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Oxfam: 11 People Die Of Hunger Each Minute Around the Globe

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 3 months ago

Oxfam: 11 People Die Of Hunger Each Minute Around the Globe

"In a report titled the hunger virus multiplies Oxfam says the death toll from famine outpaces that of covert nineteen which kills around seven people per minute the anti poverty organization Oxfam says eleven people die of hunger each minute and that the number facing the famine like conditions around the globe has increased six times over the last year Oxfam America's president and C. E. O. Abby marksman says the statistics are staggering but we must remember that these because I made up of individual people facing unimaginable suffering Max boot adds unrelenting conflict on top of the cove it nineteen economic fallout and the worsening the climate crisis has pushed more than five hundred twenty thousand people to the brink of starvation I'm Charles de Ledesma

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"max boot" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

07:29 min | 9 months ago

"max boot" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"By MAX Boot in The Washington Post is amazing. Remember how every trump tweet that was critical of the media was a threat to democracy. My God, How could anything How could any such thing happen? It's a giant threat to our democracy. He's attacking a free press. He's been critical of a free press. It doesn't matter that you know Jim Acosta is Is peacocking around and plotting and lying to the public. Quite frankly, that's not a threat. Of course, Max Boot can't be critical of CNN. He works there gets a big fat check from them, too. Because if you're willing to sell out Or be a nominal Republican event says I cannot live like this. Then you could get a job at CNN or MSNBC, and they pay very well. And if you've ever seen Max Boot you go. Why? Who would put this guy on TV visual mediums. I mean, he barely functions in the written form Visually is it's just It's a vocalization of the garbage that he writes. Coupled with a chud light, like looks, It's just they're going in HD. This seems like you know if you put CNN are you putting Max boot on in HD for Kay? In Gitmo. Everybody would confess immediately. You know, I I can't take this anymore. I'd rather eat pork than watch this guy. He writes at the end of his column. By the way, his column is in titled Trump couldn't have incited sedition without the help of Fox News. He writes. James and Kathryn Murdoch, part of the family that controls Fox News, just called on media property owners to stop propagating lies that quote have unleashed insidious and uncontrollable forces. End quote. Now James and Kathryn Murdoch are lefties there big time liberals. That's why they support them. James Murdoch was appears to have been seduced by the dark side of the force. By his wife, Catherine. And he says, Sense left Fox News is it It wouldn't be anything. He's got a kind of a long history of failing, He started record labels and everything. Like a stereotypical rich kid. Who doesn't really have a direction in life. And far too many people like that. End up in government and politics, one way or another, because they just they have no meaning in their life, and they have no real need for working. So they just kind of drifted to go. I know what's best for everybody. I've never had to work a day in my life. For real. I've been able through my family money to just create playthings. And then it didn't work out. So no big deal. Like if you're starting a record company and your fallback plan if things don't go well is I'm just gonna have to find a way to live off of my $100 Million trust fund. Get probably not got the best work ethic in the world. You're probably your own problem when you've got that parachute with you, the golden parachute. So that he turned liberal and turned on his own family. I hope that means that Rupert cuts him off. I would love to see Rupert cut him off on that. Continues if James, his brother, Lachlan, co chair of News Corp and chief executive of Fox Corporation, and Father Rupert, executive chairman of News Corporation and co chairman of Fox Corporation, Won't listen, then large cable companies such as Comcast and Charter spectrum, which carry Fox News and provide much of its revenue in the form of user fees. Need to step in and kick Fox News off Yes, get rid of Fox News. And if small competitors such as one American News and Newsmax continued to incite viewers, they too, should be booted off. Now, could you imagine? Fox News. This is why most advertiser boycotts don't work with Fox News. Because you can you don't know this, but if you just look at the quality of the ads, you can tell that it's pretty cheap. Their companies that don't advertise on CNN or MSNBC, not because of Political ideology. But because Fox News buying ad time on Fox News is much cheaper than buying and time on CNN or MSNBC, this is part of the inherent bias. In society and how the left has permeated its way into everything. The ad buyers. There are companies that place ads, you know they do the market research. They tell the company's look, your audience is more likely to be watching home and garden at From 9 to 10 o'clock at night, so you should advertise their that sort of thing. Those ad buyers have determined that Fox news viewers and one American News and Newsmax viewers are less valuable, less desirable to most corporations. If you watch Fox, especially in prime time, you notice that you don't really see very many luxury car commercials, for example. This was true even when Fox News was getting two and three times what their competitors were getting now right now. They are number three. They've gone from number one to number three. But when they were by far number one, not just in cable news, but in all of cable. You still didn't see these kind of ads because the audience was deemed to be And not really desire it. The CNN ad time costs a lot more because Ad buyers have determined that their audience is much more highly educated. And has more money than the average Fox News viewer. That's why you get 800 commercials with for the my pillow guy on Fox, and you don't see the month. CNN's Not that my pillow isn't willing to sell pillows to people who watch CNN. It's that they can't afford it. The revenue generated doesn't justify the cost outlay. Whereas you know, with the promo codes they're very micro targeting. They know exactly who saw what where So they know which adds work in which adds, Don't But it is it's telling that they've already deemed us unworthy of being advertised to unworthy of their product. Jaguar. We're not gonna get Jaguar You see a Jaguar Add on CNN. And you now you know why CNN doesn't have to change its business model. Why they don't have to worry about being honest. Why they don't have to worry about being fair why they don't have to worry about being objective. They sell the ads at the inflated ad rate to a smaller audience in the past. Because the liberals in ad buying have said, Well, these people are more worthy of it. They're more They're better audience to reach so you should pay more. To reach them. That's why market forces really sort of have polluted cable news. Market forces normally would have Caused when they were hemorrhaging viewers and being dwarfed in the ratings by Fox News would have caused CNN and MSNBC to go. All right. We need to. We need to revamp what we're doing, spilling left wing ideology left wing dogma isn't a good business model. They didn't have to, because they were paying more..

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"max boot" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:55 min | 11 months ago

"max boot" Discussed on KTOK

"Mm hmm. He's back with you now, because when it comes to the fight for truth, the fun never stops like they're all outstanding. I mean, what really stands out to me. Brianna's The fact is that you're not seeing grifters. You're not seeing unqualified con artist. You're not seeing people who are far as we know hundreds. Staycation by the FBI. I mean, it just makes you realize all the misfits that Donald Trump appointed office and by comparison, this is that was really the Trump really had the Z team. This is really the a team. I mean, it's really striking to me from 20 blinking on down, they are all incredibly qualified with decades of experience deep knowledge of foreign policy deep commitment of American leadership. And just as importantly, they also know Joe by and they brought with them for a long time. And that's gonna be a key advantage because there is going to be a trust and confidence in that team that you don't see a amid the back biting of the Trump administration. That's Republican turncoat. So former Republican, you know, turned Democrat Max Boot who's never seen a war he didn't like for other people to fight. And now he's talking about how great the Biden foreign policy team will be. I want to bring somebody in who was going to Ah, shake it up by dropping some truth bombs here about what the swamp with the establishment foreign policy team would be under Biden, but also just more generally. For it seems like they want us to forget the lessons we've learned under four years of Trump about what does work. We got our friend Har Sanae with us now. David Harsanyi of National Review where he's a senior writer. David Great to have you always great to be here. Thanks for having me. So let's let's start with the name people before we get into the the philosophy of a would be bide in foreign policy, and I think it's I think this is an area where there's a lot of bipartisan crossover in terms of what's wrong. Let's start with with who he's named and what your thoughts are about the people that Max Boot clearly not the A team is calling the 18. Yeah, I mean, I love that Max. Boot says that that that was the Z team, the team that brought Helped at least put, you know, bring about four or five potential peace deals in the Middle East that he would be raving about. It had have been Obama or if it had been bite, but or would be Biden. Antony Blinken or Tony Blinken. We we met. Well, I think you mentioned then. Essentially has the perfect swamp resume. I think he you know, he went to an Ivy League school. He worked for Clinton. He worked for Obama. He was a lobbyist. He was, you know. Uh, the Senate on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee with Democrats ran it, I believe, and it has literally been wrong about every single issue by the standards that he himself said wrong on Russia when he was mocking Mitt Romney and all that was going on, you know, by his own. I don't know that Resets a bad idea with Russia, but that's his own. You know his own words wrong on Syria, where he wants more troops wrong on Iraq, where he was part of the decision making that went into going to Iraq for Joe Biden Wrong on Israel in the Middle East in a huge way. Biden carry all these people have been around forever say that there couldn't be any peace. If we didn't first go through the Palestinians and even the Arab League and even the Gulf states. The Sunni Gulf states are now Abandoning the P, L O and Fatah and Hamas and moving forward making peace with Israel. Now, you know whether you think it's a good deal or not, That's a separate story. Well, what it is, but does show is that Biden's team these these professionals that are not the Z team but the a team and deeply steeped and all the theory is an understanding of the Middle East were wrong about everything, and yet they get to run everything and no one ever questions..

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"max boot" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:18 min | 11 months ago

"max boot" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"They're all outstanding. I mean, what really stands out to me. Brianna's The fact is that you're not seeing grifters. You're not seeing unqualified con artist. You're not seeing people who are as far as we know, under investigation by the FBI. I mean, it just makes you realize all the misfits that Donald Appointed office. And by comparison, this is that was really the Trump really had the Z team. This is really the eight. I mean, that's really striking to me. From Tony Blinken on down, they are all incredibly qualified with decades of experience, deep knowledge of foreign policy, deep commitment of American leadership. And just as importantly, they also know Joe by and they brought with them for a long time. And that's going to be a key advantage because there is going to be a trust and confidence in that team that you don't see. Amid the back biting of the Trump administration. That's Republican turncoat. So former Republican, you know, turned Democrat Max Boot who's never seen a war he didn't like for other people to fight. And now he's talking about how great the Biden foreign policy team will be. I want to bring somebody in who was going to Ah, shake it up by dropping some truth bombs here about what the swamp with the establishment foreign policy team would be under Biden, but also just more generally. For it seems like they want us to forget the lessons we've learned under four years of Trump about what does work. We got our friend Har Sanae with this now David Harsanyi of National Review where he's a senior writer. David Great to have you always great to be here. Thanks for having me. So let's let's start with the name people before we get into the philosophy of they would be bide in foreign policy, and I think it's I think this is an area where there's a lot of bipartisan crossover in terms of what's wrong. Let's start with with who he's named and what your thoughts are about the people that Max Boot clearly not the A team is calling the 18. Yeah, I mean, I love that Max. Boot says that that that was the Z team. The team that brought or helped, at least, you know, bring about Four or five potential peace deals in the Middle East that he would be raving about. It had have been Obama or it if it had been bite, but or would be Biden, Anthony Lincoln or Tony Blinken of you who we met. Who we think you match then essentially has the perfect swamp resonate. I think he you know, he went to an Ivy League school. He worked for Clinton. You worked for Obama. He was a lobbyist he was, you know. Uh, Senate on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee with Democrats ran it, I believe, and it has literally been wrong about every single issue by the standards that he himself said wrong on Russia when he was mocking Mitt Romney and all that was going on by his own. I don't know that Resets the bad idea with Russia, but that's his own. You know his own words one on Syria, where he wants more troops wrong on Iraq, where he was part of the decision making that went in to go into Iraq for Joe Biden Wrong on Israel in the Middle East. In a huge way, Biden carry all these people have been around forever say that there couldn't be any peace. If we didn't first go through the Palestinians and even the Arab League and even the Gulf states, the Sunni Gulf states are now Abandoning the P L O and five Hamas and moving forward making peace with Israel. Now you know whether you think it's a good deal or not, That's a separate story or what it is, but does show is that Biden's team these these professionals that are not the Z team but the a team and deeply steeped and all the theories and understanding of the Middle East were wrong about everything, And yet they get to run everything and no one ever questions. Uh, you know, no one ever questions them simply because it's credential is, um, they have all the right credentials. You know, David, I've worked as a as a research associate of research in turn. Had a number of foreign policy. Think tanks in my in my formative years and then was was at the CIA, which is kind of like the government's little secret foreign policy think tank. Right, But a lot of you get the people come in with the same kinds of credentials. You know you go toe these international relations schools, everything. Which one reason why the CIA and intelligence community it's actually so full of leftist because They tend to self select for other people that you know, went toe. You know Harvard or Columbia and they do these international relations schools where they really don't learn very much. By the way. It's really just indoctrination into the BBC NPR view of global foreign policy and that's that's what you actually learn in those places. But but you're you're right, And I think this is important for everyone to think about Now. We were told that Trump foreign policy because he didn't have experience in that arena and the people he brought in were somewhat non traditional means. Some of them were people that work in this in the past. Trump's foreign policy has been mostly successes. He did not get a deal with North Korea. So let's just get that in a way, and he tried and sometimes I think the stuff he said, was a little weird about Kim Jong. Un but still But in terms of wars disasters, terrible stuff happening in a foreign policy sense. How could we view the trump foreign policy is anything other than Extremely improved upon based on what we have with the Obama foreign policy. I forgot to mention Libya where we went in, basically for the Europeans to try, you know, which was a disaster as well, which Barack Obama.

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"max boot" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:51 min | 11 months ago

"max boot" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Just as importantly, they also know Joe by and they brought with them for a long time. And that's gonna be a key advantage because there is going to be a trusting conference in that team that you don't see amid the back biting of the Trump administration. That's Republican turncoat. So former Republican, you know, turned Democrat Max Boot who's never seen a war he didn't like for other people to fight. And now he's talking about how great the Biden foreign policy team will be. I want to bring somebody in who is going to shake it up by dropping some truth. Bombs here about what the swamp with the establishment foreign policy team would be under Biden, but also just more generally. It seems like they want us to forget the lessons we've learned under four years of Trump about what does work. We got our friend Har Sanae with us now. David Harsanyi of National Review where he's a senior writer. David Great to have you always right to be here. Thanks for having me. So let's let's start with the name people before we get into the philosophy of a would be bide in foreign policy, and I think it's I think this is an area where there's a lot of bipartisan crossover in terms of what's wrong. Let's start with with who he's named and what your thoughts are about the people that Max Boot clearly not the A team is calling the 18. Yeah, I mean, I love that Max. Food says that that that was the Z team, the team that brought Helped at least you know, bring about four or five potential peace deals in the Middle East that he would be raving about. It had have been Obama or if it had been bite, but or would be by Anthony Lincoln or Tony Blinken to be who we met Who we think you, Maj. Gen. Essentially has the perfect swamp resume. I think he you know, he went to an Ivy League school. He worked for Clinton. He worked for Obama. He was a lobbyist he was, you know. Uh, the Senate on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee with Democrats ran it, I believe, and it has literally been wrong about every single issue by the standards that he himself said wrong on Russia when he was mocking Mitt Romney and all that was going on, you know, by his own. I don't know that The re sets a bad idea with Russia, but that's his own. You know his own words one on Syria, where he wants more troops wrong on Iraq, where he was part of the decision making that waiting to go into Iraq for Joe Biden wrong on Israel in the Middle East in a huge way. Biden carry all these people have been around forever say that there couldn't be any peace. If we didn't first go through the Palestinians and even the Arab League and even the Gulf states. The Sunni Gulf states are now Abandoning the P l O and find Hamas and moving forward making peace with Israel. Now, you know whether you think it's a good deal or not, That's a separate story or what it is, but does show is that Biden's team these these professionals that are not the Z team of the A team and deeply steeped and all the theories and understanding of the Middle East were wrong about everything, And yet they get to run everything and no one ever questions. You know, no one ever questions them simply because it's credential is, um, they have all the right credentials. You know, David, I've worked as a as a research associate of research in turn. Had a number of foreign policy. Think tanks in my in my formative years and then was was at the CIA, which is kind of like the government's little secret foreign policy think tank, right. But a lot of you get to see people come in with the same kinds of credentials. You know you go toe these international relations schools, everything, which one reason why the CIA and intelligence community is actually so full of leftist because They tend to self select for other people that you know, went toe. You know Harvard or Columbia and they do these international relations schools where they really don't learn very much. By the way. It's really just indoctrination into the BBC NPR view of global foreign policy and that's that's what you actually learn in those places. But but you're you're writing and I think this is important for everyone to think about Now. We were told that Trump foreign policy because he didn't have experience in that arena and the people he brought in were somewhat non traditional meet. Some of them were people that work in this in the past. Transformed policy has been mostly successes. He did not get a deal with North Korea. So let's just get that in a way, and he tried and sometimes I think the stuff he said, was a little weird about Kim Jong. Un but still But in terms of wars disasters, terrible stuff happening in a foreign policy sense. How could we view the trump foreign policy is anything other than Extremely improved upon based on what we have with the Obama foreign policy, right? I forgot to mention Libya where we went in, basically for the Europeans to try, you know, which was a disastrous well with Barack Obama and his autobiography said was a disaster. And he says that it was Biden's Biden's team and Blinken, who We're part of the strong voices convinced him to do it because he never takes credit for anything. He does wrong, of course, but he can't go to Congress by the way to do it. And that's another aspect of official quickly mentioned. You know, when, when I read all these stories about how great how America's back, it's all about Europe, right? It's all very Eurocentric. The world is a big place. We have a lot of other places to deal with, in a lot of other allies. Around the world. But you're doing what France and Germany want us to do seems to be really what they're talking about, like going into Libya, like joining the Paris accords, which will be ratified by the European Union, but not by the United States Senate where it should be if it's a real treaty. Um, of course, the media will say nothing already see all the scene, folks, you know, celebrating how we're going to be, you know, back out there doing what we've done for 35 years. Never once saying, you know, we haven't been in a war during this last 54 years. You know, that wasn't started earlier. Um Then we have by the way, just just to follow up on them. Or speaking of David Harsanyi of of National Review should read, isn't it? Review dot com..

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"max boot" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

06:31 min | 11 months ago

"max boot" Discussed on KTOK

"Back with you now, because when it comes to the fight for truth, the fun never stops. They're all outstanding. I mean, what really stands out to me? Brianna's The fact is that you're not seeing grifters you're not seeing on Qualified con artist. You're not seeing people who are as far as we know, under investigation by the FBI. I mean, it just makes you realize all the misfits that Donald Trump appointed office and by comparison, this is that was really the Trump really had the Z team. This is really the 18. I mean, it's really striking to me from Tony Blinken on down, they are all incredibly qualified with decades of experience deep knowledge of foreign policy deep commitment of American leadership. And just as importantly, they also know show by and they brought with them for a long time. And that's going to be a key advantage because there is going to be a trust and confidence in that team that you don't see a amid the back biting of the Trump administration. That's Republican turncoat. So former Republican, you know, turned Democrat Max Boot who's never seen a war he didn't like for other people to fight. And now he's talking about how great the Biden foreign policy team will be. I want to bring somebody in who was going to Ah, shake it up by dropping some truth bombs here about what the swamp with the establishment foreign policy team would be under Biden, but also just more generally. For it seems like they want us to forget the lessons we've learned under four years of Trump about what does work. We got our friend Har Sanae with this now David Harsanyi of National Review where he's a senior writer. David Great to have you always great to be here. Thanks for having me. So let's let's start with the name people before we get into the the philosophy of a would be bide in foreign policy, and I think it's I think this is an area where there's a lot of bipartisan crossover in terms of what's wrong. Let's start with with who he's named and what your thoughts are about the people that Max Boot clearly not the A team is calling the 18. Yeah, I mean, I love that Max. Boot says that that that was the Z team. The team that brought or helped, at least, you know, bring about Four or five potential peace deals in the Middle East that he would be raving about. It had have been Obama or if it had been bite, but or would be Biden, Antony Blinken or Tony Blinken to be who we met Who we think you match. And as essentially has the perfect swamp resume. I think he you know, he went to an Ivy League school. He worked for Clinton. You worked for Obama. He was a lobbyist. He was, You know, the Senate on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee with Democrats ran it. I believe Has literally been wrong about every single issue by the standards that he himself said wrong on Russia when he was mocking Mitt Romney and all that was going on, you know, by his own. I don't know that Resets a bad idea with Russia, but that's his own. You know his own words one on Syria, where he wants more troops wrong on Iraq, where he was part of the decision making that went into going to Iraq for Joe Biden Wrong on Israel in the Middle East in a huge way. Biden carry all these people have been around forever say that there couldn't be any peace. If we didn't first go through the Palestinians and even the Arab League and even the Gulf states. The Sunni Gulf states are now Abandoning the P l O and find Hamas and moving forward making peace with Israel. Now, you know whether you think it's a good deal or not, That's a separate story. Well, what it is, but does show is that Biden's team these these professionals that are not the Z team, but the a team and deeply steeped and all the theories and understanding of the Middle East were wrong about everything. And yet they get to run everything and no one ever questions. You know, no one ever questions them simply because it's credential is, um, they have all the right credentials. You know, David, I've worked as a as a research associate of research in turn. Had a number of foreign policy. Think tanks in my in my formative years and then was was at the CIA, which is kind of like the government's little secret foreign policy. Think tank. Right, But a lot of you get the people come in with the same kinds of credentials. You know you go toe these international relations schools, everything, which one reason why the CIA and intelligence community is actually so full of leftist because They tend to self select for other people that you know, went toe. You know Harvard or Columbia and they do these international relations schools where they really don't learn very much. By the way. It's really just indoctrination into the BBC NPR view of global foreign policy and that's that's what you actually learn in those places. But but you're you're writing and I think this is important for everyone to think about Now. We were told that Trump foreign policy because he didn't have experience in that arena and the people he brought in were somewhat non traditional means. Some of them were people that work in this in the past. Trump's foreign policy has been mostly successes. He did not get a deal with North Korea. So let's just get that in a way, and he tried and sometimes I think the stuff he said, was a little weird about Kim Jong. Un but still But in terms of wars disasters, terrible stuff happening in a foreign policy sense. How can we view the trump foreign policy is anything other than Extremely improved upon based on what we have with the Obama foreign policy, right? I forgot to mention Libya where we went in, basically for the Europeans to try, you know, which was a disaster as well, which Barack Obama and his autobiography said was a disaster. And he says that it was Biden's Biden's team and Blinken, who We're part of the strong voices convincing him to do it because he never takes credit for anything. He does wrong, of course, but he didn't go to Congress by the way to do it. And that's another aspect of the social quickly mentioned. You know when. When I read all these stories about how great how America's back, it's all about Europe, right? It's all very Eurocentric. The world is a big place. We have a lot of other places to deal with, in a lot of other allies. Around the world. But you're doing what France and Germany want us to do seems to be really what they're talking about, like going into Libya, like joining the Paris accords, which will be ratified by the European Union, but not by the United States Senate where it should be if it's a real treated. Of course, the media will say nothing already see all the scene, folks, you know, celebrating how we're going to be, you know, back out there doing what we've done for 35 years. Never once saying, you know, we haven't been in a war during this last 54 years. You know that wasn't started earlier. Um Then we have another way. Just just to follow up on them or speaking of David Harsanyi of National Review should read it. Review dot com..

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"max boot" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:17 min | 11 months ago

"max boot" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Because when it comes to the fight for truth, the fuck never saw Think they're all outstanding. I mean, what really stands out to me. Brianna's The fact is that you're not seeing grifters. You're not seeing unqualified con artist You're not saying People who are far as we know, under investigation by the FBI. I mean, it just makes you realize all the misfits that Donald Trump appointed office and by comparison, this is that was really the Trump really had the Z team. This is really the age. I mean, that's really striking to me. From Tony Blinken on down, they are all incredibly qualified with decades of experience, deep knowledge of foreign policy, deep commitment of American leadership. And just as importantly, they also know Joe buying. They brought with them for a long time, and that's gonna be a kidney. Because there is going to be a trust and confidence in that team that you don't see amid the back biting of the Trump administration. That's Republican turncoat. So former Republican, you know, turned Democrat Max Boot who's never seen a war he didn't like for other people to fight. And now he's talking about how great the Biden foreign policy team will be. I want to bring somebody in who was going to Ah, shake it up by dropping some truth bombs here about what the swamp what the establishment foreign policy team would be under Biden, but also just more generally. For it seems like they want us to forget the lessons we've learned under four years of Trump about what does work. We got our friend Har Sanae with this now David Harsanyi of National Review where he's a senior writer. David Great to have you always great to be here. Thanks for having me. So let's let's start with the names people before we get into the philosophy of a would be bide in foreign policy, and I think it's I think this is an area where there's a lot of bipartisan crossover in terms of what's wrong. Let's start with with who he's named and what your thoughts are about the people that Max Boot clearly not the A team is calling the 18. Yeah, I mean, I love that Max. Boot says that that that was the Z team, the team that brought Helped at least put, you know, bring about four or five potential peace deals in the Middle East that he would be raving about. It had have been Obama or if it had been bite, but or would be by Anthony Lincoln or Tony Blinken to be who we met Who we think you, Maj. Gen. Essentially has the perfect swamp resume. I think he you know, he went to an Ivy League school. He worked for Clinton. You worked for Obama? He was a lobbyist he was, you know. Uh, senator on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee with Democrats ran it, I believe, And it has literally been wrong about every single issue by the standards that he himself said wrong on Russia when he was mocking Mitt Romney and all that was going on by his own. I don't know that Resets the bad idea with Russia, but that's his own. You know his own words one on Syria, where he wants more troops wrong on Iraq, where he was part of the decision making that went into going to Iraq for Joe Biden Wrong on Israel in the Middle East in a huge way. Biden carry all these people have been around forever say that there couldn't be any peace. If we didn't first go through the Palestinians and even the Arab League and even the Gulf states. The Sunni Gulf states are now Abandoning the P, L O and Hamas and moving forward making peace with Israel. Now you know whether you think it's a good deal or not, That's a separate story or what it is, but does show is that Biden's team these thieves, professionals that are not the Z team but the a team and deeply steeped and all the theories and understanding of the Middle East were wrong about everything. And yet they get to run everything and no one ever questions. Uh, you know, no one ever questions them simply because it's credential is, um, they have all the right credentials. You know, David, I've worked as a as a research associate of research in turn. Had a number of foreign policy. Think tanks in my in my formative years and then was was at the CIA, which is kind of like the government's little secret foreign policy think tank, right. But a lot of you get to see people come in with the same kinds of credentials. You know you go toe these international relations schools, everything, which one reason why the CIA and intelligence community is actually so full of leftist because They tend to self select for other people that you know, went toe. You know Harvard or Columbia and they do these international relations schools where they really don't learn very much. By the way. It's really just indoctrination into the BBC NPR view of global foreign policy and that's that's what you actually learn in those places. But but you're you're writing and I think this is important for everyone to think about Now. We were told that Trump foreign policy because he didn't have experience in that arena and the people he brought in were somewhat non traditional meet. Some of them were people that work in this in the past. Trump's foreign policy has been mostly successes. He did not get a deal with North Korea. So let's just get that in a way, and he tried and sometimes I think the stuff he said, was a little weird about Kim Jong. Un but still But in terms of wars disasters, terrible stuff happening in a foreign policy sense. How could we view the trump foreign policy is Extremely improved upon based on what we have with the Obama foreign policy. I forgot to mention Libya where we.

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"max boot" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

06:23 min | 11 months ago

"max boot" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Brianna's The fact is that you're not seeing grifters. You're not seeing unqualified condors. You're not seeing people who are as far as we know, under investigation by the FBI. I mean, it just makes you realize all the misfit that Donald Trump appointed office and by comparison, this is that was really the Trump really had the Z team. This is really the a team. I mean, that's really striking to me from 20 blanket on down. They are all incredibly qualified with decades of Experience deep knowledge of foreign policy, deep commitment of American leadership. And just as importantly, they also know Joe by and they brought with them for a long time. And that's gonna be a key advantage because there is going to be a trust and confidence in that team that you don't see a amid the back biting of the Trump administration. That's Republican turncoat. So former Republican, you know, turned Democrat Max Boot who's never seen a war he didn't like for other people to fight. And now he's talking about how great the Biden foreign policy team will be. I want to bring somebody in who was going to Ah, shake it up by dropping some truth bombs here about what the swamp what the establishment foreign policy team would be under Biden, but also just more generally. For it seems like they want us to forget the lessons we've learned under four years of Trump about what does work. We got our friend Har Sanae with us now. David Harsanyi of National Review where he's a senior writer. David Great to have you always great to be here. Thanks for having me. So let's let's start with the name people before we get into the the philosophy of a would be bide in foreign policy, and I think it's I think this is an area where there's a lot of bipartisan crossover in terms of what's wrong. Let's start with with who he's named and what your thoughts are about the people that Max Boot clearly not the A team is calling the 18. Yeah. Mean, I love that Max. Food says that this that was Z team. The team that brought or helped, at least, you know, bring about four or five potential peace deals in the Middle East that he would be raving about. It had have been Obama or if it had been bite, but or would be by Anthony Lincoln or Tony Blinken to be who we met Who we think you manage, then essentially has the perfect swamp resume. I think he you know, he went to an Ivy League school. He worked for Clinton. You worked for Obama? He was a lobbyist he was, you know. Uh, the Senate on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee with Democrats ran a table you and it has literally been wrong about every single issue by the standards that he himself said wrong on Russia when he was mocking Mitt Romney and all that was going on by his own. I don't know that Resets a bad idea with Russia, but that's his own. You know his own words well known Syria, where he wants more troops wrong on Iraq, where he was part of the decision making that went into going to Iraq for Joe Biden Wrong on Israel in the Middle East in a huge way. Biden carry all these people have been around forever say that there couldn't be any peace. If we didn't first go through the Palestinians and even the Arab League and even the Gulf states. The Sunni Gulf states are now Abandoning the P l O and find Hamas and moving forward making peace with Israel. Now, you know whether you think it's a good deal or not, That's a separate story. Well, what it is, but does show is that Biden's team these these professionals that are not the Z team, but the a team and deeply steeped and all the theories and understanding of the Middle East were wrong about everything. And yet they get to run everything and no one ever questions. You know, no one ever questions them simply because it's credential is, um, they have all the right credentials. You know, David, I've worked as a as a research associate of research in turn. Had a number of foreign policy. Think tanks in my in my formative years and then was was at the CIA, which is kind of like the government's little secret foreign policy. Think tank. Right, But a lot of you get the people come in with the same kinds of credentials. You know you go toe these international relations schools, everything, which one reason why the CIA and intelligence community is actually so full of leftist because They tend to self select for other people that you know, went toe. You know Harvard or Columbia and they do these international relations schools where they really don't learn very much. By the way. It's really just indoctrination into the BBC NPR view of global foreign policy and that's that's what you actually learn in those places. But but you're you're writing and I think this is important for everyone to think about Now. We were told that Trump foreign policy because he didn't have experience in that arena and the people he brought in were somewhat nontraditional made. Some of them were people that work in this in the past. Transformed policy has been mostly successes. He did not get a deal with North Korea. So let's just get that in a way, and he tried and sometimes I think the stuff he said, was a little weird about Kim Jong. Un but still But in terms of wars disasters, terrible stuff happening in a foreign policy sense. How could we view the trump foreign policy is anything other than Extremely improved upon based on what we have with the Obama foreign policy, right? I forgot to mention Libya where we went in, basically for the Europeans to try, which was a disaster as well, which Barack Obama and his autobiography said was a disaster. And he says that it was Biden's Biden's team and Blinken, who We're part of the strong voices convincing him to do it because he never takes credit for anything. He does wrong, of course, but he didn't go to Congress by the way to do it. And that's another aspect of the social quickly mentioned. You know when. When I read all these stories about how great how America's back, it's all about Europe, right? It's all very Eurocentric. The world is a big place. We have a lot of other places to deal with, in a lot of other allies. Around the world. But you're doing what France and Germany want us to do seems to be really what they're talking about, like going into Libya, like joining the Paris accords, which will be ratified by the European Union, but not by the United States Senate where it should be, if it's a real treated, um Of course, the media will say nothing already see all the scene, folks, you know, celebrating how we're going to be, you know, back out there doing what we've done for 35 years. Never once saying, you know, we haven't been in a war during this last 54 years. You know that wasn't started earlier. Um Then we have by the way, just just to follow up on them were speaking of David Harsanyi of of National Review should read it. Review dot com..

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"max boot" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"max boot" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Are worthy of covering in great detail, and I've said for a long time. I don't mind that the media are hypercritical of Trump. What I mind is that the media are hyper obsequious to Democrats. When it comes to Democrats they carry around his role cop When it comes to trump they carry on the bath. Okay, that you don't get to do that, and then pretend you're objective. That's nonsense. If 90% of coverage of Donald Trump is negative, and 99% coverage of Barack Obama is positive, you're doing it wrong as a so called objective journalists. You say your objective, you're not objective, not in any way, shape or form. Any. The self described heroism of these folks is astonishing. I mean, they they believe that they're heroes. The democracy dies in darkness crowd I'm not putting aside. You know the opinion leaders, the people that the self congratulatory opinion leaders over the Lincoln Project people like Max Boot, so Max boot stuffed with sweet up because it's so Absurd on its face. He tweeted out, Win or lose? Never. Trumpers can hold their heads high We made our best case wrote are most coaching columns produced are most convincing commercials. I know that I left it all out on the field. We all did. The rest is up to voters. Hey, Kevin From the office. I am a hero. That's that's all These folks are our people who sit around on their coffee klatches and talk about what heroes they are for standing up to Trump. But the problem is not next food because who cares? Not Max. Captain Fedor over there and by the way is someone's books on like military warfare are actually pretty good. It's sad. What happened, Max boot. But putting aside Max boot talk about the so called objective media. They're basically acknowledging where they're going Post Trump and the answer is it's getting uglier is getting worse. Okay, is not going to get better. If you believe that the media are going to get better at this after the election, you are sadly mistaken. We're going right back to the era of Barack Obama when the only scan levels of town suits and if you ask Barack Obama hard question it was because you're a racist..

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"max boot" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"max boot" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Me trump has never said that the virus is a hoax and he knows it then he knows there are you know that the virus is a hoax he knows that I know the virus is a virus and that it came from the China calms him that it's running its course and he knows that I have not said that the virus was manufactured by the deep state to be weaponized against her he knows exactly what I mean Max boot does when I say the Democrats and the media have weaponized this news story do you use it again strangles wanted so why why about this what this is so open if somebody of Max boot shoes break in an intelligence saying this is a hoax no match nobody is saying that this virus is a hoax nobody is saying it was manufactured in a lab by anti trump deep staters like you W. is for whatever press what we're saying is what you damn well know is that this is just the latest trump Russia collusion story it's away this phone call you're crazy and presents the latest opportunity to portray trump as incompetent dangerous silly stupid whatever in the way they get rid of him when everything else has failed I I don't understand you will be critical in the fight white gold with this this is so absurd so I don't know what's happening as never Trumpers are out right now really thought I knew but this this just doesn't make any sense whatsoever not was somebody's got maxes I. Q. as bright as it makes its own.

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Trump officials struggle to defend claims of embassy plots

Anderson Cooper 360

06:12 min | 1 year ago

Trump officials struggle to defend claims of embassy plots

"Keeping him on a State Department officials tell C. N. N.'s Kylie Atwood that department personnel involved in embassy. Security were not made aware of any such threats to force specific embassies and they weren't alone. Neither was the secretary of Defense Mark. Asper who spent much of Sunday morning on the Washington talkshows trying to explain the president's it's clan for the president didn't say there was a tangible. He didn't cite a specific piece of evidence. What he says he probably he believes one? I I didn't see one with regard to four embassies so he didn't see a imminent attack on with regard to for embassies that was yesterday today. The president and says it really doesn't matter. The irony is seen in global affairs analyst. Max Boot writes in The Washington Post. There actually are a number of legitimate justifications for killing Sulejmani the president could have turned to you if you weren't so invested in what now appears to be dramatic but increasingly questionable one boot rights what the administration is doing legally and perhaps even strategically justifiable. All trump has to do is come clean with the American people instead. The president seems to be doing the opposite. And when that doesn't work doing this retweeting a doctor photo. The House Speaker and Senate Minority Leader in front of Iranian flag. Big Dresses you see them. Join US now senator. Tim Kaine Democratic. Virginia's introduce the war powers resolution on Iran. Senator Kaine the fact that this ministration when all else fails is trying to come up with an explanation. The Nation has now turned to just insulting Democrats in a way that at the same time. He claims to be standing with the Iranian people. He is draping being. You Know Democrats in in garb that is worn by Iranians and that's an insult according to the president. Well look. He's insulting insulting Democrats but Anderson the real issues. He's insulting all of Congress and the Constitution. The constitution says we shouldn't go to war without deliberation by Congress and when the administration briefers came last week many days after the Sulejmani strike to finally brief us. They were contemptuous of Congress. They acted like we were an annoyance. Rather than we were part of the constitutional framework. The reason that Congress is supposed to declare. War is a so we don't rush into it and be if we're going to order order our best and brightest or risk their lives at risk their health. It should be based upon a debate in full view of the American public. Where we end up saying this is a war? That's in the national interest. The the president wants to insult not just Democrats with stupid juvenile tweets. He's insulting all of Congress by pretending the Congress doesn't doesn't have a role in more making do you. You believe the explanation is coming from the White House specifically the president saying this all the money was targeting four embassies or no no no absolutely not no I think when when the evidence was is presented to us last week in the classified setting. I can't talk about the discussions there but I can tell you this. It added up too far less than an imminent threat. And that's the real key issue. The president can always defend the nation against an imminent attack without seeking anybody's permission. But if he wants to go on offense and wage war against another nation or a group he's got to come to Congress for permission he didn't want to seek permission so they tried to suggest that there was this imminent threat but as you point out it's falling apart. The President President makes up this thing about four embassies. We heard nothing about that. And the State Department itself in the embassies affected were not given notice that they were at risk so money was obviously a you. Know a thug. Killer Rod guy for the deaths of many Americans and many many others what would have been wrong about killing him and and just saying well you know in general he's plots attacks and he plots Actions against US interests. Would that have been okay well. Look here's the situation. It wasn't just the killing. The Sola Mani Anderson it was that they killed him without notifying Congress or seeking congressional national approval when there's never been a declaration of war against Ron and they killed him on Iraqi soil Iraq as an ally of ours and they've objected to the US turning Iraq into a like a coliseum where the US and Iran will wage war to the detriment of Iraqi. So what you've ended up doing is nobody said that souleymane he's gone bad actors. Sure but this president has rushed us to the brink of war where Iran and the United States are now. Inflicting battlefield casualties zero on the other without being a plane with Congress and with the American public we got lied into a war with Iraq in two thousand and two and now everybody realizes is that the administration said there were weapons of mass destruction of the work. The last thing we need to do is to be lied into another war with claims of imminent threats. That didn't exist. The sheer a number of inconsistencies that are routinely coming out of the administration. I mean outright lies whatever you WANNA call it. Are you concerned about the message. It sends sends to both allies and episodes of both I. The allies begged US stick with diplomatic deal against Ron. You curtail their nuclear your program and you've maintained all of your ability to sanction the other behavior so we have we have really messed up our relations with our allies by walking out of a deal that we worked on together with them as well as the president's horrible remarks about so many of our allies. Now we've threatened the relationship with Iraq as you know Anderson this is a relationship shipped the US has earned with blood and treasure sacrificed on behalf of the Iraqis especially in the battle against Isis. And now Iraq is asking the US us to leave the country because we we ignored their objections to doing military strikes on Iraqi soil. So yes we have made our allies mad. We're emboldening our adversaries. Russia Iran and China just a joint naval exercises in the Gulf. These are nations. That don't have a good. The history of relationships with each other but the president's actions are driving our adversaries together and this is exactly why the framers of the Constitution said look war. I should be deliberated about carefully in front of the whole view of the American public because we shouldn't be ordering our troops to risk their lives and health unless Congress is willing to put their thumbprint on it. We don't want this president or any president to take us into an unnecessary war on his

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Trump officials struggle to defend claims of embassy plots

Anderson Cooper 360

06:12 min | 1 year ago

Trump officials struggle to defend claims of embassy plots

"Keeping him on a State Department officials tell C. N. N.'s Kylie Atwood that department personnel involved in embassy. Security were not made aware of any such threats to force specific embassies and they weren't alone. Neither was the secretary of Defense Mark. Asper who spent much of Sunday morning on the Washington talkshows trying to explain the president's it's clan for the president didn't say there was a tangible. He didn't cite a specific piece of evidence. What he says he probably he believes one? I I didn't see one with regard to four embassies so he didn't see a imminent attack on with regard to for embassies that was yesterday today. The president and says it really doesn't matter. The irony is seen in global affairs analyst. Max Boot writes in The Washington Post. There actually are a number of legitimate justifications for killing Sulejmani the president could have turned to you if you weren't so invested in what now appears to be dramatic but increasingly questionable one boot rights what the administration is doing legally and perhaps even strategically justifiable. All trump has to do is come clean with the American people instead. The president seems to be doing the opposite. And when that doesn't work doing this retweeting a doctor photo. The House Speaker and Senate Minority Leader in front of Iranian flag. Big Dresses you see them. Join US now senator. Tim Kaine Democratic. Virginia's introduce the war powers resolution on Iran. Senator Kaine the fact that this ministration when all else fails is trying to come up with an explanation. The Nation has now turned to just insulting Democrats in a way that at the same time. He claims to be standing with the Iranian people. He is draping being. You Know Democrats in in garb that is worn by Iranians and that's an insult according to the president. Well look. He's insulting insulting Democrats but Anderson the real issues. He's insulting all of Congress and the Constitution. The constitution says we shouldn't go to war without deliberation by Congress and when the administration briefers came last week many days after the Sulejmani strike to finally brief us. They were contemptuous of Congress. They acted like we were an annoyance. Rather than we were part of the constitutional framework. The reason that Congress is supposed to declare. War is a so we don't rush into it and be if we're going to order order our best and brightest or risk their lives at risk their health. It should be based upon a debate in full view of the American public. Where we end up saying this is a war? That's in the national interest. The the president wants to insult not just Democrats with stupid juvenile tweets. He's insulting all of Congress by pretending the Congress doesn't doesn't have a role in more making do you. You believe the explanation is coming from the White House specifically the president saying this all the money was targeting four embassies or no no no absolutely not no I think when when the evidence was is presented to us last week in the classified setting. I can't talk about the discussions there but I can tell you this. It added up too far less than an imminent threat. And that's the real key issue. The president can always defend the nation against an imminent attack without seeking anybody's permission. But if he wants to go on offense and wage war against another nation or a group he's got to come to Congress for permission he didn't want to seek permission so they tried to suggest that there was this imminent threat but as you point out it's falling apart. The President President makes up this thing about four embassies. We heard nothing about that. And the State Department itself in the embassies affected were not given notice that they were at risk so money was obviously a you. Know a thug. Killer Rod guy for the deaths of many Americans and many many others what would have been wrong about killing him and and just saying well you know in general he's plots attacks and he plots Actions against US interests. Would that have been okay well. Look here's the situation. It wasn't just the killing. The Sola Mani Anderson it was that they killed him without notifying Congress or seeking congressional national approval when there's never been a declaration of war against Ron and they killed him on Iraqi soil Iraq as an ally of ours and they've objected to the US turning Iraq into a like a coliseum where the US and Iran will wage war to the detriment of Iraqi. So what you've ended up doing is nobody said that souleymane he's gone bad actors. Sure but this president has rushed us to the brink of war where Iran and the United States are now. Inflicting battlefield casualties zero on the other without being a plane with Congress and with the American public we got lied into a war with Iraq in two thousand and two and now everybody realizes is that the administration said there were weapons of mass destruction of the work. The last thing we need to do is to be lied into another war with claims of imminent threats. That didn't exist. The sheer a number of inconsistencies that are routinely coming out of the administration. I mean outright lies whatever you WANNA call it. Are you concerned about the message. It sends sends to both allies and episodes of both I. The allies begged US stick with diplomatic deal against Ron. You curtail their nuclear your program and you've maintained all of your ability to sanction the other behavior so we have we have really messed up our relations with our allies by walking out of a deal that we worked on together with them as well as the president's horrible remarks about so many of our allies. Now we've threatened the relationship with Iraq as you know Anderson this is a relationship shipped the US has earned with blood and treasure sacrificed on behalf of the Iraqis especially in the battle against Isis. And now Iraq is asking the US us to leave the country because we we ignored their objections to doing military strikes on Iraqi soil. So yes we have made our allies mad. We're emboldening our adversaries. Russia Iran and China just a joint naval exercises in the Gulf. These are nations. That don't have a good. The history of relationships with each other but the president's actions are driving our adversaries together and this is exactly why the framers of the Constitution said look war. I should be deliberated about carefully in front of the whole view of the American public because we shouldn't be ordering our troops to risk their lives and health unless Congress is willing to put their thumbprint on it. We don't want this president or any president to take us into an unnecessary war on his

Trump Provides Vivid Details Of Raid That Killed ISIS Leader

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

05:45 min | 2 years ago

Trump Provides Vivid Details Of Raid That Killed ISIS Leader

"A dog he died like a coward he was whimpering screaming and crying and frankly I think it's something that should be brought out so that his followers and all of these young kids that want to leave various countries including the United States they should see how he died he didn't die here he died a coward crying whimpering screaming and bringing three kids with him to die certain death and he knew the tunnel had no end of it it was a it was a closed closed ended a colder closed and tunnel not a good place to be not a good place to be the president of the United States describing the death of Abu Bakar al but got a the about dot a the head of ISIS this weekend who was cornered by our men and dogs and ended up detonating himself with his suicide vest killing not only himself but three children he dragged along with him the president describing is whimpering crying screaming and for some reason now we're getting all this press reporting that doubts that that detail actually happened that a range of Alice the near Times among them Pentagon can't confirm al Baghdadi whimpering the the New York times very is actually skeptical that Baghdatis wise screaming crying a whimpering in his final moments and doesn't know how the president could even know that who cares that's a good question there's there's clearly running from our guys right and even in the times covers it if they do acknowledge that that trump may have heard from the delta guys who did this or their commanders but we're not sure so like okay well once your firm it up then and there was also this beef about like well he wasn't looking at actual live camera footage inside the building he only got overhead camera shots which some pretty amazing I think the times reporting on this suggests that they have you know they have flights overhead drones they've surveillance of the building they have heat signatures on the people who are actually in the building they can track friend ways they can track other people in the building and the set he is so when he's run the presence as described at what he saw was like a movie that sure sounds like it it sure sounds like incredible foot is that he can see if if that's all true and also apparently the guys were in the raid were wearing body cameras showed footage does exist of all one but anyway everyone's been very skeptical that the president had access to anything meaningful which is just so ridiculous like what what do we have to go to these motions we even have a a conspiracy theory being advance this morning by The New York Times that the photograph of president trump in the situation room was not taken during the raid yeah there's a staged electric like a school photo they'll defend sat they got their chairs and they they pose for the camera this all started from pizza house I think his name is pronounced he was the official White House photographer during Barack Obama's administration he claimed without any evidence or reporting to back it up that the raid started at three thirty PM he noted that the photo was taken shortly after five PM trump was golfing at three thirty PM he claims that this photo was stage after the rate actually occurred every piece of reporting since that indicates that the raid started or at least the helicopter left shortly after five the actual raid occurred around seven this is a conspiracy theory correct you don't have any details to support this other than your own insane minds who want to build these types of stories around trump no matter what he does politicized even fact check this and said that there's no evidence to suggest the photo it states not but you know when you got politicized involved in that one there on the president's side but just serious people or verified on Twitter are running around saying well there could be something there shot up uses the same group of people who constantly accuse the president conspiracy theorizing for daring to say that the investigation into him colluding with Russia one is totally unfounded and a total jeopardize ation of our justice system meanwhile speaking of whimpering and crying being doubted Max boot is a columnist who hates trump hates hates hates trump I guess isn't it a few days the Republican anymore RD swear off the Republican Party that's a good question I think he even probably one of those is that I'm no longer a public I hate in any case he's never Trumper yes Sir he tweeted this yesterday your column to go with his tweet not be here really quick trump could not have heard whimpering and crying because there was no audio and asper and lily refused to confirm those details the assertion about Daddy died as a coward was contradicted by the fact that rather than be captured he blew himself up wait wait a second Max boot is your contention really that isis is way braver than we realized it's like is it is your loading for trump show strong that you have to defend the leader of ISIS in his final moments is that really what animates you clearly the Fedor as cutting off blood flow to his brain does were fedora I did that I thought was important to mention what a name Max boot an early in any and then he tweeted he deleted that tweet after he came in for a round of condemnation of course and he said an earlier version included a sentence questioning whether trump was right to call Baghdadi account work that was removed because wrongly convey the impression that I consider Bob dotty courageous as I read Sunday by Daddy was a second a brave man I don't know kinda seem like you said he was being courageous in that moment

"max boot" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

08:58 min | 2 years ago

"max boot" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"Talking yesterday about war however maybe in the day before you know he was he was asked by Cole a white hen said too much about Syria the reason is because bad president trump has announced that to he doesn't want American troops in this area and everyone in the in in the Washington establishment Lindsey Graham is been generally supportive of of trump as is now mandate him and all kinds of other forces on just the Democrats but Republicans in particular our upset about this and I found when I only saw his rally you know the president is very funny so when he's doing is like impressions of P. to struck and Lisa page of the love bug F. B. I. agent sees very funny but the most moving part of that speech in Minneapolis was when he talked about his visits to Walter Reed hospital out when he talked about having to write letters to the parents of slain American soldiers and he was very serious we don't actually often see that side of of president trump up but I'm I'm well and he's got twenty thousand people that and often times when you got twenty thousand people and you're talking to them for just shy of two hours and the laughing it up in your content up it's very hard to persuade them to then goes stale and listen to you saying something deadly serious for a few minutes and he did he spoke seriously and soberly about the cost of waging endless war on old kinds of pin pricks around the map in which generally speaking many Americans are on in the least Inc trusted in and actually cannot identify any national interest in any national interest and it was interesting to me that the biggest applause line in the entire speech was when he got to the end of that section and said that was why he wasn't going to go in for these endless walls and he was gonna bring American troops home at all those people who are arguing the opposite nice say that with some respect for Lindsey Graham because I'm I'm on the foreign policy guy I'm as always Sam basically in nineteen century imperialist a hundred years after my sell by date by which I mean that I think great powers have to assess them influence around the world well they will cease to have influence we have been in that same year is actually a very good example of why the American people and in particular the Republican base and that's why I would invite all the so called neo cons what have you mean by that all the so called interventionists all the people like Max boot and Lindsey Graham to listen to that American applause and trying to figure out what that that cheer at the Minneapolis rally what it means by twenty thousand people sharing an American president for saying he's gonna be bringing American troops home from Syria it means at the very minimum you have failed to make your case to the American people you come just Harry on sending boots on the ground here there and everywhere unless you bring the popular will and popular opinion with it we've been delivering in Afghanistan for eighteen years we fought a brilliantly at the anniversary I think was yesterday or the day before the eighteen th anniversary so from now all people who want full people who want born when we went into Afghanistan a going to be deployed to Afghanistan think about that for a minute think about that for a minute people who one born on nine eleven I'm going to be donning the uniform and being shipped out to Afghanistan and if you think that is the wrong thing to do you have a duty to explain it to the people a because you cannot have war divorced from popular well known in free societies so then we have Afghanistan if you say well we for why did we go into Afghanistan the that's simple because they gave aid and comfort to Osama bin laden and al Qaeda and al Qaeda use the camps they had in Afghanistan I know some of bin laden and mullah Omar what tied together like this and they use those the the support they were given in Afghanistan to kill three thousand people on the eastern seaboard of the United States okay that's fairly simple we've been in Syria you know so it doesn't seem like a long time since our unlike Afghanistan Afghanistan's eighteen is Syria as the president said I is a decade is not quite a decade but it's eight and a half years eight and a half years so it's twice as long as over twice as long as the United States was in the second World War full for example to go back to the last time a wall was full with any strategic clarity I am the will to inflict total defeat upon the enemy so where in Syria for eight and a half years why what are we doing there initially it was part of the Arab spring remember that remember that eight enough years ago the Arab spring up people in Aleppo in a couple of all the times rose up against basher assets the phone malicious and the phone mileages couldn't read the writing on the wall and he was supposed to be toppled and that was the whole idea no one seriously thinks that is the goal now the Russians decided they wanted to keep him as that client the Iranians decided to keep them as that client and they prevailed I don't know why perhaps they meant it more than we did but Obama apparently didn't mean it so no one seriously things the asset ABS family is going anyway that is still in charge in Damascus so who sensor which is a basic question then who signed away on in Syria this is all going to be real we betrayed the Kurds and now Turkey's invading whose there's all kinds of forces in the the Russians are in there the Turks are in there the Iranians are in that you've got the you've got the asset guys you've got the **** you've got these fellas who John McCain I think he wound up actually posing for photographs with whoever the what whether they call Tyree row sham I think they were some guys who he thought were the good guys but turned out to be jihadists and some of them went over there ISIS you've got ISIS that you've got this thing called I think it's called row row Honda or something like that which is in a region of north and east in Syria with as a faction that's that's who signed away on and this is about seventeen different sides Lindsey Graham name three of them and said well we would be letting down the codes we would be we would be he said we would be empowering we would be empowering isis we would be empowering Iran and we would be empowering tacky those SO three different sides of the wall we don't even know so if their role on the that mysteriously turned Lindsey Graham their role on the same side whose side are we on in Syria whose side are we on in Syria and I say this to any of those who think we need boots on the ground in Syria we need boots on the ground in Yemen we need boots on the ground and Chad we need boots on the ground in the south sandwich islands whose side are we meant to be on in Syria once the onset of that question what's the on Sir to that question mark signing for rush we will take your cold straight ahead you're listening to the EIB network so there's this guy named Jordan and he's a healthy guy is a dad of six and he works as a guide in Alaska but then he goes to the doctor and he's diagnosed with cancer stage four in here's the thing he had switched from medical insurance to Manisha which is a Christian health care sharing ministry so the question for Jordan and his wife Jenny was is this really.

"max boot" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

06:12 min | 2 years ago

"max boot" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Trust of the peace here he's written a piece Max boot like. the attacks in the first sentence the president inherited more than four hundred million dollars from his father had invested in one failed business after another well that's wrong but okay you can start with that in any event it goes on and on droning self righteously Max boot former Republican former conservative former pro American whatever yes and and the the essence of the story is that he is shocked shocked to find that with all of the stories that he has written the anti trump stories that he himself has written he cannot believe that trump is still in office. how can the president still be in office when Max boot lake has written all of these anti trump stories. twitch is making fun of them genuinely beyond parody is their headline Max boot disappointed that trump remains in office despite all his columns and those sub no it is and people have thoughts because as you might imagine everybody's mocking him for being these media people their egos become crazy is that what you I'm sorry your typing up in a storm of other people typing up the exact same thing and you and your delusional self important world believe that the president of the United States should be removed because of a column or two that you wrote that are that are honestly as they're being called here parity Charles CW cook Max boot is genuinely beyond parody don't get me wrong I love what I do and realize I'm supremely lucky to be able to make my living by writing and speaking about the news of the day I find. contentment in the craft of writing and fulfillment and self expression but I do sometimes wonder what I'm actually accomplishing much of my journalism for the past four years has been devoted to critiquing that's a euphemism president trump and opposing the spread of trump ism no matter how many columns are sound bites I produce he remains in office. I they really need help I give people that need help shouldn't be in politics or in media but it seems that they gravitated to a magnet for people that need help honestly he remains in office. acting as sharpie gate shows more a radically than ever I in a sharpie gate here we go again hi I could ask Max boot series of questions about the Obama administration and he wouldn't know he wouldn't it be completely oblivious to because the and read it in The Washington Post so one. Charles CW kept I've written the same column every three days for four years and still have an old overturn the last election I mean this really is just is just these these people can I just say. these people. that's our media they they think that's I don't know journalism is that what they think. yeah and you know they sent a reporter The Washington Post Alabama to cover a story that isn't big because because they're a political organization and not a news organization and that's the that's the short version of that we have some job let's go to Joe Biden audio because you can't get enough of Joe Biden any time any time but let's let's see where we have a lunch bucket show we used so Charlton Heston from Soylent green let's go to sell but number five this is this is a fun one he this is kind of strange and maybe psychosexual I don't know its lunch bucket Joe he was says speaking to a crowd of confused people because they left their home got their cars drove some place parked and went in to see a Joe Biden event so I there may know certified pre confused and or pre certified as confused and he referred to president trump in kind of an unusual way that this this psycho sexual thing lunch bucket Joe Donald John trump is reelected. forty is slim. Freudian slip no Sir Frey said Sir Fred I think he's real Freudian I think it's called a Freudian slip but wait a minute we when you refer to Donald Trump as Donald Trump. what part of that as Freudian does that mean you want to have sex with them but Dahlan Donald Trump is reelected. forty is slim they all laugh. if they didn't land he wouldn't have noticed that he just called him Donald Trump but what what do you think you'd called Donald how you think somewhere in the recesses of his brain because the Democrats there's a lot of gender confusion these days they shouldn't be allowed to participate in discussions about gender. well amongst themselves perhaps. and then lunch I said but the. tell hump when white why would that come to mind you're a strange man lunch bucket Joe Biden the matter with you. he gets everything wrong many tried to use the word existential because you know that the climate crisis as The Washington Post on CNN referred to it because the party issued the talking points on the phrasing and the glassy eyed zombie army that is the American news media immediately adopts whatever language whatever terms phrases are issued by the Democratic Party regarding all of their sacrosanct causes. whether being if not first I mean really everything comes after abortion but then there is the secular apocalypse and we know because we are told they have the existential crisis and where we're in its the but I guess that was the phrase they kept using over and over and over and over again and here's lunch bucket Joe trying to say complicated word and not doing very well Donald Trump does.

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"max boot" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:38 min | 2 years ago

"max boot" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Was for we were just in the air Max boot talking about World War two world politics here on this beautiful Sunday national whiskey sour day I had to look it up not not the day by I didn't I didn't I don't know what goes into a why do now what goes into a whiskey sour I like whiskey Scotch specifically what goes into a whiskey sour I am the some of our stuff yes our stuff right like let me choose or something yeah like citrus stuff and you know and sweeteners and some you know they looked it up well I did but I wasn't I just you know you know me I just like single malt straight yep no Weiss just there it is there yeah just just lemon juice Bourbon and simple syrup there you go I I'm not against it it's just I'm not familiar with most mixed drinks because I'm not a mixed drinks guy I tend to be a purist that's not a brag it's just a simple mine and so there it is it's also national banana split day and I think Bella was supposed to bring in some banana splits but I see nothing in front of me here we seem to have a lot of people who work for this radio station who were supposed to bring food in and don't certain days I notice it and you can carry in channel line yeah counseling constant neglect to their clearly you poor I'm just one house yeah I'm just saying let's let's stay out in front of it any time we have a national day on a Saturday or Sunday ballot let's just if there's food involved you know for the sake of the audience there's always food involved let's just sample it for the sake of the audience I feel like we have an obligation to keep people informed all right moving on we're talking about the greening your home green building today end so before the break I alluded to the fact that there's a problem with green building as there is in every kind of trend that has catchy marketing or beneficial marketing nuances connected to it and that is when big companies and corporations get involved they would love to glam on to that that moniker we're green or this material is green or this process is green it's a lot like what has happened in the organic food industry where you don't hate I love the idea that organic food is becoming more and more commonplace but also organic purists notice that to win big businesses and corporations get involved they want that marketing hit but they also need to start altering the definition of what organic means so that they can use it legally but not necessarily have to go all the way it's not an uncommon thing we all know that's the story well green building is kind of the same thing one of the problems is not just corporate greed okay and Lange that aside but one of the problems is that not everybody agrees on what green really means when it comes to building it's not like there's a hard and fast set of rules not even green builders agree from one to the other I'll give an example front that I've I think I mentioned before an example would be a composite synthetic deck material now I'm not talking about the fully plastic there's really been the kind of three things that you can use for decking boards on your outside deck you can use real wood which by the way if it's sustainably harvested is green because it follows the cycle that eventually when that deck is dismantled or eventually just deteriorates it decomposes and goes back into the earth from whence it came okay that is a green cycles what we call cradle to cradle from the earth and back to the earth again a full circle then you've got composite decking end up plastic vinyl decking now vinyl decking which is PVC essentially that can be recycled that it's never going back into the earth because it's a completely synthetic material but if it can be recycled then enters this other cycle of manufacturing greenness which is industry to industry circle so once it's of like aluminum once aluminum as mean as been mind out of the added the earth right it's not going back in and nobody's bearing it back in the ground but if we keep re using aluminum we can just keep turning it into the next version of the next thing so vinyl decking works that way as well it's my least favorite kind of decking because I think it's **** ugly but never the less vinyl Dick now composite decking which is a mixture of PVC and would sawdust of synthetic decks does look the best I think when it comes to synthetic deck materials but composite decking which is claim to be green because it's made from recycled materials it's made from recycled shredded PVC combined with sawdust from sawmills in that sense I guess it's green but the problem is when you got what all by itself it can deteriorate into the ground when you've got vinyl or PVC all by itself it can be melted down and recycled but when you have a mixture of wood and PVC it can never be recycled and it will never deteriorate into the earth again so now we are locked into a material that is a one off and nothing else can ever be done with it other than simply throw it away in my opinion that's not the best definition of green so the greening of manufacturing it simply is an issue for the consumer you and die keep looking at the materials and ask the big questions where did it come from where does it go how does it fit into the cycle of green now when we come back I'm gonna talk a little bit more about this idea of cradle to cradle the industrial cycle and the and the the decomposition cycle just to give you it's too simple tools or frameworks in your head were you can judge how green a material is and then let's talk about how we green up our house and end up saving ourselves some serious money that and more when we come back you're listening to home with dean sharp the house was for Amy king has.

"max boot" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"max boot" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"This guy back he's got a funny name name is Max who sounds like a cartoon character from World War two he likes to wear ray skinny brimmed fedora and horn rimmed glasses he looks like he's from the nineteen fifties to is to be on the side of righteousness and then something went terribly wrong Max boot as a Twitter account to you probably shouldn't he tweeted in support of none other than freight Cuomo freddo reports fake news constantly he's just he's a professor of fake news that's his job Max boot tweeted appalling attack by the president is because the president tweeted what a joke Cuomo is and Fred and I could step polling attack by the president on one of America's most respected journalists fearless he calls him for what he's fearless he's a like a brain disease to steroid bomb who was verbally attacking someone for the slightest of slights the finesse of slights freddo war war war war war war war and here comes Max boot now what is my does makes good type of The Washington Post our summer where I don't know where he is anymore one of America's most respected journalists of fearless and eminently sane truth teller I am proud to work with that CNN he works at CNN but nobody ever season because he's on CNN we cannot accept as normal these kinds of attacks on the free press it had nothing to do with the free press the president's mocking Cuomo would have nothing to do with a free press it was a personal mockery and they just can't stand it they just boy they can they just can't stand being mocked very thin skinned.

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"max boot" Discussed on Left, Right & Center

Left, Right & Center

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"max boot" Discussed on Left, Right & Center

"On on deficit reduction in and yet most of the fear seems to be whether he's going to draw voters away from the democratic candidates. And so I guess I just need a little more prove it on where this constituency for a a Howard Schultz candidacy actually is in in terms of Booker. I think it'll be interesting on a couple fronts because he he he will bring to the table both a sort of proudly centrists and moderate approach to public education. You know, he bought it all the way on charter schools in this time and the Newark city government, and yet on the other hand is maybe maybe the farthest to the left on criminal Justice, which is another issue that democratic Motors tend to care a lot about so his it'll be difficult and in some ways reconcile. His candidacy ideologically, and so sort of which which areas end up having the most salient for him with voters, and whether whether voters are able to kind of accept some of those in word ideological contradictions. I think will be interesting to watch don't Scott as a reporter at vox. He covers healthcare and politics Dylan. Thanks for joining us. Thank you still with me are on the left. Liz Brunner of the Washington Post and on the right rich Lowry of national review. And now it's time for tweet of the week. Sometimes it only takes one hundred forty characters or maybe two hundred eighty two still the spirit of the week. Liz Brunner, what's your Twitter the week? My colleague max boot had a tweet about how our involvement in in Afghanistan. We should take some hints from our our own domination of native Americans that tweet resulted in a column about having the Twitter mob. Come for you. There's something instructive there. But I'll I'll leave it to listeners rich Lowry. What's your Twitter tweet is from Brit Hume about a Washington Post headline the other day, which was quote as Democrats talk liberal. Missions GOP, pounces and Hume tweeted, I wonder if the editors at the Washington Post, no fence lists have any idea that such headlines have been an object of ridicule for years. Among conservatives, the focus as always has never the behavior of the left only, the reaction to it on the right? My tweet comes from Bill Mitchell who is the Twitter famous Trump superfan who partly became famous by being right? When almost nobody else was that Donald Trump was going to win the Republican nomination. Bill Mitchell thinks everything Trump does he does for reason for a good reason. And so when Trump caved on wall funding, he tweeted out a diagram of ships sailing into the wind and having to tack back and forth in order to do that. And he says when you're sailing into the wind, you don't go straight ahead of euro, go backwards just because Trump tax doesn't mean he's going the wrong way. I've been talking with Liz Brunner at the Washington Post and rich Lowry of national review, we will be back with former ambassador James Dobbins to talk about Afghanistan. They're listening to left right and center. Join the conversation on our Facebook page or tweet us at L RC KCRW. Hugh stream all episodes of left, right and center and other great shows at KCRW dot com slash podcast..

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"max boot" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

06:20 min | 2 years ago

"max boot" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"What are the results thus far which coffee, do you prefer Dunkin donuts or Starbucks Dunkin now more than ever done confirmed as well ninety two percents, they Dunkin donuts is where it's at our Bruce. I gotta know, you know, I've been on sixty minutes a couple of times, and as I said earlier in the show, they did everything but asked me to wear a black hat. You know? I mean, how how to where do I go to get a puff piece like like Howard Schultz dead last night stocking to happen. So don't wait for it. There's actually some news about the Schmidt Schultz campaign how he has hired Republican strategist Steve Schmidt. One of the one of the dumbest people in American punditry who renounced his Republican party membership just a few months ago. Good Steve Steve Schmidt is he he's cute. He trump. He's more demented than Ana Navarro. If that's possible. He or max boot, you know. I mean, he's totally crazy. Why would you hire him? He he he managed didn't he manage the John McCain campaign? I don't know if he managed, but I know he he worked for him. But all the Democrats who are worried about Schultz being a spoiler stand-down because we just proved his utter lack of political judgment in hiring. Steve Schmidt, but he's going to be easy to counteract anyways a businessman. He's wealthy. He lives behind a wall. I mean, you're going to go after him anyway. So he's not going to be. I wonder how many I wonder how many he had the higher to come up with the story that his father beat him. You know? I mean, I know the in terms of victimhood that's like that's like a three or four the deck. But I guess it's better than nothing. Right. Yeah. He had to come up with something. And that was the best. He could do you know Harris is starting to look a little bit stronger like the first candidate to sort of emerge. From demographics are at least from my perspective. Yeah. But she the thing about her as though, you know, it's very early for one thing that I don't think you want to be the front runner that early. And the other thing is she, you know, the Washington the LA times was promoting her hometown newspaper, etc. Home state newspaper and they're saying, oh, she's a front row, but she's still in single digits. You know, I mean, I I don't know. She's got a little too early to fill flex. She's got a little bit of momentum. And especially in a crowded field to to jump out front is a good thing. You know, if you're running, and I don't think that I don't think Elizabeth Warren that herself any favors now with her with her wealth confiscation scheme. I mean, it's not a tax. It's a it's a it's confiscation. And it's it's it's it's Venezuela. Like, I mean, I think France tried this in twenty two thousand six and all they got was, you know, most of the rich people who could afford to get the hell out of the country got the hell out of the country. You know this. This isn't going to help the economy, and and you know, Bruce how much are your radio stations. If your radio stations are worth fifty million bucks. Nine million bucks. How much how much are they? Well, you know what I'm looking at here. So who who's going to buy your radio stations or your farm or your business or anything else? If if the government is taking away two percent of it every year. It's insane. Well, the majority of people that don't pay tax really don't care about that. So that's not going to be an issue. Let me let me change the subject for executive affirmative. I ask you a question. If you were Trump, would you have accepted, the invitation to speak in congress or might you have made a stand, and yes, I would have accepted. It wouldn't you know, you would not have no I would have gone out and had my own speech and. Know because frankly, think she won this volley in many ways, even though she did nothing other than. Responsible. Right. No. She was like she was like a kid who, you know. She the kid the parent told the kid to go stand in the corner, and she didn't stand in the corner and the parent, you know, I had no choice, but to let the kid out because there were guests coming over for dinner repor when the other parent in the neighborhood says, oh, isn't she a sweetheart and tells everybody else sweetheart like the press does there's no way for him to to look good. And then again, Bruce, I I understand what you're saying about the press, and it is a daily irritant than in all it's more than I ever you look at the poll numbers today and Trump is like forty six forty seven percent Nancy Pelosi is at twenty eight percent. So you know in spite of twenty four seven lionization beatification of Nancy Pelosi. Most people aren't buying it. I agree. The supporters are firm. The problem is is that it does affect swing voter that independent and he needs them to win and the Republicans need him to win and they're not winning them over and they're not creating an argument to win them over. And the press is having an impact listen frequency works. We both know that we're in the media, and the more the more they say the same thing. Same ugly stuff every day everywhere. It has an impact. And I think it's having a big impact are truly do. I think I think we're starting to see the effects of the continued frequency of negative press that that he's getting well he's been getting it for almost jewelry and a half years. Now, you're finally steadily and NEC's he's still hanging in there. But it's hard to serve judges. We have an economy that's doing better than it was we have two new supreme court justices. I mean, you know, you can't you can't just roll up into. A book of the fetal position, and and let them let them hit. You know? I I agree. But it's it's getting harder and harder for him to win the battle in the court of public opinion on any issue, and that will have we'll take a toll overtime as it has been. Well, I'm gonna be interested in seeing what he says it's a state of the union has he has a good record. You know, look at the St Louis townhall debate in two twenty sixteen. He looked like he was down and out and he came back and he took Hillary right down. And I'm not gonna I'm not gonna count him out. And again, I mean what what alternative do we have? You know, you you you gotta you gotta go with.

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"max boot" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

07:16 min | 2 years ago

"max boot" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Because they wanted to maintain the respective the Washington establishment. And the Washington media. I mentioned that we're now into week five of the narrative that I in a golf shirt and a Florida am running the country a media montage, and let me tell you who the participants in this one artists from over the past weekend. We have pencil neck Adam Schiff out there. The Washington Post columnist max boot, joy Reid PMS NBC. Former congressman Brad Miller democrat, North Carolina. Journalism NBC Ron Allen former Senator Bob Kerrey, Chris Matthews. Democrats Steve Cohen, congressman, Tennessee, Democrats strategist, Keith boykin. Former congressional democrat press secretary Rochelle Ritchie. Former Bernie Sanders campaign communications director, Simone Sanders. David corn from mother Jones and New York one has a guy in here is that Monte emergency. Is that he was criticized by Rush Limbaugh. The president is basically the hostage of space. He is listening to Rush Limbaugh. He so afraid of Rush Limbaugh that he feels paralyzed and Kanak the peers that Trump cannot give on anything or he will lose. Rush limbaugh. When Rush Limbaugh said that he was going to pay a political price. He turned around and said don't the bird really is on the president. Are you willing to reach agreement that Ann Coulter and Rush Limbaugh gonna like he's facing a two front war? He's guy. Rush Limbaugh and culture coming in from one side Pelosi from the other he agreed to it until Rush Limbaugh told him it was wrong. Trump got pressure and pushback from Russ Limbaugh. The only reason that Trump flopped on this entire thing is because Rush Limbaugh. Rush Limbaugh made a stink Ann Coulter. And Rush Limbaugh. They will crucify him. He's very worried. Rush limbaugh. And others are ready to say we are not with you in two thousand twenty I see here again. Fake news. Now, if I were like most hosts, I would be milking this. And I would be prime to make it look like these guys are right? The Trump doesn't do a thing without consulting me. I, but this is so obviously Bs now for those of you who aren't aware I'm gonna tell you what happened here. Just so you will know how everybody here is knowingly. And that's the key. They know they're lying. Everybody about this. This is all about impugning Trump's base, not just me. What happened was I'm sitting here minding my own business. And I hear that Trump is about ready to sign a continuing resolution to keep the government open that did not have any money from the wall in it. Well, it turns out wasn't true. But that's what I was hearing what I had been told. So I'm talking about it right here on the radio real radio real radio announcer talking about it. And I'm expressing shock and dismay. And I think this can't happen. This is this this this this can't happen. When the middle of this literally while I'm speaking my phone has an alert go off. And it is a message from somebody who is with the president. And the message is this isn't true. The president of isn't going to sign the continuing resolution that doesn't have money for the wallet. The message to me was whatever you're hearing is not true. Now, the media is portraying this the exact opposite. And they keep creating montages based on it this way. What the media is saying is that Trump was in the process of signing. And then I started complaining about it on the radio and somebody ran into the Oval Office and warned Trump that I was really unhappy and was really being critical and Trump stopped and changed his mind and decided not to sign it. That's what they want. You to think happened as I say most host would gladly promote that narrative. To try to make audiences think that they are imminently powerful. I do not have to make you think that you already know it. So I can tell you with great certitude and security that the story they have. And this is week five of this. Now. The truth is Trump was never gonna sign it. He was not in the process of signing. It. And I got a note during this supposed- signing ceremony or the period of time where he would sign it that he had changed his mind because of me, and so this is what the note said, you're got it wrong. He's not gonna sign it whoever's tell you rest assured, and it was somebody direct access to the press was not him. So I mentioned. After the next commercial break. Ladies don't. I just heard just got a message just got a flash note here assuring me from somebody with the president that he's not gonna sign it. Well, the media heard that and they put two and two together knowingly that they didn't have to. And they've now run with it for five weeks. That Trump was going to sign it and didn't win the truth. Is he wasn't going to sign it? Now. This is another glowing glaring. Example of how the media literally makes it up and lies to people and all of their analysts. And it doesn't matter. What network you go to CNN MSNBC, and whatever guests they have whatever analysts. They're all promoting this. And of course, the real purpose of this is to make Trump look like a dodo like he has no idea what he's doing. I can't do anything without being told what to do. It's just a variation on the spin of how you've always been treated from the days this program began you are bunch of mine number robots cannot make up your minds about anything. Don't know. What to think I don't know how to vote until I give you instructions and orders. And now they're simply saying that Trump is a big is among the crowd that on their own incapable capable of independent thought because they don't have any intelligence can't do anything without me. And it's also a way of focusing people that don't listen this program on me as the real obstacle. The whatever it is. That the left wants to happen here. Because I obviously a very good fundraiser for them now Sarah Sanders, the press secretary at the White House late Friday afternoon was interviewed by reporters reporter asked her about all this late. Here's here's the sound bite. Mike.

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"max boot" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

12:39 min | 3 years ago

"max boot" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Public forum dedicated to airing diverse views on important topics of the day some of the harshest criticism of the Trump administration and the president himself is it coming from democratic lawmakers in California or from host of liberal talkshows. Instead, some of President Trump's harshest critics are from his own party longtime conservatives such as max boot. And Rick Wilson, why are these people criticizing instead of supporting president who's achieve many long-sought conservative goals, such as a solid majority on the supreme court or major tax cuts to learn more. We invited max boot. And Rick Wilson to the Commonwealth club to discuss their positions. Max boot a senior fellow at the council on foreign relations was in conversation with Kikuchi do political reporter Marie Llagas later in the hour. We will hear from Republican strategist Rick Wilson. But first, here's max boot. And Marie so logos. In conversation at Hi, everyone. Welcome to today's program at the Commonwealth club. My name is Marissa Lagos. And I am a politics reporter for cake and co host of our show political breakdown, and I am pleased to be your moderator for today's program with me on stage as max boot columnist for the Washington Post senior fellow at the council on foreign relations, and the author of a recent book, the corrosion of conservatism why I left the right max is a New York Times bestselling author and his widely acclaimed for his work in foreign policy and national security in this recent book, he describes his journey leaving the Republican party spurred by his disapproval of President Trump max offers a unique perspective on his own party and analyzes how conservative became what it is today. We are excited to have him here with us today to discuss the book, ladies and gentlemen, please. Join me in welcoming max to the Commonwealth clam. So how do you define conservatism? As you viewed it before you left the right so to speak. Well, it's it's an amorphous term and everybody has their definition to me it what it basically what what conservatives about his dedication to limited government economic opportunity rather than guaranteed economic outcomes. A commitment to American global leadership standing up for the principles upon which our country is founded life liberty and the pursuit of happiness being very inclusive being pro-immigration being very realistic and making policy assessments based on looking at the evidence rather than having an op priority geological commitment. And I saw a lot of those tendencies in the Republican party when I was growing up in the nineteen eighty s and even into the nineties, but not so much anymore and to go back to your earlier question. I think you know, the trends that got the Trump have really you can really see him coming into focus in the nineteen nineties with Newt Gingrich. The creation of Fox News, which I think has been one of the most disastrous developments in modern American political history, and then you had Sarah Palin, then you had the tea party. So all these things have moved the Republican party further and further to the right and away from the kind of conservatism that I believe in and into a sensually white nationalism is what it amounts to. And this is you know, I wish I could say this is not conservatism. But it is conservatism. It's a different kind of conservatism. It's the kind that they've always had in Europe and this country. It's the kind of conservatism associated with folks. Like Joe McCarthy, George Wallace John Calhoun back in the nineteen th century. There is this Pat Buchanan more recently there is this alternative conservative tradition, which I find to be pernicious and dangerous. But that is the one that Donald Trump represents you mentioned earlier that you had advised Senator McCain, do you think he regretted the Sarah Palin decision? He said he did. Yeah. I mean in his last book published a few months before. Died. He in fact said he regretted it he wished he had chosen. Joe lieberman. Yeah. So it seems like there's been a tradeoff made by many folks on the Republican establishment who some of whom used to be your friends. And I know you talk about the fact that you've lost friends that for all of the problems with Trump. It's worth it to get conservative judge judges and justices for example to get the tax cut policy. If they wanted those are different issues, but I guess to start with on the judges issue like how do you view that as somebody who is conservative? How do you view? The recent are hearing smoke and talk about the sexual harassment allegations. But more just like is he in line with what you see as a conservative Justice. And is there any argument, you can see for the tradeoff that's been made like and see how Republicans convinced themselves that the trade off is worth it from my mind. It's not a close call. It's not. Worth it. I've changed my mind on some of these issues. I actually wrote a book about the legal system in the late nineteen ninety s in which I appeared kind of mindlessly a lot of this Republican conservative ideology about the need for original intent in judging the dangers of activist judges and so forth. And I thought about a lot of that in recent years and really realized that Republicans don't really care about the rule of law. They don't really care about original intent there are a lot like the Democrats that they attack they just want policy outcomes out of the judiciary in the case of the rule of law. I mean, it's kind of laughable that Republicans are saying, you know, we need conservative justices to uphold the rule of law when they're looking for those appointments from Donald Trump somebody who was mounting the most full-throated assault on the rule of law in American history. Who's actively committing obstruction of Justice in plain sight. I was in terms of Brad Kavanagh what I wrote it when he was nominated as this guy is is more conservative than I am. I'd be more comfortable with somebody in the. Manner. Anthony Kennedy or Sandra Day, O'Connor kind of a very centrist Justice. But I thought he was very well qualified and I said, hey, I may disagree with this guy. But I think he should be confirmed because he meets the basic qualification tests now changed. Changed my mind after the hearing because I don't think there was ever a full and fair investigation made of Dr Ford's charges against them. But b I was also shaken by his performance at this at the second hearing where okay, I get that. You know, if he feels like he was wrongly accused that he has a right to be outraged. But I feel like he went beyond that into Kara. Kara partisan name calling and conspiracy mongering and charging. This was all payback for the Clinton's that to me does not reveal a judicious temperament. And and I think he is the fact that he's now on the court is going to undermine the legitimacy in the nonpartisan aura that the supreme court needs to have in order to to function effectively. All right one more question on this. And then we can move on. But I just one of the things that has been most sort of shocking to me is the religious rights sort of blind support of Trump. And I assume it's tied in some ways to these this issue of judges and v Wade, and and some of these social issues, but I don't know have you had any conversations that has shed light on that with people that you know, because it's just seems so anti to what they have talked about in the past. Right. It's it's it's confounding basically comes down to is. They are hoping that Trump will appoint judges who will outlaw abortion. Will outlaw gay marriage, basically, legislate their social agenda from the bench and in return for that they're willing to turn a blind eye to the flagrant immorality or maybe a morality of this president. I mean, it's mind blowing to me. I mean, I'm old enough to remember the Clinton impeachment in the nine hundred ninety s and what conservatives and Republicans were saying about Bill Clinton. I mean, I have have a copy and have been rereading Bill Bennett's book, the death of outrage, which came out I think nine hundred ninety eight where he was thundering on that. It doesn't matter that the economy is going great. It doesn't matter that Bill Clinton is is successful on a policy level. He is demeaning our nation. He's destroying our moral fiber. Here's drying us down. We can't have this the so and so as our chief executive, and then I think wait a second people like Bill Bennett, and all these other all these evangelicals. Now, they support somebody who is ten times worse than Bill Clinton. I mean, Bill Clinton was acquired. Oh boy compared to Donald Trump. I mean, what would they be saying if a democrat or caught breaking campaign finance laws to pay off a playboy playmate and a porn star? I mean, can you imagine the kind of meltdown they would be having on Fox News. But because it's Donald Trump. They turn a blind eye to anything any kind of transgression, you could possibly imagine. And they're basically subordinating their religious beliefs to their political agenda. I mean, there's a handful of evangelicals, folks. Like, Pete Wehner and Mike Gerson. I think I've been very eloquent in denouncing what their fellow evangelicals white evangelicals are doing. But to me. I mean, I'm not of the community. But this is not I don't think this is their finest hour and imagine if it had been Barack Obama doing. I mean, that's remember like in the days of President Obama. He was considered a scandal that he wore a tan suit or put his feet up on the desk in the Oval Office. I mean didn't wear a flag pin. Once I think was just the stuff that people were outraged about by Obama, and the things that they're not outraged about Trump is just shows you how cynical and partisan all of this. Is you talk about how you you've viewed politics is about ideas versus party. I was very naive. Partisanship is a sort of laziness in a way because there's this pressure to conform. I mean, are you are you hopeful that you left the party? So maybe that answers the question that Republicans could swing this back in the other direction. I think the only way that Republicans will swing back as if they see that following the Trump approach is not going to be a formula for political success. And that's why as somebody who was a lifelong Republican and is now an independent, not a democrat. Nevertheless, I'm urging everybody to go out there and vote and work for Democrats in the midterm election. Because I think it's essential to elect Democrats not only to get a check and balance Donald Trump, something that Republicans have shown they will not do. But frankly, it's essential to vote for Democrats to save the Republican party from it self because if they are rewarded politically for what they're doing. Now, you're going to have more of this. It's going to get worse. The racism xenophobia, misogyny, all the rest of it is going to be amped up to the degree by by thousand twenty the attacks on minority groups and undocumented immigrants all going to be get. Much much worse. The obstruction of Justice. It's all going to get much much worse, basically included that Republican officeholders have no principles. They just have Paul dumbers. But if the poll numbers change, and all of a sudden, they see the following Trump over the cliff is not necessarily a winning strategy. I think a lot of them are cynical enough to to reverse course. But I you got to convince them that they're not gonna get ahead doing this, and sadly pretty much the entire Republican party at this point has bought into the Trump approach answers the question, I just got which was do you see any current Republicans in congress organizing to counter, the Trump agenda? It seems like most of them just decided to resign. Yeah. I mean, the ones who are unhappy with what's going on or leaving and in part because or large part because they couldn't win reelection like Jeff flake, for example. There's just not been much of a pushback now, my hope is that there will still be some Republican who will be brave enough to take on Trump in twenty twenty. I think there is a chance for somebody to do reasonably well in a state like New Hampshire, John casick, something like that. I mean, it's going to be a suicide mission. They're not going to take away the nomination from from Trump. But nevertheless, a real challenge or it could do some real damage to Trump. I think in the way that for example, from the other side, Pat Buchanan, real damage to President Bush and nine hundred ninety two I wanted to ask you more broadly about the idea of voting rights and the thought had become way before Trump a seeming strategy of the Republican party and a lot of places to actively promote policies that primarily would result in people of color having a harder time voting, and we're seeing this in Georgia right now allegations of it..

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The economics of the new climate report

Climate Cast

03:45 min | 3 years ago

The economics of the new climate report

"Support for climate cast comes from Bank of America financing clean energy initiatives and advancements in renewable energy and spurring innovation in and the growth of environmentally focused companies markets and jobs Bank of America, NA member FDIC, good morning, big climate news and numbers this week. Sixty four percent, that's the percentage of US voters in a Quinnipiac university poll who say more needs to be done to fix climate change and prominent conservative max, boots reaction to the national climate assessment. Open semis. His Washington Post editorial reads, quote, I was wrong on climate change. Why can't other conservatives admitted to that report shows how we're already paying for the impacts of climate change, and those costs will likely go way up Raj Rajon is the director at fresh energy and fellow at the institute on the environment. At the university of Minnesota. I asked him how climate change impacts our current and future economy this. So much focus on the cost of not doing things as opposed to order a cost to actually do things. So if we continued with business as usual here, so many hundreds of billions of dollars of costs associated with this. And that and at the end, it's so counter to a mid western work at the of rolling up sleeves since sort of coming up in the corner. So I think we should focus more on the costs of doing things and where the cost right where the benefits like and with opportunities are. So when you say the cost of doing things, give us some examples, we can think about the cost of mitigation and the cost of I'd application. Fortunately for us in Minnesota. We don't have fossil fuel. So clearly if we had a big fossil fuel industry that industry will face a cost of mitigation, which would be shrinking market, but then a costs associated with actual transition. Right. We have electric power generation, for example. That's that's on a roll market forces are gonna drive it. But. The only thing that's going to hold it back in the midwest. And particularly in Minnesota is policy that's going to be roadblock. So there's gonna be some cost to retooling the policy. There's gonna be some political inertia that we elect to tackle and clearly organizations. Like excel want to keep moving. They wanna move faster than the current framework will allow them to how about fortune five hundred companies. There are many of those based on Minnesota's we know how are they reacting to the trends we're seeing now in what the science says will happen in the next few decades, the private sector is way past debating on. What is causing climate change? Right. The impacts associated that the private sector is experiencing it, and is prepared to move a lot farther than public policy as being willing to move. So companies are a lot father. You see companies that are making commitments right here in Minnesota. The sustainable growth coalition company said we wanna make Minnesota one hundred percent renewable economy even Tate energy, agriculture transportation housing. Those all eighty s where the private sector can pay a very big role in transforming Minnesota into zero carbon economy. Let's talk about the cost that you, and I and the average person are already paying for climate change. How are we already paying for climate change? We're paying for it through health way paying for it through ecosystem services that are suffering. Whether it is recreation, or whether it is nature being affected in a way that it affects water quality, and it affects biodiversity so we paying for it. And a lot of ways that are not immediately obvious because so much of the focus on climate change has been about energy and about elected city and about atmospheric CO two, which is all abstract stuff. The stuff way paying for all stuff that very real to our lives. Roger John director of fresh energy and fellow at the institute on the environment at the U of M. Thanks so much for sharing your perspective today. Might pleasure. Thank you, Paul. That's climate cast. I'm NPR chief meteorologist, Paul hunter.

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Trump Claims Hurricane Maria Response Was “One of Best Jobs That’s Ever Been Done”

Anderson Cooper 360

02:01 min | 3 years ago

Trump Claims Hurricane Maria Response Was “One of Best Jobs That’s Ever Been Done”

"As another massive hurricane millions of Americans in its path. We've been talking about how the president today called the hurricane response in Puerto Rico. One of the best jobs that's ever been done. The job that FEMA and law enforcement and everybody did working along with the governor in Puerto Rico, I think was tremendous. I think the Puerto Rico was incredible. Unsung success really three thousand people. We now know died in hurricane, Maria, and its aftermath numbers. The government only recently aknowledge just by earlier studies that showed thousands had died for more than the official death toll of sixty four back now with max boot. Kirsten powers and Rick Santorum Cureton Senator Santorum had said to comment you made right before the break that comparing, you know, a hurricane in Houston or in Texas to Puerto Rico. It's it's it's difficult to compare given the difficulties of dealing with a an island that had the problems that Puerto Rico had previously, but just the logistics of getting supplies to an island. Yes, they're very different but that. So you can maybe see the outcome would be different because maybe a big effort could be made the same. Effort that you would make for Texas, you would try to make for Puerto Rico, and your outcome might be different because you're dealing with the different situation, but the effort wasn't made. That's the point it wasn't. We're not saying that you know that everything should have gone perfectly. I think what people are trying to say is that there could have been a lot more attention paid to it and could have mitigated a lot of the suffering and a lot of the death that they experienced there, and I and I think the fact of the president continues to talk about this in a way that's just dishonest describing something as a success. That clearly was not a success at a minimum. Just to me shows that it's just not something that he really cares about. Remember, President Bush was pilloried for his response to Katrina. When he said, for example, to the FEMA director, heck of a job brownie, he was seen as being out of touch because eighteen hundred people died and Hurricane Katrina. Well, nearly three thousand people died in hurricane,

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