18 Burst results for "John Birch Society"
President Biden Responds to SCOTUS Leak
"Let's go to Joe Biden, cut number 5 in The White House. Change the law saying that children who are LGBTQ can't be in classrooms with other children. Is that legit under the way that the decisions are written? What are the next things that are going to be attacked? Because this mega crowd is really the most extreme political organization that's existed in American history. In recent American history. Let's just unpack that. First of all, put aside the Ku Klux Klan, put aside the Nazi sympathizers, put aside the John birch society, put aside antifa, put aside the January 6 protester, the maga kraut. In reference to the Supreme Court decision by 5 justices, three of whom were nominated by president Trump, all of whom were distinguished jurists long before president Trump came down the escalator as candidate Trump. And of course, the chief justice and clarence Thomas had been on the court for a very long time in justice Alito was a George Bush appointee as well. W Bush appointee. And I'd be sure that that HW Bush, let me George W. Bush appointee. And I'm just here to he came up after Harriet Meyers with withdrawn. So it's cheap justice Roberts than justice Alito. I'm just sure to tell you, the uniter in chief, that's just not true. This is such an over the top comment that, again, it's like the Pope saying NATO is responsible for invading Russia. Maga is the most extreme. And by the way, LGBTQ children, I understand some children so identify, I also understand that no teacher in America would ever separate them and they also understand that that would fail rational basis review. It is the reddest of herrings I have ever heard. It's the stupidest thing I've actually ever heard Joe Biden say.
"john birch society" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Logically, you're thinking about this. Of course, Of course I am And what Donald Trump said what he said on election night. Is that What we don't want to happen is a bunch of votes to show up at three o'clock in the morning, Which is exactly what happened. He actually predicted what was going to take place Republican said. You couldn't count Baylin ballots until after election night. You know that, even even if that's even if that's the case in Pennsylvania over over the next three or four days, he picked up like 850,000 votes. Biden did. Yeah, there's something called mail in voting, and that doesn't make any sense whatsoever. I mean, David Chan Of those numbers being consistent is that is one. David. Go ahead. Basically that we gotta let you go. Trillion e mean sick. Let David asking questions. So leaving each other calls, please. What is the question? David? Is there any scenario that you think it was even remotely possible that Joe Biden could have won this election and that if he did that, Donald Trump could you possibly envision a scenario where Donald Trump would concede an election and say, like, Absolutely, Yeah, if we if we go if we go through this entire process solution, and David, I appreciate we audit if we audit every single absentee ballot until the Dominion voting machines and it shows that Joe Biden won the election, and Joe Biden we're gonna weigh just want. Well, I'm talking about 160 members of Congress. I'm talking about Donald Trump. I'm talking about 20 million Americans. We just want proof that this election was free and fair. And right now we want to show proof that all right now, right now we think that it wasn't okay. Well, it's just that simple if you want, If you want 70 million pissed off Americans find feel free. But this idea of unifying the country that that's not just because test because you guys didn't win doesn't it has nothing to do with that. Okay? Nothing to do with this. You're you're right. It's funny, you know, not my president. You said not my president. Chris wins is not my president. Right now. 160 members of Congress are literally saying not There you go again. Joe Biden. Too bad that means by the way, once again, JD was factually inaccurate. Hey says, you know, I say things that aren't true, but I'll give a perfect example of what J d said that is completely factually inaccurate. Pence cannot do what JD inferred that he can do. Both The House and the Senate have to agree on an objection before anything can happen because dams control the house, which he said is not true. One member of the House and one member of the Senate passed to object. 44 pence to being in a position to decide which electors to count or certify for Joe Biden or four Donald Trump. You might want to look up what I just said, because when I said his fact 7022575396, you don't know what you're talking about. Let's go to Tony. Tony, You're next on the Vegas. Take. Hi, Tony. What's on your mind? What's up, Tony? You had mentioned that Trump should go toe. Should be charged with voter fraud. And I'm wondering how why should he be charged with voters? Have it? I have to say something. Okay, But you just asked me a question. Tony, can I ask you a question? I'm gonna give an example. Okay, Okay. But you just asked me a question. A rhetorical question. I didn't get to finish my sense. Okay? We don't do rhetorical questions here when I get that, okay. No, we're not gonna skip it. I'm gonna I'm getting on and we're gonna pop you down, Tony. Okay, Tony, you asked me a question. We don't do rhetorical questions and radio. I'm gonna answer your question. And then I'm going to allow you to respond. Okay? That's the way this conversation is going to work. Sorry if you don't like it, Uh, I said Trump's actions could constitute election fraud, didn't say it would a person including an election official, who in any election or federal office, knowingly or willingly intimidates threatens in this audio. That's clearly what Donald Trump did it section 52 of the U. S code concerns, so I hope I answered your rhetorical question. And I hope I educated you, Tony now. Well, I don't really care about any other examples You want to give? I'm gonna move on to the next caller. Now, Tony. Next time you call up we will welcome your phone call. Please don't start a conversation with what you would call a rhetorical question. Because when you ask those two question that you disagree with guess what the host is going to answer that question. We're gonna move on to the next caller. Now, 7022575396. Let's go to Mark Mark is next Mark. Thanks for calling in What's on your mind? There was some art. I just thought this guy was banned from the show. Brian abandoned right to put my band this guy a couple weeks ago. Sharp. He's a sterling example, is going to become even more on him stabbed her January 6 not going to be correct. And of course, he's interrupting me because Conservatives. Conservatives don't listen. Okay, don't listen. They don't learn it's all about conspiracy, Notary. You can go back to the fifties. And there is their papers written about this with the bird John Birch Society and hold that There is nothing that JD says. That is worth anybody's attention. Who is saying? Thanks. Take care. Okay. Thank you for the call. Mark. I thought this guy was banned from the show. Why is he banned? What did you do? I have no idea. Tell me. Why is he bad from the show? Yeah. Tell me why he threatened me on Twitter. Marc threatened your 20. Okay, so you'll show me the tweet when we get off the air. You won't. Huh?.
"john birch society" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Media and the Transformation of American Politics. Conservatives first toyed with a Republican, not a democracy slogan. In the late 19 thirties. The conservatives who were involved with the America First Committee, which was this committee founded in order to prevent the US from getting involved in World War two were somewhat affronted by Franklin Roosevelt, saying that the U. S needed to wage this war to defend democracy and the way that they pushed back against that appeal was to say, Well, wait a second. We're a republic, not a democracy. And so that's the first time you start to hear this as a kind of political slogan to fight back against rhetoric about American democracy. Then again in the early sixties, not only in the heart of the Cold War, but at a time when the Supreme Court was Codifying the bill of rights into court decisions toward a more liberal democracy. The John Birch Society's founder, Robert Welch, Declared. This is a republic, not a democracy. Let's keep it that way. What was he up to? Robert Welch was really opposed Teo the Liberal Justice Earl Warren's Supreme Court, in large part because the Supreme Court had ruled in 1950 for that schools could not be segregated. And then in the 19 sixties. What happens is the Warren Court begins to press for this idea of one person. One vote, and this was part of the same push that was going on in U. S Society for Black Voting rights. And an opposition to both the principle of one person. One vote and to the protection of black voting rights was really driving the John Birch Society to oppose the expansion of voting rights, the sort of leveling of voting rights and that was all contained in this slogan of a republic, not a democracy. The John Bircher supposed some of the more famous decisions of the Warren Court. You mentioned Brown versus Board of Education. But there was also Reynolds v. Simms about the very question of one person, one vote. What were the details of that decision, and what effect did it have on the nature of American democracy? So you had state legislatures where district's were determined by geography by things like counties, which led to a more Senate like form of representation, where very small population counties had the same political power is very large population counties and the Supreme Court intervened and said You know what that's not fair That's not representative and ordered that state legislatures decide their districting on the basis of population. It was a really important moment of putting some behind this idea of one person, one vote. I can remember when the John Birch Society was regarded as a kind of lunatic fringe of reactionary thought, now its positions or more or less mainstream conservatism. What was its solution at the time for an activist court. So their first solution was to impeach Chief Justice Earl Warren. That was the big rally and cry on the right in the early 19 sixties. But then it became part of a broader conservative project to get more conservative justices on the Supreme Court. Now that was clearly a much longer term project, But that's kind of where you see the seeds of Ah new focus on the Supreme Court as something that could be a protector of conservative political power and ideas. Now the debate you are talking about. It seems to happen a time when conservatives and finds itself on the wrong side of the political consensus in the country. So what happened in the early eighties made Reaganism in which the conservatives very much represented the consensus of American wishes and thought. Conservatives could look around during the 19 eighties and say no, no, wait a second. It actually turns out that direct democracy and majoritarian elections that's working out pretty well for us. So there is this moment during the 19 eighties at the height of the Cold War, when Reagan is talking about democracy, and when conservatives seem to be winning these landslide elections, with the majority of the population behind them. That democracy has a bit of a moment in conservative circles. The U. S. Senate and the presidency are representatives of a political minority beneficiaries of the structurally disproportionate electoral representation. As a percentage of the population. Is Lee agitating for nothing Mohr than the perverse status quo. I think that there is a real fear among conservatives that even the kind of minority Terrian benefits that are already built into the system through the Electoral college through the Senate are at risk. Nicole. Thank you very much. Thanks so much for having me. Nicole Hammer is a research scholar at Columbia University and author of Messengers of the Right Conservative Media and the Transformation of American politics..
"john birch society" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Media and the Transformation of American Politics. Conservatives first toyed with a Republican, not a democracy slogan. In the late 19 thirties. The conservatives who were involved with the America First Committee, which was this committee founded in order to prevent the US from getting involved in World War two were somewhat affronted by Franklin Roosevelt, saying that the U. S needed to wage this war to defend democracy and the way that they pushed back against that appeal was to say, Well, wait a second. We're a republic, not a democracy. And so that's the first time you start to hear this as a kind of political slogan to fight back against rhetoric about American democracy. Then again in the early sixties, not only in the heart of the Cold War, but at a time when the Supreme Court was Codifying the bill of rights into court decisions toward a more liberal democracy. The John Birch Society's founder, Robert Welch, Declared. This is a republic, not a democracy. Let's keep it that way. What was he up to? Robert Welch was really opposed Teo the Liberal Justice Earl Warren's Supreme Court, in large part because the Supreme Court had ruled in 1950 for that schools could not be segregated. And then in the 19 sixties. What happens is the Warren Court begins to press for this idea of one person, one vote. And this was part of the same push that was going on in U. S Society for black voting rights and an opposition to both the principle of one person. One vote and to the protection of black voting rights was really driving the John Birch Society to oppose the expansion of voting rights, the sort of leveling of voting rights. And that was all contained in this slogan of a republic, not a democracy. The John Birchers supposed some of the more famous decisions of the Warren Court. You mentioned Brown versus Board of education. But there was also Reynolds V. Simms about the very question of one person. One vote. What were the details of that decision, and what effect did it have on the nature of American democracy? So you had state legislatures where districts were determined by geography by things like counties, which led to a more Senate like form of representation, where very small population counties had the same political power is very large population counties and the Supreme Court intervened and said, You know what? That's not fair That's not representative and ordered that state legislatures Decide their districting on the basis of population. It was a really important moment of putting some behind this idea of one person, one vote. I can remember when the John Birch Society was regarded as a kind of lunatic fringe of reactionary thought, now its positions or more or less mainstream conservatism. What was its solution at the time for an activist court. So their first solution was to impeach Chief Justice Earl Warren. That was the big rally and cry on the right in the early 19 sixties. But then it became part of a broader conservative project to get more conservative justices on the Supreme Court. Now that was clearly a much longer term project, But that's kind of where you see the seeds of Ah new focus on the Supreme Court as something that could be a protector of conservative political power and ideas. Now the debate you are talking about. It seems to happen a time when conservatism finds itself on the wrong side of the political consensus in the country. So what happened in the early eighties made Reaganism in which the conservatives very much represented the consensus of American wishes and thought. Conservatives could look around during the 19 eighties and say no, no, wait a second. It actually turns out that direct democracy and majoritarian elections that's working out pretty well for us. So there is this moment during the 19 eighties at the height of the Cold War, when Reagan is talking about democracy, and when conservatives seem to be winning these landslide elections, with the majority of the population behind them. That democracy has a bit of a moment in conservative circles. The U. S. Senate and the presidency are representatives of a political minority beneficiaries of the structurally disproportionate electoral representation. As a percentage of the population. Is Lee agitating for nothing Mohr than the perverse status quo. I think that there is a real fear among conservatives that even the kind of minority Arian benefits that are already built into the system through the Electoral college through the Senate are at risk. Nicole. Thank you very much. Thanks so much for having me. Nicole Hammer is a research scholar at Columbia University and author of Messengers of the Right Conservative Media and the Transformation of American politics. Matthew.
"john birch society" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360
"You're JFK assassination truth. It's sort of every major conspiracy theory of the last few decades of wrapped together one and you do have now the movement is I mean the one thing that the John Birch Society didn't have is facebook and social media, and so Cunanan is now reaching out to other kinds of conspiracy theory communities, Anti Vaccine Groups, I'm some natural health groups. Groups of more maybe science and authorities, skeptical people and trying to bring them into the fold and that's what we've been seeing a lot recently. Well, it's also given the the when the when the guy showed up at the pizza parlor with weapons to free children who he seemed to believe we're being held. I guess in a basement by you know, the democratic leadership and torturing children in the basement of the pizza parlor in Washington. it was a pizza parlor pizza parlor. He got arrested. He's doing I think five years in prison but he said you know the the I think his quote was something like the the the information was in one hundred percent confirmed or something it's not clear if he even no longer believes that he he may still very well believe this they seem immune to facts I mean once that's proven wrong. It sort of went away for a while but then the Jeffrey Epstein things seem to really bring it to life again, and now there's this fake. Flight List floating around the Internet. That has just about Every well known person allegedly flying on IT and they're receiving now. Because of it. I think as with any sort of end times movement that's what this functions like. It's sort of a doomsday cults almost There is this sense that there are these predictions that are made Q. This sort of anonymous message board poster makes dozens of predictions. They don't come true, and then instead of Cer- doubting the theory, his followers sort of resolve their cognitive dissonance by by finding ways to kind of slotted into their world view that happened today actually president trump mentioned or was asked about Cunanan as you as you. Showed and for the people in this community, they have been predicting for years that the moment that president trump was asked about Cunanan directly he would confirm that it was true. He would say, yes, you're right. This is all happening he didn't, and so mmediately, they started trying to rationalize this and saying, well, he he didn't really want to say at this time it's too soon maybe say next time I mean, as you said, we're not going to be convinced by predictions. Well, it's like they were saying that the Muller. Muller team was secretly working. You know putting out subpoenas against Hillary Clinton. They're all going to be arrested and Muller was actually working with trump on this and that all this stuff we reporting was all just a ruse wasn't the Russia investigation is actually you know child sex trafficking and then of course when the report out they all said, oh. Well, that was that it was disinformation that we had to put out in order to. Protect the work that's actually going on behind the scenes I mean again, just logically it's it's really extraordinary that so many people believe this but. To Me Anderson. The real story here is not that there are people with crazy kooky beliefs in America. We know that exists the real story is that one of them is going to be a member of Congress come November and other present the United States will not disavowed. Feature Republican star running the president. Go for Kevin Roose. Thank you very much ahead breaking news federal review now underway into the the inspector general looking to the postal service controversy. We'll have that ahead..
"john birch society" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Rapists and judges. Arthur, You're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead, Arthur. Hey, how we thank you for taking my call, You know, live had it in for the mister. By which have the great amount of respect for since day one about three weeks seven he was in office, one of these phony newsgroups. Follow him during lunch, and they report him in the article. I read that how he walked into the C I C c. I see. They made it sound like it was the right side of the John Birch Society. I looked it up, saying, I see cause Mr Barnes very devout Catholic. The C I C C ends for the Catholic Information Center. It's a bookstore. Are you surprised? Remember Arthur, when Kenneth Starr was the special counsel, and he was investigating Bill Clinton and the news crews were rob We were parked out in his driveway in suburban DC every day 24 7 every day, you know, trying to trap him. Whereas Bob Mueller when he was the special counsel investigating Ah, Donald Trump investigating him for nothing as opposed to the felonies that Bill Clinton had committed. They left him totally alone. They never asked him a tough question. They never, you know, bird dog him to his house or to his church..
"john birch society" Discussed on Apocalypse...Now?
"Yeah, LAW ENFORCEMENT SCRUTINY I! Imagine seems like a bad plan to have have. Have basically this This child trafficking selling scheme on open the van, so allen the open. That can access. will allow you to allow someone to accidentally purchase a that seems like something. You would not want to happen if you're genuinely doing it, but. The expiration from wayfair is that some of these these cabinets they are, they are. They're designed for home use. They are extremely heavy, extremely rigid, extremely protective dusty cabinets VAT designed to withstand a lot more than perhaps home candidates. You would have a lot more affordable as seems like reasonable explanation to me, but saw a lot of people especially on. Twitter and facebook and Tiktok were were instead believe that this was evidence of some sort of child trafficking ring and I was. Yeah, I've been spending a little bit of time today. Archiving these tiktok videos because tick occasionally deletes. Conspiracy theory videos. They did it before when Pizza Gate for example got got popular on Tiktok just a few weeks ago, so I will make to preserve that his ever in the future. And Pizza is I mean it's never gone away, but the idea that happening in the basement of a pizza place has been debunked, but pizza gate has kind of that. Hashtag has been a a name for something else. That is going on in society. pedophilia and the Pedal Gate I dunno I think using the term pizza gate is making it less credible because it's already been debunked is. Agree I. Mean this is made this one of my biggest problems with with the Cunard community is that they like whenever I pressed them on some of the claims that they make. They aren't factual like y'all do the evidence that the Comet Ping Pong Washington DC was ever involved in the sex trafficking ring, and sometimes it leads to dangerous situations case where South Carolina man actually traveled to Comic Ping Pong an attempt to rescue the children while the firing inside restaurant. Unfortunately, it's hurt, but someone might up because it's range, conspiracy theory, and like I said it distracts from like a the real genuine real life problems of you know of human trafficking which. Ought to be addressed. I feel like all of things like pizza and pedophile conspiracies. They tap into people's emotions, absolutely one hundred percent, and that's why people react so strongly to it, so my question is since people are adopting all of these philosophies. More people than there normally are exposed to it. Do you feel like it's dangerous for our country is? Are we reaching like an apocalyptic situation with all of these cues running for Congress? yeah, yeah, I think it's I think it's really. A one level is really. I mean in the sense that. I think that were really necessary for democracy. Is this idea of consensus? Reality is like even if you can't agree on sort of vague, perhaps the solutions. You have to like have this commute. Idea of was real and what the actual problems are, and of some people think that you know a serious problem is is is a particular up a pizza joint Washington DC, as as a human trafficking hub, and like other people see that believe that there's there's nothing to that. There's no there's no reality to us in this and doesn't represent an actual problem that deserves addressing like. How can you have common ground there as so I think it's you very dangerous, and that says social dangerous in the sense that you know. People who believe in Q. and all the fuel ballet you? They sometimes take very dangerous actions There's a recent. Case of a man named Alpa Sleiman. Who got fell down the? Rabbit hole and wound up leading police on the hundred mile, an hour arches with his five children, the car, and then live streaming himself on facebook, breathing with Cunanan and and trump to to save him. Now, this is this is this. This is ludicrous, so yeah, I think there is there is a danger, but at the same time I think that we we should also keep some perspective because it, throughout American, history they've always been times when when conspiracy theorist may they've gained a little bit more power than they usually as normally the sort of the sort of conspiratorial element of politics, really deeply conspiratorial element. Element sort of in the gutter political discourse, but once the while they they rise up and you really well. When when historical example is that? In the early nineteenth century, there was a party called the Anti Masonic Party and this was dedicated proposition that the freemasons running a shadow government that was controlling America in eighteen, thirty, two, this particular Anthony, solid part control ten percent of the House of Representatives. And was the first third party in history, so we are quite to that point where followers control ten percent of the house. This is you know something. There's other times there's the the know nothing party. The John Birch Society in the fifties, sixties, seventies of so this is something that comes in ebbs and flows, and we just might be a time right now. Where conspiratorial thinking is surging as popular union gaining some power. Now there's GonNa be a permanent save affairs, but I also feel like it a lot of people when they find things on the. Internet something that everyone needs to get into. A habit of is really double checking what you're finding. I A lot of people re tweet videos that are just audio, no video or videos that are extremely a muffled, and they see it as fact today. Re tweet threads from someone's random twitter as like a case of evidence, and I think we are still in the baby stages of the Internet, and maybe if we get to a place where we're more inclined to be informed into really research, the things that we're finding. Maybe we won't be as susceptible to a queue in on. I mean I would love I would love. Yeah, people were like. Yeah, we're like a little bit more. Discerning and the information that they get a little bit more skeptical, but it's not how people behave. People believe what they wanted to believe. I mean the Internet has it could enable someone to quickly research too quickly fact, check. Instead is sort of. Is Sort of a high-powered confirmation biased where they can serve speak-out in only recognize the information that validates them in just the filter out. Ignore all the information that's disconcerting to their beliefs and so. Yeah, I mean yeah, the Internet is very powerful, but is only effective depending on how you use it. Yeah, that's and that's what the Internet does best is. It puts US Center Echo Chambers, and just gives us what we want, which is dangerous, itself so the other reason why I wanted to talk about Hewitt on especially on this show is. One of the theories that they have is that they think that they are going to be as digital soldiers ushering in a new era. Lifting the veil on all of this, and it's called the the great storm. Would you tell us what the great storm supposed to be? Yes? Our the perfect time to do it. If you guys are listening to us like we're waiting. Yeah, right I. Mean Anytime I would love it if it happened. At least it would be a relief. I would be I'd be happily showed to be wrong, but. They say legally. It's like it's like if this would have. Oh, Shit, I guess. I was wrong CAJAL. Yeah, it's like it's like it's like the thing is I. It's like a lot of people accuse like for example like Tom. Hanks a being A. Child abuser with no evidence whatsoever. No I've I've watched a few few of movies by any particular attachment. Tomei, if you have any concrete evidence, you've done something nefarious our in love to see it so I know I just haven't seen anything, but Yeah, the yeah. The storm is basically this event that they believe that is a mass arrest of they accua followers believe that one day soon basically hop over a hundred thousand people from the highest levels of entertainment and politics in media will all get arrested swept up in the grand rate that will expose just how evil bail all are basically the like people like Your Lady Gaga then Congressman Adam Schiff and cal common after my Lady Gaga. Jake tap. It probably has done something terrible. CNN The ideas like people in these sorts of high powered influential positions won't get arrested and they're all either..
"john birch society" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"Orange Orange County to me, I think of the the sort of the heart of rock bed conservatism and Republicanism, I think ofyour Belinda Richard Nixon. I think of the John Birch society having come out of that area, but it's changed. It's changed dramatically. In fact, the old Orange County was the Orange County we think of from 1971. It was the hive of rock ribbed conservative Republicanism. That was exemplified in fact, by the political views of John Wayne, that Orange County does not exist anymore. It's much more diverse. Politically minorities. Ethnic groups have a much stronger voice in Orange County today than they did then. And and as we saw in November, when the last remaining Republican members of Congress were turfed out by the voters. It's become right now. Ah, 100% Democratic. Uh, delegation in Congress. Nate Shellman here filling in for Ray Appleton and folks you tell me are should the name of the airport be changed because some people are offended by what John Wayne said. Almost 50 years ago and over 50 years ago, should the name be changed? And when I'm asking you, I'm not asking you white people. I'm not asking you black people. I'm not asking you Latino people. I'm asking you. I'm asking whom ever calls 490 58 58 If the name of that airport should be changed Cause I also want to know where the level is. Is it offensive? If one person says the defense, it's offensive, or is it offensive to people think it's offensive or 200 or 2000 or 200,000? You get what I'm asking. I've said some things over time that have offended some people. I honestly don't care if I had A conscience. I'd care. But I don't I don't say things to offend If you're offended by what I say that is your problem, not mine. Should John Wayne's name be removed from an airport because he believed, he said at a certain time. I believe In white supremacy. We can't all of a sudden get down on our knees and turn everything over to the leadership of the blacks. I don't believe in giving authority and positions of leadership and judgment, too irresponsible people. I don't feel guilty words of John Wayne. I don't feel guilty about the fact that five or 10 generations ago these people were slaves. Now I'm not condoning slavery. It's just a fact of life like the kid who gets infantile paralysis and has to wear braces so he can't play football with the rest of us. Words of John Wayne. To the airport be renamed. 1971 interview. Cause by the way you can change the name of the airport and people are still going to call it John Wayne Airport. Until it's renamed something else. Strong words. I had no idea those words came out of John Wayne's mouth. All I knew about John Wayne was his original name, Aryan and Daddy. Played a cowboy. He was just in a lot of films. That's all I knew about John Wayne. This story. Brought all brought in 1971 Playboy interview to the forefront. It again, guys. If you were a boy in 1970 even if you're a guy in 1971 you didn't You didn't read the You didn't read the interviews. You did. Maybe it did if it was John Wayne. That was a little different. 490 58 58 4905858 I was watching movies as I tend to do. And I couldn't help but Since everyone's at a heightened state of sensitivity. I couldn't help but be sensitive myself. What else can we get rid of? Where is the line? I don't believe in offending for offensive taken by the way, I do not believe in white supremacists. What I don't get to control everyone's attitude. My name's Nate Shellman. For those of you that don't understand Last names or some fixes. I'm half Jewish whites of premise. Want nothing to do with me? Nothing. I'm not pure enough for them. We don't get along. I can't change their bigot of ways. Nor can they change my history of my dad being Jewish. They can do their white supremist things and I could live my life and as long as they don't keep me from succeeding, I don't care about them as long as they don't threaten me. With bodily harm. They can call me all the names they want. But I couldn't help but watch a movie that I I saw it. Come on, And every time this movie comes on, I have to stop everything I'm doing and watch it. It had been such a long time since I had seen Pulp Fiction. And I remember when it came out in the theater when saw in the theater. It was one of the few movies I actually watched and didn't make out with my girlfriend during I watch Pulp fiction, and I gotta tell you folks, Quentin Tarantino, one of my favorite One of my favorite directors out there. I love all things. Tarantino movies. I don't care what he thinks. What he says outside of his movies. I love his scripts. I love the performances. I love the characters. I love their attitude. Great. And he uses certain language in his movies. He uses the n word. He uses homosexual derogative Sze Plenty in his movies. Plenty. I thought to myself. I wonder how long before The movie channels start being told what movies they can or can't play? Because well, that language that the rated R isn't enough. A four letter word isn't enough. Now, maybe we should just stop playing those movies..
"john birch society" Discussed on The How-To Heretic
"The fact the leading department stores at the time were levies. Isaacs Goldstein's and Silverman's out on that Christmas income did nothing to dissuade Ford. Yeah back in the nineteen fifties. The far right John Birch Society decided to get in on the action writing yet another pamphlet with the title. That goes Christmas among a ton of random shit. Was this jam quote what they now want to put. They is obviously that Jews. What they now want to put over on on the American people is simply this department stores throughout the country to utilize U. N. symbols and emblems Christmas decorations? The the globalism globalist conspiracy started earlier than I rate. That's amazing amazing. So now the actual actual term the war on Christmas was apparently coined by a conservative author named Peter Brim. Low in one thousand nine hundred five in an article titled Alien Nation Common Common Sense about America's immigration disaster which Stephen Miller reads as he chokes himself a brim. Low launched a website in one thousand nine hundred nine uncalled VIDEIRA DOT com. Which is a reference to Virginia? Dare I know it is can I say yeah. The believed to be the first white person and born in the new world. That's correct you got it. Yep so that's this. Motherfucker is the site would published compilations of quote unquote attacks on Christmas. US that were basically overblown anecdotes of people or businesses saying happy holidays instead of Merry Christmas. So let's talk about that for a second at the very least there..
"john birch society" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"So I am and forgive me I'm not sure you guys is that a campaign ad for the trump campaign I'm not sure what the origin is for this produced this slickly produced video but in any event the message is pretty clear to understand Mitt Romney doesn't have any good faith intention when it comes to Donald Trump and Mitt Romney is going to play a role in the president's future because it seems obvious to me that if anybody's inclined to jump ship from the Republican Party and vote to convict this president for doing absolutely nothing wrong other than have a conversation with the president of Ukraine that was anything but no various it'll be Mitt Romney and I I I keep hearing and I'm glad those clips have re emerged where Romney was kissing up to president trouble if anybody can carry us to the promised land it's him he wanted a job he wanted a role in the trump administration well why if you have such a personal objection to all things trump well maybe president trump's theory in that video is correct he was trying to infiltrate the trump administration as as a secret asset as the jeep state player who's gonna try to take the president down from within I that seems very plausible don't you one eight hundred six five five Mike one open line eight hundred six five five six four five three will start with Philip Philip how you doing today good my good good way to talk to you thanks for your call I was so glad to hear you're bringing up I thought I would let you know on some things are I learned air stir president trump was elected something made me go and look in the world book encyclopedia I believe it was nineteen eighty two but it was in the early eighties in the public school classroom where I was clean and the janitor at night god she is out here it high so let's look up the last name Rodney for some reason here it had a whole history of mit Romney's father George right now George was governor of it turns out of Michigan Michigan right in in nineteen sixty four and he helped torpedo Barry Goldwater's presidential election is a Republican governor he was supposed to Barry Goldwater and what what these people are on the president's case because he's bringing the troops out of Syria it's some it's amazing and and fill up I got I got to add to your great research I'm glad you took the time to do this because I got an email about this very subject over the weekend as well as further research in it but it's true in the nineteen sixty four Republican National Convention Michigan governor George Romney had a very specific mission I'm reading this from CBS news an archived article from CBS news Romney did not aim to scuttle the impending nomination of Arizona very go Arizona got senator Barry Goldwater who was beloved by much of the GOP base but he did aim to alter the Republican Party platform to affirm that some extremist groups who viewed Goldwater is an ally the John birch society.
"john birch society" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"It is the Brentwood herbal show him, sixty talk at breaking news. Sheet? It's a lead was on the Sunday shows and because we were not on Monday couldn't play for you. What we're shooting until he had to say on the Sunday shows. So don't let anybody tell you that we don't adequately cover the state of Michigan, Republican and democrat because we've done a lot of at this hour. Here's repeatedly but she talking impeachment, she's talking about impeaching Trump someone she's talking about. Okay. Here is reputed to lube, breaking down the stakes and what's going on in our country, go well, I can tell you as one of the newest members of congress, the traditional congressional oversight process isn't working from subpoenas, and trying to figure out what's going on with children being caged, at the border still waiting for a response from this administration from even my colleagues on the other side of the aisle when we're asking for a big pharma to come before oversight committee to testify about high cost of insulin. And they're telling them you don't have to come before the committee, a lot of the corruption that you see through the Oval Office has already seeping into the congressional to the halls of congress. I can tell you from day one this president has. Misled congress has undermined his own cabinet members and has lied to the American people. This is not about twenty twenty elections about doing what's right now for our country. This is going to be a precedent that we set when we don't hold this president accountable to the rule of law, and the United States constitution. Just look at the fact that currently over a number of these power, but the public's trust is at stake. And we can't sit back idly and think that we can just pass healthcare reform and all of these issues, which are critically important. But at the same time you have an administration, it's not providing the information, not following through on subpoenas. It goes hand in hand, and I think we need to stop separating the fact that we're trying to change people's lives for the better, but we have an administration that continues to the United States constitution. I mean we got page about here. It's just terrible. We hate everybody. We hit everything you watch stuff like that. You what do you do? Here's what you can do what you do go to barbecue tonight and hang out with our good friends, Debbie Lanson and her amazing team. They're having a meeting tonight at Mike's barbecue thirteen fifty six west valley Parkway. They're going to have Chris Megason of solutions for change helping the homeless turn their lives around. Come on. We've been talking about that and Joe Penza field coordinator for the John Birch society talking about what they're doing to save the Republic. So get over there. They usually starts like a six five five thirty six get yourself. Some barbecue can get some information. That's look. Democracy depends on you, John. I know it does bend on, on me. I don't know that we're responsible for that. But, you know, the depend on Chris Hayes, though. It tip, here's you got Chris. This is Chris Hayes. I you know, I can't even tell you how much more I would rather hear from Isaak's who I like a lot and was talented singer in an amazing man. But this is Chris Hayes tog. I'm very uncomfortable talking about how the troops are heroes and this is despicable. I'm WARNING PLEASE don't punch radio. Please don't do anything rash. But you got to hear this because this is the cost of to get said go thinking today and observing Memorial Day that'll be happening. Tomorrow had just talked with the tenant colonels super who was a casualty officer with the marines and had to tell people and. I back. Sorry, I think it's interesting because he is,.
"john birch society" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"And his website, of course, is money music dot com, and we're looking at some of the valuable records that he has put together and this would be one of those, that's number nine on John's list from the birds in nineteen sixty five Columbia, Forty-five RPM record the times, they are changing with the picture sleeve worth up to twenty five hundred bucks. Ruse. All righty. We got let's see here. Yeah. We got Greta in the seabreeze Florida joining us tonight. Hello, greta. And your other radio. Greta, what's on your mind? From town. Yeah. Diana Ross presents the Jackson Five. Yes. Value of it. We'll some Motown records can be very valuable. That's not among them, though. I wish it were the is worth up about twenty dollars. I'm free. That's all. Thanks a lot. You bet. Thanks for playing vinyl out here. Sorry about that. Yeah. Sometimes things are worth money, sometimes they're not. And again, John Marshall, the guy who knows this sort of thing as we go to the next call here. Let me ask John, have you ever seen a records value change abruptly? Let's say maybe. Oh, I don't know at untimely death of an artist. Like say Elvis, or, or Michael Jackson or anything of that nature to do these values ever change abruptly. No, the death of a recording artist or any notoriety. Does not affect that. You only time will affect value. The only thing when you asked me, a question like that, that comes to mind, we were talking earlier, about Phil spector. He put out sixty three the Phil spector Christmas album at one point, it was selling up to five hundred dollars, and then someone found one hundred thousand copies of warehouse in New York, and drop the price real fast, so those sorts of things can happen. But the death of a recording artist bone hurt the value. Interesting. All righty, one eight six six five. O jimbo's go to Jim in Cleveland home of the rock and Roll Hall of fame coincidentally. Hello, jim. Hi, JIMBO and mighty John. Freewheeling. Bob dylan. Looking on here it says it's the talking World War. Three blues is that. It has to say talking, John Birch society blues. And even if it does you still have to play the record to make sure it's on there. This record. And he does talk about the John Birch society on it, but it's just a different to the song, right? Yeah. What happened was he was going to sing that song on the Sullivan show in nineteen sixty three and the produces said, you know, this is kind of controversial maybe libel. And so they called Columbia records and Columbia records agreed. And they called the person point. We gotta stop the presses, but of course before they could stop the presses copies got out. And that's what makes it a collectible stereo. KC s eighty seven eighty six is that worth anything you think? No. Well, it started tremendous collectible an album without talking, John Birch society, blues would be up around fifty dollars. All right. Thanks for your listeners call. Jim Braschi it, it very much. One eight six six five O, JIMBO one eight six six five O five four six two six. John Marshall, our guest. You can call him. Mighty. I do. Friends and family. Golly, mighty mighty would Japan. Addressing Greg him. Alexandria Virginia is with us. I greg. My question is about album came out in nineteen seventy-one book. Like I believe, live Yardbirds, featuring Jimmy page. Concert american. They did March thirty nine hundred sixty eight. Yeah. We talked a little earlier bootlegs have no established value. You can't put a collectible value on something that's considered illegal. So it doesn't mean that somebody would want to buy it. It just means you can't put a price on it. Okay. Thank you. You bet. Appreciate your call. And we have have more to come stay on the line. We will get to your calls, by the way with John Marshall again. The John runs a fascinating website, money music dot com. Just fun to browse the honestly, and again, you find out about the value of records that record collectibles record collectors. I should say we'll collect again with all these quirks that we have mentioned tonight. Sometimes it stereo versus mono. Sometimes it's a picture, sleeve, or the, the vinyl itself may be a particular color. But the ends of the outs the John knows them forwards and backwards. And as I said, sometimes we've had people call into the show with just an old box of, of throwaway stuff that they've discovered. They're, they're sitting on several thousand dollars. They didn't even know about. So it's kind of fun. It's, it's a break from the, the usual humdrum that, that we feed on these parts, and it's just a John's kind morale-boosters the way I look at it back and we'll. More with.
"john birch society" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Just say, hey, Alexa, play WBZ NewsRadio an iheartradio to get nightside. With Dan Ray on WBZ, NewsRadio ten thirty. My guest Jeff Robbins. We're talking about what I consider an he considers to be anti semitic. Tweet by a newly elected Minnesota. Congressman this particular congresswoman happens to have been born in Somalia emigrated to this country. She is thirty seven years of age, Jeff when you growing up yet groups like the John Birch society, and George Lincoln Rockwell and a lot of the anti-semitism in this country was clearly on the right hand side of the political spectrum as we mentioned, it has metastasized on the other side. I have played this comment for the last couple of years. It was a comment that was made. At at the time of the Occupy Wall street movement. You may have heard this before, but this was a teacher self identify teacher in Los Angeles who was involved in an Occupy Wall street demonstration. And there was in my opinion in the Occupy Wall street movement, some underlying images and and. Antisemitic instincts. But this was the comment that I played a few times. And I want to get your reaction to it. Because they think that this is just not the ravings of the rantings of a single congress member, I think that there are people on the far left who share this set of points, including and again, if you consider Farrakhan, I'm not sure where we'd put him, but he's obviously another virulent anti Semite. This was a woman from two thousand fifteen in Los Angeles. Amen affiliation.
"john birch society" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"To me that they use the southern poverty Law Center as an adviser on hate, that's like using the John Birch society. Years ago. Yes. Is a left-wing hate group. They've already been found guilty in court for smearing people. And that's what they they want the country rid of anything that is not left-wing and Spotify listens to them. That's that's what it is. It's the stranglehold on thought in this country. And then people vote democrat standing that. All they do is reinforced the heat that comes from the left and the antagonism to free speech. Spotify is the latest. Just one day last week. We got a letter a lot of places have covered. This won't be covered. Of course in the liberal media. They don't tell you. How much strangulation of thought there is? Which reminds me to tell you to join amac American Association of mature association of mature American citizens if you're fifty or over there fighting the good fight. It's belief sixteen dollars a year, you'd get your money back many times over in the discounts that you will receive, but they are the opposite of AARP. So here's the story for those of you listening or on the left AARP is your home for those of you not on the left to be conservative. Just not on the left. Amac.
"john birch society" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Ask them a question could you point to one word of hate in four hundred videos? Of the producer has related to me that they use the southern poverty Law Center. As an adviser on hate. That's like using the John Birch society. Years ago. The s p l c is a left-wing. He group. They've already been found guilty in court for smearing people. And that's what they they want the country rid of anything that is not left wing and Spotify listens to them. That's that's what it is. It's the stranglehold on thought in this country. And then people vote democrat, not understanding that all they do was reinforced the heat that comes from the left and the antagonism to free speech. Spotify is the latest. Just one day last week. We got a letter places of covered. This won't be covered. Of course in the liberal media. They don't tell you. How much strangulation of thought there is? Which reminds me to tell you to join amac American Association of mature association of mature American citizens if you're fifty or over there fighting the good fight. It's I believe sixteen dollars a year, you'd get your money back many times over in the discounts that you will receive. But they are the opposite of AARP. So here's the story for those of you listening or on the left AARP is your home for those of you not on the left you after be conservative. Just not.
"john birch society" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Them a question could you point to one word of hate in four hundred videos? The producer has related to me that they use the southern poverty Law Center as an adviser on hate, that's like using the John Birch society. Years ago. The P L C is a left-wing hate group. They've already been found guilty in court for smearing people. And that's what they they want the country rid of anything that is not left-wing and Spotify listens to them. That's that's what it is. It's the stranglehold on thought in this country. And then people vote democrat, not understanding that all they do is reinforce the hate that comes from the left and the antagonism to free speech. Spotify is the latest. Just one day last week. We got a letter a lot of places have covered. This won't be covered. Of course in the liberal media. Don't tell you. How much strangulation of thought there is? Which reminds me to tell you to join amac American Association of mature association of mature American citizens if you're fifty or over there fighting the good fight. It's I believe sixteen dollars a year. You get your money back many times over in the discounts that you will receive, but they are the opposite of AARP. So here's the story for those of you listening or on the left AARP is your home for those of you not on the left. You have to be conservative..
"john birch society" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"There wasn't a huge amount of press about it. Now, the right has decided to disown Steve king because he said something so agree just that. There's just no way to walk back from it. And it's too it's incredibly obvious. It's too obvious for him to wiggle. Oh out of as he may have in the past. So what does the left to the right? Condemn Steve king and excises him. Right. They remove all his committee assignments he's being primary the NRC declared months ago, they wouldn't support him in his in his general election effort, even he almost lost with democrat in a heavy red district in Iowa. So the Republicans have been working to get rid of Steve king for a while here. Just like they got rid of ROY Moore, just like they worked to get rid of a bunch of Republicans in the past in the in the John Birch society in times past just like they worked to kind of fringe out, Pat Buchanan, his oak, the Republican party has tried to do this before. But every time the Republican party tries to do the right thing with somebody like Steve king. They media get one on the head by the left who say why didn't you do this before what took you so long? You know, the fact that you even want to get rid of Steve king is demonstrative of the fact, you are racist the way this works is if you don't get rid of Steve Kenya racist. If you do get rid of Steve king, you're also racist. Because you didn't get rid of Steve king before in. Instead of one glad that you finally came around on Steve king. It's one glad you finally gave her a Kim around on seeking. But not really I'm not really that. Glad you came around on Steve king. In fact, you're an idiot for having apologized or for having come around on Steve king in the first place. You wonder why so many Republicans so many people on the right are willing to double down in defense of people who should not be defended. It's because if you actually come out and condemn bad behavior on your own side. You don't get credit for it from the left. Instead, the left suggest that you are part of the broader racist movement. And it's that that has allowed people on the right and given impetus to people on the right to give benefit of the doubt in cases, where maybe they shouldn't have given benefit of the doubt. If you call everything racist people in the right are immediately going to say, well, you've called like you hold Mitt Romney racist. So I would I take you seriously when you call this other personal racist. Maybe you're just deliberately misinterpreting them to your acting in bad faith, the left refuses to acknowledge that it has ever mislabeled anyone racist folks on the left believe that every time they label something racist. It is racist. And there is no prob. Them of over broadly applying label racist because everything is racist in their view. Now if everything is racist, then that's going to lead to a reactionary response that goes overboard in which people assume that nothing is racist. Which of course is also not true. But watch the reaction of folks on the left to the right condemning Steve king like literally every major Republican I've spoken to or who has commented publicly condemned Steve king. He's his base of support has been completely undercut. And yet Bill Maher Bill Maher who's used the N word on his own show. I should mention at Bill Maher goes on MSNBC talking to Chris Matthews, and he suggests that Republicans are so racist that we're supposed to cheer them for denouncing what you Premacy. No, you're supposed to actually treat it. Honestly when people do the right thing. But we can't do that. We have to rip people when they do the right thing bar is Chris. That were cheering the Republicans because they say, we don't believe in white supremacy. This is how far down we've gone. This is where they draw the line..
"john birch society" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Do then you're less likely down John disease. And then if you have Dontrelle disease diseases sought to lower levels of the sex hormone testosterone and increase inflammation, like impotence. It's also linked to poorly functioning blood vessels. So you see how I did that folks? Let's see real news. It sounds to clinical. I think I cut to the chase. No. I think you just created you created things that were are they're not true. And also also let me add an addendum to this. Having four riding your water because down in Kentucky, you know, where they have the three I cousin forty fornicated in the trailer park knuckle dragging mouth being the state of Kentucky the officials. They want to end the mandatory use of fluoride in the tap water that used to guarantee that it is not only effectively clean the water. But more importantly that she's gonna lead to clean teeth. So even if you're not brushing your teeth. You're drinking tap down their nose you already in the water. Yeah. And now the state of Kentucky wants to ban flow right now. You know, you have four right in toothpaste. Yeah. Now, why why would they want to ban? It though. This goes back to the old John. Birch shied you right wing. In california. This is when Ronald Reagan was governor, the John Birch society wanted to ban the use of fluoride in the water supply because they felt it was a poison that eventually would cause tooth decay instead of strengthening the animal and preventing cavities. And there was a massive movement to no longer put fluoride in the water. Well, I think that's unfortunate. Because I think that people need a little bit of extra kick, you know, in their health routine in their in their oral health routine. So to speak on well, you get that extra kick when you get the old fashioned listerine. That's hey, that's all alcohol. I know it's like it's like burns my now, we'll go to gargle with the old fashioned listerine. And it's sorta like your woozy after which because it's like alcohol are well, we used to call bums who would be picked up and thrown into the drunk wagon who drink the oldest Doreen. Oh, I know. I've heard that. Yeah. And they would drink that polish drink we get high from that well fellas with gum disease were two point eight five times more likely to suffer erectile dysfunction. So if you wanna be solid in the sack, I would suggest making sure that your choppers are. Does anybody believe this? No, this is a. Probably guys who haven't brushed their teeth in a month of Sundays. You don't have a reptile dishpan. But that's the point. See it's not it's not saying that if you don't brush your teeth twice a day, you'll have a reptile this function that is fake news. That's not what this says we are merely saying if you don't brush your teeth if you don't take care of your gums and your teeth properly you run the risk of what you run the risk of..