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No. 1 Georgia could be falling after 39-22 win over Kent St

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 5 d ago

No. 1 Georgia could be falling after 39-22 win over Kent St

"George's number one status is in jeopardy after the bulldog settled for a 39 22 home win against Kent State The dogs had three turnovers struggled in the red zone were burned on a fake punt and were prone to allowing big plays Stats and Bennett threw his first interception of the season though he did score on a one yard dive Give them credit you know they've got a bunch of seniors in their difficulty but interception fumble drop hunt just can't Brock Bauer scored two more touchdowns including a 75 yard burst on the second play from scrimmage Bowers has 5 TDs in his last two games I'm Dave ferry

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Ted Lasso Video Game-Lasso intro and wrap

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last week

Ted Lasso Video Game-Lasso intro and wrap

"There is a new format to watch Ted Lasso The series starring Jason Sudeikis about an American football coach coaching British football soccer has won a lot of awards The show is about family the show is about mentors and teachers the show is about teammates Now Ted Lasso and his fictional AFC Richmond team are included in the new FIFA 23 video game He's someone you just can't help but root for He's a great manager and an even better man And if you tell him I said that I will brain you All the fictional players on the show including Roy Kent and Sam Elba Sanya are feature E a sport I'm in the game Oh did I sound like a guy Yeah you sounded like the guy Ted Gave for 23 which also includes real soccer clubs is available next week I'm Ed Donahue

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Why Do These Modern Male Actors Like Jordan Elsass Need Mental Breaks?

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:29 min | Last month

Why Do These Modern Male Actors Like Jordan Elsass Need Mental Breaks?

"Clint Eastwood never needed a mental break. Isn't that something? John Wayne never need lamento but Walter Matthau, Telly Savalas. I can go on and on. Clark Gable. Jimmy Stewart. These guys went to war. These guys fought as fighter pilots in war. Well, can't do movies, got a little World War II and kill some crowds and japs. And they came back and made movies. No one said, I need a break. I need a break. I can't find my mark and see where my light is. I just need a break. What does it say about us as a society? What does it say about the men in this business? Who just need to be pampered and coddled? Unbelievable. So the latest guy who needs a break is Jordan l-sats. Now, I don't really know this dude. I don't watch the show on The CW network called Superman & Lois. It's about to start its third season. I never watch anything on The CW. He's a 20 year old kid. And he's played Jonathan Kent on the network show that takes place in the Arrowverse and suddenly he said, you know what? I'm struggling with my mental health. He put this up in a cameo posted to Twitter

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Can We Celebrate the Death of the RINOs? Rep. Matt Gaetz Weighs In

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:04 min | Last month

Can We Celebrate the Death of the RINOs? Rep. Matt Gaetz Weighs In

"We're celebrating the death of the rhino species in D.C., but they're not going to go away that quietly, are they? Well, we have seen a number of victories that together show us where the real enthusiasm is in the political right. You know, if Liz Cheney was the only person who voted for impeachment to be rejected by voters, we might view that as just Liz Cheney's complete betrayal of Wyoming, her unwillingness to ever talk about Wyoming, values the fact that she's actually from Northern Virginia, not Wyoming. You could point to those things, but you see Joe Kent defeat Jamie Herrera butler. You see Adam kinzinger quite literally just avoid the judgment of his voters by not seeking reelection. You see someone like Fred Upton certain to face defeat against a candidate that was more pro Trump choosing to forgo reelection. And so I think there's a pattern here that shows how narrow any path is or any constituency is for the reconstitution of the establishment.

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Harnessing the Return of 2016 MAGA Energy

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:02 min | Last month

Harnessing the Return of 2016 MAGA Energy

"Want to start with where we're at. Carrie Lake has won the Arizona primary for governor. Maga candidates across the country are winning their primaries. This Republican Party is a grassroots party, ready to fight, ready to govern, ready to improve people's lives, ready to put their citizens first, but the pressure is now going to be on. And as we warned early in the week, the midterm elections are all but a certain thing. Democrats are adjusting. Democrats are going to outspend us, they control the media. They control social media, they control our election system, and they are going to be willing to cut corners at every single turn to try to get their preferred candidates across the finish line. The generic ballot is tightening, the generic congressional vote, according to Rasmussen reports, Republicans only lead by three points. Whereas a couple months ago, Republicans led by 15 points. We're seeing one race in particular that we endorsed in Washington, Joe Kent is only down by 1.8 points with lots of ballots still to be counted. Again, Kerry Lake Blake masters, all one in Arizona. However, as we look towards the midterms, Republicans only have a .1 lead if you average all of the generic ballot polls, a .1 point lead barely taking back the House of Representatives. Barely. And the U.S. Senate is a complete coin toss. It shouldn't be that way with inflation open borders, CRT woke as an anti americanism, war on American energy, it should be a complete blowout. Now some of these polls might be suppression polls and misrepresentations. You can usually add 5 or 6 to all these polls that's usually a good rule of thumb. But make no mistake. Democrats, they know they're going to lose, but their strategy right now is a very smart one. That's right. I'm saying the Democrats are using a smart strategy. They're basically saying we want to lose less. They know that midterms can be very hard. Joe Biden is deeply unpopular and Republicans will be outspent. At every corner. Now

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Kansas Voters Decide 'No' on the Abortion Amendment... Or Do They?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:15 min | 2 months ago

Kansas Voters Decide 'No' on the Abortion Amendment... Or Do They?

"Talk about Kansas for a second here. This would be the only loss that I can pinpoint and maybe Washington third with Joe Kent. We're not sure the results there yet. We're keeping an eye on it. It doesn't look good for him. For a couple of reasons. But I want to say this Kansas thing is super confusing to me. So I'll be fully transparent. I did not know about the Kansas bout referendum until somebody emailed us about it yesterday. And I said, what are you talking about? It is so a couple of things. The media is carrying the results from the Kansas ballot referendum. As if Kansas does not want to outlaw abortion and they say they want to keep abortion legal. It's a massive loss. But the ballot, the way it was written itself was insanely confusing, wasn't it, Jack? I actually have the word feature if you want me to. So everybody just bear with us a second as Jack goes through this. This was on the ballot in Kansas, Jack go through it. All right, so here is the verbiage as it appeared on the ballots in Kansas. Regulation of abortions, the section 22. Because kansans value both women and children, the constitution of the state of Kansas does not require government funding of abortion and does not create or secure a right to abortion. To the extent permitted by the constitution of the United States, the people through their elected state representatives and state senators may pass laws regarding abortion, including but not limited to laws that account for circumstances of pregnancy, resulting from rape or incest or circumstances of necessity to save the life of the mother. Yes or no. What? See, I'm as pro life as it becomes. So wait, which way would we have voted then, Jack? So you're super pro life, I'm pro life. So you'd want to protect the right to life, but it's like a double negative. How did this ever get past a judge? I don't even know. So there is an explanatory statement. And it says, a vote for you, the value, a vote for the value them both amendment would affirm there is no Kansas constitutional right to abortion, a vote against the amendment would make no changes to the constitution of the state of Kansas. But the problem is which one is it then? It doesn't actually say that it just says yes or no. So it doesn't even necessarily say for or against in the explanatory state. Right.

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The Hidden Religious Themes Behind Superman

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:14 min | 2 months ago

The Hidden Religious Themes Behind Superman

"Story is an interesting one. I don't know that one as well as Batman. But there is only one way to be able to basically stop Superman kryptonite and the story of Superman. What is the biblical, not The Batman versus Superman, but the biblical story? Well, Superman Superman is probably the biggest parallel to Jesus in virtually all the superheroes. It's interesting because Superman was actually nietzschean when it was written. It was actually written as a nihilist by the two guys from Cleveland. I can't remember their names. But so tell me, well, it turns out that Superman is sent here by a God of another world to save this world. He is the son of this God, jor el, I think his name is. And he stays incognito until the age of 33. As Clark Kent, right? But he's staying incognito so he can complete his mission of trying to save this world from evil, and then by the time he hits 33, then people start to realize, oh, this Clark Kent is really Superman. This Jesus is really God. So it's a parallel to the Christians of the messianic story. Yeah, the messianic story. And you find this in all of these superhero movies.

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Marc Morano on 'The Benefits of World Hunger'... What?!

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:31 min | 2 months ago

Marc Morano on 'The Benefits of World Hunger'... What?!

"Going to discuss this article. So let's put the image up on the screen. This is what you sent me last week, which we thought was something out of the Babylon B this is from the United Nations, the UN chronicle, just the headline from George Kent, the benefits, yes, the benefits of world hunger. This isn't the Babylon beat, it is the United Nations. Tell us a little bit about who George Kent is and whether or not this is parody Mark. Okay, this was this first appeared in the United Nations flagship journal, the UN chronicle. In 2008, it was republished in 2009. And this pretty much lied dormant for the last 13 years or 14 years until last week when social media caught a hold of it. This then became an Internet sensation. Now, this spread all over the place in the United Nations became very embarrassed. I actually interviewed the author George Kent university of Hawaii political professor. He's now emeritus since he last wrote this. And he was dead serious in this article. He said he wrote it to be provocative because in his dealings around the world talking to the wealthy, talking to the elite. He said that every single one of them essentially wanted to see the world's poor destabilized in Hungary because that kept them motivated to work hard and essentially for dirt ball low wages.

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Autopsy: Patrick Lyoya killed by cop's shot to the head

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

Autopsy: Patrick Lyoya killed by cop's shot to the head

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Matt Palumbo Exposes Anti-Corruption Action Center in New Book

The Dan Bongino Show

01:50 min | 7 months ago

Matt Palumbo Exposes Anti-Corruption Action Center in New Book

"Man one of the things I know you get into into the book is a group I've been very suspicious of for a long time that's anti C you know anti corruption group Daria kalanick in them I see a lot of these people on TV now understandably concerned about their Ukrainian understandably concerned about what's going on in their country But we can have a serious discussion without recognizing that some of these same people who are now on TV talking about this were the same people involved in the impeachment hoax against Donald Trump who were working in this anti C group which was funded A lot of it by Soros affiliated groups Yeah with all the sora's groups they say they're like ironically named They're almost trolling us with a name by calling it anti corruption Just to give some background they've collaborated with American agencies and FBI the State Department and the CIA one of the things that your audience will find the most interesting though is during the whole Victor shoken burisma probe which as we all know Joe Biden instead of getting fired by Petro Poroshenko anti C was actually on the same size saying that choking needed to step down after that happens that long after on the prosecutor's office looks into ant AC for alleged misuse of funds and then our ambassadors in Ukraine intervened in nowhere and say actually there's really nothing to be seen here One of them is a guy named George Kent who's later cited in the impeachment hearings And this sort of brings me to another source back group called the organized crime and corruption reporting project Also ironically names It's another Soros back group Also cited about four times in the impeachment referral So that's two Soros that groups in the same impeachment who referral but working with our ambassadors who are working with obviously our government by definition So just a lot of links that are impossible to ignore really

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Matt Peterson on Highlighting Leaders That Move the GOP Forward

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:44 min | 8 months ago

Matt Peterson on Highlighting Leaders That Move the GOP Forward

"Matt, let's focus on politics here, first talk about your pack and then just unfiltered thoughts on the state of the Republican Party. Absolutely. So American firebrand American firebrand dot com. We fight to win is the name of the pack. And the goal of the pack is to start producing the kind of media that is the answer to The Lincoln Project sort of in reverse. I mean, no pedophilia and it's actually will be good. But it's gonna be fun, a fun year. So what we're thinking about with the pack, what we're doing with the pack, it reflects, I think the state of the race as I see it. What we need to do in the next year is highlight the leaders who are actually moving the Republican Party forward in the way that we see addresses reality as it is. And so we need to highlight as a movement. These new leaders. And when I look around, you know, when I see a joke Kent if your audience knows who that is on social media, when I see a Blake masters or a JD Vance, saying the kinds of things they're saying. It's incredible. I mean, they're really are signs of life out there. People who are looking at the moment, addressing the moment and not saying the same old things. But the problem is that people need that framed as a movement, right? I mean, they really do. Because a lot of the media outlets out there, if you're not listening to the right people, you know, they just kind of regard the Republican Party as one big thing, whether it's good or bad. And it's not. There's people who are saying the same old crap who really aren't are just dragging us down and in our way. And then there's people who are boldly saying some new things. And we have to highlight support those

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Kurt Schlichter on the Realities of War in Eastern Europe

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:32 min | 8 months ago

Kurt Schlichter on the Realities of War in Eastern Europe

"We're back with Kurtz. They're calling Pete doocy. I mean, come on, big, blond boy scout, lovely champ, an SOB. That's who sleepy, creepy joeys. We're back with the author of the Kelly Turnbull soon. What are you? Is it number 6? I'm writing number 7 as we speak. I just turned in my manuscript to regnery another Salem property folks. For the fallen rise of America and I just and I did it and I actually did an extra revision of the China chapter just today to correct us some things about DF 21 missiles. He sleeps as the little as president Trump does. He's unstoppable follow him at Kurtz left to follow his locals account the 5th arena dot locals dot com in the break for those of you viewing a rum, but you saw this, we were talking about the realities of war in Eastern Europe, the importance of geography, a weather. Let's go through, I think you're right. We'll just quickly summarize that. Rapid decapitation take Kyiv in install your puppet regime maybe one or two other cities and then take over the Ukraine. What happens next? And talk to us about the next three years of Biden or calcular or whoever is this going to be a domino effect that next it's Taiwan, then it's Pyongyang taking action against Japan. What is kennel K's war college predictions? Well, look, I think it's easier to ask yourself, what is a good strategic and tactical reason for the Chinese not to strike a Taiwan within the next three years? What is the thing that would stop them? American American forces are weaker than a year ago because one of our ships went a lot went offline because one of the sailor allegedly set it on fire and the sailors didn't know how to put out a fire. I would give you odds that they were a 100% caught up in their trans awareness training, though their firefighting training was apparently deficient. But what would stop you if you were G you have seen Americans? Nothing. Nothing. You think the Germans are going to suddenly stop trading with the Chinese? Maybe the Americans will for a little while. And then you know the walmarts and the costcos and everybody are going to start calling their senators. And saying, hey, I can't get my cheap garbage to sell to Americans.

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Jim Hanson and Sebastian on Why the Kremlin's Laughing at Us

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:06 min | 8 months ago

Jim Hanson and Sebastian on Why the Kremlin's Laughing at Us

"So you're a former weapons guy, fort Bragg, green beret. Can you just put into context for those who've never worn the cloth or republic, haven't hung out with the brotherhood at Vietnam? Can you explain what is the strategic weight of 9000 people in uniform? It's a road bump in Eastern Europe. I mean, come on. That's not going to stop it. It's a trip wire. And we've done that before. And I understand wiring works if you back it up. You gotta have explosives tied to that trip. Why are they gonna blow up? And Putin knows we got nothing behind that, but woke we got Jen Psaki who last time I checked was wearing a pink kami hat. You know, they took her before the game. Guys, let's dig it up Eric while we're talking. This is the chief propagandist of The White House Jen Psaki, who was Obama's chief propagandist in the State Department. I guess when Hillary was there, so she was Hillary's the chief propagandist. There is a photograph out there when she went to meet with Lavrov, Lavrov, who just eats these people for lunch. Gets people out, Jen Psaki caught in his teeth. Standing next to the Lavrov and she's wearing a pink or shanka. She's wearing a pink Soviet era officers winter hat with with the hammer and sickle red star emblem on the front of the hat, and she's grinning, jam. You know, to me, that should be as shameful as wearing a KKK hood. Right. I mean, if you want to think about who the only person the only people who killed more is the Chinese communists, who are emboldened now that they're just probably licking their lips, sitting there Z's loading ships. You know, Putin's going to roll tanks. Z is going to likely roll boats across the street. And is it for most of the time? Which one's more compressed them off worse? That's right for me. But the problem is, we just have no juice. Nobody believes we're a credible deterrent to anyone. NATO's not the UN's not

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Why Joe Kent Felt Called to Run for Congress in Washington State

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:25 min | 8 months ago

Why Joe Kent Felt Called to Run for Congress in Washington State

"If you live in Washington support this man Joe can't for Congress dot com that's Joe can't for Congress dot com 20 years serving this nation also his wife Shannon paid the ultimate price in Syria killed by the ISIS jihadists explain to us for millions of listeners across the nation. Why you've decided to not just have the quiet life you've bled enough for this nation? Why are you serving it again as a civilian Joe? You know, really, that's what I intended to do after my late wife was killed by resigned from government service and wanted to just come back here to home to the Pacific Northwest to raise my kids. But the way that the last election was stolen the way that the left weaponized all the violence of 2020 using antifa and BLM, I realized that our country was at war. It was just a war back here at home, and everything that I've seen since Biden was installed has really pointed to the fact that we are almost under totalitarian control and seeing how Republicans will not fight most Republicans or the rhinos will not fight. These are the same people that Thornton president Trump for his entire four years that really led to my wife being left in Syria after Trump tried to get us out. These people will not defend us. So when my representative Jamie hurry about their voted for the impeachment of president Trump, I knew that it wasn't a matter of, hey, is this the best thing for me to do right now? It was a matter of I'm being called to serve again to go and fight because this isn't politics as normal. We are at war and we need to be going to war against the left and against the rhinos.

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Peter Schweizer Exposes Nancy Pelosi, Dianne Feinstein, and Others in 'Red Handed' Book

Mark Levin

01:33 min | 8 months ago

Peter Schweizer Exposes Nancy Pelosi, Dianne Feinstein, and Others in 'Red Handed' Book

"Three let's start there Capitol Hill and let's start with Pelosi and Boehner and Feinstein at all go right ahead Yeah I mean this has been a target for the Chinese intelligence and the Communist Party for a long time And what they do is they basically provide cash rewards in the form of business deals and consulting deals with politicians in the United States So you take violence at dianne Feinstein senator who was chairman of the Senate intelligence committee for many years Her husband Richard Blum did hundreds of millions of dollars with deals in China with state backed companies And this was all going on while she was charting our foreign policy And as I quote in the book she was very apologetic She compared the a tenement square massacre where an estimated 10,000 Chinese civilians were killed some of them were just run over with tanks She compares that to Kent State in the United States On other occasions she said that China is more democratic and representative their dictatorship is than the representative republic that we are in the United States And it kind of reached a crescendo at one point her husband was invested in a Chinese computer company that was selling a computer's to the U.S. Military and had turned out the U.S. Marine Corps discovered that there were bugs on these

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The Truth About COVID Vaccines with Dr. Judy Mikovitz

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:30 min | 9 months ago

The Truth About COVID Vaccines with Dr. Judy Mikovitz

"The earlier part, I want to make sure our audience understands it. So even though if it's a series of viruses introduced by the flu vaccine, has there been research done to actually be able to find the markers of what this is? It's not just the flu vaccine. It's literally every vaccine and see no, I know, but it all seemed to culminate within one year. But then you say it's because of the masking and the fear and the immunosuppression. And the culmination is kill the most vulnerable. Who's being injected? It's a medical racism. Children are getting injected. But the elderly. They're very people with the disease. Again, you've got an emergency use, and the reason I mentioned Ebola is because Doctor John, who is the head of that team of Christians and is from where I'm from and to her, California and leading the healthcare system there. He did two things when he suspected the doctor got infected. And that it was actually contagious Ebola that Tony Fauci and company had been created. So they sent contagious Ebola. What did he give him? He gave him hydroxychloroquine. And saline, a quiet room, prayed for him, prayed for him. The book, the day, sorry, the book called for life by Kent and amber Brantley. That's the Doctor Who got sick. And so we remember the cover up is Tony Fauci and Obama in a plane went to the CDC. This was just when senator posey, I believe a Florida was going to bring to Congress to the Senate and unveil the thousands of pages of documents of the crimes committed in these vaccine programs in the tens of millions of people murdered and injured around the world starting with 8. And that's what the movie plandemic is about. Plandemic shows you the history, and that's why Mickey Willis can elevate films. They called it plandemic and I called it a plandemic because we've witnessed this since HIV aids, where gain of function studies were done to make a virus more deadly and then develop

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"kent" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent

Right Now with Stephen Kent

03:47 min | 11 months ago

"kent" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent

"Just because well just because you've come conversation with this conversation with zero understanding of any of the policies you're talking about. Please don't project it. I mean this conversation could have been entirely interesting like fifty different ways just because you're utterly clueless everything except phrases materialism or whatever boston utah doesn't mean i can't hear clueless to argue policies. Talk about our advocate. You are with your utopian third party. i'm talking about real issues. That are very complicated. Eight mile which. I have to talk fast because you again three times conversation. What is going on over at twitch it is not just for gaming anymore. There is a rough and tumble political scene. And we've got twit streamer dylan burns here. From the hippy dippy roundtable we'll get into politics on twitch getting the left focused on local government over culture wars. Crt race in america. And of course the metaverse. I'm steven kent. This is right now though so tell us a little. Bit about the hippy. Dippy roundtable championship. Which finally just concluded. And we've got a repeat winner. Destiny took on infrared on your show. Recap the debate for us so destiny of has defended. The hippy dippy championship after winning it. And which was very controversial decision when he did win the championship which Where there was judges mix up and many people call hippy. Dippy screw job in reference. To of course the montreal. Screw job where. There was a mixup before. But he eventually was decided that he was the champion and he defended against infrared which is on online communist figure and It was very interesting because For somebody who's like you know Like of of the people for the people he obviously hasn't hired union workers to work on his audio. Because i couldn't understand half the things he was saying so that was a problem at all. These people were professionals. You famers you would think he was a professional streamer. But i guess just much like alec baldwin. He hired nonunion labor and that resulted in a in a very bad products with the when it comes with mike quality and You know they had a debate on whether you should vote for democrats and infrared..

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Joe Kent: From Army Special Forces to Congressional Candidate

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:34 min | 11 months ago

Joe Kent: From Army Special Forces to Congressional Candidate

"Joe Kent welcome to America first. Tell us your story first. We were going to discuss your epic decision to serve the nation again this time out of uniform, but tell us a little bit about your life history. What you decided to do at the age of 18 and what you've done in uniform for this nation. Absolutely so pretty much as far back as I can remember, I wanted to serve the country abroad, fighting our nation's wars. I came in just before 9 11. I was really inspired by the rangers in the 1993 Black Hawk down incident. So talking to the army recruiters and you got a ranger contract ready to high school, work my way into ranger regiment. I started my career there. And then my way into special forces. So green berets as most people know them. Actually, it was in special forces selection one 9 11 happens. So God done with the special forces qualifications course, immediately went to 5th special forces group and spent pretty much the next two decades at war. So winter combat 11 times for this country, greatest honor of my life. Retired the 20 year mark because I wanted to be able to stay in the fight operational retired on a Friday and then swore in as a paramilitary operations officer at the CIA on a Monday intended to make that my second career. I felt it was my nation's calling to serve this country overseas fighting war. But my time was cut short tragically because my late wife, Shannon Kent, who was also a special operator, a navy cryptologist and Arabic linguist who had joined the military right after 9 11. She was killed fighting ISIS in Syria in 2019. She was killed about a month after president Trump attempted to fulfill the will of the American people and get us out of our endless war. She was part of the final push to destroy the territory territorial caliphate. Once that happened, Trump attempted to get our troops out as he promised. And that's when the deep state essentially turned against him Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis and a bunch of other unelected bureaucrats, committed bureaucratic slow role, went to the media, their end result was that my wife and the element that she was worth a special operator she was with ended up staying in Syria, a month later her and three other great Americans are tragically killed by suicide bomber and managed Syria. So I decided that that moment that I had to resign from putting myself in physical danger to take care of our two young children, move back here to the Pacific Northwest, had a little bit of an opportunity to meet president Trump and really tell him that his America first foreign policy was actually giving it right. I served under Clinton, I served under Bush served under Obama and we remained in this state of continuous war and without making any gains really just for the benefit of the military industrial complex until president Trump came on the scenes and gave us the authorities and then really the ability to go out and crush the enemy decisively, but not getting any

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Moving From California to Arizona? Fine. But Leave Your Policies Behind

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:39 min | 11 months ago

Moving From California to Arizona? Fine. But Leave Your Policies Behind

"You look at what's happening in California, all the people who are escaping, bringing their politics with them. People are saying that areas are not going to say blue because the only color for the Democrats is deep socialist red. So what talk to us about the dangers of a Democrat takeover in Arizona? How you're going to stop it and what your vision is for that great, great state, Cary. It is scary because we have seen so many people. I guess they're living in exile. They've left California because leftist policies over the last several decades have driven California, turned it into a hellscape to be honest. There's homeless encampments everywhere. The taxes are sky high. People are still being forced to mask up. It's horrible. So they're leaving in droves coming to Arizona looking for a free state. The problem is, we want to remain Arizona. We love our western heritage, our wild west heritage our native heritage and what makes us special. We don't want to morph into a big suburb of California. And we don't want the leftist policies that turned to California into the hellscape that it is seeping into Arizona. And we're starting to see that happen. So people are now rising up realizing it's happening quickly. California are coming over here, driving our housing prices up. And we don't want that. We are a welcoming people in Arizona, but please come here and respect the fact that we are a western state. We love our freedom. We love our Second Amendment. We love everything that makes this country free and don't try to change us into the California or the Oregon or the Washington blue state that you just

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03:58 min | 1 year ago

"kent" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent

"What the heck is an outright comedy echo chamber and our socialist comedy clubs in los angeles. The answer we're gonna talk about that in the pandora papers as well. Celebrity fight tapes with comedian. Lou perez formerly of we the internet tv. I'm steven kent. And you're watching right now wanna set last night before you came and join us here in. Dc you were moderating not moderating your opening the bill kristol over. Scott horton foreign policy debate and so i was a i was the warm up. Act the warm comedy. Act for debate about war. Which is every comedian's dream the people who are really big into drone strikes on weddings. It's just things possible. While i was at one point i i guess i have to pull the audience and be like you know who here is pro war and then here's antiwar and there weren't that many antiwar people i was like whoa i. He's built in the debate. Claimed to be antiwar you know. I think i think he changed. He changed views. And so sarah's more wars so that we can have less wars and moore's veterans to think. So what did you think of that debate. Though i mean you you got to actually observe. I feel like this is a debate that we've all wanted to actually see bill. Kristol defend some of his his views and influence in the neoconservative foreign policy establishment for all these years. How did it go for him. I have to admit. I performed my wife. Who's eight months. Pregnant was in the audience and i only watched the opening salvos of both Bill kristol and scott horton. I'm gonna check out the rest of the debate which i probably should have done before coming here. You know. and you just laying on me I think i think it was. It was really interesting. I think bill was kinda according to the openers..

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01:36 min | 1 year ago

"kent" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent

"The.

"kent" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent

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02:53 min | 1 year ago

"kent" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent

"Right now i'm steven kent hostility to government interference in the private sector. Communications business in general is an attitude which is defined the american right at least since the reagan years regulation meddling just lawmaking general that impacts business interest is sort of taboo. Of course there's always been tension that exists on the right namely between the libertarian minded faction the more conservative ones in washington. Dc that's captured by the differences between the heritage foundation. The cato institute. The american conservative versus reason magazine. The shared concern is tyrannical government and the shrinking of individual liberty. The split is over whether or not you can use government power to shape public life and the discourse to protect rights in this republic. The government has ordered in such a way that its purpose is to protect rights which pre exist all of this. It doesn't create rights bestow them. It secures rights at lisa theory roe v. Wade is a pretty obvious challenge to that in my opinion but if we have a natural right to freedom of speech assembly association are those things just erased. Because you said yes to facebook's terms of service or twitter's when facebook is the most supercharged tool we've ever seen that mankind has ever invented to organize and gather across zip codes and time zones to coordinate on political matters and organiz ourselves to protest rally march. Or whatever why are we allowing mark zuckerberg and all the people like him of the world and all of their busy body entry level staffers to deciders of who gets to speak. And what is truth. I've got a great guest on here today to talk about that. I'm joined at the table by robbie. Swabbing is a senior editor at reason and author of the forthcoming book tech panic. It's your second one robbie. Congratulations thanks so much. How is writing the second one versus the i. I think the process was a little bit more difficult. this time Probably just because of the stress endemic but it felt fun doing it because this topic has gotten so much more important as i was writing it every day. There's more stories about calm fears about big tack and censorship in bias and it really seems to keep heating up to almost be. The defining issue of of our political conversation started this well over a year ago. The conversation has always been sort of simmering about big tech and the fear that it might get to be too powerful and need to be regulated. The past year has really thrown lighter fluid. On all of that i mean. Did you ever like for one moment. That maybe maybe you're just gonna have to start over from the beginning because the conversation has just moved so fast as i was writing the book. Donald trump was still on the platforms. And as i was getting ready to hand the book in his i would argue that his rhetoric it causes causes significantly contributes to the attack on the capital..

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04:34 min | 1 year ago

"kent" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent

"And whether.

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02:27 min | 1 year ago

"kent" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent

"For at least a couple of decades on that well. I'm not totally sure whether this is going to be controversial. Good news or not for this controversy has miss clayton neville never never Allergic to as you know i. I am very heartened by the admittedly sort of multi vocal multi part national effort to push back against what has come to be called critical race theory in in schools. And the reason. I say it might be controversial. Is because there are different views on exactly how you should get this poisonous stuff out of out of kids ears for those you know. Critical theory has become a catch all term for an incredibly aggressive strain of thought that sorta like densify all things bad with whiteness and then teaches this very young impressionable children with predictably disastrous results. On the the reason that i raise it as good news here is not because i want to have an argument about exactly how to push back against this because it seems genuinely as if this is an issue in which the right is pursuing an effective strategy that involves engaging on the ground it like when when parents hear about this stuff and you can see videos coming out of school boards and things like that when they understand what's really being taught as opposed to the current sort of like leftist off station about it on and they they genuinely find it warrant and that speaks well of the american beleaguered american sold me a great piece the battle for loudon county written by my friend and colleague Hoffman on the american mind. That sort of deals with this in one locality. but i'm i'm heartened by the fact that there is still you can still go into school districts and and sound the alarm about something like crt and get response. The pushback is real and it has been amazing to see. I think the the grassroots know that you make absolutely true and we actually interviewed nathaniel hodgman here on rightly just a couple of days ago so if you go into our youtube channel you can actually find nate near the top of the feed talking about the battle of loudon county. Those parents against critical race theory. That is it for this week's episode of right now stephen cancer. I'm steven kent. We'll be back next week. New shows every thursdays and videos throughout the week. We'll see then..

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02:55 min | 1 year ago

"kent" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent

"Republic or at least until the next convention like it would be crazy for them not to send them and then every state you can pass laws trying to bind their delegates to vote for certain things But the big question among legal scholars has been whether or not state laws binding delegates for a federal convention is actually binding so like the would be that like you. Send your delegates from new york. And they're going to push for the abolition or destruction of the second amendment but then they could actually go the other way when they get to the convention because they're free and that's why this is kind of scary to me because i've heard this talked about for a long time conservatives. Have this fantasy that the only thing that's going to happen at an article five convention is going to be a balanced budget amendment. But i feel like you say that all of the pushback that i've heard on on twitter and and people tend to be extremely comfortable with pushback on twitter from conservatives it tends to be from conservatives because and this could be just because People aren't you know aren't aware of the of the process of Of of amending the constitution. But i hear consistently no. We don't wanna do that. But california new york will get rid of the second amendment et cetera et cetera et cetera. The list of endorsements for the article five convention. I was just looking at it yesterday at one of the convention in the states. It's just like every conservative celebrity. That i could find. It's like mark levin. Sarah palin sean hannity charlie kirk rhonda's scientists groups the heritage foundation has cautioned against exactly so just the academic classes. Maybe like a little bit more wary of it. Well i guess to hone in on some of these concerns phil what would stop this from. Turn say say balanced budget amendment is the point of the convention. I think all of us would be down that but what's to stop it from turning into a runaway convention where all of a sudden the fourth amendment is up for debate. The first amendment is up for debate. The senate is up for debate. What's to stop. That don't know. I don't know i i had i've seen A few people discussing it. But i haven't looked in to the arguments for and against Whether or not running runaway debate would happen well enough to comment on them. So that's something that i don't want to dip my toes into without having more more information about About what it is that people think indicates that it would be would not be a runaway convention. I think that that kind of the principle of the matter whether or not it should be done. it's risky. It could go very badly for all sorts of different constitutional rights that we currently hold near and dear it could also make really smart reforms to the way that government works for example. There's one left group. Progressive group called wolf pack. That they have all these different sort of wishlist items..

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"kent" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent

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03:39 min | 1 year ago

"kent" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent

"This isn't about anything specific. It's just about trying to ruffle people's feathers and make a couple dollars at the same time. Yeah that's what. It seems. Like to me. Because i usually find that when an online mob is able to dictate what type of thing what type of changes can be made whether it'd be like in movies or comics and i a lot in the comics Field where people will advocate for these changes and they might not even be the core consumer of that product they just want to see more representation. You know through like skin color and they didn't even purchase the thing that they're advocating for. So i think that these companies when they make these changes they're doing it thinking that These people are the majority. But i i believe that. They're actually just the loudest and they're the ones that make the most noise but they're not the ones that are actually going to be purchasing this product when it's all said and done yeah. It's it's like this weird tyranny of the minority sort of thing you just wonder like is the actual fan base for this really invested in like star wars. Fandom is like this all the time it's the most popular franchise in the world but for some reason it caters to the smallest subset of its audience. Which is just focused on twitter. The far left fans but with idris. Elba and james bond. I thought like what they ended up doing was interesting in that they ended up casting this woman by the name of lassana lynch. Who's going to be the next double o seven. But she's not james bond right like idris. Elba is going to be james bond. May james bond black but then they decided instead to hand off the double o seven tag to another agent and that i went okay. That's clever double o seven can be anybody and that's That's sort of the weird ways. In which i think you can advance this sort of stuff without trying to be controversial and divide people based on race but i diverge so the next job your story like you you leave twitch right so like because de monetization right like you were not able to run your sort of business there right you go over to youtube you walkaway video and that's sort of like the next big thing that helps blow you up on this next big platform why the walkaway like why the switch to cancel culture kind of like ruined part of my in my livelihood. I'm building something new over here. I'm going to take it out on the democratic party. What was sort of your connection and the and the step that you made there so it really started of so as a going back to what i said towards the election last year. Really when black lives matter. Kind of reemerged Summer i started to see on my twitter. Feed a bunch of content creators on the twitter platform were openly just bullying and harassing people. That weren't either putting a hashtag up and saying something about blm or they were harassing people. That were found to not be supportive. Supportive of biden. So i'm looking at twitch like. Are you going to do something about this. Because these people you're allowing half of your creators just harass one another and you're not actually saying anything about it so it seems a little bit a little bit biased away. So i i went over to youtube and i did my walkaway video and this was after months of researching and trying to figure out where i stand on the political spectrum and i still say that politically holding i definitely yeah i was..

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"kent" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent

Right Now with Stephen Kent

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"kent" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent

"A little bit more conservative in the past twenty years and you don't so republicans have had to put in the work to sort of communicate with those communities but it's not impossible right. It's not like somehow every single person whose ancestors come from latin. America is like a super. Left-wing democrat is actually just the opposite. And i wish conservatives had a little more confidence sometimes in their own ideas. We can pitch this to people. And i hope it's a good outcome of the twenty twenty election that trump invest in rio grande valley and he found a lot of new voters there right and that we can then talk in a sort of rational way. Like isn't miami better off for all those people who've come from abroad like isn't that why it's like such a cool cities such a major center of finance and you know the politics follows from you. Gotta do the work. But it's very possible. Did you see tucker carlson's bit about the nation being overcrowded and that overcrowded nations are ugly and unhappy. What did you make of that comment. And why is it wrong. Because i know you don't agree with that but like this. This seems to be what everybody believes like. You just talked to people out on the street. They're like yeah. There's too many there's not enough. There's not enough room here. You've talked to somebody in the middle of north carolina like in greensboro about the middle of the state. And they're just be like you. I don't want more people here. That's the bias. We just had this negatively biased. Some people do right and one thing i do want to say. Why is that. America's really big. It's a really big quite empty and tucker carlson's personal life trajectory in which he is now spending more time in rural maine. Like that's great guy. No i mean originally right but it's actually separate from his politics and his personal life. It's like a very sensible move right like you can. If you want to live in a sparsely populated portion of the united states of america. We have a lot of great options for you. I love me too. So tucker and i have in common growth. It's interesting to me. My wife is from texas. So since i met her i started spending more time in the san antonio area and texas had this incredible population growth a lot of domestic migration. Some of its international. And it's interesting to me. How proud texas elected officials are of that. Rick perry brags about it. Greg abbott brags about it. Then the democratic mayors in san antonio and dallas fort worth. They all brag about it. It's very different from the east coast mentality. we have a lot of sort of like left wing hipsters. Who are like. Aw it's terrible. New people are in the city and then you have kind of like crank he rural conservatives all my guide human beings spoke spanish. So it's like did possible separate from partisan frames to just like have a different attitude to the fact that people want like it's dynamic. It's interesting that new things are being built. It creates a lot of opportunities for people. I agree like you don't want us to become the most overcrowded country on earth. We're so far from that right. We are at one. Sixth of the population density of germany about a tenth the population of the united kingdom and those like nice clean countries. It's fine switzerland. Which is like the canonical clean. Country is much more populated than the united states is so we got a lot and i was driving recently from north carolina. Backup to virginia. Where i live and i went through. This town amherst..

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Right Now with Stephen Kent

07:51 min | 1 year ago

"kent" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent

"I think the fact that people are taking to the streets at all sort of speaks to that I also think by the way. There's this there's this moment in real near the end of the revolutionary war. It's the newburgh conspiracy it's called You guys probably know about this. That like at a certain point. The soldiers started to get antsy because they hadn't been paid and there was a conspiracy floating around in washington's camp that they should just defect the just like peace out and there is this moment new washington famous speech to kind of put this thing down and there was this moment at which he says. Look there's people are saying that if you step back and you deliberate about this then what you're really doing is you're just you're just copping out. You're just being weak. And i hear that a lot also on the conservative movement that things are so bad that if you take a moment and actually advised that we deliberate about this week. You're just you're just falling over to to the left In washington says you know down that road madness lights. And i really agree with it. I think that like the idea. All we like we just have to rush into action because everything is so bad does kind of conducive. I mean there are certain crisis moments at which that's true but in it right now for example when we're two years out in the next election thinking very deeply about what we're for is kind of the right thing. What would you do when you think about. Instances in the past where we rushed into extreme action in the face of a perceive crisis. I would say many of those haven't aged particularly well. Yeah and you point. Spencer you you know all about it like with the newburgh address. Part of what washington was chiding with a against us. Anonymous was the idea and i sort of liken it a little bit to the russian roulette analogy of of flight ninety three s. A is that like there is no time for thinking for prudence for reason Only action if you are one of those people who say like we need to take a breath and decide whether or not we're about anarchy or whether or not we are about deliberation a plan that you're squish that you're not really involved in the fight and that you don't have an end you save the republic and that's enough that drives me crazy so again not not to make this whole conversation about plenty three but again like there was a crisis there. There was a date on that one right to vote to make that decision and so i. I don't want to say that. There's no such thing as a time for choosing the as they call it. But i do sort of suspect you know. I was talking to charles kessler whose another clermont guy and we do a podcast on claremont review of books and we were comparing the this january six moment slash this react the whole reaction to all of the court cases that the left kind of in the lead up to the election right that the you know the rules were changed and now there are some calls to somehow centralize election integrity efforts to form a national bureau or whatever And we published an essay arguing against this and in favor of this kind of the gradual process whereby the electoral count was finally certified after this very contentious election and charles was comparing it to post nine eleven. Obviously a much bigger catastrophe. The loss of an election was another moment in which you know when you get when you get punched in the gut when you really something happens that it's just really devastating. There's impulse to do something about it right now. And a lot of the stuff that conservatives are now sort of reconsidering the forever war stuff. The patriot act like that. That's a hangover from that moment. When we sort of leapt kind of rashleigh into into action. And i think that there is an analogy there that we are now in this moment. Where lee suffered this great loss. We're we're very looked even to believe that it really happened right. There's very serious kind wrangling over the stolen election. I which i think you know. If that's true then our answer should be like you know gradually and slowly fight the court cases that return overturn these kind of in some cases on constitutional election rules as opposed to write suddenly. Like we just leap catastrophically into as you've noted in your podcast. Numerous times like the court battles were fought battles were lost. Gotta move on and you mentioned it's audits go ahead and put in a quick plug. You are watching right now. With steven kent. You can watch on youtube please. like and subscribe. And if you are listening via podcast leave us a rating and review. Five stars would be nice. Tell us what you think about the show And just to just to kind of go back into it here. Spencer in the in the thick of it. So we've got this fight. We've got this problem that we need to decide whether or not we're going to give in to despair or we're going to rally around a politics of hope i kinda of want to back up a little bit To something that you were mentioning about sort of the politics of optimism. Because brad and i both come from the libertarian world and even do a segment on this show where i like to share some good news. Good trend lines. We'll do to do it at the end of this episode but there is this part of me that goes oh man i don't i don't know if the world is really getting better. I feel something inside of me. That says it is really getting worse. And that's because i'm also a christian like it is a part of my faith that the world is going to fall apart and requires a savior like revelation doesn't come about because things are going super well like that's also baked into my very being so i'm always torn between the sort of conservative instinct about whether or not You know we really need to fight back and try to sort of save this moment or this libertarian aspect. That says you know things are actually getting better. Human progress is a foot. Well you definitely. Everybody needs to take the fall of man pill like this is some writing and that isn't laxed bill and like the. There's a lot i think. Of course out there that involves not having taken the fall of man pill i mean. This is madison's great insight right going back again to the founding is that actually like angels were to govern men than than no longer be necessary but in fact like we live among in this kind of embolic world in which things fall apart and i was noticing. You were on instagram. I saw kind of like thinking about some of these. Some of these issues and you were you. Were making a comparison with with the rings. Which like i really like. I think the idea of of the rings is kind of a power corrupts but it exists in the world like and so there is a sense in which you know are a reaction to corona virus for example. I sort of premised on this idea that you can sweep all death off of the playing field but somehow you can arrange things just right and then like nobody's ever going to die and there won't be any costs to that. I think that there is a level in which you have to take the piddling that is not the world and speaking to lord of the rings. Because i was watching it again over over the weekend i just showed you just showed my daughter the fellowship of the ring and so. Let's talk about the libertarian conservative. Divide because every time i watch movie i see something different this time. I saw bormio and argon both kind of wanting in their hearts the ring a power. Everybody wants during power. Galadriel wanted it. But she said no bore mir his his his kingdom is surrounded by the army of darkness. He is feeling desperate and eventually he goes for that rena power because he feels the only thing that can be done to wield it to turn back the forces of darkness. And i saw him right the common or higher good conservatives in that moment like they want to wheeled the ring and gore and. I saw the libertarian.

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Right Now with Stephen Kent

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"kent" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent

"And i think millennials by and large do gen z are very radical. And you can't tact at them a little bit for the privilege they enjoy and i think that's fine the light. Why is that. Are they an optimistic generation or they nihilist. Because i've heard things about them. I'm not sure they get that far as far as what happened. After you're done deconstructing everything and that is a prime question. I have for the american left that nobody feels like asking what happens in twenty years. When you're done deconstructing everything. What are you going to rebuild. I would say that. Gen z if you trace the academic roots let's say post structuralism deconstruction as and see how it sort of infiltrated not just the academy. But corporate life media live. I think gen z is growing up in a sense after that sort of idea of deconstruction and burn it. All down has become hegemonic among Cultural elites and younger people as far as the messages were getting. So maybe there is something to that idea of establishmentarian 'isms versus people who just want to burn down the entire system. But i will note once again in that gap between what people say online and how people actually think. I am not quite sure. And i would be interested in researching this and i plan on researching this this year. What are these people really thinking in reality. and what messages. What structures and policies and messages will bring people who are a little bit younger back into reality and hope of rebuilding our institutions and not just burning. My understanding is that gen z is like in terms of of their views And that one of the cultural issues that they break from millennials on is the sensitivity issue like they have more established norms as generation where millennials learned a lot of different sort of inclusivity over the course of our youth and then young professional years. Gen z. it's the default..

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Right Now with Stephen Kent

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"kent" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent

"I think people are legitimately angry at what their kids are learning how they're being told to act and think and i think the republican party and the conservative movement needs to meet those people where they are and part of the healing process. That will bring. Let's say the trump ice and the right wing reaction or is back in is start. I was listening and understanding. Yeah and that's like what we were saying before that just a lot of the stuff isn't listening is dismissive and i know i can be rude on sweater. Sometimes can be dismissive and go to hell stuff. I i think it's a platform that prioritizes these things to survive on. That said like when when you want to win people over to your side. Like that's when i go back like brooks heart and stuff like i'm very big on like if we want to get people on our side issue is figure out if you have a solution if you have ideas it's like saying city is like with With a rural areas for For liberals whatever it is if you're not listening to people like you're not trying 'cause like then just people feel like they don't care about me and i understand that like i mean we've all had times when whether it's more personal or on a business level people dismiss you and you're like oh well so they don't give two craps what i think. I have a question for the tape. And people know why does gen. Z hate millennials. so much like millennials. It's always been us versus the boomers and gen x. Kind of gets a raced in that entire equation. Though i don't feel like there's anybody out there who's like oh gen-x ruin everything with grunge but there's like this really palpable sort of thing going on between gen. Z and millennials. What is that about in terms of temperamental. The values why they hate are luxurious. us side. parts that really show off my hair and they hater skinny jeans on they can go there middle parts and hopefully they all have symmetrical theory..

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Right Now with Stephen Kent

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"kent" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent

"Suburbs will be our next generation of voters. Yeah i can't echo that enough. I love all of that one thing. I'll note to just a shoutout to oklahoma. City's mayor david holt. I think he's a really good model for a lot of this. I think there's a couple republican mayors throughout the country. Where you see that. They're they're like governing. They're doing their jobs. They're focusing on people's lives and making their communities better. They're not like out for the retweets. They're not to be like the next whatever channel contributor. They're there to do their jobs. And we need more of that on in both parties. I think and let me let me. Let me jump in if you don't mind You know we're not necessarily plugged into any republican candidate's. Here's a question about twenty twenty. Did kelly law floor and david perdue have significant black outreach on school choice in atlanta regardless of what happened with impeachment and the election being stolen did they do. What ron santa's did to win as governor's race in two thousand eighteen is ron johnson. Planning on spending time in milwaukee in two twenty two to win reelection these are questions. Gop strategists need to ask themselves if they're not asking these questions and they're relying on the the old base and trying to win back the. We're not gonna win and this is this all goes back to. The demographics is destiny. Sort of argument that again. We saw playing out in two thousand twelve mitt. Romney went down. there was the whole. Gop autopsy kind of some of the conversation. We're having today kind of again. Like another autopsy of what went right and what went wrong in two thousand sixteen republicans But at the same time like we wanna see a different party and it does seem to me that the old base the republican party is holding on for dear life to this party and that they are not going to let go..

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Right Now with Stephen Kent

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"kent" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent

"And where the opportunity is you see. Enormous just reported yesterday by nbc blue-collar shifts towards the republican party including among hispanics and black americans among blue-collar spandex and blacks and in philadelphia the words that flipped most to trump from sixteen to two thousand twenty where the hispanic sections of north philadelphia. There is an enormous opportunity for the american. Right it's not among woke progressive college graduates. It's not among hate has no home here. Thirty five year old moms in the suburbs. Among working people of color who comprise an enormous wag of the democratic constituency and yet have no voice in the party whatsoever because the democratic party is steered by an elite kadre of woke online mostly white progressive college graduates. They have forgotten their base. And i believe the republican party more than ever has an enormous opportunity there enormous gettable groups. Just look at people without college degrees and then juxtaposed that with biden's give away to college graduates who have student loan debt with the with the young people who are definitely. I think they'd just by default identify with the democratic coalition because of the identity politics stuff because of sort of the the more touchy feely aspects of the party. It does seem to me though like that barrier is what is always going to keep the zuma's and whatever generation comes after them from the republican coalition until the republican party learns to speak to more people at the national level. Because you mentioned cities. Like i think that there is always a chance for city policy particularly like with making the cities of the future zoning reform schools and this entire nightmare during covid and republicans being the party of opening the schools again. This is an opportunity but it will never happen as long as at the national level..

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"kent" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent

Right Now with Stephen Kent

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"kent" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent

"And there's been this rise of long form media. This show is kind of one of those things like. We're going to take our time and let things breathe but there's also this other side of it. Which is that. Kids are on tiktok getting. They're really quick bursts of information. And whoever's best at communicating on a rapid form is changing. The minds of young people supposedly. That's what they tell us. Yeah yeah. I think that's a good point but it's not all that new like buying a few years ago it was a big thing. It's kind of weird that that like yeah line and i was very good at it. I will very good but but tiktok has kind of. I mean it's different but it's kinda going that way. And i know there have been studies that show that like people are consuming faster media. Even older people like want like faster smaller. I guess that's also like the age old thing. Because i don't want to be like all concede of the president here. That or hurt moment is so different. But i feel like that's just shorter. Attention spans have been the thing. I think it's kind of something that like plays altogether Albert have you seen any of that in your work. do you think it's maybe due to something else. I think it's a really complicated political question that we face is how to be thoughtful while still being punchy how to break through the noise without sort of flattening all narratives into us versus them Your disgrace or you're fired or you know we're with you. We defend you scrub. It's really interesting but then again we see this desire. This sort of this is why podcasts. This is why joe. Rogan is so popular this sort of back to basics effort to really talk and think and discuss things a little bit more in depth..

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"kent" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent

Right Now with Stephen Kent

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"kent" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent

"Upper middle class kids. All of them have advanced college degrees and they are the more they wanna burn down the system and yet they are products of the stub. Yeah we we read about them all the time. Very privileged kids going to ivy league schools They're like third generation students at these schools and they come in there with a impressed attitude and thinking that they they can't succeed because of x. factor like you are at harvard. And your mommy and your grandma both also went to harvard. And it's just. It's a huge disconnect. And i think that's true. That is one reason why you're going to have like these activist sort of socialist among yo- young cohorts but they're never gonna be authentically socialist like as a cohort because they're too wrapped up in the fruits of capitalism and also like. I think it's one of the hard parts of her society to like. I was saying we're more recognition for things. It's also the fact that people can be all different points in in life in society economically to and still deal with things so. I think it's good that we're kind of understanding. Hey you can be here but still deal with this. And that's healthy but it's just when you latched too much onto the bad part. I think that can be really bad for someone and that can just be bad for their soul for the motivation. There's a lot to be said there. Also for all different kinds of groups on albert. How do you see that playing. And maybe the complexity of society maybe just people not matching their You know their lived experience with like i hate to say lived experience. I've just realized they said it. But social media will make fun of me but but but matching all that with your upholster so you know this kind of stuff. What does the data tell you about like. I guess our new complex issue society. So i would say both the data on the hidden tribes in american politics and my own anecdotal experience..

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"kent" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent

Right Now with Stephen Kent

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"kent" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent

"Hello and welcome to right now. I'm steven can't bright. Now is the very first show from rightly a new digital platform from aljazeera. Our goal here is to provide a platform for dialogue on the future of the american political. Right i happen to be working on this very same kind of project win. Aljazeera reached out. And i'm thrilled. We found one another to do this. Political discourse in america has become really bitter and disorienting for all of us not just for the millions of americans whose identities are tied rightly or wrongly to being opposed to the modern democratic party. American conservatism has long been defined. What's called fusion ism. It's the timid marriage between traditionalist. Conservative and libertarian thought united by a shared commitment to liberalism or openness or accommodation. That marriage of convenience goes back decades and then it peaked in the cold war. Now in case you haven't noticed it has since gotten pretty ugly. The marriage is undergoing counseling. The feeling on the right is that the political left has radicalized abandoning abandoning the one thing. All political factions in the united states used to have in common which was that liberalism or modus vivendi. It essentially means coexistence now up the left has radicalized true. But what do we do with that. Donald trump seized on the work of radio legend rush limbaugh essentially sang to be conservative. Means to fight like hell or they win. Whereas william f. buckley once like it to standing history yelling stop this new version of that is shouting stop while also hitting back with star spangled brass knuckles all the time. Now trump also tapped into a desire to challenge conservative conservative economics and orthodoxy. Like keeping the government out of the hair private companies or the virtues of free trade now for trump trade was about his zero sum view of the world and a narrow definition of what it means to win if france was putting tariffs on our goods..

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