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Jim Hanson and Kurt Schlicter Discuss 'Scumbag' Kevin Williamson

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:19 min | Last week

Jim Hanson and Kurt Schlicter Discuss 'Scumbag' Kevin Williamson

"Kerch schlichter and I have what I call the mutually assured domination pact. When I host he's a guest when he hosts I'm a guest because you guys need us both. I'm the east coast warlord. He's the West Coast warlord. And senior columnist for town hall. Yeah, and now that's part of the dispatch employment package. God, painful. They got another piece of refuse from national review joining one of those toss off. Let's talk about Kevin Williamson right now. Let's do it because he's a scumbag. He's, you know, he's trying to be a good writer and you know why he's trying because he freaking copies me. No, no, I mean, look at it. His stuff is evolved over time. If I became more popular and he became more, well, his audience became more select. Right. He has moved into a definite kind of slick revive and you can see the magic that I work every day like my great town hall article of yesterday whose title I forget or today whose title I forget. He's definitely tried to get that kind of wacky insightful humor and he's just ended up at the dispatch. Which is that it didn't work. It's

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Jan. 6 Committee Won't Admit Trump Offered Safety for Jan. 6

Mark Levin

01:56 min | 2 months ago

Jan. 6 Committee Won't Admit Trump Offered Safety for Jan. 6

"And so people say why didn't Trump do anything This demonstrates he likes character This demonstrates that their election of duty This demonstrates he should never serve Another even some rhino editorial writers Some of whom are an editorial boards I suppose Wall Street Journal national review and others Donald Trump is not fit to be president They don't mention any of this either When they write what they write when they spew what they spew nothing Zero Why is that Why is it the Liz Cheney goes on with Bret baron lies through her teeth About Trump authorizing National guardsmen to be available Should the Congress or the mayor ask for them And to be even more specific about that there are 5 witnesses to this All of whom have given testimony One of them has been on this program Cash Patel But the acting Secretary of Defense and cash Patel both say it was at the end of the meeting With general milley the cash Patel with the Secretary of Defense and others With a meeting about something else regarding national security and the president told them hold on a second What are we doing about January 6th It was he who asked them And it was he who suggested The authorization for national guardsmen

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Alyssa Farah Griffin Criticizes National Review Story on Her 'Change'

The Dan Bongino Show

00:59 sec | 2 months ago

Alyssa Farah Griffin Criticizes National Review Story on Her 'Change'

"You know who else sucks to that I'm at it You know this is just an airing of grievances So I apologize I'm going to get it off my chest But this also came across my desk because I'm sick and tired of these people right You've got Alyssa Farah right Griffin She's obviously auditioning for the view She's on CNN who's done a complete about face on tropical complete about face on Republican politics Right around the time she got her CNN contributor ship and she's auditioning for the view She's apparently had to come to Jesus moment about her beliefs but she tweeted out or she said this attacking national review who basically just did kind of a run through about how she's changed her opinions It wasn't a really a personal attack It was just sort of going through an outlining all the different changes she's made And this is what she said I've been friendly with the national review for a decade They know I'm a conservative but they know who's the most important figure in the party So they're doing his dirty work for them No We're just sick and tired of sellouts like we're sick and tired of people changing their views on a whim when it serves them

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Charlie Welcomes Dr. Larry Arnn, President of Hillsdale College

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:59 min | 3 months ago

Charlie Welcomes Dr. Larry Arnn, President of Hillsdale College

"President of the best college in America, hillsdale college, doctor Larry arn, doctor Arne, welcome back to the program. Good to be with you, Charlie. And aren't you a phenomenon? Well, thank you. I appreciate that. And I have now completed half of the hillsdale online courses, and the problem is you keep on adding to them. So I have to keep on taking more to keep on saying that I'm at half. So before we get started, how are things that he'll still college? It seems as if it's just boomtown USA, the can't open enough charter schools. Can't let enough kids, how are things at hillsdale? Yeah, they're thriving. There's not a house to buy in hillsdale, Michigan. It's a land rush here now. And people are trying to get away from these cities and these bad schools and a lot of people want to be around the college. And we can't beat them off with the state applications. I've become so important that I did an event with governor Lee of Tennessee and for the first time, I've been the victim of a hidden camera. So they tried James O'Keefe tactic, I guess you could say. Yeah, yeah. Yeah, and it just happened yesterday, so I don't really know, I don't care, but Kevin Williamson of the New York national review said, you know, everything they quote him saying, he says that all the time in public. And this is the mark of a, let's say, a wise man. He's the same in private as he is in public. And so not much to hide. And I know you're opening a bunch of charter schools in Tennessee. That's probably why they're so nervous. The teacher. It attacks, you know, if you just think, if you're studying politics, as you are doing now, avidly, you'll find out that politics can be understood. It's a coherent thing, it proceeds according to principles. And every country, by the way, all through history, and it has forms

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A Deeper Look at Cassidy Hutchinson's 'Bombshell' Testimony

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:22 min | 3 months ago

A Deeper Look at Cassidy Hutchinson's 'Bombshell' Testimony

"The latest witness call by the January 6th committee was Cassidy Hutchinson and aid or former aide to Mark Meadows, who was the chief of staff under Trump. And Cassidy Hutchinson's testimony was immediately hailed by the media. And in fact, even by some on the right, I mean, I'm thinking of Andy McCarthy at national review, very compelling Brett bear, of course, yes, he was completely convinced completely on board. Crushing testimony and so on in the media, of course, was hailing this. She's sort of the latest savior. On the supposedly with the Republican tag. This was part of the game. You bring in people who are nominally Republican, you say, look, even a Republican says. And she put out a whole bunch of stuff. I mean, a good bit of it was just hearsay things that she had heard of things that she had been told. But it was sufficiently salacious, sufficiently bombshell ish that the media glommed right onto them, specifically two things. One is it supposedly at one point Trump got so upset, upset when Barr told him that he had lost the election that he flung his food, presumably a hamburger, Trump's favorite, up against the wall, leaving some ketchup on the wall and Cassidy Hutchinson, I had to clean it up. Now, when I first heard this, I literally chuckled because first of all, it's hard for me to see Trump doing that, but you know what, to be honest, if an election was stolen from me under my nose, I would be a little irate. I don't think I'd have thrown a burger against the wall. I think I like burgers too much, but my comment on Twitter was, do we have the full story on this if Trump really threw the burger and fell on the ground? Did Bill Barr like reach down and eat it? Hard for me to see Bill Barr turning down a burger. And but in any event, Trump, of course, was extremely scornful and Trump makes the comment on truth social. He goes, why would she have to clean it up? First of all, she does she was not a member of my staff. He goes, I don't even know who she was. And then the supposedly the big bombshell was an anecdote and incident about Trump who wanted to go to the capitol. On January 6th and was so apparently enraged that the Secret Service was reluctant to take him that he reached over and tried to grab the steering wheel of the car. Now at first people were like, I think Cassidy Hutchinson may even have said it. This was actually the so called the beast, the big limousine, the Trump limousine. And if that was the case, this would be flat out impossible.

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National Review: SCOTUS Strikes Historic Blow for 2nd Amendment Rights

Mark Levin

01:05 min | 3 months ago

National Review: SCOTUS Strikes Historic Blow for 2nd Amendment Rights

"There's a very good summary of this by Charles cook at national review In New York rifle versus brewing the court affirmed the gun rights or do the same protection as all other constitutional rights Stanley the most important Second Amendment ruling In recent times it is potentially the most important second ruling in American history And one of the reasons for that is it's author clarence Thomas For all the bru ha ha the question at hand was rather straightforward from the state of New York required that applicants for gun carry permits Demonstrate a special need for self protection distinguishable from that at the general community Where's New York obliged by the constitutional offer a shall issue regime of the sort that 43 of the other 49 states have adopted So the left is trying to suggest this is some kind of a radical decision because they're nuts That's what they are They don't believe in individual liberty except when it comes to their ideology

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What Is the Establishment?

Mark Levin

01:50 min | 3 months ago

What Is the Establishment?

"Many years ago as I've been doing this for many years now I began to take on what I call the Republican establishment I can remember peace written by an old friend rich Lowry Even asking the question what is the establishment What is meant by that And nobody else really in the talk radio world was doing that They would have these Republican establishment types on their programs and so forth and so on But I went to war with them behind the microphone of course And denounced them And I was an activist In the Tea Party movement I had written liberty and tyranny And the Tea Party delivered the house to the Republicans and almost delivered the Senate And Mitch McConnell was the Republican leader then too and he trashed The Tea Party said they would have won more seats but for these Tea Party extremists who were nominated He had the backing of national review the backing The Wall Street Journal editorial page either backing of Mitch McConnell And a guy by the name he may have heard of him John Boehner The Tea Party Elected enough Republicans where he became Speaker of the House and he immediately turned on the Tea Party Immediately as the guys like king zinger when they got elected from

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Can You Trust Fox News and National Review?

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:01 min | 3 months ago

Can You Trust Fox News and National Review?

"Hey there folks I continue my conversation with John as zamira Z M I are a kz. Please sure you have it right. John, you were just talking about something horrifying. Please continue. Talk about whether you can trust Fox News or national review or these other institutions that we used to wait a minute. And national review, they both gone squishy on the same exact issues. You can always count on them to be 10° over to the right from the radical left. So if the radical left wants prison camps to kill 10 million Americans, I think Fox News and national review will come out and say no, we should only be 5. They're running if the left is jumping off a cliff. NASA review on Fox News will be sliding off the cliff. The point is they don't make principle take principled stance. They don't help us stop moving in the wrong direction. They just don't want to slow it down and do it in a nice orderly way. The point I want to make about Fox News, well, there's a lot, but basically two days ago I was flying home from San Diego from actually from Los Angeles where I'd been speaking and at our gate at LAX airport, delta has a gigantic balloon rainbow. And when I mean gigantic, it was absolutely gigantic. And I thought to myself, this is where we are that you have Delta Air Lines, celebrating Pride Month. Now, why? Let's think about why are they doing this? Partially they're doing this at a pure fear. All they know is we don't want to get in trouble. We want to go with the flow. We want to go, and I say, in my upcoming book, a letter to the American church, I only mentioned it, but it has to be said, Germans in the 30s, when they put out the swastika, they didn't know what that would come to represent.

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Lewis and Como: 2 Christian Apologists in the Heart of Academia

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:46 min | 3 months ago

Lewis and Como: 2 Christian Apologists in the Heart of Academia

"Folks, I continue my conversation with James como, COO, professor emeritus of rhetoric and public communication, founding member of the New York C. S. Lewis society, his books include many essays, long and short fiction, poetry, mystical peril ander, which I'm holding in my hand is his 5th book on C. S. Lewis, what does that tell you? It tells you that there are four other books on C. S. Lewis. One is called C. S. Lewis at the breakfast table. One is called branches to heaven, one is called why I believe in Narnia, and then more recently C. S. Lewis a very short introduction. So you were just saying that in the 60s, you read this Jeffrey Hart article in national review, and you bump into C. S. Lewis, but you bump into him, he was professionally an academic who wrote literary criticism. So this is not the popular Lewis that we know the author of all these popular books. No. But what struck me in Hart's article, was that this man is at the Pinnacle of his profession. He is the leading medievalist. In English literature, undisputably that. Correct. And a Christian apologist at the same time. Right there in the heart of academia. That's where I am. And I'm a believing Christian in the heart of an unbelieving, very hostile academia. I have to find out more about this guy. Which he struck me and has always struck me as a very, very brave man, which of course he was in World War I. You know, he saw combat in the trenches in World War I. But very brave. He takes on the hardest questions with the hardest audiences. Debate anybody, right? Route the field. And yet is this most respected English

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The Criminalization of Policy Differences With Paul Kengor

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:01 min | 4 months ago

The Criminalization of Policy Differences With Paul Kengor

"Paul, as somebody born here, did you ever expect to see a political adversary of an administration who hasn't killed anybody, is not a drug lord, be handcuffed at Reagan airport and put in leg irons to be physically transported by the federal agents to hinckley's cell in the bowels of the FBI. Did you did you think that was ever possible? Yeah, it's really shocking, isn't it? And Hank Lee sell right about the time that hinckley has been released recently released. It was unconditional release. Here we are 41 years after he shot Ronald Reagan. And what bothers me too is, in fact, taking this back to, well, again, the Reagan years, it was with the Iran contra hearings, trying to think who used this term at the time. It might have been Ed meese, who talked about the criminalization of policy differences. Yes. And this is something that the liberals have been doing. And in fact, here, it grows city college just this past week. We had one of our fellows in the institute for faith and freedom, Jay cost. And I know you've read Jake costs, he writes for RealClearPolitics, Washington examiner, national review. He's an expert on James Madison. And he was talking about Madison and the art of compromise. And how politics people make fun of politics being all about compromise, but really that's kind of a virtue of politics in a democracy is that you do have compromise. So parties learn how to compromise and their differences. In fact, Ronald Reagan in 1981, August 13th, 1981, got his enormous federal income tax passed with tip O'Neill and the Democrats overwhelmingly controlling the House of Representatives. The Washington Post called it the most remarkable example of bipartisan cooperation in politics in generations.

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David McCormick Takes Pennsylvania Senate Ballot Fight to Court

Mark Levin

01:13 min | 4 months ago

David McCormick Takes Pennsylvania Senate Ballot Fight to Court

"So what David McCormick team has decided to do is to sue to allow the ballots that were not hand dated To be counted That is the ballots that were stamped dated To be counted Of course he is support over at national review because Donald Trump backed Doctor Oz and they hate Doctor Oz by their legal aimless over there who claims that this is really a civil rights issue according to the federal courts There's no civil rights issue This is a black and white simple originalism issue And there is no reason to change state law There's no civil rights issue or civil rights violation And it is a material issue Whether you sign and date a document for all kinds of legal purposes including absentee ballots and the envelope in which those ballots are placed

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Report: Conservatives Are Split About Florida's Actions Over Disney

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:39 min | 5 months ago

Report: Conservatives Are Split About Florida's Actions Over Disney

"There's a story out talking about how conservatives are split are divided on the state of Florida, stripping Disney of the special tax and regulatory exemptions that Disney enjoys through the reedy creek improvement district. Some folks over at the national review don't forget national review famously with their never Trump edition right before the 2016 election, desperately trying to stop Trump from being elected. National review, these are institutional Republicans. This is the way we used to conduct political dialog in America, the national review way, the genteel, country club, smack each other on the back, and hope that the Democrats play nice with us. Those days are gone. Those days as evidenced by Marjorie Taylor Greene and Jim Jordan and Louie gohmert and others who are boisterous, they're loud, they're in the Democrats face, they're in the media's face, it's a new day, and Ron DeSantis is a new breed of Republican. The elites don't like him. Republican establishment types don't like Ron DeSantis. They certainly didn't like Trump. And they don't like this new way of trying to win. PS, not just trying, but winning. Desantis has had victory after victory after victory based on that town hall that Laura Ingraham had with him last night on Fox News. I think Laura called an Elvis

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Jim Geraghty: Canceling Student Loan Debt Is Biden's Hail Mary Pass

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:51 sec | 5 months ago

Jim Geraghty: Canceling Student Loan Debt Is Biden's Hail Mary Pass

"Here's a Jim Gary writes at national review, and we're going to post it at Mike online dot com. It's a splendid splendid piece about punishing the responsible. It's a Hail Mary pass. It's all it is. It's Biden's Hail Mary pass for the coming midterms because he sees the catastrophic writing on the wall for Democrats. They're going to get their clocks cleaned in November. I think I hope I trust Jim Gary writes if you borrow money and sign a contract, promising to pay it back. You have to pay it back. Are you going to suffer? Consequences, at least that's the way it used to work until Democrats decided they could win a lot of votes by just waving a magic wand and declaring that people didn't have to pay their student debt back.

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"national review" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

04:40 min | 6 months ago

"national review" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"Right, final race to talk about. It all becomes quite easy in the end. Was very prominent. It wasn't the third. And then comes down at the last thankfully, he's okay. Bring up a storm, stop very quickly, is okay. And guard your dreams. Again, unseasoned is okay. It became quite simple for surely with Mont morale back there who had been such a good juvenile hurdler last season, particularly at entry. This is just another example. First of all, how good a baton is, what a great trainer Nikki Henderson is to get up at our back after her issues last year where she was beaten in the Christmas hurdle and second in the champion. Our third in the champion hurdle. This season, she's won the Christmas hurdle, finished second in the champion hurdle, and now she's come out and there were stamina questions. There were no standard questions to be asked. She's cruised through this race, the whole way, and she jumps so beautifully. Yeah, she jumped well now. I have to say I thought he didn't call me and was good on her. He got her off nice and gentle like giving a lot of praise to winning jockeys here tonight about, you know, I think the field of deserve it, you know? If I was writing affiliate, I think I would have done the same thing. She's a bit of an own gain Lee kind of fairly hard enough for me to ride early on. It was very cautious about getting her settled because it a trip. So it was very important for her to settle through the race and breed and relax, go to solid sea out the extra half mile. But at the same time, didn't want to leave off any here. And give them an easy, you know, an easy time with it up Andy and obviously he fantasies the hardest to beat. I haven't gone so close to them. They were so close together. And so it was kind of a tough decision really jump off where we did, but at the same time, get our settled as well. Now he managed to settle after two or three hurdles. She was a bit she's a bit weird and a bit ungainly to raise early on, but she really warmed her. And he gave her a smart right now. Killed us and he had learned we're all the way up the street. I don't believe there was any opposition. I believe there was not in the race because I knew it was going to the second last, never mind the last. He got a tired father the last he clearly didn't stay two and a half. And yeah, I just didn't think there was any opposition. To be able to stretch our stamina, it has to in any way shape or form. And it was a good result for her. She's on a winning curve, you know, she on an old bird car. Secondhand champion hard was a very, very good run as well. The second holiday cycle. So, you know, she's been holding her forum well all season, which is something she didn't do last season. Now, to get her back from last season to this season, this level of forum is incredible. Incredible training, but Nicky Henderson. And in order to really give her give her the chance, give her the time to come to herself, you know, she just had a down season last season basically off the back of a very good season before year before winning the champion horror whatever. And yeah, it's great. It's good. It's good to see it. And it was good to see a Philly deal with so well. You know, it's nice to see them pennies are doing very well now program is very good for mayors and they're making a lot more money at the sands and right you saw the 7 pound allowance made no ads the other day because she would have won with an extra 7. And that's the reality. And I just didn't feel that was a strong risk. I didn't feel it was. I thought they all fell away around her. And there was no real real opposition in there now to be honest. And if there was a really good two and a half mile hurdle around that would really test our stamina. That's when you'd really know what she looked at when the other day she won what she wouldn't release. So maybe I'm wrong, but she won well and I'm sure it should be going back for that race. Again, maybe next year now as well, she looks like she gets a two and a half now and even more problem. It also options far anyway going forward. That's another good point. Is that there's no Nikki can have a think about things as to what he wants to do. Like the fighting 5th.

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"national review" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

02:25 min | 6 months ago

"national review" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"And let's see, like in var, let's have a camera there. And let's see them making the decision. And I'd prefer it. Well, I prefer it if they speak to the jockeys over the phone. I don't think you need to bring them in. Just because it's taking up so much of their time. Yeah, I agree. I agree with all that, but I think one of the biggest things, one of the biggest things that rare is lacking at the moment. And I could be wrong, is video footage. 100%. So why are we not using more drone footage? It would be so simple. It would be so simple to use a drone. And I'm all for headcount. Now, I'm wasn't originally because someone said, well, how do we know where the video footage goes? Afterwards, when it's not being used, like who has the rights to it, which is a very good show. But I mean, what are we going to stay in the past? If you want to get something bigger and better, I put it this way, it's definitely going to come in at some stage. Why not? Why not? Bring it in now. What's stopping it from now? Pay it a jockey's extra for the use of the head cans. And that's it. And the story. You have the headcount. You need the drones, video footage. It's in all the football, all the VAR, they can look at it from ten different angles offside rooms, or come down to camera footage. The amount of cameras that I have. It's unbelievable. Nearly see into your ear. It's unbelievable. If I could. And then that NFL cam that they borrowed for a couple of years and then they just bought it out right that's guy have and it's used in the Champions League as well. Just flies over the stadium on a string. That thing is unbelievable as well. ITV used it was at 2018 when I was at the royal garden and Goodwood. That only uses at the big meetings, but all of that stuff. Everything you said makes perfect sense. Everything you said. You're going to get your wish, by the way, because nights lose apparently is coming to punch us down. So we'll see if pied.

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"national review" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

05:16 min | 6 months ago

"national review" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"Out there in a second. I thought he was dead and he said, no, I thought trainers writers could all could take an awful lot of credit for that. I thought Jack Kennedy gave delta work sensational, right? Yeah, talk to me. A bit more about him because I thought he did incredibly well to come from as far back as he did. And that was just the way the race was being run because look at it. It's any second now has come from midfield. We've already talked about the fact that noble Yates was pretty much last. He was in rear for most of it. I thought that Jack did wonders to get him up the third. Yeah, Jack Kennedy gave that to work a brilliant right. He didn't jump offense early on. For the first lap, he did not jump fences. He did not jump well. It's a big change in discipline from the cross country to the grand national. Now I know what I want to do but Tiger or special. An extremely special horse, but Tiger roll had an awful lot of class in his pomp as well. But the reality is dental work around the storm. The way it feels that work is 11 years, that's what we dealt with if you understand it had been very competitive. He traveled into it. He looked like he had a chance down to the last and he emptied out of the straight. He didn't empty all these dead guy, but the two hearts in front of him were just better horses on the day. They're better trained. They were more prepared for us. Any second now we didn't run a cheltenham and he was a fresh horse going into it. The winner did roll a chat and bought had been handicapped for the race and didn't get a high risk challenge because he weakened out of it very early, so somebody wants that open them and dental work would have left his heart at the top of the hill and trying to be Tiger all on the day and he did that. And that's why we're going to be very hard for Delta one for 11 years to come out and be demoted to. So I think that was a monster performance from him to finish target monster performance. And I thought a couple of gardens ran great races called beach and samcro, Paul ran very, very good racism in the ground would never have been soft enough for cocoa beach and samples getting on in years, but he ran a great credit. And I also tossed. Longhouse poles ran a very, very good race. He finished, and I don't think he stayed the trip. He was given a good ride with around the inside and jumped very well. And looked to have his chance across a melon road, but to me he looked like he didn't stay for a tire. I felt he probably didn't see it out. And at all, free will and Dylan was another one to take in the race. I thought he went very well. Jumped exceptional. And looked to have a huge chance come with a second last, but again he was a horse that I felt maybe didn't stay the trip either. And even though he's an Irish national winner, so you know the extra 6 forums I felt maybe caught him. And yeah, look, it was a great race. It was a great race to watch, first of all, you know, there was a great winner of grant results. And that was it. And I don't think there was any negatives about it really. It was great to be part of it anyway for another year. And like I said, even though it was disappointed that I didn't get around myself, I was delighted to see town where they gone when and I was happy for their rent, such a good way. And I have any excuses this year. And yeah, that was great. One of the things I took from the interview that Tom did with Ted was, it wasn't so much that Ted got upset. It was just, he kind of threw his hands up. We finished second international and we were 22 and it's clear that what you want me to say. But it was just a case of that they just bumped into a better horse on the day. And as you said, if you can walk away from the grand national with no excuses, well then that's kind of half your job done. You know, you've done everything you can, marked it, everything he could. It just, that's how it played out. That's how it went. And you have to take it on the chin and move on. A lot of prize money for finishing second. But you're walking away with 10% to 200 grand, but it's the winner who people are going to remember. No one cares about second and third. Even though it takes more than two to tango when it comes to racing, but toots dango, but it's going to be Emmett Mullins, Sam Wiley Cohen, and noble Yates, who people are going to remember. To kind of put a button on this, yeats is a stallion, continues to thrive in the national hemisphere. And for noble Yates to do this, I know he was carrying ten stone ten, but to do it, having run in a novice chase back in October..

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"national review" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

03:32 min | 6 months ago

"national review" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"That's right. So what a piece of what a bit of placing to just get them qualified for the national tree days before the national way to come out. And I was phenomenal. I was a great trainer performance. If anything, I feel a small bit sorry for Brian Hayes. Who had ridden the house to win a maiden and his beginners chase and Galway. And probably don't let and run on the horse. And, you know, when he was all to the Whaley cones, Brian obviously lost her age. You're not due to Sam raiden. No, look, you might never draw them anyway. I don't know, but just look at it. That's the way it kind of worked. Bringing this year, there was no school on the car ride this year for at in the ground was a bit dry. The weather has been quite dry and they didn't put up a school in this year in the car. So a lot of people were stocked for jump and fence jump in the national defense issue. So there would have been a lot of Irish horses going to enter this year that would have only jumped to an easy fixed fence with a bit of birch Toronto on top of it. You know, there wouldn't have gone in school or a proper national fence in the car. Maybe Ted Walt, I don't know what kind of school and national defense he has, but he was a pretty good fences, maybe he has pretty good national defense in his yard. I don't know about Ted would have no qualms about letting anyone school over a national fence. It's not about the winning and losing. Because them at Mullins brought his horse to Ted Walsh's school overnight offenses. That's not the reason they beat him. The reason he beat him was because he was the best horse in the day. He was well handicapped, well enough the right way. And I mean, he was conceding where he was getting away from the second, the way it probably be any second now. And his edge is ten, whereas the winner is only 7. Slightly fresher set of legs over that trip, it's a really telling as well. So Mark Walsh gave any second now every chance to win the race. Every chance. He was brilliant. You gave him a brilliant rage, and it didn't come off from boss. He could walk out of entry known that there was no excuses, not like last year, where they felt they were unlocking. That's what seconds here. It's when you come out of there and you're just, you know, you couldn't have done anything else. That's when you're happy. And then you'd be happy for the winner, and you're happy for yourselves. And they were happy. And that's it. And Ted Walsh was happy. I mean, how many run is one of our national? The way he calls. I haven't won a grand national. Ted Walsh has been one of grand national have been placed in plenty. In samwell, Robert Reilly con an absolute gentleman. Yeah, there are a lot of money and they buy a nice horses. But you know, it was a gamble buying that horse in the back of that run and where to be last year with the grand national in mind. It was a great show. And you have to admire their precision buying Florida as well. You know, it's a very hard thing to do, is to see cars find out about them not knowing a lot about them and take a chance and buy the house, you know, and they did, and they won the grand national. And Sam William Cohen got his first ride in the harass challenge. And he didn't run great and Sam got a great field of Michelle. He got a great feeling. He said he decided to decide to put your cheek pieces on him after the run in Shelton. That made the difference because when he hit the front during the day, he could have idled with the cheek pieces helped him. And I thought he.

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Alcohol Killed More Under-65 Americans Than COVID in 2020

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:23 min | 6 months ago

Alcohol Killed More Under-65 Americans Than COVID in 2020

"There's more and more data that's kind of trickling out that is exposing the vaccine, exposing everything we've lived through the last couple of years. National review dot com more than more Americans, 65 and under, died from alcohol related causes than COVID-19. Alcohol related deaths increased 25% from 2019 to 2020, with alcohol related deaths among adults younger than 65 outnumbering deaths from COVID-19 in the same age group. So let me just first say this. Morally, no problem if you drink whatever, but I do say drinking is not good for you. There's very little upside to drinking. I don't like people that drink too much. I think that it really I've seen an impact lives negatively. This is a thought crime I couldn't care less, especially in politics. There's a lot of drunks in politics. But I say this all the time, I say alcohol is a killer. People roll their eyes the way that we have kind of become socially accepting of what alcohol is in the country. And if you drink no problem, I'm not saying you're a bad person, like fine. Do it in moderation, I guess. But it's technically poison it destroys your body. It does. Again, I'm not trying to say you're a bad person or that I don't like doing that sort of moralistic stuff, but it's a killer. It is, I've seen it destroy lives. I have. And the way that we kind of just kind of normalize it has been been very fascinating in more ways than one. And look, I'm not saying the Bible says you should not drink. That's not true. In the Bible, you are, I believe there's different interpretations. I believe a very moderate intake of alcohol is biblical. I choose not to intake it. That's just my own personal decision. How I'm able to keep the pace I keep, but it does warn against drunkenness. It says the man who drinks forgets the law. There are dozens of warnings against drinking in the Bible, dozens. So here's the story that says more American 65 and under die from alcohol related causes than COVID-19 and 2020. And so I would just like to challenge young people out there that might be unhappy or they might not be hitting the goals they want to hit, which is, can you take 30 days outside of alcohol? I guarantee you'll sleep better, you'll eat better. You'll definitely lose weight. You'll be a happier person, just something to consider

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Republican Elites Rally Behind Mitt Romney for President

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:07 min | 7 months ago

Republican Elites Rally Behind Mitt Romney for President

"What an interesting year, this is going to be what a fascinating year 2024 is going to be. Who's going to be the Republican nominee for president? I just learned that the Republican elites are very excited about are you ready? Mitt Romney. They think Mitt Romney is going to be the winning formula. Which tells you everything you need to know about why the elite Republicans have been so wrong so many times. Somebody over at national review wrote a big piece about Trump never we can't have that loser Trump. We need to nominate a winner. Yeah, like you've been doing. 'cause we got quite the streak, don't we? National review is starting all over again. They were the ones that did the never Trump edition. Remember that before the election, they got like 15, 20 people writing columns. I think including Glenn Beck, condemning Trump and calling on Americans to reject Trump. They're doing it again.

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CBS News: Conservative Think Tank's Exclusive Gathering Excludes Trump

Mark Levin

01:53 min | 7 months ago

CBS News: Conservative Think Tank's Exclusive Gathering Excludes Trump

"From Robert cost of CBS and his reverend costo used to be a conservative he used to write for national review he used to be at the pubic broadcasting service now he's partnered with he's sort of the new Bernstein with Woodward and Bernstein But he's over at CBS So he really can't decide where he wants to be I suppose Now all that said conservative think tanks exclusive gathering will include Biden official but not Trump This is how sick these people are Let me repeat This is how sick these people are A private off the record gathering of conservative leaders and wealthy donors will convene this week in sea isle Georgia With appearances by a Biden White House of fish won several critics of former president Donald Trump This is the American enterprise institute So all you conservatives and big donors who are giving money to the American enterprise institute you should stop Trump is not invited to the exclusive event which will be attended by some of the Republican Party's biggest donors according to two people familiar with the event who are not authorized to discuss it of course not The conservative American enterprise industry It's not really conservative It's more sort of center right Their annual world forum this year will be held at the cloister a high end hotel complex in sea island And feature invite only discussions meals and access to miles of private beach must be tough mister producer The schedule for this year's form was obtained by CBS News the center for public integrity a nonprofit watchdog that focuses on corruption abuses of Paris described the gathering as a secretive event Where industry Titans and GOP mega donors mingled with mostly Republican power players at an exclusive off the record

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Beijing Olympics: NBC’s Coverage Ignores Chinese Atrocities

Mark Levin

00:49 sec | 7 months ago

Beijing Olympics: NBC’s Coverage Ignores Chinese Atrocities

"This headline from national review by Jimmy Quinn Beijing Olympics NBC's coverage ignores Chinese atrocities NBC is owned by Comcast NBC's the sister station to MSNBC NBC has television cameras researchers so called reporters and journalists All kinds of people on the ground And Beijing Entire news enterprise And Beijing What a better way to be reporting on genocide that's taking place in communist China

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'This Is What Happens When the Rightwing Media Doesn't Do Their Job'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:06 min | 8 months ago

'This Is What Happens When the Rightwing Media Doesn't Do Their Job'

"Focus on talking to Brandon struck, so Brandon, you said that you feel lonely, you don't feel that people have been letting you tell your story. And it's one of the reasons I'm so grateful that I get to do that because people in America need to understand what's happening. There are voices in the conservative media even like Ben Shapiro who have said really negative things about the January 6th folks that something, you know, throw the book at them or something. And I try myself to process how they are perceiving things or what world do they live in and who do they think was there on January 6th? I don't mean Ben Shapiro specifically. I mean, just generally speaking that there are many we know that there are many conservatives that I don't know if it's the Pence wing or the I don't know what wing they think they are. The national review wing, they don't they don't seem to think the way you do or I do. But anyway, keep telling us your story because it's good for us to try to process this together. Right. Well, you know, the example that you use with Ben Shapiro and other people. I mean, this is what happens when the right wing media or conservative media doesn't do their job. This is what happens. So to me, I think Ben Shapiro is a good guy. I like Ben Shapiro. But I think based off of comments like that. It's obvious to me that he's buying into the left wing narrative about January 6th and not accepting any nuance, which is my whole point here. If you smashed windows or if you harmed somebody or if you did damage, I think you deserve to be prosecuted accordingly for that. But I don't think if you're somebody who is standing outside of the building and didn't do anything violent or destructive and you got charged with nonviolent misdemeanor disorderly conduct as I did, you deserve to be labeled a terrorist and an insurrectionist. And that's what's happening

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"national review" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

06:49 min | 11 months ago

"national review" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"I think that's a big mistake they're making as you see Hispanic voters far more complicated than that, as we see in recent elections. So I agree on that front. I think they don't take things seriously, the border, and that's why. Let's talk about because one of the big disconnects too is, of course, the wishful way the left likes to be like Europe. And we saw Kamala Harris this week unbelievably faking a French accent. I don't know she's trying to pander to her audience. I mean, they've got her sort of under wraps. She's got her poll numbers are farther underwater than Biden's. You write in your book, Euro trash. Europe is coming apart at the seams. We better be very, very aware of the European story right now because let's face it, a whole lot of Democrats want us to be like Europe. Take immigration since you just mentioned it. When you in Europe, you have a similar situation where immigrants from one place were let in in huge numbers a few years ago. And you have a lack of assimilation because of the policies that allowed that to happen. So you have ghettos of people who do not embrace the liberal values of western society, who have generational unemployment or will who live apart and compartmentalize from society as a whole. This is not good for the immigrants. It is not good for the nation. It creates a backlash of ethno nationalistic feelings and things like that. So we have to avoid that. We've actually been very good at assimilating people, despite what you hear, we are actually the most tolerant country in any real way. In any way that matters for newcomers. That's why they're streaming in here. And Democrats, for instance, so that's just the most obvious lesson we can learn from Europe. I hope everybody gets the book, Euro trash, why America must reject the failed ideas of a continent written by our guest, author David harsanyi. I also want to flag your article in national review about the president's laughable call for civility. Biden said, he hopes we can get back to a place where there's more civility in politics. I really mean it, and I've never seen it this way. That's pretty rich coming from him, David. Yeah, I mean, he's the guy who attacked Mitt Romney of all people and claimed that he wanted to put black Americans back into chains. When Democrats talk about civility, they usually just mean they want it. The same way when they talk about unity, they essentially just want you to accept their framing of issues. They want you to accept their idea of policies to unify around. They do not offer the same to the opposition. And certainly Joe Biden never has. But I'm so weary of everything is in a left right dynamic. Every COVID vaccines masks, a kid on trial in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Everything that ought to be sort of non political is and listen, I've done this for a living for four decades, so I know how debate goes in America, but do you agree with me that there is this rush to politicize everything I would argue, the politicization of COVID and mandates and protocols has come from the left, not the right? I agree with you. I think everything's been politicized. I don't know why that's happening, maybe social media, something to do with it or the way that we interact with each other, but it is, it is distressing. I used to argue, you know when you have low voter turnout that's actually a good sign that people aren't obsessed with politics that they have other things on their mind, but increasingly, it seems like politics and bids at all things. And that's a dangerous way to have to run a society or to for society to be assembled. So I agree with that. And yeah, but I also agree that the left is in essence, propelling this. I mean, they did it with COVID. And you have to react to what they're doing. To me, it's a fight between liberalism in some sense, and authoritarianism. And what happened during COVID was authoritarian when people just shut down unilaterally shut down a church or governor. I mean, to me, that's an illiberal act that needs to be pushed back against and the only way to do that is through politics. So I'm not really sure how to fix the problem. Well, let's end with that political prognostication here for 2022 and beyond because this week, for example, 13 Republicans handed the Biden administration a giant domestic victory by voting for this infrastructure Bill. And a lot of anger, a lot of infighting, where most of the infighting seems to have been coming from the Democrats, but over this one, you had 19 senators from the Republican Party, 13 in the house. What do you think that does that bode, is that bad news for 2022? Or is this a blip on the radar? And we're still going to take back the House and the Senate next year. I usually don't make predictions. So this is not a prediction. These are my thoughts right now. I think it's a tougher scent. It's tougher than the house. I think house is Republicans have a good chance of taking back the house, and you see the trends of what is going on. The poll numbers for Joe Biden, the sort of energy that the right has right now in certain issues. The Senate's always a little tougher because you're talking about candidates and entire states. So it depends what happens in Georgia. And elsewhere in Pennsylvania, it depends who's running things of that nature right now. I think that's going to be tougher. I think it could happen. You only need to turn one seat. So in the Senate is more bored for Republicans because you have courts to worry about and things like that. But I think that generally, the environment is very good for Republicans right now. You know, it depends on whether you know how fast things move now like can happen in a year. Sure can, but if last week was any indicator, it could be a harbinger of things to come. I don't know that the Democrats or the Republicans saw last week coming with the election results. No, I'm surprised to meet Virginia had become a blue state for sure. I lived near there. The way that he won and the issues that were matter to suburban voters there. I think it does not bode well for Democrats moving forward considering their relationship with teachers unions and their embrace of masking policies for kids and things like that. So but every state is a little different, but I think that that is not a good sign for Democrats for 2022. David harsanyi I respect you very much. I appreciate your work. We cited often, as I said on the show, help everybody gets the book Euro trash. Keep fighting the good fight. Thanks for joining us here on the mic Gallagher show. Thank you for the kind words. Thank you for having me..

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"national review" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

07:20 min | 2 years ago

"national review" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The John masters my professionals John fund National Review online and the committee to unleash prosperity hotline which I recommend is the lightest reading I've had for weeks but the virus because there's absurdity in all of this and contour and contradictory statements from governors and leadership David Drucker of the Washington examiner and we go to the politics of the virus which now is coming to a part where governors to re opening or saying they're re opening their state's mayors are also following in in foot step however at the same time we have the threat of looting and violence against storefronts that have been closed for weeks or have just recently re opened John I start with you because the president's remarks are getting a lot of attention as they must however the governors are not uniformly happy that the quote that I read from the Wall Street journal the president said we're going to clamp down very very strong if you don't damage your city in your state they're going to walk away with you your California John David your California over the weekend I had regular reports from my colleague Jeff bliss of the looting that was racing from across Beverly hills and then down the coast to a Santa Monica down to Huntington beach people looting surf shops there John I if it struck me that I either mayor Garcetti and the other mayors of the region were holding back or governor Newsom is not giving clear leadership it didn't now I'm not saying that cities were overwhelmed their forty million people in California but it very much felt that California was abandoned by its law enforcement job John let me paint you a picture that something's wrong with it mayor Garcetti has threatened hundreds of business owners with jail trying to re opened in whole or in part he's cut off their water he's cut off their lives and then when the rider showed up this week the police weren't there what is wrong with that picture what is wrong with citizens paying taxes to a government to support and protect them and end up with that result I don't know John it strikes me that the people of California need answers or is this adequate for them I can't tell I'm not a California well let's just say the land of limitless opportunities is becoming a caged circus David you're a Californian what I saw in Los Angeles and there's some of it was also in Oakland in the bay area look to be hesitation to guard the establishments to guard this to add to that the guard the city is that part of the policy from Newsome are they making this up David I couldn't I couldn't choose it just seemed to it was a waterfall of chaos yeah I I I don't think any of this is about policy I think a lot of it in the ground the Nile miscalculation what always seems to happen in instances like this is not local officials are hoping and don't really want to believe that the problem they have on their hands with the problem I saw this in nineteen ninety two I mean just to cream blocks away from where I was living at the time people who clearly we're not suffering from any sort of well social pressures or economic pressures were pulling up to television stores including all the emergency suppliers and then look malnourished people use the men range to loot and steal and destroy any town city and state officials do not act quick enough and this is a developing and then what they hope they can do you can deal with it on their own without home reading more orderly and they always make that calculation and it's always wrong except for a few cities which we have seen around the country that only a few Camden New Jersey for Michigan come to mind and this is a problem but I don't think that it was willful this is one of the reasons I do not believe in government conspiracies because people in government make mistakes every day sometimes on what would appear to be the simplest thing you call up the National Guard right away you deploy them everywhere and it helps calm things down because people realize they're not gonna get away with this and then you're able to deal with this smaller group of really dangerous troublemakers but there are fewer of them in any eventually everything stops but they don't act quick enough and we've seen this before machine again John and our kids are said to be driving much of the organized looting in these cities the president has spoken against say a group that heretofore is been a femoral are extremely mysterious anti fire anti phone however they pronounce it and that that that remark by the president has that put the federal authorities in gear here John or were they already moving to your measure I think the justice department is stiffening the spine of local and state officials all around the country and John you know I almost resent these attacks Americans because they actually give them a bad name between three mylist are they have no agenda whatsoever many of them want national healthcare and they also want to fight the police and steal things it doesn't make any sense however they're getting a lot of TV time John and do you think that that is at that is that that that that is the way my TV and social media work is that it makes you bigger than you are that's what's happening now well that is why the response is David indicated has to be swift and certain because before they become glamorized they have to be blunted David the president's remarks are I mean I'm used to Donald Trump he's been here I've been in the same city he's been for decades but it strikes the national listeners at least the national reporters as harsh however I'm puzzled how you speak bluntly as a leader of a city unless you speak bluntly do you measure that the president's remarks are upsetting the people in California we have thirty seconds David we'll wrestle to Republicans already they're asking them whether the president's remarks in style approach was effective in their concern is that it is neither politically effective more effective and calming things down in gathering one patient support behind him on both sides of the aisle to beat in unison trying to quell this so his comments okay article in on point for many years but I've talked to Republicans who were they are simply ineffective politically and otherwise and I think that's a concern if that is true David Drucker Washington examiner John found the National Review online and the highly recommended committee to unleash prosperity hotline I'm John that's where this is the John Batchelor show now.

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"national review" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"national review" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Appreciate that this is out of the National Review this morning headline sweetens cove a death rate now ten times higher than Norway's isn't that something their neighboring countries what did they do different did they not shoulder Norway imposed a lockdown the slow down the spread of coronavirus in March about mid March or so the neighbor Sweden by contrast took more lax approach the government banned events with more than fifty people and shut down universities and secondary schools but impose fewer restrictions so now they have ten times the rate now whether or not it's the lockdown or not that's what scientists never researchers are not debating as to you know what's causing the spread well that's obviously evidence that Tom the lockdown did work well I guess artists because it was so hard so and then you have a story out of Florida this morning which I find fast in Miami Herald reporting that seven out of ten cases over the last month have been senior C. senior care centers you know we've talked about that on this program that that is off flashpoint that's a high point for the spread of covert nineteen in this country we're seeing it here in northern California and and and these numbers coming out of southern Florida this morning supporter it's sad to see what's happening I heard one story about a nursing home on the east coast where all of the employees decided to shelter in place and basically live in the assisted living center along with the residents to stop the spread so they were going out to the community in coming back and bringing it and not one resident in that nursing facility got covered nineteen is that right because of that decision I'll be darned was on Diane Sawyer special it's interesting so these are quite clearly for all of us stressful time are they not between covert nineteen and now of the violence that we see across the country so there might be a few things you can do to maybe leave a little bit of the stress in your life falls maybe a dog or cat maybe something else too as good a lot healthier than wine we need another option we've got details on a new study coming up in three minutes Alexa Hey Google they all know our name tell your smart device to play came on I heart radio Sacramento's news ninety three point one KFBK balance of nature's fruits and vegetables in a capsule changing the world one life at a time my name is Dr Roger Bonham a chiropractic physician I had some health issues starting to crop up on me I was getting really tired all the time I couldn't walk up stairs without just panting I didn't have the energy to keep doing what I was doing as I took a balance of nature for several months I began to notice that wasn't as bad I started to feel better my energy that I haven't had that for a long time and I've base all of that on balance of nature I am Doris balance of nature because it works and I share with my patients in my practice as well experience the balance of nature difference for yourself right now balance of nature is offering free shipping and thirty five percent off on any new preferred order call one eight hundred two four.

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"national review" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:56 min | 2 years ago

"national review" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Lowry of National Review wrote another brilliant piece too long to go into detail but it's a it's wonderful to really drill into what's called the massive trump coronavirus supply effort that the media loves to hate and it it talks about it's pretty much everything that the president and the administration has been doing since day one and how they've been coordinating with the private sector in working with the state Senate it it's fascinating that just the logistics of it the military and the healthcare and pharmaceutical it's amazing and you never hear about it it's it's it's always so if you have a chance to get out of the National Review rich always does a great job any breaks it down and I mean if I was if I work for CNN I would read that just to get some pointers on how to do it eight hundred two eight to twenty eight eighty two let's go to Mike in Cincinnati Ohio Mike you're on the Rush Limbaugh show Hey Ken Hey I'm a former Democrat I liberated by self of that way of thinking back in twenty fifteen for a host of reasons and I just like to bring up one of them now and it's just the massive hypocrisy I knew it then I know it more now we all do just three quick examples the same party that now wants to save us from coated with all of their shenanigans is the same party that authorizes and pushes abortion six hundred thousand a year from what I've read up on if you want to see something that kills people look at the Yeutter incorrect and the embryonic scissors there's other tools that they use another one is we want to legalize drugs that kills hundreds and thousands of people a year right now due to overdoses when they legalize all the drugs can you imagine the carnage and finally they will they no matter what they say they want to take away part of our second amendment they don't understand or they do maybe all too clearly that roughly roughly a million crimes are stopped each year by people who legally own weapons all milieu ought not to be half a million murder so I mean yep hypocrisy chokes me and the interesting thing about that Mike and thanks for your call because you really you laid it out there and it's true what you said it's funny because in the blue I don't know about the blue state you might be in but in Pennsylvania Planned Parenthood is considered essential yeah yeah or what if I want to get an abortion during the pandemic I mean I should be able to get an abortion during the pandemic right I mean it's it's crazy and legalizing drugs is another thing one of the most under reported issues is where recreational marijuana is legal crime is gone up but no one will cover it John Dehner won't and I bring up John painter because he he he's a big proponent of it legalizing it recreationally but the fact that there are real threats right in front of us now like the border look at how the border has been put on the backburner not one iota of talk about illegals are you telling me that no old illegal immigrants no people here illegally of the seventeen million have called it why don't we know I think it would scare people I think it would scare people if if somebody broke down the real numbers and the real locations it's all going to come out eventually I think it would terrify people how blue states have mismanaged this war in the process of trying to leverage it and politicize it they've let things fall through the cracks but I I couldn't agree more with Mike from Cincinnati where where I where I used to live by the way there's very few places well now I'm not gonna say that because I've never been east of the Mississippi I've never been into the Mississippi at all so one day I'm gonna get out there you know I I gotta get a note from my governor though if I want to travel but eventually I'll I'll get permission and I go out there Jonathan in Waverly Pennsylvania you're on the Rush Limbaugh show welcome okay good afternoon my wife and I are both realtors for a large brokerage in Pennsylvania and Pennsylvania is the only state that does not consider real estate a vital industry and he's amazing is it isn't even in the midst of the pandemic in New York City you can still sell houses but in Pennsylvania you can show how the right now so much so much for people needing shelter a place to live a place to rent correct we have people right now that are homeless because they sold their houses they can't they can't close on their new houses because it's illegal if it's after a certain date March and a and nothing we have a bill on the governor's desk right now that's gone through the house state house state Senate and it's sitting on his desk since last Friday and we don't know whether he's going to sign it or not but we are the original social distancing industry and we spur so many other industries for a lecture shins farmers landscapers bankers everything we wish for so much and there is nothing being done about it we you know we we had Matt Kerr right on our our current congressman on local radio stations you know call the office he'll do something about it and people of Colorado as there's no response we all I know I writing we were being re guy running against them right now Jim bucking that well you can take him down in the fall but Jonathan I appreciate the call and and being in Harrisburg on a regular basis which is like the many swamp it's not as big as the sea but it's this the Harrisburg is like the swamp of PA it's the capital of yeah this is a constant debate it's a constant debate and when the governor a lot of people don't know when our governor first came out in Pennsylvania he had a list he had a waiver list and there were certain people on that list and no one could understand why and then we saw these different relationships to people in the government and all its and then he immediately panicked and changed it at all okay I'm not gonna give them a waiver but yeah we are I don't it's not something we're proud of in Pennsylvania but we're the only state out of the entire country that has had in and it's still shut down our real estate industry is still shut down and the problem is maybe not enough people in government have had to work on commission maybe that's part of the problem that no matter what happens.

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"national review" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"national review" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Senior writer for the National Review online he's you can follow him at David Harsanyi on Twitter and he is of course the order of the Superbook on the second amendment court first freedom David welcome back to America first thank you for having me let's get straight to the meat of the issue did did are you shocked by how rapidly and without even a whimper the American people acquiesced to the diminution the curtailing of various of their rights under the coronavirus response it is somewhat surprising I think and you know hi there as I have argued in written I think it's one thing to convince people Hey you have to stay inside be responsible don't get your neighbors sick except truck that's one thing it's another thing to simply without any kind of process or any kind of vote just tell them that they they can't buy seeds in a store that the campus or buy certain products find it incredible that we just allow them to do that I'm not saying you have to go out I'm saying there's a difference and it's it's it's it's it's I think worrying that so many Americans don't either know that difference don't care enough to to speak up about it and then what about the paucity the the the the the weakness the the the weak source that is the state of the federalism in America today we we seem to be getting whiplash from the mainstream media either the president is too much of an authoritarian because he isn't doing things from the perch of of the commander-in-chief's Ole Ole he he he he's he's curtailing the rights of governors when he talks about his authority is the president is it really have we forgotten so much in terms of why this nation was created the wait was created as a Republic David absolutely think that's been a problem for a long time we went through eight years of Obama where he just constantly was undermining federalism and other products parts of the constitution now I didn't like when Donald said Donald Trump said that yet full authority every phrase that but he also knows the ultimate authorities would seldom I mean but that was a so so he's already walked that back to sleep that's a rhetorical thing that he said I wish she didn't say it but this is the call of people who for eight years were defending every you know every move Barack Obama made to undermine federalism starting with obamacare which centralized healthcare policy for them to complain about that it's just laughable and then when you bring it up they tell you Hey yeah you're still talking about Obama yeah I'm still talking to president is running for the presidency of the United States and he supports all those programs so I think it's a big problem that we don't understand what federalism is a lot of people don't end up with it so easily discarded whenever there's a even the suppose that this is a real American people even when they're slight emergencies so the president's gonna make big announcements tonight Greg Abbott in Texas is prepared to make one tomorrow I believe it is the latest reporting if we get back to some kind of quayside normalcy in the next few months David as a follower of these issues will we forget all of this or will this be an opportunity to revisit these issues and to remind ourselves why we are a Republic of fifty states or are we going to be condemned to being there the Americans of the cliche short term memory it's also affecting we'll we'll forget but in other ways I'm I'm pretty hopeful for couples for more than a couple of reasons that we're going to reassess how we deal with things starting with federalism I think you see many of the state dealing with these issues better than other states right I think that citizens will look at it and say you know I'm I'm happy that this is a localized issue for me because I'm not in New York and I don't have to deal with things the same way and in other ways you know and there are other ways as well we solve the federal government's failing and I you know what the CDC sailing the FDA sailing initially menu so states doing a better job so hopefully people will and not just states companies you know the free market approach reacting much quicker including filmmakers who can make masks for you I think that's important so I hopefully people remember those things a time to reassess the time to re calibrate and remind ourselves what makes this nation unique in one of those things is of course the second amendment check out David's book first freedom one of the most inclusive expansive and interesting books on the history of the gun culture and all rights in the United States balance of nature changing the world one life at a time I haven't got a gold and two and a half years my wife can I get my track record because she seen me not get sick my daughter got sick over Christmas my wife got it about three days after she left I went through both of them didn't get sick like like to think my immune system is armored up and I'm able to repel the simple stupid cold and if it isn't that the what is because I'd get leased a couple calls a year and what has changed in the last two and a half years the only thing I can think of isn't taken.

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"The death of Stalin I didn't know you were such a meeting called us David Harsanyi but I can't I just can't resist I keep making this thing then at the start of course one of my favorite movies starring the fibrous fibers where you go and what like ten of these are the top of your point of light because the results still making them but I have to find how you doing I will be making the myself follow him right now he is of course they'd have signed it of the National Review online you'll post and he's going to talk to us about things that aren't getting enough attention right now is everybody's obsessed with announcements coming from they galvanize their mess from the White House there's a person it seems like ancient the mists of history and individual cold Jack of the cake Beka why have you dedicated one of your columns once again to the question of why Jack Phillips Mattis stated well I actually because I worked in Colorado for many years at the newspaper there I I am involved still somewhat in Colorado the goings on in Colorado but I spent a lot of time with Jack Phillips wrote a long piece on him when I was at the federalist detailing his his life and his case and recently he was sued again by another by a transgender activists for not making the transition Katie Couric forget what exactly was so he's going to be a hassle to probably to the grave for being one of the first people to sort of stand up to this cultural imperialism that that that demands you think the right things that say the right things and and always do the things that the service culture progressives want any of that I wanted to I saw a poll that showed that there had been movement among the American people I think at ten point swing to people saying it was okay for religious Americans to refuse service if it undermined their religious beliefs which I just want to know they never refuse services they allow service they simply refused to make a special yes you know Cape or special okay first for very specific things so that's misleading but even with the misleading questions you're still sweating so I think Jack matters because he's changing minds because people see that he's a good person and you doesn't crave the attention and he's not doing this because he's a big he's doing it because he really believes in god and he's a religious man and and the first amendment clearly states that men like that shouldn't be forced to do things they don't want to do is you want to understand just how pervasive but that political correctness is and how it's not just affected Jack but others who've lost their jobs because of it check out my colleague it's an.

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"The National Review online these you can follow him at David Harsanyi on Twitter and he is of course the order of a super book on the second amendment called first freedom David welcome back to America first I thank you for having me let's get straight to the meat of the issue did did are you shocked by how rapidly and without even a whimper the American people acquiesced to the diminution the coat tailing off various of their rights under the coronavirus response it is somewhat surprising I thank you and you know as I as I have argued in written I think it's one thing to convince people Hey you have to stay inside be responsible don't get your neighbors sick except truck that's one thing it's another thing to simply without any kind of process or any kind of vote just tell them that they they can't buy seeds in a store that the campus or by certain product I mean I find it incredible that we just allow them to do that I'm not saying you have to go out I'm saying there's a difference and it's it's it's it's it's I think worrying that so many Americans don't either know that difference don't care enough to speak up about it and then what about the paucity the the the the the weakness the the the weak sauce that is the state of the federalism in America today weeks we seem to be getting whiplash from the mainstream media either the president is too much of an authoritarian because he isn't doing things from the perch of of the commander in chief he he he he's he's curtailing the rights of governors when he talks about his authority is the president is it really have we forgotten so much in terms of why this nation was created the wait was created as a Republic David absolutely think that's been a problem for a long time we went through eight years of Obama where he just constantly was undermining federalism and other products to parts of the constitution now I didn't like when Donald said Donald Trump said that yet full authority or a re freeze that but he also knows the ultimate authorities would seldom I mean but that was a so so he's already walked that back to sleep that's a rhetorical thing that he said I wish she didn't say it but this is the call of people who for eight years were defending everything your every move Barack Obama made to undermine federalism starting with obamacare which centralized healthcare policy for them to complain about that it's just laughable and then when you bring it up they tell you Hey yeah you're still talking about Obama yeah I'm still talking to president is running for the presidency of the United States and he supports all those programs so I think it's a big problem that we don't understand what federalism is a lot of people don't end up with it so easily discarded whenever there is a reason that suppose that this is a real emergency but even when they're slight emergencies so the president's gonna make big announcements tonight Greg Abbott in Texas is prepared to make one tomorrow I believe is the latest reporting if we get back to some kind of quayside normalcy in the next few months David as a follower of these issues will we forget all of this or will this be an opportunity to revisit these issues and to remind ourselves why we are a Republic of fifty states or are we going to be condemned to being you know the Americans of the cliche short term memory it's also affecting we'll we'll forget but in other ways I'm I'm pretty hopeful for couples for more than a couple of reasons that we're going to reassess how we deal with things starting with federalism I think you see many of the states dealing with these issues better than other states so I I think that the citizens will look at it and say you know I'm I'm happy that this is a localized issue for me because I'm not in New York and I don't have to deal with things the same way and in other ways you know and there are other ways as well we solve the federal government's failing and I you know what the CDC sailing the FDA sailing and actually menu so states doing a better job so hopefully people will and not just states companies you know the free market approach reacting much quicker including filmmakers who can make masks for you I think that's important right so I hopefully people remember those things it's time to reassess the time to re calibrate and remind ourselves what makes this nation's unique in one of those things is of course the second amendment check out David's book first freedom one of the most inclusive expansive and interesting books on the history of the gun culture and all rights in the United States and also his writings the New York Post and an RO I'm Sebastian Gorka this is America first broadcasting from really factor dot com studios will be back with David in a moment really fact of pain relief that's natural that is drug free and that works how do I know that because I live it now for a year and a half I've been taking the fact it is written in my lower back pain I traveled up on my my 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"Editor at National Review and they called us for American history the author of thirteen books is latest being give me liberty it's published by basic books and there's a great look at just where we've been and where we went the path that we took through thirteen documents that reflect various of parts of our independence and our history we we can't get into great detail with all of them but your chapter two tell us about that well this is one of the windows I think I I think I've run across one person who drew to heard of it when I rattle off a list of all thirteen thousand sixteen fifty seven that's the washing remonstrance and this is special because this is not it's obviously not the United States but it's not in British North America it's a new number one which was the Dutch colony kind of in the center north founder of the eastern seaboard it's it started in the Hudson River valley in order now Albany in New York when as far south as some Philadelphia and as far north east is Connecticut but the center of it was New Amsterdam at the mouth of the Hudson River and the Dutch came there in the sixteen twenties and they stayed for a little over forty years and about midway through this time they sent out a new director general this again was another investment company running this colony the Dutch west India company that their new man was Peter Stuyvesant and he was a very effective and very efficient the ruler of the colony but he was also a little crazy and for him his craziness took the form of being a tyrant and a bigot everything had to be his way including everything religious he his father was a minister of the Dutch Reformed Church he thought the Calvinists Christianity was the only road to heaven when he first got his job he began harassing Lutherans and Jews and noon they're all on but his bosses back home with the Dutch west India company have investors and directors who were loose and a Jewish so they told Stuyvesant to back off and he was a good company man so we did that the other was a new religion appeared this had been created in England during the English civil war these were Quakers there were counter cultural they they did not recognize any social distinctions they wouldn't die off their hats to their superiors because they didn't think there were superiors or inferiors fail at men and women preach equally in their meetings because everyone have access to what they call the inner light and there were no Quaker directors or investors and the Dutch west India company so Stuyvesant would have a free hand the first shipload of Quakers that appeared and and new another one T. E. map the captain for one day and told him to keep sailing they left two women behind to preach to the street as of the end of the world is coming after listen to us he escorted them out Quaker man showed up preaching he imprisons us guy and began whipping him almost to death until one of the subjects begged him to let the let the poor guy ago learning decided new policy we're not going to let any Quakers in at all if any ship comes tearing them that will be penalized if anyone posts them in this house that will be a crime and then Peter Stuyvesant got the remonstrance an official protest from a village in the colony call flushing who's on western Long Island at that store around it's now a neighborhood in the borough of queens in New York City but that was the village and the town clerk and three village officials and twenty six other men signed remonstrance to start with something we can not obey this new directive of yours because we would do unto others as we would have all men do on to us this is the true of church and state for our save your sale this is the law on the profits that they had no authority to do that right I mean they were asking for trouble were they not well it's true they work because Stuyvesant's word was law but they wanted to they want to make a stand as a town as as individuals and also has a town the town clerk wrote this remonstrance the two magistrates signed it and sort of the town official attorney at least twenty six other map and one thing that moves me so much about this is six of these guys couldn't spell their own names they signed it with marks but they they made a marker they laid down a marker they were saying they will they weren't speaking as Quaker saying don't don't process they were saying we can't let you compress Quakers because we believe and and doing on to others as we would be done by that so that's what we take from the Bible and and they're also saying that they're not philosophers right they're not they have read John Locke mainly because John Locke has to say they're getting it they are they are making a an argument for religious freedom based on their religion and Stuyvesant's reaction was he arrested as many of them as he could he interrogated them he held them in jail for as long as a month the town officials all cracked and you know before we judge them we should we should remember that they were alone against this this guy who's who's only the only people who could control more across the ocean and Holland but but then the story goes on yet another Quaker appeared a few years later in another line of this this man Stuyvesant arrested had had him in jail for five months and then he finally decided I'm going to send them back to Harlem to be tried by the Dutch west India company and they wrote him back saying look we don't like Quakers anymore than you do but we want to encourage settlement so don't for both these people from coming if they want to calm and Stuyvesant as he had before he backed off under orders from his employers and then when Britain took over new Netherlands which they did in sixteen sixty four they sell the fleet into New York harbor and demanded the surrender of of the colony in the capitulation it was stipulated that the inhabitants should continue to enjoy the religious liberties that they already have so the the the Remonstrants and and the sentiment the spoken that set a pattern for religious liberty in a town that would become the largest city in the United States and so it was hardly a allied victory for religious freedom but did they wound up winning none the less for awhile yeah at the end of the day they want up winning exactly one eight six six five oh Jimbo is our number one eight six six five oh five four six two six I was the kind of stuff that they never taught me in in his greed I'd never heard of the flushing remonstrance but I have now it's chapter two of the book give me liberty this is a dandy document for learning things that that you were never taught I don't think I was certainly one eight six six five oh Jimbo we'll learn some more in just a moment so stay with us on the bill had a show back after these messages hi I'm Chris out when my kids fall down or get tummy aches I treat.

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07:02 min | 3 years ago

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"Editor at National Review and the author most recently of give me liberty a history of America is exceptional idea let me ask you since you've written about liberty and where it's where we're deriving it from words come from in the documents behind it and he's thirteen essential documents can we keep our liberties here if we don't see the same kinds of liberty start to evolve somewhere else and I I guess maybe I'm having a tough time for me the question in other words the as that beacon of liberty as the shining city on the hill that Reagan talked about should America be pushing for other entities Hong Kong would be a good little example of a a paid a smaller battled World War two was a big battle in defense of liberty but you know America goes for different periods of being isolationists and then being more more looking to the rest of the world so many politicians are saying that we won't be engaged in nation building okay I understand the thought behind that but if we let the rest of the world go the direction some people would like to take it Putin's Russia the Middle East real law the Chinese that we've already talked about can we expect to preserve liberty at home and as you said before in the previous segment is segment a a rapidly shrinking planet because of technology or should we be pushing to try to expand these ideas and not just support them when they occur like the the protests in Hong Kong but say we should a two part of our maybe the legacy of having these unique liberties on the planet to say let's see how much we can push that other countries of for the same liberties or should we simply say we've got him here and if you decide on your own to get on there that's that's good will will sign off on that but otherwise we're not going to push the idea hard does that make sense well I've got as you said thirteen episodes in this Balkan three of them involve foreign affairs the first was the Monroe doctrine that's eighteen twenty three of the second one I used was Roosevelt's fireside chat nineteen forty about the America being the great arsenal of democracy and the third in the last episode in the book is is Reagan's speech at the Berlin Wall urging Gorbachev to tear it down nineteen eighty seven at one point I try to make about the is that these were not none of the more casual one office they were all the results of more thought and planning ahead of time Roosevelt didn't just wake up some morning in December nineteen forty and and say Hey the world situation looks pretty Graham I better I better talk to the American people about it on the radio he had been thinking about Germany and its threat for years he had put at the head of the army and the navy new young officers admiral Harold stark and general George Marshall and told them to plan for a world in which we would be threatened by **** Germany he had put him his cabinet to Republicans Henry Stimpson and Anne Frank Knox Stimpson at work for for Herbert Hoover the man Roosevelt beat it the first time he ran for president and knocks had been the running mate of alf Landon the man he brought against and his second election for president so he reached across the aisle to to bipartisan enemies who agreed with him on the world scene so you you have to think ahead you have to plan ahead similarly with Reagan speaking at the Berlin Wall nineteen eighty seven he had been thinking of the Soviet threat for years after he lost his race for the Republican nomination to Gerald Ford in nineteen seventy six he had a meeting the following year with Richard Allen who was a foreign policy guy who wanted to work for Reagan snacks campaign and Reagan said to him here's my view of the Cold War it's it's simple some would say it's simple minded if we win and they may lose what do you think about that so in he's saying that the very reaganesque sort of jokey way but he had been thinking about this for years and planning at and so when he's the the this is a speech that he gives in Berlin in nineteen eighty seven is not a one shot it's part of a long term strategy so for for America to foster liberty in the world which I think it should it has to be it has to be planned we have to pick our battles we have to make sure were picking battles that were likely to win it's more than just a matter of rhetoric it's something that that requires constant patient thought and planning I guess it just again on this because I can remember no the moment I was watching these the protests in the streets of Tehran during the Obama administration thinking Mister president I mean I I didn't vote for Obama didn't particularly care for his policies or or his choices but but I thought stand up and and and encourage these young people yeah and that's not necessarily a battle you have to win but it's it's show them just give the use the bully pulpit and and he didn't do it and I thought what it what a great disappointment out and out maybe I may be looking into it was tied to it his mind so that was the you know perhaps not set in the direction of doing that you know you you you say a thing like that you encourage people if you've been thinking of it ahead of time if and if you're also prepared to give some help at some level in some way you know if you don't if you're if you're not in that situation you know then you have a choice between saying the right thing and doing nothing or saying and doing or or opening your mouth and and removing all doubt about whether or not you're an idiot I I I understand anything to leave my my audience with in terms of preserving these great liberties that we enjoy today I wrote this book to inspire people I want them to look back at our past to see how these games for liberty were made it's a a story of some famous people people we've all heard of it's also a story of people we've never heard about ordinary people who stood up who signed something who put their reputations in some cases their lives on the line and we can be inspired by their example and I hope we'll do it ourselves are you concerned we are I think today the longest running democracy or longer surviving democracy in the world I may be misstating that but I I think that's the case do you see us going another quarter of a millennium.

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"The National Review well he had some thoughts on what trump said yesterday about the late representative Dingell very referred to we might not be looking down right as he made me look at us meeting that might be in hell every now it's it's so difficult from and he does something for you and then you you can't criticize him this is the core problem of of president trump is the inability to separate is his personal interest in personal feelings from the institution of the presidency a gun I assume that Larry Hackett ABC entertainment contributor he was on with us to talk about the big stories of twenty twenty and I asked him what celebrities gonna go first in twenty twenty and twenty means go for it won't get you kick off yeah okay goes first Kirk Douglas the queen or Betty white wow Michael I heard nothing about any of their respective health I mean they could lead we could we be here a year from now talking about the absolutely I have a bit of money on either of these I'm going with the queen twenty one is the the warehouse finally said in the from there I'm not gonna make it but I've this is too morbid I do have time for the policy death stare sure why not well if you want to get the actual stare or what well yeah Natalie that we have that yeah I think so so well I know if we had her talking about well never mind you said you got to check it out it probably on you to write policies that says that yes let us and that we we call the Natalie around here exactly right so all right tomorrow recline ABC news political director joins us impeachment is on the table and also the democratic debate Joe Neumayer are moving in a guy review Star Wars cats and bomb shell and also look back at the biggest stories twenty nineteen with none other than the great news man Joe Bartlett excellent join us tomorrow good talking to you guys folks stick around for mark Simone but now let's get the news it's ten o'clock your most entertaining live and local talk show for your ride home W. O. R. tonight with Joe concha sixty nine weeknights on seven W. I heart radio station seventeen degrees at ten o'clock good morning I'm Joel Bartlett Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell blasting the decision by house Democrats to impeach president trump house voting last night and McConnell called it the most Russian unfair impeachment process in American history houses conduct research a deeply damaging the institutions of American government this particular house of representatives has left its partners and rage at this particular president create a toxic.

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"This from National Review that use motivated to pursue impeachment because she believes that it will unite the Democratic Party and make victory in twenty twenty more likely at the end of the day we have to be able to come together as a caucus and if it is this Ukrainian allegation that is what brings this caucus together than I think we have to run with however we unify the house yeah by the way okay as a protest told wolf Blitzer OS two congressmen whether she hoped other potential violations by trump would be considers considered any articles of impeachment we also need to move quite quickly because we're talking about a potential compromise of the twenty twenty elections and so this is not just about something that has occurred but it is about preventing a potentially disastrous outcome from occurring next year I don't know what that meant yeah yeah only she meant the fact that there would be a the the trial and that you would have the fact that you would have for example was with Warren and you know Cory Booker anybody Russia senator that would have to be involved in the in in the trial that camel Harris yes it's interesting because she says that on the same day that speaker polls he said this is not political which by the way everybody laughed at yes when she said it and at least a she is telling the truth we're doing it purely for political reasons we all know that she was just really stating the obvious but yeah this is how will pull the party together I I don't know that I'm here because here's the here's the question is there not enough of the trump hatred to go around on the left of course there is it's it's everywhere so there's already that driver in place you don't need impeachment he's you were already saying he's corrupt yeah he's the he's the leader of Russia he's a Russian asset and that he was a leader of Russia you you've already made the case there so who is it that you're trying to get how do you get over the top how do you actually win an election especially one for the presidency you do that by gaining independence and changing their hearts and minds and I don't think impeachment does that you don't I noticed yesterday maybe was just a one day thing but on social media I you don't have I see hardly any on the left attempting to say that they have a great case against Donald Trump right I just don't see it right I I don't see anybody not even the Democratic Party because identify what the bribery was in and and take it to the law nobody's done that right that's the first thing that you would do correct yep especially if you're gonna say bribery because bribery is a crime because member Democrats were saying you don't need a crime now bribery is a crime well then tell us what part of the statute fits that bribery definition and they can't do that Adam Schiff while I we're not talking about bribery today but the bribery the founding fathers Bob Bob blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah but what I have noticed is that never Trumper center Republicans are out in force how dare the Republicans go after two loyal civil servants I saw that from if you never trump pers yeah yesterday right Mike where is this coming from what these these are people that on hearsay evidence or trying to impeach the president their witnesses to impeach the president they're gonna get cross examine the going to cross examine hard especially when they have hearsay evidence yeah so of course hi you know this that's how you know you're losing when you start saying these oil civil servants are being questioned damn straight they are yep that's what happens but when I saw never trouble Republicans using that I went wow read you know how weak do you do you know how weak you sound look I understand people who have said what trump isn't a loyal conservative does right but he is in some ways he is changed especially socially on some of the issues he has become conservative well tell me how many Republicans could have gotten the corporate tax rate down to to where he was able to do it with my Republicans that are in that were in power at the time well I can as golf with independent Bob last time an independent Bob who's more conservative Bob our more Republican Bob or more not I'm not a Democrat Bob right was stating goes you don't come out with trump he said what trump do you believe that if even if you jump in any ask for the quick he said he said the mug he didn't ask me he was making the statement said I believe that if trump if his base I wanted to take all assault weapons he'd be fine with it then on gun control on things like pro life that he's been back and forth on he stayed loyal to that simply because of politics is what my my body believes he goes but I'm okay with that because I agree with that and that's what it comes down to is you know art is a politician doing my bidding right so but there you know but you can sit there and you can head trump on and the never troubles you used to do that he's not a loyal conservative the debt the deficit everything else fine talk about the issues and you can do that all day but when you start talking about the impeachment inquiry as a never dropper Republic in and start using the argument how dare the Republicans question and and dialed and tried to intimidate these these loyal civil servants who are L. only telling what they heard when the because that's what happens when you attempt to impeach a president dial that's part of what you're gonna get into when you you don't know that as a local civil servant and write a piece for an inquiry and you claim you know something that's hearsay and obviously especially I will say well well I will say with with a specially with Taylor Taylor was glad to promote his hearsay evidence yeah he doesn't say look this is just hearsay and I'm not I don't want to indict the breath you could tell what side he was on yeah there's no doubt and so you go after them of course you're gonna go after them that's what happens when you what what do you have a a court in the legal sense or a political court and so for never trump was to make that argument I just thought was so weak well it was some you know I I think the analysis by Chris Wallace was just odd you know this was not your testimony just hurt the present wait a minute let's start with the very basics was it here say the answer is yes then nothing else matters well I heard him how all that Chris Wallace agreed with the foreign policy of the gear Gratz not and and not the president because the president has had a variety of number of a variety of opinions on different issues out there will Chris that's not the issue well it it just it just became it was frustrating watching some of the analysis and reading it later in the day after Wednesday because it it was as if they were buying into I don't know why they were so smitten with with her and and why they gave so much credibility because it was I mean from the very beginning you could see there's nothing here they shouldn't even be there now they should and today's testimony shouldn't happen it's got nothing to do with what happened in that phone call and afterwards well I mean there's if if they haven't spoken to the president if they weren't there how is that witnessing anything it's not and these these are your these are your best witnesses it's like I said it was Wednesday was really really really weak and I do think that Republicans in the house are now saying whoa and I think Republicans in general we can use this this case is so weak we can turn that against them I do believe that's part of the mindset that exists right now yeah with Republic I think so let's have you we go to Ron in Pennsylvania Ron welcome here and run a radio welcome to the show hi Ron Gary thank you and good morning good morning Eric morning talking about of course is impeachment inquiry and it's it's all it's it should all be framed by the constitution which I'm not sure these any of these Democrats have copies they read the constitution on a regular basis but but you know they they reference it now for instance and I have two points on there too parts of the constitution which is so easy to read and I encourage everyone listening and and you will do you gentlemen every day every time you're on here to encourage people get a copy of the constitution on on your bookshelf you know when your book case because it's it's it's short and it's easy to read it's understandable and so for instance the the first point here is the article two is that is that is that the fines what what is impeachable for you know a federal official and it ended at defines treason bribery or other crimes in business to me and misdemeanors now you notice that the Democrats Nancy Pelosi they prohibited from quickbooks quid pro quo someone was the whispered in the rear because quid pro quo is not in the constitution for bribery is so suddenly this is now bribery but they but the sixth amendment says everyone shall be the excuse of a crime which is the you know this is a crime so we shall be accused and it's a type of criminal Praha prosecution shall enjoy the right to be informed of the nature and cause of the accusation which is bribery which implies some expectation of private gain even there's no there's no private gain that's involved in conduct foreign policy well here's here's here's the thing they're attempting to use bribery not in the criminal form there there there but like I said they're big they're trying to become creative and they're not there looking stupid in doing that they're not using bribery as a criminal charge they're using bribery as a political charge because the department of justice already has said this is and bribery and so the department justice so there isn't going to be any criminal trial on it where you have the right to face is the ex a good cues are if it's there made up bribery charge that they won't be able to point out you know that exist anywhere in in in in the legislation they're just coming up with a new definition when you're in the political trial there is no right to face your accuser and so yeah I mean they're making stuff up as I know you're laughing because I'm laughing because you're making stuff up as they.

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"In the National Review he holds a PhD in psychological theology from drew university has served as a consultant on organized crime in international terrorism for the F. B. I. is an adjunct professor of theology humanities and philosophy and Paul always a pleasure to get you back here how are you doing very well George thank you it's good to be back with you too then I should say that you co wrote this book with Rodney Howard Browne in it's a dandy I'm telling you I hope you're looking over your shoulder these days Paul because you keep writing about stuff like this you never know who's toes you're gonna stop on well you know when you get to be my age George you get to the point where you really don't even care anymore do you know what I mean I mean I'm an Irishman if if somebody gives me a slug in the back of the head you know so be it I'll go as fast well yeah but then I lose another guest for crying out tell us right right to be on there tell us a little bit about the transition from killing Uncle Sam to this work right now when I was doing the research for killing Uncle Sam I kept I kept coming up with this scene Pete this same family who seemed to be on to be to be behind the genetically modified food that we did that this poisoning people vaccines are killing people behind the fake news behind the American Bar Association behind the American legal institution behind the American medical association same family I think family that that funds almost one third of the colleges and universities throughout the country and this this this this family has tentacles everywhere everywhere and it when I was when I was writing killing because Sam I really couldn't hear out of the the the the full depth of the nefarious is of this family and so I I wrote killing the planet with Rodney and it's it's it's been on my own George it's you know what day it is yeah I think the internet at my age you know after all all my years as a journalist this really.

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"I was reading David French this column and National Review and and he makes there's been so many great points made on the the the New York times review story on I'm cabin all right I I think you know David French just make some great great points and and we may notice said the media out there has the even in the mainstream media we brought you the CBS report we're CBS made it clear that you know that wait a minute. this doesn't move move you towards impeachment of Cavanaugh it moves you when the complete opposite direction because what it did was it destroyed the main witnesses credibility completely. you're now that's a good point is that it actually exonerate exonerated exonerate wow haven't allow bike come by completely destroying the credibility of the major witness mmhm what what that essay actually did the. and and what the information that we learned everything from. you know where where they said you know Cavanaugh friends remain silent which wasn't which wasn't the truth to the fact of with the with for with miss Ford that her best friend. said the fact that the best friend and even the sun talked about the fact that they were being pressured by ally use of anti. you know bye bye bye allies of of anti Cavanaugh people that they were being pressured to actually light but if you look at everything that actually came out in that article it exonerated Cavanaugh yeah it when in the complete opposite direction of what the democratic presidential candidates were doing and that's the amazing thing you can bring evidence to the table and you can continue want a story. that in essence exonerates somebody and they the left will take it in the opposite direction based on nothing based on nothing. yeah I am. right you just we have we've been asking asking this question for quite awhile now but. when do they stop. they really can't help themselves. if you think about. the number of things that they have thrown at the president and and this falls in you know under trump because it is a truck nominee and now of course he's been seated on the High Court. but how many things have they thrown at trump along the way that I've just become a huge fiasco and come back to bite. hi and this is David French says here by the way David French not really a fan of Donald Trump right as we know now that my cabin all but it's his appointment. but as goes the the the truth matters here Cavanaugh did or did not assault Ford and in any fair proceeding Kaiser's testimony that's looming Kaiser the friend of a Christine Bossi Ford testimony would detonate like a bomb in any fair proceeding remember this was forms witness and forge friend she's a Democrat and moreover there is now evidence there was no evidence of a pressure campaign that looked a lot like an attempt to so born perjury. confronted with these facts other mainstream media reporters were able to quickly discern the true blockbuster in the block for example CBS news Jan Crawford we report tonight the real bomb shell Christine forwards close high school friend. says Ford says it was at the party when Cavanaugh allegedly assaulted her said Ford story is not believable and told the FBI Ford's allies pressured her threatened her with a smear campaign to say otherwise this is CBS. and the. Washington post Aaron Blake analyzing its significance as Democrats go big I'm calling for Kavanaugh's impeachment.

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