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It's Total Bedlam in Front of the Supreme Court...

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:25 min | Last week

It's Total Bedlam in Front of the Supreme Court...

"Its total bedlam in front of the Supreme Court. It's not. Anything that is violent, I pray it remains that way. The people are using very charged language. In fact, let me read one of the tweets of somebody outside of the Supreme Court right now. One of the speakers with a megaphone also called for an uprising similar for the one in 2020 in the wake of George Floyd's death, any sort of mainstream media sympathy that these activists might be getting. I think is going to shatter as soon as they continue to use language like this. But from a legal analysis, we have the great Josh hammer, newsweek opinion, editor, and a constitutional expert to just walk us through what exactly this means. Josh, welcome back to the program. Tell our audience, does this outlaw abortion or does this send it back to the states? Tell us specifically what is in this opinion. So Charlie, first of all, great to be with you on such a great day for the constitution and great day for the country, really a great day for the human species for the very simple reason that we will have more unborn innocent human beings will actually be able to live as human beings. So it's a remarkable day for the country and on daylight they have Charlie. I think young pro lifers like you and I just have to have a debt of gratitude honestly to the past 50 years of pro life activists who got us. That's such a good point. Sorry to interrupt. You're exactly right. It's been a lot of prayer warriors and activists and grassroots folks and a lot of Jewish organizations, a lot of pro life organization, not a Catholic organization, it's great point,

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How Inflation Is Hitting the 'Latinx' Community Particularly Hard

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:01 min | Last month

How Inflation Is Hitting the 'Latinx' Community Particularly Hard

"As an article in newsweek, on in an ominous sign for Democrats, polls says inflation is the top issue for Latinos. Now, inflation is top issue for everybody. But the point of the survey is that inflation falls more heavily on the middle and the lower middle class and that's where the Latino, the LatinX community is concentrated. And so these are people who feel the brunt of inflation really keenly. Because, I mean, think about it. You have 8 or 9% erosion of your purchasing power. And not to mention just giant spikes and the kind of thing. I mean, think of it if you're a guy who works construction or you're a guy who is in a gardening business. All of this requires you to drive around and spending 75 80, a hundred bucks to fill your truck or car. Not good

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Dr. Keith Rose Describes the 'Pfizer Docs'

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:03 min | Last month

Dr. Keith Rose Describes the 'Pfizer Docs'

"Doctor Keith rose, welcome back to the Charlie Kirk show. Thanks, Andrew. Yeah. Honored to have you as always my friend. You are a wealth of knowledge. You have been privately you and I have been chatting a lot about, let's just call it the Pfizer docs, all right? It was trending on Twitter as soon as that happened. You know, if you just Google Pfizer docs right now, all you will see is about 15 articles from Reuters, AP, newsweek, fact checking some of what they call the rumors on social media and conservative messaging boards. I think this is a really fascinating conversation. So I'm going to say like this, doctor rose. I don't know how to interpret all of this data. I'll be really honest. But we have pulled here on the show a lot of very interesting screen grabs, okay? So if the people have been pulling, they've been analyzing it this way and that. And I think it's completely fair game to talk about the Pfizer dogs. Now, for people who are uninitiated, doctor rose, tell us what the Pfizer docs are and how this became a news story to begin with. Well, my understanding is that Pfizer wanted the documents that are now in the public domain. Held for 75 years, I believe, is what they requested. And that in and of itself is bizarre. I mean, that's about the equivalent of taking the national security safes and putting it in your museum and locking them up for 5 years. You know, it doesn't make any sense when this kind of information should have been in the public realm. That was yeah, just referring to Obama taking up. Yeah, what was their justification for doing that? There wasn't a justification. And that's, I think that you have to look at things. We have a lot of content, but we also need to view that content and context. And that's what I think the liberals of progressives are very good is they corrupt the context of the content with quote fact

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Josh Hammer on This Week's Unprecedented Events Surrounding SCOTUS

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:19 min | Last month

Josh Hammer on This Week's Unprecedented Events Surrounding SCOTUS

"I have the privilege now of welcoming the next guest to the show. Josh hammer, the opinion editor for newsweek, Josh, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Andrew, good to see you, my Friends. Always a pleasure. I likewise, likewise. You are, in my opinion, one of the most prescient legal minds on the conservative side. I think you're very fair. I think you try and play it very fair, but you write extensively about the constitution, you are very well versed on the Supreme Court. Obviously you're the opinion editor at newsweek, so you have a very powerful platform. From a legal mind such as yours, looking at what's been going on over the past week and really accelerated over the last couple of days over the weekend, trying to paint a picture for the audience listening just how unprecedented this is and just how truly radical it is in your estimation. Yeah, no, Andrew, there's so much to unpack here, obviously. But before we get into the constitution and the Dobbs case and all of that, just any pro life perspective, someone who personally, you know, I cofounded law students for life, the pro life student group back when I was in law school at the University of Chicago. I have marched in sub zero temperatures in Chicago, back when I was in law school there on four life, it is really, really, really terrible that the culmination of now a half century of pro life efforts to speak on behalf of unborn children for the sacredness of all innocent human life has now been sullied by this unprecedented and really just disgusting alinsky eyed at all cost tactics that we are now seeing. And, you know, it's easy to call things unprecedented, but in this particular case, Andrew, they're literally is zero precedent for what we are seeing right now. This kind of thing simply does not happen. The Supreme Court literally can only get by when the justice is the clerks know that their emails are not going to be leaked because if the entire notion of a government of laws and not of men to kind of borrow the famous quip from John Adams back from the 1780s, if that phrase means anything at all, it means that the judicial branch and the Supreme Court in particular can not possibly be swayed or cowed by public mob

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True the Vote Uses Geospacial Tech to Track Ballot Harvester Locations

Mark Levin

00:48 sec | 3 months ago

True the Vote Uses Geospacial Tech to Track Ballot Harvester Locations

"Election integrity activists used geospatial technology to track the ballot harvester cell phones to precise locations Catherine eggle bright she's terrific Terrific founder of true the vote Told newsweek in March that her group spent $1 million to obtain the geospatial information from several marketing services In addition she said she'd pay 20,000 to obtain video via open records requests to counties and cities and 5 states where it appeared Trump was winning until mail in and drop box ballots were counted Georgia Arizona Wisconsin Michigan and Pennsylvania New York slimes Washington compost and all the rest of you This is how you do investigative reporting But again you're not interested in that

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The Untold Story of Bio-Labs in Ukraine

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:24 min | 4 months ago

The Untold Story of Bio-Labs in Ukraine

"This is USA Today just a couple of days ago, quote fact check. Fact, false claim of U.S. bio labs in Ukraine tied to Russian disinformation campaign. China pushes conspiracy theory about U.S. biolabs in Ukraine. Newsweek, U.S. biological weapons in Russia separating the fact from fiction. Business Insider, debunked conspiracy theory about U.S. bioweapons laboratories in Ukraine, fact check why you crush Russia claims U.S. biolabs in Ukraine don't hold up. PolitiFact totally false. Russia is targeting U.S. biological weapons in Ukrainian invasion. Okay. So I could go through that into great detail. But I do want to play a cut here from yesterday that has kind of prompted all this and then we're going to bring our expert guests to help us navigate it. So Victoria Nuland, who's the undersecretary for political affairs, was asked a question of Marco Rubio. And I think Marco Rubio was asking her this question to kind of debunk this and get this over with. But in fact, the exact opposite happened. Play cut 66. Well, I only have a minute left. Let me ask you. Does Ukraine have chemical or biological weapons? Ukraine has biological research facilities. Which, in fact, we are now quite concerned Russian troops Russian forces may be seeking to gain control of so we are working with the Ukrainians on how they can prevent any of those research materials from falling into the hands of Russian forces should they approach. I'm sure you're aware that the Russian propaganda groups are already putting out there, all kinds of information about how they've uncovered a plot by the Ukrainians to release biological weapons in the country and with NATO's coordination. If there is a biological or chemical weapon incident or attack inside of Ukraine, is there any doubt in your mind that 100% it would be the Russians that would be behind it? There is no doubt in my mind, senator, and it is classic Russian technique to blame on the other guy, what they're planning to do themselves. So there is Victoria Nuland, basically admitting that there are biological research facilities in Ukraine and Russians want to get their hands on them. Was the U.S. funding these facilities if so who was behind it and what type of research was

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WHO and WHAT Is Standing in the Way of Peace in Ukraine?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:50 min | 4 months ago

WHO and WHAT Is Standing in the Way of Peace in Ukraine?

"From newsweek dot com it says Ukrainian nationalist volunteers committing ISIS style war crimes is back from 2014. Cutting heads off and decapitating people. Now NBC News says that Putin is using false Nazi narrative justify Russian attack on Ukraine. Let's put that aside. I'm not here to say if Putin is right or wrong in that particular instance. What I am saying though is that when PBS can't went and went to Ukraine, they interviewed someone from this region, America's public broadcasting service published and promoted an interview with a renowned neo Nazi Ukrainian mayor. Without disclosing its politicians allegiance to World War II German leader Adolf Hitler and Ukraine's own Nazi sympathizer Stepan bandera. This is PBS that aired this. The interview comes just days after PBS published an article downplaying the links between neo Nazi politicians and the Ukrainian current political situation. On Thursday, March 4th, PBS hosted mayor Artem, some of top, and the country's northeast region. I'm reading from national pulse dot com. He says quote, my weapon is American and I feel like our occupiers will be pleased that we are killing them with American weapons. Now, it is not an exaggeration that these are legitimate Nazis. In fact, the PBS interview summit posed with a bandera portrait behind him. Albeit blurred out by PBS and their attempts to obscure their work with Ukrainian neo Nazis. Now we warned against this the very same people that have told us to get involved and support some of these Ukrainian groups are the same people that told us that we had a support the Syrian rebel rebels and the Syrian rebels ended up being friends with ISIS.

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Media Goes Wild, Saying Jan. 6 Committee Alleges Charges Against Trump

Mark Levin

01:56 min | 4 months ago

Media Goes Wild, Saying Jan. 6 Committee Alleges Charges Against Trump

"We have we have this committee now This January 6th committee operating in secret subpoenaing people conducting depositions in secret Making public that which it chooses to cherry pick and leak New York Times headline January 6th committee lays out potential criminal charges against Trump I want you to think about this Does this sound like Putin CNN Trump and right-wing lawyer were part of criminal conspiracy to overturn 2020 election New York Times isn't done Panels suggest Trump knew he lost the election iron criminal case NBC News January 6th panel argues Trump was involved in criminal conspiracy to overturn election Politico January 6th committee says Trump violated multiple laws and effort to overturn election ABC News January 6th committee evidence Trump engaged in criminal conspiracy may have broken laws Newsweek Donald Trump could face criminal charges after explosive John eastman emails revealed Washington Post analysis understanding the criminal allegations that January 6th committee is constructing against Trump CNBC U.S. capitol riot panel says Trump may have engaged in a criminal conspiracy Axios January 6th panel ledges Trump may have engaged in criminal conspiracy quote unquote to overturn the election Now ladies and gentlemen this is Nancy Eva Pelosi stretch As I hateful vile evil fascist And I hope that appears everywhere on the Internet It's not the first time I've called her a fascist Certainly won't be the last time

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The Demise of the EastMed Pipeline

The Larry Elder Show

00:59 min | 4 months ago

The Demise of the EastMed Pipeline

"An article that was in newsweek, January of this year. Headline, the demise of the east, med pipeline. Do you know about that? The east mad pipeline was designed to bring natural gas from Israel and Cyprus across Greece to Italy and Bulgaria. At the end of 2020, Congress passed legislation to support the construction of this pipeline and liquefied natural gas terminals. It was supported by the Trump administration. Created the United States eastern Mediterranean energy center, run by the Department of Energy. According to newsweek, when the Biden administration came into office, one of its first official acts, along with canceling the Keystone excel pipeline, was to cancel this.

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Newsweek: Trump Touts 'Great Relationship' With Hispanic Voters as They Sour on Biden

Mark Levin

01:40 min | 5 months ago

Newsweek: Trump Touts 'Great Relationship' With Hispanic Voters as They Sour on Biden

"So it comes as no surprise that I'm looking at newsweek A little while ago a few hours ago And headline Trump touts great relationship with Hispanic voters as they sour on Biden This is from today like I said a couple hours ago Ahead of the 2022 midterm elections Donald Trump is touting his great great relationship It's in quotes of it's in quotes I'm doing it in my in my Trump impression Appearing Thursday on senator Rick Scott's podcast I wonder how Rick Scott does When I look at my podcast rankings I don't see the Rick Scott podcast as I'm just saying But maybe I'll check it out The former president said it's a whole different Republican Party now It's a whole different Republican Party now Because of the support from this demographic Trump's comment comes as president Joe Biden is losing support amongst that particular voting block a recent quinnipiac poll says 28% of Hispanic voters approve of the job that Joe Biden is doing as president And that's down from 13% decrease rather from just a few months ago Going on they're incredible people energetic That's what Trump told Scott They've got they've got tremendous entrepreneurial skill If you look at a small business throughout the country we have a lot of Hispanics They like me and I like them and what can be said Of course right He's talking about the ball they ghettos in so many other entrepreneurial people 'cause that's a big part of the culture And the point here I'm not going to be the whole article But the point is right here 61% of Hispanic voters pulled by quinnipiac said that they disapprove of Biden's job on the

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The Relationship Between Democrats and Blacks: Abuse by Neglect

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:06 min | 5 months ago

The Relationship Between Democrats and Blacks: Abuse by Neglect

"And I want to talk today about the black vote. That's an interesting article by a guy named darville Moro. I don't know this guy, so the article I saw on newsweek and at the end it says the darvi morrow is the CEO of the SFC B radio network co host of the outlaws radio show. But it's a thoughtful article, and it says that, look, blacks have been beholden to the Democratic Party. Every two years every four years the Democrats show up in our communities, he says they scare us into voting for them and not quoting him. And then after we do disappear and leave our communities in exactly the same condition they found them. So Democrats do this. And we know they do it, but interestingly, he says they're black snow. That they do it. He describes a relationship between the Democrats and the blacks as, quote, abuse by neglect. So they're being abused. They're harvested for their votes. And then they're neglected. And so says mister morrow, there is quote a historic precedent for a realignment. He points to the earlier realignment, blacks used to be, of course, in the 19th century, and early 20th century Republicans, then they began to move over to the Democratic Party really starting, not in the 60s, but with FDR, and then that trend accelerated in the 1960s and certainly for the past half century blacks have been loyal Democrats, Republicans have been lucky to get ten or even ten or 15% of the black vote. But, says morrow, black discontent is now aimed at the left. Black snow, who's been running black communities, not Republicans. So it becomes increasingly abstract and somewhat absurd to conduct this theater in which you invoke the bad Republicans, what bad Republicans, the fact that the bad Republicans who freed the slaves, the bad Republicans who fought against lynching that was being supported by FDR FDR was blocking anti lynching laws. The Republicans who fought against the democratic segregationists who were holding up voting rights legislation. So this is all fiction, but it's a fiction that's been developed in academia, it's promulgated through the media.

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What Have We Learned 1 Year After January 6? Journalist Julie Kelly Tells Us

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:35 min | 6 months ago

What Have We Learned 1 Year After January 6? Journalist Julie Kelly Tells Us

"What else do we know a year later really happened on Capitol Hill? Well, okay, so we do know that there are various FBI informants, and now we know because of this newsweek, bombshell that was published on Monday that there were hundreds of elite FBI special forces. They called them shadowy commandos that were stationed at Quantico starting on January 2nd and third. And then were on capitol grounds early that morning. So who were these FBI commandos? I mean, I've seen all the video in photos. I don't see anybody that says FBI is here. If they had hundreds of these forces, what were they doing? Why weren't they protecting the capitol? Why weren't they protecting lawmakers who felt that their lives were threatened? And so this looks like another set up by Christopher ray's FBI, just like the Whitmer kidnapping plot, which is falling apart for the government as well. And so but what they've done is taken this four hour disturbance. They've blamed Donald Trump for inciting this insurrection. They have now arrested more than 700 Americans most of them charged with low level misdemeanors, but in the process have destroyed their lives, some of them are being sent to prison for class B misdemeanors, basically parading in the capitol. And so to my point in my book, which I give a detailed timeline of exactly what happened at day, but also how this Justice Department, the entire Biden regime Joe Biden himself is weaponizing that four hour disturbance and targeting the political right millions of Americans and launching a domestic war on terror against Americans

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How the Chinese Communist Party Works

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:41 min | 6 months ago

How the Chinese Communist Party Works

"Most of the west learn how Moscow work, not from going to college and taking Stanley Hoffman or Henry Kissinger or anyone else who is talking about how the Soviets worked. And most of what they thought was wrong or they read the long telegram by mister actually turned out to be George cannon early on in the Cold War. No, they weren't Nixon. They weren't studying the briefing papers. They weren't Jimmy Carter who had an inordinate fear of communism. None of that, all those years of the Cold War, that's not how people learn in America. They read time, newsweek, and U.S. news and World Report, and they would routinely report on what was going on or so they thought or some correspondence in Moscow thought. And now people have watched the Americans and they get a view of how sleepers work, which isn't right. That's not how sleepers worked in the United States. They had lots of spies in the 1980s. That was one of my earliest jobs. If you're looking to hear it for the first time, I'm going to give you the quick bio in a second. But after the wall came down in the Soviet Union crumbled, people sort of put their communism studies away, thinking, oh, well, the Chinese are simply evolving to a market capitalism society and we will help them get there and everything will be comfy, hunky Dory in the world. Bill Clinton let them into the world of free trade, we accepted them into the world's institutions. And in fact, they're still letting us. And the country's difficult to understand. It's so big. It's so numerous in the billion people. And so opaque, that very few novelists have dared to try and describe how the country works.

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Prosecutors Have Nothing on Former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu

Mark Levin

01:52 min | 7 months ago

Prosecutors Have Nothing on Former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu

"So fantastic piece by Caroline like Caroline glick is a brilliant person born in America She's an Israeli Author senior columnist Israel hayom But she's writing here an opinion in the American newsweek website She says the corruption trial of former Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the Jerusalem district court has been ongoing for the past two months Things are not going well for the prosecutors Israel's state prosecution submitted a list of 333 witnesses It front loaded its best ones so far 8 have taken a stand and all of them have obliterated the prosecution's case Longtime Israeli juris and former prosecutors attest that this is the worst presentation of evidence they have ever seen They ought to see the car rittenhouse case But nonetheless For the past three years has really attorney general avatar manda built Mandelbrot Manda bullet And it sounds better in real German I don't you know And his colleagues built their case for indicting Netanyahu a long serving successful and popular prime minister By claiming their star witnesses had given them proof that Netanyahu's corrupt and dangerous Though a legal selective leaks from investigation rooms and prime time press conferences the state prosecution insisted that the witnesses had given them incontrovertible evidence that Netanyahu received a bribe in the form of positive coverage from a news website Manga belt claimed that in exchange for the bribe of positive coverage Netanyahu compelled regulators to provide the owner of the website with a sweetheart deal worth hundreds of millions of dollars Well well but over the past two months as one allegedly star witness after another took the stand each rejected manda belts

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Wife of Missing Chinese Official Calls Government a 'Monster,' 'They Eat Their Children' - Newsweek

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 8 months ago

Wife of Missing Chinese Official Calls Government a 'Monster,' 'They Eat Their Children' - Newsweek

"Pressure to address concerns of the safety of a Chinese professional tennis player who has gone missing thanks why went missing school after accusing a former top government official of sexual assaults many abroad have called on China to show how well being the calls come off to Chinese state media pace didn't email in which banks says she's safe and that the assault allegation is untrue Steve Simon the CEO of the women's tennis association said he did not believe paying both the email all believed what was written the W. T. A. S. demanded a full investigation and is prepared

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Marjorie Taylor Greene Visits Jailed Jan. 6 Rioters: 'I'll Never Forget Hearing Their Screams'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:24 min | 8 months ago

Marjorie Taylor Greene Visits Jailed Jan. 6 Rioters: 'I'll Never Forget Hearing Their Screams'

"I saw a story about Marjorie Taylor Greene, the Georgia Republican, who apparently is the along with Louie gohmert from Texas, are the only two members of Congress to visit the inmates arrested in connection to the January 6th insurrection. Now let's see, this is November the 9th 2021. I thought I would pull an article about this from like a hostile media organization. The left leaning organization like newsweek. So here's newsweek dot com. Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene said that the inmates arrested in connection to the January 6th insurrection clapped cheered and cried. When she recently visited them in a Washington D.C. jail. Now to me, this story is so bizarre, how long are they supposed to be incarcerated? How long do you get for putting your feet up on Nancy Pelosi's desk? Or fighting with cops? Let me be clear here. The people who rioted on January 6th were reprehensible and stupid and reckless and wrong. You've never heard me defend the people who broke the law on January 6th. It was a reckless idiotic thing to do. I've never defended them. I've never called them patriots. I've never, I'm sorry. I do not condone the kind of violence that we saw by the hundreds of people who engaged in violence on January 6th. Now, having said that, how long are they supposed to rot in jail? Is due process not afforded these people? Is it that, is that a fair question to ask? Marjorie Taylor Greene and Louis gohmert visited the jail after the jail initially refused her previous requests to visit them. Green claimed that some of the inmates are suffering from a lack of medical care. Indeed, in a series of tweets, congresswoman green said I've never seen human suffering like I witnessed last night. I'll never forget hearing their screams.

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In-N-Out Burger Clashes With San Francisco Over Vaccine Mandate

The Dan Bongino Show

01:45 min | 9 months ago

In-N-Out Burger Clashes With San Francisco Over Vaccine Mandate

"And all of a sudden in Al burger which is awesome by the way excellent is tasting a lot more awesomer And I just made that up That didn't work Here's the story It's from newsweek nonetheless San Francisco In-N-Out burger forced to close After not enforcing vaccination checks Don't get between people and their burgers You want to see a revolution grassroots organic coming tomorrow morning Get between a hungry dude and is In-N-Out burger Here's the quote from an In-N-Out burger This is great great We need more of these people We refuse to become the vaccination vaccination police for any government The In-N-Out burger spokesperson said we fiercely disagree With any government dictate that forces a private company to discriminate against customers who choose to patronize their business This is a clear government overreach Yeah Yes it is to all these other companies in America filled with patriots and liberty lovers Where are you on this We're all gonna take it on the chin a little bit Everybody we're all gonna have to give a little bit Doesn't have to be a pound of flesh Maybe a quarter pound I don't know but we're all gonna have to give something In-N-Out burger standing up I don't know their politics I don't care I know the burgers are damn good But what's gonna happen as these places say we're not doing it and all of a sudden they're dining room shuts down I think that's what I don't think the store shut down but I think the indoor dining room shut down You're gonna see as he's inconveniences pile up that even the most insane of Democrats is going to start to realize that it's their own totalitarian policies that do this It is going to take a

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'Rigged' Author Mollie Hemingway Describes Changes to Election Law

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:21 min | 9 months ago

'Rigged' Author Mollie Hemingway Describes Changes to Election Law

"Again, the book is called rigged, I want to make sure I keep on plugging it how the media big tech and Democrats seized our elections. And so I want to get into kind of the mail in ballot piece of this. You wrote this piece for newsweek. Recently, and I think it's actually an essay from your book if I'm not mistaken, right? I think so yeah. Yeah, you wrote here about how the change in the election laws themselves had a profound difference in actually the outcome. And so talk a little bit about this because here's one of my complaints about how people talk about the election, which you've done a phenomenal job of doing the opposite, which is, people get so focused on a certain thing like machines or routers. This is comprehensive that there was so many different elements of this that all kind of worked in harmony together. Please talk about the mail in ballot, aspect of this. Well, and I dove in in Wisconsin for mail in ballots because I find that state to be so fascinating. Wisconsin's constitution says that everyone has the right to vote. They also have the right not to vote and that mail in or absentee balloting, I think is how they put it is a privilege. So there are different standards by which they judge in person, election day voting and absentee mail in balloting. And first off, before COVID or anything else, Wisconsin has a problem where they're not keeping their list as clean as they should. So people move all the time like a huge percentage of the population is constantly moving. You might have had yourself like 18 different addresses and you register to vote at one, and then you move to the next, but you're still on the old list. And so states are supposed to clean up their lists with some regularity. And Wisconsin had a quarter of a million voter registrations that they were supposed to remove from their list, but they didn't, they actually lost a court battle about whether to do it or not, but they still didn't. And then into this mix is COVID and the clerks of the two most democratic counties in the state say, we have this special provision in Wisconsin where you can register to vote without showing an ID. So usually you have to show an ID, but if you say you're indefinitely confined, then you don't have to show an ID. So they tell people to do it because of COVID. And I think they get another quarter of a million people registering to vote without requiring them without a requirement for showing ID. Some of them may have shown ID, but they're not

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"newsweek" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

06:28 min | 1 year ago

"newsweek" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"In and talk. Live here on the airwaves, the telephone numbers 632836160632836160 mark with you, Nikolas Mom here and Melanie. And we've been talking quite a bit about the comparisons between the capital siege. The BLM protests, you know, just sort of all around that particular topic, but I really do want to move on, and I think there's some important stuff that we've got to get to so peak, Liss Lockdowns. Newsweek says lockdowns aren't doing anything. What lockdowns aren't doing anything. You mean we went through all of this? The suicides, the spousal abuse that renewed addiction. Oh, Oh, here it is. Newsweek Cove ID lockdowns may have no clear benefit versus other voluntary measures. International study shows, okay. So, Yeah. What are these other measures? One would when what it would ask. I guess we're talking masks and standing 6 ft apart. Well, so, uh, before we get into it, what I what I have heard about this is that they compared you know some of the major, you know, us and mentally and all of that to Sweden and South Korea, which, while all of all of the major countries were saying, this must happen. You have to do this. It's imposed from on high, Sweden said. Yeah, We think it's a good idea. You should. You should probably do some social distancing and all of that. And didn't do you it like, Don't say. Put people in jail or France. Social distancing isn't enforced anywhere that I know off right? Like there's some stickers on the floor of the grocery store. But other than that, I mean, you know you don't you can get close to people. I know. I crossed the street in the jogger didn't like it. So he crossed the street. Um, you know some time ago, and I was like This guy strange so that I crossed the street again, and he ran over the other side made a huffing noise who's really kind of amusing. You know, this guy was nowhere near me. But they didn't call the snitch line to call the cops on you. At least 25 ft from must have been an anarchist and in front of me, I guess he didn't want to kill me. I don't know. Very strange. It was all very strange. I've never seen anything like it. But, um, yeah, Go ahead, please. With you all right. A study Evaluating Cove in 19 responses around the world found that mandatory lockdown. Orders early in the pandemic may not provide significantly more benefits to slowing the spread of the disease than other voluntary measures measures such a social distancing or travel reduction. So this one is specifically about the lockdowns. Which I mean the obvious harm s O, I I do think that the masks are harmful. I do think that encouraging people to stay away from each other is is less harmful but still harmful. But the lockdowns air really, really obvious. I mean, if you look at the increase in suicide rate The increase in the other forms of deaths by despair, Thean crease in insanity. I mean, just across the board lots of real problems. I think the worst part of lockdowns was the early sort of Jabber on the Internet about Don't go outside. If you jog, you will put a swap of death behind you 40 yards long, right like that. Is ridiculous. You know, Like what? It whether or not people get together and cubbies in office buildings all around America. That does not concern me in the least. And in fact, I would say that schools do seem like a place where I don't know every other virus and bacteria gets spread around. You know, I get that maybe we wanna have less of this sort of institutionalization of small group primates. I might be for that. But the very idea that anybody missed one single exercise session. Because of The fear that they might infect somebody else. That was nonsense and ludicrous. What we in fact do need is sunlight and exercise right? And anybody who says anything otherwise is out of their mind. Absolutely true. Uh, And just before I go on to this, I want people to keep in mind that there are tens of millions of people who are facing literal starvation throughout the world now because of these international lockdowns Right. It's not happening in the United States. But you know the food pipeline was slowed down because of these, You know the lockdowns and you know all this mandatory stuff and it's the people on the very ends of it. The people who can least afford a change. We couldn't find food in the store, and some of the prices went up significantly. We kind of get it first. Not necessarily the us specifically with the U. S. And I would imagine parts of Europe rich countries get it first, because we're paying more for it. So if we had trouble getting it Yeah, There's a lot of people that had what they call food insecurity. As a direct result, these things it's I don't know how many are in the United States. I'm curious about those sorts of things. But please go on The peer reviewed study was published in the European Journal of Clinical Investigation on January 5th. And analyzed coronavirus case growth in 10 countries in early 2020. Study compared that's January 5th this year, by the way, okay. This study compared cases in England, France, Germany, Iran, Italy, Netherlands, Spain and the U. S. All countries that implemented mandatory lockdown orders and business closures to South Korea and Sweden, which instituted less severe voluntary responses. Named to analyze the effect that less restrictive and more restrictive measures had on changing individual behavior and curbing the transmission of the virus. The researchers used a mathematical model to compare countries that didn't did not enact more restrictive lockdown orders and determined that there was quote no clear, significant beneficial effect of the more restrictive measures on case growth in any country, Unquote Yeah, I, um, first off, I've said over and over again here..

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"Newsweek is apologizing for an op ed that used a false and racist conspiracy theory to question senator Kamilla Harris is citizenship and her eligibility to be Joe Biden's running mate the op ed was written by John Eastman a conservative attorney who argues that the U. S. constitution doesn't grant birthright citizenship in the essay he tries to sow doubt about Kamilla Harris is eligibility based on her parent's immigration status but he spends theory is false while Harris's mother was born in India and her father in Jamaica she was born in Oakland California and is eligible for both the vice presidency and presidency under the constitutional requirements lawyers say the issue is not even considered complex in an editor's note Newsweek says it failed to anticipate how the essay would be interpreted distorted and weaponized he says it's now being used by some as a tool to perpetuate racism and xenophobia despite Newsweek's apology the off head remains online Ben Thomas Washington

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02:09 min | 2 years ago

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"You know the sad thing is it's Newsweek and if you don't know if it's a joke or a serious piece in Newsweek that tells Newsweek as a joke the question is which doesn't really exist anymore trying by Newsweek magazine their online time magazine or online now just a matter for the near Exline matter time in the Washington compost although the Washington compost was bought by the wealthiest man in the face of the planet to those people they have nothing to worry about no wonder why should we open the economy why should we open economy why why should we open economy after where pate we have jobs we sit on our fat **** and we sit at the computer we type and type and type we love trashing the pride you should see how much we get for trashing the president he I think I said it was going to go to the drudge report and I missed a petition I may have to do that after the break because we're getting compelling science and information there he claims to be getting a whole lot of hits and we could obviously we know that's that's why the world exists to get Matt drudge hits on his website but I suspect that hits aren't that great although his new marriage with CNN they suggest yes no no no your snap map maps he's getting hits all over the place so let's take a look and see why he's getting hits all over the place I'm just curious I don't know let's see here let's begin anyway hello here we go top left US desktop forty seven thousand model raises prediction California bans protests on state property Vegas mayor offers open city as control group we've had viruses for years she says big unknowns complicate getting back to normal German shoppers not rushing back in it can survive in the eyes five threats the food supply meat packing plants worse than first thought update NIH treatment guidelines reject trump backed drug combo top vaccine doctor says concern led to Alistair world sick map America sept.

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02:03 min | 2 years ago

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"It'll be fun okay fantastic and be sure to call lift because maybe text will be your driver yeah yes by screaming at their dogs why don't you do more like in the movies are two generation Hey it's a it's a stretch limo so that he can be socially distant because they have a jaunty cap I assume he does it looks like and it looks like a Newsweek op that is what I joined a twenty oh what a culture first count yes and he's waiting out in the parking lot I you did not you did not get out get out and then come back to bite I love you all right have a good one you okay this portion of the show brought to you by what is this what is this something unsolicited right so many unsolicited tweet morning old I can't even I don't know why I even find all of that I thank you for your love we got our the clean phone and the Clinton dot com we got ours and we're obsessed and then we realized too how economical this is you gotta work place like this we all use it right we all disinfect disinfect our phone or keys or jewelry in there right yep yeah you we only need one per household and it is it get ninety nine point ninety nine percent of everything icky and this is the same kind of technology they're using right right to decontaminate masks in hospitals which they shouldn't not the whole story they should have to do that but this is the technology they use right I said just yesterday looking at paging through while I'm talking for all of the testimonials for the clean phone which a really I got one it's fast thank you John that's all you just said it aloud okay fine yes past and it just it it tells you when it's starting is tell you when it's done and it yeah okay people are going crazy over this because right we we've needed this for years your phones the dirty some worry clean freaks now in the fall you're carrying your phone everywhere and you shouldn't be getting it whether using wipes hello it's fantastic I noticed that we learned yesterday from a doctor that they're hoping that this either curve starts to bend a little bit because it's not a heat.

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12:57 min | 2 years ago

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"Six point five W. D. B. R. reporter for Newsweek who wrote a story before the president landed Afghanistan basically surmising that trump was actually does go off in tweet on thanksgiving so she put up her story she updated it once everyone found out the present was actually in Afghanistan but her original tweet here was land **** by from supporters this was an error by Newsweek to assume that the president was just gonna be golfing on thanksgiving but as a result the Washington examiner has fired this Newsweek reporter it just strikes me that there's a lot of bad faith acting going on over on fox and friends when they when they attacked the in the media I'm not gonna get an error gosh I did I just accidentally in in just a math rock how did this work all my gosh all right so that's the craziest thing I've ever worked for stuff welcome back third hour day lash idealism Twitter official in a lash on Facebook go and watch all three hours stream live my Christmas the set I'm in my favorite Christmas color black so the fact that he says Albert Roussel some some good faith good faith how about if you want to have a discussion about bad faith good faith why don't we have the discussion about the bad faith of just recalling over Newsweek she's a political reporter at least that's how she was identified before she was fired quote covering trump administration family end quote she put she she already shooter everything right now and scheduled it before what happened happened so if you would have a discussion about whose faith is bad how about we discuss that but you're going to immediately say people criticizing this you know I mean is the bad faith here are you serious this is every right to be credited every right to be criticized in fact the Brian Stelter can only bring himself to say well you know they made a mistake that this wasn't just a mistake this wasn't just an accidental mistake this wasn't she accident was a romp instead of trump this was she wrote an entire piece an entire story about trump's thanksgiving day plans and they said that all he was going to do with tweet and golf it didn't even mention the fact that he spent thanksgiving in Afghanistan with our troops bringing thanksgiving meals to our soldiers she tweeted out so it wasn't just a mistake this was this was this this is the standard operating procedure she tweeted how was trump spending thanksgiving tweeting golfing and more you mean like I guess the only defense you could have was it's the and more defending giving meals to soldiers in Afghanistan I mean I have a question yes I was pretty important question of all the errors and mistakes that the media is made of the last couple years why hasn't even one of them been in say like favor of trump like wire all of their court of course is a struggle because a bias but the whole thing about this now look Newsweek fired to their credit weird to say that to their credit they fired her as I mean you have all a lot there's a lot worse that happens let's be honest this was just it it's not there's a lot worse that happens but it's smarter and how it's done so that's why this was a dumb mistake your only fired in media for making dumb mistakes see what I mean if you are smart and you purposely carry out journalistic malpractice that's okay but if you're stupid about it well they can't have anyone who's not cleverly body has to sell it they got to get rid of that person she was fired because she was dumb about it not because she was biased so I want to give them credit but at the same time I don that makes sense I feel they should buy no no no she totally was also done because you don't because you don't just right I think you get you kind of you write about things after they happen you don't go I'm gonna make up a story and god loaded in and schedule everything out but they didn't fire her and I I kind of I want to say that the and I mean it's good that they fired her but at the same time there been people who've written bad things are in is it before who you know it's the think there's a difference touristy might my difference the and that media let someone go if they demonstrate bias in a dumb fashion whereas if you are very clever and you don't make a stupid mistake like this then it's acceptable her mistake was that she just wasn't gonna you know like like Brian's doctors here he's just he's trying to blame it on fox and friends because apparently it's fox and friends this fault that this reporter at Newsweek named Jessica kwong decided to write it and then get right before knowing before it ever happened and this is what she said she this is how they Brian Stelter saying you know they corrected it this is how to correct it she screen capture tweet said trump headed to Afghanistan to surprise US troops on thanksgiving deleting this tweet because it was written before knowing about the president's surprise visit to Afghanistan honest mistake story has already been updated as shown in screenshot no you write your story in your tweet first it was an honest mistake you engaged in partisanship you were engaging in journalism you are making your writing fiction and then you were trying to pass it off as news and then you got caught because you didn't do your due diligence at least people who are writing biased pieces would wait till after the may after thanksgiving before writing some crap you know that's the thing I want to give them credit but at the same time I don't want to and not because I'm being mean but because I feel like we were worried the wrong thing she was fired because she was dumb about it she was on fire because if you would've been clever and if she would have written it after and maybe minimized it then it would have been you know what I mean then it wouldn't wouldn't have been as much of an issue but she will pull tweet in the story and everything before but I mean they did fire so well I think they fired their having financial difficulties in to kill you couldn't tell by that took by that by that page the pages that were thinner than air logged in airport toilet paper you can tell pages are ex another card was just went to full digital because nobody wanted to read it nobody can long really afford to print it so I came into this can hear this and little by little tiny little violence you're you're right some reason surprise you great hearing give good hearing a good hearing that wasn't the only medium a practice story though joy Reid had it had to issue a correction after she is a photograph of a white nationalist that CNN had first given time to and put their name on the Chiron advertising it like it was an official position to hold and they posted a correction after using a photo of a neo **** and white supremacists in a story about the navy secretary what do all white people look alike I don't know I mean but she I'm joking for those people who are like I want to be offended by everything it was a it was a story with the about Eddie Gallagher and to try and pin and etcetera etcetera how what how they used to remember how I said that there's only douche bags that are named Richard Spencer so they decided to go with the wrong Richard Spencer how an innocent meet MSNBC do you make that mistake all this is the first Richard Spencer Spencer there comes up on Google we'll use that photo we're not gonna check in now are you sure you're sure that there's no one out there the also probably name their child Richard and or Spencer since both of these names are common not pretty sure this is the only Richard Spencer that had to be the conversation that happened in the production and MSNBC because they ran the flabby sweaty racist neo **** Spencer his wife left him they ran that that dude's photo instead of the actual navy secretary Richard Spencer right how do you make a mistake you just not verify things the navy was that the apple or the banana the navy Richard Spencer would be more popular than the other Richard Spencer so why would they even get it wrong like it doesn't make sense to me I don't know I don't know either it's a great question I don't know where they would get a wrong but they yeah they they use literally the white that the neo **** white supremacist racist they use this figure has put his picture instead of the former secretary the one who was fired by trump and then they had a how do you apologize for that I'm sorry we just didn't verify any bushy hacked again was she hacked she got hacked again that hacker use the wrong picture in addition to writing all of those things about LGBTQ community on her website gosh hackers those crazy hackers tell you what yeah so the London Bridge terrorist attack Usman Khan you realize that his fellow stock exit this guy's like a the terrorists who had a long long record for being a terrorist and this individual six of the London Bridge six of his fellow stock exchange bomb plotters were also freed from prison since twenty twelve this Usman Khan guy the guy who the latest terrorist on London Bridge he was some one of those who was jailed part of an al Qaeda inspired cell and currently they were all just released not like just released but they were simply released a three of the nine were initially handed indefinite prison terms there was a trio that one appeal in twenty thirteen change to fix sentence says and then Kahn was released in December twenty eighteen after serving half of his fixed sentences this is why I mean if you're a terrorist in you're engaged in terrorism and you're caught engaging in terrorism against a country I am just like get him off the planet there you go so there was one of them is still in jail yet I mean they apparently baby terrorists in London I have there's no other way to put it they baby these guys these these monsters and it was a murderous eight minute rampage that took place stay I killed two people put in a twenty five year old his whole future ahead of them and this individual they kept saying one of academics because it was at this prisoner rehabilitation conference and so they had academics and I guess of those who were incarcerated previously and they allowed him he was banned from going to London but they allowed him to come to London and then one of the academic said he just flipped like when now we're back in twenty twelve when he was convicted of terrorism I mean when when when was the and of course he was taken he was held off I go with the fires extinguisher and I kid you not a Polish dude who went and grabbed a nor wall tusk that's pretty impressive normal task and then the guy the terrace ten on a fake a suicide had on a fake suicide last so here's what's crazy them I'm wondering how they're going to handle this ISIS of claim responsibility for it and they have they've they've they've taken responsibility for as you know they would and because this guy's you know terrorist the last time this happened and this was in twenty seventeen there was a man look rosy it has the story daily caller who was famous for fighting off terrorists on the London Bridge and after he healed of his injuries and he was in the hospital and everything he was series injured they forced him to attend British authorities de radicalization classes over and a quote fears he may become extremist in quote after he was stabbed at times wait a learner he was called the light it is known as a line of London Bridge three jihadis ran a van into a crowd of people and I remember because one of the classes from our kids school was literally right down the street when this happened and all the parents or freak out yeah children and it killed seven people they went to the black and blue pub Warner was there drinking with friends and they ran with these knives they were screaming Allah Akhbar children such Randall and Lerner said it was all Islam is on Islam and what Roy learner went up to one of them said blank you on mill wall referring to his favorite soccer team and any fought him off see hooligan hooliganism has some benefits he fought them off with his bare fists and he got serious stab wounds all over his body but a lot of people were able to escape because of him the BBC called me hero Brits Roseanne reported demanded that he be given one of England's highest honors the George cross metal there was a brewery in Sweden that name to beer after him and he's not been added to the terrorist watch list known as Britain's Previn program because they're for afraid that he could become an anti Islamic extremist after he was stabbed by an Islamic extremist I'm not kidding you the sunset quoted him as saying they treat me like I'm a terrorist but I'm gonna be political.

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"newsweek" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"newsweek" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Hullabaloo with Newsweek that was going on there was a reporter who wrote a story about president trump's thanksgiving day plans and she wrote the story in advance and I the headline read initially and this again this was at Newsweek it read how is trump spending thanksgiving tweeting golfing and more that's neat that's wet that's how that is so she's a reporter she said quote journal as she is in fact check that not bless Sir and that published on Thursday morning so thanksgiving morning is when that story went out but that's not actually what he did now because of happening of course is that president trump surprise the troops in Afghanistan very well received bad very well designed and so what happened is that when this happened when this headline came out everybody started retweeting it that there was outrage and rightly so and ultimately what happened is that news we decided to fire Jessica Quang this reporter that was responsible for writing the story good good except that she submitted her story we can advance gave it to her editors are on this last Wednesday and then when she found out that the story had changed and that he had had the visit she alerted the editor on duty and said Hey this happened they fixed her piece after the fact but then it but then they also created a whole other story and then it kind of made her look really dumb right so she ended up having to tweak Chet should to delete the tweet explain why she deleted it said that the story had been updated so she's totally been the fall guy for Newsweek when really it was probably another editor that was responsible for you know put the story out there and go yeah I had with it yeah but but it's interesting how quickly they acted to remove they thought they could blame right yeah probably the kind of that alone should have been the editor well I mean it's or should just be the Newsweek to socks and she sat down the entirely there is also that yeah possibility now there were it not Cheryl Atkinson who if you don't follow her on Twitter you need to follow her she's amazing so she talked about the story because she was saying a lot of fellow journalists and she didn't name them but I'm assuming they included people like who's that guy that looks like a thumb Stelter anyway you call yeah you comment quote journalists and quote yeah I know I don't know that for sure but I'm assuming there were a lot of people like him he's the guy that uses like his high school yearbook picture first quarter profile pic yeah I got one and he's always very very upset by any criticism of journalists is because he considers himself one even though that's laughable so Cheryl Atkinson wrote a few tweets about this and she said I'm pretty surprised to hear journalist justify Newsweek's mistake by saying trump was golfing when he was in Afghanistan as an honest mistake and not an issue because the trip was secret that is why you don't write stories assuming facts and without attribution because this is what they said news because like I'll well what happened was there was a there was new information so I mean how can we be held responsible when there's new information what I don't write a story that says trump is planning on tweeting golfer yeah exactly why why and that's the thing when you're you're saying that he does she read the story like a week in advance or a couple days in advance why would you do that what was the point yeah it's a try to criticize costs and to write fiction right one reason to do that I don't understand this is what they're doing now is they're writing fiction it's not that's not how you're supposed to do it that's not any this works no you report they knew exactly you report the fact we have to say that right you know it's like I was a writer and former life I was a journalist but even I knew that do you think what are they learning in journalism school learning how to journalism yeah they're not learning that she went on to tweet a couple more things she said it's kind of like saying we as journalists can just make up whatever we think is about to happen report it and then when it doesn't happen say well we had every reason to think it might happen so honest mistake exactly this is this is precisely what they're doing is that journalism no it's not she said it may have been less of an issue if she had written we expect trump to golf and tweet or a source says trump will golf and tweet but it was just declared in the headline and in the story as fact you know I just don't write anything until it actually happens no one cares that that what what Newsweek thinks trump is going to do for thanksgiving no one cares yeah and there was no there was no reason to do this except to try to generate some sort of reason for people to yell and criticizing the madness is a truck and this is why people hate the media we have to always talk about this because you also so hard I mean it's this is not a good rule of control yeah are you want to take a quick break to talk about on his mandala Merkel we do that we got talk about Michael Bloomberg.

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"newsweek" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"newsweek" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"A rush of them. on Friday Newsweek magazine and I thought it was dead. doom and gloom article about the economy adding only a hundred thirty thousand jobs in August Newsweek says that the jobs report is making people afraid of a recession. not a back up this crazy claim that recession fears are growing out there news we found a senior economic analyst at Bankrate dot com whatever that is and this guy says that there's no need to worry yeah. he says the economy is expected to keep growing in the months ahead bought bought risks of a recession are heightened let me check what's really heightened the risk that the Democrats will have a thing to run on twenty twenty with the economy going so well we have so much economic growth right now that employers are searching high and low for good people to fill job openings we have more African American and Hispanics working than ever before their unemployment rates are at all time lows we have consumer spending blowing the roof off now if Obama couldn't come up with these economic numbers Newsweek and every other drive by media outlets would have been dancing in the streets even the streets of San Francisco of all the piles of human pope they would dance around. there's liberals are not worried about the risk of a recession they're praying for one because that's the only way they think they can get rid of Donald Trump.

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"newsweek" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"newsweek" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"At this point for Newsweek but soon after for The Washington Post is giving tactical political advice to John Kennedy the John Kennedy any did more than that John Kennedy gave Bradley information about his adversaries they came directly out of the Internal Revenue Service and FBI files there are number of a surrogate's including Pierre Salinger the late Pierre Salinger and John Kennedy dictated at least one occasion but likely more how these news articles would be written so the next time you hear some media mental **** some media dwarf on the show with the morning smile or any of these other job programs you keep in mind that these left wing journalists have been giving advice to Democrats for more than half a century they've been friends with Democrats for more than half a century a hundred years everything they write is infected and a fact did the relationships with leftist some politics everything in turn the continuing attack to fox particularly the primetime lineup particularly their morning show they are the worst kind of hypocrites but then again you knew that didn't you I'll be right back then.

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"newsweek" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:20 min | 3 years ago

"newsweek" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I said well I've already been with post Newsweek CDS and everything like that this is one time you know what you did in graduate school also will start go to graduate school get an advertising message re this is have you thought about coming back and I said well yeah you know I might say well you said we'd like to hire you but you see who's out there in the in the studio innocent yeah the lady you can have a hard time getting that was back in nineteen seventy three you know it was like you know thanks for being hired in seventy three oh what tell me anchors we have the women now and I have nothing against I'm I'm so pleased to see Nora is at CBS I'm I'm glad that they've been able to get the recognition they deserve absolutely she's a marvelous reporter she's been around a long long time she deserves to have that position so I'm real glad and I agree with Matt I want to say I agree with Matt we have got to keep the newspapers going and I mean the Atlanta journal constitution limits the little lamb I understand it's only sixteen pages now I'm gonna I'm gonna ask you a question the later on tonight about the network news we've got to this possibility good but let me know here's here's my question so I'm in Saint Louis and in the dead of winter you know we heat our homes with natural gas yeah what happens during one of these events to our natural resources we we have enough natural gas to keep the furnace is going I'm real worried about the specially the Midwest were with our bread basket and so was doctors to cope she's actually mentioned about in the United States because she sees the huge freezing area called the west okay and so the food growing there may not close later see that's what happened in sixteen fourteen I think it was whatever hundreds of thousands of people died of starvation doing the grants over million back in that each time okay and that's her biggest fear is food on that area up in there and don't do anything like that the growing this season will be cut back in all so it can you imagine freeze in the area and here's something I know a tomorrow night you're going to have somebody talking about them the way a lot and in on whether we're trying to take it over are you aware that has bombers base there already yeah that's one of the things I will talk on farmers space there and he's interested well he's protecting the oil that's one thing you got it do you know what he is a huge huge proponent of this grand so lamentable okay okay I don't you know his master's thesis is your has master's degree you knew that right I knew in the masters but on the whatever he what he did it in full resource way interesting well you know in Russia has a lot itself yes it does you know what you see we we've heard he's done with his underground military bases I'm told that he's turning them into condominium absolutely for his old guard but yeah they're gonna be protected but here's my question though what do you do with service I mean will you be driving the car when it's.

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07:49 min | 3 years ago

"newsweek" Discussed on WTVN

"Block buster Newsweek and I know a lot of what is coming and this is now everything over time and that means in the the next days weeks and months it will all be revealed because there's no stopping it even if well Hannity drops dead tomorrow gets hit by a bus is still coming out because the wheels are in motion for all of this and that we're gonna get into including we have some breaking news today it's actually really important as it relates to the deep state that we will get to arm I know all that it's it's really interesting to watch this battle this conflict between the president and allies your comings and now I'll sharp it as a battle isn't suit here and what it has to do with the tweeting and and a lot of it's rooted in the fact that they've been in many many Congress men and women especially the squad in particular but that have been so critical of the president on the issue of the treatment of people down in these detention centers at the border and one of the big problems is that that happened here is that Democrats refused to give the funding to build out bigger safer better facilities for those that don't respect our laws our sovereignty and enter this country illegally but with that said I mean grip Jenkins over foxholes watching him one morning you know he had an opportunity to go and visit one of the detention centers I've actually been invited and I might go down to some of the myself to show people up close and personal because and then that maybe we need to to at least send somebody doing trip maybe I'll do it to go to Auschwitz and some of the concentration camps and maybe lay out a history for the ignorant people in Congress that obviously have no clue what happened in **** Germany and the death camps because at these facilities as group Jenkins laid out now as we have known well yeah there are soccer fields there is very good food and quality and safety is provided and and shelter and food and water and medicines and blankets and and caught some beds and baby formula and diapers it's all being provided by you we the taxpayers were paying for all of it nobody now well what about the pictures of the kids in cages wanna which pictures you're talking about maybe wasn't the the Obama years because we have those pictures from the Obama years that nobody else in the media wants to show and it even goes back as far as the bush years and the person that has made the biggest effort to stop at all is Donald Trump and course the corrupt media willed noon never quite get there you don't we've been doing something and it's really beginning to to come more into focus every day you know people ask me about well why do you support Donald Trump I set up because he's doing everything I have believed for thirty years to get the country on track and I have stated publicly for thirty years I have my some of my views over thirty years of changed you know I've I've I just feel after Iraq and Afghanistan and Vietnam that I I really am fixated of focused on building the next generation a warfare so we don't ever again have to send our national treasure abroad and put them in a situation that they're going door to door banging on doors you know looking for those making IEDs or those involved in terrorism or some of the leaders that are involved in killing American troops it's got to be a better way to fight a war I think what the president did with isis and that was through intelligence and modern weaponry that has been created these you know isis starts in this city and keep spreading out like a cancer and the president starts one one town after another drives about kills a mall tries amount kills the mall and it was mostly done quietly in it was mostly done from the air and it was done with such a strategical precision you know I'm sure that a lot of people if you know god forbid wherever back in a World War two situation and Harry Truman drops the bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki to this day people debate whether or not that was the right just the moral thing to do and I'm American didn't start that war they killed our family members of Pearl Harbor they started the conflict they started the war and then in the process my father served four years in the Pacific and the so many of your fathers and mothers and grandfathers and grandparents did as well and you know and then we had on the other side across the pond we had American troops slamming the beaches of Normandy because Europe would have been absolutely under **** control had we not Winston Churchill knew it every bear the Roosevelt knew it I think the only regret the United States could have is maybe we got in a little too late we got the job done the price was so heavy American treasure our sons and daughters the gold they put on the uniform they fight you know here's your pulling up on a on a day that was supposed to be cloudy you're slamming the beaches of Normandy all you see before you is you know they have a position up high and it's like literally fish in a barrel killing every kid as they get off the PT boat and I have to run up the beaches of Normandy to help save Europe but they did it what we ask for returned we take over France now just a place that we may bury our dead our treasure there's got to be the next generation so there's got to be no way to think about there's some things you know baby biblically it's always going to be true you will always have the poor among you when I do feel that Americans and America because the most generous place on earth when it comes to sharing the wealth and a lifestyle we have and we share everything we share everything with everybody we have paid the price for freedom for the entire world the cost of the the cost of freedom we accumulate the power we abuse it lasses Barry Farber says we use it to advance the Cuman condition more than anybody else we're never gonna get credit for it you know listening to our allies abroad it gets a little tiring but we now sent a role Lawrence Jones numerous times to San Francisco he's we've sent him to Chicago we sent him to Los Angeles we've been out on the streets of New York City and there is this great phenomenon what what is it the phenomenon is is that yeah now all these places now in the ANC policies district let's start with hers we've been there a few times now with our cameras and a mile away from where is eighty eight Hey there's no facilities there's no showers there's open lawlessness drug dealing drug using no bathroom facilities so people are literally going number one and number two right there on the street and it's a mile away from her well gated community and she's a multi multi multi multi millionaire and everybody else that lives in a gated community Silicon Valley richness well nobody that I can see is pulled up you know look at the situations that we need to fix our own backyard a mile in the other direction as Nancy Pelosi's office in in the middle of a play a little bit of Lawrence Jones talking to the people on the streets a mile in one direction is blows his office a mile in the other direction as rouse listen to this when you've needles and.

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12:41 min | 3 years ago

"newsweek" Discussed on KTRH

"Eight hundred nine four one Sean is our number. If you want to be a part of the program. We'll get to a few calls on a minute. Just a couple of more minutes, two more questions for Bill O'Reilly, and his website, Bill O'Reilly dot com. You know, look, you have spent your entire career in media. And I've had enough, you know, private conversations with you, that I can literally say, when it comes to television audiences ratings. Look, there's a reason you were number one in cable for all those years, by the way, you welcome to take back from me, anytime you want, because you can have all the fire an incoming that I get every day since you left. Thanks a lot. I appreciate. Yeah. Let me take music Hume. Shield. Well, you know what you're doing this, definite benefits and being number two, you know, just go after the top guy, leave me alone. I understand I'm that's why I'm kinda glad I'm out of it now. In my life, I had to deal with it. But what you're saying is that I understand the audience, you understand, is television. Okay do. So here's my question. How do these so-called news networks get away with what turns out to be outright lying for two years, nothing, but a web of conspiracy theories that they've pedaled mostly with anonymous sources hype and hyperventilation any moment? They think they've got this president on the ropes because the management, condones it and at one point thought it was gonna make money off of it. So MSNBC was nothing nothing for teen years. All right. So all of these networks, that say that they are news, and they peddle conspiracy theories lies for two plus years, and then I'm going to second part of the question. But how do they ever recover or do they never recover? They don't recover. It's like time magazine Newsweek magazine Sports Illustrated just got sold once the consumer believes that here he is not getting a fair presentation than most will leave and not by or watch, or whatever it may be the zealots state. So if you're a far left, media concern far left, watch you. So Rachel Maddow, is the best example of this on a hot day where the left thinks they've got a new surround President Trump's neck her ratings go up, but on an ordinary day when that doesn't exist. She doesn't do very well. So it's all her whole constituency is based on. Can we get rid of Donald Trump? That's not the recipe for success term. And the reason that Fox News channel, I can say whatever they want about Fox News channel, but I was one for sixteen consecutive years is because I was perceived to by the way, I'm only number one for three years, and I'm there's no I mean, but, but let me tell you, I have no plans to stay that long to break your record. I'm just telling everybody now. Yeah. Well, I hope you do I really do. I mean, I don't me but longing to play golf. Go ahead. You base your now on facts. Yes. And that is the difference not hatred. Not emotion. Not I wanted a socialist government. You basically see the world the way you see it, everybody knows what that is. But then when you present thing, it's fact based that's the key to success. Bill ninety nine percent of the new. News media in this country went in one direction. You know there have been times in my career and your career as well. Both of us we, we come at something from an entirely different angle. When I vetted Obama, the last two years, we've been on peeling this onion, and with the declassification last week, it's not a matter of if any more America's going to see the FIS applications, America's gonna see the three oh two's, the gang of eight the scope Atari evidence, it's all coming, but here's here's my big problem. And I want to want you really dig into this. Now, if these people on the left in the media, Democrats, if they cared about, let's say, obstruction of Justice, how did they all ignore Hillary's behavior an underlying crime the espionage act. And then when she deletes thirty three thousand superiority. Emails bleach pit hammers and sim cards removed, if they care about Russian interference. How do you ignore the dirty dossier? Even the New York Times suggesting that Christopher Steele, put this together paid by Hillary that it was Russian disinformation. But then it's used in a FIS award application spy on the opposition party candidate to influence an election and also spreading it out to media members of it would impact the twenty sixteen election. How do you know how do you say, I'm a believer when you talk about Justice cavenaugh in high school. But there's no I believe, IRS when it comes to the Lieutenant governor of the Commonwealth Virginia who is has credible allegations of rape in violence, sexual assault, not you don't hear peep out of them. Where is some desire in here to get to the truth, rather than just being a total hack? For a Democratic Party, socialist agenda. Let's do not seek the truth. If you are political zealot and you could be one on the right as well as the left, you are not interested in what really happens or what's fair or what's good for the entire country. The only thing you are interested in is imposing your view of the world on everybody else. So that's the answer to your question. If you not a rational person, you're not sitting down and examining evidence. No, you want socialism. So anyone who doesn't you're going to try to destroy them? You don't care how because the end justifies the means and that unfortunately, is taken root in about twenty twenty five percent of the American population. That's pretty scary. You know, at the end of the day in the reason, for example, what do I do for a living? I if somebody asked me, I'll say, I'm a talk show host while you're not a journalist, no talk show host. You're not a well maybe you're of an opinion journalist. I said, yeah. That's part of being a talk show host Bill, I can produce as you can hundreds of hours of straight reporting. Whatever it may be a war. God forbid or maybe a natural disaster. And there's no. Oh opinion, we've done investigative work, the last two years on the deep state, or vetting Obama, two examples, we give opinion but we're honest about the opinions of why I am a conservative because conservatism works. I e the economy under Trump after tax cuts, and ending burdensome regulation. We also talk sports and culture and everything in between. In other words, I've you what I do is the entire newspaper. They're supposed to be objective. They're not. Can you think of anybody on cable today that you would say? Meaning a host em- primetime that is objective. I think Britt, Hume is pretty fair. Well, I don't show any more. And I think a guy like that, who you wanna put up. He's a thinker leans a little bit conservative, but doesn't allow doesn't let that influences of rep what ties, but there are very few of them because they take orders Hannity. I mean guys like me and you, we're lucky in the sense that we started this business, and we didn't get interference. I mean, I never got into fear never Riley, packed. I don't think you got into the calms when you started. No, none at all. Okay. So we didn't have corporate masters telling us what to do again. I'll go back. If you're in a reporter for the New York Times, and you are seeing on the street in your off hours wearing a mega hat. You're through. That, by the way, the maga- hat is now the new trigger of the left in America hilarious. I know. But there wasn't that culture when we started the FOX, but you work for like I knew Peter Jennings. I, I work for Jennings, right? And I worked for rather. Okay. And I knew Tom Brokaw, both organizations, CBS, much more than ABC. But they and once in a while they crossed the line with me. And, and I they got pushback. I didn't I didn't Brooke it. But most of the reporters did most reporters working over there, if they got told by management, this is how you skew, the story. They did it. And now all of them do it on cable. And that's what you're seeing in. It's fascinating, though, because I got to know Jennings and Brokaw and Tim russert, Tim russet, he, he moderated a debate between me and James Carville. But more importantly, I would interview them I just happen to love his books that he wrote. Guy. But those, but the but they'll Peter Jennings came in my radio studio, highlighting every page of the book that I had recently written, Tim Russia would seek my opinion as a conservative to understand it. Tom brokaw. He was great until now. He's in a mode where he has to protect them for some reason, but I don't think he was a rigid radical ideolog, although I think they all slanted left. Well for Brokaw. It was a social thing. Have to say because I know the mall rather was a committed liberal right? Okay. Sam donaldson. Same thing, right? Brokaw was a social, liberal love the party's love the salons Jenny like any of that Jenny. You know, he went out and he moves around, but he was real suspect of all of that. And so he was the least ideological of all of them, you know, it's just the would never going. I don't think there's a path back. Now there isn't I corporate America controls it now. It's a big moneymaker now. It's not a news Pauling. It's not like okay we're here for the people, we want to give the people the truth. That's not what's happening is like we wanna make as much money as we can make. And along the way, I wanna have friends that will invite me all parties in the Hamptons, Manhattan. Hollywood. So I'm going to be liberal. But what, but what they're gonna do Bill just from just like looking at it from a business model perspective is they're gonna kill the goose that laid the golden egg. It's already it's already dead. And here's the thing, though. I mean, in many ways, I think we'll look at the golden age of cable and even broadcast news. But I will tell you what they the biggest shock for all of them is the day that Donald Trump leaves office, which is going to be six. No, I know it's over. They nobody will watch them. Joe Biden, never gets elected president cable ratings are in a call fall fifty percent. I won't be on the air so low matter. I don't care. I mean you never going to see them does anybody seen them since may seventeenth. He made his announcement for pro ten days in a row. He must have been tired from that one appearance in Philly. We look he didn't have to campaign the jump. You're not gonna see in diner. Gonna do name recognition, and I'm Obama, you know, I'm the return of Obama vote for me. That's all he's gonna do gonna work Bill, not in this day and age. No way..

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"newsweek" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

08:29 min | 3 years ago

"newsweek" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"The David Harsanyi has published. The federalist on me. Truthfulness or the fact that these are the most prosperous times the millennial generation of its era has ever had. There's more prosperity in America today for thirty for eighteen to thirty four year olds in there ever has been and they don't know it. They think they're in the last days like every generation. I here's the difference. I never bought it. I never bought any of these left-wing apocalyptic scenarios. I never spent more than ten minutes worrying about nuclear war, hasn't it happened. We were tossed anyway. So what's the point of running around scared to death every day? I thought acid rain was a hoax. The first time sixty minutes did a story on it. I have never believed man can control the climate either making a cooler or warmer. So I've now gotten caught up in that I don't get caught up in left wing hysteria. I never have. But they have. I was not indoctrinated into them as a kid. My parents were not a bunch of miserable unhappy angry leftists and for the six months. I spent well for the four months, I spent in college I didn't run into much of that. I've always been able to avoid it. I've never been immersed at us in none of those ongoing apocalyptic theories. The thing I've been worried most about my life as a democrat party in American liberalism. But none of their issues. I think of all amplified made up exaggerated and used to exploit. So this story in time magazine on Alexandria Jags and all of the suffering. In health things so bad when she was born in how they have not improved. It's so stressful. The author of the story that I mentioned time magazine woman, Charlotte alter let me tell you who Charlotte alter is who also believes all of this apocalyptic stuff. Charlotte alter is the daughter of Jonathan alter who has a famous left wing journalist from the salad days of Newsweek back when Newsweek was a something back when it was on par with time magazine, and you go back to the seventies eighties and even some of the ninety s. Jonathan alter went to Harvard. He's an educated and liberal media elite his wife, Charlotte, alters mother was the executive producer of the coal bear report. On the on comedy central. Jonathan alters bestselling author. Former editor of Newsweek, both her parents went to Harvard her sister, Charlotte. Alter sister is a venture capitalist. Her brother works for HBO sports. She herself writes for time magazine has a serious radio show poor little thing. So is suffering out. There is so. None of this is dimension. The incestuous nature. Of the Washington establishment, mom and dad. Harvard daughter gets into Harvard. Mom and dad Newsweek, then they need everybody. H B. Also, the moms working at comedy central producing coal bear reports. Now this babe. Brother working for H B, O sports or sisters of venture capitalist. She works for time has a serious radio show. You know, we're focusing on these Hollywood people that bought their kids way into college. But help I mean. The establishment is the established ruling classes the ruling class, they take care and yet here, you have some of the most privileged young people in America walking around in this apocalyptic Hayes, and they happen to have prominent positions in the media and education. I'll guarantee you. They don't know diddly squat about the founding of this country. They may think they, but I'll bet you they haven't I bet you the amount of appreciation. They have fought you could fit inside a thimble. That's how little. They have more than likely been properly or accurately taught about it. By the way. President Trump tweeted moments ago, Mexico's doing nothing to help stop the flow of illegal immigrants immigrants to our country. They're all talk and no action, likewise, Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador, they've taken our money for years, and they do nothing. The Democrats don't care at such bad laws. I may close the southern border. He said, Mr President, do it three things close the border send ice in the border patrol down and shut it down a failed. Override your veto on the declaration of a national emergency start building the wall shut the border de classify all the documents involving the investigation so-called into Russian collusion, including the FIS a warrant applications. And then pardon everybody, pardon Flynn, pardon Manafort, pardon everybody. I see all that done by the close of business today. Back to the phones. Baltimore says, Meghan. You're next on the network. Hi. Meghan. Are you there? Like nobody's there. Let's try Matthew in Tallahassee Florida. Are you there by any chance? Yes. I am here in just want to say thank you for taking my call. You bet listening very first time caller. Wanting to get you in a previously. You were talking about an article all the millennials going through all the doom and gloom growing up. I'm twenty five I wrote right at the same time. He did in my opinion. Honestly, we grew up to a bombers era his legacy if she would it was high taxes economic dropout. I watch a lot of businesses closed a lotta homes for clothes on. And that's what we grew up in. We've never seen as you eighteen to thirty four never seen an economy like there may it cheerfully thankful to Trump what he's doing look out for us. Well, I I see a lot of my friends. They all think there's law June gloom. But I I think it totally has to do with what I when I finally do explain to them and show them how much economy's growing how much wait a minute. Minute. You need to help me out with something. I totally understand that a lot of the law. Nails have never experienced in economy. Like this. They have never been alive during this kind of uptick in economic activity and opportunity, and you grew up during Obama, and of course, but but they loved Obama where was the pessimism and the apocalyptic nature during Obama, they loved Obama when everything was going to hell explain that to me. Well, well, sir. Truthfully, all the ones that were all Medicated that had all these government benefits. Of course, ain't vomit who wouldn't love getting pretty stuff all the time at taxpayers expense. But for those that are hard-working blue-collar families we hit. So I know my family we lost our insurance. Obamacare when they see the individual mandate came upwards of six hundred dollars in fines for it. We we lost our house. My parents ended up losing our house is actually. Federal government raised interest rates raised our mortgage rates and just everything Obama did and everything with the trickle up economics and the Democrats leaving it's garbage it never works. They never housework..

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"newsweek" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"newsweek" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"It's got to be really in crappy condition. She said that she and her husband and a neighbor started scraping all over their cars to read what she described as a grainy substance akin to industrial spray foam used a patch. Concrete? Setting in was the deafening fear of an attack. Now, Newsweek magazine. I think it's only online now, I don't know amplifies this deafening fears best it can referring to a nineteen seventy newspaper article to confirm the incident with racial overtones once occurred in Lamar current population nine hundred fifty nine now think about this. So Newsweek trying to trying to cover up for this women's dumb assery says we'll wait a minute. Nineteen seventy let me get let me do that calculation in my head. So thirty years forty nine years ago. So forty nine years ago Newsweek goes back and fines. There was an incident with racial overtones in the mar the memories of the past were front and center for mayor McPherson upon seeing her car defaced. It ignited some fear in my spirit. And she said my God who would do that. So you scroll down through the article and in Newsweek grudgingly mentioned this authorities. However, data crime had occurred and claim the substance was actually Poland. The sheriff's office. Can you imagine this poor Lieutenant had to explain to the mayor? Ma'am. There's no reason for us to collect a sample. I don't know they probably should have because I'm sure that there's some I'm sure at NIH or at the CDC or somewhere, we could do some sort of testing to find out whether or not the pollen was racist pollen. Because you never know. I mean, pollens Paula you gotta watch out. Man. Oh, man. The dumb ass re is thick tonight. You're listening to Michael Brown. KOA newsradio. Eight fifty AM ninety four one FM and always on the Michael Brown show page, it KOA, NewsRadio dot com. Mandy.

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"newsweek" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"newsweek" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Global warming that then and the same dangerous in the same predictions as are popular today. It has been a political issue. Practically from the beginning of the petroleum industry. If you must know the truth, but in nineteen seventy nine Newsweek magazine had a cover story the coming ice age. Back in one thousand nine hundred ninety everybody thought that we were on the verge of having another ice age glaciers, we're going to be moving south, and we're all gonna freeze off our tushes. Didn't last long by the time. Nineteen Eighty-four came around global warming had replaced climate change and global warming was the term explosively used all the way up until the early two thousands. When warming wasn't happening. We had a fourteen year period where wasn't any warming. So then the left changed the term to climate change. Global warming became climate change. So as to include record cold so as to include hurricanes, so as to include tornadoes, so as to include drought, so as to include thunderstorms, and lightning it became climate change, and therefore any variance from the normal day of eighty five degrees and sunny was because of climate change if it was eighty five degrees and sunny one day and one hundred ten and sunny the next day was climate change. If it was eighty five and sunny one day and seventy four and thunderstorm me the next day. It was climate change. Now climate change is suffering. It's about to give way to a new term that the left is using extreme weather. Local warming to climate change to extreme weather. They define these terms. Andy, they choose them. They use them we end up arguing against them in defending them. They change the terms as the lies of their prognosis is are revealed. There is no global warming that man is responsible for.

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"newsweek" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"newsweek" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Global warming back then and the same dangerous in the same predictions. As are popular today. It has been a political issue. Practically from the beginning of the petroleum industry. If you must know the truth, but in hundred seventy nine Newsweek magazine had a cover story the coming ice age. Back in nineteen seventy nine everybody thought that we were on the verge of having another ice age glaciers were going to be moving south. And we're all gonna freeze off our tushes. Didn't last long by the time. Nineteen Eighty-four came around global warming had replaced climate change and global warming was the term explosively used all the way up until the early two thousands. When warming wasn't happening when a fourteen year period where there wasn't any warming. So then the left change the term to climate change. Global warming became climate change. So as to include record cold so as to include hurricanes, so as to include tornadoes, so as to include drought, so as to include thunderstorms, and lightning it became climate change, and therefore any variance from the normal day of eighty five degrees and sunny was because of climate change if it was eighty five degrees and sunny one day and one hundred ten and sunny the next day was climate change. If it was eighty five and sunny one day and seventy four and thunderstorm e the next day it was climate change. Now climate change is suffering. It's about to give way to a new term that the left is using extreme weather. Global warming to climate change to extreme weather. They define these terms. Andy, they choose them. They use them we end up arguing against them in defending them. They change the terms as the lies of their prognosis is are revealed. There is no global warming that man is responsible for.

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"newsweek" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

03:09 min | 3 years ago

"newsweek" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"But there is no five six brass found. And I you know, that we've already we've already published that in in the Newsweek article your time what else was in the Newsweek article was that which had eleven magazine them and they all were films with rounds. So I read that article are remember that. We had Pat McNamara on twice this year. Awesome interview both times, but the last time he was on. We talked a lot of metal, and it was fun with my friend from Sirius XM, Sean, the butcher, the voice of ozzy's boneyard. You also hear him on liquid metal. But this is from episode three thirty six the first time Pat was on and we got some military stuff. So this is from that. This is an excerpt of Pat talking about a halo jump story. And also some other stories that we got from our friend in delta force George hand. Check it out. I George like, which we asked Pat he mentioned some story about what was it. Somebody going right through your suspension lines on a halo jump. Yeah. To see George George way back. I'm talking eighty four eighty five. And plus we went to selection together into combat dive school together. I mean, so. A good and bad thing about a guy like that senior at your best. But he's also stealing at your worst. That'll be anything embarrassing. You don't have to answer. Of course. No, no, no. This was it's I was this close to retire and wanted to get one more jump in just to stay current and in order to do that. It was like an Asha trash jump. You know, where you had to strap hag with a bunch of frigging people. You don't know and which fat free it. Hey, because I loved freefall and do an NF with guys I know because of well people you trust. Yeah. It's it's dangerous. You could die doing that shit. So I got on this paid hurt jump. And there was this gal who is who is on halo status and she sat on the plane next to me. And this is all the way up. And I'm going oh my God. Because I knew she was soup sandwich. I knew she was a football that that she was shitty. Turn it up that she was chickenwire canoe. Hoti clean. I broke protocol, and I had she'd seperation in aircraft. And I walked all the way down to the tailgate a buddy of mine was j m and and I said, hey Sam if you want I poise our poise out, and you guys get doc on me because my freefall skills were really good because I had like six hundred jumps at the time. And he was okay good, and we're sort final. So I'm standing on the ramp look down. He's doing his last commands, and I I turn around to look in the aircraft and this freakin Schick achieved separate sheet..

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"newsweek" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"newsweek" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Newsweek, Senate majority leader are much Carl. And now this morning on the Senate floor. He'll introduce a short term spending Bill to fund the government through February eight that will not include the board of security or border wall funding, President Trump has previously demanded the let's just stop there. February eighth. The Democrats will control the house. Mitch McConnell has never been an aggressive advocate for this wall. Mitch McConnell's been a majority leader and minority leader of the Republicans in the Senate a very very long time. We're told by Fred Barnes. He's one of the greatest leaders of the Republican party ever some of our friends over at national review, man. Which of course is intended to stem the flow of immigration into the United States. Sounds like another foreign aid welfare program to me. Ten point six billion. But we can't get five billion for the wall. Democrats have been perfectly clear. Senate majority minority leader Chuck Schumer said on the floor, we want smart effective border security, but that's not a war. And I don't know about you, ladies and gentlemen. But last time I checked Chuck Schumer actually voted in two thousand.

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