36 Burst results for "Michael"

Karl Frisch Discusses Biden's Approval Ratings

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:48 min | 4 hrs ago

Karl Frisch Discusses Biden's Approval Ratings

"Political consultant cap on because I get what everybody's saying that Biden's approval ratings are not good, which I'm sorry. I put directly at the media's feet because he has an extraordinary list of accomplishments, best economy in 50 years. Michael mcfaul just said, it was not inevitable that NATO would be more united and expand as a result of Putin's invasion of Ukraine. Potus played a leading historic role in producing this new NATO bravo mister president. You don't see him get credit for that anywhere. Along with anything else that he is, I mean, he is, as we always said, he inherited a Civil War, essentially, the insurrection, right? One of my thinking of Spanish flu whatever COVID was. And The Great Depression. He inherited all of that from Trump. And I just, I guess I'm not surprised at his approval ratings call, but I guess what it's showing in state by state is it's not affecting fetterman was looking great, obviously Warnock is looking great now. I think you know what's interesting. Tim Ryan's real chance. It doesn't look like that. Something similar with Biden that there was with Trump, although Biden is more popular than Trump was. You know, we all scratched our heads when Trump lost but Republicans did okay in the congressional races. Or in a lot of the congressional races. And I think people can separate their views of different people. I think what Biden has going against him is not that he's unpopular. It's that there are some Democrats who are disappointed that more hasn't been done, right? Because they wanted not only a departure from Trump, they wanted everything they've been waiting for. And then reality it's with what Congress can get accomplished with the margins that it

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Fresh update on "michael" discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance

Bloomberg Surveillance

01:15 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "michael" discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance

"City, here's Michael Barr. Thank you very much, Tom Paul. President Biden wrapped up his summit with NATO leaders in Spain, the summit focusing on response to Russia's invasion of Ukraine at a press conference in Madrid, which you heard live right here on Bloomberg. Biden said Russian aggression has made NATO stronger and driven other countries to join the alliance. And we've invited two new members to join NATO. It was a historic act, Finland and Sweden. Two countries with a long tradition of neutrality and choosing to join NATO. The president also said the United States is leading the way in providing military aid for Ukrainian defense. We provided Ukraine with nearly $7 billion in security assistance since I took office. The next few days, we Nintendo announced more than 800 million more, including new advanced western air defense system Ukraine. President Biden went on to say about NATO and attack on one as an attack on all and we will defend every inch of NATO territory. It's a changing of the guard at the Supreme Court after 28 years justice Stephen Breyer will formally pass the torch to catan Ji Brown Jackson today. She will officially become the first black woman on the U.S. Supreme Court. Nearly 50 million Americans are expected to travel this July 4th holiday weekend tomorrow is expected to be a very busy day for air travel. Many travelers are bracing for cancellations and delays and some off duty Delta pilots say they plan to pick its starting today over issues including pay. Live from the Bloomberg broker studios. This is global news. 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts more than a 120 countries, I'm Michael Barr, this is Bloomberg temple. I have spent the morning on the phone trying to straighten out something I didn't screw up with an airline company. Yep. And I must admit their cordial, their patient. I can't imagine what the front lines were given to myself. A few days. I just can't think about campaign enough. I want to talk about David hell you're in London's wonderful article today. Amazon is said to boost United Kingdom football coverage with European UEFA, UEFA I think is how they say that. And this is again streaming. Sure. Coming in. Yeah. And it's just, what's the timeline on this Michael Bloomberg business of sports? Is it tomorrow? Is it two years out? Is it 5 years out? I think the sooner the better. Because everybody is having the same problem of people just cutting the core. It doesn't make a difference whether it's here, whether it's a broad, whatever, everybody's cutting it and streaming is now the way to go and I got to get on the bandwagon because I am way how has it worked out Paul, I watch the tigers beat the Giants on YouTube streaming. Did you win this up? No, no, no, but like there's more and more games and I can't even figure out where that peacock. I don't know how to get to. And you listen to even the Yankees, you know, have taken a bunch of their games that they used to take off of their yes network, which they own. Their regional Sports Network and put them on over there broadcast channel 11, the hearing. They've taken those games, Tom, and like 20 some odd games per season. And they've put them on to Apple plus or something. And so you listen to sports talk radio in New York City and a lot of these old Yankee fans who aren't necessarily facile with the streaming service. So, I mean, everybody's got the same problem. Where do I find this stuff? It's all over the place. There's a big, I don't know, there's a shake out here, you want to call it, there's people got to figure out how to navigate the new environment here. So there's going to be a lot of disruption. And Michael bar and I will remember that one game of the week, which was the NBC Saturday afternoon game. With Dizzy Dean and a guy named spun through better than there's even before cofax, Warren spahn was my hero. The down negative four 88 stay with us markets on the move. This

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Duvall, Wright lead Braves over Phillies, now 21-5 in June

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 16 hrs ago

Duvall, Wright lead Braves over Phillies, now 21-5 in June

"But brave's got a solid outing from right hander Kyle Wright as it took a four one win over the Phillies where it allowed just a woman on three hits that run came in the bottom of the third day solo home run by Reese Hoskins He struck out four to improve his record that I'm in for Atlanta took the lead as they paid a two runs in the top of the fourth They added two more runs in the top of the 7th one of those courtesy of a solo home run by Adam Duvall The goal is always tack on runs You know as you go just to give you some breathing room and we were able to do that late Rangers Suarez took the loss Michael the long go

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Why Doesn't Attorney-Client Privilege Apply to Trump & His Lawyers?

Mark Levin

00:57 sec | 19 hrs ago

Why Doesn't Attorney-Client Privilege Apply to Trump & His Lawyers?

"Why does attorney client privilege not apply To the lawyers who advised the Trump campaign and president Trump and others Why Why was there a jury with three jurors who had donated to the Clinton campaign One juror who had donated to the AOC campaign a 5th juror whose daughter was on the same athletic team as the defendant Michael sussman in front of a lawyer appointed by Obama who was friends with the defendant 20 years earlier as they worked together at the Department of Justice Why Why is there a committee of Congress like no committee in the history of the United States

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Hard-line conservative Reps. Boebert, Miller win primaries

AP News Radio

01:26 min | 1 d ago

Hard-line conservative Reps. Boebert, Miller win primaries

"To have Congress's staunchest conservatives repelled more centrist alternatives to lock up Republican nominations on Tuesday in Colorado one of former president Trump's most Ardent supporters representative Lauren boebert won the nomination in the third congressional district while election denied or Tina Peters lost her bid to become the Republican nominee for Secretary of State to Pam Anderson and a Republican who favors some abortion access Joe O'Day won the Senate primary against a far right candidate in Mississippi a member of Congress who voted to overturn the 2020 election but supported a January 6th the investigation won the Republican runoff in the third congressional district representative Michael guest defeated pro Trump challenger Michael Cassidy in Illinois far right state senator Darren Bailey who got a late endorsement from Trump won the Republican nomination for governor he faces democratic incumbent governor JD pritzker representative Mary Miller a 2020 election denier who has spoken admiringly of Adolf Hitler won her Republican primary and reverend Jesse Jackson's son Jonathan won a 17 candidate democratic primary for an open congressional seat in New York Rudy Giuliani's son Andrew a former Trump White House aide lost the Republican primary for governor to representative Lee zeldin He will take on governor Kathy hochul who won her democratic primary I'm Julie Walker

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Olson homers twice to lead Braves past Phillies 5-3

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 d ago

Olson homers twice to lead Braves past Phillies 5-3

"Metals and hit a pair of home runs including the game winner in the top of the 8th inning They give the Brazil 5 three win over the Phillies Olsen Homer in the top of the first as he followed Trevor star no solo home run with a solo shot of his own The home runs by Olsen or his levithan 12th of the season Darnell also singled in the top of the third to help Atlanta mud and four games of the first place mets in the national league east Kyle schwarber hover for the Phillies Michael luongo Philadelphia

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Michael Stenger, Senate Sergeant-at-Arms on January 6, Dead at 71

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:12 min | 1 d ago

Michael Stenger, Senate Sergeant-at-Arms on January 6, Dead at 71

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Clarence Thomas: An American Hero With Michael Pack and Mark Paoletta

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:36 min | 1 d ago

Clarence Thomas: An American Hero With Michael Pack and Mark Paoletta

"There's a line we're going to play a moment from the confirmation hearing, but Mark, there's a line in that commercial that of the film was probably drilled into my cerebellum more than any other phrase. And when it's when justice Thomas says, I would rather die than to withdraw from this process. Yes. And there is no question that there's not a scintilla of doubt in the listener's ear that he meant that. He meant that he did not care about getting on the Supreme Court at that point. But he was not going to surrender to the facts. No, that's what I mean. He was not going to withdraw. He said, I don't run from bullies. I've never run from bullies. I'm not going to start running from bullies now. And that is just as Thomas entire life, including when he was in these in the Reagan administration. And he was getting attacked by the left, but he's also battling some folks in the Reagan administration. Justice Thomas was going to listen to people and then he was going to do what he thought was right. He's got this great line, actually. This is the kind of stuff in the book that's not in the movie because just in fact, he talks about going up to when he was the EOC chairman. They had 60 oversight hearings. At the eeoc, he had equal employment opportunity commission. Justice Thomas, it was a completely broken agency when he took it over. It was wrong by Eleanor Holmes Norton. It was a disaster, right? He comes in and he cleans it up, even The Washington Post says that he got it running, okay? That's what his job is to do, not to do these virtue signaling, you know, joke of settlements,

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This Is the Clarence Thomas We DON'T Know

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:21 min | 1 d ago

This Is the Clarence Thomas We DON'T Know

"Everybody to see the movie, Michael. I want everybody to read the bookmark. But share if you will a little of the klans Thomas that we don't know. The prior to the hearing, the amazing story of how he grew up, his family, the less than conservative clarence Thomas in college, share a little bit of a history of that the pre famous clans Thomas. Well, as you know, he was born in pinpoint Georgia in 1948. And it's a gullah speaking area. So his English was not his first language. His father left before he could remember, so he was raised by his mother, who then took clarence Thomas and his brother to Savannah, where he suffered dire poverty, hungry, all the time, called in the winter, brought to school, and then left and then he'd walk out and wander the streets of Savannah until his mother brought him to her father, his grandfather to raise, and that justice Thomas life round. And hard work, his grandfather said, the damn vacation is over. Two boys thought, what vacation? And it was work all the time. They went to school. They went home and they worked on the Catholic school, right? That's right. He was Catholic or very unusual thing for black men in those days, and he sent them to a parochial school. Remember, it's the segregated south. It was all black, but run by these Irish nuns that continue to give them discipline hard work, a rigorous curriculum. And he thrived, and wanted to be a priest, which a lot of people do not know. And enrolled in the seminary. Only one of two or the only black seminaries. Right. He was integrating what were formerly all white seminaries. And he would have been one of the first black priests in Savannah. But it was the late 60s, and he experienced racism there. And as you reached a peak, perhaps when he was watching Martin Luther when Martin Luther King Jr. was shot and one of the seminary and says, I hope that SOB dies. And then something snapped. Something snapped, and he became a black radical, as you say, less than less than a conservative. He said, the more radical the better, describes themselves as an angry black man. And he went to holy cross where he got a full scholarship. His grandfather kicked him out of the house when he lost his vocation. And he went through this radical period. And we

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'Created Equal' Author Mark Paoletta Reacts to SCOTUS Overturning Roe

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:31 min | 1 d ago

'Created Equal' Author Mark Paoletta Reacts to SCOTUS Overturning Roe

"But Mark talked to us about last week. As you said, sep, a great day for the constitution. I can't stop smiling, right? It's such a wonderful, such a wonderful thing that happened, right? And there's so many on so many levels. One of them being that the left through everything at these justice is in the most despicable way possible, right? And one of the I worked on justice Thomas's confirmation back in 1991, right? And I saw it when I reviewed his speeches in an article from his time as the EEOC. He'd been through the fire and he never wilted. He never bent, right? And so to see whether you never know how a justice is going to be until they're on the court in under fire. And it's such a great day that justice Barrett justice Gorsuch justice Kavanaugh, justice Alito, and justice Thomas, did not bend, right? And that's one of the most important things coming out of this opinion. Returning it to the states where it properly belongs. And then this intimidation. And you know, when you going back to the book and the movie, justice Thomas recognized, during those confirmation hearings, all the left cared about was this decision. This is what they were going to destroy him on. So the roe V wade was the neuralgic point for the left. 100% and he goes back to it over and over. He said, they didn't care what I did with my life. They didn't care about anything I had done. They wanted this issue, and they were going to destroy me to keep this issue.

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Sebastian Welcomes the Co-Authors of the New Book 'Created Equal'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:48 min | 1 d ago

Sebastian Welcomes the Co-Authors of the New Book 'Created Equal'

"And we are so delighted to have in studio. The makers of a film that we have the poster of in our offices that we discussed when it came out. And now the co author of the book that celebrates that movie and that man, of course he is the great associate justice clarence Thomas, and the book is his life story created equal and we have in studio with us the filmmaker, the co author Michael pack and Mark pauletta. Welcome to America first. Thank you. Thanks for having us. Let's just have a reaction to last week's news. I can't stop smiling since then. It's like a rictus grin. It's involuntary. I think the left totally miscalculated with that leak. As we had Kevin Roberts in studio on Friday is constitutional experts have said to me, perhaps the most important decision of the courts history. Michael. Absolutely. I think you were right, sab to put the emphasis on preserving the constitution. I mean, these things are not about whether abortion is good or bad. It's about whether there's a constitutional right to abortion. If people had to watch their movie, they would have been and now if they read the book, they would not be surprised at clarence Thomas's decision. He's been very consistent. And we call our book created equal because it comes out of his lifelong dedication to the principles of the declaration and the constitution, which those principles underlie. And you see both in the book and the film to come out of his very dramatic life story coming from poverty in the Deep South against many struggles to the highest court in the land, not least of which the opposition of the left, everything he's done, now so it is not surprising that that continues today.

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Kurt Schlichter and Michael Walsh Discuss America's Supply INSANITY

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:58 min | 3 d ago

Kurt Schlichter and Michael Walsh Discuss America's Supply INSANITY

"You know, Michael Walsh, I was out speaking to some lovely Republican women at the west valley Republican women Federated. And it was very interesting. We were in a country club. And the organizers said, look, it was very interesting. I was having a lot of trouble with the country club, which did a fine job, but they were very insistent that they couldn't give us more seats because I was like sold out and more people wanted to come because I'm amazing. And she wondered why? Because they never had that problem before. Turns out that they weren't being difficult, their suppliers said we can't get more chicken breasts and more salmon. Their suppliers in America said we can't get enough chicken breasts and salmon win the hell since the 1940s where there was rationing. Did someone in America have trouble gay chicken breast fed salmon? Yeah, you know what, we're going to turn into this is a place near dear to your heart is Cuba. We're not going to be we're not going to be able to get parts for our cars. So you're going to see people driving 25 year old junkers down the middle of the street with cannibalized parts because I had to get my car fixed last year. And it took months to get some of these parts. Now, my car is a little bit older, but still, this is a very classic. You don't have empty store shelf for Christmas. That's not America. That's not the America. How come Michael Walsh, I grew up in the 70s and 80s, it never occurred to me that I could walk into a store and not be able to get what I needed, that a woman couldn't get tampons for gosh sakes. I mean, well, baby formula. This is insane. And of course, president Gumby, he's talking about a vaccine plan in Senegal. Okay, I got nothing to get Senegal, but I'd like to be able to get baby form of the tampons.

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What Does Dobbs Mean Politically?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:09 min | 3 d ago

What Does Dobbs Mean Politically?

"What do you think Dobbs means politically? I think that I'm a strong federalist. So what jobs does as far as a judicial decision is it returns the abortion issue to the states and each state can determine how they want to legislate around abortion. That's what doesn't ban abortion. Now that's, of course, what we're hearing in a lot of the laws of progressives and a lot of Democrat operatives trying to gin up their base. But abortion isn't banned. It just means that it will go to the state and the state will decide how to regulate and legislate around abortion. What does it mean politically? I don't think it's going to mean much politically as far as the 2022 elections and midterms go. This is going to make a big impression now as it has. Ultimately, it will die down when people talking about it. And they are stuck with high gas prices and priced out of the housing market and dealing with a bad economy.

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Which Rights Are Mentioned in the Constitution?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:30 min | 3 d ago

Which Rights Are Mentioned in the Constitution?

"Let's stop for a second. Where do you get a right in the constitution? First of all, remember, rights don't come from the constitution. I'll say it again because there are some people who are unclear on it. Rights do not come from the constitution. Rights are recognized in the constitution. Human beings are endowed with certain freedoms. One, the right to speak freely, the right to worship as you see fit. Those are endowed by our creator. They are recognized those two in the First Amendment. By the constitution, but they don't come from the constitution. If you look through the entire constitution, including all the amendments, you will not find the word abortion. Because it's not there. So it's not expressly recognized in a constitution. Now, constitutions also clear that all rights, which we, as human beings, have are not necessarily in the constitution. Dobbs reiterates that those rights, how do you know those rights exist? Okay. You look at history. Were they recognized throughout history and Samuel Edo goes through and says, look, like four years before roe V wade, 5 years before, abortion was outlawed in at least 40 states or very heavily controlled. At least 40 states.

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What Was the Reasoning Behind the Court's Decision?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:41 min | 3 d ago

What Was the Reasoning Behind the Court's Decision?

"Now, there are a number of states that had trigger bills. That is, if roe V wade and Casey, of course, roe V wade was the original case back in like 73. And it laid out almost in a legislative kind of sense, a very strict accidentally not that straight. A framework of when abortion could be allowed, like you would expect in a law. Now, of course, I know what you're thinking. You're saying, wait a minute. I saw schoolhouse rock when I was a kid. Supreme Court's not supposed to make law. That's the job of the legislature. Exactly? And then Casey came back and it kind of changed it because roe roe was not a very well reasoned decision. And I know that because Ruth Bader Ginsburg said so and Lawrence tried before he went completely insane. So I want a lot of commentary. They like the result. They didn't like the reasoning. Because the reasoning wasn't very sensible. Their reasoning was, well, there's a constitutional right to abortion, kind of because, and it boils down to we really think it's a good idea. And that didn't really work. And it had a very detailed kind of almost legislative outline of what you could and could do with abortion. That wasn't workable. In 1992, Casey came down, they kind of changed the test a little. Became an undue burden on way. You can't unduly burden. The right to an abortion. And what Samuel lita said is, wait, you're wrong at the premise. There is no right to abortion in the constitution.

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Breaking Down the Supreme Court's Roe Decision

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:06 min | 3 d ago

Breaking Down the Supreme Court's Roe Decision

"What does Dobbs not do? Dobbs does not ban abortion. I'm going to say it again. Because if you read social media or listen to the communist networks, I'm sorry, the mainstream networks. And Democrat talking points. The extent they differ and there is no extent to which they differ. You might think that the Supreme Court decreed no more abortions ever. That could not be further from the truth. And you might, if you listen to someone like AOC or big chief Warren, and never listen to AOC or big G four. But if you happen to, you might think that the Supreme Court took unto itself more power. He did the opposite. This is not the jobs is not about the Supreme Court taking power. This is about the Supreme Court giving up power. And that power is to determine. Exactly how abortion will be handled in the United States.

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Yankees' Judge walks off Astros for 2nd time in 4 days

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 d ago

Yankees' Judge walks off Astros for 2nd time in 4 days

"The Yankees salvage a split of their four game series with the Astros with a 6 three ten inning victory on Aaron judge's second walk off hit of the series between the ails two top teams Judge hit a three run Homer of Seth Martinez in the bottom of the tenth to win a game that looked like another Astros win for much of it Judge also won the first game of the series with a 9th inning single on Thursday The Astros held a three zero lead in the 7th behind Jose arcadey and where no hidden New York for the second straight game when Giancarlo Stanton Homer in the 7th DJ Lemay who then tied it with a two run shot in the 8th Michael king got the win pitching out of the bases loaded jam in the top of the tenth Tom Arian New York

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Trump's Legacy Is the Overturning of Roe v. Wade

The Officer Tatum Show

01:18 min | 5 d ago

Trump's Legacy Is the Overturning of Roe v. Wade

"Welcome back. Welcome back. Welcome back, ladies and gentlemen. Gentlemen and lady shout out. Oh, let me clarify this real quick. Because you know I've been talking about roe V wade and all this stuff, but you know who I didn't give credit to? I almost feel like I should be ashamed of myself. I didn't give credit to Donald Trump. Do you realize that Donald Trump when he was in when he was in power when he was the president of the United States of America, he got us, I don't know how many two or three Supreme Court conservative Supreme Court Justices, Conor berry, Kavanaugh, and Gorsuch, am I saying, is that right? I think those are the three Supreme Court Justices who are conservative. So he did a pretty good job putting these conservatives in place to navigate this. I think a lot of people are missing out on giving Trump some credit because I don't care if you like him or not. If you believe this was a victory, there's no way this would have happened if he had been able to put in that many Supreme Court Justices. Now, you know, I'm hoping that we can get more of them in there. With the whole course was conservative. The whole court was conservative. Maybe minus one person that'll be our life will turn around quickly.

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Is Michelle Obama Hiding Something From Us?

The Officer Tatum Show

00:59 sec | 5 d ago

Is Michelle Obama Hiding Something From Us?

"Why is funny that women that don't have abortion are some of the main ones running their mouth? Malia and whatever the other kid named is, Sasha and malia, did you have an abortion with Sasha? No, you didn't. You chose life. You have your legacy. You and Barry got y'all legacy, but you feel bad about women terminating their kids, you did you ever? I want to know Michelle Obama. Did you have an abortion before you had Sasha and malia? Period. That's all I want to know. I just want to know. And if you didn't, why are you out here telling these girls to go get rid of their kids when you didn't do it to yours? Okay. I'm just throwing it out there. I'm throwing it out there. Y'all just listen to the people that are saying this. Maybe AOC had a bunch of abortions. I don't know. She was bartending and probably doing some other stuff. So she may have had a father, I'm not saying she did, so I don't come try to sue me. I'm just giving a skepticism of maybe that's why she's so gung Ho.

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"michael" Discussed on Against the Rules with Michael Lewis

Against the Rules with Michael Lewis

04:14 min | 7 months ago

"michael" Discussed on Against the Rules with Michael Lewis

"By the way, no one's ever described their thesis project as I bet people who were close to me then detected the how transported I was by the experience. I had never written for school newspapers. I didn't have any like since I want to see my name in print any of that. I had never been encouraged by any teacher to be a writer. No one ever in my entire life. It said, Michael, wow, you have a way of turning a phrase. Nothing. What did they say about you? Pay attention, Michael. Or the truth is that I had moments as a student, but it was more, while that was original. That was what I would get. When things were going good with a teacher, when there was an a on the top of the paper, it was like, this is an original piece of work. And so that I had a little of that, but so I sit down and write this book. The thesis is not as trivial thing. If I showed it to you, it's a book. It's a 50,000 word book. And what it is was total immersion in a subject, where I felt, however, bizarrely irrationally, that I was saying something totally original that was important. And I immersed myself in it, and so the mistake I made coming out of it was first thinking, oh, this means I'm supposed to be an art historian. And my thesis adviser, who was fabulous, said, you can't be an art historian. Basically, because there aren't going to be any. This is a dying industry. And I would not wish it upon my worst enemy. So taught me out of that. And then he says, at the defense, this was very funny moment. This is how I knew. I woke up to the idea of writing. I wanted to hear how well written my thesis was. I didn't want just a good grade. I wanted him saying, I wouldn't say this is beautifully written. And so he didn't say that. So I asked, I said, so what did you think of the.

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"michael" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

05:29 min | 11 months ago

"michael" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"So that was the worst thing is just law it's a complete fallacy if you read the book at essay my book The minimum jekyll john house. Who's georgetown law professor. He talks about how this concept of just law is really nonsensical. And i'll give you one example that you that you will agree with. It's in the book as well. There's an old lady and she basically signed a contract with some samba instructor for ten thousand dollars right. What's the just approach. One say the point of law is so people. Don't get exploited. We have to break the contract. The other person can say the contract is the basis of law. It's not the courts job to be an activist judge. We have to honor the contract. Both of those are perfectly reasonable perfectly objective and demonstrate that no matter who the judge is. They're going to bring their preconceptions to the court system. But i had a decentralized both sides if you had a decentralized system where you can choose what kind of rules you follow. It will have much more just and efficient and cheaper outcomes but it. Isn't that only a problem. If you believe that the free consent of individuals maximizing individual. Autonomy is the end of government. You know if if you really believe that. This woman has some right to solve. The samba instructor has a right to sign a ten thousand dollar contract. Whereas if you think that's hogwash. And you believe the justice is the end of government. And you believe that you don't actually have the right to do wrong and you don't have the right to just pursue whatever whims your your will tells you then. Couldn't you appeal to a higher authority. Couldn't you say it's immoral. It's exploitative it's Violates some aspect of the natural law rather the so you're in favor of judicial activism when it suits your purposes. I'm favor of the natural law. And i'm in favor. Favorite justice if the basis of government is justice wise it so darned bad delivering it. Well if i if. I'm gonna go to a restaurant and they're serving sushi and the fish keeps getting cooked at a certain point. This is not a sushi restaurant. Sure but but you know this is a fallen world. I i suppose this would be one of my divergences from some anarchists or some sort of proto anna arguing that the words ball. I don't think this is a utopia topi as possible. I agree with you that there's a lot of depravity in any country that is inevitable so so therefore any system of justice is going to be imperfect. There's no question about that sure so so granted all of that you know. Some systems of justice are better than others. Sure i'm more interested in peace and justice and liberty. You know if you and i base maybe you you invited me out to dinner and then basically you stick me with the bill. Justice would be like a pitch a fit but at the same night could be like okay. That's michael being michael. It applied both michelson. Either of us be the jerk and situation and corolla is enough pursue justice so as cherish and sure and i lost short. I've always relied on the kindness of strangers. But i'm also biting my tongue right because you did meet. Do me an injustice and you didn't pay for the bill that you promised right. We all have to have these little compromises day-to-day lives. So i think justice as a term is overrated. Let's talk about criminals. I perfectly have no problem with someone. Who's an assailant on children or a violent criminal They void their right to life. Right i have no with that at the same time. My biggest concern isn't retribution. My biggest concern is how do i make sure this person is never in a position to harm people again. That to me is a far bigger priority. That seeing justice be had necessarily but but i recognize that temptation i think it's widespread now to make rehabilitation or deterrence instrumentation. I just said the goal of pre by prison is important in in many cases isn't justice but like gotta get this guy off the streets because if he's on the streets he's going to be killing people but if that is the primary purpose of the prison then don't you open yourself up to all sorts of of moral quandaries for instance if as i believe it is. The purpose of prison is retribution for people who've primarily retribution although deterrence rehabilitation are secondary matters. Then a guy commits a crime. You bring them up on trial you throw them in the can if the primary purpose of prison is to get bad people off the streets then. Couldn't you throw someone in prison before. They've committed a crime right because they're very likely to because some social scientific data set has suggested that they're likely to commit one well that is the progressive mindset. Right follow the science. And i don't think at all. I think you if someone has to have demonstrably actually done something before. They're likely to do something. I i don't think that you obviously don't think i don't either. But i think that if if you come to the conclusion that you and i have then you you must also conclude that the primary purpose the sort of pregnant for criminal. Justice is retribution rather than some secondary goal. I i don't think it's retribution. If the person hasn't done anything richard richard. If that's what i mean. I don't think you should go to prison if you haven't done anything. But i think that therefore the primary purpose of prisons for instance is retribution. That is to say it is justice rather than some secondary aspect of impressive i. I wouldn't agree. That retribution injustice are anywhere near synonymous and i think a lot of times again. I and my goal versatile. The prison systems a whole other conversation. Which i'm sure you and i can have because there's lots of people who are in prison and a thing you as a christian certainly would agree is Things like the death penalty and innocent people being killed although you might argue that the that's overblown when that individual is innocent..

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"michael" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

06:10 min | 11 months ago

"michael" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"Only play defense. You're not going to win. You need to Point your guns Toward the universities. Because that's where these ideas are. I promulgated where they train young people to be. The shock troops there for the progressive militia with enron hollywood who work in newspapers and they're the ones who shape the ideas of The country especially for young people. A lot of people frequently invoked nineteen eighty-four george orwell with this heart authoritarianism the book i would recommend. People read his aldous huxley world. a totally reverse. The persuasion is not with the stick. The persuasion his go work at this crappy job. Go home and watch stupid television we will provide for. You will give you food will put a roof over your head. Don't think and don't question us. And i think that model the realization that the corporate press has not just recently been a mechanism to sell narratives as opposed to information and to guide public opinion. But that this has been going on for a very long time limited one example. Which i think everyone can appreciate were all taught back in the. Dave william randolph. I the spanish american war you know a yellow journalism and that basically that led us into war during the mckinley administration. And then there's a record scratch and the corporate press is supposed to be objective and decent. That never happened. That's just one of the big lies That the media likes to tell about itself. Yeah yeah. I certainly agree with that. And you know this this sense of You know the the objective media just grew out of this liberal establishment that you know i guess sort of thrived in the middle of the twentieth century and increasingly is is collapsing. I i totally agree. You know orwell was huxley student. I think actually was his french teacher. And huxley wrote around seventy nine. I'd like your book by which you're missing here is the subtlety. You're missing how the regime is going. To use drugs. Promiscuous sex is gonna use pleasure to enslave people. Yeah and it's not. It's at that point becomes kind of like the greek myth of the lotus eaters. You're one the terms that you know. I've popularized which has become kind of loosened. Definition is the concept of the red pill. But if you go back the matrix the people who are in the matrix are having a pretty nice life. They have food they have a job they have a family they have to think about anything and therefore they don't have to worry about anything at. It's very useful. If i would like to be an elite to have a population which basically like an farm. Who aren't going to question my choices and just do what i like. The problem is at some point people. Wake up both on the right and the let's say this isn't working for me and then it's the media's job tell the rest of the population how to analyze this in how to receive it so one of the things why i'm hopeful and positive you'll agree with me on this after the twenty twenty election for the first time in my lifetime and you and i both fairly young the republicans and the right. Broadly speaking didn't turn their sights on joe biden. Nee turned it on media outlets are they realized. That biden is a symptom of a larger issue than biden. Himself is nowhere near as malevolent as many of these other entities and to realize. Okay these are the people who made something like a biden happen or or the lockdowns happen that i think that healthy analysis of who is against you is a much stronger position. I just make one more point. If you look at nancy pelosi and joe biden and if you look at. Let's oppose the harvard law faculty of the new york times editorial board which one of these groups of really has more contempt for you and your lifestyle and i think this is a very easy question to answer. Yeah yeah. I think you're certainly right. The the ruling elite involves a lot more than just a couple of politicians in washington dc. Frankly they're not even the most important people in in that equation right. You've got higher education lower education big tech hollywood the media all of these super national international organizations. And then you've got doddering joe biden. Who doesn't know which end is up. Absolutely now your answer to this is a very naughty word and freedom freedom three. Yes that's what. I just said freedom so i think what we've agreed basically on everything thus far. Now i think we're gonna disagree what What made you come to identifies an anarchist. What would how would you define. Anarchism is notoriously difficult to define people have lots of different definitions for it. And what does it mean practically if we said okay. Enough of our political system were going all in france. Baby sure so. Anarchism can be defined in one sentence. You do not speak for me. Everything else is simply. Application of the concept is the idea that political authority is inherently illegitimate. And just because laws passed is not give you any moral impetus to respect of follow it. In any respect it also means that when you look at the republicans democrats. You're looking at literally two different gangs. Who are fighting for turf war. Neither which have your interest at so. The black flag is the traditional symbol of anarchism. And i have the expression to black flag comes in many colors so the reason i wrote this anarchist handbook is different. Anarchist thinkers from the last two hundred years explaining what anarchism means to them and how it applies in terms of what that would mean right now it would mean things like An increase skepticism. The police because they are the ones who are forcing you and your home. They're the ones who are enforcing gun control laws. And every other eating that gretchen. Whitmer mario and gavin newsom flint to place it is having an increased skepticism of concentrations of power. Whether would be jeff bezos. The ivy leagues or the or the federal government as well as state governments An understanding that this idea of well. You and i disagree. But i'm going to respect your opinion when the person disagreeing with you is a politician and have the ability to enforce their views upon your family. You are under no obligation to take them seriously for one second and you should instead regard them with an enormous amount of concerns. Let's take a gun control issue for a second. You know politicians sits forward and says you know. I'm going to make it harder for you to get a gun to protect your home in your.

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"michael" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

07:03 min | 11 months ago

"michael" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"Finally after years and years of anticipation we're bringing onto the show. One of the most interesting guys in the political media space right now. Michael malice who. I've been following for a long time. Follow on twitter and everything and i said michael. I can't believe that you're you're just coming on the show now and he reminded me that he deemed me like two years ago. And i missed it. Like i miss every dm. Like i miss every text. But i'm so pleased. The michael could be here today. Michael thanks for coming on the show. You know michael interesting is always a euphemism. You have dinner. This guy see like he was interesting. He was interesting. Yes that's true right now. You know one thing. Michael that i so i i should mention. You need no introduction. But you're the author of one of the two best titled books in human history. Dear reader the unauthorized autobiography of kim jong il That the only other Book of an equally. Great title is When harry became sally by ryan anderson. I the author of the new right journey of the fringe of american politics The author of the anarchist handbook. And and this is especially what. I want to talk about the author of an upcoming book about the white pill a cause for hope in our absolute decayed collapsing ruins of politics. What is the cause for hope. Michael will you just said it. It's a collapsing ruined. Politics is a disaster. There's no possibility for freedom through a political venue so to watch you know the elites basically cannibalized themselves. It's very hard for me Whether you're republican democrat independent whatever so look at joe biden literally voiding battles behind the resolute desk and think to yourself. This is a symbol of an empire at its strength. This is someone who really has is on top of things as opposed to you. Know we can bernie situation which we should be looking at with a great comedic applause and then also follows president trump. Donald trump was basically a third party candidate. He had no routes within the republican party at all Historically he endorsed romney but barely says anything and he managed to beat every single republican candidate in the primary. So this just speaks to in many ways. The complete decaying weakness of both of our major political parties which from my perspective is a very healthy thing for a free country. Now most people would say the collapse in support for not just political parties but for basically every public institution is terrible. It shows you that. The country's falling apart i myself a little worried about it although for some institutions i think bye-bye don't let the door on the way out. But but you're saying from your perspective the collapse of of trust these institutions is a wonderful thing. Yeah i don't think things like the ivy league and the state are redeemable The new york times elements like that. I think what conservatives failed to appreciate is that these institutions have been this way for a very long time There's an argument in conservative. circles that hollywood's been taken over by the liberals but the same time conservative. Do appreciate that. Ronald reagan was president a screen actors guild and as president screen actors guild and previously. He was very concerned by the depths of literal communism not just communism stalinism Within hollywood so at what point wasn't hollywood of venue of the very hard left in the twenties when they had they didn't have talkies. Well yes i guess. If you can't talk you can't spread leftist ideas. But i mean woodrow wilson. Another great example. He was a college professor. The first college professor became president he was president in nineteen twelve and he was advocating things. Far the left of what even bernie sanders with advocate for today so i think conservatives by and large are supposed to learn the lessons from history but unfortunately that seems to not be the case very often and this is why. It's a big reason for optimism. The future woodrow. Wilson is a far more to various fo far more talented individual farmer. Charismatic than what amc. I mean there's just no comparison opinion but there was this sense among the old right. You know. I mean these terms old writing new right. They change every twenty years because you people and older but but you know of of what we would call the old and the fifties. They really were concerned with getting rid of the new deal. They were fighting against fdr. They were fighting against wilson them and then that just kind of went away over the ensuing decades the conservatives just gave up they kind of made their peace with the new deal in some ways they adopted. We'll sonian view at least a foreign policy and so You know that that to me speaks to the absolute entrenchment of of these sort of leftist progressive policies. You think though maybe they're not so entrenched maybe we can. We cannot end them. Oh they are insurance but let let's talk exactly what. Talk nineteen fifties. You have the the nomination was between dwight. Eisenhower who no one knew what his political resume was at all both the democrats and republicans tried to recruit us a great war hero and the republicans had mr republican robert. Taft to was a conservative republican tap. Got his ass added to him. Marley because of liberal republicans like new york state governor. Thomas dewey Who ran against fdr twice. Was romney republican before the term existed. They later called rockefeller republicans. So i think this idea that The republican party is has historically been venue for a shrinking state is really kind of an historical fairytale along the lines of the sixty ninety and project. When push comes to shove they've never really cut budgets at all The other other example to that was nineteen sixty. Four with barry goldwater force. Who's a great conservative hero. And he got his hands to him in that election. Which of course percents The reagan election in nineteen eighty but the relationship between conserved ideas or a limited government ideas and the republican parties is far more nuanced than i think. A lot of people appreciate true and actually going back all the way to the founding of the republican party. Let's abraham lincoln ran on tariffs. I mean the the party was anti-slavery pro protectionism. So that's not exactly a a small government a policy and you know even even after i don't think anyone would call abraham lincoln small government sort of president the guy's suspended habeas corpus. You know rightly. I think but still he. He did it and so yes. The republican party has not always had the small government ideology and very rarely has expressed it even in the twentieth century. So then where do we go from here. If the if the twentieth century conservatism was basically flop with a few nice moments during the reagan and trump administration trump. I guess being the twenty first century. What's the future look like because you you have hope whereas i'm a little Little skeptical you know. I think conservatives are basically diabetics who are trying to choose between coke and pepsi and wondering why their fee get to keep getting cut off at a certain you have to realize that if you can't vote yourself free and mitch. Mcconnell will always be a lot closer to hillary clinton he will be to you and your values so to stop looking toward washington for answers and also to start looking to wear. The toxicity starts if you're fighting in washington by that point is the fourth quarter..

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"michael" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"michael" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"You see that Prayer in public schools now absolutely not permitted you see the bible in public schools absolutely not permitted and the arguments that were made at the time. We're all about the first amendment there you can't. There has to be a firm separation between church and state. first of all. I encourage you. I beg you plead with you. Find me that phrase in the constitution won't be able to do it. No such as exists acting as you know my i have to interject. Because it's it's one of the great moments in american history that gets so perverted. It's from jefferson's letter to the church. At danbury and the separation was the church was the state from the church not the church from the state. I know you know that it drives me. Nuts that has been so twisted and contorted it. Of course it's so important to remember the context there. It's also important to remember that. At the time that the establishment clause was was ratified and there were many not many but there were a number of states in the country that had established churches. So yes you're protecting the church from the state you're also protecting the individual states from the federal government but that that has become completely misinterpreted in in the way the history is taught in the country. so yes obviously. There's going to be some religious basis for the country now. I'm not saying that we're going to have the pope. Land that at ellis island and take over the country. But i am saying all political regimes have some ideas that go along with them. For instance our country says we hold these truths to be self evident that all men are created equal and endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights. That is a religious idea and that religious idea undergirds the country and and what what the left did and the radical atheist did in the twentieth century is. They went in and they said no. You can't you can't have that but it only cuts one way. Look at the free speech movement in berkeley. You had radicals in the nineteen sixties. Say in the name of free speech. We need to get rid of all. Traditional standards of speech and behavior now is berkeley the free speech campus in the country. Not even close. It actually has has some of the greatest censorship in the entire country. So i think it was always an excuse. I think this argument of religious freedom or freedom of speech. I think that was a slogan that was promoted by the left. I don't think they actually gave a damn about the free speech or religious tradition in america. And i think they just wanted to knock down the traditional the traditional standards and unfortunately so many people on the right of fallen for it and very often we pair at their rhetoric. I've just over a minute. Michael knowles is. The author of the book is speechless controlling words controlling minds. What do you hope not the politicians and elected officials. What do you hope. The reader who buys reads in embraces. This takes away from this in. Does i hope that the reader understands the history of political correctness up until now. I don't think there was a real popular history explaining what this thing actually is. And i hope it gives readers the confidence and the courage to recognize that. There's nothing un-american about having standards there's there's actually nothing new about cancelled culture you know in the nineteen fifties you get cancelled for being a communist. Today you get cancelled for not being on. The fact of being canceled hasn't change..

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"michael" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"michael" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"We do not possess a moral conscience and what that means is we do. Not because that's the capacity for self government. We actually need to be able to say things are good. Some things are bad. some things true. Some things are false. Something's or write. Some things are wrong and conservatives have really been afraid to do that. They haven't had the courage to do that. Over the past fifteen twenty years. We've made a lot procedural arguments a lot of abstract arguments about free speech but the plain fact is that free speech in the abstract does not mean anything to people who have nothing to say well and we've grown very comfortable discerning between we don't have to have consistency to the point that it self-defeating we can say you can't drink if you're under twenty one but at twenty one. You can have that decision. You can't these activities. If you're under an age you make the point in more legalistic. Since the first amendment does not require a value neutral public square our conservative former conservative leaders thinkers writers have seemingly given up. And i think that's the point you're making is that they're saying well if if the kids have to be exposed to a grown man's penis in the school in order for us not to have our our churches shut down. Then we're for it well. No we don't have to go that far. That's not intellectually consistent and it's not good and by the way i don't think it's value neutral either. You know the premise of these arguments. Is that somehow. Secular liberalism is totally neutral. It's an even playing field for the left and the right. There's nothing neutral about it. We have to make a distinction. If bruce jenner is a man then he's not allowed into the ladies room. If bruce jenner is a woman then he is allowed into the ladies room. We have to decide and whatever we decide. That's going to exclude other options. Even when you think about the way the schools are run. There's one book. There was one book that you are not allowed to teach in schools. it's not even candy. You can teach him. It's not robin de ngelo. You can teach her. It's it's not mine. come for goodness sakes. it's the bible. You're not allowed to teach the bible in schools. Why because the supreme court decided in the twentieth century that it was unconstitutional to teach the bible in schools where they discovered that constitutional prohibition no one has any idea probably written in invisible ink beneath the emanations. And the number is in the fictional right to abortion. But think about how crazy that is the single. Even if you're an atheist or agnostic the single most important book in the history of our civilization. you can't even understand the other works of literature and history without understanding this book. You are not permitted to teach that in schools doesn't sound very neutral to me folks. It seems like we were at a distinct disadvantage. I think we need to assert political power to to take some some of that ground back. You talk in the book about the first amendment and what it does and doesn't require in how we've seen this contortions to get to the conclusions One of the things you talk about is how the atheist got the warren court to rule their way. How did that happen well. This happened around around this time..

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"michael" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"michael" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"In marx's lifetime it turns out the oppressed masses in didn't care about all of those wonderful ideas that karl so the later intellectual heirs of mark's people like antonio graham sheet people like the funk for at school critical theorists people hurt mike urban makusa and down the line. They recognized that in order for a revolution to succeed. You need to grab the common sense. You need to attain hegemony to wage a war of position rather than a war of maneuver where you take Positions of influence within the society. And then you gradually infiltrate the institutions. And then you wield that power. And i think we're now at the stage where they're wielding the power. I think really in order to come back this scourge which which threatens the very hard of our civilization. i think we need to take these leftist theorists seriously. I i think we need to recognize. They actually probably know more about free speech and censorship than we on the right. Do no matter how much we flatter ourselves. And that's why they've been so effective wielding speech to attain political power. And maybe we can learn a thing or true and try to do that ourselves. Michael let me hold you there. The book is speechless. Controlling words controlling minds. he's michael knowles. We will continue our conversation. He doesn't just point out the problems as many people do. He has strategies for how we solve. This how we win coming up. Michael knowles is our guest. The new book is a bestseller already. It's just hit the stores or online wherever you buy your books. Speechless controlling words controlling minds. You do more than just pointing out. How the use of words political correctness is allowing the left to win. You offer strategies for what we can do differently because republicans are in many cases. Getting it all wrong. What are some of those strategies. I think what republicans need to do what conservatives need to do is articulate a standard a an actual substantive political vision. I saw this most notably during a debate that cropped up on the right some months ago where there was a prominent might say former conservative. I think now he's he's pretty solidly liberal. They still call themselves. Certain you gotta commentator who defended drag queens story our who said that drag queen story our quote. This is actually this. is david french. I was trying to be nice and not nathan you know. He said though. I'll have to. I'll give him is toward french. That another vendor good grief anyway sorry. Yeah drag queen store. He lots nec said that That it was quote one of the blessings of liberty. And that that sound you hear by the way michael that is that is the sound of james madison rolling in his grave at that very thought so so some conservatives responded to this and said if that's blessing of liberty than than i ain't for it i'm against it and of course you know this would have been completely foreign to our founding fathers understanding of liberty but but to be charitable to david's argument. What he's what. He's basically saying that if we tell perverts that they can't work for little kids at the public library why then the left might tell us. We can go to church on sunday. To which i would respond by the way. They're already telling us that they've already for the past year or more told us in many parts of the country that you can't go to church so practically i think that's off the table but then but then even more broadly if if you are really telling me that we cannot discern between perverts generally for kids and a pastor preaching the gospel. If you're if you're telling you we can't tell the difference then that means that we do not possess faculties where he's it means..

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"michael" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"michael" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"But i don't think it's just the left's fault i think we have in many ways. Let them do that. And this is largely. Because we've misunderstood what political correctness is we tend to think political correctness goes back about thirty years or so to the eighties or the nineties. I think it actually goes back about one hundred years as i argue speechless but we also tend to think that political correctness. Is this battle between free speech on the one hand and censorship on the other. And i don't really think that's what it is. I think it's more. I competing battle of standards. And you've got the traditional standards that we conservatives would depend and you've got the anti standard of the left and so it leaves this track that we've continued to fall for and it's why the harder we push back against political correctness. The more ground we lose the trap is that i'd away that conservatives react to political correctness actually ends up advancing pc so you you've obviously got the squish is they. Just give give into the new jargon the new standards that use whatever. The new crazy words are and so that obviously advances pc but then even more stalwart conservatives who say i'm never giving into your new wo- crazy standard very often. They will ground their their argument on. Say free speech absolutism. They'll grounded on the idea that we shouldn't have standards at all. You should be able to say whatever you want. Do whatever you want. And ironically that advances political correctness too because all political correctness sets out to do is to destroy traditional standards. So i think that we need a third option. I think we need a new strategy. Because whatever we've been doing for thirty years manifestly has not been working well and would you trace that because you say one hundred years that lines up nicely with with wilson. Just after roosevelt and progressivism. Is that where you see this coming from. Well you certainly see it. With wilson wilson. I think rights probably the best description of progressivism that i'd ever read in his essay. What is progress. He says the constitution's outdated. That was that was developed. During the age of isaac newton when we thought we had six laws and the permanent nature to the universe but now we live in the age of darwin and because we're in the age of darwin. Everything's involving nothing's fixed nothing stable and so we need to basically take away all the constitutional protections. Give all the political power to a bunch of egghead elites and not let the people have any say over their government that was a major transformation and it was accompanied by a transformation in the way that the radicals approached politics. You know karl marx in a letter to arnold ruge called for the ruthless criticism of all that exists and from from this we get things like critical theory now. Critical race theory is very much in the news. But the the marsin revolution did not did not happen..

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"michael" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"michael" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"He does a radio show. He's at the daily wire he's basically a man about town Modern day women buckley. If you will. He's written a number one national bestseller entitled speechless controlling words controlling minds and it came out just a little over a week ago. Well first of all we see critical race theory in the good work chris. Rufo's doing there and lots of parents across the country. Michael speaking out at at At school board meetings. We see tucker carlson revealing that. He's been spied on. Where do you even begin to to to start the conversation on controlling words and controlling minds. Why write this book. It seems to me that the issue of free speech is the most important issue facing our country right now. I think it's more important than immigration. I think it's more important than foreign trade or taxes or wars or anything like that. If you can control speech you will control politics because as good old uncle aristotle tells us speeches politics and politics is speech. Especially especially in a self-governing republic such as ours where we use words to persuade one another deliberate and set our our national policy at least in theory. And you've hit on it. There are two kinds of speech. Control that that are going on right now. There is the overt censorship. You mentioned tucker the nsa spying on tucker carlson. You've got government entities you've got corporate entities censoring even the duly elected sitting president of the united states on january seventh and january as a people who can get in trouble lose their jobs if they stay basic facts about nature men or not women that sort of thing but then there's also a pre censorship and i think this is even more insidious this is the way the left manipulates language to win debates before they ever even have to have the debates. I think this is why the left is so focused on the pronouns. Right now. I think that you can be compelled to refer to bruce jenner as she and her if the left can force you to deny the plane. Reality is right before your very eyes. They can get you to say anything..

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"michael" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"michael" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"It seems like it's going to be great. But speaking of greatness. Michael knowles new. My malls new book speechless controlling words controlling minds. It's available for preorder. They tried to get me on this one but they didn't do a good enough job so but i'm gonna read it anyway ramp and says the first chats name was night nightingale maury. But did you know that speechless. Controlling words controlling minds by michael knowles is available for preorder. Also i got my tim foyle. Guerrillas moles book speechless that's beautiful. What does that make you feel inside. That is a really really beautiful thing. Because i'm glad that everyone is in on this. The real motivation to write this book. Some people said it's because i want to change the way that the conservative movement talks about free speech. Some have said it's because i want to win back the culture in the country. Yes sure you're really. It's about the absolute vindictiveness. The pure vitriol. I have four the new york times. Just really wanna hit that list. I want to stick it right in there. I and everyone seems on board to help me do that. And you know the best way for people to help you stick it to. The new york. Times is going to premiere. Collectibles dot com backslash speechless and for just one small payment. You can help feed a little italian boy with end and feed his ego in helping to tarnish the new york times list. You can put that anywhere by the way. That's totally your name so reading some more questions here. We've got one this one right here from raymond and cussing south carolina. Raymond asks what is one thing that americans are not doing that. They should be doing to stop this takeover of words in speech. God bless mr knowles. What do you think of raymond you. Now we were speaking of presidents earlier. I hope that president trump lives a good long life. I hope that he has many more years on this earth. He's got good genes. you know. He's very well preserved by diet coke and delicious american food however when the time eventually comes as it must come for all of us. I hope that he donates his body to science and his spine to the gop because conservatives don't have courage on this issue. I mean even at the at the moments when conservatives have some moral clarity they say you know actually drag story. Our is not so great. Maybe having perverts to work for toddlers at like second grade classrooms maybe not the best thing in the world. but then they'll say expose. But i could never impose my views on my crazy view that it's not good for perverts to jiggle around for for two year olds. We need to be able to do that. All regimes of speech all self governments need to make moral decisions about how we're gonna live how we're gonna get along together. Every society has taboos every society has standards. And what we need to be able to do is articulate a real standard substantive vision of politics. We need to put that out there. We need to be willing to embrace it and enforce it in the nineteen fifty s. You could get cancelled for being a communist today. You cancelled for not being a communist. I think we need to go back to the more stable and serious standard. I see a new hat here. It says make cancelling communists great again. Yes i can't get behind that for sure all right so the next question here. Sarah and alfred georgia asks. Michael wrote a first book about reasonable for democrats with zero words. How different was it writing a book. That actually had words. Will you know that first book. No one gave me credit. I had been researching that book for about twenty seven years at that point and you know everyone says that there were no words in the book. There were words in that book. There was an extensive billion agree at the back of reasons to vote for democrats. It was the only words in the entire book here. I had to do a lot of research. But then i had to do the second step which was to write and i will tell you it was it was a little bit of a tricky process. Because i wanted to write a real book. I'm not getting on my high horse. Okay i'm not trying to say that this is You know the greatest work of political philosophy in the last several decades would never say that the greatest work of. I'm not saying that. What i'm saying is i wanted to write a serious substantive work that was offering different perspective. Because i never want to do this again. It's very very tiring to write a book. So i want to get it all out here now and then we're done. That actually is perfect because colton from minneapolis asked what was the hardest thing of writing this book. This gives you a chance to talk about the hardship. You had to go through. I wrote this. I had a lot of mrs for colton new. Go thank you very much. The the hardest thing about writing this book. I don't even know where to sign up there. We go the hardest thing about writing. This book was actually after it was written. I enjoyed enjoyed the research. It was cool. I kind of changed my mind on some things when i did it. I enjoyed right. I do enjoy writing. I go slowly. But i enjoyed the work of it. But the edit and the edit and the fight and the battle and i. I'm so miserable to work with if you are in editor. I'm just being. I'm so miserable to work with. Because i at labor i mean you know this you are an editor might here. At the daily wire. I labor over every comma every little dash in the book. Oh it's so. I would throw me out of a window if i go to so we did that. We had some debates over everything the cover art every inch of this book has been argued over and thought over and hopefully will totally persuade conservatives to Get along with my way of thinking. I will point out to your formidable foe when it comes to the final editing process. You might ask. Hey mike what about suggestion this sentence here. Yeah man stances grounds says. Here's my argument for why that sentences should not be changed. You know what i actually. This is telling tales out of school. But i really lovely editor at really talented editor at at and she sent me back thoughtful edits. And we're talking. You know we're talking comments here talking about really expensive stuff. I wrote about three hundred words per page in the comments section of why i wouldn't change the this book and it is a whole new book that actually there was this moment of crisis when i was turning in my edit i had an old version of of the word processor most of it got deleted but i felt it was actually good. I think i think she would have probably come to my house and strangled me. I sent in the original returns on it. I would have gone to your husband. Alan strangled you and editing process. If i knew where you live or smart to not do that next question here actually comes from lianca in huron spain. Wow hey here we go. Mr knowles is known for two things. A great talk show about politics and a blink book he authored. How has the experience been changing from the talking format to the written format. This one is for lianca. Will you know. I was an author. I i did. I did the blank book. Actually before i got my show at daily wire. I think i'm the only person in.

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"michael" Discussed on Coming Out Stories

Coming Out Stories

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"michael" Discussed on Coming Out Stories

"Throat many out gay athletes but michael jordan is one of the few who were brave enough to compete internationally and live life as an out gay man in some twenty twenty one. He'll compete in the pool in the tokyo olympics. Swimming for jamaica. This is his story. Identify myself as gay <hes>. You know. I kind of went through long process of identify myself. And how i kind of wanted to label myself. Yeah i'm one hundred percent. Gay one hundred percent fab i want i so remember. Questioning yourself thinking oh. I'm not quite siamese everyone else in my class. Oh yeah. I think i obviously growing up in maine and growing up in sport. I've spent half my time wearing trump's around post sides. And i think from a young age probably about batting voting. I knew i was different. And i knew that. I did have phelan's tools guys but that very early age because of being around poolside. All the time. I didn't want to be seen different. I didn't want to be that anomaly. In because obviously there's not really many will if any gays or out smit's instrument at the minute. That still sermon spoke saints a bit of last frontier in terms of coming out. Doesn't it really not one hundred percent. Because you've got to be macho man you've got to compete against so you don't want to be seen as weak sesame. I really suppressed so many feelings for so long. Just because i didn't want to talk about it. I didn't want to address. It just wanted my whole acres to be on in so let's establish where you were air. This was whereabouts. We growing up ken. Yeah grew up in just outside of london and in the club while i change echinacea in club which is really nice club quite successful incident and there was lots of people that i could look up to in which was great. But yeah none as you be tade no was straight very heterosexual mindset. I must there any bullying use of homophobic language. Anything schooled at school it away but yeah it wasn't really to do with my sexuality all near the kind of scam game. I think it was just because i was very different very bubbly person or very outgoing person than i think just by very different it all kinds shapes and phones kids always pick up on the other somehow i one hundred percent but the billion did stock never changed over it quiet and reserved thing after the berlin. But you know definitely got my mojo back and just on now. Only who i am which is amazing. <hes> so guess. You grew up in a really strict environment in the sense that you've got be so disciplined to be a swimmer at your level. Having you say you didn't probably have time for leads. Parties or smoking behind. The bike sheds or stuff that most teenagers do one hundred percent. I think swimming is dedicated to nine times a week. You know anything kaos just kind of gets pushed aside so i think because everything was pushed away knowing everybody got time to explore mistakes reality or find out why men you know any failures had never explode them. It will really suppressed the down his knee. So did you suppress it enough. That you went through the motions have girlfriends or did he just sort of block out that part of your life into site. It's may end. The poll not sets. Yeah i never had girlfriends never really spoke about that part of my life. I think you know. When you're in samantha. Me one hundred percent commit to me and that was kind of my release like everything but i had a woman because they didn't have time for anything else which you know in reality. I think i did. But i just didn't want to talk about time. I guess your parents were be quite pleased with and it's like they didn't have any normal teenage problems today with life teen pregnancy. Say smoking drinking drugs. All of that sort of stuff you wouldn't have been getting up to the disco back in the day that it was just so some in which many people find it hard to understand because anyone that doesn't do doesn't do a sport i think. Well why are you still in osco. Why some in the early in the morning is something. That was ingrained in me a very long time and i love swimming. I love sport during things. That people can't say that. I call do love preview wrong gear. So what was the time where you you did start embracing because obviously you're living a life as an out and proud gay man now. When was the moment where he thought. I'm not hiding this anymore. Yeah i think. I was as able nine when it came to. My parents just wanted to tell them. I wanted to tell somebody else and once i told them there was a few questions. Also known my dad's jamaica mum's from great percent. So i think my dad had an questions among did come but you know they accept today and it was just a massive relief of my shoulders and join the london. Performance program went on daily trading. And we got really good friends. And actually you know <unk>. Hearing his possession on everything obviously his coming out story. Just kind of inspired me really made to mile antics.

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"michael" Discussed on MZNOW with Michael Zavala

MZNOW with Michael Zavala

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"michael" Discussed on MZNOW with Michael Zavala

"Mark gave me Corona. But also hurt depress. It was from throwing punches. You know what it was but. Yeah. There is one that I that I love. So Much I. Forget what what sounded. I think I can't remember by go through and send it to you Chuck Norris. Now there's why he he was. Asked. Painful but I realized that like because it was all gone that didn't work the. Play was. Tom. Stunt stunned guy doing that for you know we thought about it. We should have had like somebody look totally different than me, the stunt guy and the same. Like no hymie. Onto high me and my clothes it's obviously doesn't fit them. Tumble. And then he comes up right to the screen and it's me again. But anyway, it's great. We'll release that Wednesday this week, and then on Friday will release the blooper reel. Is there anything else? I'm missing that story? I, think we pretty much covered it rather for an hour and a half sweated tumbled workout work down. In the mark said Oh my God, that's amazing and that's Yeah. Yeah. What do you think or after the Bang bus? Should went to die. Barbeque is actually really good barbecue place for how we're trying to get. A bunch of like bugs number. Dems. Right put too much sauce every time I got up from the ground I had a new bites on my hands like chiggers and really yeah and then you lost your wallet for a second. Lost my wallet and my phone how well the wallet misplaced the phone I dropped field. Outfit and. In the back of my SPANDEX. Apple Watch to find his phone. Yeah. I'll ask you how do you do that? Four out of range. That's how that's how deep in the field it was and I just kind of walk around the field until my watch connect to the phone and then pinged it. Oh, so yeah, the GPS no one. No, it's. Just, can explain tooth we get out of. The cheap version what now saying, here's how the sell your GPS. GPS now the cheap one. The. Cheap high inversion. Okay. But anyway, the the one that doesn't burn your arm. We burn me neither. We also So this week we lost another legend I don't know if anyone heard. About seven months ago, a new string platform debuted called qube or qb or something like that movie and we talked about it when it first came out al.. It's great concept because there is something there for short form media like short form videos there's something there. They just didn't execute it properly. They don't need to take a full episode of something and chopping in the ten minutes or at the right time because it was perfect for like people on the go known was on the Gopher Right. They put this thing out like a week before the whole world shut down. So if there was nothing that was must see on this platform except for Reno Nine, one one which I just signed up. With the Dallas name of that one the one with Anna. What's her name I? Don't know that. Good movies. The. Cute one from Glee came out. She came out and movie with Omega. Dropped a sugar. Guy Just came out with this on influence where he's going across the world doing all these things and cheese on it episode of. Kendrick. Okay Yeah and she has a talking. Sarah. Anna's way funnier. Just. Got On qb like. Last week just to watch that and watch that. Kevin Hart. Kevin Hart, show and I went through the whole Kevin Hart but I couldn't go through the whole girl one with the tech stocks got started getting boring dumb. It starts out like it could be funny and then it just disappears I. Don't WanNa Watch no more but it was I but I'm like man. I don't know now they've just sending down like that. They had so many big stars on your phone GonNa get charged for that for. You know do I got to have a showdown yet it's going to shutdown. Oh I don't know. They were canceled it right now watch everything you want which everything's. Three right you can watch it in a couple hours like apple TV. So. Anyway. We have high me here to give a eulogy to the very short died too young. It was too young. Six months young. Seven or eight months something like that rhetoric but. rr. It's always tragic when a child loses its live. Bright. So, hymies going to give. A eulogy to Qube now here's the thing hymie. quimby episodes were ten minutes or less to your eulogy has to be ten seconds or less. Clearly. QB or whatever it is man. And now QB. Whatever happened I'm sorry I didn't get to my contract. I just signed up no y'all disappeared. All. Right. That's it. Moving on Muslim movies and against human is like A, we don't even know what to say about humans have. No that's also thing is to you can go you can download stuff from Netflix and Hulu. Or? Like an hour episode if you're commutes thirty minutes and you're on a train or whatever you can watch thirty minutes on the way to work and thirty minutes. Also driving. That thing called the pause button? Yeah. This Dick Qube have that. No they did not have the posit. Here's what any me I wouldn't know. I'm sure they added on Reno nine one one, it was cool because of like they're watching somebody's cell phone footage what you're watching them watching the cell phone footage, the phone would vibe the op-ed vibrate would tell you the change your orientation. And you would and you could see the cellphone video they're watching but then it makes it weird because like am I missing what they're doing watching the video okay. So I feel like, I'm missing out and so I had to go back and watch it twice. It's it's a lot of work. Give those cleaner active thing but then. It was too much work for me. A, but I'm a completion EST and I like do. You know but you all the way through you don't WanNa just literally cut cut cut right I. Feel like I'm missing something that I had to go back and it's a whole thing also brings you out of the experience of a show because now you're all I have to interact in you could break that you know concentration of being John into the show. Yeah, exactly. So now because as our Halloween up so we have a couple of Halloween things that we're going to do before we in. I. Spider has a story he went to a haunted Where'd you go hundred Moscow? Yeah. It's an old hospital that's out in East Dallas, and I saw it was the next to a trout park out. Thousands of forest and east. Dallas which is pretty cool. But it's been abandoned for like nine or ten years sworn over there to check it out. turns out. There's a security company that guards the whole thing that has motion sensor cameras and lights and everything. ooh. Protect generator running and stuff. So ended up bailing the people went with went back the next day and found one of the security we never saw them again, right And The Dude was like Oh. Yeah. The dude was like, oh. Yeah. Give Me Twenty Bucks, I'll give you a tour of the whole property. So ended up going up there. It was kind of cool like every window and that place was busted out. Tons of graffiti whole lot of swastikas a whole lot of sweat. Comfortable. Just like being mosquito. Well. Yeah. There's some pretty cool graffiti. There's doors that would just open and close on their own that I just attributed to the wind because there was no damn windows. But then there was some random footsteps and stuff.

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"michael" Discussed on MZNOW with Michael Zavala

MZNOW with Michael Zavala

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"michael" Discussed on MZNOW with Michael Zavala

"What'd you think spider? Like it, we got some options there. All right I need to figure out how to turn. All right. We're good. We went shot Patriot Pete this week the second one Patriot Pete Rides again. And the only thing is riding was that clown right? So. And We came back here. We we're probably. Long are we out there like an hour now we are. We had been there for at least an hour and a half. Okay. Then we came back here and we're here for two hours playing will also fax machine also scouting the location was Kinda funny. Yeah because Isn't a part, but there was well, there was a street that we thought we could get to it, but it was a residential street that basically dead end before we got to the park. And we drove by this one guy who was. The guy that was waiting outside of his car. Yeah. For somebody to come by right and we drive by and you know we didn't make eye contact. Straighten his I. WE drive down one show dominance. and. Then on the way back mark looks at them and the guy just starts mad dog mark like Do we need to we need to get out of here. So ran he was also. Ten years. Old. Yeah. We always got beat up by a ten year old in the hood. Well, also, that wasn't Northcliffe West Alice. Is it? Is there a difference? Yes. Okay. Yeah. Michael Gross you from family ties you know from the tremors movies, there's several of them. He's going to be on next and then when we come back from that. Clark and I'm GonNa to tell you how we almost died how. We probably have some sort of disease for messing around and a hill in the middle of the ghetto. Was a lot of fun out I'm afraid that water you're like close all that was td. Let Him, do it by the way that was the cleanest. This pond is like I don't know. I don't know how to square footage is, but it's pretty big and that was the cleanest. It had the least amount of trash. Around it. So that area yeah I saw because the ducks were still alive during. The ducks were so great. Human being. They were coming up to us.

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"michael" Discussed on The Michael Cheney Show

The Michael Cheney Show

08:07 min | 2 years ago

"michael" Discussed on The Michael Cheney Show

"The Michael Chaney show pumping unlicensed liberty and financial freedom directly into your eardrums. Here's your host Michael Chaney. Hello Mike Training here and welcome to today's episode the Hawaiian. Civil War movement. It's time to do admit cheat to do all the Google. Lou as we will be calling, because yes, many social networks plate vote included now have strict censorship rules on mentioning even things like the Google Balu the small lure that you do over in Hawaii so dot. Come out and say we're going to talk today all about this movement. The people that wear Hawaiian shirts. What is all about? And how has it been portrayed in the mainstream media? Go some fascinating articles to share with you some insights how it's being misunderstood misrepresented. And some scary. France event was actually happening with some people in this movement, but also I wanNA share with you a new report that has been put together and redistributed around government. You can guarantee and bet your bottom dollar has been seen by FBI CIA all the other. For that boys out there I want to dive in center report, so we can see what they're saying about booze and the Google Lou. If you don't already know, you can listen to my daily at. On podcast, android or iphone over Michael Chaney Dot. com forward slash listen Michael Chaney, dot com forward slash listen, you can watch on facebook Michael. Dot Com slash facebook, or you can watch on Youtube, Michael Chinese dot com forward slash youtube, so you can die justice content, which ever you choose of course censorship, providing big astros walkout for the global technocracy and tyrants who have sometimes been known to delete my content, okay. Okay with that said. Let's start off by talking about how wikipedia rival places actually define the Goo Balu, Balu of Sam. Switching this rams to try and get wider range, because as you'll find out flight book, itself is actually made changes. In June. That's though this month twenty, twenty, two, how they're gonNA portray, and what they're going to cut back on on their network and anybody that mentions the term Goo Balu. Will be punished came so I'm hence the reason that I'm disquieting that in some fashion, perhaps and hopefully so according to wikipedia the Google movement quote endurance to which often referred to as Gu blue boys will do Balu be is is a loosely organized American. Far right extremist movement now this seems to be the common theme wherever you see this mentioned in mainstream media. This is a group of far-right extremists. They are basically neo Nazis and they. They're the worst thing in the world. Basically terrorists that seems to be how it's being portrayed. Not why I've experienced I would claim myself to be a not what I've seen from. Talking about this, and from the many many videos and images and live streams, I've seen, but apparently that said that's how it's being portrayed, so remember some things tyrants dues they divide and conquer, they try and get infighting amongst ourselves, and they try and disseminate information. This is basically a war against the rulers and this move people the many K.. We all the many bay are the. The few that dig whatever they can do to keep his down to surveillance to instigate brutality against us to steal our money through taxation. None of this is disputable. None of this is an extremist view. It's just fact K now. They're going to put it in a different spin in the opposite going to do. They can't alienate those individuals to paint individuals in a certain lie. and put out in mainstream media so that people at all. No I don't want to be associated with Ou- I've seen those guys where those Hawaiian shirts that the bad guys. That's what they won't. Now according to the verge. FACEBOOK! Soya's flake book as already clamped down on some of this terminology quo flake books says will no longer of it. I've said Flake Book. That's not what Virgin Flake Book. said it will no longer recommended google, blue pages and groups to its uses, and is demoting them in search results flight book tells the verge the changes made on June second, a May the first flight book updated violence and incitement policy to ban Gu blue and similar terms when used with images statements depicting armed violence I by the way we've got bear in mind the fact checkers and the artificial intelligence, and basically completely unintelligent people are checking post and stuff like that on Friday on flight. Quite often get it wrong. I mean I have had images, the said No. We can't show that band on facebook and it was a picture of the cat in the hat with pretend baseball by our of the movie away to pretend to hit hit on the head. No, no economy. It's from a movie. The children will no thought to via K.. So we've got to take this with a pinch of salt, this is how it's happening this encroachment against our freedom of speech and freedom to say and think what we like and associate with individuals that we like it gradually getting smaller and smaller encroachment, sorry is getting bigger and bigger and bigger and our ability to move an operate freely freedom of thought and freedom of expression and movement, an association and congregation together is is being limited all the time now as a piece on autumn Reuters, the I found rights. Also talking about this. Quote specific terms flake. Vote is acting against on its namesake, platform and GRANDPA. Revolving the company said to evade scrutiny. Some Google groups have switched to terms such as the small. Ice based Snow Structure All the small celebration in the island state off the west coast of the USA while maintaining the same discussions about weaponry future wars and conspiracy theories, it continues many Google new participants I identify with wight, nationalist groups or malicious researchers say interesting. All those are gun, rights, advocates or opposed what they see as government overreach some in support. Some even support black lives matter protests against police brutality. Well. Yes, what you will find. We'll get into the detail of this right this. This is referencing report. I'm going to get into one of the main reports. Come Out! This is something that I'm imagining has been funded by government certainly would have been disseminated throughout government and I looking at the Gu. Balu the terminology what they call the militias fear. And we're going to look at their understanding of it, and it's way way off. Okay, what they're not realizing is that people are pissed off K. large swathes of the population right now. There are obviously worried. You'll see that moment when we get into this. They're running scared now. They're seeing. This is growing number and they're talking about it like it's some kind of terrorist. Terrorist organization. It's noise, a group of people that have had enough. You've pushed his enough. You've pushed into a corner. The liberties have been infringed far too often and people had enough so when they're saying. It's really difficult to tie down the ideology of this group I. Don't understand. We've looked. Some of these guys are far right, and so he's a white supremacist and Sonny's..

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"michael" Discussed on MZNOW with Michael Zavala

MZNOW with Michael Zavala

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"michael" Discussed on MZNOW with Michael Zavala

"Now <Speech_Music_Male> the <Speech_Music_Male> name she added. Cost <Speech_Music_Male> Twenty five <Speech_Music_Male> hundred. I mean listen. <Speech_Music_Male> I'm talking to the big man of stairs. <Speech_Male> That's twenty <Speech_Male> five hundred dollars <Speech_Male> a week <Speech_Music_Male> to get a <Speech_Music_Male> prayer request <Speech_Music_Male> in every week <Speech_Music_Male> so expensive. <Speech_Music_Male> Well <Speech_Music_Male> you know it's a listen <Speech_Male> we're <Speech_Male> putting in a position <Speech_Music_Male> to be blessed <Speech_Music_Male> and <Speech_Male> if you cannot be blessed <Silence> unless you give <Speech_Music_Male> and <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> so. That's what <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> we're doing. We're giving <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> you the opportunity <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> to be <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> because think about it. This way <Speech_Music_Male> bride. <Speech_Male> You're giving one hundred <Silence> fifty dollars a week <Speech_Music_Male> at some <Speech_Music_Male> point your life. You'RE <Speech_Male> GONNA make another hundred <Speech_Male> dollars. That's given <Speech_Male> out back to <SpeakerChange> you <Speech_Male> sometimes. <Speech_Male> I <Speech_Music_Male> guess you could see <Speech_Music_Male> here. You <Speech_Music_Male> might make two hundred dollars <Speech_Music_Male> back in your lifetime. <Speech_Music_Male> What that's got saying. Hey <Speech_Male> you know what that hundred <Speech_Male> dollars you gave me <Speech_Male> years ago. I'm GonNa <Speech_Music_Male> give you fifty dollars more. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> That's God's investments. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Michael that a coincidence <Speech_Male> I mean <Speech_Music_Male> but <Speech_Music_Male> they complete blessing <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Male> that's also called. <Speech_Male> If you have a job <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> you might get a paycheck. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> You know what I mean so <Speech_Male> once you get back to your feed <Speech_Male> and you get a job. <Speech_Music_Male> God we'll start rewarding <Speech_Male> what we call these weekly <Speech_Male> paychecks and <Speech_Male> that is <Speech_Male> how you become a <Speech_Music_Male> a a blessed <Speech_Music_Male> divine <Speech_Male> child <Speech_Male> be clear. <Speech_Male> These are your <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> options. <Speech_Music_Male> Yes this is. <Speech_Music_Male> This is all tax <Speech_Music_Male> deductible <Speech_Male> you can write <Speech_Male> this off you're giving <Speech_Male> yourself <Speech_Male> Essentially <Speech_Male> yes <Speech_Music_Male> this is all <Speech_Music_Male> part of being <Speech_Music_Male> my. I mean <Speech_Music_Male> God's children one <Speech_Male> whole jolting <Speech_Male> church <Speech_Male> Joe <Speech_Music_Male> all <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> anyway <Speech_Music_Male> I have to. <Speech_Music_Male> Yeah <Speech_Music_Male> I had <Speech_Music_Male> what he's Mexican <Speech_Music_Male> says that works <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> for <Speech_Music_Male> thing. I think he drowned. <Speech_Music_Male> So we <SpeakerChange> have to fish <Speech_Music_Male> him out <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> He's okay <Speech_Music_Male> well. We <Speech_Music_Male> have money more where that came <Speech_Music_Male> from. <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> Plus you <Speech_Music_Male> remember <Speech_Music_Male> <Silence> the day <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> a <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Female> day. <Speech_Female> I <Speech_Female> feel like you had you had <Laughter> the first part ready <Laughter> <Speech_Music_Female> and then you were <Laughter> waiting for the Lord <Laughter> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Male> Chain <Speech_Music_Male> Direct <Laughter> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> Kate. <Speech_Music_Male> Here <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> okay. <Speech_Music_Male> I'll see you guys. <Speech_Music_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> I don't think we're GONNA see <Speech_Music_Male> you. We'll <Speech_Music_Male> talk to you later. <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> Thanks thanks for your <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> help. <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Music_Male> This is the best <Speech_Music_Male> of 'EM Z. <Speech_Music_Male>

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"michael" Discussed on The Michael Cheney Show

The Michael Cheney Show

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"michael" Discussed on The Michael Cheney Show

"Sure you go and click on Ellis bonds and find the APPS. Oh we I gave them a lesson on. Virtual reality was teaching them the different phases of technology development. Talking about computers. I Then talking about cell phones how big they used to be back in the day talk about the Internet and they couldn't believe a world existed without incident. You know how. How could you ever do things you know? No netflix no google no Siri No looking up any anything. Align than minds were blown by the unspoken about virtual reality in the difference between software and hardware again using examples that they would recognize from games that they liked and devices that they like which is software. Is this hardware just getting the basics with them and then I actually let them Have a short in my Vr headset. Which again blew their minds So the they really loved that my wife however throughout all of this is getting really pissed off. Because I'm doing all this Joaquin practical go lessons. And she's stuck with English and maths but it is by choice. I did offer the chance of the beginning what she wants to do in. She did sensuous best suits without which which may because. I'm not good at that kind of stuff. My math is not right at all so anyway. That is some ideas for you on homeschool and hopefully you found this volleyball. And if you are home school your kids hub. Have Fun with hopefully ideas from what I've told you here or at least mentioned to you here and I will see you on the next episode. All the best. You've been listening to the Michael. Chaney show create your own wealth and protected against taxation turmoil and tyranny over at Michael Chaney Dot com.

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"michael" Discussed on MZNOW with Michael Zavala

MZNOW with Michael Zavala

06:03 min | 3 years ago

"michael" Discussed on MZNOW with Michael Zavala

"Would say I don't give anything a higher. I would say eight and a half. I mean yeah eight and a half. I I don't get your. I don't get anything about like ratings of any how I liked. It doesn't make sense. He just make Knicks. Well pick number between one again. That's my rating. I I really enjoyed it. I don't know why I did it was good timing to like nice little <hes> spot when I didn't have anything to do except for work yeah we're back in the sound Nichols and you are listening on facebook at facebook dot com forward slash MC now. Point eight eight five five eight five the Mike writer a shadowy flight into the dangerous world of a man who does not exist Michael of all a young loner on a crusade to champion the cause of the yeah. I'm I'm not reading this. I'm not reading it of of all the things he's asked me to read over the years. This is <hes> this is this is terrible. I'm I'm I'm not doing it. I'm not doing it. I'm not reading Michael Zavala MC NDAU jog bugs bunny and and you're listening into Michael Shamala Hey this is Mara Wilson and you're listening to Kabbalah. This is M. C.. Now we're GONNA play a game and the game's called now that we had the effects working properly that does this pretty much. Yes we do that whole that's too much to Redo that whole thing you wanted to do it yeah never have from. Let's play a game hang on now. I can get this board to work. I gotta now all right here. We go.

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