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"michael oren" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

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03:50 min | Last month

"michael oren" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"And we will be right back on the interview at radio program. Radio program, I am guest host Kurt schlichter. That, of course, is the clash with Spanish bombs. Off the classic double album, London calling. One of the greatest albums of all time. And very appropriate today for many reasons, including the fact that Boris Johnson has resigned in England. The home of the clash. I am the author of the new book, we'll be back. The phone rise of America. And I find reason to hope, and one of the reasons I have hope is the influx of amazing immigrants to the United States whose energy patriotism faith and family orientation has really manifested itself in ways our Democrat Friends didn't imagine. That's why I'm so excited to be joined by John Carlos sopo, the founder of visto media, which is a public relations firm. He previously led national Hispanic advertising for president Trump's 2020 campaign. Giancarlo, don't you want to be called LatinX? Miss ethnicized you? I identify as Cuban X actually. Oh my God, as you know, I married a lovely Cuban woman and former model. I am that shallow. And you and me both. Well, we need not prove our bravery in any other way. The simple fact is that Democrats see Hispanic Americans as a giant glob a constituency that they can use and exploit. In fact, his back Americans are a varied group of individuals and that's how I think the Republicans see him. And I think that's one of the reasons they're coming over to our side according to polls. Yeah, I think that's right. I think the framework through which the Democrats approach Hispanics tend to be that they view them or they view us rather as this oppressed minority group that we can only thrive in this country through their generous support. But no Hispanic comes to this country to feel like a victim. People come to this country to thrive Hispanics have been very successful in the United States. If the U.S. Hispanic population was its own country, it would be by far the richest in all of Latin America. So that just goes to show you how much Hispanics have been very successful in the United States. And we don't need the Democratic Party to defend us from systemic racism or any other thing that they want to concoct that they say that we're victims of. We're doing great. And we had a solid tremendous success with poverty rates declining significantly under president Trump and his administration. He had to fantastic pro growth policies. Hispanics are lead to nation and the creation of small businesses. So Hispanics are doing just fine. And we want to succeed. And we don't like pandering and we don't like this condescending tone that the Democrats take with us. And I think that combined with other cultural reasons to use alluded to earlier, say like LatinX, Hispanics are very traditional in our views and our families where Hispanics on average have an additional child compared to say like the average white family, more people per household, very hardworking. And so I think that's why the Democrats are struggling with Hispanics. There is a cultural mismatch between them and their preoccupation with political correctness versus Hispanics who tend to be more traditional, don't really care a lot about PC. We want to succeed. We're.

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"michael oren" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

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03:38 min | Last month

"michael oren" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"Well, Biden is polling right there with monkey pox. Well, I mean, he got 30. He's down to 30. How low can he go? As you say, what you're seeing here in these really lousy polling numbers. It's not just Republicans. We're really not inclined to give him much benefit of the doubt when he started the presidency. Maybe they gave it to him for that first month or two and then they get tired of them. The independence bit by bit over 2021 started to abandon him. What you're seeing now is Democrats no longer quite so reticent about telling a pollster, yes, I just can't support this guy. I can't pretend that things are going well. Right now, I think it was 75% approval among the Democrats, which is still high, but remember today's era of great polarization. Usually a president is getting about 90% support or higher. Among members of his own party. And so what it is is 18% of Democrats are saying, yes, I don't think he's doing a good job. And then about another 7% or so are like, I don't know, even when that's not listed. I don't know. Yeah, you know, I don't know. I'm open minded about Joe Biden. He seems pretty steady. When you ask a Democrat. So what do you think of Joe Biden when you think a job he's doing? I'm envisioning this long sigh. I'm not uncomfortable silence. I don't know. You know, if you can't say anything nice, tell the pollster. No opinion. No. Capitulation, although not quite willing to say, I don't approve of the job he's doing. And again, how much of that 75% are gritting their teeth and saying, yes, I think things are going well in the country, you know. We're at relatively well. I mean, it could be worse. Theoretically, Jim Garrett eat national review, everybody should sign up for the morning jolt. I do. I get it, actually, I get on two email accounts, so there's no missing it. Let me ask you something. I have a theory, as you know, I am a fan of LatinX Americans since I married one. I think the biggest under reported story of the last year is the massive shift of Hispanic voters to the point where it is now polling evenly Republican and Democrat. I think the Democrats invested heavily thinking that the Hispanic vote would be a permanent Democrat constituency. And I think Hispanic Americans said Noah bueno bueno. I don't speak smash. And are going their own way because the Republican Party fits what they want. Do you agree with me that this is a significant and undercover story? We got about 30 seconds. Not only is this a major significant and undercover story, I think that based on what we've seen in the past two years or so, considering the voting rates of Latino Hispanic Americans, particularly those who are immigrants from countries that have suffered under socialism and how they see America how they see its values and what they want to preserve. Current at this point, if you come from a socialist country, I want open borders and immediate past this citizenship. Nice. In fact, we are a country of immigrants. We're founded by give these people citizenship. I want them voting in these elections as much as possible. Well, let me tell you, my Cupid family. Not real open to the Democrats. But let's just put it that way. I'm kerch flicker. That was a great Jim Garrett. From national review online, morning Joel, go subscribe. I'm the author of will be back, the following rise of America, go pre order that sucker, you won't regret it..

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Matthew Betley on His New Book, 'the Neighborhood'

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Matthew Betley on His New Book, 'the Neighborhood'

"If we reach your stuff, is it going to be woke? Is it going to be politically correct? Is it going to make us want to pound our heads against the wall because it's full of liberal nonsense? Matt Bentley. Yeah, of course, not in fact, the one thing I've tried to do is even though I'm an outspoken conservative. I try and keep my policy most part out. My books because I just want to entertain the reader that my job as a writer is to entertain the reader. Well, I've got to agree with you there, Matt Bentley. I want to entertain people with will be back phone rise of America. It is outspokenly conservative, but it is nonfiction.

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The Keys to Becoming a Successful Author

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01:00 min | Last month

The Keys to Becoming a Successful Author

"You and I both came out of the military. We both saw had some to say and we just went and did it and we both been successful. Before we talk more about that neighborhood, tell us what your advice is to authors who have a dream of being published. Well, I'm a bit of a realist on this because I first started writing Overwatch. My first book, which came out in 2016 and was a military debuted as a military times top ten and nominated for the best thriller of 2016, but I started writing that book in 2010 and it is a brutal brutal process to get to where I was very fortunate to get to, it took me 18 months to write the book, another year to get an agent and then 14 months before I had my first deal with Simon and Schuster for the Logan west series. But what I tell people is you have to be able to deal with rejection because every step of the process in publishing is designed to make you

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How Boris Johnson Lost the Trust of the UK

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01:15 min | Last month

How Boris Johnson Lost the Trust of the UK

"Now you are a Marine Corps officer. You served in Fallujah, I believe. You understand the importance of saying the example. And one of the things that really started the downward spiral for Boris Johnson is during COVID, he was very much a lockdown kind of guy. And then he goes like Gavin Newsom. Yeah, but Gavin Newsom managed to skate. Boris Johnson's having these parties during lockdown at number 10 Downing Street and then it came out and the people were mad. Why is setting an example? That is as a leader sharing the burdens of your troops or as a leader or a country of your citizens, so important because I think a lot of politicians like Boris Johnson who never served in his country's military. I think to his detriment, why is it so important? Why is that such an essential part of the ethics of a Marine Corps and an army officer? Well, it goes back to being able to have the content and of the men and women that you lead over and serve with. Because as a leader, it's your job to serve with the people that are under you. And if you don't have their confidence, you can't do your job.

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What Does Boris Johnson's Resignation Mean?

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00:46 sec | Last month

What Does Boris Johnson's Resignation Mean?

"To get your take on what the imminent resignation of Boris the mess Johnson, because he looks like he looks like his hair was thrown at him in the morning. He looks like a hobo in a $5000 suit. And acts with that level of responsibility and coherence. What do you think the effect of the change at the top in the British government is going to be? Well, who knows what the change in the top of the British government is going to be? I mean, look at all the problems they have, how many decades it took to get Brexit going? And then once they decide to do it, how many referendums they had to have. So nothing in any government moves quickly. But

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Why Does Israel Have so Many Elections?

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00:58 sec | Last month

Why Does Israel Have so Many Elections?

"You may think that we're chaotic. But the Israelis, holy cow. What are they on the 58th election? And like the last month, I mean, holy cow. It's like the Italian parliament back in the 70s. They had like 72 governments. And now that's the Israelis. What is it about countries that begin with the letter I? Dwayne, do you have any idea what's going on with this? What is it? Is it countries would begin with I or chaotic? What's going to happen in Ireland? Well, Northern Ireland is actually going to have issues as well. Scotland wants to leave. There's all sorts of fun things. You know, my ancestors came from Scotland from falkirk. From the macaws. And I look at what Scotland's become. Now mine were hard Scrabble hardworking, not very nice people. I know that now the Scots are a bunch of politically correct commies who you can't understand because they're drunk and slurring their words.

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Boris Johnson Announces Resignation as UK Prime Minister

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00:56 sec | Last month

Boris Johnson Announces Resignation as UK Prime Minister

"Boris Johnson. Over in old blighty. The green and pleasant land. Home of bands such as the clash and Joy Division. And the who, of course. While Hugh, he's going. Boris Johnson is going. Boris Johnson, he's the prime minister of Great Britain. He looks like a hobo. Stuffed into a $5000 suit. And he's going to resign today. He's had something like 50 is producer Dwayne around. No, he's gone. Everybody's gone. I'm abandoned. Here, much like, much like Boris Johnson. I think something in the area of 50 of various ministers and functionaries in the party have just cashed in their chips. They've resigned. Because Boris Johnson Boris Johnson is wounded and bleeding, he is the wildebeest on the veldt.

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"michael oren" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

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03:03 min | Last month

"michael oren" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"Anybody else. So we're calling you did not mention are you a sooner or a cowboy or did you go to a football school in the big tent? I actually went to the university of Arkansas. Which is not too bad. Oh my gosh. I got lured across the border to be a razorback and so I'm disappointed that we're not making it to the college World Series this year. But yes, it's actually where I grew up. It's equally distant from OU, Oakland, the state and Arkansas. They're all pretty close to the same drive. So I got pulled over there. No, there's no football there either. So it doesn't matter. I just hope you're a Baker Mayfield guy. He's going to be a Seattle seahawk pretty soon. So Lou Colin, what is the website? What is the money situation? And when do people vote and is there early voting in Oklahoma? There is early voting. That started yesterday, so people can vote today and tomorrow and then of course selection days on Tuesday. My website is Luke Holland dot com and yeah, please go online, donate money if you're encouraged by my campaign. The more the merrier we can get our message out there and make sure we get to victory. Are you traveling with senator in office? I don't know if he can lead D.C.. They're working on a lot of things. We were planning on making some steps today, but they just finished late last night. So I don't think he's going to make it back in time for him to join me, but yeah, we'll be going around this weekend to the whole state. Yeah, you're traveling with saint Jim in Oklahoma, right? That's like having a miraculous vision when you're out with Jim. Good luck to you this weekend, Luke, and thank you. And if you are the nominee, we will be a 100% with you. And if you're in the runoff, we'll be talking to you again very soon. I appreciate your joining us this morning. Luke Holland dot com, right? Yeah, that's right. Thanks so much, you. Great to talk to you. Be well. Welcome back, America. Joining me from Israel is doctor Michael horn, former Israeli ambassador to the United States former deputy minister in the about two Netanyahu governments ago. And I'm so glad you could make it this morning, doctor oran, because the question on my mind is whether or not BB can pull together a new coalition over the weekend before the Knesset is dissolved in the interim government takes over. What's the answer? And nobody knows. He's got one short. One seat short. Very tantalizing. He's got to get one member of the coalition to bolt and come over to him. Promising that member the sky. It could be foreign minister. He could be any ministry one or she wants. If they come over, they're doing it, depends on whether I said it before on the program view, whether he can bury the hatchet. With those who want to bury the hatchet in him and sort of move on, those people being Betty gone support the defense minister who has 9 seats with get on charge justice minister who has 5 seats with a second member of the Amina party of Bennett's own party, a yellow chiquet, whether she can get any of these three individuals to come over..

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"michael oren" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

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04:38 min | Last month

"michael oren" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"Wade, even this morning. Now, to be the chief of staff to the United States senators, no, mean feet to begin with. But Luke and I got to tell you my favorite gym in hop story and then ask you about your background. Jim was listening to the show one morning when I was pitching sponsorship for kids to go to prison fellowship camp. And he called up and he sponsored 5 kids on the condition that he knew their name so he could meet with him. I just love your boss. Your boss is a great American. I'm sorry to see him go. How did he come to pick you to be his chief of staff? So I actually worked for him for a little over a decade. I started with him right out of college and had an entry level job, literally sorting mail in the mailroom and didn't expect to be working for him for as long as I did, but it turns out that I really enjoyed the work and I was pretty good at it and he took a liking to me and the work that I was able to do for him and eventually it just became kind of a partnership where whatever he was working on. I was right there with him and especially on the military issues. He's been the leader of the armed services committee for a number of years and with all the challenges that we're facing overseas. There's no more important issue that we need to address as a federal government than the threats we face abroad. And to make sure that our men and women in uniform have all the resources that they need to address any of those concerns that come up. And so as Oklahoma's next senator, making sure that we have the strongest fighting force in the world is going to be my top priority. Now, look, Holland, when I talk to Alex ray, who has dropped out, or Scott prude, who has it, they talk about the tribes. And I do not want the fella who's supporting who supported by the tribes to win. Because I just think their position is not in keeping with American constitutional law. Tell us about the race right now. Yeah, it's kind of a jump ball. Right now, every statewide office in Oklahoma is on the ballot for the first time in maybe I think it's in decades. I can't remember exactly how long it's been, but the governor, lieutenant governor, and both senators. And there's 13 candidates in this race. There's three or four of us, Scott being one of them. TWC and who you just mentioned and markwayne mullin and I are probably the four candidates who have the best shot were a runoff state. So no one is going to get over 50% in this race. And so we'll find out on Tuesday, which too will go to the runoff, which is at the end of August. And so we've had great reception to our message focusing on restoring America's foundation of freedom and Christian values and really getting things focused back where they need to be back to the basics to get this country back on the right track. Couldn't be happier with our campaign and I'm very excited to see the results on Tuesday I'm very optimistic about my chances of making it to the runoff and then ultimately winning the race and becoming Oklahoma's next senator. So I want people to understand. Mister Shannon is not a bad man. He's just bought and paid for by the tribes. And the tribes want mcgirt to remain the law of the United States. And I want mcgirt to be overturned. I think it will be when another case comes up. Where do you stand on mcgirt, Luke Collin? Yeah, I'm really excited to see what case comes out. There's a case right now at the Supreme Court that we might get a decision on today that could limit mcgirt to just criminal activities. Right now there's huge jurisdictional challenges in eastern Oklahoma about law enforcement. And I actually talked to a sheriff not too long ago who was visited by the FBI after he returned fire at a house that he responded to and he was visited by the FBI because it turns out that the person inside the house was a tribal member. And he was told that he didn't have jurisdiction to do that. So that kind of confusion that you just can't have among law enforcement and if we're able to limit the issues of mcgirt to just criminal, which we don't know if we can yet or not, but if we can just limit it to criminal, then I think that we'll be able to figure out a solution to it. If it extends beyond criminals to tax or regulatory issues, then it does become a whole other box of can of worms that needs to be needs to be addressed. But I'm very passionate about ensuring that all oklahomans have the same kind of opportunities and rise as.

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Is the 'Toy Story' Outrage Real?

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01:36 min | Last month

Is the 'Toy Story' Outrage Real?

"I'm not Sonny, I got a question for you about marketing. I learned this when the arc came out. The Russell Crowe aren't movie, whatever that was called NOAA or whatever. They created a controversy. I mean, they actually and I know that people who did this. They created a controversy. Oh, conservative Christians won't like this movie because of the way that we portray certain elements. And they just made it up, conservative Christians didn't care about them. It was a stinker. And so I think most of that so called controversy about this is made up by Disney to try and get attention to a movie that's just a stinker. Which controversy is that. That there's a same sex kiss, which, you know, basically wouldn't register on my radar to begin with. And I don't think anyone is not going to his thinker movie. It's just that movies are expensive. I took my grandkids to see a movie. I took them to see bad guys, and I loved it. But you know, I was kind of stunned at what it cost to go to the movies with three kids. Yeah. Yeah, no, it's expensive. I mean, there's certainly a ginned up controversy element to a lot of there's a type of marketing that is basically well, you know, some people aren't going to like this. And because those people are bad. You saw the same thing during the Obi-Wan show where there was a supposedly a controversy about some Star Wars fans didn't like it because the lead villain in the show is a black woman. And I mean, I'm sure there's some YouTube comments there somewhere who was complaining about that, but the real problem with that show was that it's just boring.

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The FDA Has Lost the Trust of the American People

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01:07 min | Last month

The FDA Has Lost the Trust of the American People

"So it comes my turn to talk about it and I know that FDA and jewel are on the agenda cut number 24 Jacob, please. I don't hear anything from the administration about fentanyl. And those numbers are through the roof. It's a tomb and the fentanyl that all of us agree is the number one part of the border crisis is what we have to be focused on to kill the 107,000 American last year. It is a wide open border. I know you wanted to talk about the FDA and Joel. And I have to say, why are we focusing part of the federal government? The FDA on regulating jewel when we can't regulate the border. Why do we assume the federal government can do anything when it can't do the first thing, which is to control the border. As Molly said, the cartels control the border, not that. And administration, so why would we trust the FDA, which had a very bad year anyway in the course of COVID? They blew the Johnson & Johnson pause. They blew in fact, they blew a lot of the Abbott laboratory process. They do not have a great reputation right now and they're shutting down jewel. I'm not a fan of Joel. Why in the world would we trust them when the government can't do anything on its number one job?

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Still Little to No News in January 6 Hearings

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01:02 min | Last month

Still Little to No News in January 6 Hearings

"We also got on the panel last night to the one 6 hearing, and a big surprise, a big surprise for me. I learned something from the one securing history, cut number 23. What do you make of this hearing today and overall how these have kind of come out methodically? Well, today I learned something new. Something that's unusual. I learned that the assistant attorney general for the office of legal counsel, Steve engel. I've only met once and had a long conversation with once. But he very highly esteemed in Washington, D.C., and he served in that job four years for president Trump. When asked by president Trump what he would do if he fired the acting attorney general replaced him with a Trump oil is further down. He said, I'll quit. And the president backed off. That's news. That's the first time I've learned something from these hearings. And so the reason the public is fundamentally disinterested in what is going on in the Nancy Pelosi won 6 committee is that there is precious little news in these carriers. But when there is some, I notice it. And I know that the president got pushed back from one of his most trusted age and we ought to know that.

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"michael oren" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

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03:01 min | Last month

"michael oren" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"It's a 136 pages, but I did this in 53 seconds, cut number 22. You significant, this gun ruling today, the impact nationwide. Well, there are 6 other states brat that have the same sort of regime about issuing permits that New York State does, a regime that was struck down as unconstitutional under the plain language of the Second Amendment today. Justice Alito, he wrote a concurring opinion, 6 judges, 6 justices agreed and justice Thomas wrote the majority opinion, but justice later said, look, what we're deciding today is very simply put. Americans have the right to go out of their house and carry their weapon in self defense. They don't have to beg a bureaucrat to get that permit. And 43 states already agree with that. The 7 states who have asked me may give you the permit regimes, their laws are unconstitutional. No one should be surprised by this. It's been ten years coming and being made explicit, but it's not a surprise. It's not a surprise. And the hysteria on the left, the story of the morning, the jet ticks me off. It's nothing other than woke big law. Big law our law firms that are bigger than 300 lawyers. And woke big law includes Kirkland and Ellis. The single best Supreme Court advocate in the United States is named Paul Clement. He is the former solicitor general of the United States until yesterday he was a partner at Kirkland and Ellis. He won the gun case. He always wins. On the single occasion where I not only got input, but may have had decisive input on who would represent a friend in front of the United States Supreme Court. I said, do whatever you have to, but go get Paul Clement. And I've never met Paul Clement. He's good friends with Carol Platt Lee bow on the Salem. Media editorial board, longtime friend of mine, but they went to law school together at Harvard. I just know who wins at the Supreme Court. Originally, the single best Supreme Court litigator in the United States with pedals and a pet is old, and Ken Starr was second best, and then he became best as Ted got older in Ken got older, but now it's Paul Clement. So if you've got everything on the line, you want to win at the Supreme Court. You hire Paul Clement. And he became a lawyer at Kirkland and Ellis, which is a big law. Now it's a big blue law law firm. And he left yesterday because he won the gun case. The Wall Street Journal has an editorial about this day. And if you are a client of Kirkland Ellis, I'm not telling you to leave. I'm just telling you they're not going to be your lawyers. If you're a conservative, they're not going to do their best. They're not going to do their best. You have to ask yourself, who is running this firm? That they would let Paul Clement leap because they just let the best Supreme Court litigator in the United States late. So if you're a K and E client, you've got to ask yourself, do we really want that firm, which puts politics ahead of expertise when it comes to law? Do we really want to woke law? And I would encourage you to read, you run your gun case, you're fired. Kirkland Ellis tells Paul Clement in a partner to dump their Second Amendment clients. They refuse and resign. It's a great editorial..

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Supreme Court Strikes Down Gun Restrictions in New York

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01:16 min | Last month

Supreme Court Strikes Down Gun Restrictions in New York

"The big news yesterday, of course, Supreme Court said that the Second Amendment oddly means what it says. It's a plane reading. I was on with special report last night with Brett bear joined by the estimable Molly Hemingway and Leslie Marshall and got asked out of the box explain it and it's a 136 pages, but I did this in 53 seconds, cut number 22. You significant, this gun ruling today, the impact nationwide. Well, there are 6 other states brat that have the same sort of regime about issuing permits that New York State does, a regime that was struck down as unconstitutional under the plain language of the Second Amendment today. Justice Alito, he wrote a concurring opinion, 6 judges, 6 justices agreed and justice Thomas wrote the majority opinion, but justice later said, look, what we're deciding today is very simply put. Americans have the right to go out of their house and carry their weapon in self defense. They don't have to beg a bureaucrat to get that permit. And 43 states already agree with that. The 7 states who have asked me may give you the permit regimes, their laws are unconstitutional. No one should be surprised by this. It's been ten years coming and being made explicit, but it's not a surprise.

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"michael oren" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

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01:56 min | Last month

"michael oren" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"1172. Join now by the poet laureate of the Hugh Hewitt show Tarzan and Joe hello, Joe. Hello, Hugh on some reflection on this month's issues. Before mankind had learned to dance or even sing a tomb, we've mapped the months by measuring the phases of the moon, and as the year progresses and contingencies were planned for, the names of moss became bound up in all the things they stand for. April is the month that has been designated greed. That's when we pay the IRS more money than they need. I gather all my paperwork and when I do the math, I find that April also is the month we honor wrath. November stands for gluttony. Oh, how the world is bleak and when we all eat incessantly across a four day weekend. August is the month for sloth. Warm weariness profound and something that we poets pursue the whole year round. December is the month new car commercials pay a visit. We see those giant bows and the envy is exquisite. I live in I live, I wouldn't think of being rude. Gracious coexistence is a goal to be pursued. Name a month for leadership or name it for success. Name it for affection. I think we'd all say yes. But now I understand how the apocalypse begins. When we name our months in honor of the 7 deadly sins. That's what goeth before a fall. Like tarzana Joe. Isn't January the month of success, Joe? I used to live near a town called Lake success. And I thought, I only moved to Lake success Long Island. I would really be a winner, but never could afford it. There is a Lake success in Long Island. Lake success Long Island, a planned community. I think like Irvine. Well, I just think Lake success and Irvine and rustin have very planned community. Joe, thank you. That will be available tarzana Joe dot com. Are you open for business in.

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Bill Gates says crypto and NFTs are a sham

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01:04 min | Last month

Bill Gates says crypto and NFTs are a sham

"Bill Gates says NFTs and crypto are 100% based on the greater fool theory. Now, generally, I see more. Are you familiar with the greater fool theory? The greater what theory? The greater fool theory. No. The greater fool theory is that no matter what you pay for something, there will be a greater fool around who will pay more for it. I've seen that in action in the last couple of weeks having it. Yeah, we have. We know. Actually, it's a true theory. Bill Gates believes in it. That's why I think I said, can we get a Montage someday of how many times I told people not to buy crypto on the show? It goes back at least 5 years. And what did I say? Don't buy what you don't understand. So unless you can sit down and explain to me how blockchain currency replaces a reserve currency, don't buy it. But in any event and non fungible tokens, that to me with the tulip bulb thing. If you study the history of economics, Arthur Brooks, westbury, they all begin with the tulip bulb thing. That's when there was a market bubble in tulip bulbs.

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The Economy Is on the Pathway to a Recession

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The Economy Is on the Pathway to a Recession

"The news yesterday is the news as it was all week. The economy sucks because Joe Biden is president. Recession fears grow is down closes below 30,000 in mortgage rates spike. That is the headline in The Washington Post. So the second headline fed's full tilt inflation fight makes a softish landing harder to achieve. The already slim odds writes the Financial Times Colby Smith in Washington, D.C., of the Federal Reserve bringing down inflation without causing a painful economic downturn, took another leg lower on Wednesday as the U.S. Central Bank embraced what is said to be the most aggressive campaign to tighten monetary policy in decades. And that led that led to the Dow going down 741 points to close at 29 92. That's below 30,000. It was never below 30,000. I don't think under Trump. Maybe I'm wrong, but I don't think so.

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A Brief History on Israel's Day of Remembrance

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00:59 sec | 3 months ago

A Brief History on Israel's Day of Remembrance

"The day of remembrance, I always find very moving, even though I'm not Jewish. Tell us about it. It's really the only unique Israeli holiday. Israel Independence Day is celebrated by Jewish communities around the world, but no one really marks Memorial Day the way we remark Memorial Day. The entire country goes into mourning for 24 hours. A siren sounds at 8 o'clock at night and then the next morning at 11 o'clock, the entire country stands still, if you're on the highway cars go up to the side, people stand at attention. We all visit military cemeteries. I was in the military cemetery yesterday. It's deeply moving because we have all lost friends and relatives initial wars. Victims of terror, and we pay homage. We go into this deep morning in the extraordinary thing is that at 8 o'clock at night, the next night, we go immediately into ecstatic celebration of Israel's independence. We go through this one from radical morning to radical to ecstatic celebration, I don't know anything like it.

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The Media and Their Abortion Myths

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01:13 min | 3 months ago

The Media and Their Abortion Myths

"Abortion dominated the coverage. I commented last night before I went out to the movie that, you know, if you read the elite media and I do every night show prep. It's so deep blue. It's so pro abortion right. You won't get a sense of it. Republicans on cusp of abortion win seek to change the subject. No, they're not. I'm going to play for you in segment three, John thune on the Senate floor. It's best example, but Joni Ernst on this show, you have to say Nikki Haley. We are all proudly pro life. We want to restrict abortion, but do so via state legislatures and not change a single blue state law. That's the bottom line. We're not trying to change the subject. We're happy to campaign on that subject. And if blue states don't want candidates adopting that subject, you will get Republicans like Pete Wilson running in states like that who have always been pro choice. It reflects the federalism of America. This is abortion pills by mail posed challenge for officials in red state. No, they don't. They can't stop those. The interstate commerce clause. Once close allies, Robertson Alito have taken divergent path. No, they have not. They are still together far more than they are apart, and there's no indication that chief justice had did not assign the opinion to Alito. That's a made up of blue bubble media thing.

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President Biden Responds to SCOTUS Leak

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01:53 min | 3 months ago

President Biden Responds to SCOTUS Leak

"Let's go to Joe Biden, cut number 5 in The White House. Change the law saying that children who are LGBTQ can't be in classrooms with other children. Is that legit under the way that the decisions are written? What are the next things that are going to be attacked? Because this mega crowd is really the most extreme political organization that's existed in American history. In recent American history. Let's just unpack that. First of all, put aside the Ku Klux Klan, put aside the Nazi sympathizers, put aside the John birch society, put aside antifa, put aside the January 6 protester, the maga kraut. In reference to the Supreme Court decision by 5 justices, three of whom were nominated by president Trump, all of whom were distinguished jurists long before president Trump came down the escalator as candidate Trump. And of course, the chief justice and clarence Thomas had been on the court for a very long time in justice Alito was a George Bush appointee as well. W Bush appointee. And I'd be sure that that HW Bush, let me George W. Bush appointee. And I'm just here to he came up after Harriet Meyers with withdrawn. So it's cheap justice Roberts than justice Alito. I'm just sure to tell you, the uniter in chief, that's just not true. This is such an over the top comment that, again, it's like the Pope saying NATO is responsible for invading Russia. Maga is the most extreme. And by the way, LGBTQ children, I understand some children so identify, I also understand that no teacher in America would ever separate them and they also understand that that would fail rational basis review. It is the reddest of herrings I have ever heard. It's the stupidest thing I've actually ever heard Joe Biden say.

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Ukraine Army Takes Back Villages, Russians Continue Assault

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00:39 sec | 3 months ago

Ukraine Army Takes Back Villages, Russians Continue Assault

"Good news in Ukraine is Ukrainian forces retake villages near the city of karke relieving pressure on the city. Russia is just they lost another general where helping them kill the generals. They're up to 12 dead Russian generals. Maybe 13 by now. And they're pushing back and Russia is contemplating a call, not going to be happy about going to the death trap and the death trap tanks. But Russia is falling back in many places. That mean the war isn't over. There's still a much bigger country they still have many more arms. They still have much more money. But we will see. We will see when and if Putin decides enough is enough, I'm not getting my objective here.

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Biden's Ineptitude With Russia Could lead to the Fall of Taiwan

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00:38 sec | 3 months ago

Biden's Ineptitude With Russia Could lead to the Fall of Taiwan

"I want you to put your Kevlar on for a second. And let's talk a little about Taiwan. On which you are you're an expert on. You know what? I'm very concerned about Taiwan right now because of Biden's complete failure of being able to deter Russia from invading Ukraine. And of course, the fiasco of the Afghanistan pull out. And you add those together and you look at the Biden administration steadfast inability to make good decisions in a timely fashion. And the Chinese Communist Party might think that perhaps now is a good time to go.

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Can Ron DeSantis Overcome the 2024 Trump Train?

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00:56 sec | 3 months ago

Can Ron DeSantis Overcome the 2024 Trump Train?

"I want to see Godzilla fight camera. I want to see a primary involving Donald Trump if he chooses to run. And Ron DeSantis and any of the other conservative kaiju who decide that they want to get on monster island and battle it out. What do you think of that? Do you think a look, not that you're necessarily for or against any particular guy, but don't you agree that a primary will sharpen and hone whoever is going to go up against whatever meat puppet they put up in place of grandpa badfinger in 2024. Absolutely. No, I think the worst case scenario is that Trump says, I'm reading people and all the other Republicans say, okay, I can't beat them. I'm out. I don't think I don't think desantis can. I think this is desantis time, and I think he, I think he's got to do it if he's ever going to do it. And boy, he's making, he's making quite a splash.

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"michael oren" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

04:24 min | 3 months ago

"michael oren" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"Soldiers from the sky we're back on the Hugh Hewitt radio program on guest host Kurt schlichter, senior columnist, the tow hall. I am the author of the new book, will be back, the fallen rise of America, which you should go pre order right now, we'll be back the fall and rise of America. I also retired in the United States Army colonel, and I'm very proud to welcome to the Hugh Hewitt radio program. A regular doctor Michael Oren former ambassador to the United States from the State of Israel and a paratrooper himself. Doctor Oren, welcome. Welcome, welcome. I'm laughing because I don't think I ever jumped out of an airplane. I think I was pushed to great number of times though. I jumped out 5 times. I got the badge and that accomplished exactly what I needed tactically, which was getting dates. In Israel, we never jumped during the day and to jump with 200 pounds of equipment than this two large gentlemen on either side of the door saying, you know, after you, no after you. I remember one poor gentleman some poor private stopped the door and said, I'm not going. And sarn airborne picked him up and threw him out doing I'm sure he got his badge. Biggest favor anyone ever did to him. Great to be with you. Great to have you. And first, you know, here on the radio program, we watch Israeli politics like some people watch sports. And some people meaning, of course, you hew it watching sports. Exports. Yes. What is the status of the present coalition in Israel? Very, very shaky. After the defection of one member of the coalition, actually the secretary of the coalition, we're down to the basically a tie between the opposition and the coalition, which means no legislation can be passed. And one of the key members of the coalition is a Arab Islamic purist party that is taking strong objection to Israel's security measures to secure the Western Wall on the Temple Mount from Palestinian rioters. And so they have basically the Arab Islamic party has frozen its participation in the government, which means the government has less than a majority it needs to remain in power. The whole thing's baffling and all I can think of is the Italian saying thank goodness for the Israelis because someone has a crazier political system than we do. And we should say that about the Italians. Thank God for the Italians. But then I look at Washington and I'm like, yeah, maybe I'm not one to talk. I'm very concerned about the relationship with Israel and the United States in the Biden era. How do you characterize it and how can we move forward? And of course, how does Israel handle the fact that there are people in the Biden administration who actively despise the Jewish state. Well, at the risk of sounding tautological here, the Biden administration is not the Obama administration and it's neither the Trump administration. For example, the Iran nuclear deal. You're on nuclear deal. I mean, nobody in the Biden administration says what Obama used to say that it's going to block Iran's path to the bomb. Nobody says that. Nobody says that the deal is going to make Iran into a responsible regional power. Nobody says that anymore. You may ask the question, but why the heck are they going for this deal? Now, because they're party wants it. The party has elevated the Iran nuclear deal into something like the Holy Grail. It's become iconic. And if you're a Democrat, you got to support it. And it's for us. It's completely baffling and very, very scary. On the Palestinian issue, it's mostly just rhetoric to tell the truth. I think you can do the Palestinians don't really have a leadership. The Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas has 85 years old. He's a three pack a day guy. He's going into the I think he's 16 or 17 years into his four year term because he won't stand for reelection. He just doesn't have the power or the ability or the will to negotiate. So the administration is going to make noises critical of Israeli policy. There was just a joint statement put out by Tony blinken, the Secretary of State with George with Jordan's foreign minister that was blistering in his condemnation of our police efforts to protect Jewish citizens in the State of Israel. I also to protect Palestinians. There are hundreds of Palestinian kids throwing stones up on the Temple Mount. Palestinians, what would the American police do in that situation, I wonder? So it's most eradicate uncomfortable. The main issue is the Iran nuclear deal. Right now, those talks are stalled and frankly, I'm delighted..

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"michael oren" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

05:26 min | 4 months ago

"michael oren" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"Curious, are you working on another book about modern drill? About to start by what I hope to be the definitive book on Israel's war of independence to do for that war, what I did for the 1967 war. So that's a very long and difficult project. I'm straight up. I get fundraising for it. Yesterday, I've got a fundraised through a book because books are very expensive. You have to pay for researchers and research around the world. So I'm literally fundraising for this book. Are you doing GoFundMe? Yes, I agree to do a GoFundMe on working through a wonderful organization called the hidden light institute, which recently produced a great film about Monaco. So they're taking this on as their next project. That would be about four years. Please, please, please let us know where we can tell the audience to go and support your work. We appreciate your joining us. Every week. Ambassador Michael orrin from Israel, thank you. Great peace in the forward. I have twittered it out. I would recommend to all of you follow doctor ornette doctor DR Michael Oren on Twitter as well. The new Twitter, the Elon Musk Twitter. They'll never, ever been in from that. Don't go anywhere hour, number two, straight ahead of the Hugo at show on this third day. I want to remind you that our sponsor is Andrew and Todd dot com. There was Sierra Pacific, they lend you money to refinance your house or buy a home or help your son or daughter become investors in real estate by becoming a non occupying co borrower. They help senior citizens with reverse mortgage. They help veterans with no money down mortgages. They help you refinance. So if you need to get money out of your house or you need a whole new house, go to Andrew and Todd dot com or call them. At triple-A triple-A, 1172. Somewhere on the welcome back America Hewlett live inside a very wet beltway, opening day in Kansas City today where the guardians take the field for the first time in their uniforms. They will be triumphant baseline José Ramírez to a 5 year extension yesterday. So we're feeling pretty good. I don't know if the admiral is himself a baseball fan. Admiral staff reedus, are you a baseball fan? No, not especially. I'm a tennis player. So I'm about as far from a baseball fan. I guess you hit balls in both sports. It's about the closest I can come to it. Then you can adopt the guardians. I'll just give them to you. But now admiral, let's go to the news. I had dinner on Tuesday night with our friend Jerry Hendrix and Mark van roff and ten other navalist and I'm the dummy in the room asking questions, obviously. And they were talking about the lessons being learned in Ukraine. I just want to give that open to you. What are the lessons we are learning in Ukraine? Well, we're relearning a classic lesson of war, which is that when you go on offense, the defense has an inherent advantage. Clausewitz said defenses to offense as three is to one. And the Russians came in with a 180,000 troops against 150,175 thousand Ukrainians and they've had a really tough slog number two. We have relearned that amateurs talk about strategy, the professionals are working on the logistics. This thing has become a logistic war with the west is winning with good logistics putting javelins and stingers and weapons in the hands of Ukrainians in the Russians are failing badly in the third lesson we relearn is that conscripts reservists, lack of leadership, hobble your forces, greatly. So I think that package and then secondly, I bet knowing Jerry and Rex, who's one smart guy, you were probably talking about does this whole thing tell us that tanks and low flying aircraft are no longer useful on a battlefield because they were so chewed up by the Ukrainians. Here I'm a little more cautious here. I think it's a little premature to declare the end of armor on the battlefield. Although certainly, I'll close with this, the 21st century way of war is going to hinge more on unmanned, more on special forces who are armed with very lethal handheld weapons. And number three, and this is the surprising one to me, cyber. We really haven't seen the Russians use cyber yet. We need to pull into that and understand why that is. So there's a package apologize for the length, but there's no, we may have deterred them. Is it possible that we deterred them on the cyber and what we said we would do? Yes, it's possible that we deterred them. It's possible our side has literally blunted some of these attacks. That's possible. It's also possible. And I kind of go with this theory that Putin is holding significant offense and cyber back as a war reserve to use not principally against the Ukrainians unfortunately for us, but principally against us. Once sanctioned start to really bite on his population, he's going to want to show some pain to the western populations. And he can do it with cyber. So that's another possible explanation. But all of that requires some study. We need to understand why cyber has not been part of this battlefield. No, admiral, we had a couple admirals in the room, and so I just didn't say much, but you wear many hats. You're the return supreme allied commander of retired head of southern command. You are the chairman of the Rockefeller foundation. You're one of the.

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"michael oren" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

03:29 min | 4 months ago

"michael oren" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"It's a wonderful, wonderful organization, but as part of that, I continue to go to these memorial gatherings to the Shiva and we had a terrorist attack three of them the last in the last week and a half, 11 is ready were killed. Among them three police, two from the border, police, one from the regular police, but was what was interesting and tragic about this was the policewoman from the border police, sherrell. It was Jewish from a French Jewish family, very traditional. The Druze young man was comes from drew's tiny village up north near the web in the border. And then a mere hoary policeman who's Christian from a Nazareth, the son of a police officer. And if you go to three shivers in three days, one for a Jew, one for a Druze and one for Christian. You have a completely completely different image of the image of Israel than the one you get in the western crash. All of them died serving their country. All of them died certain their country proudly. And that's an important thing. And their families were proud that they were serving their family and their families also. What was that these people were unique and the father of a mere Corey, a jury's query is a decorated police officer. And the most amazing thing you go to the Shiva and all these ultra orthodox Jews who came on buses because he was killed in an ultra orthodox city of the neighbor arc. To express their appreciation, get all these people here in ultra orthodox garb sitting at a Christian funeral, which people that wouldn't Israel. Only in Israel. I've got to tell you, we are helping right now the alliance for international alliance with Christian and Jews bring Ukrainian Jews to Israel. Because they're trying to get the hell out of the way the Russians. Will they be welcomed? Are they always welcomed? Yes. Yes, yes. We absorbed a million refugees from the former Soviet Union Eastern Europe after the fall of the wall in 1989. That the equivalent to the United States absorbing the population of France, by the way. In less than a decade. And they have transformed Israel. And these are aware of the fact that immigration for us is a win win win situation. But aren't you kind of amazed that there are that many Jews left in Ukraine and there again being targeted? Yes, and by the way, there are 200,000 Jews in the Ukraine and 800,000 in Russia. There's a lot. I don't think they're not being targeted in Russia, I hope. I know they are being targeted in the synagogues are being targeted as the Russians advanced. The barbarity of the Russia. You dealt with the Russians, both at the UN and Washington D.C.. Are you surprised there are troops are this undisciplined? Michael Lauren? I'm not surprised, and I'm not surprised, even the cruelty of the barbarity that the Russian government chose to its own soldiers. There was a famous story on this story. And so I can't resist this at yalta. Eisenhower came up to Stalin and said, how did you deal with the minefields? We had such trouble getting through those mind fields in Germany. And Stalin laughed at him. We talked about we lined up our soldiers and we walked across them. Yeah. That's the Russians. That's the Russian army. Your name came up on Tuesday night. I was at dinner with Walter Russell mead, we were talking about power and fantasy in the Middle East and historians know historians and it came up. I am curious,.

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"michael oren" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"michael oren" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"And Norman reporting. Now these, he please say violence broke out hours later is self proclaimed anarchists and left wing groups confronted Trump supporters first trading insults than in some cases that escalated into shoving and fighting. At least one incident reported of fireworks being thrown at pro Trump supporters in a restaurant. At least 10 people have been arrested. There's been great progress the last three plus years by the Trump administration and securing peace and prosperity in the state of Israel. But Dr Michael Oren, the former ambassador from Israel to the U. S hold the Salem radio Network this week. He has some concerns about how Joe Biden's choice for chief of staff might influence future U S policy. You know, they're all different types of chief of staff is the chief of staff were always about what the light bulb just scoot in, right. The tube sites that actually guide policy. When I came into Washington, it was from Emmanuel, and he was not the guy to rifle later to stab. His name's aren't even remember. I did not do policy the way he did When Joe Biden was vice president, the Obama administration made strides to normalize relations with Iran, a country that promised wipe Israel from the face of the Earth. Some are questioning whether a Biden administration would pursue the same path. Tropical storm iota forming in the Caribbean expected to strengthen into a major hurricane as it approaches Central America. The National Hurricane Center says dangerous windstorms surgeon rainfall could come to Nicaragua and Honduras by tomorrow night. Maura Town hold dot com What you doing? Trying to glasses was any three D virtual? Try on Wait. Are those the actual prices? I say, Get all of them Seriously. Why not Right? How old now I want you glasses, Xeni dot com Quality prescription glasses starting at 6 95. Everybody. We want to invite you to join Dennis Prager and Mike Gallagher for a travel opportunity. That may be the highlight of your year. We're headed back to Israel in October. 2021 for a 10 day stand with Israel. Tour of the key sites and best place is meant to give you an unprecedented view of the world You've likely only read.

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"michael oren" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"michael oren" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Welcome back. I'm talking to Michael Oren, former Israeli ambassador to the United States of America, and currently the author of The Knight, Archer and other stories, Michael at some point, and You Change Your last name. I'm unclear. Very common in Israel, too. He brace sighs her name to symbolize and emphasize We've come home to our ancestral homeland after two millennia in the diaspora, so almost all the Israelis you know whether it Benjamin Netanyahu are David Ben Gurion or golden my air that wasn't their original names. And they've taken names that that evoke the original names. My family's vigil name was born Steven Ornstein. So I became order, which means pine tree in Hebrew. It's It's sort of like Jones and Smith in this country. People save me. Why have you taken your original name? Ah, And and it's like my Children. Grandchildren have that name now, too, and I'm very proud of it. Well, you s Oh, yeah. You were here in the Ivy League. And when did you When did he then move full time, Tio. In the 19 seventies, when Israel is a very different country, very poor country and it was sort of a backwater. No high tech was agricultural mostly, and television had just been introduced here. And people who have cars don't have phones and I have watched this for this country go through the profound his transformation. Is this finally recognisable. Israel today is is generally regarded as probably the seventh or eighth most powerful country in the world with only 10 million people in it because we have the world's leaders and innovation because we have a a citizen's army..

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"michael oren" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:33 min | 2 years ago

"michael oren" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Dr Michael Oren joins me from Israel. Former Deputy Minister of Israel, Former Israeli Ambassador to the United States. Good morning, Dr Oren, How are you? I'm good. You could be with you. I have in front of me. A Wall Street Journal story. US prepares sanctions against Hezbollah's allies in Lebanon The American government hoping to shape the new Lebanese government, as it takes form after the disaster, What's your understanding of what's going on in in in Beirut right now and what the future of 11 on near term looks like to you? Well, People are waking up. Finally last week under show people weren't connecting the dots that Hezbollah had hid entire warehouses full of the same explosive material, ammonium nitrate in London and in Germany. And anybody thinks that his bullet didn't know about 3000 tons of this stuff in downtown Beirut, next to some of its major arsenals, is joking himself. So the Lebanese air finally waking up. And they are confronting his bowl. Especially interesting enough women in Lebanon are leading the charge against Hezbollah, and even Iran is beginning to take a feel maybe steps back Emily from his collection, Everybody realizes Hezbollah broke it and Hezbollah, you know, owns it own Lebanon. Israel has been saying the United States government for years now that the distinction between 11 on his Ebola was an artificial distinction. So nice to give military aid the Lebanese army, saying the Lebanese army was different than his bollocks. We said every rifle every bullet. Certainly every piece of intelligence information that went to the Lebanese army went directly to his fellow we had in Israeli officers shot by a sniper on northern border by a rifle given to by the United States. To the Lebanese army and then passed on Hezbollah. So I think that the future of Lebanon is very much hanging in the balance was always hung in the balance. But the question is now what Levitt on long term relationship. With Hezbollah and I'll say one more thing is going to surprise you. I wouldn't rule out the possibility that his bowler precipitate some type of military action against Israel this time. No, because because the crisis internally is so great that they have to divert attention from it. And what could we do to it? We've long said now we would not If you attack this movie career war in Lebanon, you know what we want to do. But they went back to the Stone Age authority in the stone age. He actually offered aid to 11 on and it's a shame. The news in Israel today that there are 100 kids who can't get, you know cancer treatment in Lebanese hostiles. The hostiles don't exist anymore. We could treat those kids. So what? We're willing to do that and raise your hands. It kind of ties our hands, So we have to respond to Hezbollah attack if they attack that That means not the replay of the summer war of a few years ago, but a full scale ground invasion. It was not. Benjamin Netanyahu presided over the last Lebanon war. This would be a different operation. Michael Oren, is that correct? Yeah, I was in that war is a reserve officer. And it was It was not pleasant to watch. No, be much different. And I thought even then this was back in 2006. I thought that we should have declared war against Lebanon. Now that's official Israeli policy. Hizbollah attacks us. We will declare war because again the distinction between his bond Lebanon is artificial distinction. But again as I caution just a few years ago would be. What are we supposed to do against Lebanon was to take out its power generators. They're out the bomb. It supported their field. They're out their bomb by themselves. So our hands could be tied. And so our forces remained on significant alert in the northern sector. I remember in World War two and the allies were marching towards Germany, though. Michael Oren. They had the swing north to get the V twos and you have to go wherever the Rockets are right. Because Hezbollah has rockets that make Hamas rockets look like firecrackers. They've got the big ones. They got the big ones, and we have to assume that they also have cruise missiles that could be directed by a Joyce to our essential utilities to our airports to our oil fields. They may have 100. They may have 200 apiece. We know their arsenals underground in Beirut that are upgrading standoff rockets to cruise missiles. Altogether. About 150,000 rockets and missiles you and they're buried under 200 Lebanese villages. Most of the southern part of country and Israeli army has been training how to go from village to village house. The house and I guarantee of those houses will be occupied. His fellow will not let The civilians run away because they want us. Kill their civilian. So what they can't do with Milly Taylor. They will do with that, legally, diplomatically branded his work Mike or in 10 seconds. What's the probability of this happening 10% 20 higher. That's intelligent people will tell you that we have to assume that it's that it's 98% of our force is ready, Doctor Michael Oren. Always good to talk to you again next week. Don't go anywhere Americans for your show. You're in the middle of a nonstop action packed information Blitz. Thie Hugh Hewitt Show is coming right back in life. It's easy to get away with good enough when it comes to stuff like trimming hedges folding towels, But with identity theft protection..

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"michael oren" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"michael oren" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"S. Michael Oren tells the Salem radio network in prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu is about to make history in Israel is the first time in this nation's history a sitting prime minister will appear in court and we'll have to defend themselves against seven charges including fraud and improper behavior and says the case against prime minister will last through some difficult political times that it's going to take at least four five months just to hear alcohol the various cases to examine the evidence this these cases can drag on for a long time and that's one of the reasons why not now wanted to be prime minister first in this rotation runs as Israel's prime minister as political power that other government officials do not under Israeli law eight every minister who has been indicted must resign with one exception the prime minister can defend himself in court and that's precisely what happened this is to hold a calm coronaviruses changing sports on move to ban the use of saliva to shine a cricket ball because of the danger of transmitting covert nineteen may force boulders to re learn or reinvent one of the sport's most prized but least understood skills the international cricket council's cricket committee has recommended on medical advice that spit polishing the ball during matches should be prohibited while the corona virus pandemic persists from direct reporting Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson are getting ready for another made for TV match this time with friends from the NFL woods and Peyton manning take on Nicholson and Tom Brady in what's being billed as the match champions for charity it will be the second.

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"michael oren" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"michael oren" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"S. Michael Oren tells the Salem radio network in prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu is about to make history in Israel is the first time in this nation's history a sitting prime minister I will appear in court and we'll have to defend themselves against I. seven charges including fraud and improper behavior and says the case against prime minister will last through some difficult political times ahead it's going to take at least four five months just to hear alcohol the various cases to examine the evidence this these cases can drag on for a long time and that's one of the reasons why not now wanted to be prime minister first in this rotation runs as Israel's prime minister as political power that other government officials do not under Israeli law eight every minister who has been indicted must resign with one exception the prime minister can defend himself in court and that's precisely what happened this is town hall dot com coronaviruses changing sports on move to ban the use of saliva to shine a cricket ball because of the danger of transmitting covert nineteen may force boulders to re learn or reinvent one of the sport's most prized but least understood skills the international cricket council's cricket committee has recommended on medical advice that spit polishing the ball during matches should be prohibited while the corona virus pandemic persists on direct reporting Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson are getting ready for another made for TV match this time with friends from the NFL woods and Peyton manning take on Nicholson and Tom Brady in what's being billed as the match champions for charity it will be the second.

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"michael oren" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

11:35 min | 3 years ago

"michael oren" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"To the program not doctor Michael Oren former Israeli deputy prime minister of diplomacy joining us here on the Hugh Hewitt show doctor on good to talk to you Sir how are you very good Bob eight to have you here doctor before we get in depth on our discussion about the on going relationship and the alliance between the United States and Israel that is attempting to being attempted to kind of be undercut by certain members of Congress through things like PDS I want to play a clip for you and get your response to it it's a little longer than we would normally play for a gas I'm gonna beg your indulgence here in and be patient and listen to Alexandria Castiel Cortez describing how Palestinians have no choice but to commit violent action actions against Israel will get your reaction doctor right after this going I think to where we're at as a country when it comes to Israel Palestine is very much a generational issue and and I think that when we start looking at it through that lands a lot of this stuff starts to make sense like what you're talking about young Jews in Israel are are sick of it like the Netanyahu administration is very much like the trump administration and there's this idea that if you criticize a policy of Israel you know the the right wants to advance this notion that if you engage in critique of Israeli policy that you are anti semitic but it's it's the furthest thing from the truth because because this is about I mean the same way like James Baldwin says I have the right to criticize my country that's what makes me a patriot and and the same way that that me criticizing trump doesn't make me anti American criticizing the occupation doesn't doesn't make you anti Israel frankly it doesn't mean that you are against the existence of a nation I'm it means that you believe in human rights and if it's about making sure that Palestinian human rights are equal to Israeli human rights and there are a lot of troubling things happening there it doesn't mean that you know it's eight there's this there's this conversation that gets started frankly it's it's advanced by the right wing is that like if you engage in any critique that must mean that you are against the existence of a nation but we don't engage in any other country like that we don't talk about the U. K. like that we don't talk about China like that wouldn't that with the United States we can talk about you know if you could take any other country they don't say do you believe in Burr ins right to excess and I understand that there's a very deep history there's a reason why we asked that question when it comes to Israel because Jewish people have been persecuted throughout all of human history and but it I don't think that that by marginalizing Palestinians you create safety I believe that in justice is a threat to the safety of all people because once you have a group that is marginalized and marginalize a marginalized then you create a populate what someone doesn't have access to clean water they have no choice but to write it right so and it doesn't have to be that way and I'm not even talking about like I don't you talk about Palestinians I'm talking about people communities in poverty the United States I'm talking to Latin America I'm talking about like all over the world and I think we had it there I I want to get to a doctor Michael orange reaction to that doctor a couple of things that stood out to me she used so casually the word occupation which to me suggests that she doesn't believe that Israel does have a right to exist it is occupying land that belongs to someone else specifically what Bob hello just got cut off recent research your doctor go ahead no it's not okay yeah and with that I'm the last person to get up and start having a battle with a see about this or that I think he's referring to that the the Judean Samaria that the occupation of the pretty sixty seven Israel and but even then she her argument contains an inherent contradiction she saying yeah we can criticize China and we can criticize Great Britain and not be called anti trainees are anti British one criticizes recalled with a live body called into a medic but that's just the point issue criticizing China over the arrest and incarceration of a million miles China oration singling out state of Israel which have a territorial dispute with the Palestinians over Judea Samaria the west bank that's one of two hundred territorial disputes in the world and singled out the state of Israel and its dispute with the Palestinians and taking one side in that is inherently anti semitic precisely by would be her own definition and also seems to imply that the Palestinians have a right to to buy it violently against the so called occupation well guess what they have an option to negotiate then I got to go shake now under the trump peace plan they have an option to negotiate under the a bomb a peace plan under the Clinton please plan under the Reagan thing special to go back to the you and to the British fleet span of nineteen thirty seven anytime they refused to negotiate and almost invariably they react we had violence to peace offers the Palestinians hold the world's record other people who have been most frequently offered a two state solution and it turned it down with violence Dr Michael Horan is our guest former Israeli deputy prime minister of diplomacy very very well argued in the other part that I thought was important to me to make your point to make here is when she talks about nobody says wiping out is reading era the U. K. or England or anybody else not only should not talk about some of their their violations human rights violations as you correctly point out but no other nation on the planet is being threatened with being wiped off the map like Israel lists and their neighbors in the Middle East particularly around has made that their goal they have stated on numerous occasions not radicals but their leaders the ayatollahs even there their president they have said we want Israel gone and that's why it takes a special kind of of of of of protection I think that we should we we kind of rightfully half of the nation of Israel because they face threats no one else does and Israel's in the country the world who's right to exist the only physical exams but who's right to exist if you have a question including by the organization known as BDS which AOC in other support EDS does not expire to create a bitter two state solution in it the spires great a one state solution that one state is not the state of Israel it is a it is eight eight genocide organization and and not recognizing that is very good he is very very important yes of course you can criticize ready policy I criticizes ready parties I think within Israel and you should also know that it's really used are not wet last week is really use are overwhelmingly right wing and they're right wing for very interesting Bob because don't remember the Oslo peace process and they don't remember the camp David peace press of the seventies they remember Israel's withdrawal from Lebanon in two thousand Israel's withdrawal from Gaza two thousand five they remember the second intifada two thousand one to two thousand six and you can not convinces really use that by giving back land housing what you gonna get he's really looking to leave our rockets bombs and suicide attacks and that is why our right wing I would argue this right wing here not less as a sequence Dr on I I know you're not a partisan so I'm not gonna ask you to be partisan but I'm gonna ask you to compare the relationship between the United States in Israel under the last administration with the relationship that you now have that Israel has with the U. S. under the current administration well I have experience with both and I was ambassador to the mistakes during beat the Obama years and I'll say that know why we had a very very close security cooperation relationship a strategic alliance politically diplomatically it was the hardest in the annals of Israel's relationship the act states private perhaps by the nineteen fifties by the Eisenhower administration lot of complex with the amount that the I don't distribution by mystery should some day one came out against us on the on the peace process use on gruesome and hopefully on the Iran nuclear deal which we view as it is a very serious danger not just for security but to our very survival ministration and I say this again without any kind of partisan and process is the friendly as we've known since our creation nineteen forty eight is recognized through some of our capital is move the American embassy to Jerusalem as recognize Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights it has withdrawn from the Iran nuclear deal and impose punishing sanctions on Iran and has stood square shoulder to shoulder with us in in the U. N. and all efforts to delegitimize a condemned the state I don't think you can ask for anything more than that that is a fact that's not without getting involved in the U. S. partisan debate those are the facts while I respect that I do want to ask this on the debate stage the last couple of nights in which the Democrats are trying to find their nominee to go against president trump they have a condemned president trump for his condemnation of the United Nations and and here's how that relates to the Israel question Nikki Haley the former ambassador to the United Nations put forth the statistics of the number of resolutions I condemning anti human rights acts carried out by member nations some ninety five percent of the resolutions are against the state of Israel where is where is the nations that are actually voting to condemn Israel for human rights violations are the nations that they're quite literally will throw people off of buildings of very you know if they happen to be homosexual they will throw people into prisons and torture chambers without trial etcetera etcetera is the United Nations a vehicle for good in the world as it pertains to Israel or bad for Israel definitely not read your review the United Nations as at best the challenger this worse the threat and that the so called you and peacekeeping forces around our border are greater protecting terrorists not great second the state of Israel for example you to fill in Lebanon able renewed in two thousand six actually supervise the expansion is both missile arsenals from twelve thousand rockets to about a hundred and fifty thousand rock so that's what what the great contribution of peace to Lebanon in theory is on the part of the United States so the answer that isn't statically now and I'll give you one more factor a better chance I went back and checked the last time the security council condemned anybody for attacking Israel was back in the early nineteen sixties wow that is that is I. opening and that's exactly why I brought it up and I'm and I'm so glad to hear you doctor it's a pleasure to talk to you it's great to listen UNIFIL UN rejoin porters well thanks for your time this morning Dr Michael Lauren former Israeli deputy prime minister of diplomacy joining us Bob prince sitting in for Hugh Hewitt we'll be right back Bob France will be right back during the break though Q. 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"michael oren" Discussed on KSFO-AM

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01:44 min | 3 years ago

"michael oren" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"A little while and be having on the former Israeli ambassador to the United States. Michael Oren to explain the situation in the Middle East also near riots breaking out on the Temple Mount today. So we'll talk about that also. We have to get two big tech and the attacks on those good for conservatives bad for conservatives bad for America. Did from it we'll get to all of that in a little while we begin at this hour with ridiculous story of the Daily Beast with the Daily Beast, trying to go after an unfortunate dude who made a video of Nancy Pelosi slow just lightly to make it sound like she was drunk now, this does not seem like a particularly agree. Just doesn't seem like he revealed Nancy Pelosi Bank information in committed crime. It's not as though he's a Republican staffer who's working under the auspices of President Trump or even Rudy Giuliani. The president's personal lawyer, he's some schmo and Daily Beast decided to dig up every detail about him, and then release it on the internet, because they're doing the kind of journalism that needs to be done. Now. What did this guy do that was so terrible? Apparently, he took a clip of Nancy Pelosi who was already sort of stumbling over her words, and then he slowed it just enough to make it sound as though shit imbibed alcohol. That's the whole thing. I'm old enough to remember when late night, hosted this to George W Bush, here's Craig Ferguson, back during the Bush shou declaring the George W Bush, who was effectively a teetotaler because it had alcohol problem earlier is life. Here's Craig Ferguson way back when doing exactly the same thing with a clip of George W Bush people left, nobody seemed to think it was a terrible thing. Did you hear these rumors that, that President Bush is drinking again, if you have this? I mean it's fine. I'm not sure it's true. It's probably not. But I'm telling you. Well, look, take a look at this stink here.

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"michael oren" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:44 min | 3 years ago

"michael oren" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Michael Oren joins us from Israel. He was formerly Israel's ambassador, United States, a member of the Knesset. He's now in private practice in the world of diplomacy, and that's in which capacity IfM today. Good morning. Doctor on. How are you? Always good to be with you. I would love your assessment of what is going on when the Netanyahu coalition wins, Scott. Morrison's coalition wins in Australia in prime minister Modi wins a landslide in India. How what does that represent to you? It's a world trend first of all world trend toward greater conservativism security in the world, but also a desire for, for strong leaders almost invariably male leaders, and it's happening, not just in Australia and Israel's happening throughout Europe. I if you could say it's happening. Well in a world of insecurity, people want to look to add strong leader and people turn conservativism, because the world is too fluid to changing people looking for security, Israel has never not needed a strong leader. But they have often elected people from the left, I mean from the far left demon. So how does that square up because everyone is winning is conservative and considered to be on the right side of the political spectrum has the left lost its way on security issues? Well, most of our left-wing security, people left wing politicians or security, people that was just hot Rabin, former chief of staff, Barack former chief of staff, the most decorated soldier in Israel's history left wingers, but soldiers maybe that's uniquely. Israeli phenomenon but the left wing doesn't certainly in Israel doesn't seem to have any answers wing. Can't even agree on who the who the Palestinian partner might be or if there even is a Palestinian partner. So until the left can come up with alternative to what the rightist saying they continue to lose an election. So Michael, where is in your opinion? The coalition negotiations as of today. I know that the prime minister got an extension from the president of Israel to form a government, but I can't read the tea leaves from here. And instead of three, the TV's from here, also, it looks like the it's now is going to expand the number of ministers that are loud by law. It is tap some years ago at eighteen ministers. She's trying to expand it to as much as twenty six ministers, which will impact the legislative process because if you a member of Knesset minister, you cannot legislate, but that will naval him to expand his coalition and ease some of the tensions EV all different parties are coming with different demands. But I think you that wants Trump comes out with his peace plan, it's going to be is the British say, the cat among the pigeons here, politically many members of this current coalition will be unable to accept the concessions, that the president may demand of Israel, and then the prime minister may, turn to the opposition, particularly to Benny Ganz, the head of the blue and white party and invite him to join a broader national coalition, but that you do not anticipate happening until well into the. Current government being formed. So, in other words, Gaunt's is not going to be in the cabinet on round. One might correct in understanding, your doctorine round one may not be so far to go from around to go, and why is that because as the ministration is rolling out the economic part of it if he's planning end of June. That leaves it basically July and August. Why since September Jewish holidays. Nothing happens until October here by the end of October, America's innocent electoral site. It's already a presidential election year. So basically, you have two months to make these substitutes diplomatic moves. So there's going to be changed. I could see a second round of the coach following a first round of the Goshi nations for the coalition. Very, very quickly, the last question, Dr and I've been talking about the Iran US growing confrontation, and I've been using the term one hundred thousand missiles given by Iran to Hezbollah is that in the ballpark. Is that the right number it could be closer to one hundred and fifty why and it depends on which type of missiles and depends where their way, they're situated about one hundred thirty thousand rockets are probably along, our southern border located under two hundred Lebanese civilian villages. And when those rockets starts shooting at Israel will have no choice to collude in there. Hugh village by Bill. House by house. Israel's estimate for the now rockets that will fall on this country. And the next war between two and four thousand rockets per day row, a hundred and thirty thousand rockets on the northern border doctor, or, and always always very useful to talk. Thank you for calling in from Israel this afternoon. I'll talk to you again next week. Don't go anywhere America as.

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