35 Burst results for "Jim Crow"

J. D. Vance: Tim Ryan Is Not Who He Says He Is

The Dan Bongino Show

01:38 min | 3 weeks ago

J. D. Vance: Tim Ryan Is Not Who He Says He Is

"This guy is not a moderate This is all an act It's the Truman show man You know everybody's pretending this is real It's fake The guy is not a moderate He is a died in the wool liberal who was just saying what residents of Ohio he thinks they want to hear in order to graduate up to the Senate It's the craziest thing Dan having seen it now for a year and a half I mean look he says he supports Ohio energy Yet he voted to ban gas powered cars supported a ban on fracking He says that he supports our police officers He called them the new Jim Crow and wants to end the cash bail every single policy He says he supports middle class tax cuts yet he voted a 113 times That's not exaggeration for nearly $7 trillion of tax increases The guy is just not who he says he is He has never been this moderate He's always been a far less Democrat But the media has given him a free pass It's one of the reasons why your show and others and people going to JD Vance dot com to support us So we can get the message out via advertising It's so important because we've had to correct the record that the media and the Ryan campaign have tried to present on this guy And look it's just crazy I mean we discovered a couple of days ago Dan Not only is he voted for Amnesty and not only is he voted against the border wall funding he's voted to allow taxpayers or to force taxpayers to fund gender reassignment surgeries for illegal aliens So not only will he not close the border of his own country he'll pay for gender reassignment for illegal aliens in our country like what is going on It's just so crazy and it's not the record of a moderate

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We're Being Lied to by Legacy Media, Pollsters

The Dan Bongino Show

01:15 min | Last month

We're Being Lied to by Legacy Media, Pollsters

"Because we were being lied to you right now We're being lied to you by the legacy media by pollsters We're being lied to And all you have to do is look at the recent headlines or even just listen to that clip from Joe Biden You know he's nervous You know they're nervous They see what's coming You get axios in The Associated Press with headlines saying that slavery is on the ballot And if you actually read the article to see what's in it what they're talking about what they're talking about is these 5 states who are going to be voting on whether prisoners should have to be doing labor or not But you know what they want to do They're trying to invoke fear in America and as they always do they try to say oh Republicans are racist Never mind you they won't tell you that Republicans actually have a record number of minority candidates running for Congress They're not going to tell you that Just like we saw in the 2016 primary where you had an incredibly diverse primary field Oh but Republicans are racist That's what they want You know or when Joe Biden called George's election law Jim Crow tooth or two That was a lie And ironically Georgia's first day of early voting actually set new records They saw more than 131,000 ballots cast an all time record double the number for the first midterm voting day in 2018 So really suppressed there aren't they Just incredibly suppressed in Georgia

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Protester Attacks Herschel Walker With Racial Slur

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:27 min | Last month

Protester Attacks Herschel Walker With Racial Slur

"Even in the state of Georgia, where Herschel Walker has come under attack yesterday, one of the most heinous things I have ever heard where a far leftist protester interrupted a Herschel Walker event and used the N word called him a house inward. This is how the left treats people, understand this, I believe that the most racist people in America are not the white supremacist. It's the Democrat party. The party of the KKK. When you go back in history, you don't see the Democrats having this moment where they stand up and they confess their sinful racist ways, and they repent of it. They've never repented of it. Because the Democrats, they want the black vote. They want the power. It's always been like that. Going back to the civil rights movement, it was the Democrats, the Democrat party that stood in the way of eradicating Jim Crow laws. It was the Democrat party that stood in the way of the Civil Rights Act. It's been the Democrat party all along, as a matter of fact, when you look at the reason why Planned Parenthood was created, it was created for horrific for horrifying racist plans. To eradicate black babies.

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Leo Terrell: The FBI, DOJ Were Weaponized Against a Pro-Life Activist

The Dan Bongino Show

01:46 min | 2 months ago

Leo Terrell: The FBI, DOJ Were Weaponized Against a Pro-Life Activist

"Because you know what you're talking about and you've seen both sides of the political island invaluable skill You're also a lawyer I opened up today's show discussing the FBI and the weaponization of the FBI Now you're literally a civil rights attorney It's not figurative This has to bother you I mean the whole idea of civil rights And I'm not necessarily comparing the two because one was far more severe but the targeting of Americans based on superficial characteristics race or religion The internment of the Japanese Jim Crow slavery there's a history in this country that you know that I know that is a history we should talk about But the weaponization of law enforcement to attack those people for the superficial characteristics results right now in people's disgust Thankfully so But it's kind of strange Again that's severe But on a lesser level now the targeting of people for their political beliefs Leo perception is turning into reality here as the indicators start to pile up based on the targeting of that pro life activist by the FBI this weekend That this is a real thing political targeting We can't have a constitutional republic if it's allowed to continue You are absolutely right This is to fear I mean you expect the law to be our last key cornerstone of impartiality Let's be very clear The FBI the Department of Justice has been weaponized Everyone in the world knows what they did to that pro life activist A case that was easily dismissed They are cine a signal to people who disagree with the democratic platform that we're going to go after you and they're trying to deter people like you me the average citizen who has a different opinion Dan from the far left and they're using the FBI and the FBI is a Willy participant That's scary

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Larry Elder and Sebastian Discusses the Rare Footage in 'Uncle Tom 2'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:00 min | 2 months ago

Larry Elder and Sebastian Discusses the Rare Footage in 'Uncle Tom 2'

"Really kind of punched me in the gut with this movie is just the first four minutes just the footage that your guys found black families in the 30 40s and 50s, just the opulence, the prosperity, the elegance, the self confidence oozing out of two dimensional pictures and black and white, home movies, and look, I'm a white dude who's an immigrant to America. I was pissed of what's happened to that community in America. How did you guys just find that footage? Well, it was the director, Justin Malone, who's just an brilliant director. And our composer's name is Damon Chris well. He scored both movies. And again, it gave you kind of the atmosphere of the whole thing. But you're quite right. Even after black's emerged from slavery, when we were talking about lynchings and KKK and Jim Crow, black people still kept moving forward. Why? Strong nuclear intact family. It was rare for a black kid to be born into a world without his father married to the mother. A strong belief in patriotism, believe it or not, you read the speeches by people like Frederick Douglas Booker T. Washington, the riddled with praise for American values. Judeo Christian values and a belief in entrepreneurship. And Uncle Tom two talks about what's happened. How did the righteous civil rights movement get hijacked by these leftists, Democrats, socialists, collectivists, and marxists who want to dethrone God, marks, of course, was an atheist and on the website a Black Lives Matter. We talk a lot about Black Lives Matter and Uncle Tom too. They attack the nuclear family and Karl Marx hated capitalism, let alone entrepreneurship, so the very things that made black people and able to endure in the face of horrific obstacles. God, family, American values, and entrepreneurship are all under attack right now by people like Barack Obama who said America has racism in its DNA.

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Ken Burns Compares Republicans to Hitler, the Holocaust

Mark Levin

01:02 min | 2 months ago

Ken Burns Compares Republicans to Hitler, the Holocaust

"And so he's looking at what these Republican governors are doing and he compares it to Hitler The Germans Jim Crow What happened to the Jews Cut 9 go When it was critical for us to relieve the suffering of refugees coming from the Holocaust we did not do enough And it's on the administration at the time It's on the various executive departments It's on the Congress that had passed pernicious immigration laws in the 20 and it's on the people of the United States who had inherited the kind of toxic anti semitism anti immigrant sentiment the depression was happening There's racism in the country Hitler had admired the way we had taken care of our indigenous populations They studied our Jim Crow laws The German study our Jim Crow laws to fashion anti discrimination laws against the Jews

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Larry Elder Joins Trish to Discuss Racial Inequality

The Trish Regan Show

01:52 min | 2 months ago

Larry Elder Joins Trish to Discuss Racial Inequality

"Larry, good to have you here. Chris say hello to the black face of white supremacy. As I was called by the LA time when I ran for governor by a columnist who the bank email was initials are Erica D Smith, oops. Yeah. Look, I know that what you're doing comes from a very good place. And I know that in part just because I know you, but also you've really over the years, pointed out the policy flaws that I think have left so many black Americans disenfranchised. This new movie, and by the way, I say this is actually a sequel to the uncle the original Uncle Tom that you wrote. But this is the second one. And you get into some of these things. People ought to know, there was a lot of success was there not within the African American community long before the war on poverty in the 1960s in my estimation really destroyed so much of it. Absolutely. And by the way, it's a collaborative effort. Both these films, the director is Justin Malone. He's absolutely brilliant. It was scored by an amazing composer, a named Damon Chris well and co written by the star chattel Jackson, a guy named rival writer Ansel and myself. So it's a collaborative effort. But you're absolutely right about the success of black America. The first one talks about post slavery. When you're talking about an environment with the Klan, lynchings, Jim Crow, still black people kept moving forward. Why? Basically four reasons. Reliance on family. Even during slavery, a black child was more likely to be born under a roof as biological mother and biological father than today. Reliance on American values. You look at speeches by people like Frederick Douglass and they're replete with references to patriotism and to American values, even though obviously America was not living up to those values when it came to black Americans.

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Uncle Tom II Takes Black History to New Level

The Officer Tatum Show

01:05 min | 3 months ago

Uncle Tom II Takes Black History to New Level

"I'm in both documentaries, Uncle Tom Wong Uncle Tom two. I thought Uncle Tom Wong was a phenomenal movie. I didn't think that it could get any better. However, Uncle Tom two I've seen most of it, it is one of the most incredible documentaries that I have ever seen in my life and I do not think that anybody anywhere will ever find this much material this much evidence and be able to present it in a succinct way in a movie. Can you talk to my audience about Uncle Tom two and your thoughts? Absolutely. Like you, I did not think that we could outdo Uncle Tom one because I thought that was a phenomenal movie. I know it sounds self to self serving. I was exactly producer. But this is even better. This is godfather two to godfather William. It took it to another level. The first one, as you know, talks about the post slavery struggle that black Americans thought against horrific racism, Jim Crow, KKK, yet black kept moving forward. Why reliance on family, reliance on God, patriotism and a belief in entrepreneurship.

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Caller: I Don't Think Dems Are Capable of Pulling Back

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

00:48 sec | 3 months ago

Caller: I Don't Think Dems Are Capable of Pulling Back

"John, you talked to a few minutes ago about the Dems possibly pulling back. You know, you got to remember, this is the same party that in 1861 didn't pull back. And they plunged the country into four years of living hail. And it's the same party that gave us Jim Crow for a hundred plus years. And frankly, I don't think they want to our capable of pulling back. And they'll do everything in their power to try to make it look like conservative Christian Americans are causing the problem when in fact it's them. It's concerning. And I tell you, I would be terrified if I didn't have faith in God because he knows what's going on and it's all headed in his direction and my place is in him, but times it's a challenging times, but it is exciting times we live in.

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Mark Davis: The Left Likes to Marginalize Human Life

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:22 min | 4 months ago

Mark Davis: The Left Likes to Marginalize Human Life

"Mark Davis made a great comparison this morning in Dallas. He said, the left likes to marginalize human life when it comes to the abortion debate, just like they did, just like Democrats did and, well, everybody did with slavery, but mostly Democrats. I mean, it has a lot of history points out, Jim Crow, slavery, the Democrat party construct. Republican president freed the slaves. But America dehumanized slaves. They were less than human. That's what they do with abortion. These babies are less than human. They don't really have the full rights of the baby's mother. And I, you know, I'm really surprised by this. I didn't realize that this was even going to be a close call in Kansas. It's been called a shocker, and here's the tough part about it. When you are sort of pitting political fortune against the preservation of human life, against the saving the rescuing of thousands, if not millions of unborn babies.

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Larry Elder Talks About the 'Uncle Tom' Documentaries

The Officer Tatum Show

02:19 min | 4 months ago

Larry Elder Talks About the 'Uncle Tom' Documentaries

"Uncle Tom is all about the struggle of black conservatives throughout America from the time of slavery until right now that people like look at T Washington have always believed in hard work, accountability and becoming excellent. And his argument was that even in the face of racism, if you learn a skill, a job, a trade, as well as or better than somebody else, you will be rewarded because people want the best. They want cheap. They want good quality. They want things that work. When I was a kid, I used to spend summers, my moms ranch. And my mom, mom, farm, rather. My mom told me there was a black man who couldn't read or write, who was the best chimney maker in the south. And the way of determining a good chimney maker is somebody that does not order too many bricks because if you order too many, the guy that's ordering them has to pay for them and to make sure that Jimmy does not smoke. It's not leak. And she said he was always employed by all these white people that wouldn't invite him in for tea, but they'd invite him to their chimney because he was the best. And so there have been many examples of that. We explore that in Uncle Tom one about people that worked hard to learn the skills and learn trade even in the face of tremendous racism and Jim Crow still managed to succeed and to overcome. And then we talk about how this attitude has now been changed by these people like Jesse Jackson and Al sharpton and Patrice colors, the cofounder of Black Lives Matter, essentially telling black people that you're victims. Always victims. Eternal victims, if victims of systemic racism, enduring racism, foundational racism, to the point where it's changed the attitude of a lot of black people and the worst work ethic of a lot of black people and more importantly the family structure. With the welfare state, as I said, a million times, we've encouraged women to marry the government and we've encouraged men to abandon their financial and more responsibility. And now we have not a scandal, but a scandal and a crisis, Brandon, 85% of black 8th graders are neither mass nor reading proficient. 85%, that means 85% of black 8th graders are functionally illiterate. And the NAACP just had their annual convention and what are they talking about? Reproductive rights, voting rights, student debt, and police brutality. That's their agenda. And so if long as our so called black leaders are focusing on the wrong thing, the solution will forever be elusive.

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What Is a Blessing, and What Is a Curse?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

04:47 min | 4 months ago

What Is a Blessing, and What Is a Curse?

"It's hard to even imagine anybody saying it, and it's hard to imagine anybody who heard it, not thinking the person was out of his mind. They're so little perspective on what is a blessing and what has a curse, it is part of the sick world of the left. They don't know what is a blessing and they don't know what has a curse. They don't know that America has been largely a blessing certainly in the recent past in the last half century. It has been a blessing, not a blessing for blacks when they were slaves or under Jim Crow, not a blessing for a Native Americans. I fully acknowledge that. But since those things were universal, wars of people coming into new places by against people already living there, and since it is since slavery was universal, the issue in judging America is not to compare it to everybody else who did the exact same thing is to compare it to everybody else when we did something very different. Make the freest country in the history of the human race. Yeah, that's it. That's a very big deal. And that was done here. When you don't know what is a blessing, including fossil fuel, including freedom, your there's something wrong with you, something profoundly wrong. So some reflections on the comfort in which I am sitting in a rather warm place. Florida. In July, California globe has a very scary article. A teacher attended the national education association convention last week. Brenda lebs and I would like to have her on the show. Because the number of teachers, she's a California teacher, former school board member, who writes Brenda for kids, the number four. This originally appeared in the daily signal. I'm going to look that up, Brenda for kids. Yes. Well, amazing stuff here. Listen to this. As a teacher, I attended the national education association convention last week, and my worst fears were confirmed. Public schools are no longer a safe place for families who hold traditional values or for families who believe gender as in male female binary is biologically determined. Do you know that 5 years ago certainly ten years ago, that sentence would have been incomprehensible? To Americans, public schools are no longer a safe place for families who believe in the male female binary. It wouldn't even know what binary is about, and they would say, wait a minute. Public schools are not safe for families that believe that the human race is divided between male and female. You got to be kidding. It was also evident that the teachers union is lobbying arm of the Democratic Party. The NEA seems to think there are many gender options, and that's why teachers and students must always address themselves with their preferred pronouns. It thinks this pronoun practices essential and will create a more inclusive society. So I have to ask you once again. This comes up almost daily. If you have a child or grandchild in a public school, and they go the preferred pronoun way, teaching your 5 year old, that whether you're a he or a she is just a preference, there's nothing objectively true or accurate about it. Why would you keep your child in such a school? And the only answer is it's convenient. And I don't put that down. I mean, deeply convenient because it's very good chance both parents work. So you might think, how can I homeschool? However, if your child turns out to be an idiot, to be morally and personally confused and profoundly depressed because life is chaotic, then you will say, I should have done something.

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

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:49 min | 4 months 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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Why Aren't More Black People Owning Guns?

The Officer Tatum Show

01:36 min | 5 months ago

Why Aren't More Black People Owning Guns?

"I want to talk more about the restrictions of black people in this country to own guns. And that's why I don't understand why today, more black people don't have guns. You know, it's funny. Everybody goes back to slavery and Jim Crow and all this other stuff to talk about the plight of the black man, but they don't never speak about the fact that black people couldn't own guns for a very long time in this country. And now that we have an opportunity why in the world are we trying to help pass legislation to prevent us from having guns again? Do we not get the point? We can go all the way back in the south from 1640, I'm looking at this document right here. 1640 you go through places like Florida, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, Georgia, all head laws, prohibiting black slaves from on the guns, obviously, and then they also prohibited free black men for only guns as well. If you keep going throughout history, you make your way through the late 1800s, you make your way past the Civil War. And they still had race based gun restrictions. In 1866, which is after the Civil War was ended, a slavery was abolished in 1865 and then an 1866 Alabama had what they called a black code of Alabama. And January 1866 prohibited blacks to own or carry firearms or other deadly weapons and prohibited any person to sell give or land firearms or ammunition of any description whatsoever to any black person.

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The Cycle of Neoliberalism: Tolerate, Accept, Celebrate, Participate

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:46 min | 6 months ago

The Cycle of Neoliberalism: Tolerate, Accept, Celebrate, Participate

"Because this is the cycle of neoliberalism and this is why people are waking up is first it was you have to tolerate it, which was the tolerance campaign, and then you must accept it, and then celebrate it, and then the final is participate. Participate. Thank you. And so what phase are we in right now? We're in celebrate participate. Would you say kind of the bridge between the two, right? Yeah. Because it was almost like if you don't, you have to tolerate and I think a lot of people would be like, okay, fine, I'll tolerate it. Like, okay, sure. And then it was like, no, no, no, now you must accept it. If you disagree with it, you're a bad person. And then if you're not in a gay pride parade, you're a bad person. And now if you're not putting puberty blockers in school, you're a bad person. And it seems as if that's a pattern that manifests itself in almost every single major issue that the media first pushes and then gets kind of pushed on us. It's true and the other part of the story that keep in mind is that we talk about the victim narrative. It's actually very important. To keep that in mind because the other thing for the left is that they're advocating for things, they're pushing for certain victories. But they can never achieve the victory. It's very important for them that it can never be seen that they've actually been successful. Struggle must continue forever. Struggle continues, which is why we're told now we had a we elected a black man president twice. And now if you listen to the left, this country is more racist than it's ever been. So we actually, that's not a sign of any progress whatsoever. So they're always saying, well, let's do this thing and then it'll be, we'll celebrate it. It's a sign of progress. We have a black female Supreme Court Justice. Then the very next day they're saying, oh, it's Jim Crow all over again. Well, then why am I even listening to you? According to you, no matter what I do, we're going to be racist and living in the medieval times, no matter what. So what's the point of even trying?

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Delano Squires on the One Thing Democrats Hold Over Black Communities

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:58 min | 6 months ago

Delano Squires on the One Thing Democrats Hold Over Black Communities

"How do we get around this issue of 90 plus percent of the black community votes Democrat? An issue like an abortion which should be a very personal choice, a choice about your values your ethics is suddenly radicalized in one direction racialized by a party. And then when you look at the actual facts, take the politics out of it, you look at the fact that 40% of all abortions are black babies. Correct. Despite the fact that the black population is only 12% of the nation and you've got hang on, there's a factor of four more black abortions. I don't want to be monolithic, but doesn't the black community ever get pissed and say, that's just wrong. Yeah, I mean, it's complex. So there are black voters, many of whom are socially conservative who are personally and I'm sure you heard this term personally pro life, right? But politically pro choice. Right. That's the classic politicians get out. Correct, right? And you saw this actually when during the 2020 campaign where particularly older black church going women were seen to be the demographic group that was going to help at that time, candidate Joe Biden in South Carolina, for instance, in that primary. And there are a lot of women, particularly in that category. It is a paradox because these are people again who, if you ask them whether they think a man can become a woman, they probably say no. If you ask them whether they think abortion should be legal up until 9 months, they'd probably say no. But they vote for Democrats anyway. And I think a big part of it is because the one thing that Democrats hold, in my opinion, over the black community is the issue of race and racism. So what they do is they say, well, if you don't vote for us, you're going to get the Republicans and they're going to take you back to Jim Crow two.

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Stacey Abrams: Georgia Is 'Worst State in the Country to Live'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:50 sec | 6 months ago

Stacey Abrams: Georgia Is 'Worst State in the Country to Live'

"This is what she's screaming. Cut 12. Here's what she's saying instead. Because I know that we have to have a conversation about who we are in this state. And what we want for each other in front of each other. We're hearing about being the best state in the country to do business and we are poor state in the country to live. Wow. That is, that is stunning. Was it a joke Biden who called the Georgia election integrity law? Jim Crow two. Where's the apology grandpa? Hey, Stacey Abrams, you're going to apologize? For all your predictions about what was going to happen in the state of Georgia, once the election integrity bill was signed into law,

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Charlie Explains Gov. Ron DeSantis' Parental Rights Bill in Florida

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:06 min | 7 months ago

Charlie Explains Gov. Ron DeSantis' Parental Rights Bill in Florida

"Wonderful Ron DeSantis. I mean, how great is Ron DeSantis, by the way? Isn't he amazing? He's just incredible. He passes like the most boring Bill ever, like super boring. Like you ask 99% of people in Fresno, they'd be like, why is this even controversial? Like, get away from me. Like, of course, obviously. Which is super simple, right? Like 5 seconds, 7 year olds should not be taught about transgenderism or sexual matters. Okay, that's it. Should not be taught about gender. You could read the bill yourself at 7 pages, and then the other part is that if health treatment is given to kids, parents have to be notified, okay? That's it. And so it was called the parental rights and education bill. And so this passes and Disney acted acted as if that somehow this was like a Jim Crow two against trans people or whatever. And they start running these advertisements, like this is a war on trans people. Excuse me, how is not teaching 5 year olds about these very and albeit confusing and highly politicized radical matters, an attack on trans people. And then what was amazing is you saw so many teachers come out and be like, I will not know how to teach my kindergartners anymore about math. That tells me a lot about what you were actually doing in math class. If you're not allowed to talk about anyway, I don't even want to talk about it in public. It's really disgusting, honestly. That's what we used to have words for people like this and that you could fill them in. It's not right. And so, but then most Americans look at this and you feel as if you feel like you're losing your mind at times and you watch the news. It's okay, it's actually part of the design. They want you to feel that way. You're like, wait a second. There's nothing controversial about this. Like 5, 6 and 7 year olds deserve to be protected in their innocent state. I'm not going to apologize for that, then Disney does this whole thing where they're like threatening against the governor of governor Florida. And honestly, Ron DeSantis responded correctly. He told me to cut it out. They didn't. He told him to cut it out again. He didn't. And so he treated Disney like a child because Disney doesn't care about children anymore. He said, okay, what do you do when a child misbehaves after the first couple of times? You punish him put in time out. And he said, okay, Disney, you're losing your $200 million a year tax bonus from the special carve out from the people of Florida like, okay, you're now going to go after the children of Florida and act as if we're the enemies.

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"jim crow" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:57 min | 10 months ago

"jim crow" Discussed on KOMO

"To the polls for the nation's first primary Get out and vote The seats new and strict election law is being put to the test What was the first thing that crossed your mind when you learned of the new election laws in the state of Texas Jim Crow two 74 year old Pam gaskin has been voting by mail for nearly a decade She says it has never been this hard to cast her ballot Have you ever experienced anything like this before No no You don't know which way to turn Pam and her husband Michael who suffers from Parkinson's disease were denied ballots twice And they are among thousands of voters who have had mail in ballot applications rejected in Texas One reason for the first time voters are required to submit their social security number or driver's license number and it has to be the same form of ID they use when they first register to vote for Pam That was 46 years ago I'm 74 years old I certainly didn't remember what I put on my application It took three forms 28 days several calls and some guessing before her mail in ballot was accepted These laws were meant to stop certain classes and categories of people from voting Across the country 19 states have passed laws that make it tougher for people to vote Civil rights organizations are sounding the alarm So we've seen really extraordinary results coming from the power of the black community in Texas And unfortunately it is exactly because of that power that we've seen state officials react by trying to make voting more difficult for that community Republicans in Texas insist the new law protects the integrity of elections Some voters support the changes In your opinion these new changes you see them as helping protect elections Yes I do I.

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"jim crow" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:30 min | 11 months ago

"jim crow" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"To another man, and I will be faithful to him for life. I think what she means by giving is this was not entirely kind of a chosen love marriage. It was partly arranged. But nevertheless, she goes so what? That's a life I have opted into and that's a life I'm going to abide by. And then she says to on again in effect, control yourself. So this is the great irony of pushkin bushkin gives full rain to romanticism and then he pulls back and he pulls back because think about it at the beginning of the story, it was on again who was lecturing Tatiana and saying control yourself, you should not have written me this letter. That was very unwise on your part and now it's the opposite tatyana is saying to on again control yourself. What you're trying to do now is ridiculous. And it can't happen. She's giving him exactly the same advice. And then in an ultimate move of pushkin irony, the husband enters the room. Now, you might expect bushkin to go into it, but this is a pushkin's ironic ending for the story. He basically goes, and now dear reader, now that the husband has entered the room and things are going to get really exciting, he goes, I'm going to be bidding you farewell. I'm gonna be bidding you farewell. I'm gonna be bidding Eugene on again farewell. I really hope that you've enjoyed this tale. I hope you've gotten some good laughs out of it. So suddenly, after with this emotional buildup, pushkin does a twist. And he kind of chuckles at the end. Now this is interesting because while pushkin ends Eugene again in ironic mockery, tchaikovsky, the great composer who did an opera based upon new gene, he didn't want to end it that way. And so you have two geniuses, pushkin on the one hand track offski and the other dealing with the same material, but the way tchaikovsky ends the story is Tatiana says no, she walks out of the room and then basically on again drops his head into his hands, it's essentially all anguish and tchaikovsky's opera ends right there. So tchaikovsky ends it with the sort of dignified anguish of on again, whereas pushkin having given rain to these romantic sentiments turns on them with irony and mockery and basically says spec on again. You didn't come to a very good end, did you? I'm outta here. Subscribe to the dinesh de Sousa podcast on Apple Google and Spotify or watch on rumble YouTube and Salem now dot com..

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The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

04:51 min | 11 months ago

"jim crow" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"I want to talk about whether Asian Americans will be joining Hispanics and making an exodus out of the Democratic Party and toward the GOP. Now, the GOP does not need to win decisive majorities of Hispanics or Asians in order to crush the Democrats. By and large of the Republicans got 30, 40% of Hispanics, 30, 40% of Asians, this would be curtains for the Democratic Party and the Democrats know that. They need very large chunks of both the Hispanic and the Asian vote. Now, it's a very interesting article by Rui tech's area. Ruet X era is a leftist. He's a democratic sort of strategist. And he has been arguing over the past 20 years that there's going to be a long-term built in advantage for the Democratic Party as the country becomes more diverse. And his assumption was that by and large the Democrats could count on blacks, could count on Hispanics. Could count on Asian, so the Republicans would be essentially relying on an increasingly dwindling share of the white, or at least the white non Hispanic vote. But Rui tax era has been changing its too lately. He had an article which I did not discuss on the podcast because it was in line with things that already been talking about about, hey, Democrats, Hispanics are basically out of here. They're losing faith in the party. And in fact, he says the problem is not as bad as you think it's worse. That was the theme of his article. But now he has another article, which I think is very interesting the Democrats coming Asian voter problem. Now he says the Asian voter problem hasn't really manifest itself clearly yet. He goes by and large, even in 2020, while Biden saw real declines in his black vote and 16 point decline among Hispanic voters, he basically dropped only one point among Asians. So the Asians was still kind of in the democratic fold. But he says, let's note, Asians are the fastest growing racial group in the country. He goes if you start looking at some key races in California and in New York, you begin to see that the Asians in California are moving away from the Democratic Party. The same thing in New York. The Asian population, which has been strongly democratic, in fact, began to push away against democratic candidates, including, including Adams, Eric Adams was successful in his race in New York, but a lot of Asian Americans voted for Curtis Sliwa, who was running on the Republican ticket. It was actually a 14 point swing for the Asians over the last time the Asians voted. Now really the race that tax era focuses on is the young Ken racing Virginia. What he points out that even though McAuliffe got the majority of Asians, Glen young can got 46%. 46%. Now, quite frankly, to my mind, that's actually low. If you really look at the way that Asian Americans are, the way they live, look at the values that they live by the emphasis on education, the emphasis and entrepreneurship, many of them are more they live to the right of pat Robertson. These are guys who should be voting 90% for the Republican Party. But you know what? We'll take 50, we'll take 60 to start. And that's tax errors point. He goes number one, Asians are worried about public safety. They're not for defund the police. He says two. Asians like Hispanics are a constituency does not harbor radical views on the nature of American society and how it must be remade to cleanse it of intrinsic racism. Instead, they are far more interested in how they and their families can get ahead and actually existing American society. So he says the key issue for Asians today, education, they see it as a tool for upward mobility, and even a poor Asian family, the kids can do better than the parents. Why? Because they go to good schools. They study hard, they get into a good college. They have a good life. So lowering academic standards in the name of racial equity, this anti meritocratic push by in democratic cities, he goes, listen, whether it's well meaning or not, I don't care. He goes the Asians are turning against this big time. And so the warning of Rui tax error and quite frankly, what is, you know, for me, it's not a warning. I actually hope that Donald let's keep on this path because I would like them to see, I'd like to see them lose the Hispanic vote, lose the Asian vote, begin to see even erosions in the black vote. And in this way, Republicans become what Kevin Phillips wrote about many, many years ago in the title of a fascinating book that I hope becomes an enduring reality. It was called the emerging Republican majority. Inflation.

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"jim crow" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

05:48 min | 11 months ago

"jim crow" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"The main thrust of the rhetoric of the left is that they are the champions of democracy. And we, the Republicans, the conservatives are against democracy. They justify a lot of their measures and some of them they concede are kind of extreme as necessary to protect democracy. We need to override the filibuster to protect democracy. But what is the left really think about democracy? I want to suggest that hidden in their bloviating rhetoric is actually a distrust and even deep hatred of democracy itself. And here is a interesting article in the new republic, fairly typical. I'm going to read the summary of the article because it conveys the whole spirit of the article and it kind of lets the cat out of the bag. They're talking about the Supreme Court's ruling in the Biden vaccine mandate case. Here's what the new republic says, summarizing its own article. The real Supreme Court ruling appears to be this. This is what it comes down to in other words. The Biden administration can only try new solutions to new problems if it runs them through a gerrymandered house and the filibuster friendly Senate first. So let's think you're about what the new republic is saying. What they're saying is that the court is insisting that laws, in this case, the Biden vaccine mandate be passed by the lawmaking body of the United States namely the Congress. And the new republic is saying, why should we do it that way? Why do we need laws to be passed by the legislature? In fact, they derive the legislature, they say that the house is called gerrymandered, so presumably it's not a real house. It's not a real elected body. And then they say filibuster friendly Senate. So the Senate is now illegitimate because after all, you can block things with the filibuster. So let's think about this. Aren't congressman elected? Aren't they? The voice of the people of particular districts that elect them aren't senators elected aren't they the voice of the states that elect them? Don't we have a constitutional structure that has the Congress making the laws the executive carrying them out, carrying out the laws made by the Congress, that is, and a judicial branch that is supposed to make sure that this is all being done in a constitutional way. Now the irony is that even though the left is always bashing the court, the court is undemocratic, it doesn't reflect the diversity of America. We need to pack the court to make it more democratic to make it more representative to reflect the will of the majority. What's really interesting about the court is that the court though unelected is at least in its majority convictions very deferential to the democratic process. In fact, the majority of the court argued that the reason the vaccine mandate is unconstitutional is because it needs to be done by Congress. In other words, the Biden administration and not just the Biden administration, not just Biden himself, but regulators who are unelected who are basically in a regulatory agency named osha. The occupational safety and health administration, they shouldn't be able to make laws who authorize them to do that. Congress certainly didn't. So the point of the Supreme Court decision is to is to place the onus for COVID laws on the lawmaking, the elected the democratic body that makes laws namely the Congress. Now, of course, the new republic has to pay lip service for this so they go, quote, in theory, in theory, the conservatives approach the conservatives on the court could be seen as bolstering congressional authority at the expense of the executive branch, and in theory that might be laudable. Okay, so what's the problem? By leaving it up to Congress which can barely agree to keep the government afloat or avoid defaulting on the national debt, the court achieves right wing goals, blah, blah, blah. So what they're basically saying is that, yeah, we can kind of see that the court should be placing lawmaking authority with the law making body calling, but Congress will lose in doing any very much these days. They're kind of like in a deadlock. Well, maybe they're in a deadlock because the American people are in a deadlock. Maybe they're in a deadlock as the American people do not agree by a clear majority to move the country this way or that way. And so in other words, the deadlock itself reflects democratic opinion. But of course, what the new republic wants to do is override that deadlock override that opinion and allow Biden unilaterally not Biden's elected true, but Biden has elected as an executive to execute the laws not to make them. So I think it's fascinating that suddenly for the new republic as for the left constitutional democracy becomes a problem. Oh, the house is a legitimate or the Senate is illegitimate or the court is illegitimate apparently Biden is the only one who is legitimate. And so so much I say for the great progressive fight to quote protect democracy. We all know in order to keep our immune system strong, we need some extra protection. My friends at centurion labs have combined 5 key ingredients to defend your immune system against allergies, colds, the flu even coronavirus. It's called centurion defender. And it incorporates vitamin C vitamin D zinc copper and curse it in just one capsule, no more swallowing ten pills a day or not taking supplements because the individual cost is too high. Debbie and I just take one defender with breakfast, one defender with dinner, and this keeps the germaphobe in our family happy. 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"jim crow" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:31 min | 11 months ago

"jim crow" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"You took and benefit, tried for yourself or the three week quick start for the discounted price of just 1995. Go to relief factor dot com I'll call 833-690-7246 to find out more about this offer. That number again, 833-690-7246 will go to relief factor dot com, feel the difference. Do you realize that taxpayer money? Well, your money is going toward providing legal representation and legal defense for illegal aliens. Now, in any normal circumstance, people would go, what? Well, as it turns out, this is a report that just came out from the immigration reform law institute. It's called IR LI. I have a line its research stumbled upon the fact that look, a bunch of cities throughout the United States are using city money, which is to say tax money. To provide legal representation to illegals. So who are these illegals? Well, these are illegals who, as you know, some of them don't even bother to show up for their court dates. But others do. They show up for their court dates and they're fighting deportation and they're trying to show that they deserve to be in the United States. But no one knew I didn't know that they're getting public funding for their legal defense. Now, if you're a U.S. citizen and you're accused of a crime. You are entitled to a lawyer..

"jim crow" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

03:26 min | 11 months ago

"jim crow" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"I talked yesterday about the hypocrisy of the Democrats who are calling the filibuster racist. Even though, right now, in the past few days, they've been using the filibuster to block a bill in the Senate being pushed by senator Cruz, and this is a bill that has 55 senators behind it, including I believe 6 Democrats. So this is a bill that would impose sanctions on Russia on its Nord stream to pipeline. This is the pipeline, by the way that connects and pumps oil from Russia to Germany and through Germany to other parts of Europe. Now, interestingly, Trump who was supposed to be, you know, from the left point of view, Putin's puppet. Trump did everything he could to block the north stream pipeline, and he did lock it. And Biden, who actually is, in some ways, Putin's puppet, at least of actions are any measure, a Biden is actually enabled the Nord stream to go forward and has enabled Putin to use it as he is as a weapon against Europe and also against the Ukraine. By the way, zelensky, the president of the Ukraine, has been begging America to impose the sanctions exactly the sanctions that Ted Cruz is trying to impose, and the Biden administration is resisting it. So let's talk about what Putin is doing with this pipeline. See, butan is getting ready to menace, so he's already menacing in some ways the Ukraine. And he is mobilizing troops on the Ukraine. Who knows whether Putin will actually take action against the Ukraine he might, but even if he doesn't, he's going to do what he can to bring Ukraine to heal to bring Ukraine to its knees to establish that he has practical domination over the Ukraine, whether or not he deploys troops against it. Now, obviously, for Putin, it's a problem if all the European countries joined the United States in collectively resisting that. And so what is Putin doing? He's using the leverage of oil he's using the leverage of the Nord stream pipeline to say, hey guys, listen, we know that you kind of concerned about human rights, but frankly, aren't you more concerned about your energy prices? Aren't you more concerned about your own economies? Isn't more important for you to have a tank full of gas and no energy problems to worry about cheap energy available through Russian oil than to worry about what's happening to a bunch of Ukrainians whom you don't even know. So Putin is using both the carrots and the sticks of the Nord stream too. Hey, listen, I can always cut off the oil supply and where would you be then? In order to twist the arms of the Europeans. Now Biden says, that's not going to happen. I've had a conversation with Angela Merkel. She assures me blah blah blah, but the simple truth of it is we know and we know this from experience that the French, the Germans, the Europeans, by and large. A very amenable to practical benefits. They're actually a very machiavellian in the way that they think about things. They would be happy to sell out the Ukraine for a barrel of oil or a sufficient number of barrels of oil. And so the point I'm trying to make is that we're not just dealing with democratic hypocrisy here in the filibuster. We're also dealing with Democrats enabling Putin to exercise leverage over Europe and thus to push forward with his plans for the Ukraine. Aches.

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The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

07:42 min | 11 months ago

"jim crow" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"Democrats do not have the votes to pass their Voting Rights Act. This is the terrible piece of legislation that would federalize elections and really overturn all the voter integrity laws that have been passed in so many different states. The Democrats are desperate to do this. And but to do it, they have to overcome the filibuster. Well, it's not even clear that they have the 51 votes, but they certainly don't have 60. And so they are simultaneously pushing the voting rights bill and at the same time they're railing on the filibuster and they're trying to make life miserable for cinema and mansion. And they're going through this kind of theater, which seems to have a known outcome. But nevertheless, there are pushing it through anyway. I think they feel like if we can get mansion on the record, we can get cinema on the record. This will somehow maybe pressure them to change their mind. Now, Joe Biden, who's a pawn of this whole operation, recently tweeted, and I'm going to put this up on the screen. So you can take a look while I'm reading it to you. His favorite phrase these days is Jim Crow two. Crow two. He goes, Jim Crow two is about two insidious things. Let's see what they are. Voter suppression voters oppression and election subversion. He goes, it's about making it harder to vote and who gets to count the vote and whether your vote counts at all. Now this is really over the top rhetoric because well, I mean, you would think that somebody making these kinds of claims would be able to produce a long procession of people who have been trying to vote but have been unable to vote voter suppression. Then he goes on. It's about who gets to count the vote, as if election integrity bills are somehow creating a Republican counting teams that can somehow rig the vote and whether your vote counts at all as if you've now got a committee that's throwing out votes into the trash. I mean, this is beyond the pale. And even the equation to Jim Crow, obviously raises the question what was Jim Crow? Who was Jim Crow? People used offered Jim Crow Jim Crow, but who was Jim Crow? Well, Jim Crow was a kind of persona, a character, both in a, in writing, as well as in the theater. It was mainly developed by a guy named Thomas rice in the early 19th century. It was a kind of stereotypical and today's sensibility, very offensive. Cartoonish portrait of African Americans and of black culture. It was based upon a kind of folk trickster named Jim Crow that was apparently popular in the kind of folk tales that were around slavery. But this idea, which was a negative depiction of blacks came to symbolize laws that were passed starting in the late 19th century continuing the 20th century. And these were called the Jim Crow laws. And essentially what they meant is they separated blacks and whites into two independent worlds. This is not to say that blacks and whites didn't interact at all. They did, but they interacted only in very controlled settings. You might have, for example, a black maid, cleaning the home of a white family. But by and large if you are a black guy who wanted a haircut, you have to go to a black barber, at least this was in states that had Jim Crow or segregation laws. Black businesses were separated from white businesses. You had, for example, in Durham, North Carolina, white banks, and black banks. A blacks and whites went to different schools in segregated cities and segregated states. And so they didn't attend school together. And so this isolation of one race from the other, somewhat a kind of American version of apartheid you'd have to say, well, all of this is utterly removed from anything that Biden is talking about now, because obviously no one is talking no one's even considering any return to those kinds of. That kind of racial separation. Now it is true that in Jim Crow days in the days of segregation, the Democratic Party and only the Democratic Party systematically practiced voter suppression. Their techniques were things like the poll tax, so you have to pay money to vote. And the idea here was to disenfranchise people who essentially had no money or couldn't afford to. So this was a kind of open way of isolating only you guys can vote and you guys can't vote. Again, there's no resemblance to anything going on now. And the other technique of voter suppression was the Ku Klux Klan. It wasn't just that the clan would randomly perpetrated violence against blacks, but they would stand, you'd have all these clan guys would come to the polls and look to see of which black eyes show up and it's like, listen, we're gonna be paying you a visit later, you're gonna really regret your shirt up for the polls. Of course the fear on the part of the Klan was that these blacks were gonna be voting as they typically did Republican. So this is the actual history of voter suppression. So think of the irony of Biden, whose himself paled around with segregationists. He was a friend of Robert Byrd. He was a friend of allotted, though, the racist worst races in the Democratic Party, and this guy is lecturing us about Jim Crow. When you turn to the voter integrity laws, what you find out is that the provisions and the voter integrity laws in states like Georgia are only trying to implement now things that already exist in democratic states. And so, for example, right now, even with voter integrity laws, it's easier to vote in Georgia than it is, for example, in New York. And yet you never hear Democrats calling New York a racist state. It seems that only when Republicans pass laws to protect the vote, then suddenly it becomes racism, whereas if the exact same laws exist in Delaware or New Jersey or New York, no problem. We're not even going to mention that pretend that no one notices count on the media to kind of play the same fiddle, play the same tune that we are, we are playing. And here's Amy Klobuchar, basically talking about why the filibuster needs to end. She goes democracy is around the world do not use the 60 vote threshold. As if to say that because the filibuster is American, it's not used by other democracies, a sort of we don't really need it. It's not a necessary concomitant democracy. Well, okay, but many democracies around the world have no protection for free speech. Many democracies around the world don't protect civil rights. They elevate one tribe, the majority tribe over the minority tribe, the Hutu over the Tutsi, or the other way around. Some democracies, Great Britain is a good example. Coexist with the monarchy. Other democracies in the Muslim world Pakistan's a good example used majority rule to impose Sharia law. So this idea that sort of democracies around the world don't do it the way we do is not exactly what doesn't make the point that globe which are as trying to make, that somehow they become exemplary and we should follow their model, not at all, America has struck a balance between majority rule and the protection of minority rights. Yes, the majority gets to rule, but within a certain limited domain, with rights for the minority, including people who live in states that didn't vote for Joe Biden. So all of this I think is being obscured if not lost in this debate, I think the good news is that even though we're hearing a lot of nonsense in the debate, the debate as far as we can tell now is going to have a satisfactory.

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"jim crow" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:13 min | 11 months ago

"jim crow" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"Joe Biden, who's a pawn of this whole operation, recently tweeted, and I'm going to put this up on the screen. So you can take a look while I'm reading it to you. His favorite phrase these days is Jim Crow two. Crow two. He goes, Jim Crow two is about two insidious things. Let's see what they are. Voter suppression voters oppression and election subversion. He goes, it's about making it harder to vote and who gets to count the vote and whether your vote counts at all. Now this is really over the top rhetoric because well, I mean, you would think that somebody making these kinds of claims would be able to produce a long procession of people who have been trying to vote but have been unable to vote voter suppression. Then he goes on. It's about who gets to count the vote, as if election integrity bills are somehow creating a Republican counting teams that can somehow rig the vote and whether your vote counts at all as if you've now got a committee that's throwing out votes into the trash. I mean, this is beyond the pale. And even the equation to Jim Crow, obviously raises the question what was Jim Crow? Who was Jim Crow? People used offered Jim Crow Jim Crow, but who was Jim Crow? Well, Jim Crow was a kind of persona, a character, both in a, in writing, as well as in the theater. It was mainly developed by a guy named Thomas rice in the early 19th century. It was a kind of stereotypical and today's sensibility, very offensive. Cartoonish portrait of African Americans and of black culture. It was based upon a kind of folk trickster named Jim Crow that was apparently popular in the kind of folk tales that were around slavery. But this idea, which was a negative depiction of blacks came to symbolize laws that were passed starting in the late 19th century continuing the 20th century. And these were called the Jim Crow laws. And essentially what they meant is they separated blacks and whites into two independent

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"jim crow" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:39 min | 11 months ago

"jim crow" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"You know that tonight I'm going to release a new teaser trailer for my new film. The film will be out in April, but the trailer is going to open your eyes quite a bit. So keep an eye out for it. It's going to be, I think, exploding on the scene tonight. Now, coming up, I'm going to talk about Biden who is equating voting rights. And voter integrity bills with Jim Crow, raising the question, of course, who was Jim Crow. What was Jim Crow all about? I'm also going to reveal how Biden not Trump has turned out to be Putin's pet. Harriet hagman, the Trump endorsed candidate who's running against Liz Cheney is going to join me to talk about the evolution of Liz Cheney. I'm going to ask whether Asian Americans are going to follow Hispanics and start making a kind of move toward the GOP and finally I'm going to continue my discussion of romantic irony and pushkin's Eugene on again. This is the dinesh just a podcast. America needs this voice. The times are crazy in a time of confusion, division and lies. We need a brave voice of reason understanding a truth. This is the dinesh de Souza, podcast. The.

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"jim crow" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck

History That Doesn't Suck

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"jim crow" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck

"Journey toward racial integration. And hey kudos to her freshly admitted to the bar. Twenty four year old lawyer. He's a friend of ours from episode. Ninety-one future us president. Chester arthur. Okay so from minstrel shows to we now know jim. Crow actually has some rather northern routes a. Why haven't i been talking about the south. Well the system of slavery actually could require a great deal of interaction between enslave. Her and enslaved. This means that to some extent co define social practices in drawing. Stark legalize didn't actually make sense in the south until after the slavery ending thirteenth amendment now reconstruction held these floodgates back initially but by the eighteen eighties southern democrats those redeemers as they call themselves. Have the power. They soon begin to pass. Jim crow laws at the state level. One of these laws as we know from today's open is the louisiana separate car active eighteen ninety which requires railroads in the state to have separate cars for white and black passengers so then democrats are thrilled as evidenced by the time democrat newspaper reporting in favor of it quote. A young lady of the city had two or three days ago to travel from new orleans to austin texas. The only sleeping accommodation on board that was to be had was the lower birth in a section of which the upper birth had been secured by negras. The city and accommodation was as much crowded as that for sleeping and the young lady had to occupy seat in the section in which she passed the night with the same negras the instance which we have just narrated without comment goes to show that the date for the louisiana separate car act. Going into force will not arrive a day too soon. Close quote if i may provide one word of comment damn well civil rights loving americans do not see what the times democrats sees. Black-americans challenged louisiana separate car act as well as similar acts across new south. All the way up in michigan black clergymen and leaders rail against the separate car act at a civil rights league meeting held on november nineteenth. Eight thousand nine hundred one professor d. Augustus straker proclaims to his black and white audience. We are supposed to be enjoying the same rights that are claimed by the whites but that is not true. In fact in short he and the other speakers contend that segregation isn't only immoral. It's unconstitutional a violation of the fourteenth amendment's guarantee of equal protection of loss. Sounds like they'd get along with homer plassey. The man whom we met in the cold open as he defied the separate car act his homework plus he joins the ranks of a new generation of black leaders like ida b wells w. e. boyce and booker t. washington we mourn the loss of one of the greatest leaders. The nation's ever seen.

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"jim crow" Discussed on Past Gas

Past Gas

07:15 min | 1 year ago

"jim crow" Discussed on Past Gas

"Yeah man it's hard. It's hard to joke after an intro. Like pretty heavy intro to into this with welcome to pass gas. I'm known sykes your house joined by my other. two house. We got joe weber. No catchphrase today and james pump free. It doesn't matter who we are. What matters is a plan. No one cared. Who i was until i put on the ask. You watch knight rises. Last night. i watch dark knight rises every night. Yeah every night is part of my routine. Was this a thing for you. Guys were guys really obsessed with the with tom. Hardy bain aesthetic. When that movie came out. I you hung out with like a beefier crowd than we did. We were we were friends with a bunch of skinny comedian so it was more of just like doing bits to hide our insecurity for how skinny we were Compared to tom hardy makes sense. Okay so we never got super into like being fan boys for sure. Okay that makes sense more fat fat ones. Yep does very very few yoked to ones. Well the bane is that he has like high waisted pants. So like if you're a fat guy because polos pants up over your belly button and it makes it look like you're you have like a big midsection. 'cause he'd been doing a lot deadly thing but really. You've just been eating cheese puffs if you're a strong guy in comedy you have to be like superintendent like rob riggle Because it doesn't look good when you're like you a super tight shirt in your veins or bulging out your muscles. And you're doing scene work where you're like knitting. You gotta be like screaming. Yeah there's this dude steven hale who's In like is in the sketch group back in the day in whose yoked in all he would do is scream. They can sell it. There's a time. When all i i mean i still. That's true two years ago. All right. So i'm really excited. Do this episode. I think it's always fun. Do more like history deep. Dives like this This is more like our. it's not gonna be like one. Continuous story like somewhere out there episodes but more like in thala if you will like our eighty s and ninety supercar episodes where we'll have separate smaller stories that kind of make a bigger picture of how african americans had to essentially make their own car culture within the united states In spite of all the challenges that came up against all the all the racism that they came up against and how their own car culture flourished. I'm really get into this. Yeah i think in the entertainment world. They caught vignettes. Yes vignettes think of this as vignettes. Thank you thank you joe on instagram when you when you drag the slider over and you pull the shadows in outside right yes. Yeah de all right. Let's do it before we talk about anything else. We need to understand what led to african. Americans needs for their own car culture separate from white car culture. What is it that led to the creation of the green book. And why did black americans have such a difficult time traveling. The united states. How did oppressive laws and jim. Crow era violence lead to the rise of black automobile owners. Before the civil rights movement the united states was mostly segregated and many states had jim crow laws that had come into effect in the late eighteen hundreds after the civil war this man between eighteen ninety and nineteen sixty. It was especially dangerous for african americans to travel jim crow. Laws made it so whites could be rude and outright violent towards black travelers with little to no consequences. The fact public transportation was segregated and often dangerous for african-americans meant the invention of the car was also source of independence as it so often is across ages and cultures for black americans. The automobile represented the ultimate freedom from the harsh realities of a segregated society. But of course there was a downside for traveling by car because of segregation it was difficult to find hotels restaurants and mechanics who would serve african americans and often dangerous to travel in certain areas of the united states. W e b dubois. The famous civil rights activists was among the many black americans who prefer to travel by car. You saw there's a way for black americans to have more freedom of travel and the independence that came with driving in a car meant fighting against jim crow. Laws said dubois quote the only discrimination that we chanced upon one at which we heartily laugh a fill station on the jacksonville. Daytona road had sign quote for white trade. Only we passed it four times and saw not a single person there. These crackers persist in being fools said my companion despite the obvious absurdity of the situation segregated businesses presented a real problem for black travelers. Who needed to be able to find stops along the way. Gas stations hotels motels and restaurants offer them services don't know how they did. How anybody anything pre internet. I know i was just looking. Has some picture had like a bunch of encyclopedias. And someone's house and i was like. Oh yeah we used to have encyclopedias. And i remember like oh yeah books. Yeah whoa hardcover. The green book in other similar books written at the time. We're travel guidebooks because of the jim. Crow laws and segregation often. Very difficult for black americans find accommodation or restaurants that serve them. The green book was meant to help. They would rate review an offer. Hotels restaurants lodging even gas stations that serve black customers the fact that a guidebook like this was needed a testament to how bad things were in the us. During the jim crow era victor hugo the creator of the green book said it. Best himself in an introduction of the guide quote. There will be a day sometime in the near future when this guide will not have to be published. This is when we as a race will have equal opportunities and privileges in the united states. It will be a great day for us to suspend this publication for then we can go wherever we please and without embarrassment is full name was victor hugo green hence the green book. The book wasn't green. Nothing about it was green. It might have been green while. I'm looking at some google images of the book and it looks like it was green but You know let's just branding.

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"jim crow" Discussed on Past Gas

Past Gas

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"jim crow" Discussed on Past Gas

"All right. So i'm really excited. Do this episode. I think it's always fun. Do more like history deep. Dives like this This is more like our. it's not gonna be like one. Continuous story like somewhere out there episodes but more like in thala if you will like our eighty s and ninety supercar episodes where we'll have separate smaller stories that kind of make a bigger picture of how african americans had to essentially make their own car culture within the united states In spite of all the challenges that came up against all the all the racism that they came up against and how their own car culture flourished. I'm really get into this. Yeah i think in the entertainment world. They caught vignettes. Yes vignettes think of this as vignettes. Thank you thank you joe on instagram when you when you drag the slider over and you pull the shadows in outside right yes. Yeah de all right. Let's do it before we talk about anything else. We need to understand what led to african. Americans needs for their own car culture separate from white car culture. What is it that led to the creation of the green book. And why did black americans have such a difficult time traveling. The united states. How did oppressive laws and jim. Crow era violence lead to the rise of black automobile owners. Before the civil rights movement the united states was mostly segregated and many states had jim crow laws that had come into effect in the late eighteen hundreds after the civil war this man between eighteen ninety and nineteen sixty. It was especially dangerous for african americans to travel jim crow. Laws made it so whites could be rude and outright violent towards black travelers with little to no consequences. The fact public transportation was segregated and often dangerous for african-americans meant the invention of the car was also source of independence as it so often is across ages and cultures for black americans. The automobile represented the ultimate freedom from the harsh realities of a segregated society.

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"jim crow" Discussed on Feminist Utopia

Feminist Utopia

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"jim crow" Discussed on Feminist Utopia

"Back to jim crow. It goes and so. I'm gonna talk a little bit about jim crow the voter suppression in jim crow. Why organizations like back voters matter are calling these new proposals in all these states. The new jim crow. Jim crow two point zero and will go a little bit into the history. And then i wanna talk about what. We're getting wrong in terms of time about it Right now states. There's several states that have already passed new. Restrictive laws including montana idaho arizona florida alabama georgia. Georgia oh my gosh. Georgia kills me. Indiana kentucky in iowa and there's also oklahoma and arkansas and I can't think the other one and it's it's more it's going to be more. And even in texas the republicans have had to walk back some of the things they wanted to kill souls to the polls which is very prominent in many black communities in the united states. Where you go to church you get you get going. And then you go vote at the polls but they wanted to restrict early voting locations to not open to one and then closed some ridiculously early hour to restrict that specific pool voting. Now they're walking it back saying oh. We meant to put eleven. Am not one eight pm and all these other things but cutting voting at the margins has always been. How america has disenfranchised black people and these new rules are just an outgrowth of the voter suppression rules that came about in the late. Eighteen hundreds after reconstruction was killed. So let's talk a little bit by jim. Crow we always think of jim crow as Equal schools or separate water fountains and secretary buses..

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"jim crow" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"jim crow" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Resources that they had paid taxes for. At the same time, black wealth added to Greenwood's prosperity. A man named Eli Grayson, who's the former president of the California Muscogee Creek Association. Explained it like this. Back in those days because the Jim Crow logs black people can only spend money among black people. They can go to the White store. Macy's They had to spend it on the black communities and that dined that they spent there on a Saturday morning or Saturday afternoon went into that community stayed in that community rotated in that community up to 19 times. Create early Lansana the fact that Ow girly lent JB Stratford Money and Stratford loaned AJ Smitherman money and that a dollar bill could start at Ow, girlies business at 101 North Greenwood at the corner of Green with Ann Archer at sunrise and travel all the way up to pine and back. And be exchanged only by black hands. We can't do that now. I mean, that doesn't even happen in Harlem. You know what I mean? I don't know where that had happened in Bronzeville on the south side of shy. I don't know anywhere that that maybe Atlanta right? But that's an extraordinary thing that happened in Greenwood from 19. Oh, 5 to 1921. That we kept our money in our communities and the kind of wealth and economic independence born out of necessity, right Born at the necessity of this Jim Crow segregation. Well, looking through.

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"jim crow" Discussed on More Content Talk

More Content Talk

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"jim crow" Discussed on More Content Talk

"So let's move on stetson kennedy author of jim crow guide offered these simple rules. That blacks were supposed to observe in conversing with whites. This if you're talking to a white person so number one never assert or even intimate imply insinuate that a white person is lying so even if the white person was lying you can't you can't say anything about it. It's not allowed. Recently there is a story Believe it was involving the catholic church where This student was reprimanded for saying that the teacher lied. And you see all the time in books about our excuse me articles about these schools. Where the black kid is like. You're not teaching slavery rate. That's not you know. That's not how. I learned it in your. You're calling these people workers and they were slaves and the kid gets written up. They get sent office and yeah maybe it gets rectified. Later but the point is is that the initial response is the jim crow. Response you can. You can't tell me online. I'm white and i deal with that shit all the time on social media. You can't told me anything. I'm i'm a white person. Sure they not going to say that. But that's the implication. Why are you so fucking indignant because a black person told you you're wrong you're because you're being fucking racist period. Sorry that's how it works. You don't like it go fuck yourself. All right number two never impede dishonorable intentions to a white person again. You can't tell them anything about themselves. They're good regardless number three never suggests that a white person is from an inferior class. So let's say you're you're a black person you got a little bit money. Say will do that. Ypres they're poor. Like i don't care what that say. That was an immediate reprimand. You're not allowed to do that. You can't say that you can't imply you're any better than white people and it's funny because you'll see black celebrities today. Talk talk about how much money they have all the time but you know they never say like hey. I have more money than this white person. They're always talking about. I got more money than moves black pupils. So i'm the shit motherfucker. You are shit stinks Number four never lay claim to or overly demonstrate superior knowledge or intelligence. Let me tell you something. This is still a rule today. Black people cannot be intelligent in america. It will get you fucked. It's one of the reasons. I'm sitting here doing this. Show right now. i'm too smart for these white motherfuckers. They don't like it. They don't like that. I go into a performance. I make a great speak my mind. I don't follow their little fucking rules. I don't care about their stupid theories. i know i'm good. I don't need them. That's why i'm sitting here talking to you on a podcast. That's why have to start my own business because even if you talented. You can't be too talented. You can't be smart. You have to be an idiot to be an entertainer especially if you black never curse the white person. Let's don't give me starring rap music. We don't even have to talk about y'all know you hate rap music. I hear i hear so much. I'm sick of it. I'm sick people talking about how much they hate rap music and don't get me wrong. There's some terrible hip hop but you want to know why they wanna take rap music away from us if you black you really wanna know or or really any any race. That isn't white..

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"jim crow" Discussed on More Content Talk

More Content Talk

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"jim crow" Discussed on More Content Talk

"Motherfucker care what color your skin is. You're like uncle ruckus from boondocks You can't say that woman you know that's exactly what it is moving on number. Two blacks and whites were not supposed to eat together if they did eat together. Whites were to be served. I in some sort of partition was to be placed between them. So this is. It's like those plastic shields that they're using in the restaurants. They got that idea because they used to do that. And by the way that shit don't work it doesn't stop the spread of disease so it's all for show right. It's all just to keep the other person knowing in their mind that their second tier second number three under no circumstance was a black male to offer to light the cigarette of white female. That gesture implied intimacy again. We see this Discourage nina the constantly discouraging blacks and whites from dating and especially black men from dating white women that was really frowned upon And you hear it all the time still today. I just think to myself. Why does this country think it's improved. I don't know. Blacks were not allowed to show public affection toward one another in public especially kissing because it offended whites. So if this is three point you'll see with with black people and white supremacists. White supremacists are constantly modulating constantly. Telling us how we should behave in public. You shouldn't be listening to that music. You shouldn't be acting that way you're loitering. Get the fuck off of the street. That's where all this bullshit laws come from. That's why you're not able to just be yourself in public. You have to act white before you go out or if you want a job you have to act. You do jim crow etiquette required. That blacks were introduced to whites. Never whites to blacks for example. Mr peters the white person this is charlie the black person that i spoke to you about so you can't even introduce yourself. It's not allowed. It's a very similar to how one would have behaved around a monarch. And as i've said before etiquette in general was created by monarchs in dictators and nasty people who think that you don't have rights. That's why the telling you what to do because they think you're too stupid to figure it out on your own you can. You can't figure out on your own that you have to. You have to wash your hands according to these people. If you go to the bathroom you can't figure it out too dumb. You can't figure out that you're not supposed to tear it up when you go outside. You need these white people to tell you. And that's what i'm saying. Why do you follow manage for. What's the fucking point. Doesn't make any sense number. Six whites did not use courtesy. Titles respect when referring to blacks for example. Mr mrs ms sir. Or ma'am instead. Blacks were called by their first names. Blacks had to use courtesy titles when referring to whites and were not allowed to call them by their first name so again. You see the double standard right. I can do it but you can't and It's interesting that most teachers white. That's true. Mr mr mr mr mr.

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"jim crow" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

07:08 min | 1 year ago

"jim crow" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

"Eight. The title of this episode is the seemingly immortal. Jim crow and some people may be scratching their heads like Well today show. We will talk about the debate. Over where the georgia's law really suppress voting in reveals. Just how imperilled imperilled american democracy is. It is a debate over whether or not the new georgia laws suppress boats. It's been a debate. And you've heard us talk about it on the show for a couple of episodes now and i think it's really important to pick this apart. Whenever we can and shine a light on what they tried to obscure with words that suppress votes they claim that it's not voter suppression but in fact. It is an article that i'm going to share with you as we move through the show title is. Yes the georgia election law. Is that bad and it was written by. Zach bo camp or camp. Excuse me for box dot com. You know again. We have talked about this suppression legislation from georgia mouth for a while and georgia is not the only state there are about forty. Two forty. three other states have similar laws that are aimed at suppressing the vote. There is no reason to suppress people's right to vote other than to increase their chances republican's chances of winning seats in the various elections going on around the country both state local state federal. Why would a party by the way which is a private political organization. Rnc and the dnc. Neither one of them are government political parties their private political organizations and that's easily verifiable for those of you that are doubtful. I invite you to go go research. Go look yes. There may be Elected officers that hold elected officials rather lawmakers that may hold various positions within these parties. But they're still private political organizations again. There's no reason to suppress someone's vote especially under the lie that the last administration had been touting for two years about voter fraud what amounts to voter fraud in their minds is everybody that didn't vote for the previous administration. That's what they called voter fraud in. In how those votes were cast. They're trying to make it difficult for people to get mail in ballots and that should never be something that should be thought of as a as a behavior as a tactic. Mail in ballots have been or absentee ballots as their most commonly known as have been around since the civil war. It didn't bother them then to accept absentee ballots and it really didn't bother them at all the republican party to receive votes from absentee ballots. Until i would say the election of president. Barack obama and then absentee ballots became a big deal so the republicans latched onto that as a talking point and a dog whistle. They're trying to make you believe or want people to believe that people of color are the only people that use absentee ballots. That's that's their implication. That's what they want you to believe. So they're using these suppressive voting laws to target primarily people of color. And guess what folks they're also targeting poor whites they're also targeting the military. They're trying to reduce the numbers of turn out for anyone. That is not going to or want to vote republican. So they're gambling on this particular platform and it's it's shooting them in the foot multiple times because large corporations are saying. We don't want to be associated with this and it's wrong companies like coca cola Major league baseball pulled the all-star game out of atlanta because of georgia's new election law. Sp two zero two and they should have a lot of other corporations should be leaving georgia or speaking up about sp two. Oh two which is called by a lot of experts an attack on the fundamental fairness of the state's elections and it's been compared to d. to jim crow by me many leading democrats and and in a lot of instances. It is just like jim crow. The title of this episode was named that way because it seems that jim crow is immortal and it seems that way because people will not let jim crow dot. They keep utilizing jim crow tactics to keep people from voting in the most nuanced ways. They will use jim crow tactics and they'll try to make them look nice by using words that a lot of people won't understand or a lot of people can't wrap their heads around and really tell what's going on.

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