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Americans Reflect on 9/11 and Its Aftermath

NBC Nightly News

01:21 min | Last month

Americans Reflect on 9/11 and Its Aftermath

"This september eleventh the nation pauses at remembers what happened here twenty years ago across the country. Americans gathered in groups large and small at the world trade center the pentagon a field in pennsylvania in parks and at fire houses celebrating those who ran toward the danger and remembering those who lost their lives while the marshalls dc. Ross amancio robert as legal. Donald freeman klavan. Deaf new presidents past and present paying tribute. Today we remember your loss. We share your sorrow george bush's emotional call for a return to civility. The new developments today in the war fought in nine eleven's wake and the new divisions in the country as we face a new threat to decades after we all united in the face of another one a nation forever change by that day tonight the country fulfills its promise to never forget

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"klavan" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

01:51 min | 4 months ago

"klavan" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"Right. We are here with these special fourth of july program. The andrew klavan show in which we will celebrate our independence by having the republic actually collapsed on screen. While i'm talking Maybe we want to that. I don't know but listen if you have not signed up. If you've not subscribe to the show on apple podcasts. And giving it a five star review. Please do that. It helps us enormously makes ratings better. It makes it easier for us to get ads. It makes it easier for us to come back and keep on the air. Also you want to go on youtube. The andrew klavan channel on youtube and subscribe to that. If you press the little bell on that you'll hear ringing in your ears for weeks afterwards And it kind of sexy after a while. So please do that. And if you leave. A comment and the comment is sufficiently ignorant and racist. We will run it on the show because it'll just fit right into seamlessly. Today we have from lol. Lil pop lull leap up. He says. I told. I told my wife to put some pearls and heels on and then make some pies and that she was a nice piece but before she found another pan to throw at me. I rock auto. We had pie that night all night and then more pie in the morning. I think she's now pregnant. That's that's disgusting. I'm so sorry iraq. Lear but that's the kind of that actually happens. Those things actually happened when you listen to the show So stay tuned. It's gonna get uglier from here you know. I can't do the show alone. I am backed up by a huge staff of producers and technicians and artists. And every time. I look at them i think kind. I wish i'd use ziprecruiter if you're a business owner who's hiring you probably face a lot of challenges when it comes to finding the right person for your role. That's why hiring can feel like trying to find a needle in a haystack. You can post your job to some job board but then all you can do is hope. The right person comes along..

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Biden calls for confronting systemic racism after Chauvin convicted of murder

The Andrew Klavan Show

00:31 sec | 6 months ago

Biden calls for confronting systemic racism after Chauvin convicted of murder

"Another democrat coming under fire for hypocrisy as president and venal house. Plant joe biden biden has been part of the american political system since nineteen seventy six and now says that system is racist. He wrote the nineteen ninety-four crime. Bill the put many black people in jail and now says they shouldn't be in jail and he says violent addict. George floyd has made the world a better place. Let's face it. What a crock of baloney. That is when asked whether he was being hypocritical. By changing every opinion he's ever had to get on the good side of the public president biden replied quote. Who am i to say.

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IRS warns of e-file identity theft scam

The Andrew Klavan Show

00:21 sec | 7 months ago

IRS warns of e-file identity theft scam

"Irs issued an urgent warning about a new scam to steal the electronic filing identification numbers from tax professionals over email. Who thinks of this stuff. Criminals cybercriminals can use this information to file fraudulent tax returns. Tax professionals should be aware of the latest phishing scams but individuals also have to take steps to protect themselves.

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"klavan" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"klavan" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"This is Andrew Klavan, host of the Andrew Klavan show and I know what you're thinking. You're asking yourself What can a best selling novelist, brilliant screenwriter genius level satirist and sexually compelling older gentleman Bring two political commentary that you can't get from some fat face blow, hard, screaming self certain right wing bromides into a microphone. Until your brains pour out of your ears like melted candle wax, And the answer is laughs. Lots of laughs. That's right. You see, every free nation that becomes great is eventually destroyed by a hapless Kadre of left wing nude. Nick's given everything by their forefathers, but proceed to throw it away in a bacchanal of guilt in decadence, plunging the country into chaos. Disillusion and tyranny, folks. If you don't find that hilarious well, you're obviously not listening to my show, but it's not too late there new episodes Monday through Thursday on iTunes, YouTube, Spotify or daily wired dot com. So get tomorrow's news today, guaranteed 100% correct as we laugh our way through the fall of the Republic on the Andrew Klavan shop. She said that her inspiration for the song was this. There's been so many times I've wanted to write the president a letter or sit down with him and ask these questions. And then I thought, I don't really actually want to do that. Yeah, I know, because you might get an answer, and I thought one way I could do that is writing a song and releasing it for the whole world to hear. Then he has to answer those questions to everyone and not just me. Ah ah, about by the way. The song was called, written with Julia Michaels, Justin Transfer and Aaron Kanata. This is one of the things that I love most about. Our current musical scene is that it takes three takes four writers for that. Beethoven did all mine of his symphonies by himself. Shakespeare did all of this place by himself. That took four writers. Slow clap for the bravery in the stunning US Well done, dummy. Lobato, You've changed the world. Ah, groundbreaking piece of culture that put your entire career at risk. Ah, man. Wow, that was I There there No more words. No more words. There's only the heartache of knowing. You're listening to the bench. Source of leftist tear spend Shapiro on a 90 wools jacking traffic.

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"klavan" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"klavan" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Is Andrew Klavan, host of the Andrew Klavan show and I know what you're thinking. You're asking yourself What can a best selling novelist, brilliant screenwriter genius level satirist and sexually compelling older gentleman? Bring two political commentary that you can't get from some fat face. Blow hard screaming self certain right wing bromides into a microphone until your brains pour out of your ears like melted candle wax. And the answer is laughs. Lots of laughs. That's right. You see, every free nation that becomes great is eventually destroyed by a hapless Kadre of left wing nude Knicks were given everything by their forefathers, but proceed to throw it away in a bacchanal of guilt and decadence, plunging the country into chaos, disillusion and tyranny, folks, If you don't find that hilarious Well, you're obviously not listening to my show, but it's not too late. There new episodes Monday through Thursday on iTunes, YouTube, Spotify or daily wired dot com. Get tomorrow's news today, guaranteed 100% correct as we laugh our way through the fall of the Republic on the Andrew Klavan shot. Coming up more on the Kyle Rittenhouse story. The media suggest that he's a white supremacist out to shoot people. That is not what the evidence suggests, as always, is the bench hero show. In other news, traffic and weather update coming up in minutes on 8 90. W L s This is the way things work. Conclusions were conclusions do not need drawn, attempting to push a Russian collusion hopes. That was, in fact, they hope, exaggerating evidence that wasn't there. Adjusting. The big scandal was just around the corner, and Shapiro were days to defy that stuff with bunch of crap, and I ripped the media for that daytime talk on 8 90. W. L S Chicago for 95 years. Bernie Sanders. Climate Change is real seed used carbon spewing private jet knowing full well that the use is equivalent to 1000 Kalle farts who leaked the story. Bernie Sanders took all of these flights. You help out Hillary Clinton and then Hillary Clinton turned around and clocked him with a broom. Well done. Team Clinton well done teams. And is this sarcasm make his butt look big and I'll add sure makes.

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Houston - Strip club or restaurant? Club Onyx raided after opening back up to customers overnight

Rush Limbaugh

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Houston - Strip club or restaurant? Club Onyx raided after opening back up to customers overnight

"A Houston strip club was raided by police after it opened back up overnight claiming to be a restaurant while adult entertainment venues are not on the list of businesses that could re open today Klavan X. claimed it was re opening as a restaurant with featured entertainers police didn't buy it and shut it down

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Can The Coronavirus Change American Society?

The Andrew Klavan Show

03:41 min | 1 year ago

Can The Coronavirus Change American Society?

"So the other day I was doing one of those. Ask Me anything events at the daily wire. You know where people send in questions. Several people ask me what changes I thought would be wrought in society by the Chinese flu crisis and the truth is I have no idea. They'll be any changes or what they'd be if there are any but the question did set me to thinking about what I'd like to see happen. For instance. A lot of students have been taking their classes online during the lockdown. That could bring about some educational improvements. College obviously has become a cesspit of socialist and diversity. Garbage garbage is spreading from classrooms. Out into what we laughingly call the real world. I'd like to see smaller. Better colleges like Hillsdale with better values be able to compete with large institutions through online classes. Be Better I think if more people could take classes hillsdale than they do. Some of the universities working today I think the press has been behaving in a shamefully. Corrupt and one-sided manner for a long time and I think trump's daily briefings or maybe bringing that to light a little more than usual. Cnn is actually cutting away from any news they don't like an NBC. Says they want to stop covering the briefings altogether. Making trump popular. I hope they do stop covering them. So viewers move onto better venues. It would be great truly if people finally got wise to guys like NBC News Chairman. Andy lack who relentlessly cells leftism and feminism under the guise of news while covering up for rapists like Harvey Weinstein and abusers. Like Matt. Lauer has never been a reporter. He doesn't know anything about journalism. He's just selling a philosophy and he's doing it in a very dishonest way and it would be nice if it weren't it would be nice if it weren't just conservatives but also liberals who wanted a fair press. I think that would be helpful to both sides as I've said to many times already. It'd be nice if some women discovered that they've been lied to in that motherhood and homemaking actually a lot more significant and rewarding than virtually any out of the home job you can have. I want individuals of the female persuasion to have free choice. Obviously but I think they've been propagandized out of their best choice and no speaking. Generally I don't think men are as good at motherhood and homemaking just to save you. The trouble of asking in a Gotcha tone futures writer. Yuval Harari makes an interesting point about evolution. He points out that evolution favors life but not necessarily good life for instance animals that people like to eat. Cows and pigs and chickens thrive in terms of survival because we people keep them alive. But we don't always treat them very well so they survive but their lives suck and then we eat them. Harari points out that that can happen to humans to that a way of life that helps us. Survive can be chosen by evolution over a way of life that is good or moral. I actually think that has been happening to us. Recently I think globalism may be good for human survival and working women may be good for human survival and maybe even abortion infanticide and babies raised by strangers may be good for human survival and I think humans can survive and even thrive physically and yet becomes spiritually empty moral monsters with no hearts or souls. And I've sometimes been afraid. That was exactly what was happening to the world and once it happens by the way you won't even be aware of it. You'll just think it's progress. Even Conservatives will defend it once it actually goes through. It would be nice if this crisis made us pause a moment and ask ourselves not how we can survive and get rich but how we can live and become more human closer to God who made us into the people. He made us to be as the old joke. Goes I can dream. Can't I all right? You know you're sitting at home. We got to say a thank you to all the people who are delivering stuff. Because I know it's dangerous. I know they were working because they need the dough but they're doing a great job. I know we're depending on here People bringing us you know food and books and all the things that we need and medicine all the things that we need a really doing a great

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Attorney-General William Barr fires Sidney Blumenthal

The Andrew Klavan Show

01:06 min | 2 years ago

Attorney-General William Barr fires Sidney Blumenthal

"Attorney general william bar meanwhile fired sidney blumenthal the man temporarily in charge of the prison where epstein killed himself blumenthal protested. He did nothing wrong when he took epstein off. Suicide watch sent all the prison video cameras out for repairs gave the prison guards the day off for late cinco de mayo celebration and told epstein fellow prisoners if they said one word to anyone they'd think epstein got off easy. The disgruntled blumenthal says he'll retire now to his his private island in the caribbean which he bought with money leftover from the fund for haitian hurricane relief which was a gift from a friend. The united kingdom's prince andrew who was caught out on video inside epsteins mansion released a statement saying quote. I find it abhorrent that epstein and his friends were enjoying the tender flesh of exquisitely young girls to their heart's delight until they could barely see through the fog of pure pleasure and i'm paul that anyone would suggest i was a part of those glorious glorious days unquote unquote officials say the facts will will continue to pile up until the truth is completely buried trigger warning. I match your clayton and this in the andrew klavan

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The Cold Truth About the Jeffrey Epstein Case

The Andrew Klavan Show

03:25 min | 2 years ago

The Cold Truth About the Jeffrey Epstein Case

Jeffrey Epstein charged with sex trafficking dozens of girls

The Andrew Klavan Show

03:43 min | 2 years ago

Jeffrey Epstein charged with sex trafficking dozens of girls

"This brings me to alleged crafting jeffrey epstein who has been arrested again for allegedly raping and pimping allegedly underage girls likely a legit scumbag he allegedly is as i sit here talking epsteins wikipedia entry is being rewritten the edit out epsteins good pow now infrequent companion bill clinton epsteins longtime supporter of the democrat party is being left and mentioned the news stories malfeasance by democrat prosecutors in florida is being overlooked and labor secretary alex acosta's being set up as the soul scapegoat for guy esteems unfathomably widespread alleged history of inhuman abused and that's mostly because of costa provides a tenuous connection between epstein you guessed it donald trump now i'm not exonerating trump anything he hung out with epstein somewhat and maybe he joined in the satanic fun i don't know but this is a story we should watch carefully because through this story will be able to determine who among are journalists and politicians titians cares but the truth and who only cares power because only the truth tellers should be trusted with our news without history and with our freedom and you're already watching these people fall out let's talk about this story a little bit i just want to redo from from the wall street journal financing's jeffrey epstein was indicted in new york on federal sex trafficking charges stemming from an alleged scheme to exploit underage girls another track chapter in lurid legal drama that surrounded the politically connected money manager for or years so he was brought into court yesterday was wearing the prison is jail outfit city leftist shoveled but com this is after he was arrested saturday at teeter borough airport which is in jersey a he was coming back from paris on his private jet so he's really been a lifestyle is really been disturbed by all this 'em they are charging that he drew the latest charges that he drew underage girls to his townhouse in new york into his place in i believe palm springs a florida and it would have been given massages massages of course turn sexual and and then a well let me put on a jeff berman d u s attorney in new york a talking about what what else epstein i've seen also paid certainly victims to recruit additional girls to be similarly abused disallowed epstein to create an ever expanding web of new victims this conduct as alleged went on for years and it involves dozens of young girls some his youngest fourteen years old at the time but they were allegedly abused as alleged that scene was well aware that many of the victims were minors and not surprisingly many of underage girls at epstein allegedly victimize work particularly vulnerable exploitation alleged behavior shocks the conscience and while the charts conduct is from a number of years ago it is still profoundly important to the many alleged victims now young women they deserve their day in court so we are proud to be standing up for them by bringing this indict now i know it always gets me about these guys the guys virtually a billionaire i mean it has hundreds of millions of dollars given the way the world is i'm sure he could have hot and cold running eighteen year olds ali wondering why these guys cannot keep their hands off children i do not know i believe the town that i'm sitting in now this the town of loss angeles i believe

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Carlos Aguilar, CNN And Cleveland discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

01:59 min | 2 years ago

Carlos Aguilar, CNN And Cleveland discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"Reflection before the Cleveland was weekends begins. I you have to go and look at the rap the rap used to be a good showbiz site. I think it's CNN's showbiz site. They have a review here of pets, too, which is coming out called the secret life of pets. Sorry, the secret life of pets, too. I didn't see the secret life of pets one, but this is a cartoon for kids film, review cartoon offers outdated messages about marriage and manliness by Carlos Aguilar, the secret life of pets, too, for which both Renault re Lynch reprise their roles the secret life of pets to effectively acts as an animated owed to hetero normativity toxic masculinity, and patriarchal worldviews passed off, as harmless plot points to entertain young audiences pet twos. Descent into the bowels of what reads as conservative messaging. Begins as Katie maxes owner randomly meets a young man. Quickly marries and has a child in this fictional universe. That's clearly only natural progression of events in a woman's life. That trope is later reinforced through the pet characters. In case it wasn't obvious pets, too. Makes no attempt at diversifying the notion of what a family is today. No same sex couples or incite as pet owners much less as parents, nothing. That deviates from the default straight married. Couple is even hinted at making matters. Worse Harrison Ford is cast as rooster a hyper masculine shepherd dog. Brazenly brazenly teaching max, how to toughen up rooster is the embodiment of phrases like Mendome cry and rub some dirt on it. This alpha dog rejects vulnerability by preaching about how signified city dogs are defenders may argue it's absurd to ATN. I would never say this defense may argue it's absurd to attribute such. Wait to an animated feature. But on the contrary, this is the content, which we should be paying the most

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"klavan" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"klavan" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"They're right over there on the shelf has that's the attitude. I've tried to maintain. All right. I'll take one more. There's another gay marriage question here. But why not this is a guy who used to be on the fence about the gay marriage issue finally hearing some sound arguments and logical arguments against same sex marriage. I change my mind, I believe the only reason the government has any say in marriage in the first place as for the protection social development of children. That's not entirely true. It's also for the protection of women the natural consequence of a sexual relationship between a man minimum. The government should not have to give out legal certificates for people who love each other. I find that absurd. If someone who repeatedly states that you stand for gay rights. What is the best argument you have heard from the anti-gay marriage side? And why do you think it fails the best marriage? I've heard from the anti-gay marriage aside is that gay marriages marriage marriage has meant one thing through all of human history. It has a relationship between men and women sometimes a relationship between a man and several women within occasionally a relationship between a woman and several men but always between opposite sex. And so the best argument I heard was that it's not marriage. So why change? It's not right to change the definition the reason that ultimately doesn't work for me. I mean, I feel that if you're talking about sacramental marriage, if you're talking about classical sacramental marriage, we're talking about an unbreakable bond between a man and a woman that is not subject to divorce except in the most extreme situations. That's what you're talking about. Once you have no fault divorce once marriage becomes a kind of provisional relationship, which it became after the sixties when they had no fault divorce to me already changed the definition of marriage. That's why this argument fails once you can walk away from your wife and your kids because you'd like somebody else or you're just not this sexually turned on as you used to be when those in the reasons you can get a divorce and walk out of your marriage. Who cares who gets married with different doesn't make is not marriage. Anyway, I think the churches should be allowed to restrict the people that they married to whoever they feel is sacramental marriage. I think that you know, gay people in government terms should have the right to get. If there are benefits that come with it in there are like tax benefits and things like that. So, you know, I it's it's it's complex because I actually believe that if you're talking about the sacrament of marriage there, I think there is a hierarchy of relationship. I think that the relationship between a man and a woman is central to society in a way, the relationship between two men isn't. I think we have more of an interest in that relationship. We have more of an interest in sex when it can produce children. And so therefore by by corollary, we have more of an interest in any relationship between man and a woman still I think that you the government does not have the right? No, matter what churches have the right? No matter. What God has the right to do. The government. Does not have the right to tell people that because we don't like the way you have or we don't like the way you're attracted to people you have to live your life without the constellation of erotic love the government should not have that power. That's too much damn power for the government to have. All right. I got it. I'm done. I think I'm just going to I think I'm just going to end the show right there. So I can let the nose get in here. But we will be back tomorrow. And that'll be the end. So you want to be there to suck up all the Cleveland? And goodness before the Cleveland is Cleveland this weekend begins. I'm Andrew klavan. This is the Andrew klavan show..

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"klavan" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"klavan" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"I've wanted to please God. And and love him and still designed to do. So I have also only ever been attracted to guys I never wanted these feelings and attractions and fought against the most of my life. However now, I find myself absolutely in love with the guy and would love nothing more than spend my life with him. I value your perspective. What should I do? Wow. Okay. Well. First of all, you should do the right thing. And the the right thing is not what I say. It is. It's not what Andrew klavan thinks is the right thing. It's not what your pastor or some somebody in your church thinks is the right thing. It is what God thinks is the right thing. So how you gonna find this out? Here is kind of interesting thing, I came. I came upon a piece of information over the over the weekend. I think it was just kind of struck me was really really got to me and was very interesting to be a lot of different reasons. And when I saw your Email when I saw your question, I really thought this piece of information was sent to me. So that I could talk to you about this. Because obviously, I'm not gay. I'm not in your situation. I'm not the guy who's going to solve your problem and figure out what the right thing to do is. But recently, you know, the the fact that this came to me, I just I'm just telling you my feeling here. I'm I don't speak for God. But it seems to me that God has I on you. He loves you. He knows where you are. He knows where you gotta be. He's you know, if you follow him, you will find the right way. And here's something that might help us piece of information that there is a movement of gay Christian people who are struggling with this very I'm looking for the name of it right here. But who are struggling with this very these very issues? And what's was really strikes me about this is this is unique in history. There's never this has never happened before. It's never happened before in the Christian the history of Christianity that gay people were suddenly thinking while I love Christ. But I'm also gay. What do I do? And they have this this lingo because they're young people and people have to have, you know, internet lingo for everything where they talk about side. A and side b and side a I hope I'm getting this, right? And you can find out yourself, but side, a I believe is gay Christians who think that they can have a relationship and still be Christians and side, b I believe is a Christians gay Christians who think no they they can be gay, but they have to be celibate and. And there is a forum. Let me see if I can find it where they talk about this. They all use the side a side b thing, but there's a form called something like, yeah. Queer Christian forum, and I'm sure you can find it on Facebook where they're talking about this. And the reason I feel like you are in the middle of an historic event being, you know, it's it gave people trying to figure out how it is that they can be Christians all I know about it because I can't tell you. I can't tell you. This is a sin because I don't have the desires I don't have to deal with this. I understand the pain because straight guys to find loves flow of people that they can't have for moral reasons and have to walk away and that leaves a scar. But it's not quite as bad because there's always some other women that they can have morally. But but a gay person is being told by a large part of Christian tradition that he can't have anybody and erotic love romantic love is one of the chief constellations of tragic life. I mean, I think that it's a big deal..

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"klavan" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"klavan" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"They are lazy. They're stupid. They're irresponsible. The can't fire them. And you know, this doesn't mean that. There aren't great teachers. I mean, this is the problem a lot of tea a lot of parents have experiences of wonderful teachers, and they say, oh, we must support the teacher's union. Those teachers should be working for private schools all schools should be private. You can have required him education. You can have everybody having the right to have an education and still have an entirely private competitive edge education school system. You know, there's no reason to have these unions, which are not supposed to be allowed to strike in the first place, you there's no reason to have these unions, basically, supporting their teachers and not supporting the kids the entire thing. The entire thing about the teacher's union is one of the most corrupt organizations in the country almost everywhere. It exists. I think that all these schools should be school choice for everybody that should be charter schools, obviously, people should be it should be required. That people get an education, but competition free markets work, and they make things better and state run things always become lousy and unions to have public unions. Public unions should not exist altogether. Even after the Janice decision. Teachers unions are making it so difficult for the teachers that want to opt out we if things here in LA cold rubber room, where guys even if the US fire them, you know, it's absurd, and I hope they they'll never get defeated because our government is as left wing is the teacher's union. But I wish they would just be smushed a union that needs to be crushed preach has what advice do you have for young men who are uncomfortable in their current state of manliness, I often feel inadequate compared to my other friends who seem to be finding relationships easier than I you know, I it's a really good question. But I want to go back to the answer that I had before. I mean, you become a man by by being a man. No, you don't become a man by imitating things that you think are traits of manhood. I know I know guys listen, I know guys if you looked at him, you think he's he's got a Wimpy attitude or something like that. But he will stand against a tie to do the right thing. I know plenty of guys like that. You don't have to look like Humphrey Bogart or Arnold Schwarzenegger to to do the manly thing, which has to do with two things, integrity and courage. It has to do with being who you say, you are and having the courage to stand even when people think you're wrong, and even when it's difficult. I mean, those are the things that make for manhood. It's not about you know, Boston your wife around. It's not about striding down the street with a big walk. It's about none of those things about integrity and courage. You learn those things in action, you know. So like, if I you know, the military, I think makes men out of people, I think it really doesn't know it's cliche. But I think it does. I think getting out and doing stuff that is active doing stuff that you were afraid of is really helpful. You know, it will make you realize that oh, I can do this. I do have courage, you know, because courage, courage is not fearlessness and some people are fearless. And that's a wonderful gift, but courage, doing the stuff that you're afraid of. So do those things, and and you will find your manhood comes in fits you like a suit, you know, it's like it's not gonna look like movie manhood. It doesn't have to look like movie manhood, it'll be yours. And and that's all you need..

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"klavan" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"klavan" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"And it really had an effect on me and years later, I was talking to my son. And I said, you know, I read this book, and I can't remember a word of it. And so my son read it, and he came back and said, you can't remember word of it is because you took it all in and it just became you. And he said you wrote on the side of books, which I almost never do this one of the reasons I love kindle because you can make notes with I have this kind of superstition about writing books, but he said you wrote in the side of the books in which wrote again, and again was just J C meeting. Jesus Christ me this this really fits in. So about six months ago. I went back and reread the book, and it's not an easy because a book of philosophy and I went back and reread it. In the meantime, in the interim since I read it, I both the author and I had become Christians. Both of us had. So he followed the logic of the book, and I followed the logic book. I thought it was an enormously powerful essay that's not necessarily about religion. But obviously leads you to the logic of religion, which is very beautiful. And I also like, you know, I mean Thomas acquaintances a hard read, but I like reading about him in reading some of his work. I actually do read a little bit of him every day, but it's only a little bit because he's kind of you got to really pay attention. But. Easily distracted. But I love extra theological work. I always like to base everything that I read in the gospels. So like another words, I'll read the gospels every day. And then I'll go to the field logical work as extracurricular. But I still read a lot of of great feel optical stuff. All right. Veronica said, what's your opinion on the L A teacher strike? Oh was she listening to our? It seems to be a smokescreen for eliminating competition and charter schools thought that's what it is. I mean, it's like the charter schools work better, the Los Angeles teachers district is stinks. They spend all kinds of money, and they have their one of the worst systems in the country..

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"klavan" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"klavan" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"There are all kinds of problems that might come up, but with a civilized relationship, they could all be solved instantly. It is only because the EU has become overweening overbearing. And rather to tell a -tarian that these problems come up. I think that Britain has gotten a lot of good things out of out of the EU, and it has and I think that close bond bonds friendly bonds friendly bonds of trade and all these are good things. But I think the e was always forced down the throats of the people, I think if they have this referendum again, it will be basically telling the people. Oh, you you little people are going to vote until you get the answer we want. And I think if they could. Find a way to break free. And yet, retain the natural bonds of friendship between Britain and the continent. I think it would be a good thing. I think the e u basically it's a Germany's third and six most successful attempts. Take over Europe. I think I think the EU has gotten out of control, you know, it's it's a really interesting thing in this country. We had an attempt to break away from the union, which was called the civil war. The logic of that break-away is completely obscured by the evil of slavery that the evil of slavery. Slavery was so great, and it's very hard to say, we should let the confederacy go. But by the rules of the game, we should've let the confederacy go. It's only the fact that the that at slavery was such a great evil such grave evil that there was no way to sort of take a neutral moral stand. I think that federation's should be voluntary. Just like, I think association should be voluntary. And when you want to go you go you should be allowed to negotiate them. And I. I think the fact that the EU has been so tight fisted in these negotiations, and Theresa May maybe has not been as agile and adept at negotiating her way out of it that alone should be an indication that the Brexit. Here's a right. All right. Josh says Andrew I have an idea to create a great nonprofit that will allow all an equal platform to create innovate. Inspire and learn how would I go about presenting this idea to others like you? Well, I have heard this so many times this question and the answer is, you know, I don't know. I mean, I think you have to build the thing. I if you build it, they will come and then you start to promote it saying, look, look what we've got here. But to sort of depend on people like me to give you the promotion that you need to get started. There's just too many of you. I mean, I wish I could promote every system like this. I I'm in favor of every system like this. I support every system like this. But I get these kind of angry letters from people saying, why won't you support me? I have this great idea. Everybody has a great idea. You know? And I mean, I think you have to go out and raise the money, you do it the way Bill businesses, you out you raise the money, you draw an audience, you, you know, t do the marketing that needs to be done. And then when she gets started, and people will take notice I mean that is the way it works..

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The Andrew Klavan Show

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"klavan" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"It used to be Mr Smith goes to Washington it used to be you know, some of the greatest films ever made with the wizard of Oz. Now, popular entertainment in the movies is crap. Everything good is being made in television. Now, I mean television is still I mean, maybe the best of the golden age of television has passed which was the last ten twenty years, but it still producing some great stuff. So you know, when you say which films should be nominated for an Oscar. I thought Black Panthers was good as anything that one that that picture the death of Stalin, which was hilarious. You know, that's never going to get made because only never get nominated because. Only people like me and Shapiro went and saw. And both really liked it or just love the through. Well, another movie that you like the ballot of BUSTER scrub actually was nominated for best things on. I think was really no I really liked that. I really liked that that was episodic and some of the episodes not as good as others. Now does that count as a movie because it was really small well, not Roman thing. Yeah. Yeah. That's That's true. true. That was streaming before it wasn't. So we're getting confusing. I mean, can you imagine like years ago HBO, you know, HBO was probably pissing off all the cable, or, you know, the basic cable networks when they were able to compete for Emmys and stuff and now you have Amazon and net flicks, and Hulu that are able to compete, but she was very rare. Now when people gather as they say at the water, cooler and discuss somethings almost always something on TV. So, you know, like who cares what they give the Oscars to and by the way, when they knocked Kevin Hart off that's slate. I just I would never watch that show. Again, Andrew klavan for hosts. Seer seyran. I hope I'm saying that right says, hey, Andrew do by do you have an opinion on Brexit and PS I love your opening month. I have a heavy reticent opinion on breakfast. And the reason it is reticent is I really believe it's hard to know other countries. I lived in England for seven years in the nineties, and one of the things I learned was he really don't know another country until you've lived there a long time. So I know a little bit about England. But I mean, it's been wild since I've been there. Here's what I think. I think that the the the the British have traditionally been separated from the rest of Europe, and it has been largely a good thing they weren't conquered by the Nazis, they want conquered by Napoleon. They didn't have the inquisition. They didn't have the worst atrocities of the reformation or of the Catholic church. They've really done wonderful things. And they produced one of the greatest products ever, which is the American mind, the American political mind, and so I think that that the British are right to feel antsy about joining an organization, which has now become come become less of what it was supposed to be and more of this kind of outspread. Supposed to be like six nations. And now it's in the twenties. And I think that the the breakfast is actually right. What has happened is for those in America? What has happened is the EU? Let them go. It is basically saying, you know, the you a bunch of trade agreements. That's basically what it is. And it's basically saying we won't let you leave and keep those trade agreements that would make sense. So how'd you land your plane in France? How do you get your vegetables from France back to England? You know, how do you do all those things? Champagne champagne. But you know, those are all fair questions, but they only exist because the EU doesn't want to let go and the reason that you'd wanna let Britain go is because they're afraid of Britain goes a lot of other angry people will go with them to me that alone is a reason to leave. Okay. To me that alone is a reason to leave organization is holding them hostage..

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The Andrew Klavan Show

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"klavan" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"Because too many especially young men are convinced that intelligence and reason dictate that Christianity is untrue. And that is untrue. It is untrue. That science reason and logic Vitas to reject Christianity. I actually believe it's the other way around. I mean, that's what made me become a Christian was logic and reason nothing else, really. And so I think that what we have to do is we have to start making arguments in the high places, you can go out into the streets, and you can convince people of anything. But I think what we need to do is we need to speak up in universities. We need to speak up in think tanks. We need to speak up in newspapers and write books just saying, you know, what? This is not about going on TV, and condemning something this is this is the only time he ever see Christians on TV is when they're going. This is wrong. You know? It's like I almost never think about stuff like that. What I think about is the joy of of guiding my life toward the north star of God that which is just a beautiful experience. I mean, it makes your life because you at meaning it gets joy because purpose gives it richness. You know, that's what we should be talking about. And we should be talking about it. I think in in the intellectual places because those ideas will trickle down and they will restore Christianity. There's no easy answer to this except to defend to defend the faith but defendant in the highest possible way without conceding anything to the culture. I don't concede a damn thing to the culture. I think the culture our culture is psychotic and has gone astray in very serious ways. But we don't have to defy the culture just for the purpose of define it. Either. Jimmy says Mr. Cleveland, why is that contain Mia almost entirely left leaning the bid it they actually took over the the academies. They meant to do it. I mean, look there's going to be in in a university where you are not responsible to reality. But you are responsible to the intellect is going to be a tendency toward leftism in the liberal arts is going to be a tendency to turn leftism in St. the study of literature in the study of sociology and the study of psychology because studies that don't have to see if they work, right? They don't have to test themselves against reality. So it's a good place for leftism to go. The problem is is that conservative by and large will hire leftists leftists willnot higher conservative. If you go into a university and say, yes, I'd like to teach literature from the point of view of what a great thing western civilization. Is you won't get a job. You will not get a job except of hillsdale or some other small place ills hills. There'll be a great place, but I'm just saying you won't get a job at the Ivy leagues. All these things they will keep you out. It is a blacklist. When people ask me about the movies. There is a blacklist. When people ask me about the arch. There are blacklists. They are purposely keeping conservatives out. And so it's very difficult. It's one thing to say, we should build publishing companies and movie companies. It's another thing to say, we should tell universities as much bigger task. But I do think we have to fight them. You know, we have to fight them with lawsuits, and we buy spr- sending speakers in there. And by making sure that our ideas are because there is a blacklist. All right, Kevin fifth in your Cleveland. Should Black Panther have been nominated for best picture. I personally think not an I can't say a reason why it should you know, it it's pretty creative. I think I think the movies are immoral state. You know, so I mean, it's very hard is very hard to find a movie that is both good really good and an important and popular. That's what happens when our terms. Go into more. States the important works tend to be small and intellectualized and an elite and the big popular works tend to be empty, and that's what happened to the movies in the last ten twenty years the movies that people go to see the superhero movies mostly popcorn entertainment where popcorn entertainment used to be gone with the wind..

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The Andrew Klavan Show

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"klavan" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"I think a lot of people are weak on technology. And I'm not sure that that's worse on the right Bennett is on the left. What makes me it makes me suspicious that all these great techno technological companies like Twitter and Facebook on all built by leftists and are populated by leftist. So maybe maybe that is true. And, you know, look, conservative conservatives and and left us both come to their positions through thinking. But there's also a natural tendency toward those side, there's a line and Gilbert and Sullivan every every child is born alive as either a little liberal or a little conservative, you know. And I think there is a genetic component to your philosophy. And it is it is truly possible that on the right there. There is a tendency to not want things to change to think at any change can lead to disaster. I mean, I always joke about conservatives that they think like. Oh, well, if I change this, and this will fall in then that'll form, and the whole society, we'll collapse. You don't you think? Like, dude, you know, change is gonna come. You. Gotta relax it. Let let the changes come changes. Good. So maybe that that's true. I don't know any statistics proving that there are fewer right wing technological people then left, but it does seem that way. Given the the nature of the companies they create an in which case it's a shame. That's too bad. I mean, it's it's it's the way of the future. Cryptocurrency just on really suspicious of it. I don't know tad on what it's for except selling drugs. Funding terrorism. Funding tear, we're going to get so many tweets and stuff. Maybe. Well, maybe I don't know enough about. I'm so confused by it. I'm also team Ilan when it comes to robots are bad. No, no like robots, really? Well. Yeah. No, no. I'm I'm I'm like conspiratorial about it though. They're going to take over the world. Well, if the robots driving your car, how do you know who's controlling the robot like Andrew claybin? Didn't like what he said on the podcast today. That's such a good point. I I like it. Wait, there's a movie in this. I think he you're on your way. Thank created by that what it is. You can ride it. I'll create it. We'll go to the office together. It'll be fun. They never nominate our movie do really well and be too conservative. Sean says oh, clay. How do we combat peacefully the rise of anti religious sentiment growing in the country? I mean, we've seen a lot of that. This is awful. It really is awful. It's such bigotry. It's such stupidity. And it's really is ignorance is really based on ignorance, these people have not been taught what the what the basis of Christianity is they don't know what they're talking about. And they just see it goes against the leftist doctrine, which is their religion. And they and they become hysterical. Look, I think the thing is is that the Christian religion is in appeared in this has been true all through its history Christianity has become corrupt a set to reform right now. I don't I don't think necessarily the Christianity is corrupt. But I think it has lost its sense of what it is needs to go back to its roots and say what exactly do we believe because not everything that accrues to Christianity over the years? Not every tradition that accrues to Christianity not every barnacle sticks of the ship of Christianity is part of Christianity. You know? I I. Oh back and I read the gospels every day, I read the gospels because this is the source material. And if my church tells me one thing, and Jesus tells me another I follow Jesus because you know, Christianity collects traditions that may not necessarily be true to its source. We need people thinking about this..

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The Andrew Klavan Show

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"klavan" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"And you can and you can do things that tell stories in ways that have never been told before and also which has a big influence on people. And I think that that's a great thing. Have you are you so into games that you watch the professional gamers play those stadiums now. No, but crazy they have stadium events for video gaming. No, she to me that's actually Anthony to the gaming experience. Because the whole point of the game experience is that it's kind of like looking at a painting. And then walking into it. And that's such an amazing thing. You can't do that. I mean, you can do it imaginatively with Mary Poppins that you're moving through this beautiful landscape and some of the artwork. I mean, I would much rather look at a beautifully rendered video game than look at a splotch on the wall in a New York gallery that I'm told is supposed to represent some theory that I don't care about Haiti Johnson says true. It is often noted on the right that true racism lies in the progressive agenda through their manufacturing of a culture of dependency. Do you think any modern Democrats are deliberately? Yeah. They of course, they're deliberately racist. I identity politics is deliberate racism, and the the the thing about it is is it's so awful. Because what it says to people is not only is your blackness or your gayness or your, you know, Latin nece important morally important and not only does it give me push on different moral framework than say a white person, which is the definition of racism that is racism right there. But it also says that your blackness your latte Nisar game is consists of your agreeing with my leftism. So in other words the minute. A black guy says, you know, I'm a conservative by boated for Donald Trump. He stops being a black guy in the definition of of the left. So that's incredible racism. It's not only telling you that your racism that your race put you in a different moral a standing than another race, which is racism per se. It also tells you that your race consists of only being allowed to believe certain kind of belief it is amazing racist. Now. Obviously, they don't think of it as racism. But that's because they think racism, bad me, good. You know, that's the only reason if they thought about it logically. They would see they're racist as hell it's so funny because I think that they think that they're trying to equalize everyone. Well, it's not it's this. It's this ridiculous idea that you can fix the past by doing the same bad things, but the other to the other side. So in other words, if you were mean to black people in the past and America was in all countries were to some degree. Now, you can be mean to white people somehow it's all going to balance. But the thing is all the racism goes in one side, you know, an all the righteousness and treating people equally and treating people with love and humanity. That all goes in the other side it's much harder to all right, please. Remember that our conversation is live for everyone to watch. But only subscribers get to ask the questions. So be sure to click on the link in our video description to ask questions or sign up to be daily wire subscriber. And be sure to tune in for next month's episode, featuring our very own Michael not too bad..

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The Andrew Klavan Show

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"klavan" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"Hey, says I hope I'm saying your name right says, hi, drew. What do you think? The impact of demonizing white people for the last decade. We'll be do see the potential of a negative reaction from white people. He'll yeah. You make it logical for white people to be white nationalist. I love this thing where we we. I mean, I think let me start off by saying I think white nationalism is the stupidest idea ever, it's an anti-christian idea. It's an anti-american idea. It's an anti everything that we believe in idea. But it makes perfect sense. If the opposition is black nationalism. If somehow you're the bad guy, I mean, if you if you're going to set up racial divisions, and why shouldn't people stick to their race? What I says, you should get rid of the mall. Just say, look, we're Americans. If you believe that Olmeta created equal, if you believe you have the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. And that's why governments made join the party. You know, I don't care. What you look like if you believe in that to me, your and you live here to me, you're an American. So when you have people like done lemon head over at CNN use. Saddened say all white people's fault. I don't see any reason why white people wouldn't react by saying. Oh, yeah. Well, I don't like black people. I mean what what's the point if you create the if you create the logic of racism, then why shouldn't the majority race stick to the majority? I mean, I don't understand that. So this is why I so oppose the left. I oppose racism in the left anti white racism in the left and the state for the same exact reason, I pose anti black racism anywhere. Also on the left. But still, you know, I think that the, you know, we know people have races. We it may be that racist have specific differences. But we also another may everybody's made in the image of God. And that we're you know, we are responsible for loving them. And so I don't see wha what other philosophy we need in that. And I just think the demonizing white people keeps the the logic of race alive. All right. Jeff says I wished to make an impact using my programming career or the video editing graphic design writing speaking ordinary skills. Those are a lot of skills there that hey have taught myself, how should I choose how to make an impact? Well, sounds like you're a great candidate for the game industry the video game industry. I mean, the video game industry to me has a hit a kind of a a low point for many many years. It was developing so rapidly that it was just as as exciting as any art form could possibly be. I mean every time I don't have a lot of time to play games every time. I would turn around. I would think. Wow. It's really advanced. To a new level. Now, even when I get a game that's supposed to be great like for Christmas. I got that red dead redemption to which has got a ten out of ten everywhere. And it is amazing. It is amazing. But it hasn't taken the art form anywhere. New and some of the less the less technologically spectacular games are more interesting games like inside and braid that are kind of platforming games. So if if you're interested in that I mean, I'm just looking at your skill set. If you're interested in that, I think that's a world in which you can entertain more people in the movies, entertain..

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The Andrew Klavan Show

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"klavan" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"Should I try Amazon self publishing or send to traditional publisher? Excellent question send to a traditional publisher. I I would go to Amazon self publishing only as a last resort most Amazon so published books don't do very, well if Amazon chain you're at the mercy of their algorithms if they changed their algorithms. You get nailed it gives you very small chance of selling overseas, which you do have with a traditional publisher. So I would try and last there's no sense in defeating yourself the trick to doing this is to find books that remind you of your book. Right. So there there are books being published. Nobody is utterly unique. If you find books that remind you of your book, go into the acknowledgments find out who the guys agent is because usually books God their mama agent. Right. And then query the agent find out how to write a query letter right to the. The agent and and ask Phil take a look at it with an agent you can get in anywhere. And you can you'll you might get further than you think. And if not you can always go back time zone. There's also because of capitalism, and because of I think how publication books have changed even over the last decade. There's the services were you can it's almost like a book in a box service where you tell them. Oh, I want to write this. And they help you with the whole process. You know, there's there's all kinds of services. I'm just saying that most of them don't don't help you the way the publishers who look. How machine is a badly run business. It really is it no it really is a badly run business. But it's still better than doing it yourself, unless you've got a massive platform to promote it, you know. I mean, if if you've got. Well, your book is blank anybody. No. I mean, I think if you have a massive platform to promote it and the time to go around promoting it, you you have a shot, but there's a lot of things. I know I know a guy who makes a lot of money publishing self publishing on Amazon. But what he did was he started an entire industry. So he writes a book a month? And he he I mean, he turns out minced material. He has immense means of promoting it. It doesn't just happen except on the rare occasion like to the guy wrote the Martian and the lady who wrote fifty shades of grey, those are phenomenons. Twilight to was. Published? No because it was fifty was a take off on twenty year. Right. And it started on the fan page or whatever. Sorry, guys side note there back to subscriber question is John says, I'm a college student trying to find a woman to marry and build a family with however most women, I know are not interested in marriage. Do you have any advice on where to find a traditional woman to church prudish from places, try your church? I I would even nowadays if I were still in the market, I would go online and onto things like e horn and have gotten married say old fashioned guy looking for old fashioned girl. She value. Do you know all the questions to ask? I'd also say too if he's a college student, maybe the women are interested in marriage. They're just afraid of marriage like right now. Right this minute. Now, they're probably the women are probably wrong because it's probably better to marry early. But we only got thirty five ladies just saying Veronica says a lot of hysteria in our society is attributed to mental illness. But isn't it less biolog-? Michael than ideological. If you twist yourself to believe less deslize it has to affect our mentality. Right. We'll of course. But I mean, I think the two things go together, it's hard to know that look certain leftist propositions at this point are indeed induced psychopathy, they really are. If you start to tell people, there's no such thing as men and women are used to tell somebody that a man who thinks he's a woman is in fact, a woman nothing wrong with saying, you know, I'm a man, but I feel like a woman inside that maybe your actual experience. But that to say that that actually makes you female is nuts. And when you then say to people you are not virtuous unless you believe this you are inducing psychosis. You are inducing madness. And people what what I think is happening a lot, and I see this..

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The Andrew Klavan Show

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"klavan" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"And even evil has happened in this country that we've gone from the idea that maybe occasionally somebody might need an abortion to let shout your Boertien. Let's be proud of your abortion. Let's have abortion at to the very last minute. When you go down the wrong path things just get worse and worse, and and you always you the left same way. You can't go back. But obviously if you're going in the wrong direction back is the right way to go. Then speech was so powerful at the March may said that, you know, being righteous is not always the most popular thing. Nevertheless, egypt. Yup. There's lots of examples of that in history. And then whenever people bring up the up until birth. There's it's so ridiculous because I know babies that were born at twenty four weeks. So what if a doctor determines? Well, I don't really, you know, we can't spend the funds or that kid might not make because they're not fully developed or viable. You'll Thome Sakina said that abortion should be legal until the quickening which was one baby moved and sometimes you hear Christian site that. But of course, if he'd had ultrasound he wouldn't have said that you know, he was going to thirteenth century science, the more the science gets developed the more. We see I mean, just DNA evidence alone is that the minute. This child is conceived at has a path that has the the blueprint of a personality the blueprint of a life. We live in time that child is who is going to be already, and we just have no right to take his life way. You just don't a west says Andrew will you please tell my wife that hallmark movies are trash and she should not make me watch them with her. I will tell her half that she should not make you watch them with her. They are basically women's active a good husband at sacrificial, and what of her love language is quality time though. Sorry. It's a masculine, and you shouldn't walk. He doesn't have to watch hallmark movies. Hallmark movies are ladies daydreams. That's that's not trash perfectly fine. A lot of action movies are guys daydreams, you know, and like and you have every right to your daydream. You have every right to see your daydreams professionally put on it's not harmful. It's good for you. But you the guy doesn't have to watch my husband, and I have an agreement where if I go to see I don't know Mad Max fury road in theaters then fair marvel movies with me. That's no that's perfectly fair, but yet marvel movies on. You know, he's not really into he's into like more artistic type movies and like the action. I I actually I occasionally will sit and watch homework movies just because they told me how women think. Like like. Wow. Really? Okay. But don't watch lifetime movies because it makes women look bad. All right. Dana says dear special. That's amazing as a conservative Christians whose writings don't really fit under the John RA of Christian books..

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The Andrew Klavan Show

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"klavan" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"I mean, this new media is fantastic. It really is democratizing. And it's why we shouldn't allow things like YouTube and Google to dominate it because we should be building platforms of our own. Where people can't knock us off. You know, it's just it doesn't aren't doesn't have to look like they're it doesn't have to be there. Just simply has to do what art does which is reflect the human experience. And I think we can do that better than they do. 'cause we actually know what the human experience is. And. They're trying to tell us that. It's something that it's not. All right. A ruined says. Hi, Andrew, what do you make of the bromance between President Trump? And I'm going to totally buffed his name. Do you know? Who knew in remote? He is. Okay. How come you said it so eloquently and do I roll the are? I don't know any common values or just a healthy sense of nationalism in both of the question. He left a new political leader in Brazil in Brazil. That's that's a good question. I know that there had been some somebody look it up. So we don't make a fool of totally out. That's not the guy. I don't know. But oh. India in India, you know, the well, so I don't want to answer the question at length because I don't know it is I don't know that much about him. But I do think he knows about everything else. I know. But, but I do I think it is interesting with Trump the guy she likes and the guys he doesn't I do think I do think the left has a certain amount of of a legitimate gripe that he seems to have this. These these strong men seem to have an appeal for him guys like Putin. You know, he earned on Turkey. Yeah. It does seem that they do seem to have an appeal for him. Interestingly Trump obeys the law in ways that Obama does didn't like the actually when the court say he can't do something. Even when he knows it's an Obama judge making a false, call for political reasons, he obeys, he says, it's the court system. I gotta do it. So it's really interesting. He hasn't they guys appeal to him, and he's obviously a strong guy. But, but he doesn't imitate them in the sense of breaking the law. He actually has respect for the constraints of the system allows the women's March Tobel bell on and doesn't arrest everyone. That was my suggest. But now he wouldn't listen to me. Donovan says hydra I recently watched the documentary Mafa Twenty-one, which has searched that the abortion industry targets minority communities particularly blacks to reduce their populations. Do you believe really believe it was there at the beginning? I mean, this is Margaret Sanger, you know, she said that this was part of it. We have heard people in the modern world say, you know, abortion reduces crime. And the only thing they could possibly mean by that is that there's high crime in black communities, and by wiping out, the black children there somehow reducing crime. We know in New York that more black children are aborted than born. And so I think that whether they're targeting these people are not that target is being hit. And look this is this is a countries can go crazy in cultures can go crazy. Just like people can go crazy. This is a psychopathology that we have induced ourselves the idea that. That an unborn child is not a child is not a human being is is a psychopathology. It's a disease and the thing is the diseases so widespread that perfectly decent people believe it, you can you can do that to people you can lie to them enough, and you can present that narrative enough that they buy into it. I was just reading the New York state at wants to pass a law that allows abortion up till the moment of birth as if there were some match. Moment that brings you out into the air that that means that those people who have made the dire prediction that one day. We will be practicing legal infanticide. They have a point because that is legal infanticide. So look, I don't know. I'm not in the abortion industry. I'm not sitting around making plans, but I know that something very sick..

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The Andrew Klavan Show

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"klavan" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"That's exciting. I don't know why they always do that to me during my birthday month. The they stick with me with Michael Knowles. It's a gift last year was literally on Valentine's Day. Yes. It's a gift because then you don't have to do it for another two months. That's true. And then in March, we got Benz conversation. It's just tons of fun. I feel like you, and I were just sitting here. I think it's because of the holidays like Christmas, everything if feels like we were just here that makes it feels to me like it was a long time with somebody said the last conversation was really good, and I was wrong. Remember, our conversations are always always this. This is going to be the best. The best conversation. Hopefully, every time we do that little better. Just a little bit better a little more in the flow of things. So we have our first question from very first subscriber. And you're like, oh, how do you ask a question subscribe to the daily wire, and I mean, come on, then you get a leftist tears tumbler, put anything you want in it. And it's a we hundred hot or cold. I got some cold, you know, energy drink in there right now. It's real good. All right. This is Spencer. I don't know if this is the Spencer klavan. No. You don't think? So. All right. Spencer on snow. Have you ever struggled with writer's block on account of how much I obsess over finding the best word or the most beautiful phrase? I often like to say that I love to write. But hate writing. I couldn't live like that. I couldn't live right heating, my work. I love my work. I know a lot of writers struggle with it. You know? You know, I I don't even like to talk about writer's block. I mean, there's something you don't even want to mention either. Yeah. They shouldn't have the words come out of your mouth. But, but the thing is I I've always felt that the way to get the best out of your writing is to get it down on paper, and then come back and rewrite it after all the whole point of being writers. You're not an actor. You can you can make a mistake. Go back race, it take it away and get it better. And if you have the thing are as easy to shape once the book, or the story, whatever it is is done, then you can shape. It already has. It's like the stone is already there, and you can see the shape in it and get closer and closer to what you want. And I just think that I you know, I obsess about every word I want everyone to be perfect..

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‘The Haunting of Hill House’ is traumatizing... in a good way

The Andrew Klavan Show

01:45 min | 3 years ago

‘The Haunting of Hill House’ is traumatizing... in a good way

"Most famous haunted house novels ever written. And certainly probably the most famous written by an American unless you count Henry James as an American. He kind of became a British subject after awhile, and he wrote the turn of the screw, which is one of the most famous ones, but the haunting field houses just Shuji famous wonderful book. And if you haven't read it Shirley Jackson, she was just a tremendous writer. She wrote a famous short story called the lottery, which everybody used to read junior high school in our or if they do anymore. And she wrote, we have always lived in the castle where my favorite gothic novels, but the haunting of hill house, I guess, is her masterpiece. Listen to the opening of this. They. Every time they make a movie of this. This this is the third film version of it. Every time they make movie, they always put us in because it's so brilliant. This is the opening the first paragraph. No live organism can continue for long to exist sanely under conditions of absolute reality, even larks and Katie dibs are supposed by some to dream hill house, not same, stood by itself against its hills, holding darkness within it had stood so for eighty years and might stand for eighty. More within walls, continued upright. Bricks met neatly floors were firm and doors were sensibly. Shut silence, lay steadily against the wood and stone of hill house and whatever walked there, walked alone. What I love about this is you forget where it starts by the time you get to that powerful last line of the paragraph, you

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Snarling 'Trump baby' blimp could soon fly in U.S.: activists

The Andrew Klavan Show

02:40 min | 3 years ago

Snarling 'Trump baby' blimp could soon fly in U.S.: activists

"Englishman and other effeminate sexual deviance took to the streets of london last week to protest donald trump because something something something the protesters included men dressed up as women men who may actually have been women women exposing parts of their bodies that well brought up young ladies usually keep covered and women with dyed hair and tattoos that sent the message i am psychologically dysfunctional please help me to protest the fact that trump something something these sad and relevant people stayed such dramatic displays as throwing girly ineffectual punches at a half naked donald trump punching bag and then swaggering aways if they had accomplished something they also displayed what the media called a bb trump blimp but which turned out just to be a smallish balloon though the protesters needed a permit for it anyway because they live in a country where you need a permit to carry a balloon asked why the protesters were protesting one person told reporters quote since our country no longer has any pride or principles we have nothing to do but sit around waiting to be in slave by sharia law so we figured we'd protest the american president to pass the time until we cease to exist as a meaningful political entity unquote the protests ended abruptly when it was announced that america had broken ties with england nearly two hundred and fifty years ago thus leaving england and a backwater with no say in who governs real countries like ours meanwhile across the channel on the continent formerly known as europe france won the world cup by defeating croatia which is like a country or something in response to their victory the french promptly rioted to protest the fact that they just wasted weeks of their lives watching soccer trigger warning i'm andrew klavan and this is the andrew klavan show humpty also say got the thompson so wonderful to see all right the cleveland was weekend comes to an end with a bang i'm not sure what that was somebody falling down probably you know you want him to take a look at youtube they've been manipulating the subscription feed to curate your choices which means that users may not be notified of a challenge goes live even if you subscribe to our channel i wouldn't say that this affects conservatives more than leftist but it can you know affects conservatives more than left leftist in order to make sure you receive notifications for a live videos you should not only subscribe to daily wire on youtube but also ring the little bells you know when we post new content also tomorrow is the conversation july seventeenth whatever tomorrow is tuesday whatever it is at five thirty pm.

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In new book, Obama wonders if "we were wrong" after Trump's election

The Andrew Klavan Show

02:44 min | 3 years ago

In new book, Obama wonders if "we were wrong" after Trump's election

"So much presses i mean i can't even i i mean i i i can't i can't i can't put it into words i i don't know what the words are if if you're a subscriber and you should be a subscriber to the daily wire dot com and you've spent your lousy hundred bucks to get a yearlong subscription you already have your leftist here's tumble you will notice when you play that clip it automatically fills up to overflowing you will have to wipe down the leftist years overflow because he had no way to deal with it because everybody else's evil everybody believes the new york times roads now written his book is memoir about this which apparently doesn't have very much inside information but it has this moment of barack obama's reacting to his loss right so the new york times writes about riding in a motorcade in lima peru shortly after the two thousand sixteen election president barack obama was struggling to understand donald j trump's victory what if we were wrong he asks aides riding with him in the armored presidential limousine now i know i read that and i thought what did barack obama actually question whether aced junior senator who had never held a high office never run anything as i might have been wrong in what he did no no no my friend that's not what he's wrong about obama had read a column asserting that liberals had forgotten how important identity was to people and had promoted an empty cosmopolitan globalism that men be made many people left behind maybe we pushed too far mr obama said maybe people just wanna fall back into their tribe so in other words when obama says maybe i was wrong what he means was maybe i was so right and you were so wrong that you just didn't get it his aides reassured him that he will still would have won had he been able to run for another term and that the next generation had more in common with him than with mr trump in other words that tells him that it was hillary clinton who screwed the pooch right it wasn't him he would want mr obama the first black man elected president did not seem convinced he said sometimes i wonder whether i was ten or twenty years too early she when he was making the transition from his planet to ours.

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Myra, Tacoma and Sarah discussed on News and Perspective with Herb Weisbaum

News and Perspective with Herb Weisbaum

01:00 min | 3 years ago

Myra, Tacoma and Sarah discussed on News and Perspective with Herb Weisbaum

"Green light for a new non opioid drug to fight opioid withdrawal it's called lusa myra and now approved for use up to fourteen days and it comes with a warning that it might not get rid of withdrawal symptoms completely it might be enough however to help make it through kicking opioids cold turkey people being evicted from tacoma's tiki apartments are manned that the owner has already started demolishing the place while they still live there only gracious when they stopped doing their construction at night sarah how is blind but his keenly aware that the apartments on either side of hers have been gutted for renovation nightmares about it and she still has not found an affordable place to live that is wheelchair accessible and can accommodate a blind person to stand tacoma and i'm not going to give up and we don't know we're still hopeful monica klavan show is also wheelchair with no place to go yet the new owner of the tiki apartments wants everyone out so the entire complex can be redone after weeks of.

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