We're we're we're we're dealing with some people who have been educated by. Unfortunate group of people who have and carrying around chips on their shoulders for real and imagined reasons and their entire reason for existence is getting even with those who they think have made life so miserable for them. And the way you get even with somebody for that is make life miserable for them. And so the objective is to make everybody miserable and angry all the time since that's how you are. And that's what this is Howard Schultz freak out by democrat backlash to his independent presidential run. Howard children's getting burned like a bad Cup of Starbucks Coffee. That may force him to rethink his presidential aspirations. The billionaire and former Starbucks CEO has told advisers he was shocked by the stridency of the attacks made by Democrats following announcement. He's now said to be looking more closely at whether he wants to even go through with the effort. The intense nature of the criticism who stunned Howard Schultz, people close to him told FOX business while the expected some carping he did not foresee the ferocity of some of the vitriol, particularly from the party's top officials and operatives in addition to the barrage of criticism from leading Democrats Howard Schultz was blindsided by the grass roots blowback including being heckled during a New York City to promote his new book one person with knowledge of his reaction tax that he is freaking out about the criticism. Another person described commu magin this guy couldn't put up with what Trump gets this guy. Could he couldn't last a day? But let's I find this fascinating. I must because Howard Schultz have spent apparently years plotting his announcement he spent years plotting how he's going to win. He has spent years plotting his position in the American political spectrum. He's been studying in the obviously believes all of the dribble and Bill she sees in the media. So he obviously believes everybody hates Donald Trump. He then decides that the democrat party is a little laugh. I mean, he's a big time left us even donating to big time leftist candidates and causes like the Clintons, but maybe one of these people doesn't recognize the millennials either. So he thinks because this is what the Washington establishment tells every great independence. Oh, yes. The moderates. Remember the theory that eighty percent of the country is cancelled out in every presidential election yet forty percent that are hard core. Democrats forty percent hardcore Republicans and you've got the great twenty percent undecided. The moderates the independence, and they have been the people with all the virtue our politics. Our media has told us independence and moderates and the only open minded people. They're the only ones that have admitted reminds some sure this guy factored all this in and plot. He would plot. His. His position right there in the center. And I am sure that he thought he would get a hero's. Welcome. I have no doubt that he thought the reaction to his presidential announcement was going to be. The exact opposite of what has been. And the fact that he has been shocked by it and stunned and freaked out proves that whatever he has used to analyze American politics has lied to him or his perception abilities stink. And it starts with the belief that everybody hates Trump. I'm sure he signed onto that what he doesn't realize. Is that Trump very very artfully? I'm very very stealthily has crept close and close and close to the centre filling the void left by the Democrats as they have made tracks to the radical left. Howard Schultz thought that was where he was going to be. He was gobsmacked. He's shocked that he's hated because he's a billionaire. Now, I have to ask Howard. What are you been looking at the last twenty five years where did you weren't where? Where'd you get the idea billionaires are loved well, I can tell you that Bill Gates Warren Buffett. Take your pick of any rich person that calls for tax increases on the rich and gives away all kinds of charity money, the left wing causes. They are loved and adored. That Howard shorts created a capitalist enterprise. And he didn't do the required mayor culpas. He's not apologized. He's not made excuses. He's not acted like he didn't want to become a billionaire just happened. He's out there touting the American dream. He's I don't understand all I did. I started from nothing in Brooklyn. I became a billionaire. What's what's the American Howard? That is the equivalent of the enemy to today's Democrats, and you are one and the fact that you didn't spot this. What does that tell you? And the fact that he can't take any of this. Disapproval can't can't handle any of this criticism is literally thinking about getting out now. Obviously he thought that he was going to get a hero's. Welcome. He thought that this was going to be. He thought he had staked out a position that nobody in American politics has anymore. The great independent middle. I gotta take a break. We'll continue after this don't go away. February issue of oh Limbaugh letter beat the young hard-charging conservative viewpoint of the national student organization turning point USA. This guy is going to give you more faith than more.

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710 WOR

15:54 min | 2 years ago

"howard howard schultz" Discussed on 710 WOR

"About this recently, they headline some journalist wonder, if their profession is tweet crazy. Bunch of editors are starting to say, they're getting worried about all these reporters just being lazy as they can be and relying on Twitter a bunch of invisible anonymous, we have no idea who they are people acting as representatives of national public opinion when they tweet on any story, and they tweet and they get included in a story as though they are source people that journalists have interviewed I'm telling you. It's destroying things. It is just because Twitter is a cesspool. Swit- Twitter is the refuge of human Gabri. I'm not saying everybody, there is human debris, but the human day Bree that we have in America, seeks, refuge, and prominence and recognition on Twitter a bunch of anonymous people seeking to give their lives, meaning, but they don't want to have so much. Meaning that people know who they are they want to hide behind anonymity. Anyway. Says here Twitter is the town square for journalists. Some are ready to step away. That's happening this week at the online news site insider by order of the boss. Reporters have been told to take a week off from tweeting themselves and they've been told to take a week off from reading Twitter on their computer screens. The idea of disengaging is to kick away a crutch for the journalists and escape from the echo chamber. Boy, nothing could be more true than this insider editors complaint. Get has become it's it's it's worse than a cesspool actually. Just it it. They have a story. No matter what the story is and go to Twitter and find the most in name, radical comment, and publish it. As though it is Representative of public opinion, and what they generally try to do is fine tweets that back up their own personal agendas. Rather than what the details of the story on. And when they stop quoting tweets in everything they write. People then began to notice how horrible Twitter is. And it's been especially bad for journalism. But I actually think there's something else going on here because I don't believe these people for as far as I can throw them. I think all of these journalists that are talking about eliminating Twitter from their stories guests who the most prolific and famous tweeter in America is exactly Donald J Trump this emphasis of de emphasizing Twitter is really I think nothing more than a disguised effort to have journalists starting during Trump is a word for Trump's tweets his viewpoint on things. Would never be reported nothing but lies about Donald Trump would be in the news as they are the only antidote. Is Trump himself? And so I don't for a minute believe that the emphasis here on eliminating Twitter has anything to do with helping journalism. It's everything to do with wreaking havoc and damaging Trump. Okay. Let's get to the stack here on the democrat presidential candidates and others. Because there are other Democrats prominent other than those running Howard Howard Schultz. We addressed in the first half I'm going to get back to that too. But here's a story that ran a gravy a news on January thirtieth at five thirty. Let me ask you. I I got a note from somebody see if this is how you feel sometimes rush. Am I just an old foggy am? I too old understand. Now. What the heck these millennials are talking about? So much of what they say. And do it doesn't make any sense to me. It makes no sense to me what these people think about. Rights and privileges. I've never thought about things the way they are. We just being overshadowed or we an takes or are these people genuinely crazy like they seem to me. One thing. Mr limbaugh. I don't see any joy. And I don't see any happiness in any news about people on the left. Well, that's true. They're incapable of joy and happiness. The absence of joy and happiness is the essence of being liberal. But here is the story that the Email was about the gravy story. The headline oh Casio Cortez. I add knowledge my privilege in being born SIS gendered. A D know, what's this gendered is do, you know, do you know, what a web explained it two or three times? But it was not a term when I grew up. It wasn't a term five years ago not in the mainstream. But it is now six gender means. You're a natural man or woman, you're binary come from a man and a woman, you're you're you're you're human being you got. You're a boy or girl, man or woman, whatever you are SIS gender. And cisgenders are said to have an unfair advantage because they are normal or they have been defined as normal cisgenders are said to have privilege that other types of genders do not have and so Alex zombie. Okay. So Cortez says we all must. Acknowledge whatever privilege we have as we go through life. We must be cognizant of it. We must be aware of it. We must be aware of how things are unfair to others. To our benefit. Alexandria or castle said people must acknowledge their privileges in order to fix past wrongs as an example of her own privilege. She identified being gendered woman. Quote, if you haven't had a transition in your life where you know, you maybe born poor or born without certain privileges. And then especially as you transition into having certain privileges in your life. You actually, see and feel and sense and taste and smell all of the differences. If you've never experienced a different treatment in your life. You wouldn't know what different treatment feels like or looks like, and it's really really hard. Does anybody understand that? Did that make any sense? I can translate this for you. If you need didn't make any sense to any of you. Essentially what she's saying if your born normal and have all kinds of privileges. And if you don't stop to think of the people that don't have the privileges. You've had then you're never going to be able to relate to the disadvantage the downtrodden the homeless the hungry the thirsty. So you must recognize your privilege, and you are required to go through life feeling guilty about it. And you are then charged with going through life addressing your privilege, essentially acknowledging it and not using it not using your privilege, defines, fairness and equality. So if you are white privileged you have to go through life, not using your whiteness. Because it's giving you an unfair advantage. And if you use it, then you are engaging in white privilege, and that is a great sin in modern day liberalism. Alexander. The Augusto Cortez. Argued nearly every person in the US should be able to identify a privilege, meaning every one of you has an advantage somewhere in your life, and you had better be able to identify it. And then you had better be prepared to acknowledge it and feel guilty about it. And then you had better agree not to use that privilege because if you use the privilege that you are born with or have your acknowledging the inequalities among us, and you're taking advantage of others. There are people that really really believe this is this is nothing more than the quest for sameness or the quest for equality of outcomes. I would say that somebody quests. No, you're not an old fogy. We're we're we're we're dealing with some people who have been have been educated by. Unfortunate group of people who have in carrying around chips on their shoulders for real and imagine reasons and their entire reason for existence is getting even with those who they think have made life so miserable for them. And the way you get even with somebody for that is make life miserable for them. And so the objective is to make everybody miserable and angry all the time since that's how you are. And that's what this is Howard Schultz freaked out by democrat backlash to his independent presidential run. Howard Schultz is getting burned like a bad Cup of Starbucks Coffee. That may force him to rethink his presidential aspirations. The billionaire and former Starbucks has told advisers he was shocked by the stridency of the attacks made by Democrats following his announcement. He's now said to be looking more closely at whether he wants to even go through with the effort. The intense nature of the criticisms stunned Howard Schultz, people close to him told FOX business while the expected some carping he did not foresee the ferocity of some of the vitriol, particularly from the party's top officials and operatives in addition to the barrage of criticism from leading Democrats Howard Schultz was blindsided by the grass roots blowback including being heckled during an event in New York City to promote his new book one person with knowledge of his reaction to the attacks that he is freaking out about the criticism. Another person described commu magin this guy couldn't put up with what Trump gets this guy. Could he couldn't last a day? But let's find this fascinating. I must try because Howard Schultz has spent apparently years plotting his announcement he spent years plotting how he's going to win. He has spent years plotting his position in the American political spectrum. He's been studying in the obviously believes all of the dribble and Bill she sees in the media. So he obviously believes everybody hates Donald Trump. He then decides that the democrat party is a little left. I mean, he's a big time left to see been donating to big time leftist candidates and causes like the Clintons, but maybe one of these people don't recognize the millennials either. So he thinks because this is what the Washington establishment tells everybody. Great independence. Oh, yes. The moderates. Remember, the theory that eighty percent of the country is cancelled out in every presidential election. Yeah. Forty percent that are hard core. Democrats forty percent hardcore Republicans and you've got the great twenty percent undecided. The moderates the independence, and they have been the people with all the virtue our politics. Our media has told us independents and moderates, the only open minded people. They're the only ones that have admitted their minds. So I'm sure this guy factored all this in and thought he would plot his. His position right there in the center. And I am sure that he thought he would get a hero's. Welcome. I have no doubt that he thought the reaction to his presidential announcement was going to be. The exact opposite of what it has been. And the fact that he has been shocked by it and stunned and freaked out proves that whatever he has used to analyze American politics has lied to him or his perception abilities stink. And it starts with the belief that everybody hates Trump. I'm sure he signed onto that what he doesn't realize. Is that Trump very very artfully? In very very stealthily has crept close and close and close to the centre filling the void left by the Democrats as they have made tracks to the radical left. Howard Schultz thought that was where he was going to be. He was gobsmacked. He's shocked that he's hated because he's a billionaire. Now, I have to ask Howard. What have you been looking at the last twenty five years, where did you where where did you get the idea billionaires are loved, well, I can tell you that Bill Gates Warren Buffett. Take your pick of any rich person that calls for tax increases on the rich and gives away all kinds of charity money to left wing causes. They are loved and adored. That Howard Schultz created a capitalist enterprise. And he didn't do the required. Mayock culpas. He's not apologized. He's not made excuses. He's not acted like he didn't want to become a billionaire. It just happened. He's out there touting the American dream. He's I don't understand all I did. I started from nothing in Brooklyn. I became a billionaire. What's what's the American Howard? That is the equivalent of the enemy to today's Democrats, and you are one and the fact that you didn't spot this. What does that tell you? And the fact now he can't take any of this. Disapproval can't can't handle any of this criticism is literally thinking about getting out now. Obviously he thought that he was gonna get a hero's. Welcome. He thought that this was going to be he thought he had staked out a position that nobody in American politics has anymore. The great independent middle. I gotta take a break. We will continue after this don't go away. February issue of oh Limbaugh letter beat the young hard-charging conservative viewpoint ended the national student organization turning point USA. This guy is going to give you.

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600 WREC

16:09 min | 2 years ago

"howard howard schultz" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Hundred two eight two two eight eight two don't worry. I'm not gonna slack off on the other elements of the content portion of programmer alone loaded here today. Let me get started with with some of the stuff some of the stuff now. That was a fascinating story here from the Associated Press. Tell me if you've heard somebody talking about this recently, the headline some journalists wonder, if their profession is tweet crazy. Bunch of editors are starting to say, they're getting worried about all these reporters just being lazy as they can be and relying on Twitter a bunch of invisible anonymous, we have no idea who they are people acting as representatives of national public opinion when they tweet on any story, and they tweet and they get included in story as though they are source people that journalists have interviewed I'm telling you. It's destroying things. It is just because Twitter is a cesspool. Sweat Twitter is the refuge of human Gabri. I'm not saying everybody, there is human debris, but the human debris that we have in America, seeks, refuge, and prominence and recognition on Twitter a bunch of anonymous people seeking to give their lives, meaning, but they don't want to have so much. Meaning that people know who they are they want to hide behind anonymity. Anyway. Says here Twitter is the town square for journalists. Some are ready to step away. That's happening this week at the online news site insider by order of the boss. Reporters have been told to take a week off from tweeting themselves and they've been told to take a week off from reading Twitter on their computer screens. The idea of disengaging is to kick away a crutch for the journalists and escape from the echo chamber. Boy, nothing could be more true than this insider editors complaint. It has become it's it's it's worse than a cesspool actually. It just it it. They have a story. No matter what the story isn't going to Twitter and find the most inane, radical comment, and publish it. As though it is Representative of public opinion, and what they generally try to do is fine tweets that back up their own personal agendas. Rather than what the details of the story on. When they stop quoting tweets in everything they write. People then began to notice how horrible Twitter is. And it's been especially bad for journalism. But I actually think there's something else going on here because I don't believe these people for as far as I can throw them. I think all of these journalists that are talking about eliminating Twitter from their stories guess who the most prolific and famous tweeter in America is exactly Donald J Trump this emphasis of de emphasizing Twitter is really I think nothing more than a disguised effort to have journalists starting during Trump is if it word for Trump's tweets his viewpoint on things. Would never be reported nothing but lies about Donald Trump would be in the news as they are the only antidote. Is Trump himself? And so I don't for a minute believe that the emphasis here on eliminating Twitter has anything to do with helping journalism. It's everything to do with wreaking havoc and damaging Trump. Okay. Let's get to the stack here on the democrat presidential candidates and others. Because there are other Democrats prominent other than those running Howard Howard Schultz. We addressed in the first half I'm going to get back to that too. But here's a story that ran a gravy news on January thirtieth at five thirty. Let me ask you. I I got a note from somebody see if this is how you feel sometimes rush. Am I just an old foggy am? I too old understand. Now. What the heck these millennials are talking about? So much of what they say. And do it doesn't make any sense to me. It makes no sense to me what these people think about. Rights and privileges. I've never thought about things the way they are. We just being overshadowed or we an Tiki or these people genuinely crazy like they seem to me. One thing. Mr limbaugh. I don't see any joy. And I don't see any happiness in any news about people on the left. Well, that's true. They're incapable of joy and happiness. The absence of joy and happiness is the essence of being liberal. But here is the story that the Email was about the gravy and story the headline. Oh, Casio Cortez. I acknowledge my privilege in being born SIS gendered. Hey, do you know, what's this gendered is do, you know, do you know, what a web explained it two or three times? But it was not a term when I grew up. It wasn't a term five years ago not in the mainstream. But it is now six gender means. You're a natural man or woman, you're binary come from a man or woman. You're you're you're you're human being you got. You're a boy, girl, man or woman, whatever you are SIS gender. And cisgenders are said to have an unfair advantage because they are normal or they have been defined as normal cisgenders are said, they have privilege that other types of genders do not have. And so Alex envy. Akeso Cortez says we all must. Acknowledge whatever privilege we have as we go through life. We must be cognizant of it. We must be aware of it. We must be aware of how things are unfair to others. To our benefit. Alexandria. Your said people must acknowledge their privileges in order to fix past wrongs as an example of her own privilege. She identified being a sister gendered woman. Quote, if you haven't had a transition in your life where you know, you were maybe born poor or born without certain privileges. And then especially as you transition into having certain privileges in your life. You actually, see and feel and sense and taste and smell all of the differences. If you've never experienced a different treatment in your life. You wouldn't know what different treatment feels like or looks like, and it's really really hard. Does anybody understand that? Did that make any I can translate this for you? If you need did that make any sense to any of you. Essentially what she's saying if your born normal and have all kinds of privileges. And if you don't stop to think of the people that don't have the privileges. You've had then you're never going to be able to relate to the disadvantage the downtrodden the homeless the hungry the thirsty. So you must recognize your privilege, and you are required to go through life feeling guilty about it. And you are then charged with going through life addressing your privilege, essentially acknowledging it and not using it not using your privilege, defines, fairness and equality. So if you are white privileged you have to go through life, not using your whiteness. Because it's giving you an unfair advantage. And if you use it, then you are engaging in white privilege, and that is a great sin in modern day liberalism. Alexander. The Augusto Cortez argued that nearly every person in the US should be able to identify a privilege, meaning every one of you has an advantage somewhere in your life, and you had better be able to identify it. And then you had better be prepared to acknowledge it and feel guilty about it. And then you had better agree not to use that privilege because if you use the privilege that you are born with or have your acknowledging the inequalities among us, and you're taking advantage of others. There are people that really really believe this. This is nothing more than the quest for sameness or the quest for equality of outcomes. I would say to somebody question. No, you're not an old fogy. We're we're we're we're dealing with some people who have been have been educated by. It's unfortunate group of people who have in carrying around chips on their shoulders for real and imagine reasons and their entire reason for existence is getting even with those who they think have made life so miserable for them. And the way you get even with somebody for that is make life miserable for them. And so the objective is to make everybody miserable and angry all the time since that's how you are. And that's what this is Howard Schultz freaked out by democrat backlash to his independent presidential run. Howard Schultz is getting burned like a bad Cup of Starbucks Coffee. That may force him to rethink his presidential aspirations. The billionaire and former Starbucks CEO has told advisers he was shocked by the stridency of the attacks made by Democrats following his announcement. He's now said to be looking more closely at whether he wants to even go through with the effort, the intense nature or the criticism stunned Howard Schultz, people close to him told FOX business while he expected some carping. He did not foresee the ferocity of some of the vitriol, particularly from the party's top officials and operatives in addition to the barrage of criticism from leading Democrats Howard Schultz was blindsided by the grass roots blowback including being heckled during an event in New York City to promote his new book one person with knowledge of his reaction to the attack said that he is freaking out about the criticism. Another person described commu magin this guy couldn't put up with what Trump gets this guy. Could he couldn't last a day? But let's I find this fascinating. I must tell because Howard Schultz have spent apparently years plotting his announcement. He has spent years plotting how he's going to win. He has spent years plotting his position in the American political spectrum. He's been studying in the obviously believes all of the dribble and Bill she sees in the media. So he obviously believes everybody hates Donald Trump. He then decides that the democrat party is a little left. I mean, he's a big time left to even donating to big time leftist candidates and causes like the Clintons, but maybe one of these people does what recognize the millennials either. So he thinks because this is what the Washington establishment tells everybody. Great independence. Oh, yes. The moderates. Remember the theory that eighty percent of the country is cancelled out in every presidential election yet forty percent that are hard core. Democrats forty percent hardcore Republicans, and you've got the great twenty percent undecideds. The moderates the independence, and they have been the people with all the virtue our politics. Our media has told us independents and moderates, the only open minded people. They're the only ones that have admitted their minds. So I'm sure this guy factored all this in and thought he would plot his. His position right there in the center. And I am sure that he thought he would get a hero's. Welcome. I have no doubt that he fought the reaction to his presidential announcement was going to be. The exact opposite of what it has been. And the fact that he has been shocked by it and stunned and freaked out proves that whatever he has used to analyze American politics has lied to him or his perception abilities stink. And it starts with the belief that everybody hates Trump. I'm signed onto that what he doesn't realize is that Trump very very artfully in very very stealthily has crept close and close and close to the centre filling the void left by the Democrats as they have made tracks to the radical left. Howard Schultz thought that was where he was going to be. He was gobsmacked. He's shocked that he's hated because he's a billionaire. Now, I have to ask Howard. What have you been looking at the last twenty five years where did you weren't where? Where'd you get the idea billionaires are loved well, I can tell you that Bill Gates Warren Buffett. Take your pick of any rich person that calls for tax increases on the rich and gives away all kinds of charity money to left wing causes. They are loved and adored. But Howard Schultz created a capitalist enterprise. And he didn't do the required may culpas. He's not apologized. He's not made excuses. He's not acted like he didn't want to become a billionaire. It just happened. He's out there touting the American dream. He's I don't understand all I did. I started from nothing in Brooklyn. I became a billionaire. What's what's the American Howard? That is the equivalent of the enemy to today's Democrats, and you are one and the fact that you didn't spot this. What does that tell you? And the fact that he can't take any of this. Disapproval can't can't handle any of this criticism is literally thinking about getting out now. Obviously he thought that he was going to get a hero's welcome. He thought that this was going to be he thought he had staked out a position that nobody in American politics has any more. The great independent middle. I gotta take a break. We'll continue after this. Don't go away. The.

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"howard howard schultz" Discussed on KTRH

"Two two eight eight two don't worry. I'm not going to slack off on the other elements of the content portion of loaded here today. Let me get started with some of the stuff up now. As a fascinating story here from the Associated Press. Tell me if you've heard somebody talking about this recently, they headline some journalists wonder if their profession is tweet crazy. Bunch of editors are starting to say, they're getting worried about all these reporters just being lazy as they can be and relying on Twitter a bunch of invisible anonymous, we have no idea who they are people acting as representatives of national public opinion when they tweet on any story, and they tweet and they get included in the story as though they are source people that journalists have interviewed I'm telling you. It's destroying things. It is just because Twitter is a cesspool. Swick Twitter is the refuge of human Gabri. I'm not saying everybody, there is human debris, but the human debris that we have in America, seeks, refuge, and prominence and recognition on Twitter a bunch of anonymous people seeking to give their lives, meaning, but they don't want to have so much. Meaning that people know who they are they want to hide behind anonymity. Anyway. Says here if Twitter is the town square for journalists. Some are ready to step away. That's happening this week at the online news site insider by order of the boss. Reporters have been told to take a week off from tweeting themselves and they've been told to take a week off from reading Twitter on their computer screens. The idea of disengaging is to kick away a crutch for the journalists and escape from the echo chamber. Boy, nothing could be more true than this insider editors complaint. It has become it's it's it's worse than a cesspool actually. Just it it. They have a story. No matter what the story is and go to Twitter and find the most in name, radical comment, and publish it. As though it is Representative of public opinion, and what they generally try to do is fine tweets that back up their own personal agendas. Rather than what the details of the story on. And when they stop quoting tweets in everything they write. People then began to notice how horrible Twitter is. And it's been especially bad for journalism. But I actually think there's something else going on here because I don't believe these people for as far as I can throw them. I think all of these journalists that are talking about eliminating Twitter from their stories guess who the most prolific and famous tweeter in America is it's exactly Donald J Trump this emphasis of de emphasizing Twitter is really I think nothing more than a disguised effort to have journalists starting knowing Trump is if it weren't for Trump's tweets his viewpoint on things. Would never be reported nothing but lies about Donald Trump would be in the news as they are the only antidote. Is Trump himself at so I don't for a minute believe that the emphasis here on eliminating Twitter has anything to do with helping journalism. It's everything to do with wreaking havoc and damaging Trump. Okay. Let's get to the stack here on the democrat presidential candidates and others. Because there are other Democrats prominent other than those running Howard Howard Schultz. We addressed in the first half I'm going to get back to that too. But here's a story that ran a gravy and news on January thirtieth at five thirty. Let me ask you. I I got a note from somebody see if this is how you feel sometimes rush am. I just an all foggy. Am I to understand? Now. What the heck these millennials are talking about? So much of what they say. And do doesn't make any sense to me. It makes no sense to me what these people think about. Rights and privileges. I've never thought about things the way they are. We just being overshadowed or we an Tiki or these people genuinely crazy like they seem to me. One thing. Mr limbaugh. I don't see any joy. And I don't see any happiness in any news about people on the left. Well, that's true. They're incapable of joy and happiness. The absence of joy and happiness is the essence of being liberal. But here is the story that the Email was about the gravy of story. The headline accustomed Cortez. I acknowledge my privilege in being born SIS gendered A, D know, what's this gendered is do, you know, do you know, what a web explain it two or three times? But it was not a term when I grew up. It wasn't a term five years ago not in the mainstream. But it is now six gender means. You're a natural man or woman, you're binary come from a man and a woman, you're your Europe, you're human being you got. You're a boy or girl, man or woman, whatever you are SIS gender. And cisgenders are said to have an unfair advantage because they are normal or they have been defined as normal cisgenders are said, they have privilege that other types of genders do not have. And so Alex envy. Okay. So Cortez says we all must. Acknowledge whatever privilege we have as we go through life. We must be cognizant of it. We must be aware of it. We must be aware of how things are unfair to others. To our benefit. Alexandria or casino. People must acknowledge their privileges in order to fix past wrongs as an example of her own privilege. She identified being a sys gendered woman. Quote, if you haven't had a transition in your life where you know, you were maybe born poor or born without certain privileges. And then especially as you transition into having certain privileges in your life. You actually, see and feel and sense and taste and smell all of the differences. If you've never experienced a different treatment in your life. You wouldn't know what different treatment feels like or looks like, and it's really really hard. Does anybody understand that? Did that make any sense, I can translate this for you? If you need did that make any sense to any of you. Essentially what she's saying if you're born normal and have all kinds of privileges. And if you don't stop to think of the people that don't have the privileges. You've had then you're never going to be able to relate to the disadvantage the downtrodden the homeless the hungry the thirsty. So you must recognize your privilege, and you are required to go through life feeling guilty about it. And you are then charged with going through life addressing your privilege, essentially acknowledging it and not using it not using your privilege, defines, fairness and equality. So if you are white privileged you have to go through life, not using your whiteness. Because it's giving you an unfair advantage. And if you use it, then you are engaging in white privilege, and that is a great sin in modern day liberalism. Alexander Neil Cortez argued that nearly every person in the US should be able to identify a privilege, meaning every one of you has an advantage somewhere in your life, and you had better be able to identify it. And then you had better be prepared to acknowledge it and feel guilty about it. And then you had better agree not to use that privilege because if you use the privilege that you are born with or have your acknowledging the inequalities among us, and you're taking advantage of others. There are people that really really believe this. This is nothing more than the quest for sameness or the quest for equality of outcomes. I would say that somebody question. Oh, you're not an old fogy. We're we're we're we're dealing with some people who have been have been educated by. Just unfortunate group of people who have and carrying around chips on their shoulders for real and imagined reasons in their entire reason for existence is getting even with those who they think have made life so miserable for them. And the way you get even with somebody for that is make life miserable for them. And so the objective is to make everybody miserable. Angry all the time since that's how you are. And that's what this is Howard Schultz freak out by democrat backlash to his independent presidential run. Our children's getting burned like a bad Cup of Starbucks Coffee. And it may force him to rethink his presidential aspirations. The billionaire and former Starbucks CEO has told advisers he was shocked by the stridency of the attacks made by Democrats following his announcement. He's now said to be looking more closely at whether he wants to even go through with the effort. The intense nature of the criticisms stunned Howard Schultz, people close to wait until FOX business while he expected some carping. He did not foresee the ferocity of some of the vitriol, particularly from the party's top officials and operatives in addition to the barrage of criticism from leading Democrats Howard Schultz was blindsided by the grass roots blowback including being heckled during an event in New York City to promote his new book one person with knowledge of his reaction to the attack said that he is freaking out about the criticism. Another person described commu magin this guy couldn't put up with what Trump gets this guy. Could he couldn't last a day? But let's I find this fascinating. I must because Howard Schultz has spent apparently years plotting. His announcement. He spent years plotting how he's going to win. He has spent years plotting his position in the American political spectrum. He's been studying any obviously believes all of the dribble and build she sees in the media. So he obviously believes everybody hates Donald Trump. He then decides that the democrat party is a little left. I mean, he's a big time left to been donating to big time, leftist candidates and causes like the Clintons. Eat maybe one of these people does what recognize the millennials either. So he thinks because this is what the Washington establishment tells everybody. Great independence. Oh, yes. The moderates. Remember, the theory that eighty percent of the country is cancelled out in every presidential election year. Forty percent that are hard core. Democrats forty percent hardcore Republicans and you've got the great twenty percent undecided. The moderates the independence, and they have been the people with all the virtue our politics. Our media has told us independence and moderates. The only open minded people. They're the only ones that have admitted reminds some sure this guy factored all this in and thought he would plot his. His position right there in the center. And I am sure that he thought he would get a hero's. Welcome. I have no doubt that he thought the reaction to his presidential announcement was going to be. The exact opposite of what it has been. And the fact that he has been shocked by it and stunned and freaked out proves that whatever he has used to analyze American politics has lied to him or his perception abilities stink. And it starts with the belief that everybody hates Trump. I'm sure he signed onto that what he doesn't realize. Is that Trump very very artfully? In very very stealth way has crept close and close and close to the centre filling the void left by the Democrats as they have made tracks to the radical left. Howard Schultz thought that was where he was going to be. He was gobsmacked. He's shocked that he's hated because he's a billionaire. Now, I have to ask Howard. What have you been looking at the last twenty five years where did you weren't where? Where'd you get the idea billionaires are loved well, I can tell you that Bill Gates or at buffet. Take your pick of any rich person that calls for tax increases on the rich and gives away all kinds of charity money, the left wing causes. They are loved and adored. But Howard shorts created a capitalist enterprise. And he didn't do the required may culpas. He's not apologized. He's not made excuses. He's not acted like he didn't want to become a billionaire. It just happened. He's out there touting the American dream. He's I don't understand all I did. I started from nothing in Brooklyn. I became a billionaire. What's what's the American Howard? That is the equivalent of the enemy to today's Democrats, and you are one and the fact that you didn't spot this. What does that tell you? And the fact now he can't take any of this. Disapproval can't can't handle any of this criticism is literally thinking about getting out now. Obviously he thought that he was gonna hero's welcome. He thought that this was going to be he thought he had stayed up position that nobody in American politics has anymore. The great independent middle. I gotta take a break. We will continue after this don't go away. February issue.

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"howard howard schultz" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"This recently, the headline some journalists wonder, if their profession is tweet crazy. Bunch of editors are starting to say, they're getting worried about all these reporters just being lazy as they can be and relying on Twitter a bunch of invisible anonymous, we have no idea who they are people acting as representatives of national public opinion when they tweet on any story, and they tweet and they get included in a story as though they are source people that journalists have interviewed I'm telling you. It's destroying things. It is just because Twitter is a cesspool. Sweat Twitter is the refuge of human debris. I'm not saying everybody, there is human debris, but the human day Bree that we have in America, seeks, refuge, and prominence and recognition on Twitter. A bunch of anonymous people seeking to give their lives, meaning, but they don't wanna have so much. Meaning that people know who they are they want to hide behind anonymity. Anyway. Says here Twitter is the town square for journalists. Some are ready to step away. That's happening this week at the online news site insider by order of the boss. Reporters have been told to take a week off from tweeting themselves and they've been told to take a week off from reading Twitter on their computer screens. The idea of disengaging is to kick away a crutch for the journalists and escape from the echo chamber. Boy, nothing could be more true than this insider editors complaint. It has become it. It's it's it's worse than a cesspool actually. Just it it. They have a story. No matter what the story is and go to Twitter and find the most inane, radical comment, and publish it. As though it is Representative of public opinion, and what they generally try to do is fine tweets that back up their own personal agendas. Rather than what the details of the story on. And when they stop quoting tweets in everything they write. People then began to notice how horrible Twitter is. And it's been especially bad for journalism. But I actually think there's something else going on here. Because I don't believe these people for as far as I can throw them. I make all these journalists that are talking about eliminating Twitter from their stories guess who the most prolific and famous tweeter in America is exactly Donald J Trump this emphasis of de emphasizing Twitter is really I think nothing more than a disguised effort to have journalists starting knowing Trump is a word for Trump's tweets. His viewpoint on things. Would never be reported nothing but lies about Donald Trump would be in the news as they are the only antidote. Is Trump himself? And so I don't for a minute believe that the emphasis here on eliminating Twitter has anything to do with helping journalism. It's everything to do with wreaking havoc and damaging Trump. Okay. Let's get to the stack here on the democrat presidential candidates and others. Because there are other Democrats prominent other than those running Howard Howard Schultz. We addressed in the first half I'm going to get back to that too. But here's a story that ran a gravy on news on January thirtieth at five thirty. Let me ask you. I I got a note from somebody. See if this is how you feel sometimes rush. Am I just little foggy? Am am. I to understand. Now. What the heck these millennials are talking about? So much of what they say. And do doesn't make any sense to me. It makes no sense to me what these people think about. Rights and privileges. I've never thought about things the way they are. We just being overshadowed or we an takes or these people genuinely crazy like they seem to me. One thing. Mr limbaugh. I don't see any joy. And I don't see any happiness in any news about people on the left. Well, that's true. They're incapable of it, joy and happiness. The absence of joy and happiness is the essence of being liberal. But here is the story that the Email was about the gravy in story. The headline or casual Cortez, I acknowledge my privilege in being born SIS gendered, do you know, what's this gendered is do you know, you know, what web explain it two or three times? But it was not a term when I grew up. It wasn't a term five years ago not in the mainstream. But it is now six gender means. You're a natural man or woman, you're binary come from a man or woman. You're you're you're you're human being you got. You're a boy or girl, man or woman, whatever you are SIS gender. And cisgenders are said to have an unfair advantage because they are normal or they have been defined as normal cisgenders are said to have privilege that other types of genders do not have and so Alex zombie. Okay. So Cortez says we all must acknowledge whatever privilege, we have as we go through life. We must be cognizant of it. We must be aware of it. We must be aware of how things are unfair to others. To our benefit. Alexandria, got said people must acknowledge their privileges in order to fix past wrongs as an example of our own privilege. She identified being a sys gendered woman. Quote, if you haven't had a transition in your life where you know, you were maybe born poor or born without certain privileges. And then especially as you transition into having certain privileges in your life. You actually, see and feel and sense and taste and smell all of the differences. If you've never experienced a different treatment in your life. You wouldn't know what different treatment feels like or looks like, and it's really really hard. Does anybody understand that? Did that make any I can translate this for you? If you need did that make any sense to any of you. Essentially what she saying if your born normal and have all kinds of privileges. And if you don't stop to think of the people that don't have the privileges. You've had then you're never going to be able to relate to the disadvantage the downtrodden the homeless the hungry the thirsty. So you must recognize your privilege, and you are required to go through life feeling guilty about it. And you are then charged with going through life addressing your privilege, essentially acknowledging it and not using it not using your privileged defines, fairness and equality. So if you are white privileged you have to go through life, not using your whiteness. Because it's giving you an unfair advantage. And if you use it in you are engaging in white privilege, and that is a great sin in modern day liberalism. Alexander deal castle Cortez argued nearly every person in the US should be able to identify a privilege, meaning every one of you has an advantage somewhere in your life, and you had better be able to identify it. And then you had better be prepared to acknowledge it and feel guilty about it. And then you had better agree not to use that privilege because if you use the privilege that you are born with or have your acknowledging the inequalities among us, and you're taking advantage of others. People really really believe this is this is nothing more than the quest for sameness or the quest for equality of outcomes. I would say somebody quest. No. You're not an old fogy. We're we're we're we're dealing with some people who have been have been educated by. It's unfortunate group of people who have and carrying around chips on their shoulders for real at imagine reasons in their entire reason for existence is getting even with those who they think have made life so miserable for him. And the way you get even with somebody for that is make life miserable for them. And so the objective is to make everybody miserable. An angry all the time since that's how you are. And that's what this is Howard Schultz free out by democrat backlash to his independent, presidential rotten. Howard Schultz is getting burned like a bad Cup of Starbucks Coffee. And it may force him to rethink his presidential aspirations. The billionaire and former Starbucks CEO has told advisers he was shocked by the stridency of the attacks made by Democrats following his announcement. He's now said to be looking more closely at whether he wants to even go through with the effort. The intense nature of the criticism stunned Howard Schultz, people close to him until FOX business while he expected some carping. He did not foresee the ferocity of some of the vitriol, particularly from the party's top officials and operatives in addition to the barrage of criticism from leading Democrats Howard Schultz was blindsided by the grass roots blowback including being heckled during an event in New York City to promote his new book one person with knowledge of his reaction to the attacks said that he is freaking out about the criticism. Another person described Caen magin this guy couldn't put up with what Trump gets this guy. Could he couldn't last a day? But let's I find this fascinating. I must because Howard Schultz has spent apparently years plotting his announcement he spent years plotting how he's going to win. He has spent years plotting his position in the American political spectrum. He's been studying any obviously believes all of the dribble and Bill she sees in the media. So he obviously believes everybody hates Donald Trump. He then decides that the democrat party is a little left. I mean, he's a big time left us, even donating the big time leftist candidates and causes like the Clintons, but maybe one of these people recognize the millennials either. So he thinks because this is what the Washington establishment tells every great independence. Oh, yes. The moderates. Remember, the theory that eighty percent of the country is cancelled out in every presidential election. Yeah. Forty percent that are hard core. Democrats forty percent hardcore Republicans and you've got the great twenty percent undecided. The moderates the independence, and they have been the people with all the virtue our politics. Our media has told us independents and moderates, the only open minded people that the only ones that have admitted reminds some sure this guy factored all this in and thought he would plot his. His position right there in the center. And I am sure that he thought he would get a hero's. Welcome. I have no doubt that he thought the reaction to his presidential announcement was going to be. The exact opposite of what it has been. And the fact that he has been shocked by it and stunned and freaked out proves that whatever he has used to analyze American politics has lied to him or his perception abilities stink. And it starts with the belief that everybody hates Trump. I'm jury signed onto that what he doesn't realize. Is that Trump very very artfully? In very very stealthily has crept close and close and close to the centre filling the void left by the Democrats as they have made tracks to the radical left. Howard Schultz thought that was where he was going to be. He was gobsmack. He's shocked that he's hated because he's a billionaire. Now, I have to ask Howard. What are you been looking at the last twenty five years where did you weren't where? Where'd you get the idea billionaires loved, well, I can tell you that Bill Gates or at buffet. Take your pick of any rich person that calls for tax increases on the rich and gives away all kinds of charity money, the left wing causes. They are loved and adored. But Howard shorts created a capitalist enterprise. And he didn't do the required. Mayock culpas. He's not apologized. He's not made excuses. He's not acted like he didn't want to become a billionaire. It just happened. He's out there touting the American dream. He's I don't understand all I did. I started from nothing in Brooklyn. I became a billionaire. What's what's the American Howard? That is the equivalent of the enemy to today's Democrats, and you are one and the fact that you didn't spot this. What does that tell you? And the fact that we can't take any of this. Disapproval can't can't handle any of this criticism is lily thinking about getting out now. Obviously he thought that he was going to get a hero's. Welcome. He thought that this was going to be he thought he had staked out a position that nobody in American politics has anymore. The great independent middle. Take a break. We will continue after this don't go away. February issue of oh Limbaugh letter beat the young hard-charging conservative.

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"howard howard schultz" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

15:56 min | 2 years ago

"howard howard schultz" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Heard somebody talking about this recently, the headline some journalists wonder, if their profession is tweet crazy. Bunch of editors are starting to say, they're getting worried about all these reporters just being lazy as they can be and relying on Twitter a bunch of invisible anonymous, we have no idea who they are people acting as representatives of national public opinion when they tweet on any story, and they tweet and they get included in a story as though they are source people that journalists have interviewed I'm telling you. It's destroying things. It is just because Twitter is a cesspool. Swick Twitter is the refuge of human Gabri. I'm not saying everybody, there is human debris, but the human day Bree that we have in America, seeks, refuge, and prominence and recognition on Twitter a bunch of anonymous people seeking to give their lives, meaning, but they don't want to have so much. Meaning that people know who they are they want to hide behind anonymity. Anyway. Says here Twitter is the town square for journalists. Some are ready to step away. That's happening this week at the online news site insider by order of the boss. Reporters have been told to take a week off from tweeting themselves and they've been told to take a week off from reading Twitter on their computer screens. The idea of disengaging is to kick away a crutch for the journalists and escape from the echo chamber. Boy, nothing could be more true than this insider editors complaint. It has become it's it's it's worse than a cesspool actually. It it. They had a story. No matter what the story is and go to Twitter and find the most in name, radical comment, and publish it. As though it is Representative of public opinion. And what they generally try to do is fine tweets that back up their own personal agendas rather than what the details of the story on. And when they stop quoting tweets in everything they write. People then began to notice how horrible Twitter is. And it's been especially bad for journalism. But I actually think there's something else going on here because I don't believe these people for as far as I can throw them. I think all of these journalists that are talking about eliminating Twitter from their stories guests who the most prolific and famous tweeter in America is exactly Donald J Trump this emphasis of de emphasizing Twitter is really I think nothing more than a disguised effort to have journalists starting knowing Trump is a word for Trump's tweets. His viewpoint on things. Would never be reported nothing but lies about Donald Trump would be in the news as they are the only antidote. Is Trump himself? I don't for a minute believe that the emphasis here on eliminating Twitter has anything to do with helping journalism. It's everything to do with wreaking havoc and damaging Trump. Okay. Let's get to the stack here on the democrat presidential candidates and others. Because there are other Democrats prominent other than those running Howard Howard Schultz. We addressed in the first half I'm going to get back to that too. But here's a story that ran a gravy and news on January thirtieth at five thirty. Let me ask you. I I got a note from somebody see if this is how you feel sometimes rush. Am I just all foggy? Am I to understand? Now. What the heck these millennials are talking about? So much of what they say. And do it doesn't make any sense to me. It makes no sense to me what these people think about. Rights and privileges. I've never thought about things the way they are. We just being overshadowed or we an Tiki or these people genuinely crazy like they seem to me. One thing. Mr limbaugh. I don't see any joy. And I don't see any happiness in EMMY news about people on the left. Well, that's true. They're incapable of joy and happiness. The absence of joy and happiness is the essence of being liberal. But here is the story that the Email was about a gravy and story the headline. Oh, Casio Cortez. I knowledge my privilege in being born SIS gendered Dina. What's this gendered is do, you know, do you know, what a explained it two or three times? But it was not a term when I grew up. It wasn't a term five years ago not in the mainstream. But it is now SIS gender means. You're a natural man or woman, you're binary come from a man and a woman, you're you're you're you're human being you've got. You're a boy, girl, man or woman, whatever you are SIS gender. And cisgenders are said to have an unfair advantage because they are normal or they have been defined as normal cisgenders are said, they have privilege that other types of genders do not have and so Alexandra. Okay. So Cortez says we all must. Acknowledge whatever privilege we have as we go through life. We must be cognizant of it. We must be aware of it. We must be aware of how things are unfair to others. To our benefit. Alexandria. Or Casio said people must acknowledge their privileges in order to fix past wrongs as an example of her own privilege. She identified being a sys gendered woman. Quote, if you haven't had a transition in your life where you know, you were maybe born poor or born without certain privileges. And then especially as you transition into having certain privileges in your life. You actually, see and feel and sense and taste and smell all of the differences. If you've never experienced a different treatment in your life. You wouldn't know what different treatment feels like or looks like, and it's really really hard. Does anybody understand that? Did that make any sense, I can translate this for you? If you need did that make any sense to any of you. Essentially what she saying if your born normal and have all kinds of privileges. And if you don't stop to think of the people that don't have the privileges. You've had then you're never going to be able to relate to the disadvantage the downtrodden the homeless the hungry the thirsty. So you must recognize your privilege, and you are required to go through life feeling guilty about it. And you are then charged with going through life addressing your privilege, essentially acknowledging it and not using it not using your privilege, defines, fairness and equality. So if you are white privileged you have to go through life, not using your whiteness. Because it's giving you an unfair advantage. And if you use it, then you are engaging in white privilege, and that is a great sin in modern day liberalism. Alexander the castle Cortez argue that nearly every person in the US should be able to identify a privilege, meaning every one of you has an advantage somewhere in your life, and you had better be able to identify it. And then you had better be prepared to acknowledge it and feel guilty about it. And then you had better agree not to use that privilege because if you use the privilege that you are born with or have your acknowledging the inequalities among us, and you're taking advantage of others. There are people that really really believe this is this is nothing more than the quest for sameness or the quest for equality of outcomes. I would say that somebody quests. No, you're not an old fogy. We're we're we're dealing with some people who have been educated by. Unfortunate group of people who have and carrying around chips on their shoulders for real and imagined reasons and their entire reason for existence is getting even with those who they think have made life so miserable for them. And the way you get even with somebody for that is make life miserable for them. And so the objective is to make everybody miserable. Angry all the time since that's how you are. And that's what this is Howard Schultz freak out by democrat backlash to his independent presidential run. Our children's getting burned like a bad Cup of Starbucks Coffee. And it may force him to rethink his presidential aspirations. The billionaire and former Starbucks CEO has told advisers he was shocked by the stridency of the attacks made by Democrats following his announcement. He's now said it'd be looking more closely at whether he wants to even go through with the effort. The intense nature of the criticisms stunned Howard Schultz, people close to him told FOX business while the expected some carping he did not foresee the ferocity of some of the vitriol, particularly from the party's top officials and operatives in addition to the barrage of criticism from leading Democrats Howard Schultz was blindsided by the grass roots blowback including being heckled during a New York City to promote his new book one person with knowledge of his reaction to the attack said that he is freaking out about the criticism. Another person described commu magin this guy couldn't put up with what Trump gets this guy. Could he couldn't last a day? But let's I find this fascinating. I must because Howard Schultz have spent apparently years plotting his announcement he spent years plotting how he's going to win. He has spent years plotting his position in the American political spectrum. He's been studying any obviously believes all of the dribble and build she sees in the media. So he obviously believes everybody hates Donald Trump. He then decides that the democrat party's little laughed. I mean, he's a big time left to see been donating to big time leftist candidates and causes like the Clintons, but maybe one of these people don't recognize the millennials either. So he thinks because this is what the Washington establishment tells everybody. Great independence. Oh, yes. The moderates. Remember, the theory that eighty percent of the country is cancelled out in every presidential election. Yeah. Forty percent that are hard core. Democrats forty percent hardcore Republicans and you've got the great twenty percent undecided. The moderates the independence, and they have been the people with all the virtue our politics. Our media has told us independence and moderate. So the only open minded people. They're the only ones that have admitted reminds some sure this guy factored all this in and thought he would plot his. His position right there in the center. And I am sure that he thought he would get a hero's. Welcome. I have no doubt that he thought the reaction to his presidential announcement was going to be. The exact opposite of what it has been. And the fact that he has been shocked by it and stunned and freaked out proves that whatever he has used to analyze American politics has lied to him or his perception abilities stink. And it starts with the belief that everybody hates Trump. I'm sure he signed onto that what he doesn't realize. Is that Trump very very artfully in very very stealthily has crept close and close and close to the centre filling the void left by the Democrats as they have made tracks to the radical left. Howard Schultz thought that was where he was going to be. He was gobsmacked. He's shocked that he's hated because he's a billionaire. Now, I have to ask Howard. What are you been looking at the last twenty five years, where did you where where where did you get the idea billionaires are loved, well, I can tell you that Bill Gates Warren Buffett. Take your pick of any rich person that calls for tax increases on the rich and gives away all kinds of charity money, the left wing causes. They are loved and adored. But Howard Schultz created a capitalist enterprise. And he didn't do the required may culpas. He's not apologized. He's not made excuses. He's not acted like he didn't want to become a billionaire it just happened. So he's out there touting the American dream. He's I don't understand all I did. I started from nothing in Brooklyn. I became a billionaire. What's what's the American Howard? That is the equivalent of the enemy to today's Democrats, and you are one and the fact that you didn't spot this. What does that tell you? And the fact now he can't take any of this. Disapproval can't can't handle any of this criticism is literally thinking about getting out now. Obviously he thought that he was going to get a hero's. Welcome. He thought that this was going to be he thought he had staked down a position that nobody in American politics has anymore. The great independent middle. I gotta take a break. We will continue after this don't go away. February issue of oh Limbaugh letter beat the young hard-charging conservative viewpoint ended the national student organization turning point USA. This guy is going to give you more, faith.

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"howard howard schultz" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

14:38 min | 2 years ago

"howard howard schultz" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Eight two two eight eight two don't worry. I'm not going to slack off on the other elements of the content loaded here today. Let me get started with some of the stuff. Now. As a fascinating story here from the Associated Press. Tell me if you've heard somebody talking about this recently, the headline some journalists wonder, if their profession is tweet crazy. Bunch of editors are starting to say, they're getting worried about all these reporters just being lazy as they can be and relying on Twitter a bunch of invisible anonymous, we have no idea who they are people acting as representatives of national public opinion when they tweet on any story, and they tweet and they get included in the story as though they are source people that journalists have interviewed I'm telling you. It's destroying things. It is just because Twitter is a cesspool. Swit- Twitter is the refuge of human Gabri. I'm not saying everybody, there is human debris, but the human day Bree that we have in America, seeks refuge, and provenance and recognition on Twitter a bunch of anonymous people seeking to give their lives, meaning, but they don't want to have so much. Meaning that people know who they are they want to hide behind anonymity. Anyway. Says here Twitter is the town square for journalists. Some are ready to step away. That's happening this week at the online news site insider by order of the boss. Reporters have been told to take a week off from tweeting themselves and they've been told to take a week off from reading Twitter on their computer screens. The idea of disengaging is to kick away a crutch for the journalists and escape from the echo chamber. Boy, nothing could be more true than this insider editors complaint. It has become it's it's it's worse than a cesspool actually. It just it it. They have a story. No matter what the story is and go to Twitter and find the most inane, radical comment, and publish it. As though it is Representative of public opinion, and what they generally try to do is fine tweets that back up their own personal agendas. Rather than what the details of the story on. When they stop quoting tweets in everything they write. People then began to notice how horrible Twitter is. And it's been especially bad for journalism. But I actually think there's something else going on here. Because I don't believe these people for far as I can throw them. I think all of these journalists that are talking about eliminating Twitter from their stories guess who the most prolific and famous tweeter in America is exactly Donald J Trump this emphasis of de emphasizing Twitter is really I think nothing more than a disguised effort to have journalists starting knowing Trump is if it word for Trump's tweets his viewpoint on things. Would never be reported nothing but lies about Donald Trump would be in the news as they are the only antidote. Is Trump himself? And so I don't for a minute believe that the emphasis here on eliminating Twitter has anything to do with helping journalism. It's everything to do with wreaking havoc and damaging Trump. Okay. Let's get to the stack here on the democrat presidential candidates and others. Because there are other Democrats prominent other than those running Howard Howard Schultz. We addressed in the first half I'm going to get back to that too. But here's a story that ran a gravy on news on January thirtieth at five thirty. Let me ask you. I I got a note from somebody. See if this is how you feel sometimes rush. Am I just an old foggy am? I too old to understand. Now. What the heck these millennials are talking about? So much of what they say. And do doesn't make any sense to me. It makes no sense to me what these people think about. Rights and privileges. I've never thought about things the way they are. We just being overshadowed or we an Tiki or these people genuinely crazy like they seem to me. One thing. Mr limbaugh. I don't see any joy. And I don't see any happiness in any news about people on the left. Well, that's true. They're incapable of joy and happiness. The absence of joy and happiness is the essence of being liberal. But here is the story that the Email was about the gravy of story. The headline accustomed Cortez. I add knowledge my privilege in being born SIS gendered. Hey, do you know, what's this gendered is do, you know, do you know what? Explain it two or three times. But it was not a term when I grew up. It wasn't a term five years ago not in the mainstream. But it is now six gender means. You're a natural man or woman. Your binary come from a man and a woman, you're you're you're you're human being you got. You're a boy, girl, man or woman, whatever you are SIS gender. And cisgenders are said to have an unfair advantage because they are normal or they have been defined as normal cisgenders are said, they have privilege that other types of genders do not have. And so Alex. Okay. So Cortez says we all must. Ekg knowledge, whatever privilege, we have as we go through life. We must be cognizant of it. We must be aware of it. We must be aware of how things are unfair to others. To our benefit. Alexandria, Casio Cortez said people must acknowledge their privileges in order to fix past wrongs as an example of our own privilege. She identified being a sys gendered woman. Quote, if you haven't had a transition in your life where you know, you were maybe born poor or born without certain privileges. And then especially as you transition into heaven certain privileges in your life. You actually, see and feel and sense and taste and smell all of the differences. If you've never experienced a different treatment in your life. You wouldn't know what different treatment feels like or looks like, and it's really really hard. Does anybody understand that? Did that make any sense, I can translate this for you? If you need did that make any sense to any of you. Essentially what she's saying if your born normal and have all kinds of privileges. And if you don't stop to think of the people that don't have the privileges. You've had then you're never going to be able to relate to the disadvantage the downtrodden the homeless the hungry thirsty. So you must recognize your privilege, and you are required to go through life feeling guilty about it. And you are then charged with going through life addressing your privilege, essentially acknowledging it and not using it not using your privilege, defines, fairness and equality. So if you are white privileged you have to go through life, not using your whiteness. Because it's giving you an unfair advantage. And if you use it, then you are engaging in white privilege, and that is a great sin in modern day liberalism. Alexander the castle Cortez argued that nearly every person in the US should be able to identify a privilege, meaning every one of you has an advantage somewhere in your life, and you had better be able to identify it. And then you had better be prepared to acknowledge it and feel guilty about it. And then you had better agree not to use that privilege because if you use the privilege that you are born with or have your acknowledging the inequalities among us, and you're taking advantage of others. There are people that really really believe this. This is nothing more than the quest for sameness or the quest for equality of outcomes. I would say that somebody question. Oh, you're not an old fogy. We're we're we're dealing with some people who have been educated by. Unfortunate group of people who have in carrying around chips on their shoulders for real at imagine reasons, and their entire reason for existence is getting even with those who they think have made life so miserable for them. And the way you get even with somebody for that is make life miserable for them. And so the objective is to make everybody miserable. Angry all the time since that's how you are. And that's what this is Howard Schultz freaked out by democrat backlash to his independent presidential run. Our children's getting burned like a bad Cup of Starbucks Coffee. And it may force him to rethink his presidential aspirations. The billionaire and former Starbucks CEO has told advisers he was shocked by the stridency of the attacks made by Democrats following his announcement. He's now said it'd be looking more closely at whether he wants to even go through with the effort. The intense nature of the criticism stunned Howard Schultz, people close to him a FOX business while he expected some carping. He did not foresee the ferocity of some of the vitriol, particularly from the party's top officials in operatives in addition to the barrage of criticism from leading Democrats Howard Schultz was blindsided by the grass roots blowback including being heckled during an event in New York City to promote his new book one person with knowledge of his reaction to the attack said that he is freaking out about the criticism. Another person described commu magin this guy couldn't put up with what Trump gets this guy. Couldn't he couldn't last a day. But let's I find this fascinating. I must because Howard Schultz has spent apparently years plotting. His announcement. He spent years plotting how he's going to win. He has spent years plotting his position in the American political spectrum. He's been studying in the obviously believes all of the dribble and Bill she sees in the media. So he obviously believes everybody hates Donald Trump. He then decides that the democrat party's little laugh. I mean, he's a big time left us, even donating the big time leftist candidates and causes like the Clintons, but maybe one of these people recognize the millennials either. So he thinks because this is what the Washington establishment tells every great independence. All yes. The moderates. Remember, the theory that eighty percent of the country is cancelled out in every presidential election year. Forty percent that are hard core. Democrats forty percent hardcore Republicans and you've got the great twenty percent undecided. The moderates the independence, and they have been the people with all the virtue our politics. Our media has told us independents and moderates, the only open minded people. They're the only ones that have admitted demise. So I'm sure this guy factored all this in and thought he would plot his. His position right there in the center. And I am sure that he thought he would get a hero's. Welcome. I have no doubt that he thought the reaction to his presidential nouncement was going to be. The exact opposite of what it has been. And the fact that he has been shocked by it and stunned and freaked out proves that whatever he has used to analyze American politics has lied to him or his perception abilities stink. And it starts with the belief that everybody hates Trump signed onto that what he doesn't realize. Is that Trump very very artfully? In very very stealth way has crept close and close and close to the centre filling the void left by the Democrats as they have made tracks to the radical left. Howard Schultz thought that was where he was going to be. He was gobsmacked. He's shocked that he's hated because he's a billionaire. Now, I have to ask Howard. What are you been looking at the last twenty five years, where did you where where Where'd you get the idea of billionaires are loved, well, I can tell you that Bill Gates Warren Buffett..

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"howard howard schultz" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"howard howard schultz" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"To the civil war paid for two thirds of our government from the civil war to World War Two. Now, virtually nothing. So another question with Donald Trump promoting tariffs. How do the Democrats reclaim their historic support for protectionist trade policies, which I, you know, I'm an advocate of how do we do it? This is the Tom Hartman program our number two zero two eight hundred ninety nine twenty five and we'll be back right after this. And welcome back. This is this is absolutely amazing. Oh, one of the things that I I'm this makes me so happy yesterday. I went off on this long roundabout property taxes. And how. As long as you have property tax. Nobody actually owns their land number one and number two that a property taxes a wealth tax, and it is so we do have a wealth tax in the in the United States Howard Schultz says oh, well, thanks for your kid airs crazy. And what I was saying is now, in fact, we do have a wealth tax. It's called a property tax. It's mostly paid by the middle class. Bye. Because if you own a house and in twenty-five five states, if you own a car. Every year you pay a tax based on the value of it. That's a tax on wealth. And then after he got off the air yesterday troll BUSTER ninety-nine over undemocratic underground posted a post saying kind of the same thing every year, I have to pay two percent and property tax. It's not an income tax a property, tax and property is a form of static wealth spot on. I don't know if this is a case of great minds, think alike, or if he heard my rant, but I I'm so pleased that it's getting out there. This is why I do this. You get the message out. So that posted say was over it's over the top. And do you right now? It's titled note to Bloomberg like a lot of people. I don't know house and every year I have to pay. Retweeted. Posted on Facebook. I mean, this this guy really boiled it down really really well. And and in fact, added to it. In fact, he made. And he call us socialist. You wanna say true capitalism raw capitalism, naked capitalism, unregulated capitalism. Look at Russia. Wow. So, you know. Tip of the hat to you. Meanwhile, Howard Howard Schultz is saying that Alexandria, Cossio Cortez. Is an extreme leftist. And that he is in the center that he represents the center, and this was so amazing Nick hanauer who's been a guest on this program. A number of times Nick can't hours a member of the Democratic Alliance or the yeah. The democracy alliance. And he's a he's a multimillionaire. I'm not sure if he's quite a billionaire, but he's worth a hell of a lot of money, and he started this thing called patriotic millionaires. And he he knows Howard Schultz. You know, billionaires know each other. And so on MSNBC, they asked him, you know, what do you think about what Howard Schultz assign and he said, and I quote, what Howard Schultz represents the centrism. He's represents is trickle-down economics tax cuts for rich people deregulation for powerful people wage suppression and benefit cuts for everyone else. Without the over racism is not the centrist is the centrist. And he says when I and I think one of her advantages. This is Alexandra Cossio Cortez, one her one of her advantages is that she's young enough not to be captured by the Neo liberal lies that a framed so much of our politics, by the way at both the democratic and Republican parties or the Republican and democratic parties, and he is so right. I mean, we just yesterday we saw legislation introduced to increase social security consider just ten years ago. Barack Obama was considering cutting social security there has been a complete.

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"howard howard schultz" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

10:07 min | 2 years ago

"howard howard schultz" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Slash Beck. So the article starts they're both brash outer borough New Yorkers each with their own notorious nickname, she's AOC and he's the Donald both shocked their parties by coming out of nowhere to win their elections. Defeating members of the establishment despite being greatly outspent and both have broken the rules of DC politics in strikingly, similar ways using social media to push policy and usher in previously. Uninspired voters. Welcome Selena Zito, a real journalist and one who really looks for the truth. And then balances it with common sense as well to tell the story Selena. What what is the point? What is the point of your article other than the fact that they both are cut from the same cloth in their approach not their policies, but their their approach. Thanks for having me on. I think the point which I think some people don't get is that they speak to and or more segments of society. All right. That have felt as they are not. They haven't brought in a hard. Of. Propelling or living the American dream. They they they speak to people who oftentimes the establishment of both parties either take for granted us their about. And or, you know, it'll be them behind the take Republicans, for example, Republicans were more than happy to get independent and democratic voters or voters, but the a lot to be swept up into key party-bus in two thousand and ten to help them are in majority not only in the house, but also down ballot and then governor's offices. They they kept the they were more than happy. Welcome to or. Are happy to welcome them in a two thousand fourteen when they took the Senate in one even more Republican. But you know, they didn't really want them when it came to the presidential election because they did not understand that they would be voters work going to reject the establishment because the establishment had listened to them for at least two generations. Same with Democrats Democrats are democratic voters, especially in particular young on the radio voters and minority voters don't feel as though the democratic establishment has their back, in fact that they're corrupt look at the way that Bernie Sanders was treated by the DNC. They believe those things are unfair and weighted towards the establishment, and in wave from their voice, it you may not agree with Trump voters. You may not agree with ASC's voters, but they have a point. So Selena, I think what's happening with the Democrats is absolutely fascinating. First of all when you look at the the average democrat, the average democrat is saying the Democrats are moving too far left, and they're going crazy where I think the average democrat would look at a guy like Howard Schultz, if it if he wasn't a he wasn't a looked at as a party spoiler. And the average democrat would probably go for him. Where they're not into the socialist thing. However, the other part that they're not having listened to in betrayed is this socialist who since Woodrow Wilson has been told. No, we're just progressing to the socialist utopia. That's what happened in France. That led to the book the coming insurrection, the communists in the socialist said I've had enough you keep telling us, you don't believe in this system. But you're never going to take us over the finish line. And it's time. So who in the end of the Democrats have? I, you know, it's gonna be here's really what's really difficult. First of all, I thought the reaction by Democrats to Howard Schultz, run rotting wood. We really lost their minds when he decided he's going to run as a centrist. What does that tell you? It you go their party is too far left. They they can't appeal to squishy middle which by the way awards segment of society is in a squishy medal. They look at politics is about they and they like this this this in this person. But they don't like that that that. That's why we have big wave election cycles golden, our midterms because we keep sending a message with who we vote for washing misreading, it we like them again. So so, but wait a minute. You are still looking at Howard Howard Schultz in you say that it it. It was shocking to you. But they're looking at Schultz as a spoiler, and they are taking the position that so many people took look if somebody would have run third party of casick, or or or cruiser anybody would have run third party that person would have been done in politics for ever because it was anyone but Hillary and we have to defeat Hillary. That's the mindset I think going into twenty twenty with the Democrats anyone but Trump. Yeah. Absolutely. They're terrified of of a third party candidate. Because it it could you know, definitely have a huge impact on who their who their nominee is. What does that tell you? It tells me that they are they they are afraid of their the direction that their own party in going. They understand it's too far left. Yes, they can't garp it why? Because the activists on either side of the party ten to push through the furthest to the left or right in a primary situation. And that's what they're facing the most boisterous and noisy people in the party on the ones that are most invested in politics are the ones the furthest left under the I mean had there not been that sort of four. Field the super delegates for the Democrats Sanders in all likelihood would have been the nominee. So so so how are they going to get through? I mean, I'd love to hear your opinion. And we gotta get back to a causE' Cortez in her traits that are similar to Trump. But right now, you have Virginia. Rhode Island, Vermont and New York pushing through. Everything but partial birth abortion. And the only reason why they don't include that is because we have a ban on it. So the minute the woman is dilated, and they say push any time she can say kill the baby. I don't want this baby. And they will it's so unbelievably extreme why are they pushing that through? Why are they going this far if you say, you know, they they know they're too extreme. Why are they doing that? Then because they live within the what I outlined outlined in the book, they live with NBC super zip codes, and they all think alike, and they're so outside the mainstream mainstream democratic position on abortion. If you work at this. Kissed IX particular among young people. Young people have become more pro-life over time. It hasn't. It's not all about religion. It's also. Signs is an artificial intelligence has changed in a funded amount of things in our life, including our how we view abortion. You can see what your baby looks like and see a heartbeat much faster speed than you could five years ago ten years ago, you know, there's life in you. And these young people see that they see that through when they're in school when they're taught about thing in their science classes, but they also see that in a personal life when they make personal decisions. I for thirty years ago. I said if there was a window to a womb that was natural abortion would stop because you would see it as a baby is that are allowing us to live in this life that live this lie. And as technology gets better will recognize a child earlier and earlier, and that is what's happening to the millennials right now. Absolutely. The millennials in Jansy are much more pro life than gen-x and the boomers were okay. So let me go back to let me go back to a causE' Cortes, and the things that she is doing right now that you say she has in common with Donald Trump, and the left doesn't seem to have a problem with it with her, but they do with Donald Trump explain that when you come back in one minute..

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"Slash Beck. So the article starts they're both brash outer borough New Yorkers each with their own notorious nickname, she's AO and he's the Donald both shocked their parties by coming out of nowhere to win their elections. Defeating members of the establishment despite being greatly outspent and both have broken the rules of DC politics in strikingly, similar ways using social media to push policy and usher in previously. Uninspired voters. Welcome Selena Zito, a real journalist and one who really looks for the truth. And then balances it with common sense as well to tell the story Selena. What what is the point? What is the point of your article other than the fact that they both are cut from the same cloth in their approach not their policies, but their their approach. Thanks for having me on. I think the worker point which I think some people don't get is that they speak to and or more segments of society that have felt as they are gone. They haven't been brought in a part of you know. Propelling or living the American dream. They they they speak to people who often times the establishment of both parties either take for granted use their boat. And or, you know, it'll leave them behind the take Republicans, for example, Republicans were more than happy to get independent and democratic voters voters for the allot to be swept up into tea party business in two thousand and ten to help them usher in majorities. Not only in the house, but also down ballot and then governor offices. They they kept the they were more than happy. A welcome to happy to welcome them in a two thousand fourteen when they took the Senate and one even more Republican. But you know, they didn't really want them when it came to the presidential election because they did not understand that they would these voters were going to reject the establishment because the establishment had listened to them for at least two generations and the same with Democrats Democrats are democratic voters, especially in particular young on the radio voters and minority voters don't feel as though the democratic establishment has their back. In fact, they that they're corrupt. Look at the way that Bernie Sanders was treated by the DNC, they believe those things. Things are unfair and weighted towards the establishment and wave from their voice it you may not agree with Trump voters. You may not agree with ASC's voters, but they have a break. So Selena, I think what's happening with the Democrats is absolutely fascinating. First of all when you look at the the average democrat, the average democrat is saying the Democrats are moving too far left, and they're going crazy where I think the average democrat would look at a guy like Howard Schultz, if it if he wasn't a if he wasn't a looked as as a party spoiler. And the average democrat would probably go for him. Where they're not into the socialist thing. However, the other part that they're not having listened to in betrayed is this socialist who since Woodrow Wilson has been told. No, we're just progressing to the socialist utopia. That's what happened in France. That led to the book the coming insurrection, the communists in the socialist said I've had enough you keep telling us, you don't believe in this system. But you're never going to take us over the finish line. And it's time. So who in the end of the Democrats have? I, you know, it's gonna be here's really what's really difficult. First of all, I thought the reaction by Democrats to Howard Schultz, Ron running would wood. Ridiculous. Really lost their minds when he decided that he's going to run as a centrist. What does that tell you? It tells you that they know their party is too far left. They they can't appeal to the squishy middle which by the way awards segment of society is in squishy middle. They look at politics is about say, and they like this this this and this person, but they don't like that that that. That's why we have big wave elections by golden are midterms because we keep sending a message with who we vote for and Washington reading it. We'd like them. I guess. So so, but wait a minute. You are still looking at Howard Howard Schultz in you say that it it. It was shocking to you. But they're looking at Schultz as a spoiler, and they are taking the position that so many people took look if somebody would have run third party of casick, or or or cruiser anybody would have run third party that person would have been done in politics for ever because it was anyone but Hillary and we have to defeat Hillary. That's the mindset I think going into twenty twenty with the Democrats anyone but Trump. Yeah. Absolutely terrified of of a third party candidate. Because it it could you know, definitely have a huge impact on who their who their nominee is. What does that tell you? It tells me that they are they are afraid of their direction at their own party in going. They understand it's too far left. Yes, they can't. That why? Because the activists on either side of the party ten to push it through the further to the left or right in a primary situation. And that's what they're facing as the most boisterous and noisy people in the party on the ones that are most invested in politics are the ones to the furthest. They under the I mean had there not been that sort of Ford field of the super delegates for the democrat Sanders in all likelihood would have been the nominee. So so so how are they going to get through? I mean, I'd love to hear your opinion. We've gotta get back to a causE' Cortez in her traits that are similar to Trump. But right now, you have Virginia. Rhode Island, Vermont and New York pushing through everything but partial birth abortion. And the only reason why they don't include that is because we have a ban on it. So the minute the woman is dilated, and they say push any time she can say kill the baby. I don't want this baby. And they will it's so unbelievably extreme why are they pushing that through? Why are they going this far if you say? You know, they they know they're too extreme. Why are they doing that? Then because they were within the what I outlined outlined in the book, they live with Indies, super zip codes, and they all think alike, and they're so outside the mainstream mainstream democratic position on abortion. If you work at this. Mystics? In particular, among young people. Young people have become more pro life over time. And it hasn't. It's not all about religion. It's also about the summary. Scientists in an artificial intelligence has funded amount of things in our life, including how we view abortion. You can see what your baby looks like and see a heartbeat much faster speed than you could five years ago ten years ago, you know, there's life in you. And these young people see that they see that through when they're in school when they're taught about things in their science classes, but they also see that in a personal life when they make decisions I for thirty years ago. I said if there was a window to a womb. That was natural abortion would stop because you would see it as a baby. It's our is that are allowing us to live in this life, the live this lie. And as technology gets better will recognize a child earlier and earlier, and that is what's happening to the millennials right now. Absolutely. The millennials in Jansy are much more pro life than gen-x and the boomers were okay. So let me go back to let me go back to a Cossio Cortez. And the things that she is doing right now that you say she has in common with Donald Trump, and the left doesn't seem to have a problem with it with her, but they do with Donald Trump explain that when you come back in one minute..

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