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Fresh update on "jon stewart" discussed on Saturday Night On The Circle
"Hat tricks. We present a trinity of audio clips, which illustrate how wildly the cultural the culture is fluctuating. Liberals, Jon Stewart and Bill Mayer, pump the brakes on their bases. The left agenda becomes more divorced from reality than ever before. Both comedians call into question the conventional wisdom from their parties. But is it too little too late? And finally we witnessed the curtains fall? The curtains curious fall from grace of one, Mike Pence as he faces scorn and then an indignation from the Trump faithful here at all on this week's edition of Hat tricks with Hatcher. It's time for another one of Hatcher's hat tricks. The story you're about to see is true. The names have been changed to protect the innocent. You're listening to Saturday night on the circle. 93 w IBC..
Why Do We Care When Liberals Finally Agree With Us?
"With comments about Jon Stewart. Emails texts all over the Internet. Hey, did you hear what Jon Stewart had to say? No, not really. No, no, he was on Stephen Colbert Show. I know it's Colbert and I call him Colbert just to annoy either for Well, he's making the case that that the virus came from the Wuhan lobbying, and Stephen Colbert doesn't like it and it's really it's really good. Okay? Got it. And I listened to it. It really was good. It was very good. Hey, last week. Did you hear what Bill Morris said? No. I didn't hear what Bill Maher said. Oh, yeah, It was really good. What he said about going to college. It was really and it was really good. Okay, Very good. Now what? What does it mean? You know, Russia used to say he was so right on. Why do we need the liberals or even leftist to validate our principles? Why do we get so excited? When one out of 101 kind of 1000 times. They say something that We agree with Maybe it's because people are in love with Hollywood. Television or the movie. I don't know, to be perfectly honest with you. I was spending almost the
Fresh update on "jon stewart" discussed on Saturday Night On The Circle
"You're listening to Saturday night on this circle on 93. W I. P. C. My welcome back Indianapolis We'll start off the hour by telling you of a tragedy, which is visited the Biden household. But first a preview of what will be discussing over the hour. I encourage you to stay tuned to the one the only 93 W I. B. C because I have some stellar audio outlined for the show gathered from across the week. I think you'll find enlightening and enjoyable. Starting in the first segment will begin with a passionate speech by Ty Smith and later in the hour, we'll be playing excerpts from both Jon Stewart and Bill Mayer. Surprisingly cogent, Uh, Supreme Court has dealt yet another blow to a conservative called the conservative fight against Obamacare and later in the hour finishing up we'll be talking about, uh, The Clinton body count, continuing to swell as well as the saga of Mark and Patricia McCloskey, potentially coming to well, this chapter anyway, coming to a close. Also next hour, some special guests will be joining me on the air to discuss the plight of critical race theory of vaccination and mask policy in schools Right here in the Hoosier Heartland of Indiana. So again, stay tuned. I think you're going to enjoy the show, but I want to begin. With a bit of tragedy that was announced earlier today in the Biden household Family Dog champ has officially passed away beloved Pat German Shepherd of President Biden and the Biden family. I, You know, look, political differences aside, I sympathize with the law loss of a pet champ has been a member of the Biden family since 2000 and eight And although I'm not exceptionally familiar with dogs, as I understand it, German shepherd reaching the age of 12 and 13 years old is about as old as they come. So clearly a dog that was well taken care of in his lifetime, also believed to be the first rescue animal to inhabit. The White House. So you know, I mean, look, you can criticize obvious Biden's obvious ineptness at running the country, but it's not easy for anybody when you lose a pet, and especially after myself, having lost three animals again, I sympathize with the plight of the president. In their statement, they released that he passed away peacefully at home. He was our constant cherished companion during the last 13 years. And was adored by the entire Biden family wherever we were, we were he wanted to be, and everything was instantly better when he was next to us. And, honestly, how many of that How many of us can echo those sentiments when referring to our own paths? You know, in many cases they are are close and cherished friends and companions. Uh, that's very wonderful thing. I think I've mentioned that before. I love cats. Um, but but curiously. Champ drew the indignant IRA of one conservative and this is when I think ideology can sometimes turn nasty and when it doesn't even make sense, because, of course, it's perfectly logical to criticize the ineptness of President Biden's handling of the country of, uh I'm sorry I'm doing and trying to do a few things that once typing and talking at the same time. Don't do that, anyway. Biden's inept handling of the country and then also, you know, like, Keep it, um Keep it strictly political and then take it away from the personal because it's just ugly. And what I'm trying to say if I can find the audio is Greg Kelly was besmirching this 12 year old dog or just earlier this year for essentially No reason at all to and here's the audio for yourself. You can listen to yourself. Craig Shirley Reagan biographer, presidential historian Greg Welcome back, and Doug Wead, presidential historian, Former advisor George H. W. Bush. That's the White House where I remember Millie Millie had like a staff and they really took care of her very beautiful dog. This dog looks like from I'm sorry from the junk yard and I love that dog, but he looks like he's not been well cared for. They are not that dog. Thank you for having us. No, it looks very dirty and shoveled and, uh, very unlike a presidential dog. What a bizarre segment for the show. It's a 12 year old dog, which people on Twitter were quick to point out. That's a very old for a shepherd. And you're probably not going to be looking your best at your oldest either. Certainly, my old cat who lived to almost 15 was not looking his best in his final days. And sure, sure enough, just a few months later, Champ ended up passing away. So we do send our condolences to the Biden family for their tragedy, but certainly no sympathy for the complete mishandling of the presidency anyway. Another. This is a fascinating audio bite, and it's a little bit long, but I wanted to get to it. Um, this is a man He's actually a radio host, and you'll see why in a minute Mister Ty Smith was addressing an Illinois school board at the Bloomington School district 87 earlier this month and his speech. His five minute speech has been somewhat condensed, but it's gone viral, and he absolutely tears apart critical race theory, and it's important. Because this is a black man doing so and and he does so very eloquently. Here's just a small portion of his passion speech before the school board. You talk about critical race theory, which is pretty much gonna be teaching kids how to hate each.
Whether We Like It or Not, Jon Stewart Has a Lot of Credibility on the Other Side
"Weird. We're not calling it the Panamanian Canal Zone virus. We're not calling it the Austin, Texas virus. There are bats all over Australia. They're not calling it the Sydney or sure they're not calling it the Bondi Beach virus. They're calling it to Wuhan virus from China. And yet, Colbert. Colbert can't stand that. And he acknowledges openly on his show laughs about it. Yeah, we're probably going to edit this out. I don't know when they stopped taping, but I wish they would have stopped taping a minute ago because I'm a leftist, then left this thing conservatives are people really bad people with ideas. And we even though you're not a conservative, you're saying things conservatives say when you say things conservatives say that has to be crushed immediately. Folks. Political war is downstream from the culture war. Again. Jon Stewart's done some great things for cops and firemen. Sure his heart's in the right place there, but he's no friend to the conservative movement. He hasn't been for a long time. Done a lot of damage to strong conservative ideas. When these incidents happen, we need to highlight them. Because he has credibility on the other side. It pains me to tell you this that we simply don't have We are never going to break through unless ambassadors like this, whether they're taking up the mantle or not do the job some of the job for us
Bongino's Golden Rules; Conservatives Need to Break Through Cultural Ambassadors
"Liberals are people with bad ideas. Liberals don't take that of us. Liberals think we're bad people with ideas. You understand There's a difference. You remember those golden rules? That's golden rule number two Golden Rule number one. Is most Republicans are really Democrats. But no Democrats are really Republicans. You'll never be disappointed in a politician again. When you keep that golden rule in mind, That's golden rule number one, but number two liberals think we are bad people. With ideas. Why does that matter? It matters because the minute you open your mouth. It doesn't matter what you say with your idea. You are a quote, bad person. And you're to be shouted that racist, misogynist transit foam homophobic doesn't matter. Xenophobic phobia phobic for before Any word with the faux burn is that the end is you They don't hear what you're saying. You understand that they don't hear what you're saying. That matters for this next segment about culture. Politics being downstream from the culture. Because there are significant swaths of the culture right now that aren't listening to us. Supposed to say that, Dan, you got a radio show Popular Parlier Kiss Fox show great, terrific and I deeply appreciate it. And it's out there to inspire activists and good conservatives, libertarians and impressionable Democrats out there. It's out there to do that. That's the point of this talking. I'm not doing it to waste my breath. But the hard reality is a lot of these liberals and kids embedded in the culture. You may not be avid followers of politics, we can't break through to them. I don't know anything about my podcast. They didn't know anything about rush. They didn't know anything about Glenn or Sean or Marker Tucker or anything else. They've never heard it. But they do hear people like Jon Stewart. They do hear people like Bill Maher. They do hear people like these Ticktock influences out there. I can't emphasize you enough until we can grab some of these cultural ambassadors. Whether they're ambassadors for the conservative cause or not, and crack through that wall of your bad people with ideas, you conservatives, we will never be able to change the culture and therefore change the politics downstream.
Behind the Desk: The Story of Late Night
"Began because jenny was writing monologue jokes and she noticed that there were jokes that she loved that. Seth just could never say out loud. That voice belongs to the very talented amber ruffin. Before becoming a host herself of the amber ruffin show on the streaming service peacock amber was a writer and performer. On seth meyer's late night show on nbc amber and her pow. Jenny hegel another seth writer brin the shows writers room one day just kind of riffing on the fact that as a black writer amber and a gay writer jenny. They naturally thought of jokes. That were decidedly the frame of reference for seth who is neither black nor gay and also guy the new movie star wars the rise of skywalker features a lesbian kiss and for most women sodas college. We didn't think it was going to be anything. We just thought it would make us laugh. Seth like this is great will do it on the show. We do not show great and we were like okay. Well we did it and then they were like. When are we going to do the next one. Is you got to be kidding. Me on its survived. It was a jenny's idea because she didn't like the number of perfect less in jokes that we're going in the garbage. There is no area off camera more important to every late night television show. Then the writer's room let me take you inside for a tour throughout the long history of the the typical late night writer's room would resemble a corporate conference room after the visigoths got through with it a conference table and chairs yes but also piles of debris rolled up paper balls of failed jokes empty pizza boxes half eaten doughnuts allison silverman who has written for legends jon stewart. Stephen colbert got her first exposure in the late night room for another legend conan. O'brien more. Like what
Lawmakers Unveil Legislation for Veterans Exposed to Toxic Burn Pits
"Burn pits have made them ill. More than three million American veterans may have come in contact with dangerous fumes while serving overseas. Get more from CBS is Kris Van Cleave. To get help from the V. A suffering veterans have to first provide a direct service connection between their ailments and burn pit exposure should not be left to veterans to dig in their own pockets, do their own research to hire their own lawyers to prove that there were exposed New legislation from New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand would make the process easier. Requiring a veteran proved only they were deployed in an area where burn pits were used in order to qualify for help from the Via waste ignited by jet fuel is burned in those giant pits. Former Daily show host Jon Stewart. Is part of the effort to get the via into doing more for veterans who are exposed to the burn pits Woman from Revere, facing charges for allegedly running a prostitution business out of a day spa she owns
Ken Jennings pays tribute to Alex Trebek on "Jeopardy!"
"Today a little bit of a sad moment. Steve. What? Do you know what aired today? No. It into the first episode of Jeopardy with Ken Jennings, guest hosting for the late Bring Alistair back. Really? Yes. So I was watching the video during the boy is total said Oh, my gosh. He does a brief, You know little thing when setting up the show paying homage to Alex Trebek like saying how we get We can't replace him and he starts choking up during It was just so depressing to watch because they have been airing the last few that Alex Trebek had hosted when they taped him. And then this was the first one for their first guest host, Ken Jennings. I like how they say, first guest host as if they're not going to give him the job afterwards. Anyways, I told you, John, Stow it. If he doesn't get it, Jersey's own Jon Stewart. He should get it. I could see Johnston, Jon Stewart. Would be a great host for Joe. I think you might be. Hey. Might be might be a little too funny for no. You could work with him. Yeah, I guess we'll have to wait and see
Which are the best songs on Bruce Springsteen's Greatest Hits?
"So there are eighteen songs on greatest hits cd you want to just go through them in order and then you talk about whether you think it's a good song or not and then you said you have some addition a better not on this list that i would include. Yes looking at number one born to run. Obviously that's a first ballot right. Everybody acknowledges that went when you think of for springsteen and the music videos era. This one didn't have like one of those choreographed music videos but it was one of those concert video and i will say there's things about music are especially likable to me. I'm a big sent guy which doesn't use a lot of sense except for dancing in the dark has a lot of it which is probably why. It's one of my favorite songs his. I'm big on piano. And i'm big on horns. So born and ryan has a big horn section of the great clarence clemenceau. Yeah we're gonna run became on the radio. I wouldn't immediately change it. I bled it at least get through a couple of seconds before i said okay. I've had enough of that even before this recent awakening you would have said. Oh yeah. I knew the song. It would've been one of the five that i would given you as an original bruce springsteen number next to read thunder road is a song that resp- eurest adore. But i don't know if it says big and the general population. What do you think i. I had not really been familiar with the song until after we had our discussions. Yeah i do remember it coming on like radio back. In the olden days on classic rock and the ad like that it would get played every once in a while. But i never really paid attention to it. So once we started having our bruce discussions as you force fit it into how many episodes yes i did. Listen to it a little bit more. And i it kind of fits into the born to run that. That's one of the things about bruce springsteen that i don't like yeah he has acdc syndrome okay. We're a lot of his song. Sound almost exactly the same guy now. The musical arrangements don't necessarily sound that way. They will usually have some kind of piano. They will usually have some kind of porn section. For which is which i like. Yeah but you know what it is. It's his voice. His voice brings the band but only in certain songs. There's some songs for. He's entirely understandable. And then there's other times where it's nonstop own. He's basically doing fake. Bruce springsteen from the ben stiller show which was a great show by the way won't be wing. Linda would agree with you that his i don't understand what he say and he has said. It's like a hard mumble that somebody is doing while they're on the toilet trying to push one out. That is that he asked him to make. I've just lost my not necessarily that. That's always a bad thing. Don't forget all of the music surrounding the horrible. Singing is enjoyable. One of the questions. I ask in every week. Bruce does mary get in the car. So have you listened to the song enough to answer that question. I would need to actually read the lyrics because they are so unintelligible so near basically telling me that it's a song about people running away. Yeah and there at the end of it. There's a decision to be made or the girlfriend is deciding. She's going to run away. With bruce right kind of like you know the end of inception when the puppets that's exactly what it is so was that a yea or nay. Oh thunder road. Yeah when we go through this list. There's going to be very few that i would say. Don't count okay. not necessarily that. I think they're great song. But they are acknowledged consensus hits among just a masses. When i listened to that song it's so similar to born to run. I almost have a hard time separating. They almost feel like one really long song. And they're both from the same album and i think that was the theme. He was going through all right badlands. I like that one. I want to be rich for. Expend king teen is a sci-fi till he rules again another one that has really difficult lurks to understand. But i love the dignity. Ding ding ding again piano. I love really hard said piano music. Which is why. Even though bruce hornsby only has like three they are in great. Three one of the things that bruce wanted from the beginning and he still does is. He has a piano player and a keyboard player onstage with him. So you have the view cynth- and piano yes classical piano. That's that's really good combines. Both things that are really enjoy music. If you can get them both going at the same time. I like giant mashes of different kinds of sounds which is one of the reasons why i was drawn to wrap so much because rap samples so many different things at once inside a one song to a lot of people that would just sound like noise and are just a mess. I me i don't know how my brain processes things. But i love that kind of chaos within a song jokin. Good one of the other things as a sports fan when he does. Badlands live the fans. They start chanting almost like if you're in a soccer match so the river was a big hit. Yes buying knowledge that one. Although it's an extremely long song difficult to get all the way through depressing yes it. A lot of these songs are about people down on their luck yet. Town is closing the mill down. And i don't know if we're going to survive as a couple all you know. Is it time to budd dwyer off ourselves or should we go somewhere else. Yeah they all have that similar. Theme jon stewart. Talked about it that. When you listen to bruce springsteen you're no longer just the loser loser in an epic tale. Brian one of my favorite stories about the river. Think of his at the national show and someone held up a sign. Saying it's my nineteenth birthday. Will you play the river. And there's the line for my nineteenth birthday got a union card and a wedding coat. Burma i gotta union. And we're going do not ever heard the song just because adventures birthday. This is not a song. You play to celebrate Any and he was gonna play it anyway right every concert. There's a certain group of songs the river. Wow really yeah. I would think if you're going to pay that much money to go. See bruce springsteen he would understand okay. There is at least ten or fifteen off of my greatest hits that i know i need to give to the masses or else they are gonna revolt. Always do hide the fans. Think of that like Like if you go to springsteen concert and he doesn't do born to run. Do you feel disappointed. You've been like thirty concerts. So would know sam lison one of our poker buddies and one of our friends our podcast. He would gladly give a born to run to hear a different song. And my point is every show is someone's first show. And if you go to your first. Bruce springsteen show and he does it do born to rhyme. You're going to go. What the hell.
Jon Stewart will be back in the host's chair for Apple TV+
"News. Lina Return to TV for the former host of the Daily Show. It wasn't just eviscerating. We demolished Crush way annihilated things I can remember one night Even the Hulk was like, dude. Hey, slow down Jon Stewart's set to host a new current affairs programme on Apple TV after 16 years at the Daily Show. It's the
‘Green Lantern’ series headed to HBO Max
"How? Come. All right. So look I'm not GonNa, hold his movie against the character I just saying that I had to Kinda bad outside experiences without ever getting to the actual. Himself so. Maybe. Hopefully, this will all change when Hbo Max Pulls Over Green on Green Lantern Corps. which is coming to HBO. Max`ed some point I. Don't know when. But Christian news somebody sent a shed you did not look amusement. I you big Green Lantern Fan. I you know he's fine. I like the comics a lot. That's the weird thing like green lantern is one of my favorites, but it also depends on which green lanterns yours like the mythology is. So convoluted at this point that I think it's really hard to make an emotional entry point like if you're not into green lantern at this point in your life, you're probably not going to be into. But having said that I find interesting about this is HBO Max obviously sparing no expense they green lit that Gotham show a couple of weeks ago about the Gotham. PD. And now they're you know jumping into the HBO mce lantern of it all which is decidedly not grounded. Right? Like got them PD law and order in the Batman Universe. Shit. But but green lantern play that's space and you know what I mean like there's a lot of different things going on with that. So they're going to have to throw some real money at it. They Green Lit Marc Guggenheim who Here's an interesting caveat. Guggenheim is the CO creator of era but also one of the original writers on the two thousand eleven green lantern. So you talked about getting a fucking second chance. This guy's going to get a second chance that shouldn't inspire much confidence yet. Like I've been saying for weeks where we talk about these comic book properties that are being turned into television I, think this is the better version of these stories. Especially because they're not going to be telling stories about John Stewart or Hal Jordan like. Some people say Shit. Gum Out I don't WanNa hear that really yes. Some people have already been asking who's going to be how Jordan? WHO's GONNA be John Stewart everybody's got that casting ready and whatnot. So yeah, it looks like they're not going to be in there at all people appealing a fuck bet as all I know that's all I wanted. College some Guy Gardner fans out there I'm sure some some. What's his name Alan Scott Alan Scott fans out there. But I think the reason they're doing this by the way because my biggest question when they first announced this was like but what about the Green Lantern Corps film that they were supposed to be doing right the DC you I mean everything's in up. In the air but they were still planning on doing something like that, and I think they're trying to do a separation of church and state here by doing how Jordan Jon Stewart stories over there in the feature films, and then being able to focus on some of the expanded rosters from the Actual Lander Court. Yeah.
New Borat Movie Coming Soon
"Another movie that was announced this week out of nowhere and will be arriving in our homes in. Two days is. A new movie the name of this borat movie is Borat Colon Gift of pornographic monkey to vice premier Mikhail pens to make benefit recently diminished nation of Kazakhstan. We just saw trailer for this movie this of course, the Sasha Baron Cohen vehicle in which he portrays a Cossack man who is visiting America to learn about it's I don't know it's it's trials it's tribulations it's rituals it's it's fallacies it's difficulty it's humor and I don't know if we needed another borat movie either I think the first Borat movie is one of the great movies of twenty-first-century at least one of the great movie stunts of the twenty first century that being said I I would happily receive this today I really have a problem with it I think it's interesting. The Sasha. Who is about to begin an Oscar campaign for his role as Abbie Hoffman in the trial of the? CHICAGO. Seven. has also decided to almost simultaneously release a Borat Movie I. Think that could work in two directions for him. Certainly, it will make him more famous. Again, it will put more people. A brighter light on him at this moment but also it could work to undermine his seriousness as a performer because. Or at is Borat. Yes I my reaction to this was on the one hand I'll take any new movie that I can get at this point in two thousand twenty but on the flip side. Do, we need this particular movie right now and. Recently, I, guess I'M GONNA announce this on this podcast. I made a letterbox profile. Everyone. You broke me I. Did it okay. Congratulations. Is your is your top row just Borat four times. So instead of watching. Recent, live news events. I just like hit in a room and indexed on my letterbox profile every single movie that I've watched I. Think I think I made it back to like may anyway one of the movies that I put on that profile was resistible. Jon Stewart movie and I did not give it a great rating and I was thinking about that movie and just how of its time it felt by by which I mean two, thousand, six, two, thousand, seven like that. Jon Stewart era and how much that rubbed both of us the wrong way and I can't help. Feeling that Borat. which was released in two thousand and six might just be a two thousand, six cultural product that doesn't really speak to twenty twenty in the same
Jon Stewart Uses His Celebrity To Bring Attention To Vets Exposed To Burn Pits
"Of Iraq and Afghanistan who were exposed to toxic burn pits and are now dealing with lung diseases in cancers. Wow, he previously worked if you remember what's first responders who developed health problems. After the 9 11 attacks. So Jon Stewart going above and beyond great. Yes, Absolutely. That's elitist Jury confined more on
Heaven and Hell with Bart Ehrman
"Hey welcome to stuff to blow your mind. My name is Robert Lamb and I'm Joe McCormick and this week. We are going to be featuring a couple of interviews. That I recorded last week because last week Robert, you were out of quote, the office you or at least you off work for a bit and so so I recorded conversations with authors of some books one book. That's already out this year in one book. That's coming up so on Thursday of this week. We're going to be airing a conversation that I had with the author of A. A fascinating upcoming book about the evolutionary biology of cancer, but today we're going to be exploring topic in the realm of ancient history and religion. If you've followed us for a while, I think you probably know this about us that one of our favorite kind of trails to go down his tracing the evolution of religious ideas through ancient history I mean I think I've outed myself on this podcast before. As a the kind of nonreligious person who loves the Bible. Can I love to read ancient religious texts and learn about them and see how the ideas from. From the ancient world of super filtered through to us today and shape to the societies we live in, and that's exactly the kind of thing. We're GONNA be diving into in this episode I'm talking with a secular Biblical historian named Bart Erman about his most recent book, which is called Heaven and hell a history of the afterlife. This book was released in March of this year by Simon. And Schuster, and it's all about the Christian ideas of life after death where they come from ancient history, what influence their development and how they changed over time so? So there was a part that cited in the intro of Bart's book where he talks about a pew research poll that was conducted a few years ago. I think. Maybe it was in two thousand fifteen. Where it found that seventy two percent of Americans believe in a literal heaven and fifty eight percent believe in literal hell, and yet I think most Americans would be deeply surprised, even shock to learn what historians can show about the origins of these beliefs in the strange thing. Is that like the historical conclusions that Bart's GonNa talk about in this episode? Are Not fringe or unusual among secular scholars of the Bible, in historians of the ancient Near East This is utterly mainstream, critical scholarship, and yet I think regular people are especially in the united. States, are going to find it very surprising. Yeah, absolutely, and I want to stress something here for everybody, so I just got back. To work this morning and I plugged into a pre production cut of this interview and it's really it's really excellent, so if you're even slightly scared away by the idea of an interview with a secular biblical scholar don't be because Barda is tremendous. He's he's funny. Very High Energy. I think you're really going to enjoy this chat. Joe Had with Bart here. Yeah, parts full of knowledge, good humor passion for his subject. I think you're really going to enjoy the episode, but before we can do it I'll just give a little bit of background on Bart's here's his biography Bart. D Ehrman is a leading authority on the New Testament and the history of early Christianity, and the author or editor of. Of more than thirty books, including the New York Times bestsellers misquoting Jesus, how Jesus became God, and the triumph of Christianity, and that last one's really interesting. It's about how Christianity took over the Roman Empire and went from a really small religion, too dominant religion of the empire, and just a matter of a few centuries anyway, so he is a distinguished professor of religious studies, the University of North Carolina Chapel, Hill and he. He has created eight popular audio and video courses for the great courses. He has been featured in time. The New Yorker The Washington Post and has appeared on NBC CNN and the daily show with Jon Stewart as well as the history channel National Geographic Channel BBC NPR, all the hits his most recent book is Heaven and Hell just one more thing before we get into it I. WanNa mention obviously we are dealing with. With the audio constraints of of remote recording in the age of Covid, nineteen, so for example around the twelve minute mark in the episode there is briefly some background noise that sounds like a fan was turned on or some rain. It only lasts for about a minute or so, and so please just put up with a little bit of background noise, and it's very brief I promise. It's not the sounds of hell right. Now audio recordings of the underworld leaking up through some sort of mining microphone right? The well to hell was not unleashed office. So yeah, I would say without any further ado. Let's jump right in. Bardem and welcome to the PODCAST. Thanks so much for joining us today. Yes, thanks for having me so your Book Heaven and Hell I just finished reading yesterday, and I I really really enjoyed it. and I want to say that I started reading this book. It very opportune time because though I didn't plan it this way. I'm also currently in the middle of rereading. Rereading the divine comedy, actually my wife and I are reading it together and of course, the divine comedy Dante his wonderful poetry, but it's also psychologically fascinating because when you go through the theology of Dante, you get the sense of somebody who is simultaneously ingenious and thoughtful, and in some ways very intellectually bold and open minded for his historical context, but in other ways. Dante's also very limited and provincial in a word medieval like the way you see him taking so much pleasure in designing horrific tortures for his enemies from these. Petty Thirteenth Century political struggles in Italy. Working with ancient religious texts do you find yourself encountering? This kind of irony embodied within the same author or traditional lot
"jon stewart" Discussed on The View
"This is this is this. Is this a surprise? Did you always know that you know most of the time? The law is the law. Well we'll. Absolutely I knew that, but Jeff Toobin I talk about this all the time as do I. Talk About this with my legal nerd friends, you know. When you get on the bench, they do especially the Supreme Court they do surprise you and I think by and large many of them don't become these judicial activists that people think that they do. They do respect precedent, and if you read this opinion, that is what Justice Roberts. Said said he didn't think that the Texas law that came before this should have been struck down. So that really is at his core, but he. He said because it had been struck down. He is going to abide by the precedent in that case, and so that's why he stuck with the majority of liberals in this case, not because he necessarily believed that the abortion access shouldn't have been restricted, but because it was legal precedent, so he stuck sort of the color of the law, but I think what's really interesting is, will this to the benefit of Donald? Trump will. Will Conservatives now be very nervous and think Oh, my Gosh I've got a vote for Donald trump now because he's GonNa put more conservatives on the bench and I think historically Evangelical Christians were sort of that one vote voter single issue voters. They only were antiabortion voters. I think times have changed I. Think you'll see a lot of Democrats wanting to defeat Donald Trump. They are though single issue, voters and I think you're gonNA. GonNa Find Republicans are those single issue voters. They're thinking about racial equality. They're thinking about the corona virus that thinking about the fact that there were bounties allegedly on our service. Men and women and trump did nothing about that, so there are a lot of issues that people care about all wrapped up defeating Donald Trump, and so I, don't know that this decision is necessarily going to newer to the benefit of Donald trump anymore. I just think that it. The idea of someone becoming chief justice turns. Turns them in a different way. They are there to interpret the law, and sometimes called upon to strengthen or weaken the law, and I think their idea of what they're doing for the country, not how they feel personally, but what is right for the country now we have. We've had several justices that you know just vote through party, but we're seeing maybe that we can't depend on who a person you think is conservative being a conservative in the midst of the law. You know they can personally be that, but not necessarily. Make the law work for them in that way and you. It's amazing thing about the law and all the things that we're talking about today, because it's might be one of the reasons that the view. Won An emmy over the weekend. Yes, we did and we're actually talking about is something we never do. And it's. It's kind of wonderful because you know. We are show and you know we've had many iterations, but at its core Barbara Walters started a show. With women talking about their opinions, and it's been on now. How long? How long is this? Twenty. I, think it's twenty years now. I think we're going twenty. Four years. My Gosh, how? The second time the show has one. Yeah I was second time I was twelve. I was twelve warmly started. Yes! I was. I was in vitro. Just what you know, who is more excited about this best talk show win best informative talk show you know who lost their mind. Can we show it, please?.
"jon stewart" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"Lowest paid. And how did we create? How do we? Know. For many years. We've sort of gone on this principle. Love if we just take care of the investor class. We'll get a taste. Donald say we I'm now up there. But. The pendulum has swung away from valuing work. And we have to figure out you know, and they always talk about the people that talk about trickle down are always about three liberty well. What's more liberating than? Not Having to worry about your health insurance being tied your job or Working really hard, but still having to use food stamps. That's not freedom. And we have to find a way to make those in his country. Who are essential? To give, them more liberty. And more liberty comes from. Being able to live a life. That is built on granite and non quicksand. I could talk to you forever. My friend thank you so much for joining us again I. Hope Everyone Watches the movie I hope you having fun. I hope you're staying healthy help. You're loving your family and your kids and enjoying yourself and let me say. May I have a moment? Yeah. I'm so impressed by everything. Up You're looking at your face, but all the condemn. I'm just so impressed by everything that you guys doing and the insights of the show and Larry, the show, and the it's just it's. It's magnificent. And I? I just wanted to tell you. I know what goes into making it. So I am impressed. For the right reasons. Because of of how hard I know that it is an how beautiful you're doing. The only thing I would say. Do you have to do it so handsomely. that. The handsomeness if I may. Feels a little bit like a personal attack. The other stop. I love it if you could do the show. Without temples. I will I will pass these comments on onto managements and we'll see what we can do. Jon Stewart. Thank you so much for joining us on the show. I hope to see you again. Look after yourself. You look after yourself to take care. Thank you buddy. How do I know I? Don't even know how to hang up, so. Thank you so much for that John Well. Let's our show for today. Now as you may know, June is pride month, and right now we want to highlight charities that are making a difference for lgbtq people of Color. Associations like the national. Black Justice coalition which advocates for federal policies that fight against racism and homophobia. If you'd like to help them, and you'd like to join in then. Please donate to whatever you can, and if you'd like to help specifically in New York well, then what you can do is donate to the Audrey Lord Project what they do is help Lgbtq communities of color fight for their rights to organize for change..
"jon stewart" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"This proves that our community can rise up and come together under the worst circumstances. It also proves it. I look good glasses. You Trevor. Making so much for that Roy that was amazing. Don't go away because Jon Stewart's is next. We'll be right back. Welcome back to the social distancing show earlier today I spoke with my old boss, John Stewart's his new movie irresistible, which he wrote and directed, we'll be in theaters and on demand beginning, June twenty-sixth, we talked about his movie and much more. Favorable look at your Lens and not not the screen, so it's No the other. Yeah, that's closer to they're they're? Yeah that's. You know look, please. Oh Man. Jon Stewart. Welcome to the daily social distancing show I'm going to impress now. It's got to be a week straight joke. It's and everything from this space, and this is how you doing. For the first time since I've been doing this, someone had the decency to kindness to go. You might want to look at the camera. Yeah. But this is like you know what it's like the it's the common new thing. People don't realize because I'll screens and cameras. I feel like someone needs to put them in line because this is not how we talk to each other, this is. Yeah you only look at first. I WANNA. Look at you, do it like they imagined it in the science fiction movies in the seventies where you do the vehicle and your head in my Ano- Talk. I've come to realize that like all the things that we learned from science fiction in the movies. It was very ambitious, but we've got like very. You know like you know like if you grew up with parents. Bring you a very like cheap version of the cool thing you wanted as a kid. That's the future we live in now, so we would like imagine if you could talk to someone through a screen. They're like okay. You can't do that, but you can look off at them and seemed like you don't know where they are and communicate effectively. That's basically what we do. Well, you write like what is this? What is this room behind you I'm in my attic. Yes, the room when my children were younger. This was their playroom, and so they did allowed doodling. Cousins did because is where they come up with their cousins, and then day grew up. And decided. You know what I'm just going to stay in my room, quarantine or no quarantine And you're going to go up into the attic, so that's what we've done. It's funny because like it's. It's beautiful now. That was your kids who did that, but it almost looks like the same graffiti that's on like the confederate monuments around America, it looks like you let people practice the graffiti your house before they go to the monuments, so they can get it right and Tika has infiltrated my hat. Her Doing. The Best I can, but they are rabble-rousers. And as you can see. They have decided that the this wall must. This is the Berlin Wall. And they going to take it down. What are you? What are you what you make of all that like like honestly because like? I mean this just like the confederate monuments like every statue coming down, I mean it started with confederate statues. It started with. You know like racist people from history. Then we started seeing you. Don't statues coming down. All of like people who fought for the Union, people fought against slavery. And like what do you make of it? We just should we get rid of statues. What's going on what you'll find is? If you don't allow regular order to take down the statues that represent. The insurrection that tried to destroy this country and preserve the institution of slavery. If you make that impossible to do through. Leading a peaceful treaty and all that you're going to end up with a spasm. People shouldn't have four hundred. The statues are not from the confederate era from the Crow era there or when they. Say just see now, I know. They let you go I just WANNA make sure everybody understands like we will subjugate. And bring in your life. So? You know because these statues are not people say like you're a racing history, which by the way I don't remember the Conservatives during the Iraq war. When the Saddam Hussein statue fell Baghdad I. Don't recall Republicans at the time going..
"jon stewart" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"So this film you don't appear in this film you've said you prefer to be on the other side of the camera. Even after your star turn stats for SMOOCH. E to smooching. Tell me why you enjoy filmmaking rather than performing in film okay. I wasn't very good. Performing. I always found that hard and not good. I feel much more comfortable, writing and producing and things like that. And to I spent so much time on topical show that the ability to to. Work on something and collaborate with people that are expert in there whether it's you know Grace Yoon. Who did the production designer Bobby Bukowski cinematography Alex on wardrobe. calibrating and collaborating with people to be able to consider each. Bit of the frame is really a fun process for somebody who was just throwing salad against the wall everyday. It feels more considered and and I I enjoy that part of the process. Yeah, one of the things I missed the most about the business that I was in which involved a lot of a film shoots and editing and is is that collaborative process is is really stimulating i. Really Miss that hours I spent in the edit suite. Saying, let's cut the frame there it's it's great so in this film your old buddy. Steve Carell plays a cynical seen it all political. Consult no disrespect. No, no, I know I know that. It wasn't me that you were talking about and Chris. Cooper. Who is a wonderful actor plays at this ernest. Ernest small town, farmer and former military officer who CARELL SEIZES ON IS KINDA host body candidate to road test a political message What else set it up a little for us and tell me why you decided to make this film? I think you know I'd spend a Lotta time commenting on the day to day happenings of the political system of media system. And watching it. Increase.
"jon stewart" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"I visit with a woman who was friends of ours. whose brother was a port authority police officer? died in nine eleven. and we go, and we visited precincts fire houses, and we bring food, and we just spend the day and we talked. I have great love for that community. And in great respect. I also understand that that's my experience. And while my experience is true. Others have a different experience that also carries. Relevance wait in truth. I am hopeful because my experience in that community is. That, there is a deep desire amongst them. To help. To be valuable. In the communities. And to be. And they do it. Because they want to be observed. Understanding that is not the relationship that other communities have the police is. I have to. Accept that and understand it and try and find out. Where that. Disconnected, and where where that more? And to my mind, some of it is a function of the untenable position that have put the police in. That we have used them from early on in this country. As! In my mind, border patrol between the black community in the white community, the poor community and the rich. And we asked them to police that were. And what goes on inside of that as a matter of fact, if you watch the OJ Simpson Dog Mattis, there's you will see the literal moment. That the the riots. Try to cross over into Beverly Hills in can't. that. There is a failings there. To say? That's okay. Do you guys doing can do? And so by placing police, and by the way I, think we do the same thing to teachers. We ask police and we ask teachers. To cure a problem not of their making. But to be a a proxy for us to distance us. From the problems. That have been created by by policy, you know. The inner city wasn't created by accident. It was created by government Fiat the Federal Housing Administration. We've had chances. Federal Housing Administration wouldn't loaned black people. They redline districts zoning. Lack, people couldn't build equity. I just want to point out on the way out of this that just today. There was a statistic I saw that in the Cova crisis, forty one percent of black own small businesses have gone under that number among white people is seventeen percent. So this thing just has tentacles that go everywhere. Yes, we need better policing procedures. We need rules, and we need to enforce the lawn and we need demand that civil rights are enforced and respected, but that's not the whole problem, and we should do those things, but we have to do a lot more. Their lives not to be built on sand. When ours are built on granite. And I think that's the whole issue and we and that's it shouldn't be so fragile tenuous. They. You know what what what what they need that. We oftentimes have.
"jon stewart" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"And the GOP establishment still turn to him after that's been exposed and says seriously, though that is a beautiful coat like there's no moving them off of that. Will tied their fortunes to him and I'm sure there's a lot of. Nervousness right now about whether that is going to turn out to be a wise decision, but within the council's within the the the GOP electorate, he has such sway that there's fear about about leaving him. You know the other thing about this thing and tell us I want to move on to something else That was so interesting to me is. Is He is the head of the government that is in charge of dealing with this pandemic and this government of his and their public health experts have made certain recommendations to try and contain this virus, and keep it from spreading, and he flagrantly disregarded all of those for his event Intelligensia, despite the pleadings of local officials to reconsider and so on. And is really really odd to be the head of the government that is charged with dealing with a pandemic and the leader of the resistance to the very recommendations that his own government is making. That's the story of his presidency. He's. The, insurgent incumbent I mean the pandemic from the beginning. He has a press conference with all the the leaders of the health experts. The CDC experts Dr Fallacy. And the recommendations that America needs to take and how we have to shelter in place in all these things, and then goes back in tweets out liberate Michigan. Liberate Virginia. It's everything that he says I am in complete control. I take no responsibility. And that's the message of his presidency. Cognitive dissonance cognitive dissonance is what he should brown. He's running, did you? The signs are make America great again. That's a sign that's running against the incumbent America. That's what it's saying is America's not great right now. We, gotTa make great again. WHO's been charged? None of this makes any sense, but I. Don't think it's supposed to. Because I think it's supposed to appeal to a more reptilian feeling. I think as they started out the year. They actually they actually changed the slogan to keep America Great. And then we hit. The TRIFECTA of crises and people aren't feeling terribly great right now and so they're trying to adapt, but I think what's happened. John is the cost of you know. There was a long period of time when people said. who were serve on the bubble? Well, you know I. Don't like the way he behaves, but he's strong economies good, and now the cost of the chaos that swirls around him, and the cost of the incompetence is beginning to dawn on people, and you can see it in these polling numbers. I'm not saying he's GonNa. Lose the election because you can never underestimate a guy who will do anything. it's kind of a symmetric warfare. You know, but I do think something has changed because of of what's happened. I want to talk about race with you and the the issue of race and I. Want to bring up a store. That is a little bit off point, but I think leads into it. You told a story some years ago about when a critic attacked you because you had an all male writers room on your show and deeply offended you because the implication was that you were sexist and you didn't feel like you were sexist. Tell me about that. Well that was so. We, had a it was a a website called Judge Bell, which wrote an article accusing. Me Of. Being sexist running a sexist operation I. Went into hydrogen very defensive. how dare they? I was raised by a single mother. You know when I was growing up. And by the way this was in the early seventies before single motherhood took off as fad, she was a pioneer and single motherhood and. She wore a shirt that said a woman needs a man like a fish needs a bicycle. So I knew I was impeached shift from early on. So how dare you accuse me being sexist, and this is outrageous and I I went back to the writer's room and I said. Can you believe this Shit Steve? Rory Kevin Mike. Right, believe Shit Dan. What do you think Dan? You believe this shit. Elliott. Greg Darren anybody anybody believes this shit. and. So. In that moment. I was embarrassed. I was I was. Somewhat ashamed of myself. A for my defensiveness but be. For it being correct for us, not having because years before that. We had instituted a policy. For some of these very reasons you know our show was. Like almost all late night shows almost all white noman. And, so we'd instituted a policy of years back for writing samples to make all writing submissions a blind in other words, all the names would be taken off it and they would all be formatted to say so. You wouldn't have any idea. And yet even in that time. All writers, we ended up hiring ended up being male. And White. You Know I. Guess I guess the The implication being hey man, fair process is what it is. We're not sexist. They're just funnier. Well. What you didn't realize his first of all systems tend to propagate themselves. And second of all. Where are we getting the submissions from? I mean we're a bunch of white dudes? Some from the Ivy League, but we're getting from. Agencies will who's running the agencies. which white dudes some from Ivy League schools?.
"jon stewart" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"Worn. His appeal at this point seems to be. In his ability as a troll. And if that's enough to get another four years so I mean, but that's I've been shocked. To be like. Wow He's not really writing any new material Kong flu. Really, that's what you're going to go. Okay, you Kinda hit on the head of the thing that was striking about it other than the fact that they touted it as as this massive. Event that was going to draw this huge crowd was the material was all there was no new material was a relaunch with no new material, and it's no new material coming in the middle of a pandemic and economic crisis racial protests across the nation. It's the day after June eighteenth. He's in Tulsa the site of one of the most horrific racial massacres. In our nation's history, it's the ninety ninth anniversary of it, and he does twenty minutes on. HOW INCREDIBLY STEEP RAMPS ARE! And it. Just shows. You know this is someone who is utterly removed from it. Everything is just to his own rhythms. He's incapable of. Rising to a moment. And we'll just see if if plan that same song. Is what they wanted to hear. Even the idea that you talk about material like. The idea that we're talking about President developing material. For his. Vaudeville show. Is Like Oh my God. I mean and this is in this terrible moment of anguish. When so many people are suffering? From a variety of economic or systemic ills? To have him up there be Glib. Was I. Think for me one of the most shocking aspects of it. To see somebody pantomime in the way that he panta minds. Seem so. Devoid of understanding? Of the pain and fear that so many people are going through it was. bonkers and expected. In a way this thing is setting up to underscore the contrast between he and Biden. There are a lot of criticisms about the pace and rhythm of the Biden campaign, but the quality said he projects are qualities of empathy qualities of dignity qualities of character. They play well against the trump stake. Don't they right at this moment when this country is so ridden I again like. Even when the country wasn't in this situation, I would have thought grabbing by the Pussy wouldn't have been a winning slogan, but apparently was so. and I don't know that it's even about. What you project like look, there's an easier. Task for the Republicans. It's be well. I shouldn't even say the Republicans it's. There is no Republican Party. It's a fully owned subsidiary of the trump organization. and. There's no real principle to it. If there were. Every criticism that they leveled against Obama for eight years. Would raise their hackles. When trump does it literally down to the amount of time? He Plays Golf. I mean as they say there's always a tweet, but. I mean Donald. Trump's presidency is a failed presidency by the metrics laid out by Donald Trump. The things that he criticized you know. He made his bones as a troll. And now that he's in office, the chickens come home to roost, but. He lives in an entirely. Different universe of his own making. And his minions. Coddle. That you know there's there's so many myths about this man. You know they'll say he's a fighter. He's a counterpuncher. But he's he's not a counterpuncher. A counterpuncher is a strategic move to parry an attack with precision. Donald trump is a tantrum. Donald Trump doesn't he just hits back? He can't discern the difference between. An attack? A personal attack. A constructive criticism. or Even praised, that's not worshipful enough. They all get the same treatment. He attacks. Fox News. That's not counterpunching. Fox News is A. A nuclear reactor. For Rim job machine. Like all that thing does. Is is coddle and Philippe that man. was like seven minutes a week where they might push back a little bit and even that. There is no bar of worship you can raise to. Even when his his? Whatever the photo stump was he basically tear. Gas is peaceful protesters and then holds up a Bible. My favorite thing is his the look on his face when he holds up the Bible. is so stern looks like he's saying who wrote this? I'm going to stay late until I. Find Out who wrote this your trump. And you know as the literally teargassing protesters. Puts you more on the side of Jesus when it actually puts you more on the side of punches pilot, but that's besides the point. The point is after ended, and this thing is a debatable. Scott Walker. Who is? Supposedly. You know one of the more competent and respected members of the GOP establishment. tweets out. I just so admired the guts of this man. I can't imagine any other president having the guts to make that wall. And of course the Internet does what the Internet does. Which is goes back and finds a bunch of images of every president since Eisenhower making that walk, but without a phalanx of riot police next to them, but what it said to me was. Not only is this the emperor's new clothes? But the story ended. The emperor was called out for being naked. The crowd laughed and.
Dave Chappelle Hosts Celebrity-Filled Benefit Concert In Dayton
"Estimated twenty thousand people attended the gem city shine events Sunday organized by comedian Dave Chapelle to benefit the victims of the mass shooting in Dayton on August fourth Chapelle who lives in yellow springs give a short set to the crowd as a cancer began that featured lady Gaga Stevie Wonder chance the rapper and comedians Jon Stewart Michael che and Chris rock
Police Commissioner James O'Neill Goes Quiet After NYPD Officers Doused with Water
"But we start with the situation in which a number one the police commissioner of New York City o'neill as cops are under siege has not been heard from sheen his last statement of any note was a tweet he did about the passing of Robert Morgan saw that was Sir Gee that was towards the end of the weekend and he is out of sight out of mind everybody's wonder how can we honor from the police commissioner about these attacks on the police okay once again Curtis you have been on the streets you understand you know the cops you know various politicians in very city leaders what do you think is happening here with why are we not hearing from o'neill I think it could be one of three things Hey he said odds with the mayor on this so he's just biting his lip and he sent out his his means to address this Terence morning and who is the head of patrol this is what he had to say we will identify who is involved in a rational be made with that is not acceptable how many women were out there keeping people safe and the two arrests have been made one of Brooklyn one in Manhattan where the two water don king situation to the N. Y. P. took place have a what are the charges well they put out a a flyer and I had a laugh at it because the headline of the flyer is wanted for obstruction of government administration right which is which is a B. S. charge and I know it's a B. S. charge because whenever the cops wanted to harass me an arrest me they couldn't figure out a charge the look to sergeant Sarge would say one of the structure of government administration and I would see what the hell does that mean well give me an example of what you had done to receive that charge standing in front of a police officer questioning him his it far do you to do what he was doing which was trying to lock me up exchanging words it is the it is a charge with you going to court generally the judge looks at the assistant district attorney dependent on the Berlin says you're kidding me is this is all you got on the guy anything he says it cut him loose that said he was held open not cut him loose time Sir did have a lot of you stay out of trouble so they've arrested this one person who was allegedly a gang member who is seen dumping a bucket of water and we don't know if this is going to be a serious charge or not serious when I was in any gradations of a soul I mean this assault this is also in the video in Harlem not only with a dousing the cops will water when they were making a bona fide address and they had the guy down on the squad car you know on the hood of the squad car but the guy came up and then hit him with the plastic the the plastic bucket yeah that's a soul I mean I I don't understand this but then again it's gotten so bad with the missing in action nature of police commissioner o'neill they now you have heads of the union saying you know nearly been a lap dog for the mayor who's responsible for this maybe it's your time to goal Sayonara and is another back in the mayor the rank and file has lost confidence in them and it's time that you resign I think in the interest of the department it's time to go I mean I I I I I don't know what else what else could be done at this point I think that it seems to me and I've spoken with some of my friends who are police officers here in New York City actually right around here right around the precinct here and they have no they have absolutely no faith in o'neill and they also feel that their lives are being put in danger because of the situation but they blame at least the ones that I talked to ultimately build Lazio yeah but it's o'neill who should be visiting the precincts affected building up to around saying Hey look him maybe some cops and not ready for prime time they're not ready for the streets but I gotta tell you we got your back even ease been missing in action now could he be hill could he be undergoing an operation the likelihood of that is probably not because he won't he would be hearing something about yeah I think or could he be on vacation with his family which would really really be an embarrassment to suddenly not have anything to say it's a police commission or the most powerful well trained police department in the world and you'll like missing in action well unfortunately let's say that he is on vacation we have no idea this would be a situation where you are paid you are you are given the responsibility of being the in charge of the biggest most important most critical police department in the world world and come back from vacation and you would have thought that the mayor with the state in New York City yesterday because this has become such an explosive issue in he was aware Washington DC campaigning for the presidency he had the hoods he had the goal to try to **** rushes way into that press conference and announce with Jon Stewart and some of our elected officials that finally the nine eleven victims compensation bill named after hours had passed you mean this is the same guy that just chose to go and get a Cup of coffee at Israel his favorite little ad copy clutch place in park slope after he worked out instead of going to the event where they dedicated a some certain set a certain area by one world trade that's that's unbelievable and children to her credit said now you have nothing with this let you in he said I don't want to speak well okay you don't want to speak of the mayor of New York City the mayor of New York City is getting
Senate, John Stewart And Jon Stewart discussed on Red Eye Radio
"The vote was ninety seven to two the Senate doing the final legislative sign off on a measure extending through twenty ninety two the fund that pays health claims of first responders who got sick after working the side of the September eleventh attacks funny man and first responder advocate John Stewart was on hand the Senate passing legislation to permanently fun to care for first responders and survivors into many funerals too many auspices these families deserve better comedian Jon Stewart has been fighting for them for years chaining lawmakers for their inaction ABC's merry Bruce the measure now goes to president trump was expected
Senate, Jon Stewart And Mac discussed on KQED Radio Show
"The Senate has voted to permanently authorize the victims compensation fund set up for those who feel sick in the wake of the nine eleven attacks championed by comedian Jon Stewart the legislation will add billions to a program designed to aid first responders and here's to mac has more that fund was originally set to expire in twenty twenty with dwindling resources claims were not being paid out at their full value but permanent funding for the program passed the Senate with a bipartisan vote of ninety seven to two prompting a spontaneous show support from those in the gallery overlooking the center for
Jon Stewart on Rand Paul delaying 9/11 bill: 'It's absolutely outrageous'
"So this interview with fox news to Jon Stewart did it Jon Stewart ranted about rand Paul's decision to he's blocking this bill that would extend the September eleventh victims compensation fund and John Stewart called that an abomination pardon me if I'm not impressed in any way by rand Paul's fiscal responsibility virtue signalling what rand Paul did was outrageous he's a guy that put us in the hundreds of billions of dollars in debt and now he's going to tell us that a billion dollars a year over ten years is just to watch for us to handle you know there's some things that they have no trouble putting on the credit card but somehow when it comes to the nine eleven first responder community man we gotta go through this you know we asked him bombing ation now this bill is going to get past rand Paul here's just trying to make a point try to add an amendment to this bill and he's trying to make a point about the budget so this with this bill I think the amendment's gonna get defeated and voted down and this bill's going to move forward but I don't know how rand Paul can really put himself in a position to where you know John store it looks more reasonable and patriotic than you do can you make your point somewhere else right your whole money out of somewhere else and wasn't it sucks when you have money taken out of a program but if you're the national parks if your NASA listen these people need to be taken care of and if you're the Republicans you cannot run on a platform of where the Americans look how unamerican these people on the left our look at the anti semitic things these people on the left say they hate America you can't say that and then screw over the people who saved America on September eleventh the rand Paul's point is that he was objecting because any any program any program that would last decades should be offset by cutting spending somewhere else that's that's less valuable so he's trying to get that amendment added in there and it doesn't look like that a man it's going to happen and it's this is been a overwhelming bite isn't thing this is going to pass through but now they have to deal with these amendments and if your rand Paul your battles a little bit better than that I understand you need a high profile bill to make a case that the spending is out of control I get it but this is not the one you want to do it you cannot do this right now when your party is saying we're all about America this party over there is not and then you're **** over the people who helped save America the first responders on September eleventh got to pick your battles a little bit better than that but you're absolutely right we're already hearing that a bipartisan agreement is out all but a done deal to keep funding this for a lot more
Jon Stewart on Rand Paul delaying 9/11 bill: 'It's absolutely outrageous'
"It's absolutely outrageous Anya pardon me if I'm not impressed in anyway my rand Paul's fiscal responsibility virtue signalling I pardon you Jon Stewart sounding off on rand Paul after he and Mike Lee blocked a bipartisan bill sure the victims compensation fund actually funds people who were victims of the nine eleven attacks I'll bring you the
"jon stewart" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority
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"jon stewart" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority
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"jon stewart" Discussed on WREK
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"jon stewart" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour
"That's why he was so familiar to me what role does your show play in this democratic universe wow i i i've always of ways question that you know when it comes to satire as a whole ugo does it help because in some way it brings attention to what's happening will does it hinder because it gives people the illusion that something is being done i think it's a combination of both i also think sometimes the effects may not be seen you think it can hinder oh definitely how sometimes people think because they've loft at an issue or because they've mocked it's they've conquered it they've conquered it and that's not true in our growing up in south africa there was a thing my mom and i used to do in my grandfather we would mark the apartheid government but we still march in a would mark the apartheid government post went out and voted in also the the mockery and the satire was was almost the replenishment of of who we were his people it it galvanized how or the governor's lowering tension but i intention was met met with action the trevor noah host of the daily show on comedy central on today's new yorker radio our we're taking a look at the state of satire in america and abroad in a minute will hear how egyptian satirist created his version of a jon stewart like show and how that landed him in exile stick around.
"jon stewart" Discussed on KOMO
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"jon stewart" Discussed on Power 106 FM
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"jon stewart" Discussed on KKAT
"Jon stewart on on tap into the uh but could drop out of new or different working out or no maybe nonarabs thirty more now now larger after the much arab in program a bit by aung so trump almost him in what i keep doing stuff we don't know there's always something always is always something i mean at this point just i dunno chalk it up the learn because remember the damage from hurricane her to ranch yes well they may closes studio also may not be able to do the show vera on thursday really what also replaced the bite my tongue sheet rock after paint he'll get someone into mona does mad at him all no later today or what the situation where they have been unable to construction hermioni call obese hope be he's jodeco at opioid droid i can't find a all you have to go to op radio he tweets madman nitrates like crazy was it's pretty far down but it is from yesterday at op radio mick three o'clock in the afternoon or thereabouts yeah what does it do i mean other than add while the tweeted wanting tweets is in california something cook and ribs on with at least on the way down thirty three after they are down was born burgum world mullah my for reports of the program that have been armadores briefly into bernie bruton where the bills or mention mcgurk will not be a chief here at the nj diet dot com studios we told you yesterday uh the james courted the fact kid from england who follows coal bear eye on cbs he did some jokes in hollywood about the the harvey weinstein situation which he kind made light of the.
"jon stewart" Discussed on PURE ROCK RADIO Originals
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"jon stewart" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"So competing in this odd dishes at waters gained one game it's been a rough years in like i was mr john said i the resiliency and i've charlie different avenues um uh charm recuperate trying to get better and i've i've found this uh this games uh to be helpful um putting my mind to like something else like kinda like an outlet to where i can put in all my attention and and work on my uh trying to get better again do d o d warrior games dot com is where you go i'm curious john a jon stewart with us along with rjr twolow uh i'm curious does your you did you make people laugh for a living did you ever questioned the worth of what you're doing for a living given what you've been doing after your career where your meeting some of these people and they're doing like really serious important thing a i have i have questioned what i was doing way before i ever met and his faithful as well i think i've always questioned the worth and seriousness of what i was doing you can't spend your time you know uh in a a kariuki bar turned stand up comedy night in a suburb outside of rochester and not question the seriousness of what you're doing does that have anything to do with why you got out got out of of the daily show oh no no i i just done that for seventeen years i felt like i didn't really have anything else i thought that for that show to continue to grow and evolve and get better they needed somebody with more energy a you know i i basically used every permutation of my brain that i could use to break down those stories and i just didn't think.
"jon stewart" Discussed on The Big 98
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