26 Burst results for "Pat Buchanan"

Alan Dershowitz: We Can Make Legislative Solutions to Elections

Mark Levin

01:27 min | Last month

Alan Dershowitz: We Can Make Legislative Solutions to Elections

"Anything And we don't see any of these comparisons being made between one party and the other Jamie you're asking who served in this committee tried to stop the election of president Trump I try to stop the election of president Bush I brought a lawsuit on behalf of the voters of Palm Beach county because they because of the butterfly ballot they voted for Pat Buchanan These were Jewish voters who go to a Patrick Harris about the least favorite candidate among Jews because they screwed up on the ballot So I brought lawsuits Am I committing crimes The American legal system permission to this And there isn't a word in this legislative hearing about what to do in the future We should set up an election commission the way Israel has an election commission in England some other countries have election commissions If you have a complaint you go to the commission the commission is nonpolitical with consistent university presidents ministers scientists people who have no party affiliation and they decide whether the election is fair We can make legislative solutions to this but nobody cares about the future People only care about pointing fingers Yeah the future They want to prevent the election of Trump That's the future But they don't want to change the law They don't want to improve the law They don't want to legislate some of these problems away All they want to do is expose and finger point It's an abusive legislative process It's an abuse of the constitution It's an abusive or system of checks and balances

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Welcome to the Final Phase, Victory Is in Our Sights!

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:45 min | 2 months ago

Welcome to the Final Phase, Victory Is in Our Sights!

"Welcome to the final phase. You are now in the final phase that will be the most difficult chapter, but victory is in our sights. This has been a multi generational issue of conservatives versus the left. And we are now finally entering the final phase and this will be the most difficult of all the phases. But what comes after this is us winning and them losing. So the left for many years, quietly, and methodically, infiltrated our institutions. We know this. They took over and captured our core industries and our culture shaping organizations. They were unbelievably successful as we as conservatives basically did nothing through the 70s and through the 80s and through the 90s. Conservatives thought that they were a fringe academic movement that, you know, that's kind of Bill layers and bernardine Dorne, but they're never actually going to get real power. For over 40 years, the left was able to infiltrate every single corner capture every place that was able to make decisions that mattered. First, of course, academia then media parts of corporate life, the activist base, the governments, the civil service. And we realized that this is one of the reasons why our country became less free when we were signing bad trade deals why our immigration policy was so backwards. Why we were seeing our liberties and our freedoms continually erode as we were engaging in a mass capitulation and almost every single issue to the left. Now mind you, all of this was happening and conservatives kind of shrugged it off. In the 70s, 80s and 90s and early 2000s, the left was getting away with highway robbery. And most conservatives thought it was no big deal. In fact, anyone that dared mention it was called a conspiracy theorist like Pat Buchanan in the early 1990s. I go, what do you mean the left is taking over things? The stock market is going up. Real estate prices are fine. Who cares? America's strong and always will be. In fact, on the center right, there was almost no oxygen in the room to talk about the Marxist infiltration in our schools. People kind of scoffed at it and they didn't take it seriously. But then phase two began. Slowly, all of a sudden, on the center right in America, there was a realization on how the enemy had penetrated every single vertical of society.

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Dinesh Reflects on His Time as an Intern for Ronald Reagan

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:53 min | 2 months ago

Dinesh Reflects on His Time as an Intern for Ronald Reagan

"It's time for our next question. Listen. Hey mister de Souza, my question is, what was it like being an intern for Reagan? And what special memories do you have of him? So in the Reagan White House, I was actually very lucky to at a young age coming as a domestic policy analyst. So I wasn't really an intern and I only say this because of course interns have no access to the president. You have to be on staff and you have to be at least at the middle level. I wasn't at the top level. And so my direct interactions with Reagan were modest. Only a few times did I get to stand in the back of the room along with other staffers. We had our notepads in those days. And the senior staff was right around the table. People like Pat Buchanan or Ed meese, and later the chief of staff was Howard baker. And the senior staff would interact with Reagan, but the rest of us got to stand in the back of the room and observe and take notes and then afterward offer comment to our own teams. In my case, the domestic policy team. So it was a thrill for me because I was in my mid 20s. I think I was I joined the Reagan White House in 1987. So this was in the latter part, the second term of Reagan, of course, during the first time oregano and I was in college. But and I had this big fallacious office in the old executive office building. I mean, an absolutely giant office with a bar and but the real power, by the way, is not in the old executive office building. It's in the west wing, where the office is a much smaller, but you're literally with an earshot of the president. So you have more direct access to him that

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David Gergen on Running the Nixon Speech Writing Team

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

David Gergen on Running the Nixon Speech Writing Team

"You know, when you came back, when you came back in the speech writing process when I was a young lawyer, it was staffed around. I remember the chief justice of the United States at that time in associate council, arguing with Peggy noonan. That was a murderous row of speechwriters over which we had Bill sapphire and Ray Price and Pat Buchanan. And Nixon. Yeah, and then John McLaughlin came in for a lead in the game with Nixon, but he was around for a while. Ben Stein. It was a terrific group. It was about 50 people. If you look at speechwriting and their sports staff and then the research staff and then we also headed the letters and so correspondent section. So it was about 50 people there. And I ran that for a while.

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"pat buchanan" Discussed on Outer Limits Of Inner Truth

Outer Limits Of Inner Truth

05:31 min | 10 months ago

"pat buchanan" Discussed on Outer Limits Of Inner Truth

"And he will sit down and have a conversation with most people just about. Everyone walks off tom. It's pretty amazing. Yeah yeah he's and he's just he's still humble and still work in the eighty four years old still working crazy to be on a beach member. I remember it was just whatever it was on tv. And i think it was. It was pat buchanan That said the ron paul is saying he hasn't done enough liberty. Well ron paul hasn't done enough for liberty. Whatever the rest stop you know. That's pretty much. It jacob selected. Just ask you a question about your days as a professional wrestler professional wrestler kane wary. You didn't boast both amazing. He'll a baby face and in order to do that. In order to be professional you to be mastered psychology communicating provoking emotion..

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The Nationalist Right Is No Place for Nick Fuentes' Jealous Anti-Semitism

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:01 min | 1 year ago

The Nationalist Right Is No Place for Nick Fuentes' Jealous Anti-Semitism

"I don't know anything about nick fuentes but you've cautioned against him and i sometimes see people on the right praising him who is he he is a nasty little guttersnipe with an iq of one of five who hates the jews who hates the jews. They're kind of like hitler a seriously. Why do we have people on the right. Like nick fuentes. Yeah i don't understand. I don't know anything about them. Okay i'll tell you what because jews on the right to a better job of asserting their priorities than we christians. And that's not their fault they're supposed to so jews on the right who care a lot about israel do a good job of keeping israel on the front burner of american policy. We christians. we don't do such a good job of fighting against abortion or finding religious liberty or fighting for the integrity of marriage so envy envy okay so by but some pointers is. You're saying he's anti semitic. Is there anything else we need to know. I just know that you've brought him up. In the past. I want my audience clear. The or is an unfortunate tendency on the on the nationalist america. First ready of which i'm apart. I was pat buchanan delegate to the ninety six republican convention. There is a nasty element. Rising within the nationalist. Right the america i right. That is resentful of jewish americans success at asserting their particular priorities. What i say is you don't have. It will get better at do better. I care in the middle east. I primarily care about the fate of christian minorities in muslim countries who are religiously oppressed. I think we christians need to do a better job speaking up for that if you think the jews are really good at asserting. Israel's interest go be better at asserting. The interests of christians in the middle east go compete with a

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"pat buchanan" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"pat buchanan" Discussed on 600 WREC

"H. W. Bush and 92 when Pat Buchanan ran against him, and it hurt him. When Teddy Kennedy ran against Carter in 80, he ran from the left. Carter was considered a centrist candidate, although he governed as a liberal. 1992 Oh, George H. W. Bush has over a 90% approval rating. After thumping Saddam Hussein and Pat Buchanan runs against him from the right this time. Bush was considered sort of a moderate Republican, Buchanan comes in with the first of the Maga. Campaign. A lot of what Donald Trump did. He watched Reagan Happy. Buchanan and Richard Nixon do. And Buchanan came at it from a nationalist populist right approach. So If that happens to the Democrats, they're in real trouble. If they get a progressive candidate if Bernie runs again If Elizabeth Warren runs Don't know that she can get the moment. I don't think you'll see will be ready yet. They've got a real problem. They may find a fire young firebrand candidate that runs I don't think Kamila does it, cause she's in line and should have a rule that ruin that ruin that. So anyway. I think this impeachment Is an over playing of their hand. And I think a lot of Americans were going to say there are bigger things to worry about than Donald J..

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"pat buchanan" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"pat buchanan" Discussed on WJR 760

"Gathering in a person's private home. Until December, 8 Forces families to take a single one household to interact with other until then. Restaurants before you closed them face a threat, but $200,200 fine and misdemeanor charged punished for up to six months and in prison being mad it here to the restaurants. To track customers getting our names and phone numbers. Girl every have you been politically involved before or or is this new for you? Well. Uh, I've been politically active in 1996. I was Pat Buchanan's campaign manager for the state of Michigan for his presidential run, Uh, was after Super Tuesday and junior Tuesday was in March. I believe and Pat Buchanan was only supposed to get in single digits and I can't paint around the state and we ended up with over 30% of the vote, not just 23. Delegates to the National convention in San Diego. I've also been known to demonstrate against unfair trade practices. Bye, Criminally child. Well, I certainly am glad for activism. Your businessman who's who's not afraid to speak up, and I think that's that's so important. Because when you do that you're doing it for those people who work for you. And helping Tonto maintain that business and keep those jobs going. It's what keeps our economy humming, and we've got to get over back to work as soon as possible. No question about that. Yes, sir. But we also got itself covert. So we shall see how it all plays out for us, bro. Atkins. Thank you so much coming out of its a pleasure speaking with you, and good luck to fuller, septic services in law and John sanitation in South Lyon, your two companies right now. Thanks for coming out..

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"pat buchanan" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"pat buchanan" Discussed on WJR 760

"In a person's private home. Until December, 8 Forces families to take a single one household to interact with other until then. Restaurants before you closed them face a threat, but $200,200 fine and misdemeanor charge punished for up to six months and in prison, they admitted here to the restaurants. To track customers getting our names and phone numbers. Girl every have you been politically involved before or or is this new for you? Well. Uh, I've been politically active in 1996. I was Pat Buchanan's campaign manager for the state of Michigan for his presidential run was after Super Tuesday and junior Tuesday was in March. I believe and Pat Buchanan was only supposed to get in single digits and I can't paint around the state and we ended up with over 30% of the vote, not just 23. Delegates to the National convention in San Diego. I've also been known to demonstrate against unfair trade practices. Bye criminally charged. Well, I certainly am glad for activism. Your businessman who was not afraid to speak up, and I think that's that's so important. Because when you do that you're doing it for those people who work for you. And helping Tonto maintain that business and keep those jobs going. It's what keeps our economy humming, and we've got to get them back to work as soon as possible. No question about that. Yes, sir. But we also got itself covert. So we shall see how it all plays out for us, bro. Atkins. Thank you so much coming out of its a pleasure speaking with you, and good luck to fuller, septic services in law and John sanitation in South Lyon, your two companies right now. Thanks.

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Donald Trump is finished, but will 'Trumpism' prevail?

Between The Lines

08:07 min | 1 year ago

Donald Trump is finished, but will 'Trumpism' prevail?

"It's been more than a week since the us presidential election joe biden of course has claimed victory whereas the president is yet to concede defeat but when donald trump eventually leaves office the question. We have to ask ourselves is is trumpism. Really finished after all the media conventional wisdom the new york times washington. Post the major networks. Cnn msnbc all that conventional wisdom is that the twenty twenty election represents a repudiation of trumpism and what's trump luckily to do after he leaves office well for more. Let's turn to patrick. J buchanan senior adviser to president reagan nixon and ronald reagan. Pat has been a regular fixture in america's opinion pages and cable television shows for generations. Ninety ninety two and ninety six pat buchanan ran for the presidential nomination of his party. The republican party on america first platform pass walking back to you between the lines. Good to your tom now. Let's start with the election itself to spotted trifecta of crises health economic racial the us congressional and presidential contests were very tight. How do you account for that. I think there were tight for this reason. The covid virus which hammered us in march and april and then all during the summer and full took the lodge. That's two hundred and thirty thousand americans and they induced an economic decline unrivalled since the great depression. And then you have to racial turmoil in the country. And the wake of the killing of george floyd in minneapolis riots. And and things like that. So he's really damaged trump in the eyes of the public and his administration and normally they would've killed any presidential candidate. But i will say that in the fall. When trump was further behind he basically one mechanic team won the battle against biden. It was surging at the end of the campaign but he did not get over the top or at least so far so i think what you can say is trump and trumpism won the campaign. They lost the election because of the burdens. They had to terry which were too happy to cross the finish line. And let's not forget that in the late up to the election the metric conventional wisdom the polls the pundits. They predicted a democratic sweep. A blue wave washing the republicans out of power capturing the senate and delivering an alleged democratic congressional majority if the democrats did indeed have a clean sweep of the congress and the white house what would radical progressive in the american takes. What would that have made if you had nancy. Pelosi in control of the house and chuck schumer and control. The should i which looks less and less likely now and preston biden into white house. Biden's problem would be the tremendous pressure from the progressive left wing of this party to impose his leftist agenda. The party home to the country in the first two years of his administration. And i think it would be virtually impossible biden to resist the democrats cheap to kill the filibuster. Which would eliminate the ability of the republicans to stop their agenda and we would be off to the races with medicare for all the green new deal statehood for puerto rico statehood for dc. Defunding the cops. Pack the supreme court the whole left wing democratic agenda. They would try to ram through with fifty one votes. In the senate and biden frankly would be restraining force because republicans wouldn't be able to do it if they lost the filibuster in the senate which is what. Barack obama urged the democrats to take away if they win the senate okay now bought and has pasta to sydney electoral college. Votes needed to win the white house now given that it's very hard to prove widespread electoral fraud pat. Why want trump just accept defeat. Here's trump is demanding that he be allowed to play out last play of the deal. Because i think he feels he has been treated horribly by the democrats and the liberals in the press and he's not gonna do them a favour. He's got a right to make sure. The counselor made and certain things happen by certain dates. He's not going to speed up the transition. It's not gonna be a pleasant transition at all. He's going to treat them the way they felt. They treated him when he came in with the russia investigation and all the rest of it. So i think what you're getting is. Trump is looking at upon this if it succeeds is a hostile takeover of the government of the united states. And he is acting to resisted with every legal constitutional weapon. He has so it's This is not a cordial country power at all. Okay but with dany. Before the nineteen sixty presidential election between richard nixon and john f kennedy. That was very taught. There was a lot of speculation about electoral fraud in texas and illinois. And that of course benefited. The democrats won that election now. Apologies for the very scratchy. Sound quality of these vintage news report from sixty years ago. but he's nixon. Your boss pat here. He is at four. Am at republican headquarters. After the election conceding. Defeat to and and results shows come in if the present trend continues If mr kennedy and senator kennedy will be the next president of the united states senators kennedy now. And i want you know that. Certainly this trend has continued and he does become our next president that he will have my. That's richard nixon conceding. Defeat john f. kennedy in nineteen sixty pat buchanan. Why can't trump do a nixon accept defeat graciously that at four am gathering. My wife was present. She worked for richard nixon and the nineteen sixty campaign and travel. The country would and the point is that was a different time in a different country. That america's today america's bitterly divided and one of the contributing factors is the is the belief correct in my view that donald trump was denied. Not only a good transition but donald trump was investigated by the fbi and during the transition. They went after his state of the fbi did and they had a two year investigation beach. Kim they try to defeat him then they tried to overthrow him. And i think trump feels this and he says i established nothing. They can go. I mean they can go too far as i'm concerned and we're going to run this old way out and make sure every ballot is counted and all the towns are accurate. And whether or not we're going to go to court and exercise our rights and we're not going to pretend otherwise that this is a pleasant for easy transfer of power this was a hostile takeover and trump's view. I mean they're campaign run against him former first lady. Michelle obama is already talking about the house and he could and racism and the rest endemic pain in what he come folks voted for. So i think look you gotta divided country and there's no sense pretending otherwise and trump is not gonna gauge any pretense.

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Andr Leon Talley on 'The Chiffon Trenches'

The Book Review

03:20 min | 2 years ago

Andr Leon Talley on 'The Chiffon Trenches'

"When I wrote this I my first book was basically a Beautiful Ahmad to those two ladies, and then I, did cover some of the things about upgrade my background, but I do not go into the depths of what I have gone into this you find trenches initial find trenches in his epistle of love to the important narrative of my life getting. Under upbringing North Carolina all the way to twenty twenty. I go to the decades of when I was at the top of my career vote. In sitting in the front row in. Daily experiencing racism, sexism ageism, all of that and I decided to I had to be very very raw, an honest within a degree, and I told the truth about many things that I never spoken before one being my sexual abuse in childhood. Then I told things that had never been told before about how I experienced racism in the world of fashion. As the there are two different books. occas of sort of a a jewel of book and I'm very proud that I is well because. Of How these two women shaped my life, and became very important factors in my life how they overlaps, it's women, one of African American domestic made for fifty years of her life at Duke University, the other woman a mentor. Editor. Chief evoke in the sixties, and then she went onto the museum. The Metropolitan. When she created the modern fashion exhibit is thanks to her that people now have major fashion exhibits in museums globally. There's not one that has not been influenced by the work of the. So, is there a point in that seventeen year interim between these two books where you thought to yourself, you know I've left something out, or I need to go back and tell a fuller story now. That was never a point like I always just say I had an uncle, said just keep getting up everyday. Just keep getting so I never thought about it in seventy years. I've gotTA write my second memoir. My Document Jerry came out in twenty eighteen the Gospel according to Andrei benefits by the second memoir, because the response of people the outpouring of love. From that documentary was so beautiful. The response I got from People Street. Some people would see the film in the audiences. Remarkable so wonderful, and he gave me the confidence to write the Second Watch. The second while was born from the document. Jerry and I saw the duck return. I loved it by the way I loved what Kate Novak did what we did as collaborators, and then I decided well I. Think I. should not my memoir a second I only. But it never headed for seventeen years I left out. I never thought that I was GONNA. Write another one. My agent David Vigilante took me around, and it'd be had meetings with different companies, different companies, and we got to Pat Buchanan at Random House, and that was one on Friday and Saturday what he called me and he said. Random House is ready to preempt all offers an idea and said well I'm GonNa do it I did it and I have never looked back

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"pat buchanan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"pat buchanan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Are your account up to one to run by you because you are no you're close with Pat Buchanan no not well you you have then you have contact with them yes I do and that was something I've heard about New Zealand what Pat Buchanan no no our what New Zealand does with their immigration which is the only allow people in the would add value to the country well I'm sure does that really as well yes indeed no I am not I just wish to god that we would do we have a policy like that don't you know that no I don't we give preference to millionaires for example see you didn't know that did you know there is a special program are making it easier for millionaires to come to America now do you think that is Hey greedy or be smart I think that's smart that's that's a good self interest that's right well what whatever it would be if what's going on with the with the massive you know border breach but we have each night so even now down now to the south right is the best thing allowed vis a vis our government I mean the the Congress makes moves looking like it's going to change things but it's it's really you know being let let let fled because corporations want to have pressure on the wage base so that the army we are the American workers are the number one productive group of workers on the planet yes but we do have to be competitive right and we're when we get more people willing to work for a lower wage that's just more profit in their pockets and done well yeah but it's also a product that sells at a competitive price when you're looking at world markets and you can not like them but world markets are there you can.

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"pat buchanan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"pat buchanan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Us use them to try hi there yes thank you with the construction going on the yeah I can hear you but it's kind of spotty Pat Buchanan going out a little bit ten yes I am okay well I hope your day is I just wanna let you know we are sweet I get this to get gonna bring a great deal tonight with us to try to work on it but a number is bring it about also but tonight organised by doing a musical legend bill with and we're gonna have things off Casey Bartholomew tonight until we get that fixed and and and we're good to go from the home is there but it's that I want to thank you both all me filling in tonight to look for to show and if I say ten o'clock after the show Facebook live in some Facebook likes if you go to look and look for walls while I'm on the phone that that just after ten o'clock or Getty at if you could hear what that's like my gosh well I'm glad you're getting to bill withers because we had wanted to talk about bill withers earlier and we just we didn't have time and you know what great music he gave us is Casey Bartholomew over some type of way like in so many crazy land at that was his voice was sped up a little bit I mean that was is interesting they just have me sitting here and waiting to get the net I'm actually here all day you just never know I hear you if any of us falls okay saying yes just around Gemma's waiting watching TV the case something goes wrong nothing else to well you should you take over the air waves and if that was any indication of what is called the online I'm guess I'm guessing you'll hear me for probably a good portion of the show okay all right all right anything you want to to use world third world we're gonna talk about face masks and what people need to do and what they need if you gonna be making about home what they what they need to look like and what they need to be made up and all that kind of fun stuff yeah my sister in laws making tons of those thanks you but there's a right way and a wrong way that's what I can I guess there's a better way and and not as good yeah yeah I think that's probably better stated but yeah area but that's what we're gonna do you know if by chance I get are you going to wear one we can we can't remote working is at yeah I can't get to the court or something along that wasn't like Pat Arnold yeah the problem is airing a facemask yeah that's that's a that's a big if I go if I go out I will mainly because might my bigger concern by on top of myself getting infected is infecting anybody else so I would I would wear one just for you know just to be polite to really to be a good neighbor yeah and it covers most of the majority of my face and that's okay I haven't seen you Casey but you're probably selling yourself short I have a hideous thing yeah right I don't think so get candles like now not not not true never seen me I in your mind's eye all right well it's the casein maybe Pat Walsh show I'm not sure which but it might be a little nice mixture both so Casey thank you appreciate it yeah it's so stick around for however that she was gonna unfold will show Anna I'm Cathy o'neil hope you have a super weekend I'll be back for the afternoon news on Monday at four under is ninety three point one KPK and on the I heart radio app Sacramento's.

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"pat buchanan" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"pat buchanan" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"So ran is firing missiles from Iran into Iraq the report is tens of missiles tens of missile surface to surface missiles those her mid range ballistic missiles and then the muscles you know here's the thing we could blow this country of the face of the earth of wanted to do it but we don't operate that way for rand Paul Pat Buchanan and their ilk Bernie Sanders in the media and their ilk but we don't do that because we are restrained talk about escalation China and Russia how do you think they'd be conducting themselves of this was happening to them very differently so the effort to try and paint trump is irrational rash that the people around him are uninformed that its trunk that's escalating the situation is propaganda from America hating media in America hating Democrats the long history of doing a lot evil things in this country please keep that in mind express VPN is the software that I and thousands of my fans use every day attacked our data online in the time since I started using expressed VPN hacking methods of Rome more sophisticated and as an individual internet user you don't need an I. T. department thank you can't to protect you from online threats what you do need is express VPN when talking about express VPN on my show for so long the you already understand when crypt in your network date is so critically important but some of you my brothers and sisters you still haven't acted I don't know why you're exposed you might be thinking that security threats don't affect you personally so one way to think about this not using express VPN is like leaving your front door unlocked every time you go out sure nothing might happen for years.

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"pat buchanan" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"pat buchanan" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Iraq the report is tens of missiles tens of missiles surface to surface missiles those her mid range ballistic missiles intercontinental missiles I'm you know here's the thing we can blow this country of the face the if if we wanted to do it but we don't operate that way rand Paul Pat Buchanan and their ilk Bernie Sanders in the media and their ilk but we don't do that because we are restrained talk about escalation China and Russia how do you think they'd be conducting themselves of this was happening to them very differently the effort to try and paint trump is irrational rash that the people around him are uninformed that its trunk that's escalating the situation is propaganda from America hating media in America hating Democrats the long history of doing a lot evil things in this country please keep that in mind express VPN is the software that I and thousands of my fans use every day attacked our data online in the time since I started using express VPN hacking methods of grow more sophisticated as an individual internet user you don't need an I. T. department thank you can't to protect you from online threats what you do need is express VPN when talking about express VPN on my show for so long the you already understand when crypt in your network date is so critically important but some of you my brothers and sisters you still have an active I don't know why you're exposed you might be thinking that security threats don't affect you personally so one way to think about this not using express VPN is like leaving your front door unlocked every time you go out sure nothing might happen for years the one of breaking does happen it's devastating one of the easiest.

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"pat buchanan" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"pat buchanan" Discussed on 600 WREC

"So rain is firing missiles from Iran into Iraq the report is tens of missiles tens of missiles surface to surface missiles those her mid range ballistic missiles intercontinental missiles you know here's the thing we can blow this country of the face of the earth who wanted to do it but we don't operate that way for rand Paul Pat Buchanan and their ilk Bernie Sanders in the media and their ilk but we don't do that because we are restrained talk about escalation China and Russia how do you think they be conducting themselves of this was happening to them very differently so the effort to try and paint tribe is irrational rash that the people around him are uninformed that its trunk that's escalating the situation is propaganda from America hating media in America hating Democrats the long history of doing a lot evil things in this country please keep that in mind express VPN is the software that I and thousands of my fans use every day attacked our data online in the time since I started using expressed VPN hacking methods of grow more sophisticated and as an individual internet user you don't need an I. T. department thank you can't to protect you from online threats what you do need is express VPN when talking about express VPN on my show for so long the you already understand when crypt in your network date is so critically important but some of you my brothers and sisters you still have an active I don't know why you're exposed you might be thinking that security threats don't affect you personally so one way to think about this not using express VPN is like leaving your front door unlocked every time you go out sure nothing might happen for years I want to break in does happen it's devastating one of the easiest ways to secure your internet data is with express VPN you click on one but turn your computer or your smartphone and you're protected one click so my only question.

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"pat buchanan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"pat buchanan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"After Nixon released a bunch of transcripts of his secret White House tapes members of the house Judiciary Committee who heard some of the tapes rip saw that they had that the administration had you know cleaned up very significantly and that these the this act of transparency in which the Nixon people you know released all these pages of of transcripts and back left out there he very incriminating things and they leaked and met someone on the house Judiciary Committee leaks that those discrepancies the press and I really was Pat Buchanan who was then working as a spokesperson for Nixon came out swinging inside the real crime here is whoever's doing this leaking got investigate these leakers these journalists who already with this maybe they should think about the real crime here and so but I heard that I like I said this given yesterday you know yeah it's amazing that's amazing eight what do you think what about partisanship I mean obviously this was the Democrats versus the Republicans in terms of there was a break was a democratic headquarters but was it partisan in this and that and the way that we think about it today the short answer is yes and I think I think Watergate has been held up by some people as like it as like the the last time our government there you know as a type of ties as a time when our government really worked and and you know the story ended the way it was supposed to Republicans were willing to turn on their president when they saw that he had committed all these misdeeds but in fact like P. Nixon enjoyed support from not only Republican politicians but from Republican voters almost to the very end I mean it was really that last into the smoking gun tape that was released at the very end it was you know tape that showed that Nixon had essentially tried to sick one law enforcement agency against another and use of the instruments of government to try to protect himself from people heard that they said okay I can't really defend anymore but I put up that point you know he it was definitely partisan and people were defending him because he was that guy we're back with more with me on a **** he hosts the late podcast slow burn season two is available now we're gonna talk about the Clinton peach went on the other side of this break stick with us all that will be back after the break the.

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"pat buchanan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"pat buchanan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"After after Nixon released a bunch of transcripts of his secret White House tapes members of the house Judiciary Committee who heard some of the tapes rip saw that they had that the administration had you know cleaned up very significantly and he's the this act of transparency in which the Nixon people you know released all these pages of of transcripts and back left out there he very incriminating things and they leaked and met someone on the house Judiciary Committee leaks that those discrepancies the press and I really was Pat Buchanan who was then working as a spokesperson for Nixon came out swinging and said the real crime here is whoever's doing this leaking got investigate these leakers these journalists who already with this maybe they should think about the real crime here and so but I heard that I like I said this given yesterday you know yeah it's amazing that's amazing eight what do you think what about partisanship I mean obviously this was the Democrats versus the Republicans in terms of there was a break was a democratic headquarters but was it partisan in this and that and the way that we think about it today the short answer is yes I think I think Watergate has been held up by some people as like it as like the the last time our government video as a type of ties as a time when our government really worked and and you know the story into the way it was supposed to Republicans were willing to turn on their president when they saw that he had committed all these misdeeds but in fact like he Nixon enjoyed support from not only Republican politicians but from Republican voters almost to the very end I mean it was really that last into the smoking gun tape that was released at the very end it was you know tape that showed that Nixon had essentially tried to sick one law enforcement agency against another and use of the instruments of government to try to protect himself from people heard that they said okay I can't really defend anymore but I put up to that point you know he it was definitely partisan and people were defending him because he was that guy we'll be back with more with Leon a funky hosts that sleep podcast slow burn season two is available now we're gonna talk about the Clinton peach went on the other side of this break stick with us all that will be back after the the.

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Joe Walsh: Strongly considering primary challenge to Trump

All In with Chris Hayes

02:19 min | 3 years ago

Joe Walsh: Strongly considering primary challenge to Trump

"Donald trump's approval rating among republicans sit somewhere between eighty or ninety percent which is pie although that comes with a bit of an asterisk asterisk which is that trump is driven a lot of people away from identifying as republicans people like michigan congressman justin amash who called for trump's impeachment and who was a republican in good standing but has now switched to being an independent. He's the kind of person who wouldn't show up one of those polls. Here's the fundamental problem. There are a number of self described conservatives who do not like like donald trump but most don't really have any political base or power and that's the problem facing anyone wants to mount a primary challenge the president and the g._o._p. And yet interestingly thinly enough there are people who want to give it a shot anyway for massachusetts governor. William weld is in he has declared he is running now. Former south carolina governor and congressman mark sanford former former illinois congressman and talk show radios joe walsh appear closer during the race and challenging the president and anthony scaramucci says he's going to rustle up a bunch of ex trumpers to take the president on as well ultimately the stakes. Here may be mostly about donald trump. Som psyche almost certainly going to trounce any republican challenges him and yet. There's a lot of reporting that suggests team is obsessed with staving off primary challenges here discuss a reagan administration official and share the center for equal opportunity linda chavez and former tea party activists been how the author of the immoral majority new book about evangelical and trump in co host of the fifth estate podcast linda. I don't know i guess i'm skeptical optical but i'm seeing all those noises it looks like sanford and walsh will get in scaramucci is trying to rustle up some group of folks. Is there anything here you think well. I mean if you look back back at what happened to president. George herbert walker bush in nineteen ninety-two he did get challenged by pat. Buchanan obviously buchanan's challenge well. I think stronger than any of the people we've been talking about are going to be able to muster against trump did harm him and i think it set him up for ultimate failure in the general election. I think that's what this is. All about. None of these guys that we're talking about are likely to defeat donald trump unless trump goes evan farther off the rails and then we've seen him so far but being able to damage him being able to come at him as walsh might from the right could could have some impact and might dampen

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"pat buchanan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"pat buchanan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Basically the same thing twice you know there's an old saying politics makes strange bedfellows and that's especially true of Tulsi Gabbard supporters did you talk about that with her yes Josh riders from New Hampshire public radio wanted to ask about that in his town the biggest Tulsi Gabbard sign is in the yard of a libertarian and this is what he asked you've been regularly praised by figures on the right and far right including David Duke whose praise you denounce but also people like Pat Buchanan Ron Paul Steve ban and what do you think that is well what we're seeing in what we're hearing from people across New Hampshire and in different states across the country is people from across party lines are coming to our town halls and they're drawn to the message that I'm bringing in the leadership that I'm offering she says that she can have big differences with some of these folks but that they she believes are attracted to her opposition to regime change not Tulsi Gabbard was a rising star in the Democratic Party until twenty sixteen she was even in the leadership of the DNC but she quit that post in order to endorse Bernie Sanders and she's been very critical of the party from the inside and that means that even as she is attracting folks who maybe have more of a libertarian bent there is some share of the democratic electorate who will just never give her a second look at the camera key thing you can hear more of her interview with toxic effort on the NPR politics podcast thanks Dan you're welcome you're listening to All Things Considered on the next fresh air don't shoot we'll talk about the Yiddish language production filler on the roof that's currently off Broadway I guess we'll be Joel grey who directed it and Stephen sky bell who stars as to have yeah and we'll hear songs from the forthcoming cast recording join us hello nine a it's fresh air Wednesday afternoon at one and Wednesday evening at seven Wednesday afternoon at two please stay with us for the world here's a preview in two thousand eleven this was the news in Nigeria I had cool cool heart I'm today the Boko haram insurgency is not fading away in fact it's expanding into neighboring countries what Cameroon and Chad are doing to stop the spread of Boko haram it's on the world the trump administration wants to change immigration policy to emphasize skills and education levels turns out though people come here or do you have both the actual data behind a work force decision next time on market place Wednesday's market place at four PM and six thirty PM this week on national scale every entrepreneur needs to know when and how to defy conventional wisdom like Danny Meyer who abandon law school.

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"pat buchanan" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

14:03 min | 3 years ago

"pat buchanan" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"And now back to the. Okay. So with that as the backdrop to all of this, and this also explains why when BuzzFeed and huff PO and vox, and the rest of them are writing about you guys, whatever that collective thing is they always get it all sort of wrong because, as you said, they're not part of it. So they just look at the old they must be racist part. Well, they also have an agenda so racist means that which is against progressivism. And I have a list of books of things that have been called racist, which includes moving into minority neighborhoods moving out neighborhoods noticing races, and not noticing races milk. Certain dinosaurs. I mean picnics type of dinosaurs, racist, there was interested park. One of the dinosaurs was called racist. I'm not sure exactly. Why didn't follow reading through the article? So I don't know. Possibly. What's his name, Fred? Flintstones pet Dino. He's a bit of a white supremacist just. Unfortunate. So I thought someone has to write this book and also it's a dark space. So I wanted to have people be able to explored in an interesting way, and in a nonthreatening way. Okay. So for people that know nothing about this, the couple groups that you just mentioned, there, dark enlightenment the troll community all of this stuff can you just kind of breakdown all of it. How did this start? How did you even start caring about it where you part of it, what the hell's going on? Because even for me, I have some basic understand this stuff. I'm actually nut totally clear on all the sort of markers. And where everybody is online and all that. So it starts grounded in nineteen Ninety-two. When Pat Buchanan who is regarded as a paleo conservative teamed up with Mary Rothbart, who was regarded as a paleo, Liber -tarian. So between those two men, you basically have everything that is happening today within the meaning nationalism. Trolling flirting with racism. Contempt for thority skepticism toward the establishment, the two of them had many this agreements and at what point Pat Buchanan turned very Rothbart later. He asked me Roth barreds executor for forgiveness literally getting on his knees and asked him for forgiveness. I broke that news in the book, and that has come down to contemporary terms where the internet with social media allows and this is both a positive and the negative is back in the day. If you were that one person your town with these fringe views you're the freak. But now that one person with their word fringe views in that town can talk to the other person with their word fringe views and the other town or Denmark, or an Asia can put on a purple jacket and show up at the Rubin report, very pull it off. You have to earn this jacket..

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"pat buchanan" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

14:03 min | 3 years ago

"pat buchanan" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"And And now now back that to the. the. Okay. So with that as the backdrop to all of this. And this also explains why when BuzzFeed and huff PO and vox, and the rest of them are writing about you guys, whatever that collective thing is they always get it all sort of wrong because, as you said, they're not part of it. So they just look at the old they must be racist part. Well, they also have an agenda so racist that which is against progressivism. And I have listened books if things that have been called racist, which includes moving into minority neighborhoods, and moving neighborhoods to sing races, and not noticing races milk. Certain dinosaurs, picnic's, what type of dinosaurs racist? Interesting park. One of the dinosaurs was called racist. I'm not sure exactly. Why didn't follow being through the article, so I don't know. Possibly. What's what's his name? Fred. Flintstone pet Dino. He's a bit of a white supremacist just. Unfortunate. So I thought someone has to write this book and also it's a dark space. So I wanted to have people be able to explored in an interesting way, and in a nonthreatening way. Okay. So for people that know nothing about this, the couple groups that you just mentioned, there, dark enlightenment troll community, all of this stuff, can you just kind of breakdown all of it. How did this start? How did you even start caring about it? Were you part of it? What the hell is going on? I was because even for me, I have some basic under this stuff. I'm actually not totally clear on all the sort of markers. And where everybody is online and all that. So it starts grounded in nineteen Ninety-two. When Pat Buchanan who is regarded as a paleo conservative teamed up with Mary Rothbart, who was regarded as a paleo, Liber -tarian. So between those two men, you basically have everything that is happening today within the meaning nationalism. Trolling flirting with race. Contempt for thority skepticism toward the establishment, the two of them had many disagreements. And at what point Pat Buchanan turned, Mary Rothbart later, he asked me raw executor for forgiveness literally getting on his knees and asked him for forgiveness broke that news in the book, and that has come down to contemporary terms where the internet social media lousy. And this is both the positive and the negative is back in the day. If you were that one person your town with these fringe views you're the freak. But now that one person with their word fringe views in that town can talk to the other person with fringe fringes and the other town or Denmark, or an Asia can put on a purple jacket and show up at the Rubin report, very they can't pull it off. You have to earn this jacket. So, but now they have a community and discussion and they can develop an ideology. So what I saw happening as a result of hanging out with the trolls people falling into this group called it was called at the time near reaction, or the dark enlightenment. And it was things like we need to return to monarchy. America is decadent y mar Republic, that's on the verge of destruction. Where was this happening? Where what do you mean forums for all these blogs? It's very HP lovecraft things to know. No, especially it was blogs. Not really Twitter at the time and Facebook groups those with the big ones back then, so this would have been about two thousand thirteen two thousand twelve. Okay. So now some of this stuff starts bubbling up, and you start seeing these communities that sort of don't really align, but have some weird touch point. And what I what do you make those? But what I knew from my you know, I'm a big pop culture, person, obviously. And I knew how culture develops, which is starts at the fringe with the weirdos. And then the edgy people the cool people. Hey, have you heard about this thing, then it becomes more mainstream and then kind of nerds get it? Then the corporations appropriate it and kind of tone it down. Right. So all the intellectual mental, I saw on the right was a result of this stuff..

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"pat buchanan" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"pat buchanan" Discussed on KGO 810

"G, O radio dot com. Join the conversation at eighty eighty eight tenths now. John Rothman on K G O eight ten. In nineteen Ninety-two. Pat Buchanan stood before the Republican national convention. And he said, this my friends this election is about much more than who gets what it's about who we are. It's about what we believe. It's about what we stand for as Americans. Then these words there is a religious war going on in our country for the sole of America. It is a cultural war as critical the kind of nation. We will one day be as a Cold War itself. Let me tell you something Pat Buchanan was right. There is a struggle going on. There is a struggle going on. And I want you all to be aware of the that means Buchanan talked about, and it's become the mantra of the Republican party. Is abortion? They believe that abortion should be outlawed. And what happened Alabama tonight says that? You know in nineteen ninety two Pat Buchanan said he spoke on behalf of twenty five million unborn children destroyed since Roe v. Wade when they call it a holocaust. That's what they mean. And it's a challenge to who. We are as nation. And if I sound emotional about this. Well, I'm as emotional as those who disagree with me. For one five eight zero eight zero eight ten let's go to Rachelle calling from Santa Cruz. Jon taking my call. The question just a few minutes ago is why we're not hearing more women..

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Big Question: In Mueller investigation, what does the President know?

The New Yorker Radio Hour

07:56 min | 3 years ago

Big Question: In Mueller investigation, what does the President know?

"But what exactly did Trump? No. When did he know it how involved was he we don't know yet? And his political future rests on the answers to those questions. Adam Davidson with what we know about the Muller investigation, so far Adam rights are called swamp chronicles, and you can find it at New Yorker dot com. I have with me today. Susan Glasser, and Jeff Toobin both staff writers for the New Yorker who've been covering this story in one way or another for years now almost seems like decades and Susan when you listen to Adam run us through the facts, where do you come down on the crucial question of the president of the United States is involvement. Here what is the likely outcome where that's concerned? You know, I was struck by a couple of things in in Adam's. Excellent report first of all. I think it's important to keep in mind, what did Vladimir Putin and Russia want from Donald Trump and want from the United States throughout this period. And because I think that starts to answer in a very specific way. Why there was a Russian intelligence operation. According to all the US intelligence agencies to manipulate an effect, the twenty sixteen election, not simply to cause chaos as some people have reported on Donald Trump's behalf. They wanted something very specific sanctions relief. Russia took over Crimea in two thousand fourteen invaded its neighbour, Ukraine. That's a conflict that continues today as a result of that. There are these fairly stringent sanctions on Russia. And I believe that was what they talked about it, the Trump Tower meeting, and I think the record is very likely to show that Trump was privately as well as publicly receptive to the idea that he was receiving some support from the Russians in an exchange was willing to consider lifting. These sanctions Susan there's been a lot of concern that William bar, the president's nominee for attorney general will not in the end even release Muller's findings or it might have to go. Through the attorney general, and he'll issue some kind of a version or summary of it. What do you expect us to actually get when the Muller investigation is over? What what will we receive? Will it be leaked in? Will. We find out everything we want to. It's not at all clear is the answer because we have not had a situation that exactly mirrors this one. There's no set law or template that applies to this. But I think most people believe that there's really no way to fully cover this up at this point. And that the the information one way or the other is going to come out, and I think that is a reasonable expectation. Jeff, you agree. Mostly I, you know. I've been burned so many times say well, Donald Trump can't possibly do acts does acts. So the idea that the Trump administration would use concepts like classified information executive privilege the existence of pending investigations to limit the disclosure in Muller's report is not out of the question to me. And even though it's true that even some Republicans as well as virtually all Democrats have said, they think ballers report should be made public. You know, more or less in its entirety. If Barr says, no, what are they going to do about it too lenient remedy minority? Latian that's put forth by Chuck Grassley. Who's not exactly a man of the left and Richard Blumenthal? Who's a democrat? Obviously that requires the final report. He submitted to congress and the public now that may not pass. But it gives you some sense of the inclination to at the very least leak it. Well, there could also be a supreme court fight over which would really put us in echoes of Watergate territory and arguably it was Nixon's. Fight over the release of the tapes. And when it finally got to the supreme court in involved all three branches of government. That was really, you know, the beginning of the end game for him. Now, the president's numbers all kinds of numbers have been eroding eroding. They're all his negatives are much higher than his his positives. His cO even his core basis is kind of gotten to thirty percent level. That's no way to win election and the election campaign has begun assuming he gets past these investigations in the house, assuming he gets past the mullahs report he'll be damaged in many ways. We're already seeing candidates come out on the democratic side. And we even hear about the possibility of a Republican challenging the president in his own party. What are Donald Trump's election prospects? Well, first of all, I think you're right to spotlight the possibility of Republican challenge, even if it's not successful recent history suggests this is the the the one fairly sure fire way in which incumbent presidents lose reelection is when they are weakened from within their own party. Obviously that was the story of Jimmy Carter in one thousand nine hundred eighty beaten up by Ted Kennedy, even though Kennedy didn't win and goes on to lose to Ronald Reagan, George H W Bush had the Pat Buchanan insurgency from within his party, it becomes a one term president or you could have an LBJ lake scenario in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight where the president chose not to run again while facing increasing discord and division from within his own party. I think both of those are real scenarios Jeff same question. Well, I I just, you know, given my credentials as someone who was disastrously totally wrong about the two thousand sixteen election. I wasn't alone. But I was. I think reports of Donald Trump's political death have been greatly exaggerated. I think his poll numbers while somewhat weaker. I think the real story is how little they've changed. Not how much they've changed a me strongly agree with that the day he took office after election election in which you'll recall he won his popularity was roughly forty percent it's been as high as forty five it's been down to forty thirty five. But I mean, it's really, you know, depending on which Paul it really hasn't changed that much. And that's you know, it was enough to win as for the Democrats. I mean, I suppose the good news is there's no one candidate who was his target who he can, you know, start Channing lock him or her up. The bad news is there's no candidate. So the idea that Donald Trump is going to. To lose to some miscellaneous person whose identity we have no idea about who it is. I just think, you know, most presidents get reelected. Is is the drama of the possibility of Muller getting fired by Trump? Now overdue think yes, I really think the odds of him being dismissed are essentially zero now release of the report that's a different story and we've discussed the complexity there, but Muller is going to be allowed to finish this investigation. I have no

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"pat buchanan" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

17:38 min | 3 years ago

"pat buchanan" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Those for the wealthy and Democrats were basically urging Obama to let them all expire. So that all the tax cuts we go away and come back and just fight for the to restore the lower ones. Even though the House Republicans have just take control of the house much difficult and what he did at the end. And I don't think this was not really recognized at the time. Was he put together a package negotiating with Mitch McConnell where he added a lot more middle class, low income tax rates physicians are the ones that were expiring that we created sort of a mini stimulus Bill, and he allowed the Bush tax cuts for the wealthy to continue. And that was a risk on his part because it was hard to see for progressivism for Democrats to see the benefit of the full package. And he couldn't talk about it, even as a new stimulus because that would have killed the deal. It was like a secret stimulus package, and so that was a risky took. And I remember. I remember hearing about the package and the details, and I was on. I think I was on NPR. And I believe I was on with Ezra Klein now at its vox and both of us came into the show thinking that Obama had not gotten a good deal. This has been a a cave-in. But then we start out on the show itself as we're being asked about it. We start looking at the details on what he got this tax break that tax break earning contacts credit for the poor and we kinda like on air turned a little bit. So why wait a second? If you do the numbers he's got like five times four times as much tax relief for the poor and middle class Americans that is going to the wealthy, and he may have snookered Mitch McConnell here. So, but the only he could have done that was by not talking about that term. So that's why that was sort of risk that he was willing to take take the blows from his own side to do what he thought was right from policy perspective, Lorenza Vero beach. Florida email. Do you have any political aspirations or are you content in your role as an investigative journalist? Well, you know, they all say, I'm not going to say never. I've noticed blurry committee notify plans as they have no plans at this point in time to run for anything. No doubt about it. Only the way that anybody else has I've never really been drawn to that. I'm not Pat Buchanan, although he did pretty well. Running for president. I do think though, it would be interesting. I'm not saying about a presidential run if reporters if journalists investigators people with that mindset. Actually, tried in politics and ran local officer. You know, that would be interesting to see what someone like that would do. In office. I'm really glad that you know, if you look at the the new the New Democrats who are coming in. So a group of people it's just amazing in terms of diversity. And but also diversity in background, you know, a lot less. Just straight lawyers a lot less people who've who've just been, you know, career politicians, and I don't use that. In a pejorative way, we have a lot of career politicians do great stuff. So I mean, having a congress, you know, we talked about having a congress that looks like America. And the Democrats are working a lot more than the Republicans. But looking like America in terms of your professional experience. So I don't know you're going to run for something. Peter. You know, I think you'll probably agree with this. I've really come to the conclusion, I don't often voice opinions. But. It takes a lot of courage to put yourself in the ring regardless of position, regardless of how you feel philosophy. It takes a lot to put yourself out there. No need a tremendously thick skin in it. The work itself is hard. I mean, I don't think people. I mean, we can we can yell at about congress not doing this not doing that. But the actual day to day task of being a congressperson or Senator is hard. I mean in part, it's because of the money raising as well because they spent so much time doing something that a lot of them really hate to do. But just the scheduling, and the there are so many complicated issues out there and to be caught up on them. I mean, I'm very frustrated when I go to hearings and watch hearings on C span. And you see like these members questioning Mark Zuckerberg like, oh, so on Facebook, I can send someone message. I mean, it's like, okay. Maybe if we had somebody who had had a career and cyber or something or media, they might get to the point quicker and better. So, but it is hard to do. And it's got to take a risk to do it. You gotta you know, if you lose it doesn't help your career. That's for damn sure often. So I don't know. But I would I liked the idea of having a people's house with people in it. Help us to understand Washington mister corn. Are you do, you know, Pat Buchanan at all you would you consider him a friend of yours? No, no, no. I would say I'm friendly with Pat Pat did a radio show. Years ago. You can't even friends it was three hours, but it was like crossfire each hour being a different subject, and there'd be Pat is the conservative than you would have a liberal co host which would change, and then there'd be a liberal guests in a conservative guest on give an issue of that our, and I was one of the rotating co host with Pat, and so we would fence a little bit, and I would grow the conservative, and he would drove a liberal. And I've always said this that I thought was easy fun to work with he was joyful and his political. Boxing skills. He really liked the good fight. And he liked to a strong opponent. He didn't wanna. Make it easier for himself. So I always. No, I I agree with him on positions. No, I didn't agree with him on positions. There was the issues have been raised about whether he was an anti Semite or engaged in anti-semitism and. Personally. I didn't sense there's any animus towards him towards, you know, anybody because of their religion creed color, background, whatever. But I actually wrote a one or two pieces which I try to understand the accusations of anti-semitism against him. And I just came to the belief that he was a tribalist. He really felt that like his tribe working class. White Catholics was at war or not competed with other tribes and life in the world was zero sum game. And one group got ahead only at the expense of another. And you know, if you wanna call that, antisemitism, racism, whatever you can. But that was how I saw him. But I anyway, I got along with that. And I've gotten along with a lot of conservatives in town, all but some. I've worked with. Shows. And so on. I find now the coach of Washington, though, has changed. It used to be a lot more the divide. You still be more Republican democrat conservative liberal? And now, it's you know, Trump has made it what I would call rational irrational. What will you could say Trump when anti Trump, and so find myself having a jolly old time with people like Charlie sites and max boot, and Jennifer Rubin and Bill Kristol, Michael Steele, all Republican conservatives who have, you know, moved away from the Republican party because of Trump, and I do think in our political culture that's become the dividing line now less so conservative liberal. It's an interesting shift. I don't know if it holds beyond the Trump years. What does it mean we have one hour left in our conversation with author David corn? He mentioned that he. He was at the Miami book fair he and his co author on Russian roulette Michael Isikoff were down there. We want to show you a little bit of their talk. This is mostly Michael Isikoff. And then we'll be back live again. And. Of in depth. Not live no calls. Please doubled. UCSB promotion. I just want to start out talking a little bit about recent events. First of all, obviously, we're all sort of on pins and needles to see how the Robert Mueller investigation is going to reach its Graham conclusion. There are a lot of signs out there about some. Indictments to come perhaps imminent of a few other characters who we talk about in the book. And then there's the question of will. He have a report that we'll see about everything he's found in in the course of his investigation. But. However that plays out. And I wish I could tell you. We know we don't. We have some clues. But. We've all been wrong before. Speaking for yourself. Okay. We do know a lot. And we know lots on folded, and I just just I just wanna talk about. The events over the last week because I think there are so illustrious. You know, we can't tell you. Whether Muller is going to find the smoking gun, the conclusive, Email or intercept that will show Donald Trump or somebody in his campaign was actively communicating or coordinating with the Russians during the two thousand sixteen election. But whenever you have questions about that. Nobody fuels the story and gives it further legs better than Donald Trump himself and go back to last weekend in Paris, the one hundredth anniversary ceremony commemorating, the armistice that ended World War One. A very somber ceremony. I don't know. How many of you watched it, you know? And there's you know, Trump, you know, glumly sitting there being lectured to by mccrone about patriotism and nationalism and looking very out of sorts through the whole thing. And then suddenly his eyes light up and he breaks out into spontaneous smile, something you almost never see with Donald Trump. And why there's Ladimir Putin looking at them just a couple of seats away. And Putin gives him the fun that thumbs up. I mean, you know, we've all scratched our head trying to understand this strange weird relationship between the president of the United States and the president of the Russian federation. Why he's the one guy. Trump seems to be. So Fonda so protective of so friendly with he could denounce Justin Trudeau in Canada that great threat to American. American sovereignty. But he's always there to stand by Ladimir Putin. We've got we we go into a lot about the Trump Putin relationship in the book. But I mean, it is it is behavior like that. That just spontaneous smile at the sight of Vladimir Putin that raises so many questions about what's going on here. And I'll just cap it with just the other day after Trump had to sit through hours of preparations with his lawyers for answering Robert Muller's questions, you know, something that clearly enrages him and causes him to go on this tweet storm once again, denouncing Muller the witch hunt, the angry, Democrats, it was all a setup. Why aren't they investigating Hillary Clinton? And right in the middle of that he throws in a line. Why didn't the FBI get the DNC server and? For those of you follow this closely. There's only one reason to throw that in there. And that is to somehow raise doubt about whether the Russians did this at all. And this comes after you, not just the unanimous findings of the US intelligence community that the Russians hacked the DNC the Russians gave the emails to WikiLeaks. The Russians engaged in this disinclination campaign the Russians exploited American social media. They did it all but also the unbelievable indictment that Muller brought last summer against identifiable Russian military intelligence agents that laid out chapter and verse who did it how they did it. The actual quotes from the intercepted emails of the Russians communicating with each other and with WikiLeaks, delivering the stolen DNC. Emails to Julian Assange at WikiLeaks on July fourteenth two thousand sixteen barely a week before. Wikileaks dumps it on the eve of the convention, and yet there's Donald Trump who's been breath on this multiple times. Laying all the evidence out clinging to this idea that somehow it was that proverbial four hundred pound guy in the living room on his sofa who's responsible for the whole thing. What what Trump aided and abetted was a federal crime Muller has brought a indictment of identifiable people for violating federal law. The Russian military intelligence agents who stole those the NC emails, by the way, a massively larger theft than the than the Watergate burglars who stole from the DNC in one thousand nine hundred seventy two. It was a theft of internal documents and then use for political effect. But I want to switch the conversation a little bit to how the US government here and its response because I think we document in the book that this was a while all this was going on everything that David talked about. There was a really major intelligence failure by the US government comparable in many ways to the intelligence failure that led up to the events of nine eleven and a major policy failure by the Obama administration as well in its response. But let's talk about the intelligence failure. To begin with as we talk about in the book there were multiple warnings that the US intelligence community had about what the Russians were up to. We talk about a write about a secret source inside the Kremlin in two thousand fourteen who was laying it all out to a US government official about what Putin was up to about the plans that Russian intelligence had to destabilise western democracies, including the United States, cyber attacks disinformation propaganda, all of that was being communicated. This secret source was telling the US government. You don't understand what's going on here. There is something very big. There's something very major that is being planned and all this was being communicated back to Washington. Two senior government officials who frankly really weren't paying sufficient attention. And that was David corns co author Michael Isikoff. He's written two books with Mr. corn Russian roulette and hubris Mr. corn who was Ted shaklee. And why was he worthy of a book? Ted Shankly was the subject of my first book called blonde ghost..

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"Five one three seven four nine seven thousand. He got a tip or something. Give us a call. We'll get you out there. We want to hear from you. Yeah. Let me rock and roll with the calls. We got about ten or eleven lines all lit up in this Jack asses on that AT and baseball Dave ever gets more than one or two callers. I mean, they're they're the idiots idiots. I mean, you saw tonight Bradley, it's like every night the phone bites up in here's something I can tell you guys what I did on social media. The people absolutely rave about our caller how much fun and entertaining. And here's one of them James Jimmy right here. I get such great feedback. Jimmy with all the callers from all around the country and social media. I mean, these these Facebook whoever they are treating to be dignified everybody. Here's all your calls all night, five one witness pretty much unheard of all night show. I wanted to quickly know, you're you're jammed up bet one Wayne Allyn root, and you hit a lot of it. But we got the democrat been off the rails in the first twenty four hour. We'll cover this more next week other screaming cuss words that Trump. That's a new low for. Yep. Impeach him on absolutely not nothing. We we got the dancing Cortez gal up there in New York City saying that she wants to raise businessman, which businessman's taxes with ninety two percents. So they can't trade him anymore. Hey, now, wait a second. Actually, I'm in favor of she raised the taxes on. Who's at dumb ass? Governor coamo raise it on Cohen, Bloomberg and the Amazon jackass it owns the Washington Post. And you know that fake environmentalist Schumer the whole crew hell, I go along with their man tax ahead of those idiots. Well, the weight grade congressman. Traffic every became the strength in the last few months, but his wife and groping places because he had a little bit of an eye providence. Right. He said his dad told him a poor, man. Never gave me a job. Dad was a truck driver, so petty most businessmen you need to keep them down at very low percentage. So they can create the job that's just ridiculous. But we're going to have this craziness. Let me just comment real quickly on something. I'm concerned about you remember during the campaign Trump and rand Paul said that Hillary and Obama committed I created ISIS now what they meant by that instead of bringing equipment with us Obama left. One billion dollars worth of tank shirts has got control of it. Now, then we're hearing now John Bolton today says if if Assad uses gas on his people all we're gonna we're gonna Tak everything's off the table. Well, a lot of people think the second the first and second attacks were done by ISIS backed by the dark side of the CIA against Assad. So they could attacking Trump did a half-hearted little pinprick when they didn't let them, but let me finish up by reminding people this on these gas attacks were Obama or now Bolton says if you do it. Yes attack. We can do anything you in the last time. They did this Dave Tucker Carlson with retired army Colonel MacGregor on his show that it looked like a false flag. That's right. That's right. So did Ann Coulter to some extent lower, Pat Buchanan, Ron Paul congressman Thomas Massie of Norling, touchy and congressman palsy gamblers democrat from what there's going to be a big rebellion. If there's another gas that because it makes no sense thought to do it. No, I'm with Trump Trump in frustration today. When I was watching the news, I think fought teddy on and he and frustration said, I don't want to stay in ISIS. I don't want to stay in Syria. And I don't either neither to most into trouble there. You can get back in and one day. I'm with Trump on this. And I would next time he or talk to Wayne Allyn root. I'd be interested in what he thinks on the pulling out of Afghanistan and theory, because he always has an interesting opinion. Well, hey, Jamie. Let me let you fly, man. I appreciate your commentary, and I'll I'll talk more on the debate on that day. There's a lot to debate. But I just wanted to open that up in breast your fingers up because you gotta play the organ. Okay. Let me hit a plow. Boy, I'm gonna let him wrap up because he got started a wound up and then he held on. Why we got Wayne on their plow? Boy, go ahead. You're back on eighteen things. Again. I'll be really quick advert been onto a very different radios today listening and. Hey are really coming out off the.

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