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"nash souza" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program
"Degree. And that's not close enough for God. So don't ever ask anyone again. What should I do? And I have to tell you I thought that I thought that was amazing. We are all. We all have a right to here for our life directly from God and Happy Birthday Russell Ballard. Nash Souza's joining us now with his take on the debate last night he's got a documentary out called the trump card available on DVD right now and it was just released a couple of days ago and headed toward video on demand on the ninth of this month. He's also going to be on the Friday exclusive to talk about the trump card. That's the show that I do on Fridays just for blaze supporters. It's a great show and I can't wait to have him on to talk about that too. Nash what'd you think last night? Well it was a it was interesting to watch obviously a big contrast from the presidential debate that was a mudfight and MMA fight. This was kind of more like a fencing match. With to kind of adroit fencers. And trying to score points thought Harris was evasive throughout I think it's interesting that the left although they claim that their policies on fracking and guns and taxes have enormous public support whenever they're called in front of the American people to answer for them they run away. Oh No no, no we we don't really support those policies so it was a little. Bit of fleeing match or harassed I thought well, she didn't. You know what? Strange's. They're not denying those things this time they're just not admitting it. You know they're on record their own website says it and they won't come out now at the end at admitted, but they also won't deny you're going to pack the court. The answer to that is no no. But the I think the rea, the reason they can't say, no is that their hold strategy Glen I think is to do all these bending the rules because they believe that we are the Party of the Nice guys and we won't do the same. So their ideas we'll knock down your monuments. We know you won't knock out Arbonne. We will use the deep state against you. We know you won't use the deep state against us. We will pack the court. We know that even if you control all the branches of government, you wouldn't do the same so. That's the way in which they take advantage if you will of our innocent. So our virtue in order to try to play dirty, that's their game. Nash. If you didn't have poll numbers. What would you say is going to happen in November? If I didn't look at the polls. I would say that Biden is going to be destroyed in November because to me the any understanding I have of the common sense of the American people is that the dams have gone way too far this condoning of lawlessness the promiscuity of their spending policies. The degree to which they have pushed toward socialism I think it's out of line with the American character. So the Poles give me pause because I think we always have to distinguish what we want to happen from what is going direct but nevertheless, but nevertheless, my instinct is that trump were not going to need recount or court decision that trump will actually win several states that didn't even win the last. Time. So I agree with you but the only the only other option is that the America that you have extolled and love the America that I know the one that based on the founders the one that's you know we don't believe is racist We do believe in opportunity for all we do believe in the free market we do believe in the police and our military we do stand for the national anthem. That America is over if we're wrong would you agree. I would agree and I. in that case, I would propose the following solution, which is essentially that we create these sort of you could almost called a militarized zones but I don't want to emphasize militarized I. Just mean that we exit their culture and by that I mean we create our own schools, our own movies, our own entertainment we live in our own society which we care and we protect here. That domain just refuse to live in their world right now, their idea of we get a political majority, we're going to force you to live in all world by our rules and submit to or else so I think we just have to decline that option. It's a certain kind of cultural succession within America, but they won't do if if they have the. Filibusters gone. They pack the courts. You won't be able to do that. I, mean it. It really is secession at that point, and that's something that they are actually planning You know if trump wins by a landslide in their own war games and their own words that are published on their website, they are talking about the secession of the west coast. Well, when Abraham Lincoln gave his very famous speech against the session, this is the first inaugural address. It contained a very important exception Lincoln basically said, show me if I have violated any of your basic constitutional rights, the the implication being that Lincoln had done that if he had prevented, let's say the south from loading or free assembly or exercising free speech Lincoln's implicit point. Then you would have a right to secede, but Lincoln point was just been elected I've done absolutely nothing. So you're just seating 'cause I won the election. So I think it's important to realize that secession has never been ruled out completely in the American sort of philosophical statesmanship it remains a possibility if basic rights violated. And I don't have a problem. I. Mean if People WanNa succeed I really don't have a I really don't have a problem just don't come to my I want a wall around my state. Because we're not going to do any of these progressive policies and you say yours are going to work I can guarantee you that you are going to fail, and then you will blame it on us. So I, I don't want anything to do with it. You know what I mean. Yeah. Yeah. The Democrats keep emphasizing the going to be the party of unity but I think they know how hollow that sounds because they have no intention of meeting us half-way or creating any kind of accommodation with us. They mean that they want to unify against us and I think we figured that out and all of this means that these are problems that will outlast trump whether or not trump wins. We're going to have to figure out how we can coexist with citizens when we no longer agree on goals but we just. because. I found I found a speech from Abraham Lincoln I read it yesterday and I just want to give you this paragraph at the beginning they knew they could never raise their treason to any respectable magnitude by any name that implies violation of law. They knew their people possessed as much moral sense as and devotion to law and order and is much pride and reverence for the history of government in there in our common country as any other civilized and patriotic people they knew they could make no advancement directly into the teeth of these noble sentiments. Accordingly, they commenced on an insidious debauch ing of the public mind. They invented an ingenious sophism, which if conceded was followed by perfectly logical steps. they have been drugging pie private mind or the public mind for of their section for more than thirty years. That's that could be written and said today. You except I agree except I would add something that makes us situation a little bit worse than here's what it is in the eighteen fifties and leading up to the civil war both sides revered the Constitution the southerners claimed the legacy of Washington and Jefferson, and so both sides arguing within the constitutional framework. But now we have one side that Burns the flag and won't stand up for the national anthem and in a sense rejects the authority of the Constitution to be the sort of literal arbiter these disputes. So we're not now arguing about what the constitution means we're arguing about whether we should consult the Constitution at all. So how does a public live like that? Because you no longer have the UNOM are UNOM e. pluribus unum was always life liberty. The pursuit of happiness government is instituted among men to protect those rights the Constitution the bill of rights. When you say throw all that out, you can't live side by side with somebody who says you don't have those rights. At the very least what we can do is we can introduce them the other side, the same kind of healthy fear that we have of them, and that would mean that they would realize that if they did certain things to us, we would either do the same to them or we would make sure that they paid a price for it. So for example, just take a small example as long as on guys can break windows with impunity they're going to keep raking windows the moment guy. Gets arrested is looking at a one year lockup for doing that lots of his buddies go well, probably won't go break a window tomorrow. So once we start imposing that healthy fear that comes from listen I don't I can't engage actions without consequences any more than it introduces an element of pause and go well, maybe I should learn to get along with the other guy. So what happens if Donald Trump doesn't win and they start throttling people like you and me and you know they will. They will they will silence our voices we may have our DOT COM, but we will not be the Google Youtube facebook twitter. We won't have the public square anymore once that starts to happen. Doesn't that shut up a lot of people who are weak kneed There's no question that they will try if they win to treat the sort of trump. Spain. As a kind of ugly a mark on the American landscape, they will try to do everything to demonize not just trump but everybody associated with trump. They'll try to make sure something like this doesn't happen again. Well, this means I think that we might have to flee to our own platforms we may. We may have to do the kind of building we should have done in advance I mean we're the Party of entrepreneurship. It's a little embarrassing that all these major entrepreneurial platforms from facebook. INSTAGRAM twitter all controlled by leftist. We need to build our own I'm taking sort of small steps in this direction already, you are probably as well but yes, long term I don't think we can survive with this big sword of Damocles hanging over our heads. Last question the Well actually I, have two questions will anyone's Be Changed from last night if you were watching that and you were educated by CNN. CNN said. You know twenty percentage points she won by. Does, it did this change anyone's mind. You know the where we're living at a time when the when the polls like the media have a stake in the outcome, and in fact, we see this with the moderator to look at the discrepancy in questions to the Republican. It's always how can you believe what can you explain but the Democrats it's always more like will you explain? So there's a complete difference of tone and approach and I think you have to be a dummy, not just see that. So once you realize that this is an unlevel playing field then I think people can privately make their conclusions. Last question. Should the president engage in a debate that is a virtual I think yes as an alternative to not debating at all even though there's no question that this virtual debate is a bit of a fake it's more like a TV show than a real debate, but it still might be better than not debating at all. Right Denise Desouza. Thank you so much. We'll talk to you on Friday. The Nashville. You Bet back in just a second first blinds dot com falls in the air. No better reason to finally update your window treatments, blinds, DOT COM, their annual friends and family sale. 'cause you're going to have lots of friends and family over the holidays are coming with up to forty percent off sitewide blinds. 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"nash souza" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program
"This is the Glenn Beck Program just on a personal note. One of one of my real mentors one of the men who I just his taught me so much. Russell in Ballard it's his what is he ninety three today? They always ninety today nine, hundred, ninety, two. This guy is amazing. Still full of life and I met him fifteen years ago and I s really kind of a spiritual advisor of mine. And he when I first met him. So many questions I was CNN and I was finding all kinds of stuff and I really wanted some spiritual guidance and I said. So this one I found, what do I do he stopped me in mid sentence and said stop? Don't ask me or anyone else ever again. What you should do with your calling that is between you and God and anything that I might say could take you off a degree. And that's not close enough for God. So don't ever ask anyone again. What should I do? And I have to tell you I thought that I thought that was amazing. We are all. We all have a right to here for our life directly from God and Happy Birthday Russell Ballard. Nash Souza's joining us now with his take on the debate last night he's got a documentary out called the trump card available on DVD right now and it was just released a couple of days ago and headed toward video on demand on the ninth of this month. He's also going to be on the Friday exclusive to talk about the trump card. That's the show that I do on Fridays just for blaze supporters. It's a great show and I can't wait to have him on to talk about that too. Nash what'd you think last night? Well it was a it was interesting to watch obviously a big contrast from the presidential debate that was a mudfight and MMA fight. This was kind of more like a fencing match. With to kind of adroit fencers. And trying to score points thought Harris was evasive throughout I think it's interesting that the left although they claim that their policies on fracking and guns and taxes have enormous public support whenever they're called in front of the American people to answer for them they run away. Oh No no, no we we don't really support those policies so it was a little. Bit of fleeing match or harassed I thought well, she didn't. You know what? Strange's. They're not denying those things this time they're just not admitting it. You know they're on record their own website says it and they won't come out now at the end at admitted, but they also won't deny you're going to pack the court. The answer to that is no no. But the I think the rea, the reason they can't say, no is that their hold strategy Glen I think is to do all these bending the rules because they believe that we are the Party of the Nice guys and we won't do the same. So their ideas we'll knock down your monuments. We know you won't knock out Arbonne. We will use the deep state against you. We know you won't use the deep state against us. We will pack the court. We know that even if you control all the branches of government, you wouldn't do the same so. That's the way in which they take advantage if you will of our innocent. So our virtue in order to try to play dirty, that's their game. Nash. If you didn't have poll numbers. What would you say is going to happen in November? If I didn't look at the polls. I would say that Biden is going to be destroyed in November because to me the any understanding I have of the common sense of the American people is that the dams have gone way too far this condoning of lawlessness the promiscuity of their spending policies. The degree to which they have pushed toward socialism I think it's out of line with the American character. So the Poles give me pause because I think we always have to distinguish what we want to happen from what is going direct but nevertheless, but nevertheless, my instinct is that trump were not going to need recount or court decision that trump will actually win several states that didn't even win the last. Time. So I agree with you but the only the only other option is that the America that you have extolled and love the America that I know the one that based on the founders the one that's you know we don't believe is racist We do believe in opportunity for all we do believe in the free market we do believe in the police and our military we do stand for the national anthem. That America is over if we're wrong would you agree. I would agree and I. in that case, I would propose the following solution, which is essentially that we create these sort of you could almost called a militarized zones but I don't want to emphasize militarized I. Just mean that we exit their culture and by that I mean we create our own schools, our own movies, our own entertainment we live in our own society which we care and we protect here. That domain just refuse to live in their world right now, their idea of we get a political majority, we're going to force you to live in all world by our rules and submit to or else so I think we just have to decline that option. It's a certain kind of cultural succession within America, but they won't do if if they have the. Filibusters gone. They pack the courts. You won't be able to do that. I, mean it. It really is secession at that point, and that's something that they are actually planning You know if trump wins by a landslide in their own war games and their own words that are published on their website, they are talking about the secession of the west coast. Well, when Abraham Lincoln gave his very famous speech against the session, this is the first inaugural address. It contained a very important exception Lincoln basically said, show me if I have violated any of your basic constitutional rights, the the implication being that Lincoln had done that if he had prevented, let's say the south from loading or free assembly or exercising free speech Lincoln's implicit point. Then you would have a right to secede, but Lincoln point was just been elected I've done absolutely nothing. So you're just seating 'cause I won the election. So I think it's important to realize that secession has never been ruled out completely in the American sort of philosophical statesmanship it remains a possibility if basic rights violated. And I don't have a problem. I. Mean if People WanNa succeed I really don't have a I really don't have a problem just don't come to my I want a wall around my state. Because we're not going to do any of these progressive policies and you say yours are going to work I can guarantee you that you are going to fail, and then you will blame it on us. So I, I don't want anything to.
"nash souza" Discussed on The Atheist Experience
"Have been waiting for eight years and also I appreciate the fact and I think people watching show, appreciate the fact that while I might get up and just go into a tear on slavery or drag Queens and Trans to e. you are an incredibly measured individual. WHO's far kinder than I'm going to be? And yet I think they watch it back. You will see that Scott got just as fed up with those did just has a slightly different way of addressing it and. Like I have I have really good friends. Who are trans now I think people in general are good. It's it's not something I can demonstrate I. think that by and large. It's people in general. Just are good. And that the people who are truly awful, are the exceptions to the rule, and so when we get a call like our last caller I'm not even convinced that even he believes when he saying I whether or not, it was a troll i. don't know whether or not he sincere about what he believes I don't know, but I do know that what he say. Every word that he said is representative of somebody's beliefs out there because there are people who are absolutely terrified of of Trans People there are people. People who are turning drag Queens? They don't know the difference between the two. They don't know the difference between sex and gender. They know the difference between gender identity and gender expression. They don't have the what it's like to be in that position because they have been in this position where the world has apparently been exactly what they thought, it was for their entire dealer life, and they wake up in a new era where something doesn't fit and so his only option if he's sincere, is to suggest that he. He's like Oh. Were you drag queen? Why yes? I was I've done the show as Matilda and I must say that for you know. A much rounder person at the time. I did fine. I had wanted to do the show in drag for a long time before I. Did Do I. You know I'm not. I'm not going to go into to sex and sexual kinks, because it doesn't matter because at the end of the day it's it me of the people who are afraid about letting transpeople use the bathroom that's associated with their gender, and when I was on stage with Desouza back in March. He tried to do this. Thing accused saying you know if a guy comes into the women's bathroom. Waving his testicles around now Scott. Let me ask you. And your entire life. Have you ever gone into a men's room? Just wave your testicles around for everybody. FUNNILY enough I've resisted the temptation. Yeah, and yet. This is to Nash. Souza's big fear of what will happen if we let Trans people use the bathroom associated with that men will just dress up like women going into the ones restroom go. Hey, look at my nuts ladies. That doesn't happen. They're gonNA to do that. They're going to do that anyway. Yeah, it's not like having a law that says you can't use would stop anybody. Really want to do it, but I've I've used bathrooms. including like I was in the navy for years, and there's a you know a huge hat up above the birding, and you got all these you know urinals, everything else just an expert, but also we've all been to like the the ballgame stadiums and the festivals where they have like the one big long urine oldest lawfully dripping water. Everybody goes in there. And yet I don't think I've ever seen another man's testicles. I've seen penises because it's hard to see and some guys are a little more proud about you know show, but don't think I've ever seen another guy's testicles in a bathroom and yet that's what he was afraid of. A Drag Queen, reading a story to a group of kids do anything at all. That was sexual or inappropriate, while the lights are on the people watching. It's not like they could do anything I'm more worried about the supermarket Mall Santa Than, I am about a drag queen reading a book. and. If a drag Queen, reading a story book to children did do something that was sexually inappropriate. We would condemn that. Obviously a problem is that that's imagined. It's not actually happening or at least in in the circumstance that we're talking about it didn't. Tell you the you can tell me anything, but also on the show for the next three hours. If you WanNa tell me stuff, but go ahead. Got No no, no I I WANNA. Let everybody go home, but with the closest I've ever come to God spiritual experience. I was in an airport bathroom. And I'm standing at the urinal and I look over to my right and there's Ron Jeremy. Famous Porn Star Ron. Jeremy and I'm going. Oh my God standing next should I look like. Should I do it? And then as I'm doing the moral calculus in my mind whether it's like worth looking I, look over. My left a an orange robe zen. Buddhist is taking a Piss to my left, so I'm caught between. It was it was the most spiritual experience I've ever had? My ex wife has a great story about Ron Jeremy as well but I'll save that one for one. We're not on the Air Oh. My Gosh, first of all. Thank you think he's got so much for everybody. Who's watching live If you enjoy on, want him on again. You can click the donation thing. You can also email us TV. He's driving community dot org..
"nash souza" Discussed on Atheist Nomads
"Yeah? To Imagine, what do they do off camera back? And we know what they do off camera. Because occasionally we catch on camera. We saw George Floyd. We saw bucket CNN. Anchor or I don't remember what who was got arrested live on TV I don't remember. Was I didn't follow that story very closely. We've seen all this stuff going on. and. It's it's sad. It's really sad, but. What can we do? What can we do besides protests join in protests where we can stay peaceful. Prevent the PEOP-. The agitators were coming in and trying to cause violence which the right will use to evidence. They are aimed the left yeah I. Mean They are the right? Are doing it a lot of time. We'll say there's a lot of that going on, and let's be honest. There are also just shitheads out there who just aren't out. Out there because of any political reason out there for any calls who just want a break, shit still shit whatever the case may be, and those people are just as dangerous to the cause of justice anything because they're getting the right the opportunity to say George Floyd. We don't have to talk about that now because we just have to talk about how they're here's this guy breaking a window right here? That's what we have to talk about. So I guess that means. The police are justified in stamping kneeling on a guy's neck till he dies. You look at like Portland and Seattle where you've got. Large groups of Fascist anti-fascists who? will counter protests each other every chance they get. And the police regularly especially in Portland have to break up those fights. And those provides perfect opportunity for them to start a big fight. Yeah I mean I I went to UC Berkeley I was there in the years of the big Berkeley protests and I was out there at them and Bendik knows all those stories idea, pro, those times, and so I've seen it all up close. I've been pepper sprayed I've gotten it all. And it's it's that's exactly what Bosa the right wing protesters absolutely come to fight, and then Andy in Gandhi know when people come and get their one-sided footage and put it online and fucking lie about it and pretend that this just all antifa this. This imaginary. Organization called ANTIFA now been designated a terrorist group, but apparently. Earlier today. But it's there's all kinds of bad shit going on and I care about my listeners, I'm sure you care about your listeners and I care about people who aren't my listeners. I care about the people who are being damaged by by everything that's going on who are being hurt by. Police are being brutalized, and there is a hard like what the fuck do we do because nobody seems to be listening for a long time and I hope that some chain comes out of this because. Because I see people who are listening I. Don't know if they're listening to the right places. I don't know if they're listening in New York City where Bennett extortion about where police are running over people with an SUV I, don't know if they're listening in cities where the police are gearing up with riot, gear and shooting at people with rubber bullets and tear gas and all that I don't think they're listening those places, but the reality is. That's where they need to listen the most. And if if we're lucky by the time this episode goes up. And a week and a half from the day we're recording it. Change will be actually in the works. And if we aren't lucky, we will be in the middle of the actual race war. Listening to too much Alex Jones. Raceway yes. God. Type for the full a let's hope let's hope. For the better, honestly, let's let's hope. Phone Cooler. Heads. Prevail and Russian trolls don't. Get their allies in the US to. Escalate. Such. And vote people vote. That's what matters I mean. Look Bender tonight. We both supported Bernie, but we don't have them as a choice anymore and the only way we're going to get the change we want is by voting for the blame. Boring fucking Democrat. 'cause we can work on the Democratic Party. They will listen to some extent. We can change their minds. We're not going to change Nash Souza's mind. WE'RE NOT GOING TO CHANGE DONALD TRUMP junior's mind. The only thing we could do is try and vote and vote on a local level. Vote for your mayor. Vote for your city commissioners vote for all that sort of stuff over fucking chief of police. If you're allowed to vote for it in your city that shit matters, so if you say you're not showing up to vote, you're not voting for all of those positions as well. You're not voting for the people who control the police, and you can make the changes on the issues. We're talking amount right now. Very well said well. We are out of time so. Where people find your show. So, there's a bathroom off of. Just outside of Modesto am PM I. Don't know if they have those where you are. Am PM greatest gas station on the planet you go in that bathroom. Lift opened the toilet tank. There's a USB drive. On that USB drive is a map now we can be found on all the usual podcast places. I tune stitcher Google. Play all that stuff to search for not your grandmother's Book Club. You can also find us on facebook at nyu. pod I think it is right now, and of course we can found on the twitter at nyu. pod! Well I hope you enjoyed the interview. I'm going to say that's it for this week because he went a little bit long..
"nash souza" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds
"They didn't do that Trump welcomed the shutdown. He initiated the shutdown. But then he doesn't want to say that like you average American need to suffer for my wall. Right. So he is trying to keep the national parks open with the sort of skeleton crew of minimal staffers, which when it comes to the World War Two memorial. Like is totally fine. But you know, we're hearing stories there was this sort of early like inspiring stories about volunteers working ad hoc to keep budge Joshua tree clean and stuff like that. But then you start to get to like the lessons firing stories, which is that it turns out that if you don't pay people to do park maintenance, spontaneous social organization is like not really up to the. Job. I think it's also interesting though, that like I think for a lot of conservatives concert. There's there's a lot of talk among some of the right that like we should be rooting for a government shutdown because government shutdowns don't matter to real Americans because their entire idea that like people who live in Washington are cyborgs or part of the Borg like that. We are Hugh episode of Star Trek the next generation one of the great shows martime. But like this idea that this will only really hurt like those bad people who work for the federal government. And if you're a non essential. I feel like Deneche desouza tweeted something about how like are there any non essential people in private companies or something I'd I'd point to Nash Souza's a non essential person? But this idea that this will only really hurt like bad government people. Right. I mean, that's kind of why Trump was like, oh, we can have you know, nothing will be impacted for the normies out there who have no connections with the federal government kind of based on the assumption that people don't. Care about like native American citizens or the other people who were very much affected by a government shutdown because I think that there's this idea that like the ideal American would be only ten generally associated with the federal government. Right. I think that this is an amazing window into how people think of government versus what government actually is. Because the idea if you think about it the idea that you can somehow keep a national park open while not having the people who usually staff the national park. There makes sense if you think the national parks are full of unnecessary employees who don't do anything. But it also does really it. It begs the question in the original sense of begging the question. It contains the premise of the answer in the question. It doesn't make any sense. If you think that those people should be paid, generally. But shouldn't be paid in the case of a shutdown. The category of essential worker is kind of a clubs around this to begin with actually during earlier government shutdowns earlier in the twentieth. Century agencies kind of assume. Like, congress really want the government to shut down. So they kind of designated large swaths of people as a essential, and that has gotten narrowed as it's become you know, as shutdowns have become increasingly ideological in his the parties became associated with different ideas of how big government should be. But the kind of idea that it is obvious that not only you know, frontline border patrol agents. But I agent who are doing interior enforcement who aren't in the front lines in the same way are obviously essential because law enforcement, but somebody who is, you know, working in an immigration court, even though that is immigration courts. Our dear j prosecutors are under DHS, and so the immigration courts have been many of them have been closed for the ratio of the shutdown which matters if you want to actually deport someone because an immigration court is where they would get their actual removal order, but it's also just the idea that the law. Law enforcement officer is obviously essential in the prosecutors, obviously not is this very narrow nightwatchman state. It's not about what policy aims you want government to pursue its about who are the individuals in working in government that you value, which shall we should talk about the whole history of shutdowns, right, which is for the first two hundred or so years of American history. This didn't happen..
"nash souza" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"An illegal thing to be a lobbyist I don't like the idea of unelected, people who had these positions of power who tried to change Who try to The correct way. To say this they try to selectively use laws. To punish people they disagree with now when you talk about, rule of law that's what rule of law. Supposed to mean it's supposed to mean that no matter. Who you are we will all be treated fairly under the rule of the law and it doesn't come down to how much money you have. Your connections are and we rightfully get upset when we see that, because it's obscene it's we think that this should be, applied somewhat evenly but you have all these people who are recalling the swamp or the deep state wherever you want. To call them they they have, this? Own governments right if if nothing else comes out of Donald Trump, being elected president I will be happy if it reduces the power. Of the presidency and if it shows us that the press has been lying and sloppy all this time and that this is what's going on behind the scenes if his presidency will be. In historical success if we come, out of this realizing all these institutions that we thought were were so wonderful, are actually. Very very corrupt, it's to me it's almost reminding me of what we see with the church Jessica you know we used to play that game on on Red Eye where I would give one guests like two minutes and then give you thirty seconds let's do that again super fun. Game well let's do that again, because we're going to break but I just realized that it broke against Abrego, be unfair. To you but, I mean I've done that in the past so let's keep I fundamentally agree with every single thing that both of you said when Obama released two summer reading list I ordered. Education and education a memoir. You all should and do not read to Nash, Souza's book or Peter Schweitzer's book oh wow I'm well how about the movie the how about the Peter. Sweitzer. Graphic novel, Brett thanks they don't do that either and the right for your brain the Peter Sweitzer graphic novel and the disaster Sousa film get it. On Blu Ray now. That was actually. No, break this is Tom shillue back the Tom shillue, show is now streaming live.
"nash souza" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"An online, dot, com and if you're they actually if you if four hours of me three hours on the radio in an, hour on. Telly isn't enough today you can you can spend a week with me because we're doing like a Mark Stein crews. And Michelle Bachmann comment on it and, that's we might to have like. Because I because Michelle is great she was, one of my favorite presidential candidates and we got some other guests and lots of other things were. Sailing from Montreal down to Boston so it's like the beautiful eastern seaboard at. The height of full foliage season, so you'll be sailing down the you'll be able to look at the beautiful the Canadian At times. Northern New England beautiful blazing height blazing, autumnal Cala, the reds the goals. The yellows the extremist Muslim terrorist training camps, just in the woods you'll be able to say it'll be a spectacular spectacular sight and then we. We we get off the boat in Boston because actually that's much easier than. Sneaking across the world Canadian border, these days if you go do Stein online dot com You can you can, find out. All about that, and, I hope you'll join me for that and I actually if if you're in front of the TV tonight join me. On the television to it's tough for me Remember I work in for having a job it's, it's it's terrible I wanna I. Wanna talk about people I saw that little clip. Of Rosie O'Donnell, doing has show tune. Marathon the White House which is a way to protest at the she WAS FG let the sunshine hat if you if you ever. Remember have it was a famous musical. In the, sixties, where the first act finale costs was entirely. Dude so, rosy bite. Of reenacted that one but anyway Rosie Rosie was singing show tunes outside the. White House as, part of has sophisticated. Protests to demonstrate what an idiot the president is her view is that he's too stupid to be president and that she blames Mark. Burnett who was the guy who produced. Celebrity apprentice, because Her theory is that everyone knows Trump is an idiot and. It's so neat because, Burnett he helped rehabilitate him which. Is the reason the guy got elected and now we have an idiot in the White House and I wanna talk about, two small things that that. I think actually get to the false nature of that analysis you can dislike Trump you can be opposed to. Trump but if you make the mistake that the left does with almost every Republican president of writing off as an obvious idiot you'll missing an awful lot These remains, coming back from North Korea These are. People who died in the Korean war these are Americans who fell in battle during the Korean war and because America. And its allies fought the Korean. War even though it never formally ended this is South Korea and the south and South Korea has become one of the most spectacularly successful countries on the planet in terms. Of GDP per capita and other things and it's interesting to me that this woman who was briefly in the news who, was hired by the New York Times and then they found all, these racist tweets by about white people and then. The people objected to the, racists, tweets and, then the left, said well you know she's a Korean so she's entitled to attack white privilege and racist white. People and, all the rest of it in fact it's because of white, people because white soldiers the she got she didn't wind up in Kim Jong. UN's prison camp for her entire life In other words without the white people she mocks on Twitter In in fighting to hold. The line in, Korea so that there, was a South Korea This woman would not have had her life would not have had her career. Would not have had her Twitter account whereby she can insult white people all day long and. It's it's important to remember that those the Korean war is a. Long time ago now, but those were real people who died who fell in that war and because of President Trump's outreach to Kim Jong UN We have had the remains of Of of certain soldiers that have come back since then And that's, that's something that would not have happened. Without the president and, it's actually quite a powerful story if you look at if you look at what's happened When the remains came back these people, who fell in battle the North Korean. So basically been sitting, on the bodies of these Americans For the for the best part, of seventy years now and the only the only one that could be identified by corroded dog tag was. An army medic from Indiana, a Master Sergeant Charles McDaniel who was killed in. The opening months of the Korean war in nineteen fifty And so that dog tag identifying their father was returned to his. Two sons now you do the arithmetic hair this guy was killed. In nineteen fifty his sons seventy and seventy, one years old so their father was killed when they were two years old and three years old respectively And they, never knew that father because their father was. One of those white men that dismissed young of the New York Times despises who died Fighting? The Korean war and they grew, up, without a father because of his sacrifice and. Because of President Trump's breakthrough, they have had what what what what we would now call closure Matt and that they know how. The story ended they've received his dog tag, they will know details of way he fell in how he fell and all the rest of it he was a medic with the third battalion the eighth regiment which was called on to reinforce South Korean army units who'd been overrun by Chinese forces. In October nineteen fifty and almost seven decades later too little American boys who never knew their father and who are now the age of grandparents Have this dog tag thanks to, President, Trump's breakthrough in relations with North Korea he's. Not the idiot he's not, the idiot that Rosie O'Donnell thinks he is he actually has a very shrewd understanding of small things. And large things I want to give you an example of a large thing he he told about this space cadet things space force everyone's making jokes about it so I can nineteen fifty sci-fi movie and in fact it's not that it's that Michio Kaku guy you'll know from TV signs documentaries He explained me he took. It serious and he said President Trump deserves credit for looking to steps down the road in the last couple of decades without thinking about it we've outsourced we've out offshore everything to outer, space, people think if you open a Bank, account in the Cayman Islands open, a Bank account, in Bermuda then Mullah oh. He'll, investigate you and ruin your. Life we've all short everything to outer space we've off. Shore banking to outer. Space we've showed the electrical grid too outer space it's. All control now to space we've got all these security systems designed for. The ground and meanwhile up in space with this huge vulnerability. Where if someone like North Korea, does something over a. Certain bid of the Mississippi boom we're back to the mid nineteenth. Century and we got no banking systems no electrical grid no. Planes in the skies no, nothing No. 'cause basically that have any computers in may. One run we'll have nothing and. And so you can laugh at Trump's space force but he's actually identified the most important vulnerability we have right now that's a good example of how he he thinks two three four stages, down, the road Mark Steyn for rush we're, gonna talk to din Nash Souza, up next we, have a Republican majority in. The, house Act like you're more, from.
"nash souza" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"You know, I would actually argue in this case, I guess it was a tactic. Wrinkle in time was definitely tactic, which I think aided Duval. By the director really wanted to be able to say that her film gross two hundred million. So I think in many cases, it's the filmmaker. I think, in the case of Black Panthers just one of many victories and I, you know, let me turn the microphone around and say to you, do you think something like that helps with the wards. I think it's a good talking point to have when you have to campaign especially for a movie. That's not conventional awards type fair. But you know if it had stopped at six ninety eight. I don't know if anyone would have held it against, but let's talk also now some smaller movies because obviously whether it's mission, impossible or wrinkle in time or Black Panther. These are monster, monster size movies, but there's some smaller movies that have really been a part of the awards conversation from this first half of the year. Maybe just beyond the first half and I wonder how you would say they have performed and those include everything from eight, twenty fours hereditary and eighth grade to Anna Purna. Sorry. To bother you to bleaker streets leave? No trace to Lionsgate summit's blind spotting. Are these generally popping because they're well reviewed quality films as counter programming to the bigger stuff in the summer, or would you group them all is doing well or how they performed? I mean, I wouldn't group all them doing great hereditary open wide from the Gekas that was never like your normal limited release. I think it's made about forty, four million. That's a great number, but I, you know, part of me thinks they may have wanted to do more since it's a more commercial horror movie blind spotting, you know, is really just begun. It's run. Certainly, sorry to bother you is doing very well. But the biggest story in the specialty space are the documentaries will t- that up for you here this way we have several that are getting awards buzz and just doing big numbers, and I'm gonna ask you to talk more specifically about them. Won't you be my neighbor. For focus features are g for magnolia and three identical strangers for neon, and then there are, you know, again you, you can't get to general because there are some that I think from from your reporting have sort of underperformed including Whitney pope Francis man of his word and Deneche the Sousa's death of a nation. That one argues that there are parallels between ABRAHAM LINCOLN and Donald Trump. So I would argue that that one is not succeeding because to Nash Souza's a moron. But the others, I wonder if you can just talk about some of these success stories. I mean, these are big successes. Won't you be my neighbor and some of the others? I don't think. I mean, except for maybe the summer when I forget Fahrenheit, nine, eleven was the summer released, but certainly March of the penguins was huge summer film when it opened. But you know, this is a crazy stat this summer. If you look at specialty releases, does movies that start out in, you know, a few theaters expand outwards, won't you be my neighbors? Actually the top grow. Messing specialty release of the summer so far. And that's something you really never see dot yet, and it's made twenty one million and g great business and three identical strangers entered the marketplace way after those films I open and is just doing remarkable business considering it doesn't have a big name like Fred Rogers or Justice Ginsburg. So it's it's really a fascinating phenomenon and the stat about won't you be my neighbor that is really impressive, I think, and puts things into context is that I think it has blown away, Amy, Amy wine host duck to become the highest grossing bio duck or bio pic in history. So I like to call coin that bio dot. That is. Yeah, I, it's, it's really, really incredible..
"nash souza" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"The scale of the american south adding that into the mix would have made abolition significantly more costly but the south's political influence within the british empire would have been very vastly smaller than its influence in the early american republic for one thing the south like all other british dependencies lacked representation in the parliament which this person obviously feels is a good thing the southern states were colonies and their interests were discounted by the british government accordingly but the south was also simply smaller as chunk of the british empire's economy at the time that it was as a portion of america ios the british crown had less to lose from the abolition of slavery then white elites in an independent america did i love how this just discounts everything that happened after all of this the post civil war america and the industrial age and technological advancement and our contributions to the world of liberty and spreading liberty and stopping the spread of communism all of that completely ignored in that article but those are the lengths to which progressives will go to dismiss this nation as a bad one as something undesirable and then you wonder why a personal brit hume says democrats don't love this country well clearly here's a person i would guess is a democrat certainly a liberal who doesn't love this country and believes the world would be a better place without it ludicrous it's absurd to even make the statement that the world will be a better place without the united states of america there can't be very many people on this planet who would believe that can you imagine if the soviet union had had their way with the with the world without us china without us i mean they the spread of communism would have been complete who's who's going to be there to stop it britain that wouldn't that wouldn't have been sufficient nowhere near sufficient triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three now almost used glenn number hard being into place is hard it's tough to remember yeah and by the way the author of of that three reasons the american revolution was a mistake you you surmise that he's probably a democrat probably hates america yeah think it's fair to say that just scrolling through some of some of what he's been writing about you know what is the guy's name his name is dylan matthews when some of other titles are well here talks he talks about how the nuclear option on the supreme court i haven't read through it but it just he's trying to explain why that'd be a good thing to pack the court to stop trump nominees impact he refers to nash souza's america's greatest conservative troll okay so so he's a fun guy he's somebody you'd like to have you sit down and have a nice dinner with just discuss politics fun wouldn't it this guy this guy low he wants to be a part of britain man let's it's okay to enjoy the royal wedding constitutional monarchies or great my god it's the will of course a monarchy because he believes in speed of government so yeah monarchy would be better than anything right why would you even need a constitutional monarchy if speed is what your if that's your issue a monarchy is perfect for you because it king just decides here's what we're gonna do and nobody could oppose him okay what a fool he loves cory booker's plan of guaranteeing jobs everybody wants one okay let's see here just munim him this rolling through here boy okay this guy i don't know i interesting to actually read some of these instead of just going off these headlines but boy it's it's clear we're we're he's a leaning put it that way pretty much is yeah and packing the court is something they're really talking about quite a bit lately and of course they don't wanna packed now they don't want trump to do to say okay we're going to expand the court from nine to fifteen justices because they would go out of their minds that happened good idea if they ever have power again but that's what they're talking they're saying when they win back the presidency expanded to fifteen all right white why wait till then let's just do it now and we'll we'll pack the court with conservatives and then when you when the presidency back then you can expand it from fifteen to thirty and.
"nash souza" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"Communists who by the way when they won that war the media won't tell you this unleashed a genocide and a holocaust across vietnam and southeast asia killing millions and millions of vietnamese cambodians and laotians that they won't tell you that they don't want to tell you the aftermath of our withdrawal from vietnam that they don't want to tell you but let that go let that go muhammad ali doesn't deserve a pardon now second point look i admire president trump a lot you know that i agree with his america first agenda i'm with them on his agenda all the way and i like the fact that he's willing to pardon people like nash souza for example and others who have been genuine victims of injustice but i do have a problem i'll look he's got the power i'm not saying he doesn't have the constitutional power he has the constitutional legal power i'm making a moral point not a constitutional or legal point i'm very uncomfortable with a president of the united states acting like the pardon power is like a magic wand i'm just going to be honest with you i don't to me it should be used sparingly and only for cases of real documented injustice okay a real wrong was done to somebody preferably somebody who's living but if you want to do a post humor's.
"nash souza" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"Week i do what i want the problem is even for presidents of the united states even with a presidential power as broad as the pardon power you can't just do it for anybody in any circumstances you can't even just offer to do it for anybody in any circumstances not in the case of a bob haldeman you couldn't at least that's what they thought during watergate and if you couldn't with bob haldeman my would anybody think of president could do this with michael cohen president trump today announced a surprise decision to offer a full pardon to conservative writer and filmmaker nash souza who pled guilty of years ago to campaign finance violation he was prosecuted for it by the same us attorney's office that's now pursuing an aggressive criminal investigation of the president's personal attorney michael cohen will now we've just got this statement from the actual prosecutor the individual prosecutor who led the prosecution of in that us attorneys office in response to the surprise announcement and outs by the person today the now former prosecutor kerry cohen issued this statement tonight quote desouza pled guilty because he was guilty he allocated on the record that he intentionally knowingly caused illegal straw donor campaign contributions in violation of federal law the court found no evidence to support the souza's pre plea claim that he was selectively prosecuted joining us now is nbc presidential story michael beschloss mr beschloss great to have you here thank you wonderful to see you not just on tv yes exactly we've talked before about presidents pardon power which is very broad in the black letter of the constitution but looking back at watergate and what nixon got in trouble for it struck me that nixon was going to get in trouble and knew that he was going to get in trouble and people around him knew he was going to get in trouble for dangling pardons to people who are in trouble during watergate is that true oh absolutely and i think you're absolutely right in saying that that might have been another article of impeachment and that goes as so many things in our system do all the way back to james madison who said that apart and the president can use the pardon it's an absolute power but if the president abuses that power that could be an impeachable offense has there ever been a circumstance in which president is thought to have pardon someone.
"nash souza" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Sixty one percent of hispanics said they agreed with trump trump trump's immigration agenda and sixty percent of blacks all he's got to do i'm telling you the the thanksgiving turkey is is next stretched out across the chopping block you just got to take the axe and bring it down that's why i want him to go directly to the people he is at his best when he speaks directly to the peaceful and he can also shy light on the rhinos and give us an opportunity in the midterms to get rid of fail and by the way carla that harvard harris poll the sixty percents of black black folks in sixty one percent of hispanics who now with the trump immigration agenda and now democrats that was that was among people not voters and when you pull among voters because it'll go higher it's higher than sixty percent those are remarkable numbers i don't know why trump ever considered voting for that maybe he didn't maybe the the gop was lying i don't know but but you know use this to tell these hispanics in democrats what's in this in what the what the democrat party stands for and use it to use it to show him what some of these republican stand for two because it tells you what in a congressional district like that i mean the reason he wanted pennsylvania i mean that that the district that the democrats just went back that's a democrat district he wanted by twenty points but the republicans can't carry it it's because he does stuff like this he needs to do it car carl i agree with you completely thank you for your phone call corey you got about two minutes can you do it okay i told you three hundred did i agree and disagree with the simple trim is that no matter what the american people think about their firearms you don't have enough to defend yourself against the government if they want to they just blow your house up and you can doubt which is just i'm gonna disagree with you on that corey the largest armed fighting force in the entire world is the american people there's over one hundred million gun owners in this country so yeah if they were gonna come and take one guy's guns or pick up one guy like they were gonna go get to nash souza for making another anti obama you know a movie.
"nash souza" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"He went on to talk about all and smart might pence is andy says it i'm paraphrase they have a said he said though they like well he's really good out there on the trail but you know them against two good into popular i can get angry and i know i had or something like that he said but he's helping me work on that it is when he was a self deprecating him era so what middle played every later on here eight five five forty four let's go to steve and arizona online three we're seeing him be out reached by trump and he said the african american community it's a real leader who is actually going to implement the policies that will begin to rebuild lives and rebuild these once great american said a's that have fallen into some trouble and whether it's detroit or parts of chicago i'm talking about the more difficult areas of chicago he speaking the truth on that that like every every minority and the country's not as it is not doing well that's not the point but too many people according to bernie sanders according to hillary clinton according to brock obama too many people have it had been left behind they've all said that in their own way touches repeating what they're saying anything look on that end i'm actually change of forty i stayed go had my friend good morning there is so much a lot of people charlotte north carolina the families of police the city yet so ender and the fear that they have a community but you know that the raburn who made a comment and he upset that were should be redirecting that net and hit this idea for me the black community needs to be looking at of alma and hillary's agenda i'm a global a station and trillion dollars had been step and there's this last eight years i would that helped them black community this spent ten spent in spent ten and graham after program after program and email listen made in some progress here and there but certainly whether tommy unemployment true employment disability and car sir ation family breakup there's a lot of work to do and a lot of work to do and i think it david desharnais scissors line on this i think is right the filmmaker writer to nash's souza when he's put it very block way as it as a indian american from fees from india he said they want to keep minorities on the democratic plantation.