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Dr. Larry Arnn on the Impeachment of Donald Trump

Hugh Hewitt

02:58 min | 6 months ago

Dr. Larry Arnn on the Impeachment of Donald Trump

"I wanted to ask your thoughts on the impeachment proceedings of this week and whether or not It is constitutional for the Senate to try a president who has left office. Well, there's so first of all these arguments on both sides, and they're pretty ably made in the Washington Post lately in a And the article You sent me my my clue. Big, great. The great retired judge. And another by Laurence Tribe. And, uh, First I'll tell you what I think. And I'll tell you the arguments. What I think is Impeachment is a special process, especially as regards the chief executive because there's a problem to solve. In Britain that forever the sovereign was the King and the chief executive. And there wasn't really any method to remove him. They, You know, in the in Charles the first they cut off head, but they weren't really ever able to establish a British law that would let them do that. Um, And that's because Executive is in charge of prosecutions. How do you prosecute the executive? And it's sensitive because anyway, you prosecute him. Anybody who has the power to prosecute him could conceivably take over the executive. In our country. The executive is elected and that would mean toward in the well of people. So they did a brilliant thing they contrived. They contrived that the two political branches would take on a somewhat judicial function. And one would accuse him and the prosecute him and the other would try him. That would mean then that there would have to be a sort of consensus in the nation. The political forces in the nation, and it would also, however, operate under some rules of law. They would present evidence and have cross examination. So that's what they did. And that's Ah. That's where two really well Uh, the point is, What about Private citizen, which is what Donald Trump will be in a few days. And So I the reason I think a private citizen cannot be prosecuted is because if you read, you know, they're six mentions of impeachment in the Constitution and Is it to have Marin? If, after the Three M. Marin articles one and the two of them are an article to and what I'm is an Article three. So the dimensions the second one is the most interesting one. Senate shall have the sole power to try impeachments. Uh, Judgment in cases of impeachment shall not extend further than two removal from office. And the conjunction Disqualified disqualification to hold and enjoy any Office of honor trust or profit under the United States.

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"larry arnn" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"larry arnn" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The answer. Larry Arnn coming up Robbie died yesterday. Frank robinson. Now, I know many of you think of him as a Baltimore Oriole and Cincinnati red Camis tribesmen as a Cleveland Indian because he was the first African American manager. And he did that with the Cleveland Indians was a heck of a manager, by the way, also managed the nationals. But I'll never forget him in a fire engine red uniform. I tweeted out the picture of last night. The Indians had these awful awful uniforms in the seventies fire engine red uniforms. Dennis Eckersley looks horrible in one of them. And I love back, but Robbie was an amazing amazing guy, and I never met him. But I mean, I was afraid of him watching TV. So I don't know how people ever didn't do what he told them to do. There are other stories out there, America Venezuela. The international effort to rush food and medicine into this collapsing. Socialist state was rapidly transforming Thursday into a high stakes standoff between Madero and its US-backed opposition essentially holding hostage. Lifesaving shipments of humanitarian aid at the border Maduro is blocking sixteen million. Dollars worth of assistance organized by the opposition provided by the United States Columbia Canada. And other countries they turned over big cargo trucks on the highway to Columbia to stop people from getting food water really rise up. Venezuela. The cardinal in Venezuela has said we're not negotiating with Trump is we're not negotiating with you. You're an evil. Terrible thug. Dictator get out and the military got they got to escort him to the border or worse. Throw him in jail. I don't like anyone getting the ball in the back of the head. But I'm afraid someone's gonna lose their mind because the privates in the military and getting any vote either supreme court blocks away Zana abortion law. Please calm down. Jeff John Roberts. The chief Justice. Is bound by the precedent of the court from the last term in which he dissented in the last term Justice Kennedy in the four liberals upheld a Texas law very much like the Louisiana lot. The question is whether or not a stay ought to issue on the Louisiana law under existing precedent. The answer is yes Justice cavenaugh dissented saying that the stay was untimely. But indicating he to it issue estate. No, one can predict what happens when that case gets to the supreme court, which I don't think. Will occur in the twenty nine thousand nine hundred thousand twenty term we're doing establishment clause in the twenty eighteen twenty nine thousand nine term. There's already gun cases for the twenty thousand nine hundred twenty twenty term. And I believe row we'll be on the agenda in the twenty twenty two twenty twenty one term, but please don't jump to conclusions. I know that that's what the media does. But the media is stupid is this green new deal as to the green new deal. Look there's a big difference between Donald Trump and Democrats in in two thousand sixteen Donald Trump went on every show on every cable network talked to every host. I talked him sixteen times then that doesn't include the debates. He went everywhere left right center. He answered hard questions. We didn't answer our question, but he was fearless. You went everywhere. Democrats don't go anywhere that isn't that got, you know, the good housekeeping seal of approval of the resistance and Alexandria, Cossio Cortez. Go to a few places and tries not to step in it. But Chuck Todd had her on. Yes. I just got to play some of this for you. Because I look I'm very committed the green new deal being everyone should know about the green new deal. It's the Democratic Party. They've gone full on socialist. They've gone full on socialist. And they're leading contenders. Kamla Harris signed on Elizabeth Warren is campaign is dead have signed on Alexander Cossio Cortez cut number eighteen yesterday with Chuck Todd. Well, I just corollary. I don't think I created a political movement. I think I'm part of one. I think in terms of what I looked up stops up non-sequitur alert first corollary. What she then stated was not a corollary. And so the the random use of words about which he is vaguely familiar, for example, for EG, which is redundant of for example. It's EG stands for for example, for EG is just nuts. Four four example four four four, for example, for example. That's what that means for edgy. But she did the corollary that just doesn't make any sense. Keep going for. I think that it's really about the comprehensive understanding of this moment that we're in right now as a country and our ability to articulate it. And so I don't think that at twenty twenty nominee can afford to our ability to articulate it. If you missed the beginning of the show, then you must subscribe to the Hughniverse..

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"larry arnn" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"larry arnn" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The answer. On a Friday by Larry Arnn coming up Robbie died yesterday. Frank robinson. Now, I know many of you think of them as a Baltimore Oriole and Cincinnati read to me as a tribesman Asia Cleveland Indian because he was the first African-American manager. And he did that with the Cleveland into a heck of a manager, by the way, also managed the nationals. But I'll never forget him in a fire engine red uniform. I tweeted out the picture of last night. The Indians had these awful awful uniforms in the seventies fire engine red uniforms. Dennis Eckersley looks horrible in one of them. And I love AC, but Robbie was an amazing amazing guy, and I never met him. But I mean, I was afraid of him watching TV. So I don't know how people ever. Didn't do what he told them to do. There are other stories out there, America Venezuela. The international effort to rush food and medicine into this collapsing. Socialist state was rapidly transforming Thursday into a high stakes standoff between Madero and its US backed opposition essentially holding hostage. Lifesaving shipments of humanitarian aid at the border Madero is blocking sixty million dollars worth of assistance organized by the opposition provided by the United States Columbia Canada. And other countries they turned over big cargo trucks on the highway to Columbia to stop people from getting food water really rise up. Venezuela. The cardinal in Venezuela said we're not negotiating with Trump has said, we're not negotiating with you. You're an evil terrible dictator get out and the military's gotta they gotta escort him to the border or worse. Throw him in jail. I don't like anyone getting a bolt in the back of the head. But I'm afraid someone's gonna lose their mind because the privates in the military and getting any food either. Supreme court blocks away Zana abortion, LA, please, calm down. Jeff John Roberts. The chief Justice is bound by the president of the court from the last term in which he dissented in the last term Justice Kennedy in the four liberals upheld a Texas law very much like the Louisiana lot. The question is whether or not a stay off to issue on the Louisiana law under existing precedent. The answer is yes. Justice cavenaugh dissented saying that the stay was untimely. But indicating he would issue a state, no one can predict what happens when that case gets to the supreme court, which I don't think will occur in the twenty nine thousand nine hundred thousand twenty term we're doing establishment clause in the twenty eighteen twenty nine thousand nine term. There's already gun cases for the two thousand nineteen to twenty twenty term. And I believe row we'll be on the agenda in the twenty twenty two twenty twenty one term, but please don't jump to conclusions. I know that that's what the media does. But the media is stupid this green new deal as to the green new deal. Look there's a big difference between Donald Trump and Democrats in nine in two thousand sixteen Donald Trump went on every show on every cable network talk to every host. I talked him sixteen times then that doesn't include the debates. He went everywhere left right center. He answering hard questions we didn't answer our question. But he was fearless. He went everywhere. Democrats don't go. Anywhere that isn't that got, you know, the good housekeeping seal of approval of the resistance and Alexandria Okaz. Yo Cortez go to a few places and tries not to step in it. But Chuck Todd had her on yesterday. I just got to play some of this for you. Because I look I'm very committed to the green new deal being everyone should know about the green new deal. It's the Democratic Party they'd gone full on socialist. They've gone full on socialist. And they're leading contenders Kamala Harris assigned on Elizabeth Warren has campaign of dead have signed on elegant Alcazar El Cortez cut number eighteen yesterday with Chuck Todd. Well, I just corollary. I don't think I've created a political movement. I think I'm part of one. I think in terms of what I looked up stops up non-sequitur alert first corollary. What she then stated was not a corollary. And so the the random use of words about which she is vaguely familiar, for example for g which is redundant for example. It's EG stands for for example, four G is just nuts. Four for example, four four four for example. For example. That's what that means for EG, but she did the corollary that just doesn't make any sense. Keep going for. I think that it's really about the comprehensive understanding of this moment that we're in right now is a country and our ability to articulate it. And so I don't think that a twenty twenty nominee can afford to our ability to articulate it. If you missed the beginning of the show, then you must subscribe to the Hughniverse..

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"larry arnn" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"larry arnn" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Knows the Jews have been here since we began writing books and Walker Percy's to say I will stop believing in God when someone explains the Jews to me, I'm joined by Dr Larry Arnn, president of Hillsdale College. Of course, a great supporter of Israel. As I am and morning, though, two died in Pittsburgh, Larry Arnn, though, it never takes long for opportunities to seize on any tragedy and last night. Kevin McCarthy, our friend house GOP leader was attacked by people on the left because he had tweeted out before the Pittsburgh massacre. That George Soros Michael Bloomberg. And Tom Steyer, we're trying to buy the election, which in fact, they're trying to do and that's fine. That's their constitutional rights, but he was accused of anti-semitism for noting that I guess because those three men are Jewish, and, you know, Kevin McCarthy, I know Kevin McCarthy our ambassador to Germany. Rick Grenell came on earlier. He knows Kevin McCarthy. What do you make of the charge of anti-semitism with regards to our friend Kevin McCarthy? Well, so most of us Kevin McCarthy for many decades. But what I didn't know. And I'll bet Kevin McCarthy didn't know is it those three guys are all Jews. I'll bet I'll bet you didn't. We didn't know. Really? 'cause I think in particular those three guys, you know, like, I I didn't know George Soros was that you, but and everybody everybody knows about him. Right. He's this big liberal guy. Get all this money. The truth is if you were going to insult them because they were Jews you would need to be explicit about it because most people wouldn't get the joke. That's it. But of course, they don't want you to get. They don't want you to understand Kevin McCarthy they want to smear Kevin McCarthy and the smear anti-semitism is a deep one. I mean, it's along with being anti-black and races of any sort. But anti-semitism is the ancient evil. It's been denounced specifically might Catholic churches being mortal sin. It's it's unacceptable. My children are themselves part Jewish my grandma whites. Great grandfather started the synagogue in Indianapolis, I can't abide it. But it is used as a cudgel. Does it work Larry Arnn? Well. You know, I I wanna say something about the depth of it. Think about the Jews that why giggles when you said that Walker Percy, quote, which I had not heard before that wonderful yet. But they get the Jews are unique in history and their unique because there's the first ancient people whose God did not disappear when the policy was defeated and they kept their God their exiles and this God claims to be the one Dodd and the creator of all and then this God claims to have a concern for everybody on earth. Indeed, the covenant with Abraham is a covenant, and this should be a blessing to all the peoples on the face of the earth. Now, you won't find anything like that in the ancient religions of which Judaism's one right three thousand VCR or before. And so that's the first thing. But the second thing is because they didn't they didn't disband. When their country was overcomes. The promised land was overcome overcome. Then what they have been isn't exile people for a long long time incredibly stubborn in keeping their identity. And so that that places them in lots of other countries, and that means the oldest opportunity for resentment of of of strangers in our midst is of the Jews, and you know, it's just another great fact that about the United States America that George Washington in seventeen ninety eight brought to the Hebrew congregation in Newport island that it is now no more that we speak of religious toleration is it we're by the indulgence of some that others enjoy their inherent natural rights. And that is probably the first letter written by chief executive of any country except ancient Israel to some Jews addressing them as equal. Citizens. That's the American heritage. And there's no reason to believe that Kevin McCarthy does not does not feel the weight and greatness of that just like everybody who knows the story, and he's an American does exactly and on left and right except for these crazed Neo Nazis who are an evil, and we'll talk about that evil when we come back. Let me also encourage you during the break to visit hughhewitt dot com and support the alliance defending freedom the banners at the very top. They extended it. The donor has said I'll continue to match donations because religious liberty matters so much in this perilous time alliance defending.

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"larry arnn" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

09:26 min | 3 years ago

"larry arnn" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Arnn, Good Friday morning to you. Thank you for joining me. Good to you too. All right. We are back because of current events. I have to go backwards in our constitution series to article one section three. In the United States Senate. And the reason I'm doing that is not surprisingly as the Republicans seem intent upon keeping an indeed expanding their Senate majority. We have seen online and on air arguments. At the Senate is non Representative and must be changed that it's wrong for North Dakota to have two, senators, etc. So I thought Larry Arnn is the founders key author one of his great books on the framers and what they intended. And we're going to talk about the Senate, and what it is supposed to do this morning in article one section three says the center of the United States shall be composed of two senators from each state chosen by the legislature up for six years and each Senator shall have one vote. Now, the choosing has been changed by the seventeen th amendment. Which now reads the Senate of the United States shall be comprised of two senators from each state elected by the people there for six years and each Senator shall have one boat that was ratified in nineteen thirteen. So our ridge. Document was updated in nineteen thirteen wrongly or rightly, but we kept back. Larry Arnn, we kept that two senators. Would you explain the theory and practice their up? Well, the the original is slightly different from the current. They both have the same central principle. The original was a compromise in the what the biggest compromise in the that made the constitution come together. And the compromise was shell there'd be chambers. Both representing just the population of the United States or shall there? Be two chambers. One of them representing the states, and that compromise was necessary to get the constitution through. And in my opinion. Also good, and I will tell you that James Madison and Alexander Hamilton who were the initial enemies of the compromise. They came around to that way of thinking to convention produced a consensus on most of the big things. And why well the thing is they were looking out already upon a continent. And they didn't know how big it was yet. They didn't find that out for almost twenty years. Actually. Yeah. Almost twenty years Lewis and Clark Louis, right? So somebody came back, you know, his big day when Lewis and Clark got back. They said it's a big country. What is this thing? And but they were keenly interested in the thing, right? So George Washington's army was called the continental army. And then the question is, and they also very much believed in this is in the Arctic arguments have the federalist papers more than the NFL. But it's in both sets of papers in various places. The argument is you're gonna have to have a big country, and you're gonna have to have a big country for a lot of reasons. But one of them, that's obvious and simple is national defense. And we don't want to build another Europe. Here. We don't want. You know, all that, you know, no, borders, neighbors wars constant intrigue. And so they were interested in extending the sphere of the United States, the deeper reasons are in federal it's nine and there about how you can get better divisions of power. And ultimately more excellence in government by having to watch beer, so they're they're it's going to be a big country. Now the question is how do you represent it? And just think the Senate is like a massive fact that happened in the same summer is right in constitution in the northwest ordinance. They devise a method for the country to grow, and the method is not that the new territory will ever be treated as a colony. It would not it would be treated as a territory. Soon to become a state, and then there's one thing that's always consensus in the in the founding era, and in the constitutional convention that is most things done by government. We'll be done locally as close to the people as possible. So now at the national level, you've got represent continent. And and, you know, huge diverse changes in territory and geography, and therefore the way people live, and so you wanna represents that too. And you want to represent the whole of it because the challenge is to unite a great empire liberty. So the Senate is for balancing for protection of local and it's for uniting the country section by section into a whole to stitch out of many disparate parts. One quilt of liberty now. Larry arnn. Our framers were often on horseback. Traveling great distances not just during the revolutionary war. But before and after and back and forth to the Annapolis convention to the Philadelphia can mentioned the state ratifying convention, and they were acquainted with the diversity of this great country. And this is not merely though it is partially a slave owning interests versus the ABA. Bullishness interest. It is not merely that they also recognize that there were mercantilist states, like New York and agrarian states like Georgia and small states like right, Rhode Island and vast states like Virginia, which at the time of this was literally unlimited. I believe because it got the land grant, all the way extending as far as it could go. So what part did that recognition of the of the deep diversity of America play in the cobbling together of the Senate? Yeah. Well, they they would not. Yeah. Diversity occurs in the headers papers. Good point. So. Yeah. And distribution people today. People have real attachments to the place where they were born and grew up even Michigan live there. Although unbelievable inches. They used to even Michigan. They're attached to. Yeah. Yeah. 'cause you know, first of all what choice. Have you got? You're gonna go to Ohio. So it's so it's it's yeah. You you know, you like the football team from your state, and you like the baseball team and all that right? And that's just a reflection of something larger. You know? Yes. Yes. He grew up in California. If you go up in urban, California, where I lived a long time, and you lived a long time, then you know, God help you. It's it's in some ways very similar to growing up in urban Boston. But in other ways, really different completely one hundred percent different because of the freeways in the beach because of the the music and the restaurants because of the fact that you have to drive these vast distances as opposed to Boston getting on the MTA the green line go down three stops. That's right. Yeah. So in LA, you know, nothing is more than seventy miles apart. Across the ocean. You know? And that's just and see just remember we we forget these days. Right. But we have these bodies, and they have to be somewhere. And it matters what their surroundings are like. And so the idea that you would eliminate that. Would be ultimately to eliminate consent of the governed. So I want to go back to you. You said that Hamilton and Madison were originally opposed to the Senate there is a broad the argument that the Senate reflects the slaveholding interest that is profoundly wrong. But it is everywhere. Yeah. That that the slave holding interest influence the debate. But it did not drive the debate. And and the way to understand that is. You know, there was an assumption, and it was very widespread. Slavery was gonna pass away. And then it had and it did pass away in more than half the union. And that doesn't mean there weren't exceptions to that. There were very few prominent upset exceptions to that. And for the South Carolina delegates for example, slaveholders Pinkney. You know, they they said things in their lives that indicated that they thought that this institution was incompatible with the declaration of independence, and it is so so they're not, you know, they're protecting their interest is not the same thing as protecting their slaves. Yes. One of the big holdouts was New York state, and what was interest, right? There was slavery in New York state soon abolished after the after the founding, but what they had is a big old port and a big old city and a big old state, and they were powerful and important, and they, you know, they're they're the way people made a living. I remember that very influential people the way people made a living in New York had very much to do with the fact that lots of goods going all over the country pass through.

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"larry arnn" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"larry arnn" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"San francisco giants now back to the giants postgame show with mardi larry arnn knb are six eighty joey barton that is a name i wanna tell you something joey bard is a first round pick with the giants made he was the second pick in the draft he's a catcher out of georgia tech we got to meet him this week and very very confident young man and you could just tell that he is accomplished a lot in his college career and just in life very well grounded young man and i started talking to and i said boy when this kid is like twenty six or twenty seven you can see that he will be one of the i think one of the stars of baseball if the skills are there and he's a catcher it was one of those kids that as he walked around the park he looks so comfortable and i've made a tradition of interviewing the number one picks a guy i think we go back to gary brown or someone in that area but for joe panic and different ones when they first came in and this guy seems to be the most together getting ready to start his career he's going go down arizona then up to sail them and see what he does there and then maybe they'll move him from there but joey bart had a few minutes with them so i wanted to bring them to you so joey bar joins us joey georgia tech catcher number two pick in the draft what a whirlwind for you got to be out here in san francisco and the bay looking forward to enjoying the game tonight.

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"larry arnn" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"larry arnn" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Stop it from happening by text message eighteen months later congress asked the justice department for all materials relating to the couple's conduct and the texts containing those three words were missing from those materials the thing was the texts to which it was a response was supplied to congress but not the smoking gun that had been disappeared until the justice department report revealed them let's face it it is highly unlikely that this extraordinarily incendiary tax simply vanished of its own accord someone almost surely vanished at so it could not become the subject of a thousand fox news broadcast i think we can presume that special someone was its author peter stroke this guy stroke may be the emblematic figure of the past few years of washington scandal he was intimately involved in the investigation into hillary clinton and in the russian mestigation that isn't telling the independent counsel robert muller found out about the texting with lisa page and fired them both off the probe only a month after muller started his work and he goes on to say he the ultimate he uses it yet he's term i love this do i call him a schmuck stroke is the ultimate schlomo zeal a yiddish term for a clumsy oh who trips over himself at every term stroke assured his mistress that he'd stop trump he didn't do it in two thousand sixteen and he may have contributed to not stopping trump in twenty twenty that's when the never trumper larry arnn yeah that's right so that's funny so john hart is a interesting and great guy wonderful he's he's funny his point is that's the kind of broad appeal he's making if you're never trump you should really dislike stroke it goes to the switch to singapore comes to this essential trump derangement syndrome in the media i think they're trying to build the wall around the cesspool yeah but that it's not gonna hold there's too much says in the pool you know the the congress here here's what here's a it's very hard to think through what are the resolution to a problem of wrongdoing legal fraud or wrongdoing and a major election how do you prosecute that and the congress you know when it's better it could do these things first of all it.

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"larry arnn" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420

WIMS AM 1420

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"larry arnn" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420

"The atlas larry arnn free talk like well here in mind larry earlier that will i call about but uh i have seen blinds last week before and strikes now she saw no i absolutely are the eastern away then when i was that look outside it up with my mouth ruins of flying saucer anna's atmosphere clouds and bill houston in mid air and the margins or whatever they were to come out and walk around on a verandah that was a round of the actual choir they bought it the duchess of bradley beal spare yeah yeah marching you at a ticket probed a good brawl but and then a couple days later me at all squadron albums slow i think they do this yeah but what idea call about is the patriotism you have to have patriotism because you have to have some all through through wars with that i mean we have a long memorial here and down that they have a walter with the colts have gone through the united states in a beautiful flag the most beautiful flag and when you see that you understand what the metaphysical uh meaning out those symbols oeur and they mean so much to me as well as the pledge allegiance and also the common schools we have to have them i mean even i uh of primate would know that because if you don't have a certain standard of education that is mandatory throughout of society on equal terms provided by an institution uh as uh well into the government and you're gonna lose the side you because you're not going to learn how to read and mandatory learning how to read that's the problem might now you have people that can that retake at father themselves and they are actually stuck it's like our weather so i have a common school that's i i agree with you completely because you know not have 'great americans like thomas jefferson and george washington and samuel adams without aren't public school system none other words that did mark no there wasn't known public school system had how do we come up with these great mind so larry what i'm sure of clear out in a alive well but do we we're we're is the civilized society wish you speak because twenty se the new twenty percent larry let me finish what i'm saying twenty percent of the people the graduate not the people to drop out the ones.

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"larry arnn" Discussed on Your Mom's House

Your Mom's House

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"larry arnn" Discussed on Your Mom's House

"Saleh saleh heaven on the move the one i've i saw he looks better here with his natural teeth january alone oh yeah his because the teeth match the age of the face that's throw his yes so his is like here's is normal his mount a great actor by the way gives larry arnn but come on at these new ones i mean those are nuts too close are crazy here's the thing today make you know mirwais make veneers now that will be like oh they'll be nice but they'll they'll have like normal color like i'm saying but like that's super wages glenn is that it's at a maniac a porcelain he just went like a straight what is a bathroom redone leftover two area i don't wanna make finalists guys fucking great i know gonna say i'm not trying to make fun of me saying that the teeth replacement didn't go well and it just things to way when's the last time you went to the dentist last month is a line right now good for you because i you know i never had braces i just locked out that they came in pretty straight but as you get older like at an old like your jaw keeps growing of some of this stuff started out sick this guys and they took it three d model of what my teeth we're going to look like an stuff he scared to shut out of me i was in effect mr ed cycle pigs bald redhead in evan fucking freddie mercury smile i can't have.

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"larry arnn" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"larry arnn" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"You're larry arnn spent your entire life working on churchill was evidenced by his book churchill trial we go back it's rated pg thirteen by the way and gary oldman been nominated for a golden globe with good reason here is the continuation my conversation with dr arnn and an a question egg noted myself dr larry arnn you've been work on churchill your whole life how were you when you went to work on churchill i will twenty two minutes or so we got thirty plus years at yuban working on church on any other purse that forty years if the if someone went and worked forty years on churchill and then sat down to write the synthesis that his churchill's trial would they find themselves repairing the same essay such as consistency in politics painting massive facts as you know you work eight thousand article vinegar ready you wrote at one point and yet you obviously view some is more important than others would anyone is spent forty years at work studying churchill come to those same essays with the same gravitas as you break attributed him well i i i think so there there actually isn't any why now accept martin gilbert who did it more than i did and for longer than i do have done and what he did with right you know several million words about everything in church will slice so who else is there and who spent this long at it and because of the weirdness of my life because i you know i have a job apart from being a teacher and a writer i haven't written a huge amount about churchill but i have thought about it for a long time and i do submit and argue that these are things that he explain most clearly the recurrent statements principles and actions of winston churchill and i regard those statements actions and principles as being broadly consistent over the course of his life in what is increasingly obvious to me in churchill trial is that you have to spend forty years in churchill to get to the ability to rates not at great length about him but sparingly.

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"larry arnn" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"larry arnn" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"You for listening to hear your child dr larry arnn is my guest president of hillsdale college we are talking about the movie the darkest hour about winston churchill now some specific question dr arnn i have been into the war rooms and i have not been inside of number ten but i do get a sense of the space and it's really kind of amazing how they use the space and how old men fills it and manages to project that this vast war raging across all the continents at all the seas is being driven by the decisions of a half dozen men in the war cabinet in one room it's it's so remarkably shot yeah and it i i i will tell you that if you you've been there many times i've been there many times if you go to the west wing at the white house and that's the west wing pot proper the part that is attached to the white house the offices they're not very big right the old executive office building next door is a big old building and there's a couple of others around rights executive branch is too big too but uh but the white house is confined little space and ten downing street and and these cabinet war rooms that are directly across the street from ten downing street and in the basement those are not big places and uh and that means that when you walk down the hall you have to turn sideways if somebody else coming this kind of like being out again in a ship or something you know and that and it's a it's a it's a clamp space and uh and all of it is like that and that so they were all operating cheekbyjowl close together and they were arguing and then the other thing that the film captures a lot of the sense of is that churchill became prime minister is chosen by the king on the ten th of may 19th forty and that's the day that adolf hitler began his attack westwards there had been no major fighting to the.

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"larry arnn" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"larry arnn" Discussed on WGTK

"Larry arnn near the save from southcentral the principe go union dr comments jobs great el dirty donna renzo welcome to the program don't make the credit allowed the we've got to country to fake guaranteed two some go triple eight nine seven one s a g eight triple eight nine seven one seven two four three larry over here outranking held a press conference today john by hand on the table acp says that there is a crisis in achievement gap between black students and others in san francisco they put out a crisis alert we're talking about that in a few minutes as well uh uh but first did you happen to have a relative who was an anti trump guy over the holidays and the same guy or gatt will be showing up over the christmas holidays as well and i'm sure you're saying oil ski what can i do to deal with somebody like that while diamond and so i have already provided eur sir how are ya now i know you are like you ready for the thank given holiday you had turkey and the out there you got a hand bake in you got the green the league dance on earth ready to sweet potato the.

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"larry arnn" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"larry arnn" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Of the week is devoted with dr larry arnn prison neil college us discuss the declaration of independence and the arguments in events that preceded it some of those arguments events were ongoing in england is well and there were great voices on behalf of of settled precedent of freedom for the colonist including edmond burke larry arnn so these these events and arguments you talk about had parallel developments on the other side of the atlantic that's right and you know that birthday later the enemy of the french revolution was a friend of the american revolution as was william pitt so a lot of the leading british sauce because you know e any right reading of the british constitution is that the king may not tax people except through their representatives and that's one way to put what all those struggles were about that paid britain something other than to never so absolute monarchy as they had in france for example but it was very powerful keen for a long time and now these colonise the claim is that the king may tax them as he pleases and regulate them as he pleases and that the british constitution would protect them and you know that was the basis of the empire all of the empire for time after that to and they just didn't you know the most americans by the way like even daniel delaney in his in his piece does not is article does not in his one of his pamphlets doesn't say the king they do whatever he pleases to us because we are just calling us nobody really agreed with that and the and the discussion was about whether the king's predations were serious enough to justify the resistance they got and answered intensified by the way the king got tougher because the you know then it became some of these taxes we're going to be used to pay for people to force them to to admit the colonist the americans to open to obey and you know in boston after you know the tea party.

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"larry arnn" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:22 min | 4 years ago

"larry arnn" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Dot com and we'll be back in article one in two weeks of the constitution but this week and next the president has been to the heritage foundation shen and we want to focus on what the president had to say because dr arnn has a long and productive relationship with the heritage foundation how long have you been on the board larry arnn you know i don't know i think it three hundred twenty four here it's been awhile unfair when they start carbondating your furniture but you what was its original purpose what does it do and why would donald trump go there to make a big deal address well it was a show ed fuller an old friend of mine in every hand he uh he started it would amount of people feel true luck came soon and he had worked in a in the house of representatives hurt melvin layered and on rumsfeld one other people and he thought that they were being outgunned by the academic world in which is all very liberal and they couldn't get any information to argue for what they believed it and so he started up they've really the first thing like it at booking older than heritage that heritage was founded to support creeping now but there they were all created at the beginning at premarket national security and a strong culture of freedom and morality and so they started this thing up in it you know president everybody everybody involved if got big and it all now because this was started in the mid seventy four by midyear and so it it's been around for a long time i told people in fact i was watching with the fetchy mrs hewitt anti him at the heritage foundation and the fact that the president gun there and i said you know they were they were well established when we got here thirty years ago ed fuller is like the the energizer bunny the guidance stop you are about the same age and i hope we can go as long as well as at does but the president picked heritage why did he do that well they he they reach a lot of people and they among a think tank in dc have been you know open to him currently the ham their job is not important people president but a you know.

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"larry arnn" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"larry arnn" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Tax is in albuquerque new mexico texas malarial show thank you so much for calling sir appreciate it i larry arnn are actually you're a recent we're here i have uh been familiar i saw you on fox news recent where niger i guess we picked up your radio station you're in albuquerque and my question is you know i'm i'm pretty fascinated with talk shows when i listen to you here in uh you know people are miami and cleveland her and i and now just wondering if there are any way there are just from what heard heard you will be able to debate them because they seem to have it a certain way as far as the nfl meal but what i'm very uh very good what you will would be able to go on there and debate be because i couldn't europe will them well i be had not to mention i gotta i gotta also out this before you let you go uh you're thirty two uh ray loop of being a good human one thing that struck truly worst lie it will journey not gut snakes to i love that will tech's thank you so much for that i appreciate you talking about personal pledge 32 which by the way we have up on the website larry elder dot com uh what i'd be willing to debate a lefty on the issue of the national anthem of course i would and i've gotten a phone call for example a to appear this morning on cnn to discuss this i'm assuming that are going to have the deal with a an opponent who felt differently but i couldn't do it because i do stewart varnier every tuesday morning so i had a conflict but of course i i'd be happy to i'm easy to fine invite me on i love to go on msnbc he hall and cnn and talk of some of these people we've had chris hayes who's got a show on cnn i hear ox give me on msnbc he hall here on my show and we're gonna have more for the whole hour and apparently this leslie did not feel comfortable with the interview was going because he got to me ask questions that were tougher than i guess he suspected and all of a sudden he took a powder i'll similarly we've been trying to get.

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"larry arnn" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

46:35 min | 4 years ago

"larry arnn" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Seventeen nights in these comments are the general nature and are not designed to address the specific needs of any individual listener investment advisory services are provided through capital asset advisory services llc an sec registered investment adviser this is hugh hewitt inviting you a free reception coming up in the ann arbor area hosted by hillsdale college the event features an important lecture on education and american greatness by my friend and president of hillsdale college doctor larry arnn register now at hillsdale poor ann arbor dot com crap supersede the imprimis hotel free monthly speech digest we've taken hill tales free online constitution court now you can meet in here a country what is citizens turn on the news and expect be misled because reporters who once served as freedoms furious watchdogs feel like distant characters in a fading memory today to the journalists are just actors playing to their bosses script why tell the truth when you.

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"larry arnn" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:41 min | 4 years ago

"larry arnn" Discussed on KOIL

"Has the story sing they've learned that sessions will soon announce several criminal leak investigations that he's really going to go after leaks and that they claim it's been in the works for some time but something happens within the next week and i was just saying that earlier present the president yesterday said he wanted them to be tougher on the leaks now all of a sudden we have this story surfacing so maybe that's the way session hangs on but anyway what do you think elsewhere in the is the whole narrative around the administration which is not a grave word but the whole story there has been that things are circus this week said they did get healthcare to the floor and what's going to happen with the president tells the journal he's going to work on taxes next to mean what's what's the inside scoop from people a you know at the either on capitol hill or at the white house is it is big of a message is being portrayed to be now in terms of the way thanks for being ron is our people are saying right i got larry arnn how how hair longer at growing foreign alba clermont that i'll be able to get a hail knowing where arable charlotte helped look like at the the dow really happened so everything crush at ohio air our priority of how donald times right now like right okay okay and coming up a powerful after it how 'bout that what's going on by the way with manafort today and on jr is a the none of that some public now right right now out part of their negotiations to tackle high wire behind closed doors durao oh oh what character at our manafort wipe it out by both out that he giving away part of their negotiations and how a warning car into a public appearance but added jacco oh boy what a mess i mean there's no other way thanks a lot elena you're you return effect again this morning with an and keep up the good work with axios but hopefully we'll talk to consume thanks right ankle and we'll try and we'll continue here tell you what we have coming up later on and maybe what we have planned for tomorrow as we always say presuming that we get that far here are the honest so the morning program we'll be right back.

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"larry arnn" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:21 min | 4 years ago

"larry arnn" Discussed on KTRH

"All right away i am going to wait till tomorrow to post it but i want to thank dr larry arnn and thomas tacoma and the wonderful hillsdale college uh they've written a magnificent review of my book read rediscovering americanism in the terni progress ms so we'll hold back on that told tomorrow to post on my social sites and i'll read it on monday but when you get this kind of a review has you'll see from one of the leading intellects certainly on the declaration of independence let's dr larry arnn prison at hillsdale college that means a lot to me uh i don't know that they do this often i don't think so but it was absolutely unsolicited by me so i am greatly greatly preached and even more so do you folks out there you understand me you understand were big family this is a big town hall meeting we don't agree all the time but we are patriotic proamerican conservative individuals who believe in liberty our declaration and our constitution who support our military and law enforcement and our numbers are shrinking so it's important that we communicate with each other it really is it's important that we reinforce each other because you'll go insane you watch this stuff illusion mind how many people were in this meeting how many people were in that meeting did the meeting happened over here did it happened yesterday just incredible therefore talking about spies we're talking about the exchange of information that is detrimental to the united states if we're talking about giving information to vladimir putin and so forth cake kellyanne i'm in yet instead what we hear from those who are on the attack is dissembling is the seat is propaganda the intend to collude is collude a bungled collusion is still collusion you know stuff like that very very clever really not so disgrace a disgrace to intent to collude you didn't collude but it's a disgrace you intended to collude no he intended to get dirt on the hillary clinton she could and if he got other information damaging to the united states he said he would have turned it over to the government wow patch treason ladies and gentlemen kennesaw with its immediate effects is fifty percent off for a limited time only that's right i said half price clearance order jennifer cell for bags.

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