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"philip wegmann" Discussed on KGO 810

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08:38 min | 2 years ago

"philip wegmann" Discussed on KGO 810

"Samir tweets out, Ethan Bearman. President George Hw Bush is going to his final place of rest. You know, we talk about and I mentioned this. I'm like, yeah. He's the last president that I remember there were things said about him. But we didn't seem like people just outright hated him. And it seems like ever since then there's been in my lifetime. A lot of hatred filled. Wegmann has a great piece in the Washington Examiner revisiting in civility and he's joining me on the phone right now. Phillip thanks for coming on the show today. Hey, anytime. Yeah. It's good to talk to you. So it's interesting you go through the Italian tell me a little bit about this President Trump. And and first lady Trump Malania also sat next all these former presidents and people made a lot about it during President, George H W Bush's funeral and walk me through the some of the incivility that people brought up or in your column because I thought it was an actually I got a good Chuck chocolate of it too. So I appreciate it. Thanks. So we the scene is that when you've got Trump and the first lady they walked to the front of the sanctuary, and he sit down next to you that Clinton's the Obamas and the Carters and everyone on Twitter all of a sudden decided to dig up some of the statements that Trump had made about each of them. You know, Obama he said wasn't legitimate president Carter he said was one of the worst presidents ever be in the Oval Office, Hillary Clinton, he said deserve to be in jail. And I think that a lot of people look at those statements, and then they sort of interpreted these sort of ashen grief-stricken expressions. They were on the faces of that presidents club as to make a statement about just how in civil and awful things have become and I think that that is I think that's a wrong interpretation here. Clearly, there's incivility among these presidents. But I think that anyone who wants to argue the incivility started with Trump is completely missing the Mark. And that's a problem because if you blame a Trump for the incivility, and you don't see him rather as a product of the sort of coarsening American politics that we've had for the last couple of decades, and you're not going to solve the problem when he eventually leaves the White House. Yeah. I think that's a really important point Philip Wegmann is joining me on the phone from the Washington Examiner. I see it the exact same way. I think he's a symptom as opposed to the cause right? I mean, we we've seen this building for you. Years this level of and that's why I keep talking about with president. I my first presidential election. I voted in was in ninety two and I didn't hate George H W Bush. I just thought that Bill Clinton was a better choice. I mean, it really honestly, I didn't hate him. And then it just kept getting worse from there. So this is this is something that's been building up. But you have some I hope you can give me a couple of these historic history. I'm trying to say historical and hysterical all at the same time. So they're hysterical. Historical examples of what previous presidents have said. Because it's really not unique at all. What's going on right now? Yeah. And it's not unique in recent history. And then it's also not unique and more distant history. If you look at Obama and Clinton in two thousand and eight presidential primary he said of Hillary Clinton that she would say anything to get elected. She said of Obama, he was basically an empty suit full of all sorts of high sign high-sounding rhetoric, but wasn't able to get anything done. That's that's decently nasty. But if you if you will back even further though, I mean, if you look at what happened in the nineteen seventies for crying out loud. You Lyndon B Johnson saying Gerald Ford. Remember, Gerald Ford was a linebacker at the university of Michigan during his collegiate career, and you have LBJ sane of Gerald Ford p play too much football his helmet off. I mean that's tree in civil. And then you if you go back even farther, I mean, one of my favorites is you've got Andrew Jackson saying that he only has two regrets that he didn't shoot. Henry clay, many didn't hang John. C? Calhoun, remember, John Calvin was his vice president. So you know, we kind of laugh at those sticks and stones now. But for us to pretend that what is happening with Trump into unique is completely wrong. Obviously, he's more direct. I don't think he's clever, but this sort of incivility is nothing new politicians are self interested people, and occasionally they can be nasty. The real problem begins when it's not just politicians who are throwing these barbs at each other. But when you have neighbors who won't even talk to each other because of their political disagreements, oh, boy, I mean, and that's the truth. Philip Weltman is joining me on the phone from the Washington Examiner right now. And that's the part that that concerns me is that we have hit a fever pitch of an inability to communicate with one another. Now, maybe we always harbored some of these things. And maybe it's better that some of it is out in the open. So we can talk about it. But the fact that we aren't even able to have the conversation is what bothers me, you know, I get I get pilloried by some people for going on Fox News FOX business because I'm left of center, right? And they're like how can you do that? And I'm always like, no because we have to have the conversation. How else do we communicate with one another present different arguments? Have the argument understand our own arguments better if we can't even talk about it, it just it. It scares me when I hear that. Absolutely. We're at this moment. Now, where there are so many different options, and that sort of multitude of options when it comes to where you get your news is a good thing because even get multiple perspectives. The flip side of that coin as you can also go to the perspective that you believe and get your news from a single source that is that that can be incredibly damaging if you're looking not necessarily to learn something new, but rather to have your own bias confirmed. And so, yeah, it's important to talk to the other side. Yeah, I think it is. So you know, when when you look at this in in your experience in writing we we did have periods though, where it's kind of waxes and wanes at apps it flows. Whatever colloquial colloquialism we wanna use. But the point is, you know, while Reagan there was heated opposition to him to he worked with tip O'Neill in Bill Clinton while while the Republicans impeach him. He figured out how to get some stuff done with Newt Gingrich. So there were to get things done. Do you have any optimism with? Nancy Pelosi coming in who will be speaker of the house cutting some deals with President Trump will not too long ago. He's talking to, you know, senior member of House Republicans, and and they made the nation. And when it comes to Democrats Nancy Pelosi has to make a decision chicken, either make this a legislative congress or she can make this an investigative congress. My thought is that with all of the house oversight committee is gearing up to dig into Trump's tax returns to dig into some of his business dealings. They were going to have more of an investigative congress. But she your point Earlier Clinton was able to work with Gingrich and ninety six and Reagan was able to work with tip O'Neill. I think that there's going to be competing incentives on both sides. Democrats clearly have you know, some of their own priorities that they would like to get into law. Perhaps and infrastructure package. But the flip side of that is that there's going to come that comes with us are certain risks. Which is that they could sort of Trump's stock as a dealmaker. My thought though is if you look at in in ninety six when Gingrich comes in he sort of has to moderate his town to work with Republicans in the house, and that moderation. I think that that sets the stage for his reelection. He would be surprising. But it would not be impossible for Trump to sort of do the same thing maybe work on the margins where he can to actually get some get some much across the finish line. I mean as an American citizen, I I hope that they can find some areas of compromise. Like an infrastructure Bill is something that we absolutely desperately need in this country as is evidenced on a daily basis with infrastructure failures that we have. So I hope they figure that out Phillip Wegmann Washington Examiner. Philip is always great to have you on. Thanks for your time. Appreciate it. Yeah. For sure have a going. Yeah. You too. Thank you fill up and coming up in just a moment. We've got to get into this. 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"philip wegmann" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

06:39 min | 2 years ago

"philip wegmann" Discussed on KGO 810

"Coming up in just a few minutes. We're going to take him with Phil Wegmann from the Washington Examiner thing about incivility in DC, and we can point fingers everywhere. We were just talking with Carla Marinucci from Politico's California playbook because apparently there is a battle shaping up for state GOP chair. And it's funny. I. My friends who are Republicans not not necessarily some mistake. Mistake. When I pick on the Republican party. I actually while. I'm not a Republican. And I've said this many times, I think this is really important. And I wish more of my friends on the left would hear this and understand the importance of a two. We need. It's actually healthy for us for our Representative democracy. Or in California, we actually borderline on a direct democracy and a lot of ways with our initiative process to have. An opposition who is organized and has ideas in his able to convey them effectively because it requires us if we're the we're on the other side from them. To be better at what we would you be sharper? Do you have a better formulated plan to be more responsible more accountable? I've said this before I lived in Texas with the Republicans on everything. And it's equally bad from the opposite end of how bad they can be 'cause they're not held to account. They don't have an opposition party to hold them accountable to debate to challenge to win that they're actually fighting over districts, and so they have to have a really good plan in place and have to be clear in how they communicate. Grew up in a place like Minnesota, where it's it's really a pitched battle between Republicans and Democrats in it's going back and forth and Republican governor democrat, governor Republican governor and a democrat governor and Republican and a democrat Republican democrat independent in Jesse Ventura. Which I think is really healthy. It really keeps people on their toes needs to be good at it. And so when I talk about the fact that I'm looking at these three people who are running apparently for the state Republican chair. I mike. I don't see other Republicans. Are we're going recover. Not while this continues Travis Alan you remember when I interviewed him on the show he was angry an angry human being. Doesn't like people from other countries period. My impression was he doesn't like legal immigration, let alone undocumented migrants doesn't like any of them is how it sure felt talking to him that guys in the running to be the state GOP chair. We just found out yesterday that one of the people who worked on this, Texas State GOP's plank document, it's every political party has a document that states. This is our platform. This is what we stand for this. What we believe in he openly admitted this JAMA, white nationalist. That's in Texas. Really republicans. This is where you wanna go. Is down that path. Where? Yup. We're we. We are so marginalized we're going to allow those people to rise up. Now. I don't believe Steve Frank is. These are super conservative. But again, if you're if you're denying the fact that President Trump is only popular in small corners of this state. So the Republican I if you just want to give up the state of California, you'll continue down that path the the Trump route. The Republicans lack a message of trying to convince. Undecideds middle of the roads. Whatever Democrats who were unhappy with their party, what their message messages, and why they would want to go down the Republican path. And, you know, David Hadley at all, I know nothing of him. And it's just he he claims that he's a big tent Republican. Here's a quote in politico. I'm running to unite the big ten coalition that is the Republican party at its best. I'm not running to advocate for particular strand republicanism great, well, maybe out of the three that sounds like the best. But again, a bunch of older white guys not that there's again, there's nothing wrong with. But if that's all you got. That's it. Nothing else. You've stopped reaching out to Hispanic groups which president W Bush was the last Republican to do a good job of that that's more than ten years ago. Now. That's more than ten years ago. The Republic you've just given up on any minority group. What is this? There's been some effort, I know in California with certain Asian groups been you failed at that. Republican party is just not doing it. And again for my friends who are Democrats saying wasps good? No, you're your own party becomes corrupted that point, and you're not held due account because you own everything nobody's holding you responsible and the system and the machine takes over. I I don't think that's healthy either. I've just I've seen it on both sides of seen it in other ways. And when it's just a hegemony it ends up. Just not being a good thing for anybody, including the party. That's in power. It's not good for them either because they become corrupt or they become Lazier. They become. You're responsible. Implode. I mean, remember the Republicans had big control of the state thirty years ago. Thirty five years ago. The Republicans did. Wasn't Democrats Republicans were doing really well here in statewide offices that that's just simply not the case anymore. So it would be good. If the Republicans would pull it together and figure out. Yeah, we actually care about minorities, but mob, we're gonna hate people who speak a different language practices different. Religion different food. Do things the way I do it. They're I'm gonna hate. Well, good. Luck us can continue becoming less relevant. I hope they figure that out soon. I really genuinely do I want that to happen? All right coming up next hour. We're gonna give away tickets to the Commonwealth club. And to kick off the our Philip Wegmann commentary writer for the Washington Examiner talking about incivility and it didn't start with Trump four one five eighty.

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"philip wegmann" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"philip wegmann" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Now, listen, there is no bigger Amazon booster on planet earth. And I I one of the first probably think one thousand prime members I am a huge Amazon fan. I love what they do. I am. I'm an Amazon defender, but this is not capitalism. This is not the free market at work. This is the government giving subsidies and goodies to accompany to draw them so particular area, and as I mentioned yesterday, there's a great irony and the folks who are in New York and DC these these major Democrats New York in Virginia. These folks talking about how big business is terrible and needs to be regulated in tax. But then when we want to bring some jobs to town, we need to get rid of the regulations, and we need to get rid of the taxes. So well, guys, you know, it'd be a great way to draw lots of business. Your town would be to get rid of these regulations and taxes for everyone crony capitalism is indeed alive and well in democratic areas, like New York and northern Virginia. This used to be called corruption. Right. This used to just be called corruption or at the very least it was considered economic fascism. If you go back to the actual fascist system economics under both the Mussalini Italian system and the Nazi German system. If you look at how they ran economics is basically the government subsidizing particular firms with tax payer dollars and giving me all sorts of goodies and freedom from regulation in return for those companies doing good things for a particular administration or for the government itself. This is the same sort of economics. It's kind of hilarious that these Democrats who spend all their days decrying corruption. Of of corporations, you know, the entire walkie pie Wall Street movement. They pretend that this is like Amazon's fall, this isn't the Amazon's fault. This is the government's fault for deciding to go out of its way to pay Amazon to do things if the government we're not a giant grab bag of cash. Amazon would have no capacity to grab the cash now. This did lead to a little bit of confusion yesterday on the right because Alexandra Okaz Cortez. We talked about yesterday tweeted out that Amazon is a billion dollar company, and it shouldn't receive hundreds of millions of dollars in tax breaks. And a lot of people on Alexandra Cossio Cortez. She's on our side. Well, in the same way that Occupy Wall street was not on our side. Alexander Akhazia Cortez is not on our side. It's not the Democrats like Alexandria, a caused of Cortez want less. Government intervention in the economy far from it. She wants the government to actually take over particular industries, and she doesn't she's not even against crony capitalism. She's very much in favor of it when it favors firms that she likes just doesn't like Amazon Philip Wegmann of the Washington Examiner points out that are caused Cortez. Her website explicitly calls for the electrification of vehicles, sustainable, home heating, distributed, rooftop, solar generation, and the conversion of the power.

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"philip wegmann" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

08:50 min | 2 years ago

"philip wegmann" Discussed on KGO 810

"Eighty eight ten coming up in about twelve thirteen minutes talking about teachers strike how much are we supposed to be paying the teachers? Oh, I got a lot of family in their educational business. Have some strong thoughts. Curious what you think is? Well, we're gonna hit the big announcements with our own Clark read from apple some big things were announced today. So I can't wait to find out. What those are let's kick it off. We got the elections coming up big big big midterms. The odds are that the Democrats retake the house plot Republicans have some seats that they think they can flip. Joining me from the Washington Examiner is Philip Wegmann felt great to talk to you today. Thanks for coming on again. Yeah. Always. So it's so funny. I honestly when I first saw your article Philip, I was like, wait Republicans have seats. They're gonna flip in and I had to stop and think, of course, we keep hearing that the Democrats are going to take the house. The Senate me maybe not. But the house seems to be, you know, mathematically, pretty high five thirty eight. I think says it's seventy eight point five percent. But there are seats that the Republicans are counting on taking tell me about this. That's right. And I think it's interesting because you have been all right on the head. There are almost seems like two different universes of political analysis right now, there's everyone who is focused on the house, which you correctly pointed out probably going to see a big swing towards democratic control. But then in the Senate in the Senate, it's a completely different scenario because the map is stack in Republican favor right now, there are ten Democrats running for reelection in states that Trump carried and so while House Republicans are freaking out over in the Senate. Mitch McConnell is feeling pretty good. Not just that he's going to hold onto his majority. But I think he thinks he has an opportunity to expand it, and he's already putting money on the table. So can I I want to jump right into one of the states with you Philip because you made a statement that I was like. Don't count your chickens before they had back then. And the Washington Examiner misery for name because I don't think anybody can forget what Representative Todd akin sad against Claire mccaskill Steven you said Howley won't make an idiot comments. Care. Dangerous when you're dealing with with politicians of either side, Missouri. Obviously one of these states that McConnell thinks he can maybe get a win year. He dropped one point eight million dollars through his Senate leadership line, which is the super Pac aligned with him. And they're going to be spending on behalf of on behalf of Holly. My thought here's luck mccaskill is not necessarily the best politician. But when she ran in two thousand twelve she had the good fortune of running against hot ache, and who we all know made that ridiculous and horrific remark when he was talking about abortion not being necessary. Because sometimes and either his words he said sometimes when quote legitimate rape happened there, the female body has a way of shutting that down. So obviously mccaskill was able to capitalize on that ridiculous remark. They had been neck in neck until that moment. And then she immediately catapult twelve Hawley. He is the state attorney general he's a lawyer he's paid to talk. He's a much better candidate. And I think that we're going to see a very competitive race there so long as like you said so long as there are no, no, no big gaffe. Again, you can't until the actual day of the election. You can't go too far. Like, you said, it doesn't matter what political party you're talking about Philip Wegmann from the Washington Examiner is during we were talking about some seats that the Republicans are counting on flipping here in mid terms coming up, I wanna I wanna skip over Indiana for because West Virginia is such an interesting. State to talk about because Joe mansions been around there for eternity. And he's like. And so Joe Manchin is definitely one herbal. You look at the numbers. This is a state that Trump won by a little avalanche forty two point two points. And right now matching is leading in the polls by about eight eight percent. But it's interesting because you know, this is a state that Trump won so significantly. This is a state. They're they're coal industry has sort of recovered. We've seen something like twenty three percent growth in the fossil fuel industry. They're just as a result of Trump's election economy is improving very deep red state. You can't ask for more deep red state. And yet you got this excellent candidate Patrick Morrissey, easily, you know, the state attorney general, and yet you see McConnell dropping eight hundred thousand dollars on this race, which is not as much as what are you spending in Missouri or Indiana. And my thought here is that it's because Trump loves West Virginia. Trump has been there three times already. He just had his rally for Morrissey not long ago, and he's he's Trump's own family, John junior in particular, they traveled to the state all the time to stump for more. See? So my thought is that McConnell thinks that perhaps Morrissey is capable of points went off on his own. But again mansion is very popular in the state. So it's going to be one to watch it is that's actually interesting because I I've felt that he's more vulnerable than the polls show too just because of Trump. I mean like you said forty two percent margin of victory forty two point margin of victory in twenty s for Trump just seems like they would maybe the other way. Now, the last one I want to talk about Philip Wegmans juryman from from the Washington Examiner. We're talking about seats that the Republicans want to pick up in the midterms for the Senate. I've spent a fair amount of time in North Dakota in my life. It's a very unique state where it's not really read. It's not really blue. They're really, you know, it's it's hard to pin them down that way. Although the state has changed a lot. With the oil, boom. So that has caused some changes, but Heidi Heitkamp, she seems fairly popular. But the polls are showing that it might go Republican. And that's what's really interesting because if you look at a lot of us northern states, you know, think about tester think about Heidi Heitkamp, you would think okay there s northwestern place. You know, maybe they're they're sort of, you know, salt of the earth conservative people who kind of have a reaction against, you know, some Liberal Democrats. But I think with high camp, I think that the real secret year is I just wanna be senators who gets things done for her state, and when you have a sparsely populated place. I mean, you do need to go to the Senate office to get things done whether it's an infrastructure project, or whether it's actually dealing with the federal government. And so I think that high camp, you know, she has done a good job of criticizing the president when she runs up against him. But she's also been slightly. You know? A positive at times. And so you know, I can't right now. She's she's definitely neck and neck with Kramer, who is the former state rep. Very interesting here. But I was telling because McConnell, he put three hundred fifty thousand dollars on the table here. So I think he's still is expecting to see more out of hiking. Challender Kramer before he goes on. If I may when we have time for about thirty more seconds here. Philip, but it's neck and neck in North Dakota. I guess I didn't realize it was that tight. Yeah. Yeah. The real clear policy average has Kramer up by half of a percentage point. So which is which is kind of boggling, you would think that this would be a prime pickup opportunity. But again in North Dakota. I don't think I don't think that the same sort of partisan bitter acrimonious attacks out and say work as well as say in Missouri or West Virginia, these people want to be left alone. They want to be able to work hard and do their own thing. I think the day are insulated from a lot of bitterness and vitriol here in Washington DC. Yeah. I absolutely agree. Really, always appreciate your time. Philip Wegmann Washington Examiner. Appreciate you coming on. And talking about these seats that the Republicans might pick up in the Senate. Yeah. Of course, thanks for having me. Absolutely. Always good to talk to you. Philip Wegmann Washington Examiner are coming up and just to say. More teachers strikes, right? Even when they strike Americans is we love our teachers unions, maybe not so much. But where do we stand in terms of supporting our teachers right now because there's there's a lot of pressure going on curious to hear your thoughts. Four one five eight hundred eighty eight ten environment on cagey L, eight ten. Taking a look at.

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"philip wegmann" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

08:59 min | 2 years ago

"philip wegmann" Discussed on KGO 810

"Jio a tenth studio number four one five eighty eighty eight ten coming up in about twelve thirteen minutes. Sorry about teachers strike. Are we supposed to be paying the teachers? Oh, I got a lot of family in the educational business. Have some strong thoughts. Curious what you think is well at the big announcements with our own Clark read from apple some big things were announced today. So I can't wait to find out. What those are let's kick it off. We get the elections coming up big big big midterms. The odds are that the Democrats retake the House Republicans have some seats that they think they can flip. Joining me from the Washington Examiner is Philip Wegmann filled. Great to talk to you today. Thanks for coming on again. Yeah. Always. So it's so funny. I honestly when I first saw your article Philip, I was like, wait Republicans have seats are gonna flip in and I had to stop and think, of course, there are seats at three probably because you keep hearing that the Democrats are gonna take the house. The Senate me maybe not so much. But the house seems to be mathematically pretty high five thirty eight. I think says it's seventy eight point five percent. But there are seats that the Republicans are counting on taking tell me about this. That's right. I think it's interesting because you hit the nail right on the head. There are almost as seems like two different universes of political analysis right now, there's everyone who is focused on the house, which you correctly pointed out probably is going to see a big swing towards democratic control. But then in the Senate in the Senate, it's a completely different scenario because the map is stacked in Republican favor right now, there are ten Democrats running for reelection in states that Trump carried and so while House Republicans are freaking out over in the Senate. Mitch McConnell is feeling pretty good. Not just that he's going to hold onto as majority. But I think he thinks he has an opportunity to expand it, and he's already putting money on the table. So can I want to I want to jump right into one of the states with you Philip because you made a statement that I was like. Don't count your chickens before they had. The Washington Examiner Missouri for Saint because I don't think anybody can forget what Representative Todd Achim sad against Claire mccaskill you make a Stephen Howley won't make an idiot comments. Care. It's always dangerous when you're dealing with with politicians of either side. Obviously one of these states that McConnell thinks that he can maybe get a win year. He dropped one point eight million dollars through his Senate leadership line, which is the super Pac aligned with him. And they're going to be spending on behalf of on behalf of Holly. My thought here's luck mccaskill is not necessarily in the best politician. But when she ran in two thousand twelve she had the good fortune of running against Todd ache, and who we all know made that ridiculous and horrific remark when he was talking about. Abortion not being necessary. Because sometimes ends his words he said sometimes when quote legitimate rape happened out of the female body has a way of shutting that down. So obviously mccaskill was able to capitalize on that ridiculous remark. And they had been neck in neck until that moment. And then she immediately catapult twelve Hawley. He is the state attorney general he's a lawyer he's paid to talk. He's a much better candidate. And I think that we're going to see a very competitive race there so long as like you said so long as there. No, no, no, big gaffe. Again, you can't until the actual the election. You can't go too far. Like, you said, it doesn't matter. What political party you're talking about Phillip Wegmann from the Washington Examiner is doing we we're talking about some seats that the Republicans are counting on flipping here in mid terms coming up, I wanna I wanna skip over Indiana for Zane because West Virginia is such an interesting. State to talk about because Joe mansions been around there for eternity. I think. Yeah. So Joe Manchin is definitely vulnerable. You look at the numbers. This is a state that Trump won by a total avalanche forty two point two points. And right now matching is leading in the polls by about eight eight percent. But it's interesting because you know, this is a state that Trump won so significantly. This is a state. They're they're coal industry has sort of recovered. We've seen something like twenty three percent growth in the fossil fuel industry. They're just as a result of terms election economy is improving very deep red state. You can't ask for more deep red state. And yet you got this excellent candidate Patrick Morrissey, easily, you know, the state attorney general, and yet you see McConnell dropping eight hundred thousand dollars on this race, which is not as much as what are you spending in Missouri or Indiana. And my thought here is that it's because Trump loves. In West Virginia. Trump has been there three times already. He just had his rally for Morrissey not long ago, and his he's Trump's own family, John junior in particular, they traveled to the state all the time to stump for more. See? So my thought is that McConnell thinks that perhaps Morrissey is capable of points went off on his own. But again mansion is very popular in the state. So it's going to be one to watch. It is it that's actually interesting because I I've felt that he's more vulnerable than the polls show too just because of Trump. I mean like you said forty two percent margin of victory forty two point margin of victory in two thousand eighteen for Trump just seems like they would maybe the other way. Now, the last one I wanted to talk about Philip Wegmans juryman from from the Washington Examiner. We're talking about seats that Republicans want to pick up in the midterms for the Senate. I've spent a fair amount of time in North Dakota in my life. It's a very unique state where it's not really read. It's not really blue. They're really, you know, it's hard to pin them down that way. Although the. Has changed a lot with the oil, boom. So that has caused some changes, but Heidi Heitkamp, she seems fairly popular. But the polls are showing that it might go Republican. And that's what's really interesting because if you look at a lot of northern states, you know, think about Chester think about Heidi Heitkamp, you would think. Okay. There this northwestern place. You know, maybe they're they're sort of, you know, Celts of the earth conservative people who kind of have a reaction against, you know, some Liberal Democrats, hiking up, I think this that the real secret here is that I just wanna be senators who gets things done for her state, and when you have a sparsely populated place. I mean, you do need to go to the Senate office to get things done whether it's an infrastructure project, or whether it's actually dealing with the federal government. And so I think that high camp, you know, she has done a good job of criticizing the president when she runs up against him. But she's also been. Nick slightly positive at times. And so you know, I can't right now. She's she's definitely neck and neck with Kramer and the four Mark out war state rep sitting is going to be very interesting here. But I was telling because McConnell only put three hundred fifty thousand dollars on the table here. So I think that he's still is expecting to see more out of high camps Challender Kramer before he goes on. That's if I may when we have time for about thirty more seconds here. Philip, but it's neck and neck in North Dakota. I guess I didn't realize it was that tight. Yeah. Yeah. The real clear policy average has Kramer up by half of a percentage point. So which is which is kind of boggling, you would think that this would be a prime pickup opportunity. But again in North Dakota. I don't think I don't think that the same sort of partisan bitter, acrimonious attack. I don't think they work as well as. Say in Missouri or West Virginia. These people want to be left alone. They want to be able to work hard and do their own thing. And I think that they are insulated from a lot of bitterness and vitriol here in Washington DC. Yeah. I absolutely agree. Really, always appreciate your time. Philip Wegmann Washington Examiner. Appreciate you coming on. And talk about these seats that the Republicans might pick up in the Senate. Yeah. Yeah. Of course. Thanks, absolutely. Always good to talk to you. Philip Wegmann Washington Examiner are coming up and just to say more teachers strikes, right? Even when they strike Americans is we love our teachers unions, maybe not so much. But where do we stand in terms of supporting our teachers right now because there's a there's a lot of pressure going on curious to hear your thoughts. Four one five eighty eighty eight ten. K G O eight ten and streaming online at K G, O radio dot com. Let's get outside. Check your traffic. From the Chilton auto body traffic.

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"philip wegmann" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"philip wegmann" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"First day of August new this morning former President Trump advisor Steve Bannon says the president needs to nationalize the election and energize his, base in order to avoid a Blue Wave in November abandoned telling the Associated. Press the, president needs a maniacal focus to keep. Congress read of course he's lost favor with the GOP Bannon now being backed by private donors, in his new venture framing the election as an upper down vote on Trump and against impeachment so seems pretty easy according to ban and just tire trained to the Trump train focused on his accomplishments and think about the fact that. Democrats might try to, impeach the president and Republicans should win congress should keep. Congress but it's not that that's not so. Easy in Indiana let's bring in Philip Wegmann. Here, this morning he's a commentary. Writer for the. Washington Examiner Philip thank, you for joining us we appreciate it as always Hey thanks for hasn't. Made up so, we have a candidate in well we have a candidate in Indiana who has tied himself to the border part of, the Trump train at least but the the incumbent is a democrat talk about. Talk about, Joe Donnelly Senator Joe Donnelly and his. Reelection efforts and and the fact that he's not going to be so easily criticized yeah this, is where Bannon sort of advice breaks down because you're able to talk generally and come up with us grandmaster plans that sounds so simple and allegance if you're looking at things from a thirty thousand foot level but then when you. Get down onto the, ground and you actually examined what the issues are individual. Races it's not as easy so in Indiana. Like you said Joe Donnelly is the incumbent. Democrat, and he actually is in. Favor of Trump's border wall Voted voted for funding during the movie theaters and he's also said that. He, was willing to embrace Trump's that grand bargain back in back in August which was at twenty five billion dollars for the. Wall in exchange for amnesty for. One point eight million dreamers and that just doesn't fit the, narrative that works for someone like fi fan and because here you have a democrat who's willing to compromise, with the president and. Like you said, he's kind of, on the Trump hiring when it, comes to immigration and then his Republican opponent Mike Braun I mean he doesn't necessarily toe the party line as you note in your. Piece, here Yeah and Mike Brown's you know he's. A conservative guy but when it comes to healthcare you've been on the campaign trail spammy, he wants to preserve the prohibition on using, pre existing conditions to underwrite individuals insurance policies and that's not, exactly? The most, conservative position but it's one that keeps Braun from looking kind of heartless right no. One no one wants to take away, coverage from anyone ill Lewis. In a, tough spot and I think what's interesting. In Indiana.

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"philip wegmann" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"philip wegmann" Discussed on KGO 810

"Very real celebrity they they they don't really that this person they don't look into whether or not this person has unwanted baggage and they got burned to this time and if they want to have credibility when they're having conversations about joy bear or bill maher then they need to be able to clean their own house and they need to be able to say roseanne was bad we dealt with this and then the next time there's a conversation about any sort of impropriety well then then have some credibility instead of just you know pointing in the other finger and resorting to this sort of you know playground politics i mean that's so there's so many different angles on this story as well really appreciate your your viewpoint is always philip wegmann washington examiner philip thanks for coming on today good to talk to you any time yeah i really do appreciate oh by the way i've got a little update for a while george soros is busy being attacked by roseanne and other conspiracy theorists on the right he had something very i thought very important to share ten traffic auto body traffic desk at dumbarton bridge crash westbound has been cleared to the shoulder was just west of the high rise so it's pretty solid from the toll plaza still across this fan but we'll start to see things you sit up southbound eight eighty still jammed out of fremont from dakota road onto westbound to thirty seven out to first street in the wake of an earlier crash near lawrence expressway if you're on northbound eight eighty watch out for some slow going from to thirty eight up to just before ninety eight there was a lumber spill there and so it was slowing things down before they finally cleared that northbound one zero one of the south bay still slow from your boina road in pockets all the way up to oregon expressway and we're backed up now about mid lauder so metering lights are on at the westbound bay bridge we're sponsored by the decision america california tour live music fireworks and a message of hope the franklin graham decision america california tour coming to santa clara tomorrow at seven thirty a grit america's redwood amphitheater more at decision california dot com following the beginning of a.

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"philip wegmann" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"philip wegmann" Discussed on KGO 810

"Love that summer feeling brett thanks so much for that elections matter if you haven't learned that yet i boy voting matters elections matter june fifth here is the big primary but there are other huge primaries going on around the country i am totally serious there's there's a big deal what's going on joining me from the washington examiner on the phone right now phillip wegmann philip great to talk to you again thanks for coming on the show today thanks for having me i look so kennedy's get right to don blankenship how is this guy even why are we how does how is this happening to us again didn't we didn't roy moore already answered this question so it's interesting that the you ask that because when the n r s c chairman cory gardner was actually in our newsroom we asked him exactly what you just asked which is will the republican party support don blankenship if he wins the west virginia primary didn't we learn our lesson with roy moore in alabama and he said unequivocally that the party would support whoever wins the nominee this is a specially interesting because you know that was a couple of weeks ago ever since don blankenship you know has not just you know board at the trump during he's gone off the rails i mean the guy says that communist china is better at improving the quality of life for people then democratic capitalism he says that he was a political prisoner of the obama administration he also accuses the majority leader of the us senate of smuggling cocaine into this country and then bizarrely enough in what has to be the weirdest campaign at of all of twenty eighteen he accuses majority leader mitch mcconnell and his wife elaine chao who is from taiwan by the way and it also you know the us secretary of transportation he calls her at china person and yet somehow this guy is surging in west virginia today and i just have to say something though because of those statements i mean everything that you said is entirely outrageous i mean it just is don blankenship says i mean you have to automatically i mean i'm assuming i'm not going to put words in your mouth philip wegmann from.

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"philip wegmann" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"philip wegmann" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

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"philip wegmann" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"philip wegmann" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Are a lot of democrats who spent a lot of time saying that the molar probe is not about politics that it's supposed to be sort of patriotic exercise of will happen in our democracy and they fear that a party led a lawsuit on the same topic kind of injects politics into the molar prob not that the more pro has been free from that but in checks in a way that they've been trying to argue is not the democratic position right well rosalind helderman is political enterprise and investigations reporter for the washington post she and her colleagues at the post broke the story on friday about the dnc's lawsuit filed in federal court and again we have a link to that at on point radio dot org roslyn thank you so very much for your reporting and for joining us today thank you for having me well joining me now from washington is philip wegmann commentary writer for the washington examiner philip welcome to on point thank you for having me magnum this is a really interesting a lawsuit and a moment for the democratic national committee to to file do you think in any in any way does it possibly undermine what robert muller is doing on the criminal side of things that certainly the danger because this doesn't happen just in a vacuum obviously their political considerations and as soon as this lawsuit was introduced you saw that peres put democrats and also you know pro law and order republicans any very tight spot because democrats have said from the very beginning that the muller investigation should be allowed to run its course you should allow the special prosecution to get to the facts in evidence and then we'll go from there and you've also had some republicans think thom tillis or trey couty who have said similar things but now what tom perez has essentially allowed the white house to do east kin flate this lawsuit with the muller investigation and say that from the very beginning it was political and at that points can be very difficult for republicans to defend muller and frankly democrats are going to.

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"philip wegmann" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"philip wegmann" Discussed on WLOB

"Injured while sitting in his car in a park in a parking lot outside of a dorm it was taken to a local hospital in critical condition tennessee state announced that the victim was not a student at the school nashville police announced they were investigating the as it said we were thing a school she will things my goal in june of the school this guy's didn't fargo immigrants are you there dots all over the place you can grab him this is from sardis mississippi five unidentified people were arrested in the shooting death of a 15yearold male on campus after football game there was no indication whether the boy knew the people who shot him i think that was after school hours a the eightyearold students began going through his book bag at the rear of the room when a handgun in the bag unintentionally discharge no injuries were reported but that's a school shooting vote that's a school shooting that that's what i'm saying this is hyperbole this is from new mexico as tech god as geysers of the student gain influence that guys grew is discovered hiding in the secondfloor bathroom when he opened fire on france dysgraphia remember that that was a school shooting but so you don't know thirty seven year old assistant professor fatally shot himself in the electrical engineering building after hours that's a school shooting to them than a school shooting it's a suicide of some my decides to go to this school and commit suicide look we got enough problems without these people blowing things out of proportion to be honest with you philip wegmann to talk about the rob porter story when we come back stay with us in your phone calls too attention shoppers clean up on fourteen at the super clean up oil fourteen supen upper someone dropped a jar pickles pickles that precipitated the current 'cause you're a pickles hypocrites beat boxing at a big box door because of rising what's not surprising how much you could save by switching to guide gouged a push minivan bush has the lights on push in the parking lot gaiko fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more guy cope sheep.

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"philip wegmann" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"philip wegmann" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Passing an office news yeah and that's what they do with tidy something percent of what they put out i mean it's just it's just not not hughes it's just garbage most of the time new similar examples this is from their own websites uh this is from where's as they hear ngos in the in nashville tennessee unidentified man was shot an injured while sitting in his car in a park than a parking lot outside of a dorm it was taken to a local hospital in critical condition tennessee state announced that the victim was not a student at the school and nashville police announced they were investigating the as its we were thing a school she will things my goal in shooting of the school disguised in parkland megret's are you there dots all over the place you can grab him this is from sardesai mississippi five unidentified people were arrested in the shooting death of a 15yearold meal on campus after football game there was no indication whether the boy knew the people who shot him i think that was after school hours an eight the eightyearold students began going through his book bag the rear of the room when a handgun in the bag unintentionally discharge no injuries were reported but that's a school shooting folks that's a school should that that's what i'm saying this is hyperbole this is from new mexico as tech goddess geysers of the students gain in cranston high school discovered hunting in the second for bathroom when he opened fire on francisco for a that that was a school shooting but so you don't know thirty seven year old assistant professor fatally shot himself in the electrical engineering building after hours that's a school shooting to them in a school shooting it's a suicide of the somebody decides to go to this school and commit suicide look we got enough problems without these people blowing things out of a portion to be honest with you philip wegmann the talk with whether rob porter story when we come back stay with us in your phone calls too from the wta news center i'm pamela per with your top stories one of the.

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"philip wegmann" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"philip wegmann" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"Happy is nobody's really been covering the mainstream media aren't the only objects a mockery from the stunt the fake news award that mocks the fake news media but it also mocks awards shows precisely as we enter awards season formerly glamorous celebrities weren't gazilliondollar gowns receiving gold trophies just as the fake news awards highlight the irrelevance of the mainstream news media their total full from respectability it does the same for hollywood which has virtually and literally all point out burned to the ground in recent months the fake news awards worked because both hollywood and the news media have become ridiculous and hollywood in the news media had become ridiculous for the same reason they're really the same thing the hollywood is a bunch of people going on television in pretending to be somebody they're not and that the news media are now a bunch of people going on television pretending to be something they're not it's a bunch of democrat communications advisers democrat propagandist pretending to be journalists on television that's all they are they are nothing more than that they've traded both of those hollywood and mainstream press have traded their original missions which is to entertain on the one hand and to doggedly pursued the truth on the other for shallow left wing hackery awards shows there are no longer glamorous their tedious exercises in virtue signaling for millionaires complaining that they deserve even more millions of dollars to pretend for a living the mainstream media no longer respected precisely because formerly a journalistic institutions had become nothing more than petty propaganda centers if the press and celebrity reactions to last night or any indication yesterday's fake news words will be the first of many because they still refuse to see white every one is laughing at them all right let's bran our panel so we've got a great panel with us today we have flick as talks austin fletcher from like a stalks you've seen as youtube channel and philip wegmann from the washington examiner philip you look okay but i gotta tell you flag is where in that ge dead jersey tanktop you look but nominal sir we gotta get right into the news we don't have.

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"philip wegmann" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"philip wegmann" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"Work at a certain point either the guy just gets lucky and lucky and lucky and he is absurdly lucky at multiple things at one time for forty years or he doesn't just have an air blooming between his ears he doesn't just have nothing going on in his ed he has some strategic thought and a good god the tells them how to enact enacted tactically so what does he not tweeting about this is the actual story i'm perfectly willing to talk about it because it's a great wing for the republicans and conservatives and because the left wing media doesn't watch my show so i don't think i'm telling any deals that have school or pulling the veil upon as he isn't talking about tax reform but what was he doing yesterday trump spent most of yesterday on capitol hill bullying republican senators into voting for the gop tax reform in the budget committee according to a senate source for the hill trump went after ron johnson by name quote this is in the hill he told him to stop blocking it and to work out his concerns with the rest of the conference he told him he would have a chance to offer amendments and he should stop being an impediment a trumbull also leaned on bob corker and james langford both of whom are republicans have threatened to vote against the bill in committee senate gop web john core and said it was trump strongarming the gave the bill quote shot of adrenalin it gave this bill that everyone has been predicting on both sides of the aisle it's going nowhere it's going to die in committee not so gave its some momentum last month trump also met with the entire senate gop caucus to get them on the same page on tax reform now to analyse all of this press did digitisation and the tax reform bill and the likelihood that it passes we bring on our panel of deplorables we have poll cardinal block from the daily wire and we're lucky to be joined by philip wegmann from the washington examiner look how much real or by the way how much more serious phillips background looks then poles who i it appears as coming from saint peter's basilica at the vatican so gentlemen thank you for being here i really appreciate it i want to get to this tax reform bill up are we going to get it you're you're.

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"philip wegmann" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"philip wegmann" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"Matt lauer and garrison keillor both fired for weird sex stuff joe scarborough accused of murder muslim videos showdown at the cfpb there is so much news to talk about but isn't it strange that nobody is talking about the tax reform bill passing the budget committee yesterday i wonder why that is we will analyse donald trump's slick fingers then philip wegmann of the washington examiner and paul blah of the daily wire jointly panel of deplorables to discuss how we're finally winning the war on christmas a descendant of polka hanta smack stand elizabeth warren and today's spate of democrats sex scandals just reminder every single day now there have been entirely new democrats sex scandals i'm michael knows this is the michael noshow the there is so much to talk about we will get to all of the weird sex stuff and the shot in florida i promise but i want to talk a little bit first about donald trump the press did digital data the press to digitize eighters get slick fingers the actual story the one that matters for public policy right now is tax reform we have been hearing for months by the way from never trump republicans that tax reform is dead on arrival it's impossible we're not going to get it the left predictably has been harping on how awful the proposal is how is gonna it's only going to benefit rich people it's only gonna cut their taxes because obviously rich people are the only ones who pay taxes but actually the bill is quite different than all that trump has been relatively mum on tax reform he talks about it here and there why is that of the thirty one latest tweets three of them mention to tax cuts and by the way o only to acknowledge that it past the committee or to start time the tax cuts to the good economic news seven tweets talked about how great the economy is doing one tweet mentioned.

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"philip wegmann" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"philip wegmann" Discussed on WLOB

"Them they use polls they used pepper spray they use sticks they used their fish they typically your wearing black they've got masks on and as i shut all long you've got somebody where the mass gone you got a bad dude right there you got an anarchist you got one of these violent dangerous anarchists so a caller calls as well yeah but they actually pelosi condemned than before any republicans did i say what are you talking about what do you mean walgreens cvs eupol she beat everybody to the parche paul ryan had to condemn them after she did first of all i didn't know there was a race second of all i understand there's been cricket's on the part of a lot of democrats on this because the the the antifur protestors are on the side of the democrats so i i didn't even it doesn't even dawned on me that there was a shortage of condemnation coming from republican lawmakers i know president trump has condemned them over and over again but sure enough here's an article in the washington examiner how the internet went crazy and accused paul ryan of supporting anti and according to philip wegmann calls for ryan to condemn leak socalled antifascist ch began immediately after he condemned the neonazis who marched on charlottesville ryan said there are no sides when it comes to nazism and declared we will not tolerate this hateful ideology but in that call to unequivocally condemn bigotry according to philip wag but at the washington examiner some on the far right apparently heard an anarchist dogwhistle one breitbart reporter pointed out ryan shame to push back on trump's earlier condemnation of blame on both sides at charlottesville things tumbled out of.

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"philip wegmann" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"philip wegmann" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Of these violent dangerous anarchists show a caller calls as well yeah but that's actually pelosi condemned them before any republicans did i said what are you talking about what do you mean what did nancy pelosi beat everybody to the panch paul ryan had to condemn them after she did first of all i didn't know there was a race second of all i understand there's been cricket's on the part of a lot of democrats on this because the the the ntv protesters are on the side of the democrats so i didn't even even dawned on me that there was a shortage of condemnation coming from republican lawmakers i know president trump has condemned them over and over again but sure enough here's an article in the washington examiner how the internet went crazy and accused paul ryan of supporting anti and according to philip wegmann calls for ryan to condemn the socalled antifascist ch began immediately after he condemned neonazis who marched on charlottesville ryan said there are no sides when it comes to nazism and declared we will not tolerate this hateful ideology but in that call to unequivocally condemn bigotry according to philip wegmann at the washington examiner some on the far right apparently heard an anarchist dogwhistle one breitbart reporter pointed out ryan seem to push back on trump's earlier condemnation of blame on both sides at charlottesville things tumbled out of control from there a twitter mobbed rose up out of the ether alternatively calling on ryan to condemn the group and accusing the speaker of joining their ranks stories from gateway pundit breitbart the daily caller poured gas on the bonfire of hysteria shows philip wake but of the washington examiner and when pelosi denounced mt for violence they collectively cried hypocrisy pelosi condemns and tifa before paul ryan does the daily callers alex pfeiffer observed in a tweet that went viral on wednesday well he says that collective effort finally got predictable results in a story somehow billed as exclusive the daily caller reported the shockingly obvious turns out ryan well really does find a t five nazi violence equally repugnant so the question is was were are republicans somehow implicitly endorsing ntv i again i'm sorry when the callers called yesterday brought this shop wasn't even on my radar i've mission tirelesly.

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