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"kim strassel" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:34 min | 5 months ago

"kim strassel" Discussed on KTOK

"The official our guest clock here and there just isn't enough time to be fit in with the caller here so I think women do we have and this segment's gonna be short because I went way along in the Kim Strassel analysis that's my bad the segment should be more properly time so each one has significant length but I just I went long either one of them a blow the flow so we'll take a break here coming up sadly soon and come back we'll do our a couple of calls again the Conrad black piece because it's an entirely different take on this from the we need to be really worried of what the Democrats are doing a Democrat zero degrees still trumps longer they're going to really be and Conrad thanks to Democrats in most in that bunch of people running around right now it's just a fan's fascinating contrast you're free to choose your side which one you agree with all coming up hang on it's another week of this following through on the state homeowners to be socially different and another day for this the flattening of the curve is on the way plus another possibility office beginning to turn around the country opened up that's why another update is coming up at the top of the hour winning this war just another day not so with all this happening every day we could be in a very different place by the end of April one thousand Katie okay news I rich Dennison the nation's governors.

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How has Trump handled his response to the latest mass shootings?

WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

10:48 min | 1 year ago

How has Trump handled his response to the latest mass shootings?

"Horrific mass shootings over the weekend and el paso texas and dayton ohio shakeup american politics takes how much will really change as a result in either the law or the american political debate welcome paul zhigo with the wall street journal and i am here here again with kim strassel. Oh kim hi paul and the esteemed bill mcgurn. How are you bill. No common motivation <hes> <hes> we don't know the motive yet of the dayton ohio killer a young man who managed to kill nine and his sister <hes> el paso <hes> the motive seems seems to be <hes> somewhat <hes> anti immigration anti hispanic anti-corporate <hes> and <hes> <hes> some people are saying white supremacists. There's no question he was the killer is <hes> anti-immigration but <hes> both disturbed deeply disturbed curbed young men <hes> and <hes> immediately though this being america circa two thousand nineteen the the episodes devolved into a discussion about <unk> out <hes> who's to blame which <hes> which politicians whose hate speech <hes> much of the debate focused on on donald trump <hes> and and <hes> and of course immediately debate into gun control and <hes> other things <hes> bill a how do you think the president. I handled this in his remarks on on monday. Well i think two things one i thought he handled it reasonably well in his remarks but i think it doesn't matter <hes> in the sense of how they're going to be greeted i mean don't you think it's important that the united states would dissociate himself so forcefully and clearly yes i do but i also think he has. I think it's unfair. Do you think the president is a white supremacist i don't so who do you think you should disassociate yourself from white supremacy because i think i think this is toys debate. Hold it to second bill i do. I think we should have so dissociate the m._o. Editorial page now yes i do. We're not accused of it. We're not sure look. There's a political purpose to doing all this and i think this contributes to frankly. I'd say the larger contribution you should is if we talk about identity politics and assumed people to the country is built on white national night. You're gonna encourage <hes> crazy the young men to think that way so i think it's important i agree with you in the sense. I think it's important for trump to say the right thing but i don't think frankly. There's anything that he's going to say day. That's not going to be twisted. I mean elizabeth. Warren is tweeting out that fox. News is machine fair fair point bill. I mean th there's the the there's some critics you're you're not going to placate but a lot of them a lot okay yeah but i would say a forty five of fair enough but that's not the the audience the that trump necessarily needs to speak to he needs to speak clearly to the vast american public thing who want to believe that at their country is not going to hell and that there's not a race war going on and they wanna know what what how what kind of president because he is approach the president any president has an outside role to play in american political debate so is he going to be a calming force or not well. I would just go if that's true. Much of this rhetoric is coming from democrats who want to be president. I would just like to see people will help the same standard and to me. I don't think it's even close. I think the journal we had a great editorial today saying don't blame elizabeth warren. If this crazy guy turns out we did not blame the dayton fell. A left-winger left-winger describes himself as left and we also. I don't think we were blaming bernie sanders. When one of his supporters shots legalese we certainly did not but that we do not see that kind of responsible behaviour on on the other side. I think this i think this is derangement. That's why i'm saying. I think the president has to say these things. I'm not sure it matters in the sense that it's going to get a good reception. You're driving. We'll know today later when he goes down to visit right what you know how he's going to visit el paso today or tomorrow wednesday so kim <hes> <hes> you want to mediate this. I'm just enjoying this. You don't need to bring me in well. Well look. I mean i think the great tragedy of this whole discussion. <hes> that we're even having right now is that it's taking focus off what we are slowly slowly. Groping our way to understanding is the real problem here which is very troubled young men <hes> and the the issue here is that i mean somehow our culture has changed. It was remarkable speaking to a friend of mine who's been older. I am <hes> but it was remembering that when he was growing run up <hes> you know he grew up in rural pennsylvania they used to go to high school and they'd have their hunting rifles in their trucks to go out after school they would be unlocked talked to nobody would have dreamed of going out to get a gun and bringing it into a school and shooting up a people so it's not that there were significantly can't leave fewer guns back then something about our culture is changed and there's a a copycat element. This social media plays a role probably violence in in our culture plays a role. A lot of things are playing a role <hes> and what we're beginning to understand is that in that rests some of the solutions solutions if there are any to try to prevent some of this in the future and it's why the debates about sort of racism and white nationalism or the debates about gun control are beginning to sound very tired especially in the face of the reality of the very big problem we have of a generation of younger ran who feel isolated from society and unfortunately have the means to go out and cause great carnage well. I happen to agree three with all of those points kim but i think that our our our friends in the left would say aha here the right wing now talking of the conservatives are now going to root it causes <hes> and <hes> because they don't they're repairing to root causes of this because they're big causes and big problems albums. Take a long time to solve and you don't wanna do anything now about the immediate issues at stake which we want to do something about like gun control or laws on on this or that or going after the white supremacists that's what they would say. How much of that is because. I'm not whoa my view of this. The root causes point is not that it's a counsel of despair and to do nothing now but that it is happens to be beat be true that there is particularly for young men nation that has taken place that causes people to to want to kill their fellow human beings by the way yeah exactly and that's completely bogus their argument. Look we have a choice here. We can move forward and attempt to address the people who are doing the slain attempt to find them isolate them. Give them help or we can try to tackle uselessly <hes> as we know from all the statistics the close to four hundred million firearms that are in civilian possession in the united states now which of those seems like a more reasonable approach. I can tell you which one i think is gonna work. Better and there are immediate ways that you can address. This privacy laws us <hes> congress has an enormous job to go out and deal with hip and for these are privacy laws that make very difficult at times for health professionals this college administrators high school administrators to share information of troubled teenagers and souls with with their parents <hes> with others in the community with law enforcement they need to dealing with that. We're now having a useful discussion out there about red flag laws which are designed to highlight some of these troubled individuals and make sure that we limit their ability to get to a firearm. I still have some issues with the due process of many of those laws but they're at least looking in the right direction these days rather than more waiting periods are background checks which are are not going to help because as we know most of these killers those were they managed to get get a hold of these guns. Legally the red flag laws refers to <hes> the ability of some. I think it's a dozen states. Maybe fourteen states have laws which whittle allow police departments law enforcement or family members to be able to petition a court and say that <hes> john is <hes> is danger we think to his family himself or his community and we would <hes> petition the court to take away his gun now that usually most of these laws the person has a chance to make his own case against that but <hes> as you say there are some due process issues but i as a matter of principle bill. I actually support this. <hes> this kind of law i think in may need to go even further in the sense of not just <hes> making it difficult or for for this person or someone in his or her family to have a gun in the house but <hes> i you know i think we we need to revisit force commitment into institutions amount to help it. Look there's bigger problems with a lot of these kids. Fatherless homes president obama used to talk about that and people people assume it's the black community and that's not true we see a lot of these troubled youth <hes> kind of estranged from their dads and i think the american people would be for anything that they thought would work but a lot of these policy things are as kim sorta sadder just thrown out and no one really believes they'll work. Mark and of course politicians also want the easy soft quick solution. We've passed long. We fixed it and this this is obviously going to require a a multiplicity of efforts along mental health the law and so forth to try to identify these people and we have to be realistic. Even if we have a system in place we're not going to identify everyone right so it's going to be off the grid and get through were talking about the fallout from the mass shootings on the weekend and you're listening to potomac watch from the wall street journal

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"kim strassel" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"kim strassel" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

"From the opinion pages of the Wall Street Journal. This is the Tomac watch welcome back on Paul zhigo with Felicia Finley and Kim strassel, and we're talking about the General Motors decision to lay off a lot of workers. One good thing about the timing of this. If there's ever a good time to do it is that the labor market is so strong, Kim we have. Three point seven percent, unemployment nationwide, even lower in in some states, and where some of these layoffs will occur. So you're talking about about s- back being possibilities for work being much greater than they were eight or nine years ago. Yeah, it depends on where you are. There are pockets of places where the unemployment level is not as great. But you know, for instance, there's been a lot of blowback in Ohio where Democrats like house member, Tim Ryan and Senator Sherrod Brown have been very harsh. And blamed this on the president, of course, for all the wrong reasons, they're somehow suggesting that the corporate tax reform is allow GM to get away with bad behavior. This is all political posturing, but you know, it is true that in places like where that Ohio plant is in Lordstown. That you know, it's been a little bit rougher, or if you're a blue-collar worker, and there is some concern. So there's now going to be a focus on jam about whether or not you reshift production to some of these places, but overall, you're right. This is a moment at which the unemployment level is relatively low. And there are going to be other job opportunities. Even if they're outside at the industry the other question we shall wanted to explore a little bit. Here is is the the impact of the new NAFTA on the auto production trans because the president and his trading Goshi eight a Robert lighthizer negotiated new terms for auto production in the western hemisphere, where the share of auto production now has to be I think of local content has to be seventy five percent. I believe and it's up from sixty seven or so and more than that a good chunk of that production has to be at. Wages that are higher than they are now. And in fact, I think pretty substantially higher for for Mexico. And the assumption has been that will encourage more job more car production in the United States. But it looks as if. The global car trends, and consumer tastes and all the other things are going to dwarf any any change in trade policy has on. Car production. I think that's rioting you say Kim canoed nineteenth. That's the metaphor that came to my mind as well. He can't exactly command GM to create cars that are aren't a popular. Don't sell. Here's sixteen dollar in new NAFTA. They tried to insert or and they have inserted a mandate. Sixteen dollars per hour for forty percent of a car product this day, the US trade Representative Lee said that you know, they tried to accommodate the US on makers for GM and yacht. It would really mainly affect the the foreign makers mainly who operate in south and who utilize more porn components. You know, perhaps Nissan Toyota Honda, but the the issue here again is that you know, this isn't production being outsourced. They're just no longer producing. And they're going to continue. Bruce cars in China because that's where where their market is about open. That's right. They're more cars are sold in China than in D Wes in there are certain logistical issues. That would make it more expensive and make GM less competitive. If they were to make produce those cars in the US, and then ship them to China, they probably wouldn't be competitive in Chinese market. And what's important to also note is that the under the UAW's collective bargaining agreements. There's a profit sharing. So to the extent that the carmakers more profitable. That actually helps the workers. One other interesting political point cameras that I noticed that Donald Trump with his fine tuned political antenna took a shot at Sherrod Brown. The democratic Senator from Ohio newly elected from Ohio who has negotiated along with Ben something of a whisper to Robert lighthizer, the trade negotiator in dealing with NAFTA. But Trump took a shot. At Brown for the GM announcement saying, well, I guess he couldn't do anything to help keep that production plant inside, Ohio and..

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"kim strassel" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"kim strassel" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Well, I I'm so grateful to have you here. Thanks for joining us for our number two. If you missed our number one is you see on the big board, Kim strassel Mike Huckabee joining us and have we got a second hour for you tonight. I I hope that you don't make plans on going anywhere because the son of the president Eric Trump, the son of president Donald J Trump will be joining us before we are done, and it should be a really good conversation. Can't wait to ask you about all kinds of things related to what's been going on in the administration for the last couple of days, and where things are going as we'd lineup for the elections of twenty eighteen friends. They are just around the corner. It is it's coming up faster decision eighteen than you can imagine. And we're going to get to that. So look forward to that. Also. Over the next couple of weeks. It's going to continue to be one of those opportunities where we roll out. What I want? What I'm hoping you will do joining us for this fall. The we always take the fourth quarter of the year at radio Night Live and it Kevin McCullough radio my weekday show in my weekend show, and we always use these platforms to try to do something. Good. And if you were able to catch a little bit in the first hour tonight as we spoke with Joel vendor spec. The crisis is going on in Nigeria were the Falana herdsmen or writing into these Christian towns, murdering all of the Christians, killing the bombs, and the babies, and the dads and the sons all in the name of Islam friends, the people that are surviving these.

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"kim strassel" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"kim strassel" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

"From the opinion pages of the Wall Street Journal. This is Potomac. Watch, welcome back. I'm Paul zhigo with Kim strassel and Bill mcgurn and Kim, you're saying, well to go to bill's point. I think that kind of gets to the irresponsibility of the Obama strategy here, which I, if our colleague Coleman is correct. He never intended for these to go into effect, but tell that to the automakers who haven't fact invested significant amounts of money and time and research into figuring out how they would actually get to a point because they didn't know if it was going to go into effect or not. And that's the kind of lack of. So yes, this does change thing, business like certainty, but this was never something that was designed for certainty. One other thing I would just add, which is a really important aspect to this that gets a little bit overlooked, but the department transportation EPA also said that this would likely save twelve thousand lives, and that is. As a result of reduced auto fatalities, because as we all know, and while the industry would claim, there were wise and environmentalists claim, otherwise, physics does matter when you're driving vehicles. And you know if my truck was involved in a head on with the mini Cooper, I can tell you who would win it would not be the mini Cooper, and so you know, forcing people into these smaller cars or you know, new drivers Bill was talking about his daughter. You're putting him in a less safe position than lighter course. Smaller lighter. This bad about that. I mean, the times writes today that somehow these new materials are that much tougher. New cars are safer. I think it's safe to say, I would bet on the strassel. The ical folk. I. All right, they are stronger. I agree with that Paul, but again, there is just a physics question there too, which is, you know, if you're going to have a car that weighs two thousand pounds at one that weighs six or seven, one of them is going to come out of it, better shape time, speed equals impact rides. Okay. So let's let's turn to the Trump rallies and it's part of his campaign strategy which seems to be to put himself at the center of the of the campaign of this year and what the Trump persona at the center of that Trump has said that himself, but he's holding many more of these rallies. He seems to have many more planned. He told somebody in the presi planned to campaign six, seven days a week when the height.

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"kim strassel" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"kim strassel" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Know that if i'm gonna read something by low maybe kim strassel or andrew mccarthy or joe aprons i'm going to pretty much rely have the reliability of knowing story's going to be straight and if i see something come through from the huffington post or whatever i don't even read that line so a lot of it is fighting you know who you listen to knowing like listen to you or you know gary and mark levin and such and and and so you know what you're getting you know by doing the vetting ahead of time and i think that helps a lot to cut through the red taper you know a lot of the fake news stuff and we'll see the difference that i have found between you know whether you want to call yourself a republic i'm not even a republican i'm an independent but i am i am true to the definition of conservative you know probably a social moderate i don't care who you're sleeping with no don't push me in a corner legislatively and we'll get along fine but i am a conservative and when i look at these these issues of the day if we if someone disagrees with me that's fine absolutely you know what was it if all of us are exactly the same a lot of us aren't necessary but if somebody's going to disagree with me i want them to disagree with me on the facts not but on some agenda that's been pushed out there in place of fact does that make sense yeah it does and even going to say you know the news you know which is is you know play an ira now i look at it more a lot of it stories that are reported with so much emission to you know other things for example you know the whole issue with this detention immigration and all that i had done some research and like cnn and that if you were to listen to them you would've thought six months ago trump build all these detention centers and just started putting people in them and all this just started three months ago at oh my god what happened never i was looking and did research never did cnn and also i checked msnbc report it's been going on for twenty years or more you know in some of these centers have been around for years and when obama was president very similar things were take place i mean this just happened this week go and they've been going on since eighty five ninety five thereabouts is about when this has been going on now knowing that you can say well what makes trump any different trump was finally the president they have the kahane's to enforce the law with z zero tolerance that is to say you know we're not going to do the catchandrelease anymore we're not gonna kick the can down down the sidewalk in hope that you know these people show up i mean he didn't write the law he just enforced it yeah and unfortunately said it was strange because i was talking to my daughter and you know she's thirty years old or so and shoot just flip on cnn and that type of news as where she gets there she was mentioned and all this stuff that trump has started and i said you know you realize this then just started three weeks ago but if that's where you're getting your news source then that's the impression you're under that same impression you got and there's there's many people think this whole thing you know just in six weeks he built these detention centers he started you know separating kids and all of us just and that's like i say you know as far as calling it safe knows there's just so much emission to the stories and i think that's the biggest problem is plant your else wait absolutely correct you know.

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"kim strassel" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"kim strassel" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"News business may only connection to it was delivering newspapers i did that as well anyway i was just gonna say for myself as far as the sources and stuff is you know instead of wasting a lot of time which i did in the past is you know getting good knowledge in betting the sources of who's reporting stories or writing stories so like for me now i know that if i'm gonna read something buy low maybe kim strassel or andrew mccarthy or joe apron i'm going to pretty much rely you know have the reliability of knowing stories in a be straight and if i see something come through from the huffington post or whatever i don't even read the headline so a lot of it is fighting you know who you listen to knowing like listen to you or you know gary mark levin and such and so you know what you're getting you know by doing the vetting ahead of time and i think that helps a lot cut through the red taper you know a lot of the fake news stuff and we'll see the difference than i am found between you know whether you want to call yourself a republican i'm not even a republican i'm an independent but i am i am true to the definition of conservative you know probably a social moderate i don't care who you're sleeping with don't push me in a corner legislatively and we'll get along fine but i am a conservative and when i look at these these issues of the day if if someone disagrees with me that's fine absolutely you know what was it if all of us are exactly the same a lot of us aren't necessary but if somebody's going to disagree with me i want them to do disagree with me on the facts not on some agenda that's been pushed out there in place of fact is that makes sense yeah it does and even going to say you know the term fake news you know which is you know flying right now i look at it more a lot of it is stories that are reported with so much emission to other things for example you know the whole issue with this detention immigration and all that i had done some research.

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"kim strassel" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"kim strassel" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Know that if i'm gonna read something by low maybe kim strassel or andrew mccarthy or joe aprons i'm going to pretty much rely you know have the reliability of knowing story's going to be straight and if i see something come through from the huffington post or whatever i don't even read the headline so a lot of it is vetting you know who you listen to knowing like listen to you or you know gary mark levin and such and so you know what you're getting you know by doing the vetting ahead of time and i think that helps a lot cut through the red taper you know a lot of the fake news stuff and we'll see the difference that i have found between you know whether you want to call yourself a republican i'm not even a republican i'm an independent but i am i am true to the definition of conservative you know probably a social moderate i don't care who you're sleeping with jay no don't push me in a corner legislatively and we'll get along fine but i am a conservative and when i look at these these issues of the day if if someone disagrees with me that's fine absolutely you know what was it if all of us are exactly the same a lot of us aren't necessary but if somebody's going to disagree with me i want them to disagree with me on the facts not on some agenda that's been pushed out there in place of fact does that make sense yeah it does and even going to say you know the term fake news you know which is is you know play an ira now i look at it more a lot of it stories that are reported with so much emission to you know other things for example you know the whole issue with this detention immigration and all that i had done some research like cnn and that if you would have listened to them you would have thought six months ago trump build all these detention centers and just started you putting people in them and all this just started three months ago at all make out what happened never i i was looking and did research never did cnn and also i checked msnbc report it's been going on for twenty years or more you know in some of these centers have been around for years and when obama was president very similar things takes place i mean this isn't something that just happened this is a league it's been going on since eighty five nine thousand nine hundred five thereabouts is about when this has been going on now knowing that you can say well what makes trump any different trump.

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"kim strassel" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"kim strassel" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Kit was a nun all right now let me i gotta keep moving here on this program i want to talk about the the story is frustrating this whole russian investigation because it's unfair one of the reasons why i believe it's critical to keep talking about this i saw what happened here in wisconsin with the john doe which was equally unfair and how the media covered the story and miss the actual news from the beginning all they did was chair cheerlead i'm john doe investigations of walker and all these republicans are they going to get walker they gotta the republican missing the larger story which was that there was no criminal activity to begin with even if what they were looking for had occurred it was not a crime a and people's constitutional rights were trampled on an investigation that went on forever with a bunch of hacks a madison from two state agencies who ended up doing the legwork on the investigation just going through wendy spying and people's emails ruining people's lives making people spend six six figures i'm lawyers for an investigation that never ever amounted to anything and never could amount to anything because nothing illegal was occurring and even if it had been what they were investigating wasn't an illegal act so i saw that and i saw and this has been something of an eye opener for me as you know i'm not mr constitutional rights for the poor agreement criminals but you certainly do get an impression and understanding of why we do have the standards of innocent until proven guilty and why you wait require probable cause for search warrants and we do overthrow are criminal convictions when prosecutors and and cops trample all over someone's right we need to have these protections because you see what what you can see what happens i think right now in the mother investigation any wisconsin with john doe when the people that are doing the investigation run amok i wish they'd run a muck trying to prosecute murderers in the same way that run a muck trying to invent criminal activity against republicans anyway i did the kim strassel piece in which she said that she believed she knows who the source was that the fbi essentially was using as a plant in the trump campaign.

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"kim strassel" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"kim strassel" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Fbi tell the tale so that trump is not accused of doing so this came up on fox graham soundbites wanting to david asman had kim strassel on on friday afternoon and he presented my theory to her for her to react to rush limbaugh weighed in on this today he suggested that it may be more than just concerned that the president has about being accused of obstruction of justice that there's something else afoot let's play the rush limbaugh take muller doesn't have any power whatsoever to get rid of donald trump constitutionally and they're not gonna try it that way this is all about humiliation embarrassment raise his negative numbers hopefully to make him resign that's not gonna happen and trump knows it's not gonna happen but the analogy is that he's david they're all goliath we know how that story ends meaning that that is not correct say trump likes playing the victim but but by having this still remain mysterious unredacted trump gets hit all of this is a witch hunt he gets to continue categorize these people the way he wants to and prolong because he knows what the outcomes are going to be so he just simply prolonging it here's kim strassel reaction to that he is doing that but the question i think we all have as would it still not be better to declassify this as soon as we could and to the extent that we could the country has lived under this cloud for very long time we've lost a lot of important faith in institutions like the fbi in the department of justice many people there by the way who do very good work and the only way we're ever put this behind it is for everything get out and for the people to be able to judge it for themselves and then for some judgments to be made and some promises of renewal going forward and a lotta people are fully behind that just just declassified this stuff it let's see was getting in this it's gone on too long and there's no end in sight i understand that point of view i really do back here in just a second library hang on limbaugh radio program will continue rush limbaugh annoying the left coast to coast on the network.

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"kim strassel" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"kim strassel" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Tale so that trump is not accused of doing so this came up on fox graham soundbites wanting to david asman had kim strassel on on friday afternoon and he presented my theory to her for her to react to rush limbaugh weighed in on this today he suggested that it may be more than just concerned that the president has about being accused of obstruction of justice that there's something else afoot let's play the rush limbaugh take muller doesn't have any power whatsoever to get rid of donald trump constitutionally and they're not going to try it that way this is all about humiliation embarrassment raise using his negative numbers hopefully to make him resign that's not gonna happen and trump knows it's not gonna happen but the analogy is that he's david they're all goliath we know how that story ends meaning that that is not correct say trump likes playing the victim but but by having this still remain mysterious unredacted trump gets to hit all of this is a witch hunt he gets to continue categorize these people the way he wants to and prolong because he knows what the outcomes are going to be so he just simply prolonging it here's kim strassel reaction to that he is doing that but the question i think we all have as would it still not be better to declassify this as soon as we could and to the extent that we could the country has lived under this cloud for very long time we've lost a lot of important faith in institutions like the fbi in the department of justice many people there by the way who do very good work and the only way we're ever put this behind it is for everything get out and for the people to be able to judge it for themselves and then for some judgments to be made some promises of renewal going forward a lot of people are fully behind that just just declassified this stuff it let's see what's going end this is gone on too long and there's no end in sight i understand the point of view i really do back here in just a second library hang on the rush limbaugh radio program will continue rush limbaugh annoying the left coast to coast on the network.

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"kim strassel" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"kim strassel" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"This that's redacted to be unredacted and declassified and therefore reported so the question is why doesn't he and theories about your theory is he's waiting on the i g but the idea the actual inspector general of the doj and the fbi tell the tale so that trump is not accused of doing so fact this came up on fox graham soundbites wanting to david asman had kim strassel on on friday afternoon and he presented my theory to her for her to react to rush limbaugh weighed in on this today he suggested that it may be more than just concerned that the president has about being accused of obstruction of justice that there's something else afoot let's play the rush limbaugh take muller doesn't have any power whatsoever to get rid of donald trump constitutionally and they're not gonna try it that with this is all about humiliation embarrassment raising his negative numbers hopefully to make him resign that's not gonna happen and trump knows it's not going to happen but the analogy is that he's david they're all goliath we know how that story ends meaning that that it's not correct say trump likes playing the victim but but by having this still remain mysterious unredacted trump gets hit all of this is a witch hunt he gets to continue categorize these people the way he wants to and prolong because he knows what the outcomes are going to be so he just simply prolonging it here's kim strassel 's reaction to that or he is doing that but the question i think we all have as would it still not be better to declassify this as soon as we could and to the extent that we could the country has lived under this cloud for very long time we've lost a lot of important faith in institutions like the fbi and the department of justice many people there by the way who do very good work and the.

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"kim strassel" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"kim strassel" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Tale so that trump is not accused of doing so factors came up on fox graham soundbites wanting to david azman had kim strassel on on friday afternoon and he presented my theory to her for her to react rush limbaugh weighed in on this today he suggested that it may be more than just concerned that the president has about being accused of obstruction of justice that there's something else afoot let's play the rush limbaugh take muller doesn't have any power whatsoever to get rid of donald trump constitutionally and they're not gonna try it that way this is all about humiliation embarrassment raising his negative numbers hopefully to make him resign that's not gonna happen and trump knows it's not going to happen but the analogy is that he's david they're all goliath we know how that story ends meaning that that is not correct say trump likes playing the victim but but by having this still remain mysterious unredacted trump gets to hit all of this as a witch hunt he gets to continue categorize these people the way he wants to and prolong because he knows what the outcome is going to be so he just simply prolonging it here's kim strassel 's reaction to that or he is doing that but the question i think we all have as good it still not be better to declassify this as soon as we could and to the extent that we could the country has lived under this cloud for very long time we've lost a lot of important faith in institutions like the fbi and the department of justice many people there by the way who do very good work and the only way we're ever put this behind it is for everything to get out and for the people to be able to judge it for themselves and then for some judgments to be made and some promises of renewal going forward and a lot of people are fully behind that just just declassified this stuff and let's see what's in this it's gone on too long and there's no end in sight i understand the point of view i really do back here in just a second hang on the rush limbaugh radio program will continue rush limbaugh annoying the left coast to coast on the mit worse.

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"kim strassel" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"kim strassel" Discussed on WRVA

"Tale so that trump is not accused of doing so factors came up on fox graham soundbites wanting to david azman had kim strassel on on friday afternoon and he presented my theory to her for her to react rush limbaugh weighed in on this today he suggested that it may be more than just concerned that the president has about being accused of obstruction of justice that there's something else afoot let's play the rush limbaugh take muller doesn't have any power whatsoever to get rid of donald trump constitutionally and they're not gonna try it that way this is all about humiliation embarrassment raising his negative numbers hopefully to make him resign that's not gonna happen and trump knows it's not going to happen but the analogy is that he's david they're all goliath we know how that story ends meaning that that is not correct say trump likes playing the victim but but by having this still remain mysterious unredacted trump gets to hit all of this is a witch hunt he gets to continue categorize these people the way he wants to and prolong because he knows what the outcome is going to be so he just simply prolong here's kim strassel 's reaction to that he is doing that but the question i think we all have is would it still not be better to declassify this as soon as we could and to the extent that we could the country has lived under this cloud for very long time we've lost a lot of important faith in institutions like the fbi and the department of justice many people there by the way who do very good work and the only way we're ever put this behind it is for everything to get out and for the people to be able to judge it for themselves and then for some judgments to be made and some promises of renewal going forward a lot of people are fully behind that just just declassified this stuff and let's see an end this is going on gone on too long and there's no end in sight i understand the point of view i really do back here in just a second life bring hang on the rush limbaugh radio program will continue rush limbaugh annoying the left coast to coast on the network newsradio eleven forty w r v a get.

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"kim strassel" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"kim strassel" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Call now for your free book all right kevin mccullough welcoming you into the saturday night and a big thanks to kim strassel at she is somebody said in the chat room that we've opened up now got facebook on the air and i'm like trying to stay in the screen she somebody said i just love kim strassel everybody should look him strassel she is one of the most dogged determined she's not gonna let you off the hook reporters left in in washington and she's doing such a great job and she and byron york and only a couple of a handful of other people have even gone in depth on some of the stuff but to think that the administration had to execute their campaign and and the fbi may have had a spy inside the campaign while it was going on this is just beyond the pale of anything by the way they didn't have a spy in the hillary campaign and the only express reason that source would have been in the campaign is to get somebody in the campaign to say oh you know we're dealing with the russians and they still don't have anything so you were doing illegal surveillance on carter page you were doing all kinds of stuff on other people yet all this other surveillance going on and then you put a spy in their camp any still didn't get anything wit heads need to roll the fbi cannot be spying on law abiding citizens is just not what we are but that's another debate for another time because i want to tell you about something that is so cool so last december i told you about what the people at christian solidarity international we're doing and i said the it may be hard to believe but there's actually still slavery going on in the modern day universe and was able to at that time tell you that we were part.

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"kim strassel" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"kim strassel" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The campaign who was kind of a mole on behalf of the fbi or is it somebody who had interactions with the campaign then reported back to the fbi so we should be clear that outside of doj nobody knows the whole story here and and what i wrote is based on some reporting and my guests at who this person may be we don't know in particular i you know i think that is might be more likely that what we're seeing here is somebody who interacted with trump campaign officials i suppose it's possible it could be somebody inside but but it would seem to make more sense to me probably somebody that was talking to bush or trump campaign officials attempting to elicit information from them or even maybe entrapped them into saying something about russia and the campaigns connections with lush and that's an important distinction here let let me just be clear this was not somebody who had interactions with the trump campaign that the fbi then came back and interviewed and tried to find out some things this is a person who is actually interacting with the trump campaign and specifically asking questions at the request of or at the command the fbi right that would seem to be the case if they were calling them a source because remember the sorry i just want to say this kim strassel is you're it seems to be that the fbi approach someone and said we want you to go interact with the trump campaign to get information from them for our case that's what you're saying.

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"kim strassel" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"kim strassel" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"Now there's there's all kinds of different people in the world and they have different strategies philosophies with dealing with adversity here but on what basis did anybody think cooperating with muller would somehow make it okay for trump the only reason this exists is to get trump the only reason this is happening is to get trump and if trump's lawyers didn't see that if trump's lawyers really bought even small portion at this is really about russian collusion my god fox what a disservice and they've realized now that that cooperating with muller is is the cooper strategy has failed again i i i'm not asserting with ontological certitude that that's the case it's a couple of things that i have read lead me to that that in infrared i'm inferring other words conclusion and if it's true it stupefy is me but look at some of the other points that you made ignoring the democrats in this if we're actually looking at russian collusion no effort whatsoever to get to the bottom of of any real potential criminal activity and yet here two years and nothing has been overturned nothing's been turned up nothing's been found and yet it it all continues and really the underlying thing here is muller is acting like he runs the executive branch and the trump is subservient to him you cannot have a functioning presidency this way you cannot have a functioning presidency if it's going to be constantly under investigation for what the president's thinking or what the president was thinking or whether or not the president's creating crimes by virtue of exercising his constitutional or kim strassel had this right last week more on that in a minute i'm louis league you don't often see this kind of behavior from a.

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"kim strassel" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"kim strassel" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"And that's okay a lot of republican voters not all and i understand people who aren't willing to forgive that they've been burned too many times i get it but a lot of republican and conservative voters are willing to forgive if you do the right thing and you give them a reason to forgive you go in there you do it you get it done and you make it serious don't give us a billion dollars on a strip study i wanna see big huge chunks of government spending out the door and you may gain back some wealthy it's a great piece again it's in the wall street journal it's by kim strauss what should i if i included the shown us i know many get a thousand emails saying we couldn't open to peace just look it up it may sometimes they let the firewall go down if it's a really popular article but it's by kim strassel today and it's just google the nineteen seventy four impoundment act and you know what i'll do i'll look for another article and i will try to put that in the show notes at bongino dot com so that you can read it all right and folks next week by the way we have original content coming it's going to be at the bunka thon this i'm hugely excited about next week all right couple more quick things to get through before the weekend but law let's day this is what by the way the new sponsor so then they nother great company looking to talk to you said yesterday i really appreciate the companies that respect my audience and respect you they want to advertise on this show they specifically.

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