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"mark stein" Discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane
"Hello, everybody. Welcome back to the NBA front office show. We're taking you around the NBA talking about some of the biggest news stories of the day. I guess we'll kick things off where else would we be, but Ben Simmons as the world turns. Keith. I'm ready for this trade just to go down. I'm ready for this to happen and us to know where Ben Simmons is because it sounds like if it doesn't, the 76ers are gonna be in a real tough situation. Yeah, the update from Mark Stein today of substack now Mark Stein updated that all signs point to Simmons is still not coming to camp when it opens next week..
How the Green New Deal Harms America With Author Marc Morano
"Talking to the author of green fraud. Y the green. New deal is even worse than you think. Mark moreno is the author bestselling author of the politically incorrect guide to climate. Change the forwards by mark stein mark. You've been around this World for a while most americans. You know they're trying to live their lives. They care about the environment. You know we all we all care about these things. What is it that that has made folks like just speed off of the cliff because some of the things that there's adjusting. Everyone knows it's crazy. So who's buying into this. How is it. That biden is buying into this well. Let's become a mantra of a progressive democratic party. You have to be all in on the climate agenda. It's there's no. There's no way any major democratic candidate for president and senator congressman could ever descend on. This is in the old days the thirty years ago. You had the pro-life democrats on this. There's no there's no big tent on climate or energy on the democratic party so they're all in lockstep in the most devastating thing about this during trump's Two thousand nine hundred ninety second third year second year of trump's presidency with his policies we achieve for the first time since nineteen fifty two and harriet. Sooner was president. American energy dominance more energy exports than imports more energy less energy consumption and production. We were producing more. We were the world's largest oil and gas producer. We were booming. No more need for endless wars in the middle east no more need for oil from venezuela the middle east noah noah to rely on russia. Don't have to rely on it now because degree new deal solar panel windmills and electric car batteries. We're going to be relying on chinese rare earth mining using slave labor in china and also Human rights violations of chinese own minds in africa. It's lose lose. Lose all the way across america which makes it a love. Love love for the progressive agenda because it harms
"mark stein" Discussed on KTOK
"Glenn Beck and mark Stein was in for Rush Limbaugh earlier today we also had Sean Hannity they've all done the presidential thing to death so I'm not going to spend a lot of time on that today if you want to chat about okay yep trump won the Oklahoma and so did Biden we can I'm not really surprised that Biden came from behind and I'll tell you why the states that have their primaries and the caucuses up until this point we're largely like Iowa there's not a lot going on in Iowa everybody puts the emphasis on the Iowa caucus because it's the first one but very few times has the person who is picked in Iowa gone on to win the big price the rest of the caucuses and for that matter the primaries have been on east in the east coast states and they're big Bernie fans I had no problem with that I imagine that but here you go down into the southern states which a lot of the super Tuesday states are and some of them are the western states you know Mexico Texas they're more conservative and they're gonna go with the more moderate candidate which is Biden they're scared of people like Bernie they're scared of of Warren so I'm not at all surprised that Joe Biden his come from behind not to hear the media talk about it he's already been elected president which is he's still got a long way to go and a lot to talk about with a guy who is not afraid to drag you down in the mud with him especially if you choose to take him on that's what it'll do and that's what's waiting for by just about all I got to see about by but I am interested in what you think about the liquor resolution that was passed and the eighth cent sales tax measure now that my friends was a big surprise to me I am Leigh Matthews and this is news radio one thousand Katie okay this half hour brought to you by hill and company a train comfort specialist it's hard to top the hill we're also gonna talk about what is next for the trump campaign because Marc Lotter who is the communications director for top twenty twenty is going to be joining us about an hour and ten minutes from now Michael Bauer will give us the update on super Tuesday because even though Bernie picked up California they officially were not finished counting all the votes that's how screwed up California's so that's coming up to and how corona viruses affecting our economy not just in the United States but in the world that's all lined up your phone number is eight four one thousand Leigh Matthews Katie okay dot com.
Prime Minister, Boris Johnson And Prime Minister Gordon Brown discussed on Hugh Hewitt
"Let me catch up on the British election understand that the special relationship matters to us a lot Great Britain has nuclear power. They have gone to war with us everywhere we've ever gone to war, South Korea. Vietnam. Afghanistan iraq. The Brits have been there, right with their nuclear power. They're rebuilding aircraft cares to jump jets. They're buying new thirty five. See, I believe they are important. We want them to leave the European Union. I do. I believe they could be. They could regain their past glory. As a trading company has it trading country opened a deal that everyone unburdened by the bureaucracy out of the European Union? And they put the question to the people three years ago. David Cameron won a majority government on the promise to have a referendum on whether or not to stay in the European Union and the people of Great Britain, voted, very healthy margin four or five percent four percent fifty to forty eight leave leave everyone in the country knew it was being talked about, like the vote for two thousand sixteen Hillary or Trump Trump won the constitutional majority. He didn't win the popular vote. I know that he won the constitutional majority of the way we've elected president since the framing of the constitution, and so Great Britain matters a lot to us. They've had great prime ministers, like Mattie Thatcher. They've had terrible. Prime Minister Gordon Brown. They've had good prime ministers. Tony blair. They've had week prime ministers. Theresa May have had funny prime ministers like the MAC. Mcmillan. They've had Wilson that all sorts of he was terrible. We need a good one right now. Theresa May has been terrible and feckless and they're not out of the peon union yet. So number of conservatives the way that it works over there as prime minister resigns as Theresa May has as the leader of her party. She remains the caretaker, prime minister and the party election, a leader who will in turn be elected that prime minister by the members of parliament. Well, how does a party with one hundred forty thousand card carrying members? I mean, these are the people really work the hustings these central committee people. These are the people who are delegates, you know, the equivalent to delegates at the Republican national convention, the democratic national convention. They are the party. How do those one hundred and forty thousand people pick a party leader interns, becomes the prime minister, will they vote? But there are a dozen. It's like the democratic primary, there it doesn't a fifteen different members of the Tory party who want to be prime minister, and they've all put out their hands. And they've said they wanted to be and they divide into two. Categories beginning, those who were leaving when Brexit was on the ballot and those who were for remaining when breakfast Brexit was on the ballot three years ago. Theresa May was a remainder. Never made a liquor sense to me that she should be the prime minister after David Cameron resigned and he resigned because he said, I was the remainder. I don't think I can leave a government that is committed to leaving and so pick a new prime minister and they did they pick threes. I mean, she she persuaded her colleagues that she ought to be it. She made Boris Johnson or foreign secretary Boris Johnson led the leave campaign with one principal deputy guiding Michael gov. Who doesn't look the part, but he's very smart also believed to be very slippery. So Boris Johnson police to be very Radic and a lot of fun. And former mayor of London, and a powerful personality says, I'm going to become the next prime minister, I'm going to stand, Michael g-o-v, who wants supported Boris Johnson for prime minister then stabbed him in the back fairly famous move and British parliament parliamentary politics and went over to Theresa May wants to be prime minister, one, other major lever wants to be prime minister Dominic Robb, so there are two lever three levers running Boris. G-o-v and Ron. Two of those three say come October thirty one we are leaving deal or no deal. Michael go says we can't leave without a deal. Michael go minute over the weekend based upon reports of a biography about the come out about him. He was something of a cocaine guy back in the day when he was a journalist. I don't know many journalists back in the day, who worked cocaine guys. But then again, I wasn't around London much. I'd have to ask Mark Stein about that. So Mike go by the way, we don't allow admitted cocaine users enter the United States. So it's gonna be tough to become the prime minister if you're we bought Brits before who, don't who had cocaine problems from coming in the United States. We don't want cocaine in the United States. And so he says he's reformed in a lot of time. We'll see how that plays out, but he's daddy that one's done. So from the leave side, there are Dominic Robb, and Boris Johnson. Over on the leave with a deal side, these are the remains who got religion. They stayed in the government. They didn't quit like David Cameron. They didn't fail like Theresa May. They say they can deliver deal to get us out. They want to lead the conservatives into the next election. They want to be the prime minister. There are a lot of the number one is a guy named Jeremy hunt. If you sent out the central casting, and you asked, please send us your very best central casting candidate for prime minister of Great Britain. They would send you back Jeremy hunt. I mean had in the pocket the whole prince of Wales handsome. He's smart. He's articulate president, like him and Boris Joe Boris. Johnson nickname is the rambling wreck from Georgia Tech goodness, the guy hasn't been to Barbara who's competent and a hundred years. And that's part of his charm. It's just kind of disheveled. Birdie Worcester character. And if you don't birdie Worcester is I can't tell you character from fiction. PG Wodehouse anyway. So Joe is going to what the way you get. The two is that all the members of parliament who are conservatives. And I think parliament's three hundred and thirty that got just under half. So what's that add up to one hundred? Seventy one hundred sixty different people hundred sixty members of parliament vote in a series of rounds. They call them crowns and the rounds are where. You've got to get at least fifteen percent of the hundred sixty which would be nine or ten for around one or you don't get to go around to, and then got ten people. They vote again, with one hundred sixty people and the one with the least votes drops off. And so you can give your buddy of I could be nominated for prime minister. So I would encourage if you're listening in Great Britain, I'd like to be on one of those ballots. Throw one my way, members of Parliament, I, I can't serve if nominated I cannot run if elected I cannot serve because I'm a proud American but, you know be fun at any of it. They get down to nine then, again, they get down to eight they get down to seven. They get down to six five four three two and then some people drop out, eventually, they get to, to get to a finalist and a semi-finalist to people, the person with the most votes parliament and the second most votes doesn't matter what order they in. That's the ballot that goes to the hundred and forty thousand. Electors. Hundred and forty thousand members of parliament. So if you get seventy thousand and one year the next prime minister Boris Johnson is heavily favored. I mean I should look up Ladbrokes. There's a. Betting house right in Ladbrokes online betting you can't use it till legal in the United States. But Ladbrokes always has a, a political thing broke prime minister. Let's see where the odds are this morning. I think for Johnson is the prohibitive favorite. But, but you never know until you actually find Ladbrokes in prime minister because they are constantly changing, and there's a big they call them big beasts. Big players. Michael Hesseltine, John Major people have been former prime minister and defence ministers and stuff like that. Right now. Boris Johnson is a five to four favorite. To become the next Tory leader. And that's prime minister Dominic Robb is a four to one favorite. Andrea lead sin is a ten to one favorite Andrea led. Some though, who's a lever remaining, excuse me. She's a remainder. Andrea, led some picks up no. No support this morning. Michael go visit tend to one. Jeremy hunt is at twelve to one and Peggy more. Dan, is it twenty to one saw Javi is at twenty two one. Those are really the only potentials when Jeremy hunt picked up, amber Rudd today, who was herself a sixty six to one player he'll go up. I think when they published the next odds, it'll be Johnson. Rob led some and hunt and it may be Johnson hunt, because the people don't really wanna leave. The people who are really remains at heart who think this is stupid, and I don't think it's stupid. I'm for them people vote. You got to do it people vote, they're all going to rally around someone. The idea is to the final round Dominic Robb just wants to get to the final round because he thinks. That the remains will prefer him to Boris and the contest is underway, and it's going to be wrapped up by July the contest is underway, and the vetting is the market is open, go back. And, you know if you're if it's legal, if you're in Great Britain, you can go bet. But I, I gotta tell you, I do not believe it makes sense to put a nother remainder in his and I'm very impressed with Jeremy hot. So is the president. I just don't think it makes a lick of sense to nominate someone for job when they were opposed to Brexit. I really really don't the timetable, by the way. For the election. I was looking at the guardian new rule one hundred sixty thousand conservative members and they will they will be casting their ballots, the week beginning July twenty second. So we are a good eight weeks away. And I'll bring you up dates on this. But you can get familiar with the names Boris Johnson Jeremy hunt. Dominic Robb Andrea led. Some, those are the ones you need to know. Michael go with the cocaine problem
"mark stein" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"To Mark Stein here on the Rush Limbaugh program. Hey Russia will be back tomorrow. But meantime, Father's Day looms it's moving. And when it's looming thinking what you'd get a give you that. And the one of the best things you could do for the father in your life is to get him a subscription to the Limbaugh letter. It's America's number one political newsletter. It's written by the man himself, rush. And it's got all kinds of good things in it is, he's got a great great stuff in. They always does big interviews with major people. And what I love, I mentioned this the the day, but I I love these mold stores. He picks out in the Covent issue is this little light item down the foot of page five or whatever it is dysfunction junction. About how Trump has wrecked the left's sex lives. Kosinski. 2016 the of hasn't moved for them at all. They come. They just can't get it on that, too depressed, over Trump's election to be able to have sexual congress with each other. Quoting Dr Susan Bloch who says Trump has created such feelings of fair, loathing, nausea. The people just don't want to have sex, because they just pulled at how creepy Trump is he takes what is often a pulse, male attribute of confidence and pushes it way over the line into a rape, like and rape, entitled kind of arrogance and Dr blow this is page five of them, let just anytime I every time I just depressed and things again to me. I just picked the limbo that up read this item. And think of all the lefties who've spent the last two it a half years, having lousy sex at Dr block says it's on a problem for Trump supporters. Because to them, he's the country's big means sexy daddy, who supporters want to be spanked by him. I know that actually if you go to those rust belt states, and you ask those old those blue collar guys who's mills and factories closed. They only voted for Trump because I want to be hanging up side down in abundance dungeon being spanked by him. That's, that's the that's the way the left thinks, and you get great insights to it. If you go and subscribe to the Limbaugh that it's a great Father's Day gift. Go to Rush Limbaugh dot com, click on the button for the Limbaugh letter and give you data trait because he'll be like me, every time he wants to allow he picks up these this, the limbo that finds one of these smaller, and he's all you get ahead from the man cave, which used to be a in dank gloom all day long. You're going to be having peals of left to do, do you dad a favor and get him a subscription to the Limbaugh letter. The thing is you read an item like that. Think that compulsively, be true cat it, and then you see. Juliana moggy lease. Is that how you say her name, she used to be in the ER, and of the kinds of television shows, and she was on with Stephen Colbert tonight? And she said that, that ever since Trump won the. Presidency. She has had nightmares. She can't read the news, watch the news if, oh, she goes to bed because she has these terrible nightmares. And she told Stephen Colbert about one nightmare where she walked into a bold room that was a long table. And at the other end of the table that was Trump and she just started screaming screaming and going crazy and screaming and so poor old Juliana Margulis can cannot handle from being president, by the way. She's, she's the one who walked off the good wife because character was I'm getting half. She was only getting half of whatever the male stars get no whatever. So she's the nice progressive liberals are actually the ones screwing over. But she's blaming, she's blaming it all on Trump. They reason then again this comes back to why that determined to investigate him. Why the determined to? Keep that going because they got nothing else because if you want to take you, you watch him NBC new watch CNN and just suppose moment. There's no investigations that she don't have Jerry, Nadler and Adam Schiff and all these people talking about how they gonna investigate Trump full being mad that they that he go to cues of collusion when he wasn't colluding in. So there's no collusion, so they're going to investigate him for complaining about being investigated for the goings host the imagine if they didn't have that on CNN an MSNBC, what would they have to talk about? What would they have to talk about, as I said they passed this equality Bill, this equality Bill, which means as happened in Connecticut. A few weeks ago. It means that all the track and field records on in the women's sports, being broken by boys running in the by biological boys running in the go sports, and without any discussion of this, they just passed the so-called equality act. Yesterday. That's all the, the Democrats haven't done anything, as, as may appear said, he's only interested in auto because if you happen to be a trans woman of color, who's an auto work. Otherwise, he's got no interest in. And that's why they have to keep talking they have to keep talking about investigating. And it's very because they have otherwise there's nothing else. Otherwise is just all the crazy stuff. And, you know, we have these things come along nothing matters, the New York Times managed to get hold of a bunch of Trump tax returns. I think it was not. And somebody very was accustomed palace. I saw on CNN. I think custom Powis said, she didn't think Trump supporters would care about this one way or another. And she was right. So the now they now saying that, that they've got an IRA. RS memos saying that they legally obligated to cope up Trump's tax returns. So what is going to go anywhere anyway? I think it was Madame cone. Well, who said that no man is a hero to his Valette. Well, no man is a hero to his accountant, but not when you have a Deti, stinking rotten corrupt Brazilian page tax code like the IRS. Oh, parades for which, by the way, there's no correct Tuncer. There's no correct Thomson to that. It's just that you can take your taxes to ten different accountants and they will give you a different figure as to what you open the gate to pay them. You could take it to ten different IRS agents and they will give you a different answer as two of the correct time so his, but what's interesting about that IRS memo. Well, someone some IRS lawyer has written a thing saying that the IRS has has no choice but to call up an individual's tax returns to congress is it was leaked to the New York Times. How does this happen? And why should we have government by leak? Why is that? I mean I, I don't do you know why people particularly with tax returns? If there's no confidentiality about tax returns, but it can only since Obama got tanks tons, all muddled up with healthcare, so you could reverse engineer guys tax return to find out what those embarrassing spokes on these backup caused by because thanks to Obama Obama made healthcare attacks issue and it's being leaked. What kind of country do you wanna live in where the basically we have twenty four hour surveillance? And we have a bureaucracy that is willing to leak to the New York Times for its for its political convenience Trump. And I, I go back to what we were talking about just before the break. I understand why people don't like Trump tweeting and yes, in a in a in a different world you might not want him to do it. But it is it is the fact that Trump was able just to sledge hammer, his way through the nonsense that enabled him to stand up to this stuff. Anna, the sudden point the in a way that Jeb wouldn't woodinville Marco Rubio, wouldn't toy doesn't matter. John casick Sean case, they they'll love him because he wants to reach across the aisle. If he'd actually won the nomination. He just be some racist, like mitt racists, misogynists went binders full of women puts his dog on the roof he'd be like mitt, if casick casick is now going on. Goes on CNN he Cho's is up to old the CNN Anka's. If he'd actually won the nomination, the same people. He's kissing up to would have destroyed him. And Trump's the only one who had away through all that. And, and I, I can understand why people wish he'd be dial. Dial back the tweeting a notch but I can also understand you won the presidency. You did something amazing remarkable you did it because you connected with people because there were people broken down people, the forgotten. Man that they used to talk about the forgotten man, the forgotten man in, in these in these towns, where that would downwardly mobile because all the employment had fled when lives of dignity when no longer possible where your daughter had to do the night shift at the quickie, crap because I was the only job in town. And you son wasn't even good enough for that. Because one of his school POWs, is what can as a small time heroin, Dalen got him hooked on the stuff, and, and the idea that the elites conventional with that. And they think no, no, no, no. None of that makes no sense. Putin did it. That makes sense if you'd have to listen to that for three years, and you didn't tweet your head would big spiting Mark signed for rush. More your calls straight ahead. You're listening to the e I b network digital.
"mark stein" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Back on Thursday. Mark Stein v back in the studio tomorrow, soon as he is cleared by immigration and customs officials, as you know, he is undocumented very trout. It. Not as proud of the people that rush the Charles to Gaulle airport in Paris, over four hundred four hundred people attack the airport, and demanded citizenship in Paris, France, seventy five years ago, they would call that invasion. I don't know what it's called now a leftist rally. I, I don't know. But people are coming apart at the seams. Millennials. According to a recent survey our worst as far as being prepared for middle age. Ever, they are financially. Worst in their preparation. Than any other living generation ahead of them. Seventy two million American millennials are now in their thirties, the oldest will turn thirty eight this year. So we were speaking about Justin Amash a little while ago. He's thirty nine so he's on the high end of the millennial. Demographic. And we were also talking about the millennial reaction that eighteen to thirty four at cetera. The millennial reaction to the billionaire giving four hundred grads at the Morehouse commencement paying for their student debt, which is amazing. It's a wonderful thing. And then someone made the comment will was an Oprah doing more of that. And this is why. I think this is all on the same plate. This sense of entitlement. This, why doesn't the government pay for it? Why doesn't some rich person, come along and hooked me up? I think that's all part of it. And this, this is another example, and then the other example of the Gallup poll, forty-three people excited about socialism up from thirty percent, blah, blah, blah. Because if you were raised in an environment where your leaders and your teachers were talking about the greatness of socialism, and the evils of capitalism. Then by the time you get into your thirties. You're going to have a different view. Then if you had a parent. As my father used to tell me, you see those two things hanging from your body. And of course, I never used to get it initially. And he said your arms. Yes. Use them. Don't expect someone else to do things use your arms and your brain. You have unlimited opportunities. I was never raised. And I'm sure you can relate to this conservatives were not raised. Hey, you see that fancy car? I bet you that guy stole it. There's a guy with eight garages and five houses. I wonder what I wonder what no good. He's up to. No. We were never raised that way. I was raised to go up and ask them. Hey, I see you're very successful. What exactly do you do? And how can I get in it? But we have generations now not just one. Because Elizabeth Warren, she she speaks to same trash as burning sandals. He never should've wore the White Sox with the sandals. But Bernie sandals, socialist, Elizabeth Warren. They all comment on the same thing. These darn rich people this darn country, making the rich richer, making the poor poorer. Socialist wackadoo. That's what we have to consider. I look at someone's age first and then their political affiliate affiliation or their background. We find out that earlier this week and over the weekend that both Muller and Komi. Were they had a romantic view of socialism, and communism? Now, besides both being liars, proven liars. How did people that romanticize communism end up running the FBI and the CIA? Because when you make it acceptable. Nobody even cares. And that's what the left is trying to do with socialism. So instead of explaining to somebody will, here's how you need to save. If you want health insurance, a car, a decent house in apartment a job in education. Instead, the left says this is horrible. You shouldn't have to pay for any of this, if you vote for me, I'm going to give you free stuff out the but you're going to get so much free stuff. Oh my gosh. And another thing I think it all should be free. The housing the car the WI fi. Remember the Obama phones. That's the difference. That's the difference. And when you raise people like that. When you're telling a sixth grader, you shouldn't have to take care of this, the government should take care of that for you. There's enough rich people why should you have to pay for it? Pretty soon. You're thirty nine years old. And you go on, I think socialism would really work. I mean we just went down to Venezuela on vacation, and it's beautiful there and France Paris's. Oh my gosh. It's great. If you've been there like in the last week. Let's go to Jerome in Detroit, Michigan. How are you, sir? You're on the Rush Limbaugh show. Thank you for taking my call. Headache. Call her talk about the congressman Assad who gave us support for impeachment of Trump. Yes. A marsh. Yes. Yes, he gave his support for only because he owns his family owns a manufacturing Michigan tool manufacturing that makes parts in China. And he's worried about the terror. Isn't that interesting? Yeah. Not as community and the gentleman who said he likes me both for him. I bet you didn't know that. Well, I and check out who they vote for, well, Jerome, I'm glad you called and called attention to that there. There are several articles out about that now. I wanna say one is on Breitbart, but don't quote me, but there's a couple reliable sources, and as recently as oh nine. Apparently congressman a mosh had interest shared interest or ownership in this operation. That had a strong relationship with China. It doesn't surprise me at all. And it doesn't surprise me. And the, the news media wants to get you to a point where when you hear something so outlandish they want to convince you that if you haven't heard it on CNN or MSNBC, or NBC, or CBS, and if Don lemon isn't choking up about it, it's not real. So earlier today on the show, we were talking about Joe Biden's, son hunter, Biden. He they turn in. He turns in a rental car in the rental car is a crack pipe other drug paraphernalia to hunter, Biden driver's licenses. His attorney general badge business cards. All in there. The keys are left in the gas, cap door flap. And nobody's talking about this now some people will say, Where'd you get that from some wacky white right wing website, where you get your stuff because the mainstream media doesn't report anymore. The news doesn't break stories anymore. They're fed stories. So the independent on the periphery. Talk radio, we have to break stories Hannity has to break story Cheryl Atkinson, James O'Keefe. And the list is there, there are good journalists down through the writing books. They're doing websites. Some have been banned from websites because they get too close to the truth. But the mainstream wants to make. A habit of you saying, oh, there's no way that's true. I mean I would have heard about that Joe Biden's son and a crack pipe in a car three years ago, what are you making this up? That's the reaction the left needs. That's why when you talk about Hillary's involvement in the Ukraine, or Joe Biden's involvement or Hillary's involvement in Russia and the dossier and the Clinton foundation's involvement and the amount of money that has changed. Hands internationally during the tenure of secretary of state, Hillary Clinton, people look at you like you're crazy. And the only reason they do that is, they have not heard it anywhere else because show, Scarborough's not going to talk about it. He's not going to talk about the fact that if you really want to drill deep into who's breaking the law in who's just being a big Meany. There's a lot more Democrats that are going to go to jail than Donald Trump. You cannot impeach guy because you don't like them. You cannot impeach guy because you fight dirty, and he fights dirty and wins. And this is the problem. The Democrats are having they've never had a GOP candidate fight back. This hard mitt was a wimp. And McCain was the wrong time for McCain, John McCain. It was it was a mismatch on the ticket. Although I I'm a huge fan of Sarah Palin. And now you have the regularity of Washington on the left and the right and every cage being rattled. And the media has failed for so long to break a story. They don't break news. Sometimes they make it but they just repeat they repeat, the mainstream, whatever it may be the polling, and you see it every time in a rare moment when a Trump fan ends up on CNN. It's that rare moment, they have their CNN has their normal panel. They need about nine people to keep the conversation going so they have nine people on the CNN panel. And then one person says, well, I don't know. You gotta give Trump credit. He really did a good job on this, and then the other eight people look at them like. Are you crazy? Do you realize what you just did? You can't you can't say anything good about Trump. And unfortunately news consumers. If you don't change your sources you get used to it. And, and that's what you expect. And then when you hear anything like, what we just heard about Justin Amash, that should be headline news. That should be the headline, does Republican wanting Trump impeached have business interests in China. That's the headline did Joe Biden cover for son's arrest during twenty sixteen. That's a headline not what Donald Trump pay taxes in nineteen Ninety-three, who cares. It's none of your business. He was a private citizen and he didn't break the law. It's none of my business either. We are leading the Democrats go too far because of anger. The Democrats have violated the sanctity of client privilege with turns, as you know, if you're following the story in California, they're trying to violate the sanctity sanctity of the confessional. They wanna have exceptions for what can be shared by a priest. They wanna make exceptions for that. Think about what the democrat party used to be what it is. Now. In their blind. Hate for Trump. They're willing to violate the relationship between an attorney. And a client, the relationship between your religious leader, your pastor, your rabbi, your priest and you. All to get their agenda back on track. It's it's a crazy time. This is the Rush Limbaugh show. My name is Ken Matthews. We've got more calls coming up. Thanks for sticking around.
"mark stein" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"No. They got rid of Mark Stein's. Chuck woolery. Chuck woolery. Hosted love connection. Yeah. Love connection. Now is they're all the same to me. Those kind of our all second, you know, honesty. All right coming up next. Berga, tori. Yes does backer. He stick his head in here. I think my Trudell here. Trudell? There's going to be one of Georgia's helpers today going to be in the posse had to say that. I just not around the Brown. Yeah. Yeah. Ago. Mason Ireland ESPN LA. Hey, it's purgatory time. Mitrou douse here. No sign of Sodano. Hey, hey, Mike, somebody we one of the one of the things we were kicking around earlier was this. Russell westbrook. Paul George Donald Jared Dudley. Yes. Woods. It's Russell Westbrook, Paul George. Knicks question thing. I I'm torn on this one and. George. I mean, we've all been even Mason, you know, back in the day would go in these post game press conferences, it's an entertainment league. Okay. They need to do the dance a little bit. But they are showing up. They are living up to their obligation to show up for media. He's got a personal grudge against that one. Do banal Paul George is doing it. How would you George you? I how would you handle it? If you were Adam silver, would you would you get involved with Westbrook and Paul George and what they're doing? Yeah. Because I think it's a slippery slope. I think it just takes one person to do that. I grew forty see kind of permeate a little bit though, Paul George at first talented Z is clearly has shown that he's more of a follower and less of a leader in these situations. Just kind of you look at the totality of his career. So I can see him taking on the personality of way now which thinks because he's really really good guy. And now, Mike here's the hard part. What do you do if you're Adam silver? I said to Mason earlier, you find him the first time, you tell them it doubles the second time, they do it. If they do it a third time you send them for a game. Is that too harsh? I mean, this is. Is a simple human decorum issue, absolutely trickle. If you go on a first date with somebody, and you don't like them, you don't just get up and leave. Could say to Mason, I know some people who would just. That's why God invented coffee dates. I just think especially when you're in this type of a role where people on the outside or judging the league based in part on these types of things, right? What are guys like? And that's what all of these fans. Wanna know? What did it George get this when you're traveling all these markets? What are these guys like when they see someone just being a jerk? And I don't care whatever the reason is just raise above that. And answer the question. So you know, that one beat runner writer, very he's columnist, right? Yeah. I have been there when he's been scrim seems professional ears professional to me. Well, yes, this is the same John. I remember when I talk about this one a lot when kind of the Spurs originally started to rest players and just not care what the rest of the league thought about it. We always went against that. Because it's you're not just the Spurs. You're part of the NBA, and it's an entertainment entertainment product. You can't you don't just do. What's best for you? And I'd say the same thing about the thunder. Remember, I guess it was grantland at the time. I think it was before the ring or maybe it was the ringer. They did the big piece on Oklahoma City. And oh, yeah. And basically how they were there insulated. They're insulated. They're shielding the only professional sports franchise in the state, Mike, you know, this. They all stand until they score a basket. It's almost like going to college game. And it's a great atmosphere for the players. But I think part of this all of this off court stuff. I have the same type of concerns about Westbrook's game on the show. Here's I could give you a different perspective. I know that dealing with them on a daily basis can be challenging, but Matt tumble. Son who runs their gray are is great when you're just the person flying in and..
"mark stein" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"No, ladies and gentlemen, for Rush Limbaugh. We return to Mark Stein. Hey, great to be heading worry. Russia's just at a super secret meeting the having to lay off I think it's seventeen or eighteen of the guest and all of us reading wool hoping we can avoid being among that number. He says he said yesterday he's had a super secret meeting, but he will be back on Monday for full week of the real deal fintech. All American American is apple pie IX on some Cussing. In the meantime, it's. American example pie mode. It's got a little bit of assimilation in that. But with a sudden foreign freesyle, Mark Stein on a to to be with you ahead, a couple of emails and less. I mentioned Cruz heaven. And yes, I am. But tickets almost all gone now, if you if you want to join us in was sailing from Vancouver to Alaska in September, and so much all gone you. There are still a few cabins left, and you can get them. If you go to mock Stein cruise, Mark Stein, S T, E Y N cruise dot com. And having a great time Michelle Beckman my favorite presidential candidate of the twenty twelve season. I still dream of a Backman presidency. And she such great company to Michelle Backman will be joining.
"mark stein" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"And gentlemen, Mark Stein. Yes, America's anchorman is away. Stop me. Stop me. If you've had this before, but robot Bah has to choose whether he wants to be the attorney general of the United States or Trump's personal lawyer. I must have had that. Fifty seven times yesterday and the cost of the day. It's the Democrats the they've all got a fax machine, and they get the facts with the single talking point of the day on it fax to them at eight o'clock in the morning, and then they just say that. So it's I I love the divest today. They of the democrat presidential failed because you've got your fake Hispanic candidate. You got you fake Cherokee candidate? You. Got your mayo candidate, you female, your back candidate, you white candidate, you genuine Hispanic candidate you gay candidate you go to all of them. But they all say you got tremendous diversity of identity divest knee of race divested of sex diversity of orientation, but they all say the same if you had this before, but you know, I don't know about you. But robot has to choose whether he wants to be the attorney general of the United States or Trump's personal law this why? But. William William Bach of comic. Con. Even remember the guy's name. Remember all the other things about that lame token boy, William buzz to choose whether he wants to be the attorney general of the United States or Trump's personal lawyer bunny was the only one who didn't use the line. That's why he as in the lead and all these divest people that are fifth of his age, and they have boring as hell already all they go this one lane talking point as rush mentioned he is away at a super secret meeting. That's how he put it. I didn't want the main things about I think it's the one where they decide which the guest hosts, it's time to cut loose. But he's at that super-secret meeting today and advised whether he was just easing the transition into the guest host. He advised. The great listening audience of America across the fruited played to keep a stiff upper lip once when I was audible bikes drove off the road. What's rush doing say using phrases like keep a stiff up? Anyway, do keep us up. He is at his super-secret meeting deciding which guests hosts they gonna vote off the island. But in the meantime, we, hey, it is Good Friday and the United States and around the world only week began with the incineration of the great cathedral Notre dam. And it was apparently an accident, but we get to the end of the ho- holy week and life goes on a statue of the Virgin Mary was decapitated last night in the village of mall in France. Which is just just south of leeann think and the that goes on every single day at two or three French churches today, this kind of desecration the the fires as vandalism destruction of the Ulta the smashing of statuary, the decapitation of the Virgin, Mary in this case, this goes on all the time to three churches every day. Targeted in France. And it doesn't actually make the papers. Hardly anyone notice to sit sit. Hardly. The pope doesn't comment on it. The cardinals comment on it. But it is a fact of life for European Christians in this holy week of Twenty-nine. The mullahs report as come, and I don't know what the thing let's get it. I, you know, I guess we're going to have to talk about it. The second half is complete rubbish. This is the obstruction adjusted thing in which Robert Mollah, basically change the standard. He said he didn't have enough evidence to exonerate the president who says that's not actually the sand at the sand is whether you've got enough evidence to bring a charge and convicted on that charge. And if you haven't you should just shut up about it. Instead of just throw everything in there in this two hundred. Page report. There was no collusion of the important. Part of the report is the first the first two hundred pages. There was no collusion. So there's no there's no Justice to obstruct in that sense. So only only in a corrupt and disease Justice system, such as the one that is operated federally in this country. Would you even have a discussion out obstructing Justice in a matter for which there is no underlying crime Trump acted perfectly? Normally he he he felt he was innocent. And he loudly protested his innocence, and he was sick today of having some when you know, you're innocent having a money. No object investigation investigating everyone around you for two years, and he's right to be annoyed about that. Because frankly, Americans put up with too much of that where you just. Have these lethargic prosecutions that go on the six months tons into ten months tons into two years tons, and I'm I've been in some cockamamie case in the district of Columbia, and it's about two into its eighth year two judges the first judge retired in what was that twenty fourteen something like that they're about twenty fourteen the second judge just retired? So we got the fed judge now and unless they stud judge, but to name Johnson judge Johnson and Anderson judge Anderson and unless she's twelve years old. She is going to be retiring before this thing is because everything takes ram it didn't use to back when jogo put a bullet in president McKinley. He they find him six weeks later. That's when say we like about that. But he wasn't sitting there a year two years two and a half years in. This is Trump in twenty. Seventeen he comes into office. And this thing as he says, this is the end of my presidency. This is what Malla quite sim sang in the second half of this rubbish report of has mala quotes him saying this is the end of my presidency. I'm f as in F asterisk asterisk asterisk e d and what he means by that. Innocent incense is true or half the energy of an incoming administration is suddenly diverted into this investigation into nothing. An investigation in such of a crime, and he puts up with it for two years except every so often he goes and tweets and says, this is an outrageous a disgrace. This is a travesty of fiasco farrago, and he's absolutely right today that and more Americans actually should do that when they're in his sich. 'cause that's what an innocent, man. Does he says this is disgraceful? I didn't do this. I'm being investigated year in year out. I'll tell you something else, which again is the standard operating procedure of federal Justice. And this is how it is when they're trying to get the, you know, Enron say, it's COPA white collar crime. You're trying to nail the chief executive of the company. So what do you do? You stop six or seven guys down the chain. And you try to roll up the chief operating officer and the chief financial officer and the senior vice president of this and the senior vice president of that. And that's how they do it when they apply to the presidency too. So suddenly, the guy he's president of the United States, and he has to sell wondering who are these guys all around in which one can you trust which one of a leaning on to try and to try and roll to culpably, Dale and everything absolutely disgraceful. All Trump did was well a normal human being who's innocent. Does is he protests his innocence loudly? And actually, I find that interesting when you get involved in various legal matters, you up against someone who claims you've done something bad, Tim, but he's not behaving like an innocent. Passage and the one thing that's consistent. This is the Trump trumpeted his innocence loudly, and forcefully and the idea that you can turn that into a charge of obstruction of Justice in a matter for which there's no on the lying. Crime is disgraceful. If if the Democrats are stupid enough to put Jerry Nadler on TV twenty times a day to bring obstruction impeachment on the grounds of obstruction of Justice against Trump. Go ahead punk make my day that isn't gonna go anywhere for these Democrats. Anyway. We will get to. I don't know. What do you what page in the multiple page two hundred and forty seven page fan in fifty two. We'll we'll talk about that. We'll get to all of it. But it is not just a nother day on the Rush Limbaugh show. It is the end of the week. And you know, what that may?.
"mark stein" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Turn to Mark Stein here on the Rush Limbaugh program. Yes, indeed. It's Good Friday. And if you'll in the Detroit area, you'll know this because if you're a Detroit area, Roman Catholic, you of one more dining option during lent. The most of the Catholics a long standing permission allows Catholics in the Stasi's of Detroit to eat muskrat on days of abstinence, including Fridays in lent. So if you're tucking into can you can you eat to muskrat on Good Friday. But if you took a talking India to the chocolate, actually because I have to you've had a few chocolate eggs. He just failed it second. But what to prepare muskrat? I like my muskrat flam bait on the whole. That's how. Profeta have I had a it. But anyway, we may flown by muskrat. Out and get me a couple of muskrats, and we'll fly the bid the fed out of the show, and we might come into to accompany the muskrat Dinna. This is by the way, if you will in Detroit, and you wanna know out to have a really great weekend. Really, great, romantic dinner, just especial lady friend today to prepare the muskrat and put the captain into nails singing muskrat love on the old Don set, and if that isn't a Nazi song it ought to be. I'm sure it would've terrified most of Europe into submission muskrat. Love by the captain Teneo old you Detroit area Catholics enjoying your muskrat. This this Good Friday. Hey Russia's away. He's going to be back Monday..
"mark stein" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"You can go to Mark Stein foods dot com. S T E Y N, Mark Stein. S T E Y N cruise stops com. And we look forward to your company. But if you are if you're if you're one of these guy we're gonna keep an eye on booking. So if we get any guys who look like they wanna guest host for the guests, those we're not gonna have that. Meanwhile, it is the end of the week, and you know of that me. From ice station. Open line Friday. Yes. For Monday to you. Say what so ever in the content of this show? You just to sit there and take it as the host determines narrows. Restricts constrain the range of subjects which this show will address it is like the tightest of Victorian forces. We tighten those stays until your flesh is bulging out the top him until you're beginning to feel chest pains until your face is turning purple. We constrain like a Victorian calls it the range of topics. We talk about but on Friday it all goes to pieces. It's like a it's like the content version of dress down Friday where all uptight and buttoned up wearing a suit and tie Monday to Thursday. And then we just suddenly decide to let it all hang out on Friday, whatever you wanna talk about one eight hundred two eight two.
"mark stein" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Now filling in for Rush Limbaugh, ladies and gentlemen, Mark Stein. Yes, America's anchorman is away. And this is your e. I the anchor baby honored to be here. Juno. Worry rush is gonna return on Tuesday. Will the shoes day and on Monday. The rate Ken Matthews is going to be here from Pennsylvania. You know, I was touring around Pennsylvania and western New York with Dennis Miller about a week ago. Couple of weeks ago. And so we were doing some promotion on rush affiliates out in that neck of the woods. And one of the guys we talked to at I wouldn't I would say which said it was he said he he he was very anxious today what he could do to get to guest host for rush. Should he said he'd been down? In whatever tens. The world and in Pennsylvania is that he did it to the station. He'd been there. Well, Ken was doing the show, and he was just sort of hanging around. He put it today. And it reminded me of what sweat. I was guest hosting for rush for a station in southern New Hampshire. Russia. Philly the morning, then there, and I mentioned any names he hung around for the whole show actually in the room missile standing behind me lurking hovering hovering for the whole three hours. Just in case, I had a massive heart attack, and he could get his big break and take over from the deceased guest host lying on the floor. And always so I found it kens guest host fig the less time that I have. So I'm impressed that he's already a quiet the guys who hang around waiting for the massive heart attack. So they could do the guest hosting said it's bad enough. You know, it's not the they. So the greatest thing. The well to be a guest host. But to be the guy who's waiting for the guest host to drop dead. So you could guest host for the guest host that is that is a different. Yeah. I know you there was this guy. Bike reminds me actually the first time, I guess that this particular say should doubted southern New Hampshire for rush. They didn't have a fax machine. At that time. We used to get the stack of stuff delivered by fax. They didn't have a fax machine. So e I be very kindly bought the rush affiliate a fax machine at this guy who's waiting for me to drop dead of a heart attack. So he could take over at host the Ted round. He stabbing Overby with fax machine that adjusts arrived, and I thought, oh, it's like one of those psycho Bogaerts, I'd rather be. I'd rather be stabbed by Anthony Perkins in the shower, then bludgeoned to death with a fax machine. But in fact, he was he said, oh this just as he's holding the fax machine over by head. Anyway, there's a little it's a dangerous life. Big a guest host. I mentioned I was in Pennsylvania. With Dennis Miller addenda says kindly agreed to join me on the upcoming Mark Stein. Cruise along with Michelle Backman, a my favorite former presidential candidate. Michele Bachmann knows all the saving teeth rock songs before she became a presidential candidate. And a congresswoman she was in fact, in Bachman Turner, overdrive has the name. And so she's great company on a cruise ship because she's leading to sing alongs in the bar late at night if you'd like to join us, you can go to Mark Stein. Cruise dot com. S T E Y N, Mark Stein. S T E Y N cruise dot com. And we look forward to your company. But if you are if you're if you're one of these guy way, we aren't going we're gonna keep an eye on bookings. So if we get any guys who look like they wanna guest host for the guest host. We're not gonna have that. Meanwhile, it is the end all the week, and you know, about me..
"mark stein" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"We now return to Mark Stein here on the Rush Limbaugh program. Yes, America's anchorman is away. He will be returning on Tuesday, though. So a never fair. In the meantime, one one good way to ameliorate the effects of Russia's absence is to go to Rush Limbaugh dot com and become a subscriber to the Limbaugh letter. The March issue is out now if you've ever seen the Limbaugh letter every month, rush interviews, a great prominent thinker on the big issues. Sometimes you can't get a great prominent think on the big issues. So he's reduced into interviewing name what she's done a couple of times. But this month is one of the month where he scores a great interview with Victor Davis Hanson, who's got the new book out the case for Trump. And if you go and subscribe to the Limbaugh that right now at rushlimbaugh dot com, you can get it delivered in print digital digital print. Whatever way you want to take it. You can get right now. If you subscribe right now thirteen. Eighteen issues for the price of twelve plus Russia's bonus report Russia's free bonus report, why becoming an American citizen should not be easy. I Don I don't know about that. Some. Sounds a bit. Like, he's getting at Sutton guest host for that. Anyway, why becoming an American citizen should not be easy. You can get back. That's Russia's special report. Plus an extra bonus issue of the Limbaugh letter. If you go to Rush Limbaugh dot com and become a rush twenty four seven subscriber. You know, we were talking earlier about Ilan, Omar. And I had to laugh at this tweet the lady called cherry Luca sent me and says Mark does Elon Oma have dual citizenship. And if she does she give it up to be congress, whereas have allegiance. I laugh because it is a serious question citizenship is about allegiance, which is why I don't actually I don't believe in dual citizenship. And indeed almost stole the trouble in the world is caused by people with the with multiple possible in that jackets, but I have to you know, I have to cut Ileto Bobbitt a slack of this. Because I would be very surprised if she actually had a Somali passport in her pocket. I mean, I'm not sure she was bordered Scibelli. But I'm not actually sure that what this tweet to Somali citizenship is actually a thing. I do remember some years ago turning a block somewhere in Washington. I think it was an walking past what purported to be the Molly embassy, but to the best of my knowledge, I didn't think for example, that is and current ambassador from Somalia to the United States. So I don't know way you'd go. I'd say they certainly isn't a Somali conscientious in in Minneapolis as far as I'm I don't actually know where you'd go to get your. Possible renewed the whole and again it gets to by the way why we should be interested in her views of whether or not the Israeli state should exist. Her home state, barely exists Somalia used to be British Somaliland and Italian Somaliland, and they they came together to share the burdens of nationhood in the nineteen sixties and have done a comprehensively disastrous Joba Matt to the point where all government, basically collapsed entirely, and I'm a believe in small government. But it's Malia it got really small, and they've only had any kind of government that I think for about the last five or six years Alanna. That's not why Elon Oma is important to the to the democrat party. The Democrats essentially we now have Somali communities in in the United States. We have them in Minneapolis Minnesota. We have them in lewiston. Alban main. They are how should I put this? The. Unusually vibrant, even by the vibrant standards of diversity, for example from last weekend in Minneapolis in the Star Tribune, East African Community reeling from weekend violence demand solutions several Somali gangs locked in a bitter dispute just to be clear on this. When the Star Tribune says East African Community reeling from weekend violence now actually being a bit unfair to Kenyans and Ugandans, for example, who who find Somalis a bit strong meat even for that tastes. So I think East African Community is a bit of a strong way of putting it I'll tell you, for example, if you watch the Oscars you'll know that Freddie Mercury. The big, Freddie. Mercury bio-pic bio, but he Mian rhapsody won a big bunch of Oscars cleaned up at the Oscars of Freddie, mercury's dad was the cashier at the Zanzibar high court Santa Barbara is just off the cuff is part of Tanzania. It's just off the coast of Africa that's east Africa, East Africa gave us, Freddie. Mccurry? What's why blame all of east Africa Minneapolis Star Tribune for Somali problem? Anyway, it says the after the latest spasm of governor of gang violence. Minneapolis is Somali residents and business owners stepped up their calls for help from city hall to help the senseless shootings that they say too often, go overlooked on Friday alone five man of Somali descent was shot in separate attacks one fatally. So we're not saying these guys were born in Somalia, but they of Somali descent, and they have bought the fry bought the fractious tribal politics of Somalia to then enabled police and community. Members pinned the blame for the bloodshed on an ongoing feud between cedar riverside neighborhood gangs, like sixteen twenty seven and muddy ban with attitude and their rivals. The Somali outlaws whose territory includes the area around Kamo. This is Minnesota in the a twenty nine. Do you? Remember having garrison Keeler before he got me to and he was on National Public Radio for fifty years. It's been another slow week in Lakewood begun, do you? Remember all the decades that Gallison Kahlo is telling us about life in Minnesota that he mentioned the Somali outlaws whose territory includes the Cobb elbow. We're getting aid to shoot up s- with manti bond with attitude who's tough includes the cedar riverside neighborhood. So so Somali Somalis generally speaking have made a contribution to the vibrancy of diversity in Minneapolis, which may be a wee bit too, vibrant for some people's taste and for that. And for example, they they've had various affirmative action programs. There was this policeman who shot in an Australian lady in Minneapolis. This is a tragic story and virtually unreported here firstly unreported here is we have a rotten press head, but it was big news in Australia. She called nine one one and they sent a police car around Minneapolis police officer with his partner sitting in the passenger seat a Somali officer. The the the lady her the police car riding. She went downstairs in hydrazine gown knocked on the window the car the guy the Somali culture in the passenger seat shot across his partner fired at the woman and killed her. And that case is still ongoing. That was basically, let's let's I'd cop stand all the euphemisms. We talk about these things. But that was basically an affirmative action appointment to the Minneapolis police department that didn't get enough coverage here so Minnesota Somali communities need a hero and Ilan Oma this plucky woman in her head jab. The first hit jabbed MS Lima elected to the US house of representatives is their designated hero. And they're not going to permit to be tainted. They're not gonna let her get a they're not gonna let Molly gang violence and all these other bad news stories attach itself to Elena, the Democrats have invested in as the new front. Of identity politics, and they are not gonna let ago Mark sign from Russia. We'll take your calls straight ahead. You're listening to the network. News.
"mark stein" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Mark Stein in ferocious. Let's go to STAN in northern Kentucky. Stan you'll live on open line Friday. Great to have you with us. Hey, mark. I was just wondering if since you're from Canada, if you could maybe philistine a lot about what's going on with the. Canadian scandal with wonder prime minister Justin Trudeau, I know that use involved now. I think as attorney general resolving and then here to. Go before parliament and testify and apparently pretty deep, and I was wondering if you have a lot more details. Wow. You got to you got a pretty good grip on the story that stat. Because I so the the Fox News guys talk about this with Brett bad the other night. And they were basically say, oh, call this a scandal. This isn't a scam. These this way for American son, San what's happened to Justin Trudeau is that Justin Trudeau has actually done has actually done what the Democrats are being accusing Trump of for the past two years Justin Trudeau has committed obstruction of Justice as you said it saw his attorney general it's majesty the queen's attorney general for Canada. And the reason I make that distinction is because she's the chief Laura officer in Canada. And so she's not meant to be responsive to public pressure. Now, as I said, the Democrats have been accusing Trump of obstruction of Justice. That's the big thing. Now, they want to get him on obstruction of Justice Justin Trudeau has. To Justice his buddies in this big international construction, fam- SNC Lavallaz who do building projects all over the world and a few years ago in Libya, they bribed the Libyan government, which is back when it was still Gadhafi, and they are being tried that facing criminal prosecution by the crown in the Canadian courtroom a for bribing the Libyan government for bribery, and and Justin Trudeau because these bodies of his part of his soda crony capitalists back in Montreal. One leaned on the attorney general basically to drop the crowns prosecution of a criminal case. So as I said, it's not difficult for Americans to understand you listened to everything CNN and MSNBC and the Democrats have been accusing Trump off for the last two years Justin Trudeau just did it. He he basically engaged in obstruction of Justice. And he told his attorney general to use your Tom STAN, he told the attorney general that if she didn't do his. If she didn't do his bidding to suit his political needs by interfering in the Crown Prosecution of a criminal case that would be big trouble. And when she stood firm he fired he removed her and put in somebody who would do his political bidding. So this is like way more corrupt than anything. Trump has been accused of you don't need a Mullah investigation. It's staring at you in the face. He he just did it. I'll make another point to he's now saying, oh, well, you know, that's because we were concerned with Joe ABS because SNC Lavenham which is big global conglomerate had said, I if you if you come off this wagon to pull out a Montreal, and we're going to move headquarters to London England, and he said that would cost nine thousand jobs in Quebec. And I care about jobs. I care about these nine thousand jobs, so it's not just Trump like in the obstruction of. Justice charges Trump like as well in that it involves a construction company. Why does Trump care about American jobs because Trump's in the construction business, and the one thing you can't outsource everything else in the country can be made in China, and then shipped cheap to America except for buildings and roads and bridges and that kind of thing and so when he says nine thousand jobs depended on this construction company not getting criminally prosecuted. You can't you can move your headquarters across the ocean to London England, but you can't build the new roof or the new interstate highway. You can't build a new bridge of the new insight highway on the roof of your headquarters in London, and then ship it over to North America to be to be laid in place. It doesn't work like that construction is basically the one the one thing left in this world where the jobs the construction is taking place Yukon Yukon, brittle the bridge in China and shipped over here, you come build the bridge in Yemen and ship it over here. So so even Trudeau's defensive it was was completely preposterous construction jobs as one of the reasons why Trump wants to bring back American community is is he is because he works in one of the few areas left in the modern world until this three D printing until this three D printing gets a lot better, and you can just like print out a new Brooklyn Bridge with a three D printer construction is the one thing where the jobs aware the product is intended to be sold as it was if you're building a hotel in Manhattan, the construction. Jobs in Manhattan. So even even Trudeau's way of trying to get himself off the hook of this is ridiculous. And it's a fantastic. It's a fascinating thing to me one one of the things that people want to like that politicians. That's why they like Alexandria Casio Cortes, STAN because she's appealing in a way that Chuck Schumer isn't. But sometimes the pretty boys can be just as corrupt as the most ostensibly, repulsive and reptilian figures, you can imagine did that explain it to you San how do how to do a man against a lotta inside. I just had a question. I know they have the parliamentarian system. So and boil stats a vote of confidence in on his stats got to the point with will be elections. And if so the conservative party as opposed poacher does liberal party viable candidate. Well, the the leader of Her Majesty's loyal opposition in candidates, not the stiffest spine conservative you've ever seen. But in this case what he's done. I think is basically so damaged him because because you want the pretty boy has to be nice. He has to be clean. You don't wanna find out the Peter Pan has a sexually transmitted disease. You if you if you're going to run as Peter Pan, you have got to be Peter Pan and.
"mark stein" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Ladies and gentlemen, for Rush Limbaugh. We return to Mark Stein. Ever since I said, I was more of it. Easy listening guy. Mike is made the flag river rock. Today show. Rush is. Abadi? We'll be back with you just to finish up. What I was saying before the break, I was talking about this case where this guy is the gas station at is Gulf isn't fading. Well, so he wants to buy a bottle of water and he's asked for ID before she'll sell him the bottle of water because the cashier says the water contains these electrolytes, which also found in energy drinks. So you, and my my point is like to actually just basic wanna making a. We increasingly accepted as normal to be asked for I d for all sorts of routine transactions in daily life, like buying a bottle of water, or if you've gone to WalMart to buy a pack of cigarettes, and and a bottle of their and they say if you appear to be under it keeps going up. I don't know what it's up to. Now, if you pay to be under thirty eight forty seven fifty nine we will ask you for I d so people in late middle age take it that they might well be carded when they're trying to buy a six pack in WalMart, h completely racist to suggest that you should be quiet to produce ID when you go to vote, this is nonsense. This is rubbish sense racist to like everything is racist. Why is it racist to demand ID when you go to vote, but not racist to demand ID when your a middle aged lady? Who's been taken care of health and who wants to buy a bottle of wine and wool mart. Why is one thing why is producing ID for voting racist? But being required to produce ID for buying a bottle of water or a bottle of wine not racist. Put an ad that Mark sign in for rush. Don't forget if you think of it with the guest hosts always get a bit of this. He will say, well, wait a minute. What's what's this up with? What's what's some people? Who think we should have open borders? Get very concerned when a foreign guest host is on the Rush Limbaugh show. Then it suddenly becomes you know, how the hell did this guy whereas ice when you need them wearing non in favor of ice in favor of defunding ice women favor, restricting the number of detainees ice can hold at any one time. But if we have to have ice and they have to have a detention center, they could at least put the Rush Limbaugh guest host. Simba and the way to get around. That is go to Rush Limbaugh dot com. Become a rush twenty four seven subscriber and foreign guests hosts will never be an issue. And even know they were guest hosts, it's like he never takes a day off all the time twenty four seven three hundred sixty five days a year in any form. Known to man, whether the audio of the radio show transcripts of the radio show DittoCam the radio show, if they invent some new form of just like plugging it directing T a cerebral cortex. Rush will have the app for that. So go to Rush Limbaugh dot com and become a rush twenty four seven subscriber. I mentioned that Dennis Miller, and I had been doing some shows together and Dennis Miller. I mentioned that great liner Dennis that Trump's out of voice is absolutely consistent with his invoice. Whereas with the Democrats it's like the invoices never had a Cup of coffee. And you see that in that nonsense about Cory Booker at his African proverb Elizabeth Warren and her photo op dog and Hillary Clinton, Hillary Clinton out of voices, southern and are in a voice, isn't I don't even know how that happens, but Dennison I had such a great advantage on to- together. We just put it together a little bit of short notice, and and tried it out on the road. And we're trying to get some dates as soon as possible to get back because it was such a fish. And we had a great time two thousand people packed the codex center in Rochester, New York had a terrific time. And lotta Rush Limbaugh listeners among them. So we're trying to put together a few more dates. As soon as possible subject to theater availability. So again for New York in Chicago, but it might end up being Guam and Yellowknife in Canada's Northwest. Territories. We don't know it depends, whether some short-term theatrical availability, we're going to try and put together a few dates, but in the meantime, Dennis is coming on. This is Mark Stein. Clues always invite Mr. Snerdley on the cruise because people always into one of the things actually got us. Was. Autographing some books, and what not after one of the shows in the last couple of weeks and people always come up and ask what's what's Nutley, really like? Well, you we always try to invite him on the Mark sign crews in hopes that people can discover that for himself, but Dennis is going to be there and the great Michelle Backman who is terrific fund is going to be then you can find out more about that. If you go to Mark Stein, foods dot com. The Trump the Trump's speech, the two hour thing just to be able to do that is actually an incredible accomplishment. And I love the way people profess to be shocked shocked by the things that he says this format that he's pioneered where he has a teleprompter script. It's a fantastic thing. No one's done this. And it's such an interesting format. They actually should. Teach it in public speaking school. He actually is a script loaded into the teleprompter. And about fifty percent of the content is him. Basically just riffing off. What is advisors of said to him? And some great figs come out of that. Like, Elizabeth Warren. He said today, I should have saved the polka Hudson's thing for another year. I've destroyed political career, and I will get a chance to rutta gates that I would have loved that. And he's absolutely right. He's absolutely right. If he just laid low letter become the nobody they'd gone full Pocahontas and driven into taking the DNA test where it turns out, she's one one thousand and twenty four. She's possibly one one thousand twenty fourth native American and almost anybody on the planet is actually more native American in that you you can you can find a village headman in up country Tadzhikistan. Who will just on the random just share randomly take DNA tests, and he'd be more Cherokee than that. Just because some. Cherokee public relations guy happened to be touring Tadzhikistan in the twelfth century, or whatever this is this that was incredible. And he's right to say, unfortunately, he destroyed the he destroyed the candidacy to the other point I made which I think is is really important is this. This Russia investigation was fake at the outset that the principal motive vacation for they had no evidence of any collusion with Russia. Except that Trump told a joke on television. He said, hey, Russia. If you've got the emails, let them that's the sort of thing people who on television and radio say, it's the sort of thing. I might have said rush might have said all the host of the apprentice might have said, it's a funny line. It's actually a funny line. And we have now reached the same stage as the Warsaw Pact countries under communism where if you make a joke that is this disapproved of by the state security apparatus, they will get you six ways to Sunday as Chuck Schumer said and places. They should be cold on that. Actually, if you investigating a guy for a joke give a totalitarian nut, and I know this I speak as someone who was who was actually put on trial for jokes. At the. The British Columbia superior court. Robson street courthouse in Vancouver when the Canadian Islamic congress actually tried to criminalize my writing and they flew in this expert witness from Philadelphia, he was like some big shot imam or whatever who actually analysed my jokes for for for basically the best part of a full day. And I said I felt like I was in that Milan. Kunda a novel the joke where a student makes the wrong joke and the communist central committee destroy his life for it. It's over and that's actually what's going on here. That's actually what's going on. Hey, they've said that they didn't like Trump making a joke about Russia. Hey, russia. If you've got the Email, send them to me. That's how much of a colluded. He is can you even collude on television? If you colluding on television, does it counts as collusion. This wouldn't say even in America, which basically operates a sick disease pa- version of common law that most Americans should actually be ashamed of you. Couldn't take this into a district court ANGOP some not who's been who's being trying to sue me. I thought I I quoted we are the champions the famous Queen song in mentioned this guy. But he thought that because I had quoted we are the champions no time for losers. I was implying that he was loser. These toll stab the courts the courts. Wouldn't entertain if you took fat joke? The Trump told on television and took it your county courthouse you get your county attorney in the middle of nowhere. He'd say get outta here. This guy's making a joke. You can't take him too cold for that that at the highest levels of the Federal Bureau of investigation that's enough and at the highest levels of the Federal Bureau of investigation, a discredited worthless document coped up by by a British spy from mistakes and his contacts in Russian intelligence is enough for an investigation without end Americans need to get need to get more annoyed about this while the Malla. I mean, we have the situation now where? Certain kinds of Republicans Ted Cruz, and what have you Sarah, Huckabee Sanders, go to restaurants, and they get heckled and they get Jide. I don't know why a guy who investigate someone for a joke and an m I six phony dossier. Dine anyway, no one no one bothers him. This is this is actually disgraceful. You don't infest you investigate crimes? You don't investigate people. If you investigating people, you're doing it wrong. You're doing it wrong. And he should go off and actually get a job with some totalitarian. Police said agency you investigate crimes, you don't investigate people much signed for rush. We'll take your calls straight ahead. You're listening to the network..
"mark stein" Discussed on KTOK
"And this is your undocumented anchorman. Mark Stein honored to be here. As always I came across the northern border. In big caravan caravan of guest hosts, we're just on the big caravan we straight through the border. Nobody tries to smell this. And we had to do the jobs Americans won't do like guest hosting for America's number one radio show. It's great honor to be Russia's little just got a little something a little something in his throat. But it makes him sound voice. Doesn't sound a full Russia. Sounds like as lousy as a foreign guest host. They might as well have a lousy foreign guest host sitting, but he will be back tomorrow. One eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two we have been. Talking about all the great things that happened over the weekend. I caught up with them on the road actually because I was going with. Dennis Miller, and we were playing various dates in western New York and Pennsylvania in Syracuse, and Rochester, and in reading Pennsylvania and the enigmatically enunciated Wilkes Barre Wilkes Barre Wilkes Luke's by whatever it is. And we had a great great time always run into rock bands on the road. And you would be surprised how the conservative inclinations of raucous is always interesting to be. At it's like, an easy listening guy. So it's it's it's kind of slightly depressing to me that sometimes, you know, you go to Broadway show tunes. Guys, family friendly show chewed guys all big liberals. And then you go meet the debauched walkers, the divorce stroker's of all these conservative inclinations. It's a it's a perplexing business to me. Dennis Miller and great to meet so many rush listeners in in the coastal as nights, and Dennis is actually going to be with me on this is Mark Stein cruise which you can find out about by getting to Mark Stein. Cruise dot com from Vancouver to Alaska, so again, up whatever you call it up the Alaska coast to I think they call it the inside passage and then to Skagway and glacier bay and Ketchikan and all that gone up that and then coming back down the Alaska coast to Vancouver, but you can find out about that mock sign cruise dot com apart from Dennis Michelle Bachmann is always is also going to be on that Michelle is a very convivial cruiser cushy, she's not just providing top political analysis, but she's also quite happy to join in on all the on all the class. Pulp sing alongs later in the evening. So if you ever want to hear Michelle Backman singing taking care of business because Michelle's the one they should have put in back, Montana overdrive. Oh, you ain't heard nothing yet. Then come and join us on the Mark Stein. Crews Mark Stein. Cruise dot com is the place to go for that. I think you can link to it. If you go to Stein online dot com as well that Stein with a Y eventually everything comes round to the president's position. The whole thing about the Trump announcement of his candidacy, what did it for him? What said his candidacy alight? It was nothing in the script. It was nothing in the script. It was when he went off script and added that a lotta the when Mexico isn't sending its best a lot of the people that sending are rapists, and everyone you can't say that you can't say that. And in fact, it was the line that led his candidacy said his candidacy alight in the in June of twenty fifteen almost four years ago, incredibly enough and people have denounced that including a lot of Republicans. The New York Times today has a story on caravans and illegal immigration. And the headline is quote, you have to pay with your body the hidden nightmare of sexual violence on the border by Manny Fernandez, mcallen, Texas. It was doc in the stash house where they kept the windows covered. So no one could see inside. At first the smugglers had her cook for the other migrants who had recently crossed illegally into the United States. Then they took it to a room upstairs. Locked the door and began taking tons with her. This is the story of a thirty six year old mother of three from Guatemala. Who crossed the Rio Grande was led to a so-called safe house in the Texas border city of macallan and then. Untold man after man after man after man had his evil way with the men she had paid to get her safely to the United States drug toe with pills and cocaine refusing to let us out even to bathe they raped to so many times she said, they didn't see us as human beings anymore. This is the system that the Democrats have in fact, incentivized actually chosen to incentivize and. It's evil, and we have an insane situation here in this country now where essentially the progressives get to decide which laws shall be enforced, and which shall not, incidentally. And I say this is a Canadian. So you can take it for what it's worth because where the the loyalists says they say on the northern shores of Lake Ontario that you you guys had you revolution. And those of us who stayed loyal to Georgia fired all at flea north and wind up in Canada where it's cold. So that was an unfair Dale. Anyway, it's if you were going to split the continent and full of sass into one half of it only. Why did you have to give us the northern half because it's bloody cold up that so anyway. We've got the. In in that, we're well aware that you excitable revolutionary types. One of the things you didn't like was that you would pass laws and then Georgia third would hold off signing them. Hold off giving Royal assent to a Bill becomes law when it receives Royal assent and Georgia THAAD was withholding because he didn't like some of the bills you a passing he didn't like some of the laws, so he was sort of picking and choosing laws. Now, we have progressives who pick and choose laws, so the same people, for example, who say that the immigration laws of America should be ignored with impunity with impunity. Then immediately. If if if Trump tries to figure out a way to to to to get the platform he ran on implemented, then they take him to court. So a judge is the most important. Guy in the world when he striking down Trump actions. But at the same time, there's all this other immigration law. The judges and everybody else is suppose suggesting ignores so we live in we live in a world that is not actually a land of Laura anymore because when you have judges and legislators and administrative agencies and bureaucrats who get to pick it to pick which laws are implemented, and which laws are not. Then that is not a land law if you can pick and choose which laws on the books of alad in which on that is no longer a land of law and Trump actually is I it is interesting to see the New York Times belatedly catch up to to the the Trump position on all the rape and sex crime going on the border. You know, what's interesting about this is that no one rush said this on Friday. No, one in Washington wants the wall doesn't matter who you go to doesn't matter. Whether you talked to Democrats to Republicans to judge. To media. None of them want the wool, his they don't see the woman in the safe house on the upper floor being raped and raped and raped and raped and raped and raped and raped some more. They don't see that to them. The vast armies of the undocumented Bernie Sanders has just hired an undocumented fine, upstanding, member of the undocumented American community to be his campaign spokesman. So we used to talk about these guys living in the shadows. Then not living in the shadows anymore. They've upfront they're heroes. They're the dreamers the dreamers and the woman out status in the safehouse in mcallen, tax, Texas being raped and raped and raped and raped and raped again by a system, the Democrats and judges and the media incentivize is. Actually, the reality of the dream. It's the nightmare that underpins the dream. It's a nightmare that underpins the dream. And it is disgraceful. And the the lies that wealthy successful ruling class elites tell themselves about this is is appalling to to them. These are just the people who serve you because we have less social mobility than we used to have now. So you have the city's increasingly full of extremely wealthy people and extremely poor people and the extremely wealthy people. Get used to being served being waited. They don't want to have to mow their own loans. They don't wanna have to clean their own bathrooms, and they have got new st- to the fact that there is this vast army of people who come and clean, the houses and clean, the swimming pools and maintain the tennis courts have got used to the fact that when you go around successful cities, like Washington DC and New York, everyone you encounter at the low level serving you in the service jobs in the course of a day is from somewhere else. If you go and stop and get a coffee, the people are from somewhere else, if you get in a cab drivers from somewhere else they've got used to that. They don't see beyond the great glittering metropolis where the rich people have armies of the undocumented to serve them, the cultural transformation in towns that are not Mitch. They don't see the woman getting right in the up says room and mcallen, Texas. They don't see or they choose more precisely they choose not to see the evil that their reliance on that system encourages and facilitates, and so we see almost four years after Trump made his allegedly inflammatory statement when he came down the escalator at Trump Tower, the New York Times have finally acknowledged the. The truth of the situation you have to pay with your body the hidden nightmarish sexual violence on the border. That's that's that's what it is. That's what it is the dream. Is the dream is. The the man upstairs raping this woman and raping. Armies of women women who get beaten we women who get made pregnant women who get forced into prostitution women who when they're not cooking or having sex that they're forced into shackled to beds. Oh, if they happen to be in an exterior camp shackled to trees with duct tape rope handcuffs. This is the system that that Nancy Pelosi Chuck Schumer and almost all the most powerful figures in the democrat party and half the Republican party won during college one eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two we'll take your calls. Straight ahead.
"mark stein" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Mark Stein. With the winner of the mountain dew three point shootout, Joe Harris from the Brooklyn nets. Sure, it can't be better for the NBA that one of their most popular players Steph. Curry doesn't win that three point. Shootout is it better or worse for the NBA that Joe Harris one, I don't think it's either I think having Steph in there, and may advancing and then having the drama come down to him having to run the five in a row, and he was unable to do it. Yeah. It'd be probably sexier if you could say that Steph curry won the three point shootout in Charlotte, but in the grand scheme, you're always looking for is good competition coming down, adding the drama, and yeah, we'll remember who won the three point shootout next year. I'm going to say, we probably won't ho- Joe Harris from the Brooklyn nets. Oh, by the way, speaking of who Hamadou Tiao from the Oklahoma City thunder Hamadu VR low from the Oklahoma City thunder wins, the slam dunk competition tonight as we talk about NBA's all star Saturday night on ESPN radio in the US peon app. Tim Montemayor long. Packer alongside Packer hall of Famer and Super Bowl champion. Mark Tauscher the dunk. Contest was frankly, it was boring. Gotta go. I enjoy it at all. What about horse? This is something I've talked about a couple of years now because I just don't like it. What if you get the best players in the game, and you put Steph curry because do you know what dude perfect is like dude perfect? Is they make all these crazy trick shots off the top of buildings, and they do all kinds of fun stuff. What if we did something like that a horse competition were Steph Curry's in the second deck, and he's shooting threes that go in like that to me is interesting. Well, Tim, I will say this. I think it's a genius idea. The issue is how are you gonna format that for TV? Would you have to keep it in advance because I know as much content out those games. I don't know about you. If you play a lot of horse or pay or Mississippi, whatever it, however, you play they can take awhile. And yes, I think you put the ten five starters on each and you bracketed off could that be really fun to watch? Absolutely it could. But as everything is you have to format things. For TV. I think that Tim Montemayor is where you need to figure out how you're going to get that done. But I love I love the creativity. Why do you have to be logical? Can't we just leave in this fantasy world already is professional sports. Because that's a great point. I have no idea how you'd format that. I think it'd be actually very difficult to do that for TV, but here near there speaking of Steph curry, let me ask you a pretty simple question when you think about Steph curry is he the most likeable NBA player. I think it's hard to root against that guy. So yes, I think he is. But I have somebody because he's just new onto the scene. Joe harris. His story where he's come from. You know, he was a gangly one hundred eighty pound kid, nobody, you know, the Knicks didn't even bother to recruit him when they were going through the draft process. He comes over and is now he's the second. I think he was either second or first highest vote getter captain had fun with LeBron does anybody have anything bad to say about Yannis not yet. I mean, if he wins championships and with all due respect to our good friends in Milwaukee. I I'm curious if a market like Milwaukee, Salt Lake City comes to mind, like Memphis comes to mind can these smaller markets keep a guy like that. Talk like that. Well, you're in Wisconsin. We did all surprise you. If COPA winds up with the Knicks or winds up with the Lakers or clippers are doing. I hope not because I think when you're talking about the NBA, and you know, the player movement, which as a former NFL player, I am all for player PA I think it's great with guys can control their own destiny. The NFL has a long way to go to even come close to catching how the NBA does its business. But I think the key is and you heard this with Anthony Davis. It's it's about the fit in the team. And right now, I think the new bucks owner should have a new stadium when you're able to build around it have success guys wanna be successful operations. This is Janas deal. This is his team. He is the face, and he's able to do a lot of things. But you know, if things go haywire. You never know guys. They start getting older, and they see that their their window for winning a chance. Shift starts dwindling. And you saw Kevin Durant. Make a big move. You've seen the brand do at a Cup. I was gonna say what about LeBron leaving gambling? No you've seen that. But I think in the grand scheme of things it all comes down to your organization making sure that you're putting the pieces around a superstar player because the small market teams. No, you don't it takes a long time to get. You're not gonna get guys through free agency most likely guys want to go to the big markets. So you best draft. Well, and you better make sure that you put the talent around them. So that they don't want to leave. And by the way, what I will say about your draft coming because I think you're spot on with that Mark Kausar? I think that's why teams like the Celtics lot of their own guys. I think teams like, obviously, the Golden State Warriors that that those championships are won on on the heels of excellent drafting by Bob Myers and the ownership group and Golden State. I think you're exactly right now you'd better draft. Well, and you better do it. Danny aines, did which is trade for a lot of talented players. Game night on ESPN radio and ESPN app. Hey, I know there's a lot of MBA. And I know that there's a lot of college basketball today. But is there any bigger story than calling capper Nick we settled with the NFL well today, his lawyer spoke could cap find a job in the NFL, and is going to be with New England might not sound or does sound crazy might not be as crazy as it sounds. We'll talk about it next on ESPN radio and the ESPN app. The NFL has.
"mark stein" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Bling Mark Stein here, Mark what's happened. What's happened? This this massive border Bill is passed three hundred twenty five billion under one point four for the wall with a bunch of restrictions. The president comes out and says I found eight billion dollars and by the executive power from nineteen Seventy-six granted the presidency. I am going to put that forward. And now, Nancy Pelosi's move. How do you see this playing out? Yeah. I think well I disagree with how for stop that. It isn't imagine say Secondly, obviously, they're trying to tie the president's hands in the in the Obama stimulus. There was all kinds of money that upgrade unimportant inconsequential US Canadian border posts in the middle of nowhere. And. And that included compulsory purchase of farms that happened to straddle the border all that kind of thing. Huge amounts of money little one hut border. Posts would suddenly it looked like the Sasha enterprise had been dropped into the great north woods north Troy, Vermont, for example, which isn't like Tijuana oil Paso, and nobody attempted to say that the president does not have the erect a lot of cross-border communities. I say that as a Canadian is used to gone back and forth from the pizza place on the northern side back to the southern side with just the library cow. He wrecked a lot of cross-border communities. Nobody attempted to tie his hands. What they're trying to do is ensure that the central pledge of the Trump campaign never happened bothers me, by the way. See Mark started Dennis Miller together in reading Pennsylvania reading reading. I'm sorry. You pretend to be American February twenty-second in February twenty third and Syracuse New York in Rochester. On March first at the Kodak center in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania. Check it out at Mark Stein. Online, right, Mark. Yeah. That's that's right..
"mark stein" Discussed on KTRH
"We know we turn to Mark Stein here on the Rush Limbaugh program. Yeah. I I shouldn't have mentioned. I shouldn't have mentioned Gladys Knight a singing midnight train to Georgia that stuck in my head that the thing I like most about midnight train to Georgia the favorite line. I if I'd in another world, I would have liked to have been a pip behind Gladys Knight one of her hips because always like the line a superstar. But he didn't get far that was my favorite line in midnight train trying to George I think I did fantastic love to pip. I think all hope at Gladys Knight on this show once and he was one of our pips old tuck it out halfway through and said he was too pooped to pip. I can't remember is hazy my memories Hayes anyway, Gladys Knight. I don't mean to imply that I'm endorsing Gladys. Knight singing, the national anthem because she's now a reviled hate-figure. She agreed to sing the national anthem nausea fast problem right there. 'cause that's like a totally controversial hate anthem. I mean, are you crazy singing the star spangled banner what kind of agent or manager you sign you up? For that. She agreed to sing this. The hate songs. Nas spangled banner at the end to the Super Bowl. And now everybody hates Gladys Knight. Because she's disrespecting Colin Kaepernick. Good careful. This is to go to Rush Limbaugh dot com and take out a subscription to the Limbaugh letter. And it comes in the mail or you can get it digitally or you can get it both ways. And in the February issue. Rush interviews, Charlie. Cock, and you'll know Charlie if you've seen him on television on Fox News, or whatever the guy looks. I think he's like twenty five twenty three twenty two nineteen he's incredibly young. But he's the driving force behind turning point USA, which is this big students organization. He's the author of campus. Battlefield how conservatives can win the battle on campus, and why it matters. And actually the fact that he has to explain why it matters is a good part of the reason why we lost the country. Entry because the biggest structural defect in America today is the education system on which the Republican party. Surrendered basically the whole tough. So they turn allowed and it's not just university. It basically starts in kindergarten. And first grade they basically allowed social engineers to take over the education system, you pay a huge amount of money to go to these universities and be given correct leftist attitudes, which you don't have any choice. I if he don't have any choice. I the least they could do is not make you pay take on six figures worth of debt to be taught all the things you have to set. And that's a whole other issue, by the way. Because other countries manage to socially engineer, their kids into leftist attitudes striking for three grand a year. So why it costs seventy grand a year in the United States? Just so a lot of repay shis disgraceful. College loan organizations can get can get rich by lending people who shouldn't be doing these courses the absurd amounts of money. They shouldn't be paying to do those corpses courses. I think I was right with corpses. Actually, they absurd amounts of money. They shouldn't be paying to do these courses at outrageous rates have interests. They shouldn't be paying to the so-called college loan moguls who get rich of these guys all all that that whole system has been abandoned by conservatism and rush talks to Charlie cock about it in the current issue of the Limbaugh letter. And you you you should you should read that this this. Stuff is important. Well, let's say something else while we're at it. Again, this attitude striking this Gillette at everyone's talked about the and I just want to say a couple of things. It's it's weird to me because it is in fact, almost literal definition of fascism. The culprit state everything within the state the alliance the alliance between the left and big corporations now to enforce their way who who the hell is Gillette to tell to tell me how to be a man this ad. The Gillette is got the best the best you can be. They're trying to get a piece of the meat to action, and they again show in all these white guys these white privilege guys as we talk about the top of the hour. Who are the big problem? And that's not actually true. We've talked about the me too thing on this show. Russia's talked about it Harvey Weinstein used the phony baloney of a liberal progressive attitudes striking ten nail chicks one of the French actors. I think this cone I I used to live on TV with her dad a zillion years ago. On the other side of the Atlanta, Amtrak Dakota. He's a big French guy and his daughter Emma is an actress and she runs into Harvey Weinstein in the south of France. And she says she's really interested in roles for strong women. And so he says, oh, I've got a great script with a great strong women's part in it. It's upstairs in my room. Why don't you come up with me? Well, you know, how that encounter preceded from that liberal nen insincere feminists using the phoniness of feminism using the phoniness a feminist attitudes striking as a way to to prey on young women who believe the bologna. That's what went on in the Charlie rose. I couldn't sit food CHA. I mean, I like a nice serious sober. Inter I, you know, I was on the BBC fee is I know what boring television is quite like I've got quite enjoy a bit of. Boring television now, and then Charlie rose nothing. There's nothing yeehaw toxic masculinity about him. He was the impeccable liberal male. He's wondering around in a bathrobe that's open in front of his staffers aren't always say is ill PBS pledge drive two hundred dollars. You can get the old PBS bathrobe, code not included. Where were they in the Gillette? Because that's where all the me. Too stuff came from liberal progressive men using the coffer of liberal virtue, signaling is a way to prey on women. Why aren't they Gillette stupid ad? Why is it just sort of, you know, white guys? You know, why why what's what's up with that? Why is it just, you know, toxic masculine white guy? Cliches men barbecuing you think Harvey Weinstein, evidently zone barbecuing. Why is there nothing for example? Like Rotherham all the towns in continental Europe where they've had rape gangs, gang rape. The child sex slavery. What about that kind of toxic masculinity? Oh, no, no. That would be coast so disease picking on guys Eli barbecuing, you barbecuing guys. You toxic masculinity. It's all it all goes one. It all goes one way all goes one way or another story. I wanted to get to. Before where today 'cause I did you see this thing about President Trump when he had the guys over to the White House the Clemson team, and he had a thousand feet of cheeseburgers, or whatever it was since they will Diggle. This fact check I wasn't a thousand feta cheese cheeseburgers. It was only like six hundred thirty seven feta cheese cheeseburgers is all this kind of thing. And and then there's people saying, well, he's condescending to black sportsmen by saying they can't appreciate anything most sophisticated than hamburgers and the head of some of ill college university of Oxford Baroness royale says she wants to change the culture of the college to make sure it is welcoming for all. So she she had a complaint from a first year student about the octopus terrain. That's all the bed. You. In the first year at the first year, welcome dinner, and the the the the student complained that the Oktoberfest Torri because she came from a poor background the Oktoberfest to read bathe her feel uncomfortable, so lady royale, the head of Somerville college. The university of Oxford is L. We'll get rid of the octopus Terry died like I'm a defeat Florida. I'm not trying to eat octopus to read than a Big Mac. But you're damned if you do if you damned if you don't. You're you know, you're supposed to go to university to expand your horizons. So you come from. You're like, doc impoverished home way. You you know, you've just been able to have gruel every night and some nights your mom can't even afford gruel Xian, even get the gruel. So you you you don't you just kept to make do with y- yesterday's grew warmed up because she got a phone any new grew. So you go to Oxford University, and they've got octopus terrain and Uber the head of the college because you want a less you want less adventurous food, then on the other hand say in trouble. If you saw the octopus terrain. Van if you save the cheese at your racist. And condescending to people presuming to tell these black sportsmen that they're their tastes the too unsophisticated. You appreciate anything other than cheeseburgers. There's no way you could win on any of this stuff. That's why incidentally, that's why the Steve king thing and all the rest of it. My advice is never apologize. Apologize sought to apologize for any of the guy who who said he was an Asian in a white man's Baldy is made himself west with the apologies. Now. Copes in a white man's body of bothered with it. Then never apologize. Just say, you know, if you really want to talk about octopus Torino cheeseburgers, you're wasting your life wasting your time time is life. Life is time you waste time you waste life. We waste you. Think of all the time we've wasted on calling cap Nick who can't do what he. Wants to do. He's not a very good either. No Russia wouldn't presume to be as expert on rush. He's not a good football. I know enough. Now this he's not a very good football player. It we talk about him more than any other football player because he made singing the national anthem issue. Again, that's worth talking about either because he the national anthem or you don't have a national anthem. That's an opportunity for self-expression because if national anthem is an opportunity for self-expression is on the national anthem. So the minute you say, well, the twenty we should the national anthem be. I'd like to do an interpretive dance in the middle of God, save the Queen Canada. So watch it's not the it ceases being national anthem. Once you do that. So these things are not worth talking about. And the things that I talk worth talking about. They don't want us to talk about. And that's why the battles on language us. How important Mark sign for rush? Open line Friday. We're gonna get. Charlotte North Carolina next. You're listening to the IB network..
Rosenstein suggested he secretly record Trump, discussed 25th Amendment: New York Times
"This just in over the last forty five minutes, the story broke from the New York Times. The New York Times is reporting that read this is through an anonymous leak, but hold that thought. Because people are already sort of determining who this anonymous leaker is this story rod Rosenstein suggested secretly recording Trump and disgust twenty fifth amendment. Now, of course, you know, the twenty fifth amendment is the amendment of the constitution that allows for the physical incapability of the if the president is physically in capacity, then they're they can trigger the rightful constitutional succession, which would move to the vice president, of course, which basically there was never any language in there. You know, there's always language if the president dies or resigns or is impeached, but nothing about whether he was incapacitated. Well, I'll just read you this part of the strategy. Listen, you've already heard some of the details there. I heard Mark Stein. They're filling for Rush Limbaugh giving you some details. I've got a lot on this. I've got a lot that isn't in this New York Times article, including some people already commenting on who they think this leaker is a, but here's my basic question for you if you'd like to chime in on it as well since you've probably heard some of the details. Does this give President Trump the excuse not that he didn't have one already, but a very real tangible excuse to fire rod Rosenstein, and for that matter possibly attorney general Jeff Sessions since these conversations, and this is all happening on his watch in the Justice department or should the president leave it alone. What should the president do in this case
NBA Coaches Association Votes Dwayne Casey as Coach of the Year
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