35 Burst results for "Jd Vance"

Established Republicans Want MAGA Candidates to Lose

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:49 sec | 5 d ago

Established Republicans Want MAGA Candidates to Lose

"The establishment Republicans, do you know what success looks like for them right now? They want the maga candidates to lose in November to say, I told you so, you should have nominated people like Mitt Romney. They would love nothing more than to see Blake masters lose, JD Vance lews, Carrie Lake lose. They would love that. It will vindicate them. They'll feel good about themselves. And guess what? They're going to do whatever it takes to help make that happen. But now we need all hands on deck everybody. That means tuning into this program, tuning into war room with Bannon. That means knocking on doors, registering voters, giving the money that you can. We can not outsource our activism because guess what, the traditional Republican establishment infrastructure is going to sit this one out. In fact, they might actively help some of the Democrats.

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Tom Tradup: Trending Events at CPAC

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:38 min | 5 d ago

Tom Tradup: Trending Events at CPAC

"Harry, what's your title? I suppose it'll be a vice president of news and talk programming, but here at cpac, I'm best known as the only person in the entire convention that does not have either pants or a shirt or both made out of an American flag. Well, come on, get one, get with the program. Where's your flag? No, I feel naked here. It's unbelievable. You told me. You texted me today. Two things that just cracked me up. First of all, you said, you don't want to miss Marjorie Taylor Greene's session. It's called I'll take my committee back, please. And then you said that there's a, I guess, a session called the invasion with both Myra Flores and Carrie Lake. Is that true? That's right. Yep, Carrie Lake is flying in right after her victory in Arizona yesterday. In the GOP primary and she and Myra Flores who you've had on the show before Mike and you know very well from the Rio Grande valley, they are going to have this place exploding today. But it doesn't take much. I mean, Mike lindell is making a speech, Rick Scott, the U.S. senator from Florida has got a plan to rescue America. He's going to reveal JD Vance is here from Ohio that he's going to be talking about the rise of the hillbilly, which would be him. And then tonight, our mutual friend Larry O'Connor is hosting the annual cattlemen's ball here in Dallas at cpac and the guest speaker is Steve Bannon.

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The 10 Most Important Races in 2022

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:37 min | Last week

The 10 Most Important Races in 2022

"Master dot com, Joe day dot com, team Herschel dot com, Ted bud dot com, Morse the number four Senate dot com, Adam laxalt dot com. JD Vance dot com, Doctor Oz dot com, smiley for Senate dot com, Ron Johnson for Senate dot com. That's not order of importance. That's the order of the states. Blake masters in Arizona, Joe Dan, Colorado, Herschel Walker, and Georgia, Ted bud in North Carolina, I think, oh, got that wrong. It's then C, but NH I was using the abbreviations. Chuck Morris in New Hampshire, Adam laxalt and Nevada, JD vents and Ohio, Doctor Oz and Pennsylvania, Tiffany smiley and Washington state and Ron Johnson in Wisconsin. That's the key. Those ten races. And I hope Peter jail gives them all Peter Thiel gives a $100 million to each of those races. Sets up an independent expenditure committee. If you're listening, Peter, I'm just saying, give a $1 billion away and win the country. It matters. It matters. We got to stop these crazy judges. Yes, we got to fix tax policy. We can fix that. We're going to have the House of Representatives in any event. And great candidates winning all across the United States last night. Republicans low end, they're going to pick up ten high end. They could pick up 40. Depends on how badly Joe Biden screws up and what happens with inflation. And right now, the misery index, I think it's baked in. The house is one. Democrats are giving up the retiring in droves. They're running away. And they should. Because redistricting plus the misery index means a Republican wave in the house.

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Where Is JD Vance and What Is He Thinking?

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

00:58 sec | 2 weeks ago

Where Is JD Vance and What Is He Thinking?

"Yeah, these party activists say is missing for many of the county fairs party meetings, campaign stacks were stops where candidates in the state are expected to be. The Republican faithful are telling me they can't find JD Vance with a search warrant. One GOP source said they are now in a full on panic, actor Vance revealed his debt, his he has debt that he has to pay off after the primary. One radio host there said it's a code red. I think he's running the worst campaign you could possibly run. But I don't get the just going out of your way. I don't know what it is that Charlie trolling people. What is it, saying women should stay in violent marriages. Just to get, they all, they all speak the language of the drive time radio talk show now. Yeah. They all talk like, you know, the guy's Chris used to work for. Exactly. Yeah. That's the lingua franca of American conservatism. And all Republicans now.

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JD Vance Is Running a Terrible Campaign Says Charlie Pierce

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

00:54 sec | 2 weeks ago

JD Vance Is Running a Terrible Campaign Says Charlie Pierce

"You tweeted JD Vance campaigning in Israel. I know that Ohio's maps are pretty badly gerrymandered, but yeah, everybody there is saying, hey, where is he? And B he's running one of the worst campaigns ever. And now he's like, oh yes, you should stay in a violent marriage. I mean, he is right. He is running a terrible campaign, apparently. And the fact that he's, you know, he's still viable in that race. It just confirms everything I think about Ohio. Well, I mean, the latest poll, it still has Tim Ryan, but only by point. I've seen polls with Ryan up by more. But what do you think? Well, I mean, Tim Ryan, if Ohio is going to elect the Democrat besides sherrod Brown, it's going to be him. It's going to be Tim Ryan. He checks all the boxes. And he's running and he's running against the creature from Peter Thiel's basement. Yeah.

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Charlie Welcomes Ohio's JD Vance, a Proud Member of 'The New Right'

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:49 min | 3 weeks ago

Charlie Welcomes Ohio's JD Vance, a Proud Member of 'The New Right'

"There is a new roster and generation of candidates that is rising up. It's super exciting. We were early and endorsed the great JD Vance in Ohio, and he won his primary and looks like he's on his way to win in November, still some work to do there. We just endorsed Blake masters in Arizona who's doing very, very well, big Trump rally this weekend in Arizona, and voting will be wrapped up in just a couple of weeks with Blake masters and Blake and JD are part of what we are calling the new rights. With this right now is JD Vance, who is the Republican nominee. It feels good to say that. And the great state of Ohio, JD, welcome back to the program. Thanks, Charlie. How are you? Doing great. Thank you. So first, how's your race going? You're running up against a total phony, Tim Ryan. I think that's his name. How is the race going? Yeah, you're right. Total phony voted by the 100% of the time, but it was a bit low C 98. So at a time and yet, if you watch this TV commercials Charlie, it's just a sensible conservative Democrat cut from the old plot. He didn't support defund the police even then he called them all racist in the new Jim Crow. He didn't support Biden's inflation policies, even though he voted to shut down the Ohio energy economy. It's just, man, it is a preposterous thing where you watch a guy who has voted one way for 20 years, try to say that he's something totally different in TV commercials. And that's the challenge. The race is going well. I mean, Ohio is a great state. We've got smart people. The environment is bad because Joe Biden has been disaster and Tim Ryan has helped him. But he does have a lot more money than we do, which is one of the big challenges that Republicans have all across the country is all the out of state Democrat money is allowing these guys to brand themselves, but I don't think that people will be hiring to buy it. And I think I'm going to win and we're going to be able to do some good things in the

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Mayra Flores Sends Clear Message to Jill Biden

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:10 min | 3 weeks ago

Mayra Flores Sends Clear Message to Jill Biden

"Calls Hispanic voters. Tacos. And Maya Flores is not having it. She says no. You're not going to condescendingly come in as a white woke liberal and tell us how to live our life. Pretty fire here. I got to say Meyer Flores is passing all the early tests. Play cut 86. Do you accept her apology from this past week? Yeah, right. Then I'll see you as Americans. They see us as tacos. That's exactly how they see us. And we're proud Americans and they only are doing this to get our vote and they think that by giving us tacos and playing Latin music, that that's all it's going to take for us to vote for them in November. It's going to take a lot more than that. We want gas, rent and groceries to come down. We want more money in our pockets. And they're only making our lives more measurable. You say something that you would accept in terms of the topology. We take our apology, but we know that the reason why she's apologizing is because of all the backlash that's she's receiving truly doesn't mean it. It's pretty fire. She doesn't mean it. That's exactly right. Look,

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Who Created 'The Woke'?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:27 min | 3 weeks ago

Who Created 'The Woke'?

"The woke ideas are infecting our entire society. We know that. Who created the woke? Well, the woke, they're largely white liberals. Mostly, mainly. Post modernist ideas put forward by Jacques derrida and many others. Or put forward by people that have a hyper academic view of the world, the people that are closer to faith and traditional family and culture, they believe in nature and there's an unintended consequence that is bubbling up here that is something that is significant and it's profound and we've talked about it here on this program a couple times. First of all, in order to be a liberal, you must be arrogant, self righteous and a demagogue. It's a necessary, let's just say, character, series of character traits. Let's put it that way. I can't stand smugness. It's one of my least favorite characteristics. It's okay if you're wrong, but don't take yourself so seriously, be open to disagreements, have some nuance, go where facts lead you,

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People Are Defecting From the Left in Record Numbers

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:06 min | 2 months ago

People Are Defecting From the Left in Record Numbers

"Then? The final phase is the desperation of the left realizing that they control, yes, the institutions, but they do not control the people, that the people are defecting from them in record numbers, that their games and their cutting of corners and their cheating will no longer be honored and them realizing that their ability to control us, their magical spell has faded. You see this as grassroots activists in candidates running for office, they just kind of shrug off attacks. This is happening right now in Arizona where Blake masters is being called a racist by the media and he's like, that's not what I said. I'm not a racist, and basically go take a hike. Other Republican candidates are trying to attack Blake masters here in Arizona by calling him a racist. And that is being super rejected by the conservative base. Where the conservative base is seeing other candidates attack Blake masters here in Arizona and they're like, no, actually don't act like a leftist. He's not a racist because he shared some Facebook article 12 years ago that had 25,000 words that you cherry pick one part of it and he didn't necessarily endorse it, like actually that's a scum like tactic. And it is. And so you're seeing this in every corner, you saw it when they tried to attack JD Vance. Like, oh, he's a racist. Nobody cared. Now let me be very clear. Conservatives actually have a radar for a legitimate racism. That's why we know Nicole Hannah Jones and Robin D'angelo and ibram X kendi and taha nishi coach. We know that they are racist. We know that. But we know that people on our side we referee racism and they don't. There's no place for it in the conservative movement. Doesn't exist. And yet on the other side, they're the ones that built entire political movements around it. And this kind of realization of how disingenuous dishonest and power hungry the left is has empowered us, but they are now going to respond with pure force.

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It's Been a Very Interesting Time for Primaries in the U.S.

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:20 min | 2 months ago

It's Been a Very Interesting Time for Primaries in the U.S.

"Today is going to be a great episode. We're just going to, I've been saving up some things. We've been going through some interviews when talking to a lot of folks about, you know, different things that have really been interesting as we go as this week is progress. You know, selection. We've been in primary after primary probably to use these have been dominated for primaries. Our podcast from just the other day with chip Lake, talked about the in depth of how campaigns work and what parameters what people are going through when it comes to candidates and also campaign operatives on the days leading up to a primary. And we've seen a lot of different things happening. You look across the country, you've seen president Trump's endorsement as we've talked about still being very powerful. If you look at Ohio, you look at the Senate race there. Taking JD Vance and moving him from really the endorsement itself moved him from fourth place with no hope to first place by ten points and also the help of Peter field with about

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"jd vance" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:46 min | 2 months ago

"jd vance" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"Com first guest of the day. Wonderful time and given the big, big things happening across the country tomorrow, Pennsylvania elsewhere is an individual who kind of embodies the new breed of maga America first author entrepreneur JD Vance. Welcome back to America first. Thanks for having me, Seth, good to be with you. Now, you worked in public relations in the Marine Corps. You're an incredibly successful author. Now you're a citizen politician, got to get your take on the deplorable thing didn't work too well for Hillary. You know, Americans took it as a kind of badge of courage, this insult. Now, after 6 months, we find out 6 months of very expensive focus group analysis, they came up with the ultra maga insult that Biden used. Do you think this is going to fair as well as deplorables did? No, I don't said. I mean, look, the big problem here is the Democrats that got to stop insulting the people who they want to vote for them. So common sense, you know, we don't like a lot of Democrat politicians and I don't like a lot of Democrat leaders and the media industrial complex that supports them. But you don't insult people who are, you want their vote. This is something that Hillary Clinton never learned. It's not just the ultra maga thing. Do you remember the vaccine mandate speech that Biden gave probably, I don't know, 8 or 9 months ago so and the way that he talked about the unvaccinated were like basically like they were sewer rats that they were about to enter and experience a winter of death and discontent. It just don't talk about people like that in a constitutional republic, but of course these people don't see themselves as leaders in a constitutional republic. They see themselves as rulers of their subjects and that's the

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J.D. Vance Joins Sebastian to Talk 2022 Politics

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:46 min | 2 months ago

J.D. Vance Joins Sebastian to Talk 2022 Politics

"Com first guest of the day. Wonderful time and given the big, big things happening across the country tomorrow, Pennsylvania elsewhere is an individual who kind of embodies the new breed of maga America first author entrepreneur JD Vance. Welcome back to America first. Thanks for having me, Seth, good to be with you. Now, you worked in public relations in the Marine Corps. You're an incredibly successful author. Now you're a citizen politician, got to get your take on the deplorable thing didn't work too well for Hillary. You know, Americans took it as a kind of badge of courage, this insult. Now, after 6 months, we find out 6 months of very expensive focus group analysis, they came up with the ultra maga insult that Biden used. Do you think this is going to fair as well as deplorables did? No, I don't said. I mean, look, the big problem here is the Democrats that got to stop insulting the people who they want to vote for them. So common sense, you know, we don't like a lot of Democrat politicians and I don't like a lot of Democrat leaders and the media industrial complex that supports them. But you don't insult people who are, you want their vote. This is something that Hillary Clinton never learned. It's not just the ultra maga thing. Do you remember the vaccine mandate speech that Biden gave probably, I don't know, 8 or 9 months ago so and the way that he talked about the unvaccinated were like basically like they were sewer rats that they were about to enter and experience a winter of death and discontent. It just don't talk about people like that in a constitutional republic, but of course these people don't see themselves as leaders in a constitutional republic. They see themselves as rulers of their subjects and that's the

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How Bad Can Biden's Economy Get? Stephen Moore Explains

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:57 min | 2 months ago

How Bad Can Biden's Economy Get? Stephen Moore Explains

"Stephen, let me just continue on that note. Are you seeing because as a famous economist once said to me, economics is the science of demonstrating that water runs downhill. It's not, you know, it's not voodoo. It's not a dark art. It's common sense, right? It's just common sense. Is there anybody you're hearing on the other side of the aisle to think tank or in the quote unquote political elite who's saying, yeah, this is nuts. We can't print more money, send money to the Ukraine, the punish the wealth generators in America because I don't see it. Are you seeing it? No, you don't well, you don't see it among any of the Democrats in Congress who are just very dutifully voting for every Obama initiative. You know, we have a race I met with JD Vance this morning. You know, he's running against Tim Ryan from Ohio. This is an example of what you're talking about. And Tim Ryan is going around the state of Iowa saying, I'm a moderate Democrat. I'm a middle pro worker, a Democrat. And JD said, well, that's interesting because you voted a 100% with Joe Biden. How are you a moderate Democrat? All these guys, they voted in a 100% with Biden on everything. So there's no voices of sanity and Congress except for Joe Manchin who saved our country. Thank you, Joe Manchin. You really did say, by the way, I'm sorry to go up on a tangent here. Go ahead, go ahead. Yep, Bezos said, hey, the guy who really saved you was Joe Manchin. You know, you wanted to spend another $5 trillion because Biden's running around the country now saying he reduced the deficit. Can you believe this? You can't make this stuff up. He's about three $4 trillion they say. Fiscal conservative. And then, of course, here's the bigger problem, though, and I shouldn't be laughing because this is a very serious matter. There's nobody in The White House. There's no sane voice in The White House who was saying, hey, you know, you can't do this. You have to, there's no adult in the room. There's nobody who knows anything about business.

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Blake Masters: Illegal Immigration Is Bad for All Americans

The Dan Bongino Show

01:30 min | 3 months ago

Blake Masters: Illegal Immigration Is Bad for All Americans

"And what they want to do is they want you to stop talking about the illegal immigration problem in Arizona So what do they do The bodies are not even buried yet in Buffalo They take that case and they say well how can we tar JD Vance and Blake masters and Tucker Carlson and anyone else it's really disgusting Considering the fact Blake that the only people obsessed with racial replacement are the left This is nothing to do with race I don't care what your color is Just enter the country legally There's nothing to do with That's a leftist fascination not ours That's totally right It's just totally right I think call me old fashioned to correct amount of illegal immigration is zero And that's not a racial thing I think unlimited illegal immigration it's bad for white Americans It's bad for black Americans It's bad for Asian American It's bad for all Americans Okay and that's who I care about And the left knows that this is part of their agenda You get in trouble as a candidate apparently if you just admit the truth which is the left wants to bring in millions of people and they hope to make those people voters someday They hope those people will break Democrat someday And that's what I want to give them Amnesty And I'm not okay with that And I don't care what the media says Of course they'll call me a racist and a big and it's just nope obviously not true Smile on your face Happy warrior Illegal immigration is a problem Biden is derelict in his duty They're not even trying to enforce better a law That's why I think you should be impeached And the correct amount of illegal immigration is zero

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J.D. Vance Shares His Feelings Post-Ohio GOP Senate Primary Victory

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:01 min | 3 months ago

J.D. Vance Shares His Feelings Post-Ohio GOP Senate Primary Victory

"Is JD Vance, the U.S. Senate nominee candidate for the great state of Ohio running against Tim Ryan. JD, welcome back to the program. Thanks, Charlie. Thanks for having me. And congratulations, I actually have a chance to tell you that yet. So first just your reaction from your race, you won the shocking victory. I think almost two weeks ago, how are you processing things? How's your race standing now that you're in the general? That's good. I mean, look, the Biden administration has been a disaster in Tim Ryan, my democratic opponent has voted with the Biden administration a 100% of the time. So we feel good about the general. Still got to put in the work. I think the Republican primary the way that I think about it is that it was a referendum on what kind of party do we want to be? Do we want to be a nationalist America first policy? Or do we want a party? Or do we want to go back to the ways of starting stupid wards that we have no reason to be in and shipping our manufacturing base off to China and other countries in the world. So I'm glad that the voters of Ohio rejected the old establishment ways. And I'm excited to take the America first message into the general election. And like I said, I feel pretty good

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Is Biden on the Verge of Losing Hispanic-Black Base?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:53 min | 3 months ago

Is Biden on the Verge of Losing Hispanic-Black Base?

"Interim, we've been doing some research here about the black and Hispanic voting base, there's an article here from Paul bedard, Washington secrets columnist for the Washington examiner. It's headlined. Biden on the verge of losing Hispanic black base. So there's some new polling that's out of McLaughlin and associates, which is a GOP polling firm. But they are very good at what they do. So, you know, the pieces of fairly good job here in Paul bedard is a great columnist with the examiner. But starting at a former president Trump, we started seeing this erosion of the blue collar Hispanic and black voters. Now, much ink has been spilled much cable time has been devoted to the erosion of the white working class base. This is the if you want to say it's a JD Vance voter in Ohio and West Virginia, Indiana, in the Midwest, right? These are the former union die hards that would vote Democrat, the blue dot Democrats, but they would stick with the Democrat party. We saw that erosion with Trump. Now, much has been made of that move. But what's happening right now is I would call it a tectonic political realignment and we're seeing it because blue collar working class Hispanic and black voters are starting to trick, not even trickle, but to gush says Bernard. Giving Republicans not only a good chance, but a probable, likely slam dunk chance in both the houses of both houses of Congress to quickly lock down their own ruling

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Dinesh and Debbie Discuss Trump's Latest Rally in Pennsylvania

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:06 min | 3 months ago

Dinesh and Debbie Discuss Trump's Latest Rally in Pennsylvania

"So Friday was the Trump rally and it was a rally for Doctor Oz who I guess was getting a mixed reaction from the crowd. I mean, there was a bunch of people with Oz stickers and all, but pretty much every time his name came up, there was also a bunch of booze, just giving you an idea that this is a this is a guy who does not seem to have unified support. And I had never been to a rally in this sense. You and I went to the rally. And he was Ted Cruz and Trump. And so we were in the audience for that one. But here I was in the green room. I was kind of fun. There's Doctor Oz and he's sort of, you know, he's a character. He's a very he's a charismatic fellow. But I like listening to his health tips and stuff. Yeah, yeah, yeah. But you can tell he's a little bit, I don't know if Phil himself is right. Well, I mean, that again, I think I know why people were not happy with him. And that is because how conservative is he. Right. And you know, I do remember when he was on Oprah lot and he likes to, he likes to kind of mingle with the left with the liberal left. Yeah. You know, so that could be why people are like, hey, why are you running in the Republican ticket? Are you Republican? Are you a conservative? Are you? So I'd never met him. We said hello. And then JD Vance comes in, which was great. I like JD Vance. And look, JD Vance, I've admittedly in the beginning he was not hot on Trump, but I think he realized that the very issues that he writes about in hillbilly elegy. The very working class people he grew up with who have hard lives and are ignored by the elite. Trump, believe it or not, Trump the billionaire cares about those people. I know. It's unbelievable though mentioning that how so many people in the spectrum love Trump, like the very poor from the barrio where I grew up to billionaires. It's like everybody, you know, loves him. So he's got, he's got a lot of fans from different walks of life. It's amazing. I was watching him interact with people. Think about Trump as he's, he's a Democrat in the small descent. I never notice a difference when he's talking to an important person or an ordinary guy, he treats him exactly the same. Exactly

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Matthew Peterson on the Rise of the New Right

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:37 min | 3 months ago

Matthew Peterson on the Rise of the New Right

"It's a lot happening right now, and some call it the rise of the new right. And I want to explore that with the brilliant Matt Peterson Matt. Welcome back to the program. Hey, thanks for having me on. What's happening these days? A lot happening. It feels like we're gaining ground kind of give us your analysis. How big was this week? What did this mean? And what is the new right? Well, first off, this is an enormously important week because JD Vance winning that primary for the U.S. Senate really is this shot heard round the world. They don't want to talk about it. But it has the establishment seething and very afraid. And it really is the first of, I think, a series of dominoes that are going to fall leading into this fall that are going to define this red wave as something that's not coming about due to God bless them, Mitch McConnell and others, but due to strong new leaders on the right who are taking the America first agenda and moving forward. And so really, they're not talking about this enough. This is incredibly important what just happened. Millions of dollars were spent by establishment Republicans against JD Vance. And that win, which now sets them on course to go to the U.S. Senate. It's just, it should be the shot, hurled, heard around the world. This is not over. The American right is not done. There are a number of new leaders who are saying the right things and they're brave to say it now when it's not clear who's going to win. And those people who consistently spread that message, I predict, are going to be the leaders of this red wave moving

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What Is the Power of the Donald Trump Endorsement?

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:16 min | 3 months ago

What Is the Power of the Donald Trump Endorsement?

"Is what is the power of the Donald Trump endorsement. And I'm going to tell you right now, it is still very powerful. I live in Georgia, but I travel all over the country. And that endorsement is still very warm and sought after and valid in a Republican primary in particular. Because there is still the approval ratings of Donald Trump among Republican voters. You see the impact that his endorsements had that he still, again, the media is obsessed with Donald Trump. I mean, he doesn't have to necessarily be on social media for them to take everything that he says and put it on social media. It's almost as if he's there. So as you build through these races, we want to and we've talked about them when we went through here on the show. Talking about how these races could be impacted. Well, now we have some of our first results and I want to take it in a step further. And I'm going to break out from what we talked about a couple of weeks ago here on the show and say, this is what we actually saw playing out. So let's start number one. Hot take in Ohio. JD Vance comes through. JD Vance wins the nomination. He's now going to go up against Tim Ryan for that sentencing. Mike dewine, who is a governor. Many what ensure that president Trump did not endorse in that, but dewan was not in line. It seemed for that endorsement, but dewine won going away in Ohio. And now focused on the Senate seat, you got JD Vance going against Tim Ron. Tim Ron probably if you had to go out and pick the best Democrat candidate in Ohio right now to run this race in this environment with this democratic headwind that they have. Ryan's probably the best one that they could have picked. So it's going to be imperative that the Republicans come together in Ohio around JD Vance and it's been a contested contested heavily contested primary with no one in mandala in advance. But let's talk about this Trump endorsed and I want to break it down for a minute because we've talked about it and how it may play out and it will this endorsement fade and will people be willing to overcome. Well, the answer is a resounding yes in Ohio. The endorsement from former president Trump and Don Junior, along with a lot of money from mister thiel, who put in almost 13 million or more into this race, 3 million just in the last few weeks after with a surrounding the endorsement made the difference it appears in

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"jd vance" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:36 min | 3 months ago

"jd vance" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. This is producer Andrew colvert filling in for the one and only Charlie Kirk. But I have a great surprise for you. Even though he can't make the entire show today, we do have him on the line. He is criss-crossing the state of Ohio right now with JD Vance. So without further ado, we've got a lot of show to cover, but I wanted to bring Charlie Kirk himself in right here at the top of the hour. Charlie, welcome to your own show. I'm honored to be a guest on my own show. And thank you, Andrew. And I wanted to call in just for a couple of minutes here. I'm actually on the road. We're about to be in Dublin, Ohio. I'm here with JD Vance and senator Josh hawley. It's the last sprint before. What is actually turning out to be one of the most expensive primary races in our country's history, JD is the FrontRunner here. He's got president Trump's endorsement. And it's been really interesting, you know, barnstorming the state kind of learning where the Republican Party is. And this really is kind of a test for what kind of Republican Party do we want? Do we want to kind of the same old kind of Bush and Cheney Republican Party or do we want to go in a direction of a party that will defend our manufacturing and put tariffs on China and restrict immigration and the people of Ohio are resonating with that message. And so, you know, it's been a long slog. It's been a pretty contested primary, but JD is really pulling away and just for all of our Ohio listeners here. I'm completely and totally enthusiastic. Enthusiastically behind JD and we need people to show up in big numbers

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"jd vance" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:00 min | 4 months ago

"jd vance" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Let's be honest. In hour or two, that's this hour. We did ask metaxas. That was our first segment where you write in with questions. I answer them. Then we did JD Vance future senator future United States senator. I certainly hope, and then we spoke to the talbots. Now, remember, the Talbot's want our questions. So you have any business questions. Their business geniuses, they built relief factor, you know, a $100 million. I'm probably not supposed to say that, right? Well, it's true. $100 million business. They want to answer your business questions. So the Talbot group, you just come to our website, metaxas talk dot com, send us any business questions that you have and they will answer them in future segments. Metaxas talk dot com. While you're at metaxas talk dot com. We need you to help out with food for the poor. The phone number, if you can give to help, this is now from now till the end of this month. So we've only got a week left, and we're way behind. So I hope everyone will participate a little bit. But you can dial the number 8 four four 8 6 three hope. 8 four four 8 6 three hope 8 four four 8 6 three hope. And you can go to my taxes talk dot com the banner free help Ukraine is at the top. As I said, they have shifted over toward the end of the month from now onward to get emergency relief to the folks in the Ukraine. So I hope that everybody will participate. Most of you have and I simply want to say, they are, they're doing God's work. And I hope you and your families will see that they're a worthy organization. It's so hard to know where to give. So we try to vet these organizations so that you have a place that you can depend that your money goes a really, really long way. And so that's again 8 four four 8 6 three hope 8 four four 8 6 three hope. We're just going to tax this talk dot com. Alvin, I've got to mention a couple of the things real quick. Mike lindell, he's a hero. There's a reason if you watching this on rumble that you can see that he's standing behind me in two dimensional cut out form. Not quite as talkative or as boisterous as he is in person. But Mike is a hero. And if you go to Frank speech dot com, you will see a report. It's just astonishing. I don't know what to say when people say, where's the evidence? Where's the proof? There's tons of it. People just, I think a lot of people just want to say, there's no evidence, there's no proof. The fact of the matter is that we the people have to get involved. So share this on social media. You can just go to my social media. I've shared it everywhere. And you can also support Mike by going to my store dot com and my pillow dot com and use the code Eric. You can also go to Frank speech dot com and use the code Eric. Yeah. If you go to Frank speech dot com, you can see it Frank's speech dot com and lindell TV, you can see this program every day. Some of you are watching this program on lindell TV. But please use the code Eric at Mike lind at when you go to my store dot com and my pillow dot com and I want to say when you go to my store dot com, they're gorgeous bahnhof for posters. They're huge. They're gorgeous, very high quality. And the books are all hardcover books. Use the code Eric and you get the discount. Yeah, and Mike is even more of a hero when you use the code Eric. Yes. That's what we meant to say. Which is great because 25% off all this week only. Only this week. Okay, thank you. You just reminded us, only this week, folks, new traumatic dot com when you use the code Eric this week only. You get 25% off when you use the code Eric this week, only we warned you, okay? Final plug for my website, Eric metaxas dot com. We want you to get this all kinds of stuff that we sent out once or twice a week. You can't get it. You know we're canceled from YouTube. Just please go to Eric my taxes dot com and sign up. And I think that's it. You could say big when you bundle your home and auto with progressive. But when we just come out and say it, it feels like it falls a bit flat, so we're gonna sink it. We're singing words now. We'll even sing the business part. All over progressive. Now, that's a commercial you'll remember. Even if you don't remember the bundle and safe with progressive part. We're singing progressive casualty insurance company in Abigail's discount line available in all states or situations. This is the end of the jingle..

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"jd vance" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:42 min | 4 months ago

"jd vance" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"100% increase. You remember when we first started TV, all of us, Seth? We were on the phone. All of the people that you can't keep up. I had a headset and work customer service. Absolutely. I did and in fact, my last two years there, I work customer service quite a bit. In fact, most of my attention was put on customer service. Because customer service is very expensive to ramp up, and as you might imagine, as you heard, the labor shortage was and customer service tends to be an area where you get a ton of turnover. And so the trick with good customer service is that everybody wants to talk to a live person, but the truth is, is that it's very expensive and it takes forever, which is why people that insist on talking to a live person often have to wait forever. And so trying to figure out how to guess at what the people's issues were and to make it easier so they would feel like they needed to call. So using creating the systems that scale to our growth was probably one of the biggest challenges because near the end, we had figured out the messaging about our systems couldn't handle it. And so we spent a lot of time and resources a ton of money and resources on scaling the systems so that we could instantly handle customer service issues that just we just didn't take it that seriously. We were so focused on sales and marketing for the first few years because that's like your survival metric. You're just focused on sales and marketing sales and marketing. Conversions and margin, whatever. And customer service tends to kind of be the laggard. And it became a real liability for us. And thankfully, we really turned it around about two years ago. What's also interesting is that people really don't want to talk to somebody. They want satisfaction and what he was able to create. What he was able to create in the artificial intelligence software is that they were getting satisfaction faster. That to me, that is the silver bullet. Now, there's everything you're talking about. The fact that you were able to do that, that's worth everything. We grew in the last 18 months while we were there. We were exploding, but our number of employees dropped. And customers. Customer service was so good. It was so efficient. And that he had said before 60% was handled totally by AI. And satisfaction was up because the thing that's interesting. You ask a consumer, do you want a text thing? Do you want a website? Do you whatever. Younger audiences will of course say texting or website, older audiences will of course say live. So the trick is delivering service to that person who would opt for in person, but deliver high quality so that they walk away super happy, regardless of what the interface was. And you can do this for other businesses here's the key. We can do this. It doesn't matter the category. It could be legal. It could be medical. It could be carpet laying. It could be any business, any industry. And nonprofit as well. We're often asked, well, can you do these principles hold true for ministries for non home man? Yes, maybe even more so. I better tell people where to go. I think they can call you or they can just go to Talbot group dot com or if you want a live person 8 6 6 Talbot, thanks. American style. Folks, what a day, what a day, what a day. Oh my gosh. Our one we talked to Heather McDonald. She's astonishing..

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"jd vance" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

08:54 min | 4 months ago

"jd vance" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Somewhere and it started frankly in the universities. We've just got a few minutes left. I'm talking to senatorial candidate in a great state of Ohio JD Vance, folks. Don't go away. I'll give a little bit I'll give a little bit of my life for you in case you haven't been paying attention. The Biden administration has caused a financial crisis and they have no clue how to fix it. Oil prices have skyrocketed and when oil prices go up, the cost of transportation and shipping spikes leaving the prices of goods to rise. And when we're already seeing record inflation that's the last thing we need. Our economy is in trouble and you need to take steps to protect yourself. If all your money is tied up in stocks, bonds and traditional markets, you are vulnerable. Gold is one of the best ways to protect your retirement. No matter what happens, you own your gold. It is real. It is physical. It's always been valuable since the dawn of time. 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And you get this because you've been to Yale law school. And you know that the ideas of the Marxist left because that's what it is now. It's the Marxist left, these are fundamentally atheistic, fundamentally anti American ideas. They have, in fact, taken over the academy, and they are really polluting the water system, so to speak. They are destroying every part of our society. There was a story about what was going on at Yale law school recently. What do you think folks like you can do about this if you're elected to the Senate? Well, I think we have to start from the premise that like we talked about earlier, the education system to really drive so much. Our corporate leaders are military leaders, our generals, our politicians, pretty much every person of leadership in this country goes through some of these institutions and it's heavily influenced by the ideas that come out of them. But I think we have to recognize in my view that these institutions are largely unsalvageable and we have to start dismantling the preferential treatment that these places have gotten so that things can come up and replace them. So just to give you one example, you know, I come from a working class family every single member of my family pays a higher tax rate than the Harvard University endowment, which is a $45 billion hedge fund that pays no taxes and uses its incredible wealth to fund left wing causes. Hold on. Way to actually. You said that the Harvard endowment, $45 billion hedge fund pays no taxes. Zero taxes. That is extraordinary. I mean, everybody needs strawberries. Ladies and gentlemen, Yale and Harvard. The money that they have, okay, so what can somebody in the United States Senate like you? What can they do about that? Potentially. We got to start creating a level playing field, right? If I started a private company, of course it would have to pay taxes as it should. If my family has to pay taxes, then these other institutions have to start paying taxes too. I think the thing that is so important about this, the point that I'm trying to make, Eric, is that these left wing institutions, they haven't just taken over the country naturally. They've been given preferential treatment and they've used that preferential treatment to accumulate more and more power and then to use that power to push their dogma on the rest of the citizenry. That's what's really going on. You see this in so many different spheres. Google Amazon Apple, pay a lower tax rate than the small and medium sized businesses that support the community that I live in. And of course they engage in massive censorship. You have these massive foundations that are treated differently even from many of our churches of so many of our nonprofits, which are harassed by the IRS. Meanwhile, these foundations are let off the hook by the IRS. There's so many ways in which the left has subtly gained control of these power centers, gotten themselves special benefits. And then, you know, conservatives like me and you look around and say, well, we keep on winning elections. Why does the left keep on winning the longer war for our society? It's because they have used their power very smartly and we've got to push back against it more aggressively and more intelligence more intelligently than what they've created for themselves. I just get the impression that most of your I hope future colleagues in the Senate, lack courage, they are unwilling to take these things on. I can think of a tiny handful of senators, Josh hawley, Tom cotton, just a tiny handful of senators who are willing to use their power, their accumulated capital, really, to do something for the American people, which is why I get so excited about you because if we don't do this, it is game over for the United States of America. That's not hyperbole. I'm not being Cassandra. This is absolutely true. Anybody with eyes to see understands that we're at the edge of the volcano. I mean, we almost have gone over. Yeah, I mean look, you're absolutely right. Holly's great cotton's great. I think there are a few critical mass of our leaders that get what's going on. And the hopeful note that all sound is that our voters are very awake to what's going on in the country. This is one of the great things about running for office is the media thinks that conservative voters that were fundamentally stupid that we don't know what's going on in the country. And our voters are so far ahead of where our political leaders are. Eventually, that gap is going to have to close and what it does. We're going to have a real class of 5 years in Washington. They're going to take it back to the country. I mean, that's kind of what I see happening. I didn't mention Rand Paul and other great hero and in the Congress Jim Jordan. I mean, people who clearly get it. And I think that it's not just getting it intellectually. In other words, if you really understand how bad things are, you know that not fighting with everything you have is madness, that the only thing to do about this is to fight. Just 30 seconds left, final thoughts for my audience. Well, I think you're exactly right. I mean, the thing that I would encourage them to look for in political leaders is you have to be willing to take the heat from the media. If you go to Washington and you're desperate to get a good headline written about you in the Atlantic or The New York Times, you're eventually going to stab your own voters in the background. Maybe one of the best things I could say about my candidacy, I don't care about what these people say about me because I'm not in it for them. And then it's to save the country. Well, we'd like to get you back as soon as possible to talk more about big tech and other issues. I know your time is short. JD Vance God bless you. And we'll talk to you soon. Thank you. Hey folks, if you listen to this program, of course, you've heard me talk at infinitum about my pillow and my friend Mike lindell. Well, Mike is just announced that you will receive one of his books and the book is next level insane. It is called what are the odds from crack addict to CEO. It's his story. You will receive it absolutely free with any purchase using the promo code Eric..

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"jd vance" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:43 min | 4 months ago

"jd vance" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Eric. Tell me Eric, why is relief factors so successful at lowering or eliminating pain? I'm often asked that question, the owners of relief factor tell me they believe our bodies were designed to heal. That's right, designed to heal, and I agree with them. So the doctors who formulated relief factor for them selected the four best ingredients, yes, 100% drug free ingredients each helps your body deal with inflammation. Each of the four ingredients deals with inflammation from a different metabolic pathway, and that right there approaching from four different angles may be why so many people find such wonderful relief. So if you've got back pain, shoulder neck hip knee or foot pain from exercise or just getting older, you should order the three week quick start discounted to only 1995 to see if it will work for you. It works for me. It has for about 70% of the half a million people who've tried it and have ordered more, go to relief factor dot com or call 800 for relief to find out about this offer, feel the difference. So I'd like to know when hey folks, I'm excited, not generally specifically, I'm excited because I have as my guest right now. Someone that I've come to admire, his name is JD Vance. He is running for the Senate in Ohio, JD, welcome. Thanks, Eric. Good to be with you. At what point in your life are you going to be known as the guy who's in the Senate versus the guy who wrote hillbilly elegy? I just think it's going to be interesting to see how that goes. I think I'm really excited about your run. And you just, there was just a straw poll that put you way ahead. Can you share that with us? Yeah, so we've had a couple of debates in the past three or four days and we've done very well. I think the audience responded very well. And you want a particular we had a straw poll of the attendees who think it came in pretty undecided. And I think at the end of the debate, we were sort of one 45% and the other four or 5 candidates combined to get the rest. So in a good place, the campaign is going well. We need people to actually vote may 3rd, Ohio, if your listeners are in Ohio, please remind them to get out there and vote. If I can get to Ohio, can I vote? Well, actually, thanks to the way our elections work, you can vote three or four times. And if you have any deceased relatives, maybe bring them. Listen, rules, rules are just part of the white patriarchal construct that needs to be dismantled. Let's just have a free for all. Come on. Okay, so you're running, you're running for the Senate in Ohio. And when you were here in New York, you were on this program and we got to know each other a little bit that day. And I just want to say to my audience, you know, how impressed and really thrilled I was to hear you, because you have this rare thing called common sense. I mean, to find somebody running for political office, who has basic common sense, it's almost shocking in this day and age. And there are many things that you shared. Talk a little bit. I want to talk to you a little bit about the transgender madness. I mean, I think as a country, we're very forgiving and understanding and if people are dealing with issues, we want to, you know, we want to love them and respect them, but the idea that you've got the 6 foot four dude crushing it in women's swimming, I think most Americans know it's preposterous. It's almost funny except why aren't people in leadership saying excuse me? We have a problem. This is not acceptable. I mean, what do you think, what do we do about this? It just seems, I just can't imagine I couldn't have imagined until now that we would ever be in a position where anybody would have to weigh in on something like this. Yeah, I think it's a simple thing we have to do is actually change title 9 so that biological males can't compete in girls sports that really destroys the entire enterprise of girls sports. He was funny. I'm pretty far out on this as you are Eric. I mean, I think this is fundamentally an assault on male and female as God and nature have us. And that's really what this transient or moment is about. But it's funny, I was talking to a friend of mine who's much more liberal on the gender issues than I am. And she was like, you know, you were more conservative. I'm a little bit more liberal. But even I can accept that biological males shouldn't be participating in female sports, right? Their bodies are different. The whole idea of why we separate male and female into different sporting categories is to recognize that. And again, it's just basic common sense that this shouldn't happen. It's unfair to the girls, by the way. I think it's insulting to them. Many of these athletes have gone, you know, a young lifetime competing, training, preparing for these moments to have it taken away from them by progressive social policies, pretty sick.

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"jd vance" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:58 min | 6 months ago

"jd vance" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"JD Vance, don't go away. Hey there folks, we've got to interrupt my conversation with JD Vance to tell you actually that after this segment we will have another segment with JD Vance. By the way, Alban, after we recorded this interview, you know this, but I want to tell my audience, I went with JD to a dinner last night, he was interviewed in a forum and then there was kind of a donors dinner. So I got to hear more of him even than you're hearing in this conversation today. And I have to say really emphatically I was impressed, tremendously impressed with where he's coming from. So in a couple of minutes, we'll have the final part of my interview from yesterday. And my date add he's such a down to earth kind of guy. He's exactly who you want to represent you in this country. Exactly correct. That's right. I was very encouraged. I just want to share that from last night. But anyway, so we'll play that the rest of my conversation with him. But we'll have him on again soon, I think, to continue the conversation. I also want to say, we've got a lot of great guests coming up. It's really astonishing. We have Brandon strzok. You remember him, folks. I can not begin to tell you the hell that he has been put through by the people persecuting peaceful patriotic Americans who happened to show up in the nation's capital on January 6th is despicable. It's an American. We have to fight it, and one way we fight it is by speaking the truth. So we're going to have Brandon on this program. It probably will air Monday or Friday. I don't know, but very soon, we're going to have a long conversation with him. I had a phone conversation with him. And I'm telling you, I can get choked up what people have been through. He's just a wonderful young man and a patriot. We also have tomorrow an update on the Canadian trucker situation. We're talking to pastor Leon fontaine who passes the largest church in Canada or one of them tomorrow we're talking to him about what's going on there. Also our friend Ken fish is going to be on this week. He's coming to New York to do a conference this weekend. If you can get to New York this weekend, you should check it out. And Phil Robertson is out with a book, how much do we love Phil Roberts? And so a lot of exciting stuff coming up. And in our two today, don't tell me. Okay. It's talking about frying pan into the fire. Yeah, Michael. I conclude my conversation in the next ten minute segment with JD Vance, who I believe will be a very powerful voice in the United States Senate by the grace of God. After that, we're going to talk to our friend Mike lindell, who has an update on what is happening in Arizona, an effort by legislators in the Arizona legislature to decertify the 2020 election. If you think this is over, you're sorely mistaken by the grace of God, these things are taking time to work their way through the courts. Of course, the media simply doesn't report on this. It doesn't exist. It tries to cancel voices like Mike lindell's like Brandon struck like mine, so I want to say thank you for tuning into this program. We appreciate you. Last night at this dinner with JD Vance, honestly, I met a number of people who are such heroes in such patriots. I thought, I am so encouraged, you have no idea folks, how much is happening. So anyway, when we come back more with JD Vance in an hour or two, an update with Mike lyndell, hold onto your hat. Don't forget we have a give send go page if you want to help this program. And we need it, give send go, you can just put an Eric or metaxas. We'll.

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"jd vance" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:17 min | 6 months ago

"jd vance" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Folks welcome back I'm talking to JD Vance author of hillbilly elegy. I have to ask you, JD, can I call you JD? Please, can I call you JB? Call me whatever you want. What made you think that you ought to write a memoir? I mean, it's an amazing thing. Your story is amazing in and of itself. But the idea that you'd go to Iraq that you serve your country that you go to Yale law school, my goodness. And then decide to write a book telling this story. How did that happen? Were you a big reader growing up at what point do you decide to do what I speaking from experience? No, it was a big deal. Yeah. I've always loved to read and write. I read the Bible all the way through when I was 13 or 14 just because I was really really going to know what it actually said. I had a professor in law school who was politically moderate by my standards by the standards of Yale law school. I think it's sort of a radical right winger. And she encouraged me to turn what was in a paper into a book and the more that it became a book the more that it started incorporate stories about my past and my family and in law school. In law school. Are you able to can you share the name? Of this non communist Yale law school. Who's faced a number of canceled pressure campaigns in the past few years and one of her great sins, of course, is that she was a mentor to me. But if somebody can know a white nationalist bigot like JD Vance, they have a no place. No places. Let's be honest. Yeah. It's obvious. So it became a book from there. And the more that it became a book, I started talking to my family a lot, started asking for stories about things that happened even before I was boring before my mom was born. And it just became this sort of family investigation almost. I learned things, ma'am on papal left east string in turkey when she was 13 and he was 16. She was pregnant at the time. The baby that she had died 6 months or sorry, 6 days after she gave birth to it. We never knew that stuff, right? So you just learned this incredible family story that took my parent, my grandparents from Kentucky to Ohio. And yeah, I'd also say just being honest, there was definitely something I was at Yale law school. I felt connected to my home, but I realized these elites weren't really totally on board with what was going on in law back home. I think it was a good opportunity to just force myself to reckon with the two worlds and how different they were. Because think about it. A kid like me, nobody in my family going to college. Here I am at Yale law school. It was a good thing. Hopefully it was a good book, but certainly it was good for me and my family, I think, to have been written. It's always fascinating to me that when I think of Yale law school, unfortunately, I think of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. And it seems to be able to get through Yale as an undergraduate or particularly at the law school and to not drink that Kool-Aid is exceedingly rare. Were you did you have a moment where you.

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"jd vance" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:15 min | 6 months ago

"jd vance" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Insane. It is fascinating, isn't it? Because when you use terms like religion, have no establishment of religion in the constitution. People don't understand what you just said that any understanding of the fundamentals is effectively a religion. And so if you're a secularist, you do have a religion, but because you don't label it, you don't say I'm a congregationalist or under this or that they act as though I'm neutral. But you really can not be neutral when you're dealing with questions of the human person. When you're dealing with questions of sexuality and marriage and you know, these are things that there really is no neutral ground. But let's be honest, they've been rather successful in putting forward the lie that they are neutral on that. Yeah, that's exactly right. I mean, that's one of the I think the great the great evils of modern liberalism is this pretense of neutrality. When it's not. And then we get this, right? If you're not allowed to say a prayer before a public school session, then you're not neutral. You're explicitly anti Christian, right? Because the things that people do to replace that, they will be religious in nature. They just won't be a prayer. It'll sort of look, it looks slightly different. And yeah, I think it's one of the way the things that conservatives have really woken up about in the past in the past ten years. Is there is new neutrality? We actually need to choose fights in some of these cultural battles. We need to be on the side of good. We can't just be neutral and expect to be left alone. The fight is coming to us whether we want it to or not. And again, this is the great irony of Donald Trump. The idea that here you have a thrice married philandering New York because I know New York, real estate developer, who effectively shows the church, what courage looks like. I mean, it's an astonishing thing that he was willing to stick his neck out. And even if it had been transactional in the sense that he said, well, they elected me. I want to please the people who elected me. This is important to them. Even if it were only that, it would be spectacular. It would be that the free market in politics in action, but I think it was more than that. I think that he identified. I don't know how far back this goes with him. But that somehow he identified with people like the folks that you grew up with. Yeah, I won't try to psychoanalyze the president, but I definitely don't think it was purely transactional. There was clearly some affinity there. And I think you see that even today. Trump knows instinctively. I'm sure you talked to the president and I talked to the president. Trump knows instinctively that the people who are most courageous on behalf of his agenda and what he was trying to do in Washington are very often evangelical Christians, right? Or conservative Catholics. It really is fascinating to me that a guy who from the outside appearance was not a very religious guy. Got Christianity and its role in American politics better than anybody. Well, what I think stunned him. And I was there, there was a meeting in New York in the summer of 2016 with a lot of evangelical leaders and Trump was there. And I remember him sort of registering his astonishment at the acceptance and the love in the room for him. And if you really are a Christian, you understand what that's called. That's called grace. Yes. It's called grace. It's the antithesis of pharisee ism or legalism. We will be back to define those terms with JD Vance, don't go away. We will make the world a shine we will come to love one another this is something we all need hey folks, if you listen to this program, of course, you've heard me talk at infinitum about my pillow and my friend Mike lyndell. Well, Mike is just announced that you will receive one of his books and the book is next level insane. It is called, what are the odds from crack addict to CEO? It's his story. You will receive an absolutely free with any purchase using the promo code Eric..

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"jd vance" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:00 min | 6 months ago

"jd vance" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Folks, welcome back. I'm talking to U.S. senatorial candidate JD Vance. JD, we're talking about faith and all this stuff. And I used to work for chuck Coulson. He was one of my heroes, and then I had the privilege of getting home and working from. And he did something he started something called evangelicals and Catholics together. And he took a lot of heat from. A Catholic, and I'm an evangelical. He took a lot of heat from reformed protestants, who basically said, no, no, no, no. You can't break bread with those, you know, what? Cultists. It's a satanic cult, and the Pope is the Antichrist. And it's interesting because I think part of when we're talking about working class Americans, we're talking about people of faith who don't, they don't live in that rarefied world where they're concerned about the Westminster confession versus. You know, they just know there are godless bureaucrats who are devotedly secular, who don't understand the founders, don't understand religious liberty, sneer at religious liberty. It's now in scare quotes in The New York Times. And we all need to kind of band together for a common vision of what it is to be a freedom loving American as the founders were. They were not enforcing their faith, but they knew that without faith, you can't really have virtue and self government that somehow or these things have to work together. And they also there were of course many even though there was no federal establishment of religion. There were multiple state establishments of religion at the time of the founding generation. I think they recognized that if you ban all mention of faith from the public square, you erect a new faith in the public square. It's just secularism. It's progressivism. It's woken, whatever name you want to put on it. I think our founders were very smart actually about having a society that no, you didn't put to death for not having a particular faith, and that's a good thing. But that doesn't mean you can't talk about Jesus at a public school either. Well, and this is what's so interesting. I think that most people in America get this. Yes. But I know that the cultural elites not only don't they get it. They're horrified at the idea of it. Basically, they don't speak that language. And it's why they sneer at Walmart voters and people dealing with addictions who aren't people of color. They don't have categories for this. Yeah, that's one of the interesting things that I think ultimately brought me back to my faith. It sort of becoming a husband, a father, thinking about these big issues that I think Christianity is particularly good at dealing with. But it was also just recognizing the more time that I spent with elites, they like to think that they're all rational that they have no religion. And then the more you realize it's actually you guys have all of the things that you hate about religion, you have in your own worldview, you just have none of the moral grounding, the tradition, the rituals, and that's made you all insane..

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"jd vance" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:08 min | 6 months ago

"jd vance" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"At some point I want to turn to the issue of faith. Were you raised as a person of Christian faith? I know that you are now a person of Christian faith. Can you talk about that? Yeah, yeah, I love to. So I was raised non denominational evangelicals as my mammal once said. And eastern Kentucky even the episcopalians are snake handlers. So we were sort of charismatic Christians, loud music, speaking in tongues, the whole 9 yards. Well, that's where I am now. Okay. That's how I come out of the Eastern Orthodox tradition. So we may have kind of crossed. Stepped away. I think a lot of people I went to college, Christianity wasn't fashionable. I wasn't have anything really rooting me, my mammal had died. She was my main connection to my faith. And so for a few years, kind of went through this like rebellious, non Christian phase. And then did he kill some people? No, I did. No. You know what I mean? You kill some people. No major sins. But before you go further, so were you when you were growing up because I don't know. I mean, when you talk about working class, Appalachia. I mean, some of those people are very religious. And some people are not. They're good pagans, you know. But you're saying that you were raised in the church. That was or was a cultural issue. It was more culturally Christian. I mean, look, like mammal, we would watch Billy Graham and we would watch TV in on Sundays. We very rarely went to church. Maybe once every other month. So that was one of the issues, actually. I think, is that we were culturally Christian, ma'am, all read the Bible. She'd create every day. We talked about it a lot. But we weren't actually part of a community of believers. And I think it was one of the reasons why it was easier for me to fall away from it. See, now that's interesting. I would argue with you about that. Because I think a lot of people I know because I think they're I think, of course, there's a much truth in what you're saying. But I think I've seen both sides of it, because I think that people who read the Bible and pray, that's to be part of a communion and to understand sacraments or whatever. It's like I would be the first to say that's not an important. Of course. But a lot of people who get that sort of don't read the book. But they don't have any actual sense of what it is to live out that faith other than I do these things when I vote for Biden, right? I hang on a second. We're going to go to a break, talking to JD Vance, and I just heard he's running for the United States Senate stay tuned. He's the girls in California. But there's not a lot I can do. In case you haven't been paying attention, the Biden administration has caused a financial crisis and they have no clue how to fix it. Oil prices have skyrocketed and when oil prices go up the cost of transportation and shipping spikes, leaving the prices of goods to rise. And when we're already seeing record inflation that's the last thing we need, our economy is in trouble and you need to take steps to protect yourself. If all your money is tied up in stocks, bonds and traditional markets, you are vulnerable. Gold is one of the best ways to protect your retirement. No matter what happens, you own your gold, it is real, it is physical. It's always been valuable since the dawn of time, legacy precious metals is the company I trust for investing in gold. They can help you roll your retirement account into a gold backed IRA where you still own the physical gold. They can also ship gold and precious metals safely and securely to your house called legacy at 8 6 6 5 two 8 1903 or visit them online at legacy, p.m. investments dot com..

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"jd vance" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

07:51 min | 6 months ago

"jd vance" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Hey folks, here are my taxes show. I'm Eric. My guest is JD Vance, not any JD Vance, but the JD Vance, who tells me he's running for the Senate for the United States Senate. You're just saying that you're just saying that to have something to say, aren't you? Come on. Anybody can say, no, that's right. No, I declare July 1st of last year and we've been put together what appears to be a pretty credible campaign. I think we're going to win this thing, but it's quite a journey running for political office, especially the first time as an outsider. Okay, if you don't win, I'm moving to Norway. I'm just going to be very clear. There's so much to talk about here we've been talking about some of it. How do you get to a place in America where the cultural elites sneer at patriotism? As I was saying, I saw this for the first time myself in college. And I was kind of shocked that the cognac senti. They say that we kind of sneer at Norman Rockwell. We sneer at patriotic poems like the midnight ride of Paul Revere. They had kind of bought into the 20th century modernist and then postmodernist series of lies. And they don't really have anything to replace it with. I mean, what comes right in is cultural Marxism. Which we're dealing with right now. And it's taken these decades for it to come down. But the only good part of it for me is that it's so bad that many people are waking up. Some people are waking up to the extent that they're running for the Senate. And other people are waking up to the fact that they probably should vote for somebody who understands where the average Americans are coming from. Yeah, well, I think that nobody naturally hates their own country and hates their own family and hates their own civilization. It's an explicit propaganda effort. And this is what I always try to remind people in some ways it's stark and it's depressing, but to your point, we gotta wake up from this nightmare first before we can ever hope to address it. The left has very intentionally decided that it wants to control every institution in the country. It started with the universities. It's the media. It's some of our biggest corporations. We see this happening with social media censorship. What is that, if not left wing control of the technology companies? But if that's true, then the standard Republican fair of I'm going to go to Washington pass a couple of good laws doesn't make any sense. We actually have to try to de institutionalize the left if we want to have a civilization. And that's rather a big project. That's the problem, right? I mean, this show was ripped off of YouTube and he thinks, okay, we'll go to YouTube B, well, there is no B, there's just YouTube, and there's just that's the issue right now. So now I'm interviewing you as a senatorial candidate. So what do we do about this JD? Well, I think that we have to recognize that so many of the problems that exist in this country from the deindustrialization of places like Middletown, to Eric metaxas being censored off YouTube, they are not the consequence of any economic law of nature. They are the consequence of our decisions. We let this happen. It was not written into some divine code that the universities had to become left wing. The left wing tried to take over the universities, and then they created public policy privileges for themselves that entrench them in their position. So you just have to go through each one of these things. I'm not saying it's easy. It takes a lot of willpower and a lot of courage. But look, just take this censorship issue. We have going back to even before the U.S. Constitution and English common law, we have a solution for monopolists controlling what people do on their platforms based on their political viewpoints. It's called common carrier regulations. You could not a hundred years ago in this country say Eric metaxas, you can't come on my railroad because you're conservative. Or because you're a white man or whatever, whatever identifier they're going to use. You should not be able to do that if you're a monopolist, whether it's Google or YouTube or anything else. And we have to remember this is not just the political. This is not just censoring people like you who have ideas that are interesting for the political politics and the culture. This is active propaganda. I'd encourage your listeners. I encourage you to pick up your phone and Google can men become pregnant. And the very first men become pregnant. And this is the party of science, of course, the controls Google, the first result that you will get is yes. Men can become pregnant. In fact, it happens more often than you think. This is an explicit effort to to effectively create propaganda across every layer of our society. We have to actually do something about it. The good news is we can. If a man becomes pregnant, let me just say that his wife should marry him right. Do the right thing. Marry the poor guy for crying out loud. Don't just leave him hanging out there. This is so crazy. Can roosters lay eggs? Who's to say in these topsy turvy times? When we're dealing with this kind of stuff, I mean, look, this gets to why we are where we are, right? Most of us who identify as conservatives realize with the advent of Trump that many in the Republican Party were genuinely cowardly when it came to some of these hot button issues. In other words, they would fall behind like, wow, I'm a free market guy. If you're a free market guy, you still have to understand that there are things called monopolies and that these harm people and you have to have a little bit of guts to do something about it. But no one did. I mean, there's just no question that a lot of the people that I would think of as having some courage, even they did almost nothing about it. Well, this is one of the things that was, I think, very, very good. The long-term benefits of the Trump era. And to be clear, I was not even a Trump guy, even though most of my family was. I was not a Trump guy back in 2015. And people would say, well, you know, what changed? Why weren't a Trump guy in 2015? Why are you from guy now? I think he revealed this fact about American life. That so many Republicans were not willing to fight on cultural issues, right? Sure, we'll defend lower taxes and will defend lower regulations and obviously economic policies important. But when our own voters are being de platformed or fired from their jobs, oh, no, no, no, no. We can't do anything about that. Trump revealed that corruption in a way that I think again, it will outlast his first term if he runs again at wild last the second term, it is permanently changed the party for the better. That is a fact. I mean, it's an extraordinary thing because nobody could see it coming. I mean, it's the sort of thing that until Trump, you just sort of assumed that George W would be about the best you could do. You know, that he would claim to be an evangelical Christian and to be pro life and on and on and on. Do almost nothing about it, effectively, when you look back, play patty cake with the devil, play patty cake with the communist Chinese, say that that's about opening up the markets to the Chinese. In other words, the left and the right had different reasons for doing how can we say poorest things and and continuing to keep power basically. That's right, attempted to put Harriet Myers on the Supreme Court over Sam Alito. I remember that. You know what? I can't believe you think about where we would be right now because the lido is either the first or the second best this side of clarence Thomas on the Supreme Court, think about where we would be right now with Harriet Myers was on the court instead of Sam modo. Thank God for religious conservatives, that was the first time I left by the way. I was, I believe I was in the Marine Corps when he tried to point Harriet Myers and religious conservatives for the first time I'd ever seen them stand up and say, no. We're not having it. We made you president. This is not happening and think God they did. It is an amazing moment. I mean, I remember it pretty well, but I guess.

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"jd vance" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:46 min | 6 months ago

"jd vance" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

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"jd vance" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:57 min | 6 months ago

"jd vance" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"It's because your story, which you did not plot or invent is an amazing story. So for my audience, which would you would you tell my audience, the guts of that story? Yeah, so I guess the summary is, I was raised by my grandparents, and they were working class people, my grandfather worked at a steel mill. And if you back up a little bit, my grandparents grew up in southeast you can talk to a cool country. So the deep poverty you think John F. Kennedy is showing up on the cabins of people who are extremely poor back in the 1960s. That's where they came from. And they moved to southwestern Ohio in the 1950s because that was sort of land of opportunity. And the story of my family sort of mirrors the story of the town that I grew up in, which is relative prosperity in the 50s and 60s and then something sort of started to decline. My mom got into drugs, was not able to take care of me for a long time in my childhood, which is why my grandparents figures so prominently in my life and we were hillbillies. We were hillbilly migrants to southwestern Ohio and my grandmother loved to cuss. She had a lot of guns, and she also had a lot of love and a lot of discipline. And those things were, I think, very important for me being able to live a good life. And so the story is sort of on the one hand, I went on to the Marine Corps. I went to Ohio State. I went to Yale law school. I sort of found myself in a rarefied world that nobody in my family had ever dreamed of. But then on the other hand, it's like, well, what happened to the town that I grew up in? And why is it that places like Middletown were places of opportunity in the 50s? And then by the time that I was a kid in the 1990s, it was like everybody was just saying, get out of this town. And I kind of always resented that. I did get out of the town. I didn't end up going to school somewhere else, but I hated that I was told that I had to do that. And while the book is in a political book, it sort of starts to think hard about, what did we do to these small towns? What do we do to the families that lived in them? What happened to the people who were sort of left behind by globalization? I think that's probably why the book did pretty well is because it came out in 2016 and there was this guy running against globalization by the name of Donald Trump. Well, it's interesting because just a little while ago, people weren't thinking in these terms. This is what I find. So interesting about the advent of Trump is that suddenly his appearance on the scene forced people to think differently, and there was kind of, I don't know what you call it a threshing, a dividing, something happened where people began to see things along those kinds of lines. And obviously he did in this generation what Reagan did a few decades ago, suddenly the rust belt, you know, the Reagan Democrats. They suddenly appeared. And those are the people now, I guess Trump was saying that these are the forgotten man. But they've always been there. Basically, just that we only periodically visit them in their problem. Yeah, that's right. That's exactly right. I mean, I remember living with my mammal. That's what I called my grandmother on McKinley street in Middletown Ohio. And I remember how cutely aware she was not an educated woman she didn't even graduate from high school, but she was just like very aware of the fact that things weren't going well. So a lot of the houses in the neighborhood were being moved on a section 8, which means sort of welfare recipients moving in. You know, she sort of saw this connection between, okay, well, this family used to be relatively intact. But then the dad lost his job at the steel mill because the steel in the little 10,000 people now only employs 2000 people. So then the parents start fighting a lot. Well then all of a sudden the data isn't around anymore. And this weird connection between what was going on in the town at large was affecting families like mine. And I think that's kind of sad, right? I mean, these places are very patriotic people live there on my block in McKinley street. Two kids graduated from the Middletown high school class of 2003, me and this kid named Nicholas, both of us enlisted in the Marine Corps that year. That was in the middle, the Iraq War started in April, we graduated in June of O three. So sort of salt of the earth people who built the country, but at the same time, I think the country is sort of left behind in a certain way. And then importantly, it's a question just an economic thing. It's not just that these factory jobs disappeared. It's that the people who are leaving the country started to almost dislike people like mine. That is the point. Yeah. And that is that that's the horror, because as you're talking, you say, patriotic patriotic. And I'm thinking, I was raised in a working class, patriotic home where nobody had gone to college. And it was only when I went to Yale undergraduate. I discovered that there's this class of cultural elites who sneer at patriotism and at the people who are patriotic. And it was a revelation to me. And it must have been the more a revelation.

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"jd vance" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:47 min | 6 months ago

"jd vance" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"We have I think an exciting guest. His name is JD Vance, and he's sitting right here. JD, welcome. Thanks for having me. I never thought to ask you this. I didn't plan to ask you this, but my first question is, what is JD stand for? I could have looked it up, but I'd rather ask you, not Jack Daniels, James David. James David. The joke, because it was Jack Jack Daniels, but just James David. When did you, well, I want to introduce you semi properly. You're known mostly for having written what has nothing less than a spectacular book a memoir called hillbilly elegy, which was then turned into a movie. Yeah. So not many young people write books about their lives. And certainly not many young people have books that they've written about their lives turned into movies on Netflix. So it's kind of an interesting thing that your life is really public. Nonetheless, I'm sure tons of people in my audience aren't familiar with it. So there's a reason it was a bestseller. And it's not just because you're a good writer. It's because your story, which you did not plot or invent is an amazing story. So for my audience, which would you would you tell my audience, the guts of that story? Yeah, so I guess the summary is, I was raised by my grandparents, and they were working class people, my grandfather worked at a steel mill. And if you back up a little bit, my grandparents grew up in southeast you can talk to a cool country. So the deep poverty you think John F. Kennedy is showing up on the cabins of people who are extremely poor back in the 1960s. That's where they came from. And they moved to southwestern Ohio in the 1950s because that was sort of land of opportunity. And the story of my family sort of mirrors the story of the town that I grew up in, which is relative prosperity in the 50s and 60s and then something sort of started to decline. My mom got into drugs, was not able to take care of me for a long time in my childhood, which is why my grandparents figures so prominently in my life and we were hillbillies. We were hillbilly migrants to southwestern Ohio and my grandmother loved to cuss. She had a lot of guns, and she also had a lot of love and a lot of discipline. And those things were, I think, very important for me being able to live a good life. And so the story is sort of on the one hand, I went on to the Marine Corps. I went to Ohio State. I went to Yale law school. I sort of found myself in a rarefied world that nobody in my family had ever dreamed of. But then on the other hand, it's like, well, what happened to the town that I grew up in? And why is it that places like Middletown were places of opportunity in the 50s? And then by the time that I was a kid in the 1990s, it was like everybody was just saying, get out of this

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"jd vance" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:34 min | 6 months ago

"jd vance" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

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"jd vance" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

06:00 min | 11 months ago

"jd vance" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Jd events dot com talk about the vaccine mandates and how people should respond to them. Look what i've called for is basically mass non-compliance because i think if people ignore the order it's impossible to enforce the bite administration can't come after hundreds of thousands of american small and medium-sized businesses. What they can just come after you hundred and so i. I don't even think their constitutional but it's long past time that people start to actually push back in their own individual way. I also want to announce that jd vance has been endorsed by josh. holly That came out this morning. Senator holly has endorsed jd. Vance which is which is terrific. So just talk more generally Jd that if you become senator what what should the federal government be doing here. What should a republican party. That is emboldened due to actually protect their voters against these vaccine. Mandates i think that we have to make us corporations. You'll economic pain if they're going to do it because a big part of the vaccine mandates federal government. It is the big multinational corporations. I think you can even make a good argument at the actions of the big corporations. In olden the biden administration to require these vaccine mandate so. I think we really have to be punitive towards the private corporations or at least the pretend. Private corporations that are basically taking away people's rights the medical autonomy and That's one of the things we have to do. For our voters get a whole host of issues. And what i love about holly's time in the senate is that these shows that you don't always have to as a republican in the need a big business in fact if you always do that you may very often. They can harder middle-class republicans conservatives in american live a good life and that really is the challenges that we are seeing inflation. Go up wages stagnating and i agree senator. Holly has really kind of change the entire way that we do that. We communicate with a lot of these ideas. Can you talk about jd q. Talk j. d. About how major companies actually benefit from this vaccine mandate about how these massive corporations they. They were worried that there might have been another labor pool being created through competition. Which is something you and i appreciate and want to see more of but when you mandate something from the federal government. It's actually a bailout set. These massive corporations they no longer actually have to compete to keep their own labor. Yeah that's exactly right. It gives workers less power. They give out the if you are unvaccinated and you wanna switch jobs from one place to another these vaccine mandates effectively. Make it impossible. What does that do that. Empowers corporations to be able to control their own. Workers control the labor market even more than they already do. And what. I find interesting about the political tactics. The modern list is. They're all about rewarding their friends and punishing their enemies. I think this certainly with the inflation and spending conversation. You're right installation. Mering american workers right now especially those who lived on a fixed income but one of the things they're also doing on the left is with with this tax bill. They're not just cutting taxes on some people in raising taxes on other people they're gonna cut taxes on their friends and raise taxes on normal middle class conservative americans. Because that's what they do. And i worry that the republican party establishment folks austin get caught in this loop of well. What tax cuts not tax increases. Ladies and gentlemen. The democrats are playing totally different game. The one thing we could do response is say well if you want tax increases. Why don't we tax the ford foundation. Why don't we tax the harvard university endowment. If they're going to play the game rewarding their friends and punish enemies. We should return like firing times. I totally agree with that. Some republicans though. Jd still are living in the nineteen eighties where both sides are just gonna kind of harmonize with one another and they might disagree on tax policy but move on. Are you saying that we now have to enter this new chapter of how we do politics in our country where we have to be committed to winning its doctrine of trying to quite honestly save the country and we have to now entertain other means if necessary is that. Is that what you're saying. And can you build out kind of the philosophical basis for that. Yeah that's that's exactly what i'm saying. The basis for this is is pretty simple. Which is that. The democrats have merged public and private power. Republicans are terrified and using any power but democrats are using the private sector and in the public sector. There's just give you one example. I talked to a guy recently in the state of ohio medical doctors successful well-to-do guy was worried about losing his job because he's speaking up at his hospital about gender reassignment therapies for modal therapies clinical castration and even surgeries for children. Republicans have choices. Here we can ignore this and allow a pretend private company the force radical tinder ideology hundred kids and experiment on the process where we can actually use the power given by our constitutional public to the people to push back against this man. I think the answer for what we should do is obvious if we wanna live in a society where children are experimental on and so the question really is. Are we going to have a republican party. That is willing to actually be able to push back against this. Kind of bipartisan corporate oligarchy. And one of the great examples of it. And i don't know you. You could help me unpack the stadium..

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