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Machiavelli Demystified With Dr. Khalil Habib

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:24 min | 19 hrs ago

Machiavelli Demystified With Dr. Khalil Habib

"Habib. Welcome back to the charlie kirk show. Charlie's fit to be with you so we kind of stumbled into machiavelli. Last conversation and i promised our listeners. We will get back to it commonly you'll hear on cable television with almost no explanation. Someone say well. That's very machiavelli by this politician. Or that's very maquiavelian. And i think people at best have a very surface knowledge of machiavelli Who was this man. And why was he so important. So machiavelli was born in florence italy and you lived during the middle of fifteenth century. And he lives at a time during the renaissance where there was growing frustration with politics with the church Time for corrupt and it was a movement known as the renaissance that wanted to revive classical virtue stress. The emphasis of moral education on restoring civic harmony and restoring as states crap essentially machiavelli comes in and crashes in on this party and says that's a no go. You can't restore politics on classical moral virtue. And so what. He wants to spread in books like the prince which bookies most famous for today although does this is many years ago was one that people mostly focused on. He presses that of politics requires a cunning. You have to be manipulative. You have to be willing to use force there when you're gonna have to break with traditional moral virtue To essentially affect transition in politics for example One of his many critiques of the renaissance and the attempted to bring christianity in classical moral virtue. Together in a modern republic machiavellian. The prince talks about a situation in which a group of christians in a small town wanted to deal with criminals unchristian grounds and he says well this guy treasury borja who was a brutal dictator essentially showed mercy to the innocent by crushing. These people not turning the other cheek so in other words you measure your your use of force in relation to your end goal and if it's to bring about law and order you don't do it by a holding some kind of classical moral virtue forces necessary and so that forced burns the reputation of some kind of gangster Sort of a low philosophy a politics but It's incredibly influential and foundational in many

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What Can We Learn From Machiavelli?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:07 min | 19 hrs ago

What Can We Learn From Machiavelli?

"Can you talk about how machiavelli in some way liberated this conversation. Not in a good way of the will of kind of how the political will should triumph good. Yeah that's excellent. Actually you're referring to chapter fifteen in prince and it's one of those chapters that are so crucial that anytime i ever teach machiavelli. Distracter has to get almost a full day of line by long line. Reading will in chapter fifteen of the prince machiavelli says he's going to depart from all classical writers. So forget the debate. Whether or not machiavellian was Doing something new was just sort of an ancient and modern clothing. He tells us that he's doing something new. What is it that he's doing new. Just so happens. Charlie that i have that chapter in mind. Let me just read it to you. He says because. I know that many have written about this politics friendship etc. I fear that in writing of it again. I may be helped presumptuous. Especially since in disputing this matter i depart from the orders of others so he tells us he is not gonna follow anything that had been written about before regarding moral philosophy and politics and then he says the following since my intent is to write something useful it suggesting that classical fodders not useful to whoever understands it appeared to me more fitting to go directly to the effectual truth of the thing than to any imagination of it so he makes a distinction between philosophy. That is simply imaginary and philosophy. That is actually factually true. Which is a unique phrase. No one's ever used that. Before now that in a moment but what is he talking about. He says that many have imagined republics he's referring to plato and principalities and kingdoms say saint augustine kingdom of god to have never been seen are known to exist in truth why because they are so far from how one lives to how one should live that he who lets go of what is done for what should be done learns his room and rather than his preservation so now he tells you what philosophy really should be. The factual truth is that which preserves your life and preserves your republic and imaginary truth moral or political. Is that which leads to your ruin.

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How Spanish Composers Influrnced Latin America

Classics for Kids

02:03 min | 1 d ago

How Spanish Composers Influrnced Latin America

"After christopher columbus made his first trip across the atlantic ocean spain and other european countries began to colonize the americas. Spanish music had a big influence on latin american music. And so did the music of the enslaved people who were brought over from africa one of the first places columbus landed in fourteen. Ninety two was cuba. Nineteenth century violinist. Jose white lafitte had a spanish father and an afro-cuban mother whites composition that they yaqoob ana the beautiful. Cuban uses dance rhythms from haiti and the dominican republic on the island of hispaniola twentieth century. Cuban composer and missile. The owner was a pianist. That's lik wound up performing his most famous piece. My leg ania which is a spanish dance. Kunas family was full of musicians including his great nephew. Leo brouwer leo. Brouwer was guitarist until he hurt his right hand even after he had to stop playing. He kept on composing in fourteen. Ninety three columbus landed on the island. We call puerto rico spanish for rich port. The taino people who originally lived there called it. Land of the great lords in their language voted ken. Which is the title of this piece by. Puerto rican composer. Roberto ever

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Lord Conrad Black Discusses the Shameful State of the World

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:26 min | 4 d ago

Lord Conrad Black Discusses the Shameful State of the World

"The fact that not only are you. A presidential historian of note appear in the british house of lords am former media. Mogul crossed the atlantic in australia. As well let me ask you your reaction in the correct historic context. What we are witnessing in canada in the uk in australia in america. There's a video. I just two days ago. A woman who is being accosted on her doorstep by the police australia why because on social media she said common protests the lockdowns. Tomorrow i mean just just you know what we are supposed to be able to do in any kind of republic old constitutional monarchy. Have you ever seen the like the spanning the various regions of the commonwealth and the united states. No i i have not I've never seen such income government in the united states. The the american political society is in disgrace. Arrest that and rebuild itself and i. I've never seen such a a a shambles in american government in every field. You know the The this horrifying shambles in afghanistan. Don't worry says the president we still have over the horizon influence whereupon They kill ten innocent people including seven children. I mean i all kinds of things Two hundred thousand people a month oregon over the southern border. I that's never happened. None of it has happened before that. I know and i've been following these things since eisenhart austrailia. I mean i think spoke about this a couple of weeks. You know we all know. The australians are rough tough rugged likeable people as crocodile. Done it hurts. You know they get out there in the back or the great barrier reef or over there aren't they you know they're they're strong. Solid men and strong solid attractive women. But how on earth is it all of a sudden if you put up something on twitter or wherever it was you'll get called upon at your home by the police for inciting disorder because you just invited people size the right of simply to check in arbitrary measure. I can't imagine it happening in australia. It's not the australia. I know

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Jesus Christ Keeps Charlie Kirk Motivated

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:14 min | 6 d ago

Jesus Christ Keeps Charlie Kirk Motivated

"What keeps you motivated. I mean the most important thing in my life is my relationship with jesus christ and my relationship with god which we should. We need to remind ourselves of that every single day and say it out loud and say clearly. Because that's really what's going on here isn't it. It's a spiritual war all of this material side of it is just a manifestation of unclean spirits impure spirits that are are going at it and that's what the scriptures tell us when it comes to what i care about in the political domain. I believe the scriptures. Tell us that we need to care about things that are beautiful and good and that are true. This is the greatest country ever to exist in the history of the world. And i i am twenty seven years old and i say that i want to think tonight as we go through this how much we've seen our country changed just in the last nine months and especially how much we've seen. Our country changed in the last nine years or ten years when i was in high school ten years ago. The things that we are now we've now seen implemented would be completely unthinkable now that we just take as just kind of common sense as anything but common sense but they say is just kind of normal things. The new normal. And i'm frustrated in a lot of different ways and it compels me to action. Because i will not sit idly by while this gift that we have been given the greatest country ever to exist a constitutional republic of and by and for the people that so many people have sacrificed for that. I just have to sit idly by while a while a very sinister and malevolent and clever and craft the minority takes over this country while they do not control a majority of the people and by every single measure. They are only doing it because we've allowed them to do it. And now maybe not you. But that we have allowed them to get way too far as far as cultural control way too far for way too long and they've also been willing. Which a word. I want to talk about tonight to get into the institutions to push against conservatives in christians

Leaving the Unvaccinated Behind Is How You Get Death Camps

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:15 min | Last week

Leaving the Unvaccinated Behind Is How You Get Death Camps

"Joy reed says i've a message to republicans. Okay we get it you guys love covert and you want pumping through your veins. I mean this is literally an insane rent. This person's very well watched and respected. Amongst the american left this only contributes to this kind of unraveling of the republic that we have feared for some time. Play eighty nine all right. Good evening everyone read out tonight with a message to republicans okay we covert is the precious and yoon love it. You love colvin so much. Wanted to spread into schools at the office in the walmart all the cruise ships at the club. That grace spongy ball with the red spikes you want pumping through your veins with an ivermectin chase. That's her opening segment. They have no desire to bring the country together. They have no desire to try to build bridges to try to categorize republicans and conservatives as if we love it. I think she might be coy. She's been coy or sarcastic. Or whatever don lemond wants to literally leave unvaccinated behind. It's time to just say to seventy million people you have to go. This is how you get death camps just so we're all clear.

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U.S. Top General Milley Secretly Called China Over Fears Trump Could Spark War

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:42 min | Last week

U.S. Top General Milley Secretly Called China Over Fears Trump Could Spark War

"Was there anything unusual set to the chinese counterpart in the phone calls. As far as you understand again. I all i. All i've seen is the same reporting that you've seen jen i. I can't speak to the specifics of the conversation. A conversation that took place obviously before Before this administration took office. But i would add if i may again that it is not only a common. It's expected that chairman of the joint chiefs of staff would continue to have counterpart conversations. I mean he is basically the chief of defence for the united states. We don't call them that he has cobbler. Koby i've had enough. That's live footage from the pentagon. They are having to address the accusations block. Buster shocking tectonic accusations. The channel joint chiefs colluded with communist china with their general staff and cold them to ensure that china would not be attacked and that mark milley was interposing himself in the chain of command of the united states thus negating the principle of civilian control of our armed forces that we have had from the beginning of the establishment of our republic and the position of president chief. -secutive and commander in

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If You Deny Our God-Given Rights, Then You Don't Believe in This Country

The Dan Bongino Show

01:56 min | Last week

If You Deny Our God-Given Rights, Then You Don't Believe in This Country

"The show after the 20th anniversary of 9 11, there's a whole lot of talk. I heard from some people that you know we should act like we did on 9 12. There's so much more that binds us together in terms of support. And I said No, um That sounds great and You know, I love this country as much as anyone. No one can love it more. You love it as much but not more. I adore everything this country stands for. But no, there's really not a lot that binds us together. Folks. There's not There is one thing that binds us together as a country as a constitutional republic. And that is the very concept of big our God given rights, Freedom and liberty. Not smaller state given right And if you don't believe in that, then you don't believe in this country. You you dumb. Sorry. I don't mean to make you uncomfortable, but it's just true. If you don't believe in that, and you don't believe in freedom and liberty And the consequences that come with it because, yes, there are consequences. Freedom and liberty means you're free to do think I'll use an example That may make some conservatives uncomfortable. I believe in while she wouldn't make him uncomfortable, they believe in rights, But you get the point make him uncomfortable because we know the bias of the media and we know the damage the media does this country. It's extensive. But we understand that in a constitutional republic, the alternative, a suppressed government run media is far worse. So We support the right of the media to be free, and they're free to be stupid, and the media typically sadly takes us up on that offer and complies. And they do a lot of dumb stuff. But the left doesn't seem to get that again. I'm genuinely curious city too dumb to understand the Constitution or they understand it, And they just don't care because they're tyrants. Or is it some blend of the two? And if it is a blend, how many are really the tyrants and how many are really too dumb? Here's what I mean.

Putin to Self-Isolate Due to COVID-19 Among Inner Circle

NPR News Now

00:51 sec | Last week

Putin to Self-Isolate Due to COVID-19 Among Inner Circle

"President vladimir putin is going into quarantine the kremlin says that's due to a breakout of covert nineteen in his inner circle for moscow. Npr's charles means has details. The kremlin made the announcement in a readout of a phone call with the leader of the former soviet republic of tajijistan. According to the readout putin told the tonge leader he would not be attending upcoming regional summit and instead joined by teleconference because he was self isolating due to an outbreak of kovic nineteen in his inner circle acres on monday criminal pool. Cameras caught putin in a hot mike moment while signing autographs for returning russian paralympian from the tokyo games during which putin casually noted some among his staff had been infected. The kremlin spokesman later insisted the russian leader was speaking generally about concerns over the virus. The athletes themselves had quarantine for one week to meet with

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President Trump Warned Us About Mail-In Ballots

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:07 min | Last week

President Trump Warned Us About Mail-In Ballots

"President trump warned us in the midst of covert. He openly said. It is a disaster. To mail out unbidden mail-in ballots. Mail-in ballots are meant for people who are want otherwise in dispose. I have voted absentee meaning in advance. But i had to get a letter. I had to prove that mind lawyer need me somewhere else out of state. I had to explain why. I couldn't come on election day. And then fill out a form in advance and say yes. I am out of state on official business for my employer. I'm voting now but what the democrats have done and it smart. I mean given credit president. Trump's at about the chinese. I i'd be cheating i i'd be fighting for chinese interests if i were dictatorship but i'm not i'm the american president. That's the democrats that dictatorial. They think they get to cheat. They told that voters their supporters. That nazis that white supremacists are running the country. Why just think about that. Why would you not cheat if you think that fascist to running the country. This is how much they have torn apart the fabric of this republic and the idea that eighty million ballots with sent out to people who didn't request them to dead people to people who left the state in arizona alone. More than forty thousand ballots sent to people who had left the state and live somewhere else and are not eligible to vote in arizona. So if you're in california make sure you go in person. Tomorrow's the day and the answer to question one is yes.

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The Ending of Last Saturday's 'Unfiltered' With Dan Bongino

The Dan Bongino Show

01:51 min | Last week

The Ending of Last Saturday's 'Unfiltered' With Dan Bongino

"Completely out of my head. Totally extemporaneous. There's no There's nothing in that prompter other than just like you, do you do you And when I was going to say before I watched the videos of that day again and all the horrors of it. When I was going to say is, you know and 9 12 the day after we recognize there's a lot more that Binds us together that keeps us apart, you know, and, uh, that's crap. There isn't Man. You're negative and no, I'm not. No, I'm not at all. I Negative about the left because there's only one thing that binds us together. Right? A love a love and it willing to sacrifice for freedom and liberty. That's the only thing that binds us together. If you're on the other side of that, and freedom isn't your thing. You want to be a totalitarian socialist Communist from free speech sensor like the left Now you're not one of us. You may claim to be But you're not one of us. See, We don't do that. You do that. That's not what an effective representative democracy constitutional Republic does. That's not what we do. So there's not a you know this whole thing like, Oh, a 9 12. We figured out there was so much that's like flowery. I'm very sorry, but even some friends and colleagues by like that binds us so much more that binds us together. No, there's not so much more that binds. Why are we telling people that that is a lie and coming up? Don't miss this show. Today. I've got an article in the American American greatness called winning the Cold Civil War. By Thomas Quinn Greenstein. About how we're in a cold civil war right now, and until we recognize that fact and and stop using, you know nonsense lines like there's so much more that binds us together. No, there isn't There's

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Is Taiwan About to Lose Another Long-Term Ally to Beijing?

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:00 min | Last week

Is Taiwan About to Lose Another Long-Term Ally to Beijing?

"Is the upcoming election in honduras in central america causing a storm over fourteen thousand kilometers away in east asia. The answer is the country's longstanding relationship with taiwan which china claims as its own territory and allegations that beijing is trying to undermine the historical ties between taipei and all seagull palm. Well some some ellis bloomberg's taipei bureau chief. And he's on the line with more something. Can you begin by filling us in on that relationship between taiwan and honduras. Well hundreds is one of taiwan's last few remaining official diplomatic allies so one of the last few countries anywhere in the world. The officially view taiwan as a country so photon The importance of maintaining as many of these last fifteen allies as possible is huge. Like it is Really crucial to maintaining. It's the tight covered. Taipei governments claimed that. Taiwan is a sovereign independent country separate from the people's republic china. Now of course the relations that These last few allies have with taiwan officially the republic of china taiwan the state. And taiwan's official name. You know a legacy. Leftover from the government that used to rule china before the people's republic had sleds to taiwan during the civil war. And so you know over the last eight years. More and more countries have been switching recognition to beijing. As the people's republic of china is the official government of china. So y- taiwan is is very much invested in maintaining these last few allies as as possible Because it really does. Maintain this claim that taiwan suffered sovereign independent

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Rudy Giuliani Says the Best Thing Joe Biden Can Do Is Resign

Mark Levin

01:40 min | 2 weeks ago

Rudy Giuliani Says the Best Thing Joe Biden Can Do Is Resign

"Now, What about Afghanistan tomorrow? Do you think that the president will make any reference to it? Or do you think he's just trying to ignore it? It seems to be is the message. Rudy, I think the best thing the president can do tomorrow. Is resign in disgrace. And apologize for killing 13 people. And say, Get me out of here before I kill more people because they don't know what the hell I'm doing. I'm very, very angry. Well, and I'm so angry for the families. I was 373 firefighters 27 police officers. I lost 20 good friends. To Al Qaeda sponsored by the people that are now in charge of Afghanistan. And the demented. President of the United States whose crimes I probably know better than anybody who they covered up. And they're trying to go after me nearly because I discovered the crimes he was committing for 30 years. The guy's pulled in about $30 million illegally. Selling his office first, his little cheap brother did it. Then his son did it. Then his sister in law, the whole family takes bribes Stand. And I got to believe he doesn't know what he's doing now. They put him in the White House and they can make more money. But they don't give the slightest bit of care for the United States. It's all about how much money can the Bidens bank and how can they abuse us? Look at him last night? It was like a petty little Banana Republic dictator last night. And he's going after people who don't wear masks and armed vaccinated and he's letting the Taliban With people who want to kill Americans take over Afghanistan.

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The Time Has Come to Reclaim the American Republic

Mark Levin

02:01 min | 2 weeks ago

The Time Has Come to Reclaim the American Republic

"The time has come to reclaim what is ours. As I write in American Marxism. What is ours, the American Republic from those who seek to destroy it. If we expect others to rescue our nation for us, as we go about our daily lives as mere observers to what is transpiring Or close our eyes and ears to current events. We will lose the struggle and yes, it's a struggle. We've allowed the American Marxists to define who we are as a people. They d famous land. Our ancestors in history and trash have founding documents and principles. They're mostly reprobates who hate the country. And have contributed nothing to its betterment. Fact they live off the sweat and toil of others. You While they pursue a destructive and diabolical course for our nation. Undermining its sabotaging virtually every institution in our society. The ideology and worldview are based on the arguments and beliefs of a man Karl Marx, whose writings are responsible for the enslavement. Impoverishment, torture and death of untold millions. This is a hard fact. Despite the predictable protest stations from some in our society who embrace an advanced Marxism score ideas. But attempted disassociate themselves from responsibility for its inevitable outcomes. These are the useful idiots who occupy influential and leadership positions of the Democratic Party, media, academia, culture and so forth. But we must take solace and find strength in the sacrifice and bravery of our early revolutionaries. Joseph Warren Samuel Adams. John Hancock, Paul Revere, Tom Paine. To name just a few. And become energized and inspired by the wisdom and genius of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson. John Adams, James Madison.

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The Chinese Cultural Revolution

History Accounts

02:00 min | 2 weeks ago

The Chinese Cultural Revolution

"Chinese cultural revolution has roots back to the late fifties in early nineteen sixties from nineteen sixty six to nineteen seventy six with the encouragement and supporter and support of the leader of china. Many young people rose up in an effort to purge the nation of the four olds old customs old culture old habits and old ideas the cultural revolution or also known as the great proletarian coach. Revolution would have a far-reaching and ruinous impact on china. After driving the chinese nationalist government or the combing dong from china. The chinese communist party or ccp establish itself is the leading and ruling organization of the people's republic of china on october first nineteen forty-nine majdan declared the creation of the people's republic of china from the ccp's beginning it had relied on and sought financial and political support from the soviet union. Joseph stalin the soviet union's leader had helped mao become the leader of the while mile faithfully followed stalin. Their personal relationship was not always cozy. Mile was always a little jealous and resentful toward stalin. Mao felt he paid his communist. Do's and he believed he was the more proven revolutionary. When you consider the number of people in china at that time that he pulled or forced into the communist nearly a quarter of the world's population then mile had a point when joseph stalin died in eighteen fifty three mile was eager to claim the leadership role of the socialist camp.

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Major Changes Are Coming to Amazon's Luna Cloud Gaming Service

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:09 min | 2 weeks ago

Major Changes Are Coming to Amazon's Luna Cloud Gaming Service

"We have some luna news. I'm going to run through if you like if you like. There's new news First off you. I'm paraphrasing eddie. Gamespot i have the bullet points from my emails. While they're basically luna's over on fire the fire tablet you can start using the luna over there They're gonna do channels one of the new channels launched. Today's the family channel which offers a carefully curate. A group of thirty five plus games that are appropriate for younger players. The channel cost read hours. A month includes titles like spongebob squarepants battle for a bikini. Bottom rehydrated garfield cart furious. Racing and transformers battlegrounds skate. Bird will come to the channel later. This month amazon also announced that far. Cry six on october. Seventh and writer republic october. Twenty eighth will. October two hundred eighty. S what is this will launch. I with that. And everything else from ubisoft. Janelle looking ahead. There amazon is going to be doing a retro gaming. A channel soon with games from atari. Sf k among others Oh the other big announcement. This is a new co up feature for amazon luna The new couch option. Lets you play games like santi racing overcooked to among others cooperative. Even if you're not in the same room perhaps the most exciting part of this is that only. The host needs to be a luna subscriber. The guests can play for free.

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Liberals Like Elie Mystal Cannot Identify Objective, Constitutional Rights

The Dan Bongino Show

01:48 min | 2 weeks ago

Liberals Like Elie Mystal Cannot Identify Objective, Constitutional Rights

"Folks in order for the government. To be in charge. Now I'm gonna tie this all up for you. There can be an objective set of rights for human beings. Try to follow me. Jim. If this doesn't make sense, you gotta stop me. If I lose, the audience will be upset. There has to be an objective set of values and a constitutional republic. What I call on my show off in big our God given rights. But here's the thing. That's what we believe in. We believe in the right to assemble the right to speak the right to practice your religion, the right to protect your family, and we believe those rights were granted by God. The role of government is not to grant you those rights. The role of government is only to protect those rights whose rights are objective, meaning they're not open to a subjective interpretation. They are inviolable. No human being can violate those rights. The government only secures them. They do not grant them to you. That's what we believe. The left does not believe in objective rights. They believe in subject of smaller rights that they make up and throw away as they see fit. You just saw it with Ellie Mestel Ellie Missiles like we need to federalize an army of doctors to go protect the constitutional right in Texas that doesn't exist by the way of a woman to terminate her child's life. He just made that up. But yet when you say to Ellie, but there's an actual constitutional right in the Constitution to bear arms that shall not be infringed. That's an actual quote. L he's like, No, no, no, Not that I subjectively interpret that differently. You see what they're doing? You see what happens. So one set of rights they make up. It's not in the Constitution, the other in the Constitution. They don't even care about it because it's their subjective interpretation. It's not objective. It's not inviolable. It's open to mean what they say it means does that make

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The Biden Administration Are Willing to Lie About Anything and Everything

Mark Levin

02:12 min | 2 weeks ago

The Biden Administration Are Willing to Lie About Anything and Everything

"What's going on behind the scenes. I can feel that this administration is Telling the Russians and the Chinese and others. That they'll do anything anything. But they know it's not gonna happen. They're writing these They're willing to lie about everything and anything. Changes in In voting laws that are still liberalized. From laws that existed before the pandemic are called Jim Crow. The Democrat Party taking over the voting system. Is called expanding voting. You've been hearing Significant number of Democrats. Because the court dared not to take up the Texas case yet. You've been hearing them say this is a reason. To pack the court. This is all an attempt again. To threaten the Supreme Court justices who do not buckle And to ensure that those who do bucko Buckle. We used to talk about the independence of the Supreme Court. You'll notice the Democrats never talk about the independence of the Supreme Court. They don't want it to be independent. They just wanted to be another. Another tool by which they can impose their will. Every single aspect of this republic is under attack. The court system. The threats. The court system and the justices and the judges. Just easier to go along with them, then be brutalized in the New York slimes, the Washington compost and by the reprobates who are in Congress. Just easier. The voting systems under attack, and, of course, their self righteous about it. They flip it on its head. Look, we want to stuff the ballot boxes. Yeah, we want access to everything. Yeah. In the media to this day. Censure. What's in the Democrat proposal for voting.

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"new republic" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"new republic" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is an editor for the new Republic. He served in the navy and worked as a contractor in Iraq in two thousand eight he says the cases have, but one thing in common it doesn't really look to be a unifying principle when you look at them on the surface other than that, they are about, atrocities, committed by armed Americans overseas against foreigners. I'm going to ask you about the military, which broadly speaking is presumed to be largely conservative, largely Republican, and a significant base of Trump support. But. But if the president expects to impress the military community by pardoning war criminals, recuse for criminals. You think he's actually going to be disappointed? There's not a natural constituency for blanket pardons of multiple war crimes on Memorial Day in two thousand nineteen it's not something that the military brass themselves are clamoring for it's not something that the major veteran service organizations amd, the veterans of foreign wars VFW, or the American Legion are in favor of and making public statements in favor of it is something that some of their memberships feel pretty strongly about, so it's unclear how this is going to benefit him really beyond his base. If we can assume that the president is motivated by impressing, his base nonetheless, it doesn't seem, as if the scheme to pardon war, criminals, and accused war criminals spunk. Fully formed in his own mind, it was floated. I elsewhere who's behind it. Each accused service member or contr. Tractor has had a base of support friends and family, a lot of activity on social media, and that seems to have sort of bubbled up and been run with by certain media outlets, most notably, Fox News. Joining us now this morning in an exclusive to share their stories and frustrations. Are the family members of these three soldiers? Brave Americans warfighters I have the honor of being on the shell but rarely do I have the honor of being in company of amazing women. Like all three of you think if your courage, this is where it gets a little bit weird media matters, which, of course, is a left leaning organization. They've been tracking this coverage nave shown that there were at least twenty six separate segments for one or more of these accused or convicted war criminals since last December. So, basically, in six months, twenty-six segments on air on Fox News on this show. We've frequently reported on the sort of walkie talkie relationship between. Fox News and the White House. What have these twenty six minutes look like generally speaking, most of them have involved interviews with friends or family members who are supportive of the cause of one or more of these accusees, Sean Gallagher joins us now to go to bat for his brother, for example, in the case of chief Gallagher. The navy seal, Sean happy about the to what do we need to do to get rid of the other two charges, but we need the intervention of the president states. Sadly, Andrea, how hard is this on your family? It's a nightmare. It's an absolute nightmare, and I just want to let the president, now he's being lied to there is clues wife, his attorneys, his brother, and, in fact, a friend of his who now runs a veteran, owns pro-military, t-shirt business have all been on to basically say, there is a video out there with evidence that the president should see. That he needs to see to understand this person needs to be home with his family. They've been appealing directly through Fox News to President Trump and said, you're not getting Mr President all the full information on XYZ story. Not just over the air either. There was news that Delhi base broke this week. It's not just that the president is watching FOX and friends, it's what he is hearing directly from one of the co hosts Pete hegseth. They reported that hegseth, quote, had multiple private conversations on the topic with President Trump over the past four and a half months with Gallagher's case among those he pushed and lobbying seems to be working tweeted in all nervous passed to our country navy. Seal, Eddie Gallagher. We'll seem be moved to less restrictive confinement while he waits his day in court process should move quickly. Trump has tweeted support, not just for Gallagher bought four Matthew Goldstein. President tweeting quote.

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04:41 min | 2 years ago

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"The new Republic. He served in the navy and worked as a contractor in Iraq in two thousand eight he says the cases have, but one thing in common it doesn't really look to be a unifying principle when you look at them on the surface other than that, they are about, atrocities, committed by armed Americans overseas against foreigners. I'm going to ask about the military, which broadly speaking is presumed to be largely conservative, largely Republican, and a significant base of Trump support. But if the president expects to impress the military community by pardoning war criminals accused for criminals. You think he's actually going to be disappointed? There's not a natural constituency for blanket pardons of multiple war crimes on Memorial Day in twenty nineteen. It's not something that the military brass themselves are clamoring for it's not something that the major veteran service organizations Amvest, the veterans of foreign wars VFW, or the American Legion are in favor of and making public statements in favor of it is something that some of their memberships feel pretty strongly about, so it's unclear how this is going to benefit him really beyond his base. If we can assume that the president is motivated by impressing, his base nonetheless, it doesn't seem, as if the scheme to pardon war, criminals, and accused war criminals spunk. Fully formed in his own mind. It was floated. I elsewhere who's behind each accused service member or contr. Tractor has had a base of support friends and family, a lot of activity on social media, and that seems sort of bubbled up and been run with by certain media outlets, most notably, Fox News. Joining us now this morning in an exclusive to share their stories and frustrations. Are the family members of these three soldiers? Brave Americans in warfighters. I have the honor of being on the shell but rarely do I have the honor of being in company of amazing women. Like all three of you think if your courage, this is where it gets a little bit weird media matters, which, of course, is a left leaning organization. They've been tracking this coverage and they've shown that there were at least twenty six separate segments for one or more of these accused or convicted war criminals since last December. So, basically, in six months, twenty-six segments on air on Fox News on this show. We've frequently reported on the sort of walkie talkie relationship between. Fox News and the White House. What if these twenty six minutes looked like generally speaking, most of them have involved interviews with friends or family members who are supportive of the cause of one or more of these accusees, Sean Gallagher joins us now to go to bat for his brother, for example, in the case of chief Gallagher. The navy seal, Sean happy about the two what do we need to do to get rid of the other two charges, but we need the intervention of the president, and I had states, sadly, Indra, how hard is this fin on your family? It's a nightmare. It's absolute nightmare. And I just want to let the president know he's being lied to there is wife, his attorneys, his brother, and, in fact, a friend of his who now runs a veteran owns pro-military shirt, business have all been onto basically say there is a video out there with excel Petit evidence that the president should see. That he needs to see to understand this person needs to be home with his family. They've been appealing directly through Fox News to President Trump and said, you're not getting Mr President, the full information on XYZ story, not just over the air either. There was news that the Daily Beast broke this week. It's not just that the president is watching FOX and friends, it's what he is hearing directly from one of the co hosts Pete hegseth. They reported that hegseth, quote, had multiple private conversations on the topic with President Trump over the past four and a half months with Gallagher's case among those he pushed, and that lobbying seems to be working Trump tweeted in honor of his past to our country navy. Seal, Eddie Gallagher will soon be moved to less restrictive confinement while he waits his day in court process should move quickly. Trump has tweeted support, not just for Gallagher, but for Matthew Goldstein. And president tweeting quote.

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13:01 min | 2 years ago

"new republic" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"KFI AM six forty. More stimulating talk. Dan, welcome back bitch, which with us. Let's talk about old things cult Mitch. How did you get interested in this field? This genre really started. When I was a little kid. I took books of folklore and myth from my local public library, queens. And you know, I had this plenty experience one day where it took a book of Pennsylvania Dutch folklore. And there was this weird pentagram chart inside the book, and the idea was that you were supposed to close your eyes. Bring it at home a pin between your fingers bring down the pin onto the chart and whatever little phrase you brought down the pin on would be your fortunate. We'll be your future. I was nine years old at the time. And I close my eyes brought down the pin and said a letter you will receive a letter and the very next day the very next day. A letter arrived at my house. It was from the new Republic. Library, and it was an overdue book. Wherever it may be interested in the cold. A funny experience as a kid those stories to overdo books. I think we had a couple of weeks ago where it was like fifty years overdue and he brought to thank God. They didn't charge him for it. Can you imagine? Now, the age of nine I didn't receive many letters. So you can only you know, you can only imagine what I experience when that letter arrived at the house the next day mitch's or anything about the supernatural about the cult. That scares you. You know? It's an interesting question, George, I I really believe that everybody's search is is is up to them. It should be brief warm. I there's no door won't open. There's no threshold and one cross I've done all kinds of things, and I can say just speaking from my own experience. Nothing bad has ever happened to me, you know, I used to for example, I would warn people against using the weeds you board. But the truth is good things. Have also come out of the ouija board. There's a religion of Vietnam. Hope cow die ISM. It's third largest religion, Vietnam and the cow dice eight came through a ouija board, and they actually maintain their own private militia reclose allies, the US during the Vietnam war, and they weren't ally. The US right up to the end in hundred seventy five and that fate that movement was transmitted through the ouija board. So although people have fear some associations with these things. I I just never wanna put the brakes on anybody's personal. Experiment. That's my point of view. At least let's take the calls. Let's go to Blair and should own Arizona to get started. Hey, Blair, welcome to the show. Thank you very much, George Mr. Horowitz from the luge in of your source book manly. P hall's the secret teachings of all the ages. Manley hall writes, though, the form must perish the life will not fail. And as an example, he uses Socrates in three ninety ninety. She before he died. He said his immortality. They may indeed put me to death, but they cannot injure me. And it's interesting. It was also said in the bible, I say to my friends and not be afraid of those who can kill the body. But afterwards have no more. They can do in Luke chapter twelve you know, Paul writes that the gate to this realization is the heart and they're the spiritualism of emotions for us to understand that. I just let get your comment on that, sir. That's that's wonderful point. You're Manley was life one believer, not only incarnation. But that our lives the greater portion of our lives are extra physical and one can come in contact with the idea that we have in existence that goes beyond the physical everything that you're afraid of including death sort of loses. It he loses its edge and Manley was a deeply venerating of Hinduism, Buddhism and other faiths that the teach reincarnation and he believes that this could comport with Christianity. And as you were just citing that beautiful passage from Luke he believed that there could be a marriage of between Christianity, I believe reincarnation. And that the death of the body is a transition. It doesn't represent the demise of the individual Mitch. What did you think of Edgar Casey? I was a huge admire remain a huge in my revenge. Casey. In fact, I'm going to be in Virginia Beach at his headquarters in the month of June. Edgar I think it more than anybody else in the twentieth century to marry all the different fates. Judaism Buddhism, Christianity Hinduism her medicine. Manley felt that all these faiths emanated in a sense from an ancient primeval doctrine, which was an idea that Manley hall believed as well. And these could be joined although Edgar was devout Christian. He made a reading of the bible the full reading every year. And would find passages just like your caller was referencing in which he felt that the different faiths could be unified. Well, when you ran ARE say Hello to Kevin today. She for us, would you what am I great friends? Welcome and good guy. He thinks very highly of you to my friend. Let's go next to Thomas in LA Hoya, California. Hello, tom. Go ahead. George. Thank you for taking my call this upcoming Sunday as mother's day. And I wish your dear mother just a magnificent mother's day. Thank you got to be ninety the end of the month. Tom and has asked me to put her on the show that Tuesday. Twenty eight. Tuesday, the twenty eighth fabulous. That'll be fat. I look forward to that. Mitch. I just wanted to say, I always appreciate your voice on the Airways. And I constantly listen to your compact disc audio reading of Neville Goddard and his sermons saw immortal, man. I just listen to that over and over again, very compelling. Very riveting reading that you thank you so much. Never got her is one of my great heroes. He was a a British or Bayden mystic who lived and worked for most of his life here in America. He died in nineteen seventy two and never talk that your imagination is God. And that everything you see and experience are your own emotional thoughts and mental pictures pushed out into the world and never had one of the most radical religious. Theses that you could possibly imagine. And yet things that were experiencing in quantum physics and other fields seemed to be validating some of the religious ideas that never brought and immortal man is one of my very favorites of his books, and it was a huge privilege narrated Mitch, what do you think of curses and spells? Well, at the heck of an interesting question, you know, I think there's cosmic reciprocity. And if you cast a curse on another person, you have to be prepared for the same results to unfold in your own life. That's right. Kind of esoteric reading of the golden rule that that it's just a matter of the acts that we perform in the world. But what we think about what goes around comes around. Right. It's a it's a universal law appears in every religion. Yes, sir. I've got a believer that if you know you throughout evil thoughts you may affect somebody. But it's going to get you to there's no question everything that we do possesses equality of reciprocity. And even the things that we think about other people Reverberi in our own lives. It's it's something that we should be wary of. But it's also something that can inspire us because our positive thoughts reverberate to us as well. Our minds have more epic proportions than I think we often appreciate we go next to Robert in Tucson, Arizona, west of the Rockies. Hey, robert. Thank you. Hey, I just wanted to mention a couple of points. You mentioned or your guest mentioned how Croly his former house in Loch Ness, scoff stuff and both gyn house of went up for sale. Sixty percent of it is burned. However, it's gonna be hard sewing that on your website Jimmy page recently owned it also in pagan a person who maintain the house said, it was cursed, and that he had a number of really bad experiences with it, and then page sold it, and then the next owner when one day and came back and the place was on fire and burned almost to the ground. The point on Croly was I read his biography once one of the complete biographies, it seems to me he was very misguided person. He abandoned a group of people in a mountain, climbing expedition, and he was the only person to survive. By for medics petition. So your guest if he has in common that was my only think that's correct. Yeah. Thank you for bringing up that point. You know, Alistair was a great man in some ways. He was a great artist. He was a great adventure. He was a great spiritual experiment, or, but as as the caller eluded, rightly a lot of people around him got hurt a lot of his students got hurt. And there was a cool in the man. And if I were a contemporary of his I wouldn't have sought to be a student of his I don't think Alistair has solid ethical base. I love the man in some ways as an artist as philosopher as a spiritual experiments or but his his insights were not leavened by a real ethical basis. And Manley hall always said that if you're going to explore into the occult, you have to have some kind of an ethical teaching at your back or you can you can really paint yourself into a dark corner. Didn't he like? Crowly to hurt people in weird ways. Yeah. Manley was very suspicious of Crowly and others of his ilk. He was honoring of ceremonial magic. But he believed the like Croly were just kind of stunted their growth was stunted by selfishness. And it made it impossible. Ultimately to really be a force for good in the world. Joe in line Island, New York. Hi joseph. Go ahead. Yeah. Hi, mitch. At this time. I wanna ask you about pill to but on tonight's topic. Ask you about the wall run twenties. I don't know full for one. But they maybe even Babe Ruth out to be excessive would need ten hot dogs and stuff. So. Spiritualism behind that that was slightly different. And also went Reagan. I I saw him on nets lex, and he was on some beach, and it looked like a, you know, like a powered ice pool type place. No shirt with a an attractive native from island. Actually, I want to stay just right there. I wouldn't have gone further into politics. Well. You know? It was a public, man. You know, he loved being among crowds. He loved meeting people. It's like the president Gerald Ford made the survey shin that Reagan was one of the very few political figures who disclosed more about himself personally in his speeches than he did in private which is why it's so exciting to me that within some of Reagan's speeches. You can find the phrases the ideas of and the hall it demonstrates how deeply interested. He was in this material. The key to Reagan is really public statements because he lived most honestly as a public figure in private. He was a little bit more shutdown. Got right. First time caller and Sacramento, California. Raymond, go ahead. Hi, I have a question for your guest niche. I'm curious about a couple of things, and I will sell them out and take my answers off the year number one who kills Manley hall and why and also why was no one ever arrested or convicted into killing since they're worse suspects. Yeah. That's a great question. The LAPD as well. As manly's. Widow Marie did suspect foul play Manley's, Jeff when he died in nineteen ninety. There was some really really uncomfortable and disturbing circumstances around it as your caller in how did he die MICH? Well, you know, technically speaking he.

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14:45 min | 2 years ago

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"Chris Christie was a key member of President Trump's 2016 campaign team in his new book Christie says collusion with Russia was unlikely this group is still trying to hire field reps in Pennsylvania in August. I hardly think that they were organized enough to put together a top Clancy type operation. With russia. I'm Mary Louise Kelley Chris Christie's book, let me finish this afternoon on all things considered from NPR news. Weekdays starting at four on WNYC. Welcome back to all of it on WNYC now of into tuner attention to another New York institution the new school. Founded in nineteen nineteen the school has radical routes and took a truly radical endeavor of bring over European academics. US during Hitler's rise to power. The school has a history of being at the forefront of progressive education. Aaron Copeland Copeland taught there. It was the first calls to offer courses, photography, WKBD, boys and sterling Brown taught African American history and get this nineteen forty six Jews free lender is the author of a new book, titled a light dark times the new school for social research. And it's university in exile. She served as dean of the graduate faculty of political and social science at the new school from nineteen ninety three to two thousand as well as dean and professor of SUNY purchase and hunter college Judith. Welcome to all of that. Thank you very much. He's a pleasure to be here. I I wanna I love the title a light and dark times to what are you referring well men in dark times is the title of a book by Hannah Arendt who taught. At the new school. So I have to admit I am stealing a bit. Why you made the choice for a reason why did you make? Well, it's also because the new school has played the role of being a light in dark times both in its founding during the university in exile period during the Hitler years, and I must say again today, and I hope we'll get to that as well. What was the academic climate like right before the new school was founded? Well, it was just before the new school was founded nineteen fifteen. The new school was founded in one thousand nine hundred and there was an enormous attempt on the part of academics around the country to defend themselves to have freedom of speech. The academic freedom was a new movement in those days and the American University of the American University professors created an institution the association of of American University professors and the founders of that association ended up also being the founders of the new school and the new school was founded because during World War One when American soldiers were fighting overseas in one thousand nine hundred seventeen the president of Columbia University. Nncholas Murray Butler fired two faculty members for being pacifist. And speaking out his pacifists during world will one. Now, what is remarkable about what happens? Snacks. Is that to faculty members Charles a beard historians and James Harvey Robinson resign? They resign. Not because they themselves were pacifists. But because they were defending the rights of people. They disagreed with to speak out. And that was why the new school was founded when it was founded it was founded on a and I'm going to quote, this independent school of social science. What does that mean? Well, the they were social scientists. They were historians and social scientists, and they were interested in what was called social research, really. And they finally called it social research, and they had an they had an had kind of a double agenda in terms of the research. And that is they wanted both to train people for policy to train people in the unions to learn how to make this a better society. This is right after World War One the world had fallen apart. And on the other side. They also wanted to educate adults. They felt very strongly that adults needed to keep their minds active. Not just their bodies active and continue their education, the legendary president of the new school Alvin Johnson like to call it the continuing education of the educated. But that we're going to do serious social research that was the plan and the courses if you look at the curriculum. We're a little dry lot of economics a lot of economics a lot of policy courses, and guess what they didn't attract as many students as they needed. Let's talk about Alvin Johnson the founder of the school. What kind of man was he can you describe him for? Well, he was the son of Danish immigrants. He was raised in Nebraska on a farm, and he started his life. He was born in eighteen seventy four and he started as a student of the classics. But during the Spanish American war, he ended up fighting in the didn't get to fight. He he volunteered for the war. He realized that maybe the classes. Xxx was not going to lead him to where he wanted to be. And he decided to come to New York and study at Columbia University in economics. So he was in a communist, and then he became a professor at many different colleges and universities around the country. He bounced around a great deal. And finally, he realized he didn't really like academic life that much as it was as it was being done in those days, and he joined the new Republic, which was a new magazine at that point founded nineteen fourteen and he gets recruited and leaves academic life to join the new Republic, and it was at the new Republic that he learned about and got to participate in the founding of the new school because Columbia University and the new Republic with the founders of the new school. And in fact, the faculty Columbia who were involved in the project. We're writing regularly in the new Republic, and I must stress they were all for the war. By nineteen seventeen. This group of founders of the new school yet, they insisted that pacifists had a right to speak their mind that if that relationship between the new Republic is interesting. How long did that continue? Well that continued really until nineteen twenty six. By nineteen twenty six Herbie Crowly who was the editor in chief of the new Republic had had resigned and gone back to the new Republic full-time. It was an awful lot of turnover nine in that period. In fact, that turnover begins in one thousand nine hundred ninety two. The falls apart in other words, very quickly. But the new Republic bows out in the sense that Herbert Croly bows out as late as nineteen twenty six Charles beard and James Harvey Robinson, the two professors from Columbia have already left by this time. And they, but they don't die out entirely because people who are writing for the new Republic continued to teach at the new school well into the thirties. So there was this relationships as sort of this this funding, and the and the sort of the the new Republic, and then absolutely absolutely. And the funding as you point out was very it was a great overlap, a one of the the the news the the new school was funded very heavily by Dorothy Payne, Whitney straight who with her husband, will it straight. Hadn't fact bankrolled the new Republic, I my guess is Judah Friedlander the name of her book is a light and dark times the new school for social research in its university in exile. Fun. Fact, I I did not know that it wasn't always in Greenwich Village. It started in west Chelsea. That's right. People in what's now a fancy apartment building. Yeah. Well, yes. Can you tell people with that of? Yes. Well, how did they end up at? Why did they end up in west Chelsea? Well, they were right around the corner from the new Republic. So that's why. And then, but they and they had a that that a few townhouses which they built a courtyard between the two they were on west twenty third west twenty fourth street. They had remodeled the these townhouses to create the small little facility that they had and they outgrew it very quickly by this time Johnson is in charge. He's in charge by nineteen twenty two. The others are now basically gone Croly sticks around I repeat since until nineteen twenty six, but he's really he'd bought out you met you mentioned one of the women who is deeply involved in the funding. And there were other women who are involved in the funding as well. Yes. So there were I mean, the other major funder at the very beginning was a woman by the name of Charlotte. Sorghum who was also well known. Benefactress in New York, and she had been helping to support the urban renewal project called turtle gardens on the east side. And so they were both women of great means, and they were very progressive politically that is important. They were feminists. They were this is please keep in mind, the new schools founded in one thousand nine nineteen nineteen women. Don't get the vote officially until nineteen twenty. They were suffering just but they weren't just suffer. Just they were very very modern women. Let's put it that way. That feminists have been fascinated by for many years. The new school was multidisciplinary. How did this diverge from academic norms at that time? Well, first of all, let's remember that it began as a school for adult education. It was a continuing education, and what is more. It offered no degrees in these days. So people did not come to study for degree of of. And I don't mean this in a lack of structure that that is a good thing. Absolutely. I mean the. I repeat they wanted very much to keep the adult mind educated, and they also had a political agenda. They didn't want them to be educated by anybody, but them who would help them understand the role of contributing to society, and and for building a stronger society for building a stronger democracy. Who ended up taking advantage of this? Well, the they were a lot of them are women a lot of them. And and they were very happy to have women. They were working people. They were trying to reach working people the courses were offered in the late afternoon early evening. So that working people could come there. There were also, of course, a lot of people who didn't work, namely, women, married. Women of some means, and they were very happy to receive middle class women upper middle class women as well. But they did have a range of people. I think they expected people to forty been educated the continuing education of the educated therefore college educated people, but you will welcome without a college degree. Anybody was welcome. And then they had two kinds of courses there lecture courses, and then their courses that you really had to have some background for the seminars where you get to work with the faculty on a much one on one basis, but still with no greats. Now, what we jumped over was by the time Johnson takes over in the early twenties. They gave up on just being a school of social research and moved into the arts. And in moved also into psychoanalysis, virtually every major psychologist and psychoanalyst all the feuding schools were teaching at the new school in the twenties and early thirties. Which was a very exciting. Oh point. Can you imagine? Yeah. And yeah, I will I can't really imagine. Apparently, it was quite complicated. And Alvin Johnson's associate Claire Clara mayor who was a Barnard graduate and a woman of means from the German Jewish community. She proudly said that when she mentioned to a psychiatrist friend of hers that they had all these various different people coming. The man said, it's a very good thing. Johnson himself is not a psychiatrist because he would never have done this. It's very funny. Do the free lenders my guest the name of the book is a light and dark times the new school for social research. And it's university in exile. Let's talk about the university in exile Johnson at a visiting Germany in one thousand nine hundred thirty two what brought him there. First of all Johnson working with a professor from Columbia University by the name of Edwin Seligman, a great economist there had been editing. The encyclopedia for the social sciences a massive fifteen volume effort that they began in nineteen twenty seven. And it was an international project bringing in a lot of scholars from from Germany, particularly, but not only from Germany, and so he went over nineteen thirty two to speak to some of the people who were writing for the for his encyclopedia, and I repeat fifteen volumes. He had a lot of head a lot of pages to fill. So that's what brought him there. But it was accomplished. It was the summer of thirty two. And when did he have a vision for this university in exile? And what was the well? A he didn't have what when did he have the vision? Well, first of all, he gets just Justice. Hitler is beginning to rise very dramatically in the in the legislature. He has a lot his party has a lot of votes is becoming a very powerful figure though. Very few people many historians claim we're paying very much attention yet in one thousand nine hundred thirty two and that summer Johnson himself wasn't persuaded. But he wanted to understand what was going on. And he spoke to one of the people who is writing for the. The encyclopedia. I an Austrian. As an Austrian economists by the name of a Bill later and later warned him that this was really a very dangerous moment and then Hitler himself becomes chancellor in nineteen thirty three January thirtieth. He is named chancellor of. Germany and things go very very rapidly from that point on. So let's just very quickly go through that on January. He becomes January thirty th he becomes chancellor on February twenty seven th there is the fire and the famous fire in the rice, John and they've passed an act the the Reichstag fire act, which prevents communists from being able to participate in politics anymore. They had blamed the fire on the communists by March. Twenty third. Hitler had persuaded the legislature to make him. Dictator the enabling so-called enabling act in March twenty third..

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The Nicole Sandler Show

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"new republic" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"You wrote a piece very prescient piece for the new Republic last week, titled if Trump fires molar, you got the election predictions, pretty spot on the Democrats will control the House Republicans picked up a couple of Senate seats, but after floating the possibility to have to interrupt there. We you know, once we finish the recounts in Florida in Arizona spot on. Right. I told you very prescient pos-. So after floating the possibility that Trump could fire Muller, the next scenario is that Trump could convince Jeff Sessions to resign, which I guess is what he did by Jeff Sessions starting his resignation letter by saying, you know, per your request. But I thought it was. Can attack you there? I think that Democrats in the house a with Dianne Feinstein, but particularly would all important House Judiciary committee. I think they have questions about whether what happened counts as firing or resignation of Gordon that's actually important because we assume and this has not been communicated publicly, but we assume that Whitaker was appointed unto vacancies reform act, and you can appoint a senior, and he qualifies a senior DOJ official who's been there for ninety days, even if he's not confirmed. Okay. Even if he hasn't been Senate confirmed, and he can serve in that capacity for two hundred ten days. Okay. If if the person you're replacing. Resigned. Right. But if you fired then then you can only replace the person with the Senate confirmed person. So he could put someone else from his cabinet in their who'd already been confirmed by the Senate, but Whitaker's not been confirmed for a position at DOJ. Right. So he'd have to move over somebody like Steve Bradbury who used to be all head and is now general counsel for department of transportation or he's also talked about. Health and human services remotely Cesar. So either of those have been floated and could do the work, but they may not be as reliable hatchet men as seems like he will be right. And actually if they went through the the line of succession, it would have been rod Rosenstein, he was he's the deputy attorney general by definition. That's the person who steps hoping takes the attorney general job when he leaves Trump jumped over him. Do we have any hints about rod Rosenstein 's future? No. And it's interesting because he kind of floated that he might be resigning in the next forty eight hours. Oh god. We'll see whether say say Miller says okay, I want to indict Roger stone tomorrow and Whitaker says no then I could see Rosenstein resigning and bringing bunch of people with him, right or or something like that. He may even say again, there are two reasons Witter should recuse. According to DOJ guidelines, the first is that he made all of these comments saying not only saying that the molar pro was improper. But also saying oh, sure it was okay. For dungeon, your take that meeting with a bunch of of Russians to accept the dirt on Hillary Clinton. Everyone would do that. Right. So he's already, oh, you know, he came into this probe with preconceptions about how should go, and that's improper. But the other reason is that he served in two thousand fourteen as the campaign manager for a guy named Sam Clovis. Right and Clovis was in charge of he was actually in charge of the let's make policy more friendly to Russia. He's the guy who hired Carter page, and he he testified before the grand jury. So he is a key witness in this investigation and DOJ guidelines are very specific about if you've got political ties to somebody like that. To recuse. Why session that's needed to recuse? No, right. He should be going through that kind of consulting right now. But the question is what happens. If Muller has a big decision to make tomorrow again. The Roger stone indictment. Right. That's a good question. You know, there's a question as to what Trump currently has access to in terms of the investigation. We know that Muller's office is is mom that there aren't leaks coming outta Muller's office..

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"new republic" Discussed on Slate's If Then

Slate's If Then

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"new republic" Discussed on Slate's If Then

"So before we interview our guest today, Margaret Sullivan, the media columnist for the Washington Post, I want to take a moment to go through some recent history of the tech industry putting its cash into buying media properties this. There's been quite a bit of this in recent years, right? I mean famously Chris Hughes co, founder of Facebook bought the magazine, the new Republic, twenty twelve and then sold it for years later after that didn't go very well. Yeah, he bought it for something like two million dollars and invested something like twenty million in it. And slate actually was probably one of the first publications launched with the help from big tech. Started as an online magazine project of Microsoft in nineteen ninety six. But to go through the history there was used as you said and then twenty thirteen Jeff Bezos came into soup up the Washington Post for two hundred and fifty million and two thousand fourteen. We had peer Miyar who bankrolled the founding of the intercept with Glenn Greenwald and Jeremy Scahill and Betsy read than last year. Lorraine Powell jobs, the widow of the late apple CEO and co, founder Steve Jobs, bought a majority stake in the Atlantic which is now in a hiring spree. It seems and now we have Benny off time. And that brings us to our next guest Margaret Sullivan of the Washington Post before joining the post. She was as many of you may know the New York Times public editor, one of the greatest of the New York Times public editor's in my opinion before that she was chief of the buffalo news. She also has taught in the graduate school of journalism at Columbia University and the City University of New York. And she joins us now from slate studios in Brooklyn, Margaret. Sullivan, welcome to them. Thank you very much..

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"new republic" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"new republic" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"Sort of a an all encompassing thing david dan people can check out that monopoly piece in the new republic they can check out the banks piece in the intercept if they want to the key for david dan i say this every time folks the key if you want your david day and fix is go to david dan dot tumbler dot com that is the that's the inside dope that's that's one of the bonuses you get by listening to this show you find out where to get the real david day and stuff david thank you so much for your time today really appreciate all right thanks bye all right folks i'm not kidding about that tumbler site that's like it what we sometimes we'll just go there and just watch like you know you like literally it's like it's like you can watch the grass grow but you can actually see it growing you see this guy just fill up the tumbler page of like always written another longform pace oh another one i've been looking at this for thirty minutes i just seen in post three things that are three different publications folks reminder support this program join the majority report dot com just a couple of bucks a week keeps this free show going and as way of saying thank you we give you a member show virtually every day also today is wednesday which means that if i'm not mistaken yesterday was tuesday if memory serves yesterday on the michael brown show you had hartson who's running for senate in california against die fi and i guess kevin did leone would be the biggest competitors that she has actually get some nazis polling pretty willard and of course the nazi and kisses case literally deporting jews is one of the main campaign he's a republican though right.

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"new republic" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"new republic" Discussed on No Agenda

"President and publisher of the new republic kevin spacey kurt webster publicist for music business uh route wool boccanegra california state assemblyman mark helprin we know him from nbc news rick naushera director cbs's diversity showcase that's a good one demand'more irony the sexual harassment including inappropriate comments to performers he resigned and loose along with whereas enes usoc could be anything uh night landis mun publisher of the art form the classics man is really the hour on your own supply well where's the opportunity to do that arrested as well dan baby let me see your your art sexual harassment of at least nine women including groping he resigned and his response i fully recognize i have tested i've tested certain boundaries which i am working hard to correct steve juve it soon that's the vc guy who jurvetson steve jurvetson steve dzerve it's in here cofounder of venture capital firm a board member tests actually hilarious near leon leeson where did jurvetson do sexual misconduct is also says the two resigned from the firm taking leave of absence from all boards he's on and his response was let me be perfectly clear no such allegations are true nice performer the way to quit everything right leon because well you know it is corporate life can't have this they they they don't want to risk a boycott or anything so now here is your right is ranked location is enough leon diesel tier editor of the new republic terry richardson fashion photographer john bescht chief executive of the best restaurant group another one of these restaurant guys lachert steal at an editorial director vox media robert scoble tech blogger cofounder of the transformation group cliff height senator from ohio chris savino creator.

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"new republic" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"new republic" Discussed on No Agenda

"President and publisher of the new republic kevin spacey kurt webster publicist for music business uh route wool boccanegra california state assemblyman mark helprin we know him from nbc news rick naushera director cbs's diversity showcase that's a good one demand'more irony the sexual harassment including inappropriate comments to performers he resigned and loose along with whereas enes usoc could be anything uh night landis mun publisher of the art form the classics man is really the hour on your own supply well where's the opportunity to do that arrested as well dan baby let me see your your art sexual harassment of at least nine women including groping he resigned and his response i fully recognize i have tested i've tested certain boundaries which i am working hard to correct steve juve it soon that's the vc guy who jurvetson steve jurvetson steve dzerve it's in here cofounder of venture capital firm a board member tests actually hilarious near leon leeson where did jurvetson do sexual misconduct is also says the two resigned from the firm taking leave of absence from all boards he's on and his response was let me be perfectly clear no such allegations are true nice performer the way to quit everything right leon because well you know it is corporate life can't have this they they they don't want to risk a boycott or anything so now here is your right is ranked location is enough leon diesel tier editor of the new republic terry richardson fashion photographer john bescht chief executive of the best restaurant group another one of these restaurant guys lachert steal at an editorial director vox media robert scoble tech blogger cofounder of the transformation group cliff height senator from ohio chris savino creator.

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"new republic" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:33 min | 4 years ago

"new republic" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"Um they get intimidated by when i tell them we have so many bosses here i call up and i say my bosses are going to get mad at you you can become a member a joined the majority report dot com also just coffee doc coop fairtrade coffee tea or chocolate used the coupon code majority get ten percent off hate now's the time to go get your christmas gifts and hopefully hopefully we'll get the website up shortly and we will have a more comprehensive list of our um of our sponsors but di so you can go in a shop at those places if you're in the market for those things get some discounts also if you purchase a your staff through any of the major online retailers majority report kickback dot com always nice place visit for our affiliate links and dumped get tomorrow night the tiem bs who's gonna be on tomorrow night dina than make woods and surgeons of the new republic benguet's sara jones in the republic all right folks see not fun at six four sixty five seven thirty nine twenty is the number a message his two the and that day luke maye and mm ooh and in a two no no oh god no.

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"new republic" Discussed on Bald Movies

Bald Movies

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"new republic" Discussed on Bald Movies

"I mean yeah like that you're saying then that he walks so what should we amended unwilling uninformed noble sacrifice of their entire planet and species to save the galaxy which would be if i were here at eight a gator statues on every other plan they should there should statue of an eu walk and every planet in the new republic and i think if you said hey you're doing something to help the helped destroyed the weapon to blows up other planets they probably be cool with it okay do you wanna fight about the the abs stuff are we gonna fight about it you actually like the new song that's a long pause for our panel yesterday i'm developing tension people are hanging on my response i think i like what they were trying to do so if you if you see this as one continuous 'trial this one continuous movie prequel or this movies thing collection technology whatever sexology sounds dirty if you if you think of this as one big unit it's kinda cool to see this that the the come alec after you've watch all six of these movies and you've been to all these locations to like you've you've been the chorus on zoom out and see like the effect that this hat on the entire galaxy the fact that the average the dead yet and that the empire has fallen and there's are open rebel like a whole i all the galaxies now the rebel alliance in her finally deposing all that it's kinda sweet.

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"new republic" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

FiveThirtyEight Politics

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"new republic" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

"Hello and welcome to the 530 politics podcast i'm claire malone senior politics writer and we're coming to you today with a special episode devoted to something that's been dominating the new cycle in recent weeks the deluge of reports the powerful men in entertainment and media have been accused of cereal sexual harassment assault and a couple of those men have been a part of the political media in some way or another mark helprin who faces allegations of harassment when he went to abc news leon with salty air the culture editor of the new republic and michael arrest guests the head of npr's news operation and of course there are also the more longstanding though no less worth discussing allegations against rodger ales and bill o'reilly while they were at fox news and be seen also reports from current and former members of congress female members of congress complaining about harassment by their colleagues so it's sort of a widespread thing in the political world and all distraught the sinn here a new poll conducted by nbc and the wall street journal showed that forty percent of currently employed women in the united states say they've experienced an unwelcome sexual advance or verbal or physical harassment work so there's a lot to talk about here joining me for this discussion is nate silver editor in chief of fivethirtyeight eclair nice tip nice to have you here nice to have you as our host yeah it's a whole different it's a whole different seat literally you guys we also have a couple of special guest this week the first is melinda aaron's who is a former senior producer at abc news she was there for twelve years i'm linda welcome i thanks for having me and gillian thomas a senior staff attorney for the aclu women's rights project.

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"new republic" Discussed on Inc. Uncensored

Inc. Uncensored

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"new republic" Discussed on Inc. Uncensored

"Felt good guy i guess i don't know him and he's got a book coming out called world without mind the existential threat of big tech what could that be about i wonder what it could be of that it's interesting topic and its worthy of digging into but the excerpt in the atlantic is quite frankly quite odd and it takes franklins experience as editor of the new republic which is a magazine mother not a lot of people know this because its circulation is around 50000 didn't one of the face but cofounders by the new republic yes it's funny you mention that because that maybe what we're going to be talking about joanne and sarah read the article house would for english trying to do in this piece is make what happened to the new republic under the ownership of chris hughes the facebook billionaire a kind of stand in for this the problem is if i can beat frank that the logic is just so plainly fucked because it starts from the assumption like really early on in the peace he's writing um for years this franklin my colleagues and had sputtered our way through the internet era drifting from one ownership group to the next each eager to save the magazine and its historic mission as the intellectual oregon for hardnosed liberalism so the audience for that is around eight or nine people i assume so he actually identified the problem there which is that the new republic is a worthy publication without any kind of business model with useful for ads people are going to pay for it got a joke about it but it makes up for it in the self regard exactly yes and so when anything happens to it all the new republic riders getting un cry and and threaten to resign and it's like it did that there's a story as i can bat signal that goes ethnic and has the confidence iit mario her white van who well so this article is enormously frustrating because you know that there is there is a camera julie had it out yeah i mean he he his his argument let's before we.

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"new republic" Discussed on So That Happened

So That Happened

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"new republic" Discussed on So That Happened

"A entitled medicare for all isn't the solution for universal health care um i don't want to speak for the author but i think that that headline actually does not capture how nuanced an interesting an exploration this is of the distance between if you will and slogans about single payer and actually devising a workable policy that could at some point the radically be put in place the united states an shortly after that other was a similar peace in the new republic by cleo chang called where are the single payer walks kind of on the same theme um and again i i i think anybody who is interested in these subjects should read these uh and and try and figure out whether you can answer the question that the those authors say or not answered yet what i've done to do better than that is bringing someone who knows what she's talking about when it comes to the american healthcare system um in sarah colin so i want wanna start out with this um just it in a very fundamental way you know especially for anybody who really doesn't really know that much about this when people say single payer or medicare for all or socialized medicine fundamentally water are they talking about and how does it differ from the way we provide healthcare coverage and it actual medical care here in the united states well they're really a lot of different approaches to single payer socalled single payer systems internationally army take the uk for example who has a public which has a publiclyfinanced healthcare system where you have health insurance coverage at beiber to just be and resident of the of the country um other countries unlike the netherlands for example have taken have national health insurance systems on where they're actually use a private health insurance.

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"new republic" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:17 min | 4 years ago

"new republic" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Why should we hope that against the into their human beings and many of them are extremely talented human beings so we should be open to everybody and from the american civil liberties union on thursday james e six said the lgbt community feels targeted here he was the after the trump tweet backing community feels a very much under attack in under siege by this administration in a very real sense it's the administration's anti lgbt day we're gonna look at what's going on with the attitude that this administration on this front joining me now from province town massachusetts is andrew sullivan political commentator writer at large for new york magazine former editor of the new republic author of the conservative soul and virtually normal andrew in walk into one point i come back to having me what do you think is happening here between the department of justice and its friend of the court brief last week saying no sexual orientation is not covered in civil rights act the president with his tweet sam brownback being named to an international position on religious freedom he's been very openly opposed to gay marriage among other gay rights what are you see going on andrew i wish i could eat something very coherent good i played i don't i think pete transgender ban hain could be a response by trump to the possibility that he's spending bill would not get through the congress without he removal from it all the budget for spending on pilot medical care for for transgender troops and impulsively just declared by twitter that that for wall transgender troops should be banned in any capacity which would follow more in fact that any body on the religious right with even asking for v philosophy the bombing case it's really foul weather sexual orientation is protected under sex discrimination uh who which is a complicated issue i wouldn't put too much emphasis on his ask for everything else i mean i think.

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"new republic" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:56 min | 4 years ago

"new republic" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"We we talk about uh no not at the moment when we talk about healthcare but right now get a quick break when a talk to matt stoler on his piece in the new republic the return of monopoly we'll be right back we are back sam cedar on the majority report on the phone matt stoler author of the man hey how are you thank you so much for joining us thank you i was just gonna say your piece in the new republic the return of monopoly and asking whether or not why should give the i guess i should give the entire its return a monopoly with the uh the the subtitles with amazon on the rise and a business tycoon in the white house can a new generation of democrats returned the party to its trust busting routes and over the past couple of months we've had a couple of people on to talk about a things like antitrust and monopoly we've spoken to barry lynn and to a case bill rahman and use it that the size of a lot of what the these guys have been talking about but i want to uh i i wanted to start with with amazon which uh you gave some shocking stats about this prime day prime sales day and it really just gives a sense of just how large amazon is and we've seen this also with with google on facebook we spoke to a tap when on a couple of weeks ago but just go over some of these numbers because they're staunching.

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"new republic" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:46 min | 4 years ago

"new republic" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"You are listening to of three version of majority report with sand feeder to support the show and get another fifteen minutes daily program good jordi dot s m please draw ready with she is mongers july seven to two thousand seventeen my name sam cedar this is the fourtime award winning majority report we are broadcasting live steps from the industrially ravaged go honest canal in the heartland of america downtown brooklyn usa on the program today craig anger on his piece in the new republic trump's russian laundromat also on the program today john mccain hill and trumpcare on life support as the c b o delays it's scoring based on the delayed procedural vote also on the program trump supporters shrink and harden he's got the lowest approval rating in seventy years at thirty six percent is that right oh maybe at this time at the meanwhile trump shocks up a v you're gonna get so sick of winning folks he's killed more civilians in his first hundred in seventy five days than obama did in his eight years and the trump administration waiting on a hawaiian judge who has effectively limited his muslim travel ban and lastly trump gets credit for not stopping a high school robotic team from afghanistan from attending a robotics competition all that and more on today's majority report ladies and gentleman yeah i made it so there's a little bit of vaw more of the same quality that we have ongoing at this point right it's a two stories.

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