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Media, power, and political communication

Pat McDonough

04:16 min | 2 weeks ago

Media, power, and political communication

"Let's talk about the media yeah the media is a powerful Trojan horse seven mereka if it's not a and I mean they have attacked president trump relentlessly yeah and the problem we have is we have fox okay yeah now fox is okay but Rupert Murdoch is ninety years old right and his two sons are liberals okay we have newsmax rage has been growing and that's a good thing yeah we have one America right which is a good thing but these are national programs they don't get into Vince's crab house they don't get in the fells point being close they don't get into those things go and they don't get into helping our people who need help to fight against the beast and as you pointed out the Baltimore sun doesn't report on any of these issues involving her son is one of them yeah right exactly the Baltimore sun is part of the super shadow government yeah they protect them yeah people say that the media has fallen in the tank for the left they fell in the tank for the Obama no the media never found the check for anybody the media are leaders in this offensive they are legally are part of the natural America they were and and they were targeted specifically for that purpose because of the vast influence they have they were targeted for subversion and infiltration by the Soviet Union in the nineteen thirties and we could go on for hours about how that happened and who infiltrated but just for example one person remember Edward R. Murrow of CBS Edward R. Murrow is one of the people primarily responsible for bringing communist it's two Columbia teachers college to begin inserting all of these destructive America narratives into our universities he was responsible for bringing those people over and he worked with a guy named Laurence Duggan whose son was an actual Soviet agent and he was friends with his son and he became a news anchor for CBS that's just one example there are many many trusted a man in America yeah right right he he gave the Vietnam War at eight a story that was a hundred and eighty degrees from what the truth was riled tell your doctor about with Walter Cronkite yeah that young people don't know who has what we member we only had three major networks in this country now I can tell you let me say some about yeah because the networks are required by FCC regulation as part of their contract to provide unbiased news nobody has ever called him that if I were in a position to do so I would pull their FCC licenses tomorrow and tell them that they better straighten out their newsrooms and start reporting what's going on because they should be challenged in the courts right absolutely be challenged because they have been really but they have such power and such influence and Americans have to get a constitutional public there operates through elections has to be given the facts at what's happened instead is they've been given the left narrative for sixty eighty years in World War two The New York Times was engaged in treason it was exposing things mark Levin's book yeah I mean it's just stunning it's stunning when CNN first started Ted Turner used to go on a show and he would bring some five Soviet KGB agents on the show with him had a first among them was Georgy Arbatov who is the head of member for US and Canada old KGB agent they would talk down president Reagan they would just sit there and terror attacks president right that was C. N. N. the communist news

"president reagan" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:02 min | Last month

"president reagan" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"And what is fascist fascism is private ownership private enterprise but total government control and regulation well isn't this the liberal philosophy the conservative so called is the one that says less government get off my back get out of my pocket and let me have more control of my own destiny amen to that president Reagan I couldn't agree more I mean that's the reality get off my back and get out of my pocket that's the reality of all of this small businesses are the backbone of the American economy I mean this is literally what everyone does and it's not just the American economy I think in in many places small business entrepreneurship is the lifeblood of so many even small villages I've been on trips to the Dominican Republic where I saw people on the side of the road you know they shake a couple trees out falls a mango out falls a coconut they slice it up they do whatever boom they're in business and that's a cultural heart of of many ethnicities is to be entrepreneurial small businesses are under attack right now because of the policies that the FDR loving Democrats in blue states are putting forward it's killing America it's not the virus it's the response this is what we saw yesterday on fox news or in the morning fox fox and friends where Pete hegseth the host of the show was on location with the owner of the telus bar I've she's me until this bar I'm thinking the wrong way Attila's gym in Belmar New Jersey I mean we we saw a real display of patriotism where people said you know what enough is enough liberty needs to make a comeback listen to this audio our.

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"president reagan" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:36 min | 5 months ago

"president reagan" Discussed on KTRH

"It was nineteen eighty six the second term of president Reagan and one of his finest moments the crew of the space shuttle challenger honored as for the manner in which they live their lives we will never forget them nor the last time we saw this morning as they prepared for their journey and waved goodbye and slipped the surly bonds of earth the touch the face of god president Reagan put that day into perspective day is a day for mourning and remember Nancy and I came to the core by the tragedy of the shuttle challenger we know we share this pain with all the people of our country this is truly a national loss nineteen years ago almost to the day we lost three astronauts in a terrible accident on the ground but we've never lost an astronaut in flight we've never had a tragedy like this perhaps we forgotten the courage it took for the crew of the shuttle but they the challenger seven were aware of the dangers overcame them and did their job spread we mourn seven heroes Michael Smith there will be Judith Resnick Ronald McNair Alison Onitsuka Gregory Jarvis and Christa McAuliffe we mourn their loss as a nation together the families of the seven we cannot bear as you do the full impact of this tragedy but we feel the loss.

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 Junior Johnson, moonshiner turned NASCAR legend, dies at 88

Morning Edition

02:47 min | 6 months ago

Junior Johnson, moonshiner turned NASCAR legend, dies at 88

"An icon of the race track has died junior Johnson was a NASCAR pioneer and also a legendary bootlegger from member station W. N. C. here's Jeff to puree for years junior Johnson lived a double life under the moon lit sky he worked in the family business evading authorities well making it legal deliveries of moonshine on the weekends he was beloved by the fans of NASCAR winning dozens of races in the nineteen fifties and sixties I know what I got about I got better that I had a lot of Georgia out all but a happy guy they'll be as evil from Daytona international speedway to the Carolina mountains his driving was legendary Johnson drove a souped up for it with a tractor engine he regularly outran police sometimes using what he coined the boot leg turn to escape well what you did you drop to spay renowned real slow and anyway when the drop to do it right side wheel fall from grace you cut it real quick fix and slammed the brakes on and the final distinta right details of his powerful Ford roaring through the mountains late at night looting the law are almost mythical Johnson once came across a couple of local sheriffs who crashed biographer Tom Higgins look around the breasts and lipstick on the caller ID been somewhere they shouldn't bring on the server so junior if you'll give me back the courthouse and sighed muskie and I'll never chose your G. and then also you can buy their reduced owner Richard here Dan ultimately junior rearrange the crates of moonshine and gave the officers arrived the sheriff kept his word and left him alone Robert Glen Johnson junior was born June twenty eighth nineteen thirty one in the North Carolina town of Rhonda his father made moonshine during prohibition and had dozens of stills throughout the countryside junior was driving eleven bootlegging at fourteen he was never caught while driving loads of liquor however federal agents known as revenue orders staked out a family still and arrested him in nineteen fifty five junior went to federal prison in a place like it you gotta get along and treat paper rise are they when you go to bed at Augusta Lysol fail caving around you look if you survive he did and then settled into a prolific career he won fifty races as a driver more than a hundred as an owner and was part of NASCAR's first hall of fame class thirty years after his conviction president Reagan pardoned him for having an illegal still and in two thousand seven North Carolina made sales of his midnight moon legal junior Johnson was eighty eight

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These Are The WORST Games of 2019

Game Scoop!

08:09 min | 7 months ago

These Are The WORST Games of 2019

"The worst games of twenty nine thousand nine all right and definitive. This is definitive and we played any of them. You and I have played one of them. Okay Yeah I wonder if I've played any of them I know I haven't I bet which means I did. Good Yeah you chose wisely. That's true we put up an article on this This week the article was very specifically the worst reviewed games and it was based on the metacritic scores. Because the truth is allow. These games idea doesn't even review because if it's a game that no one's ever heard of it's not doing anyone much services say hey here's a game you've never heard of. It's really bad. That's a good way to not very useful information information. But there's some high profile games from high profile Delo developers and publishers like squaring and left alive. Whoa you remember that one? No and it's Square. Kleenex live weight in review. We did that one. Yeah okay so we're only talking about the ones. We reviewed. Okay well there might be one gender Eh. Critics gems Yeah this is actually our lowest score the year three point eight. Wow that's as low as we got got. Yeah that is a rare the score for us. Yeah let's have. Some people were interesting. Because it used the artist that used to work a metal gear so the art was sort of reminiscent of Medicare but Kulik Kulik pinky like kind of style. Yeah Okay in our view. Call The creek creaky and frustratingly broken mix of stealth action. That's just what you want. is frustrating frustrating stealth any game. That's the worst combination possible so three point eight is as low as got. It's been a long time since we've given out like a one. I looked. Yeah I think two thousand and five what was it. It was like Elf bowling but it was ever boy it was elbowing one and two one. One carts yeah. That's really when you what about like bowling was free as like a flash game that you played free. But you'd rather pay for it. You WanNa play on your Nintendo DS. At least a two. If there's two games in their oneplus exact maybe it was one zero or two point five. We were in a meeting where a pair told us there was zero given even out and we said what was it for immediately. Should the name of a hockey game that we've never heard of so. I don't know if it's true or not I want to say I don't know if I want to say it was a an Olympic game it was it was a hockey. We're all right. It's both of them. They re released that year is hockey game and the review is zero and it says when you make a new game will write a new review. Yeah it was just. It was last year's game with new box art which I think happened with Viva this year actually on switch. But that's in their the twenty legacy addition addition for that was a switch version and I Jeans Review. I think it was Simon reviewed. It said this honestly no genuine reason. I could give you to purchase fever. twenty-nine switch if you already own fee for nineteen on switch which we gave it a four and even nineteen was matic. Simon should have given it zero that wouldn't really reserves Zeros for like utterly broken. I can't barely low the game. I'm not confident. Giving his era wouldn't break something on energy. I if I were I would make it my goal to make a game that I would review and give zero two. So how would you so that you can get the Guinness World Record for quickest failure. Well I think the point it would be a lot of copies because it's bad that because we get attention women get attention because it got zero. I'm picking up with SAM. swigging down what. He's saying. Novelty like Munib on twitter. Actually broken game generally ignore Games we get us to review it the slap slap on like marvel on the title thanks Star Wars. And you just can't let expensive license and zero game. Sounds like a really bad journey an evil Virginia's that Evil billionaire genius. And that's exactly what it's been my time doing or if it came from a studio well-known studio that we typically review games from either they can throw all their money away and with crash bandicoot literally crash like it just crash crash. That's the only way to get zero. A Contra game came out this year a new Contra Game Longtime Damon forced me to play we did play it and play. We haven't talked since looks like we're talking to each other right now but I'm actually talking to Tina Justin only Samsung even in the room. It's weird record. Santana San Spread separately. So who do we play. Cj I think to the three players top down Contra game and to be Fair Contra has had top down segments before entre three the alien wars. Yeah but it's just it wasn't didn't feel like a contra game but it was like Okay Schutte top down thing gave it a four. That's not okay okay. It would be a sick Sam but but I didn't review it giving it a sick I play enough to review withhold judgment. It was pretty bad and it's just like honor consciousness in a very sad state of affairs over Konami right now so it's been a long running beloved game series. It hadn't seen a new entering a long time Hammond Hoof. That was not what people want. Can you imagine being the artists digital the metal gear art and then being like I'm out of here and getting your game review as a three point eight or do you think contras a good candidate for getting unlike the God of war style boot like take it very seriously. Lemur cinematography version just like lean into the seriousness of the character and like introspection inspection of his past bill and bringing all sorts bill. That's a good point. It's already a knockoff of Terminator Alien. Yeah so it's like like just maybe those franchises should make a game but I know alien have some pretty good speaking of all that this is a this is a tangent retake a strange corner I I just think new term bombed at the box office new Rambo bombed New Alien bombed last year or two years ago. I just wonder if like that. That's sort of the eighties. Installed your wells. Drying up or nine hundred installs franchises for very cheap and make a game that would get scored as zero journey. The silliest Yes yes exactly yet they did blade runner sadly also later honor which I thought was a good movie credible movie I loved that movie. Okay moving we on bad games worst games. WWE K twenty which has been pending? It's been bad for a long time to have a fever and w beyond there that are like that rejected by their audience is in that bad is really really crappy. Because as we're like the heights of their franchises either Games Assira could give that a four point three really really botched. WWe This year Mitchell. It's a buggy mess though buggy mess but his game play also feels notably worse than previous years. Remember this stretchy people running around doing so. I mean if you look at it as a comedy game. It's a nine awesome. See that's the thing if I had it for you that game aside from and not knowing anything about WB. I think it gets and pleasure out of it because it was just so stupid. Able there's vibrating through the ropes simulator. You Guys Know Avalanche Studios. What do they make you mad? Max and just 'cause yeah yeah they put out a game. This year called generation zero. No one knows that I know nobody knows that but it they put out a game and we gave it a four okay. I know it's crazy. You would think Max okay which is really good and just goes but they put out this generation zero game who've pretty bad and then there's Wolfenstein Wolfenstein Wolfenstein cyber pilots we didn't that's the VR game. We actually didn't review it but it has a fifty on metacritic in there. Much of the criticism is directed at It's a very short story. underwhelming comment combat in general lack of content. So it doesn't make everybody universally puke. nope is that would be a really cool. VR game another goal of mine all those people that play VR. And they're like Nah doesn't make me motion sick. I'll make in my next game. You want the badge for that. A terrible kind of a bad year for Wolfenstein youngblood didn't make much of an impact either. I didn't play it but I wanted to play it. I still want to play. That's that's impact. Can you believe the latest leisure suit. Larry the reviewed very well. It has a fifty if lead is Larry hasn't been good or popular appealed forever and had thirty years of games. Like how do you reconcile that. Who is making it an exchanging license and buying it and making more games? I just I don't get how it happened. I think it's the original guy critters. Don't make Larry Yeah. Speaking of Terminator there was a new terminator game called Terminator Resistance. We gave it a four. Don't remember that that might not just came out wrestling okay. What I was going to share leaser shoot suit? I can't say that leisure suit. Larry how did you just do that. And a lot of the original game had very body content and and so a to ensure that no kids played it. You had to answer trivia question when you booted the game up about that. Only adults would know what was the name of Presidents Reagan. President Reagan's Blah Blah Blah. Pretty good. I'm pretty good or like what were those jokes and Shrek that you didn't get when you were a kid that would be like. Yeah well you know whose voice of Donkey and Shrek where you can watch Shrek. Shrek on the gameboy advance. That's that was top of mind can watch it. Yeah Movie Gameboy. Advance video is a thing and it was striking another movie. That was two movies. He's on one cartridge. Maybe it was worse than trek. Yeah it was clearly. Yeah you're blowing my mind right now. Blew my mind that cart yes we we absolutely solution bag. Gb and it's not a game it's the movie is on only that but there was episodes of Nick toons shows and episodes of PLO. Come on and they were like thirty bucks for two episodes. They played on the kids. Like just 'cause there's laboratories on the size of a postage stamp uh-huh uh-huh isn't that crazy. That's crazy I never knew that. Yeah Super Interesting Oh crackdown three. That might be the most one of the most high-profile a high profile games on this list. We do it overall for but we gave the multiplayer component. Oh No I'm sorry. Overall got five the multiplayer four okay for my GM. Crackdown game. No crackdown was so good to not so good Shinmun three. That finally came out the one of the worst games this year. Five point nine now so just on the cop stats cusp of okay. Yeah Mediocre I think for five point nine nine runs down mediocre

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Ruckelshaus, who defied Nixon in Watergate firing, dies

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:49 sec | 7 months ago

Ruckelshaus, who defied Nixon in Watergate firing, dies

"The first administrator of the EPA was also a key Watergate figure has died at the age of eighty seven William Doyle Ruckelshaus wore many hats in his long career but he's famously remembered for quitting his job as deputy Attorney General in nineteen seventy three rather than participate in what became known as the Saturday night massacre Ruckelshaus joined his boss Attorney General Elliot Richardson in declining to carry out president Nixon's unlawful order to fire the Watergate special prosecutor a lifelong Republican Ruckelshaus was a captain of industry a lawmaker in Indiana and at one time the acting director of the FBI president Nixon appointed him as the first administrator of the EPA in nineteen seventy where he signed the ban on DDT he moved his family to the Pacific Northwest and led efforts to clean up Seattle area waterways he was invited back to the EPA by president Reagan in nineteen eighty three to restore confidence in the agency he received the presidential medal of freedom in two thousand fifteen I'm Jennifer

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Ruckelshaus, who defied Nixon in Watergate firing, dies

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 7 months ago

Ruckelshaus, who defied Nixon in Watergate firing, dies

"William Doyle Ruckelshaus wore many hats in his long career but he's famously remembered for quitting his job as deputy Attorney General in nineteen seventy three rather than participate in what became known as the Saturday night massacre Ruckelshaus joined his boss Attorney General Richard Elliot in declining to carry out president Nixon's unlawful order to fire the Watergate special prosecutor a lifelong Republican Ruckelshaus was a captain of industry a lawmaker in Indiana and at one time the acting director of the FBI president Nixon appointed him as the first administrator of the EPA in nineteen seventy where he signed the ban on DDT he moved his family to the Pacific Northwest and led efforts to clean up Seattle area waterways he was invited back to the EPA by president Reagan in nineteen eighty three to restore confidence in the agency he received the presidential medal of freedom in two thousand fifteen I'm Jennifer king

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Why Israeli settlements are an obstacle to peace

The Economist: The Intelligence

07:15 min | 8 months ago

Why Israeli settlements are an obstacle to peace

"Over the past half century. Israel has built hundreds of settlements or Jewish enclaves on the land it captured from Jordan in the Six Day War of nineteen sixty seven seven. This land claimed by Palestinians for their future state which is why settlements are seen by many as an obstacle to peace the president of over four hundred thousand Israeli settlers living in the West Bank basically means that a Palestinian state cannot come into being is our Israel correspondent respondent Mason Jerusalem. Many of those settlements are stuck in between the main Estonian cities and towns so contiguous state cannot exist as long as they're there and their presence also means that it was obvious that so in effect they ensure that the military occupation of the Westbank continues the the announcement came just ahead of a key date in Israel. Today is the deadline for opposition leader. Benny Ganz to build coalition bowling. September's inconclusive election Prime Minister Benjamin. Netanyahu has already failed to form a government. Both candidates praised the trump administration's change in policy but the decision was America at odds with much of the international community. The international consensus regarding the settlements has been there in contravention of the full Geneva Convention. Attention which basically says that transfer or settlement of an occupied territory by the occupying power is against international law. And that's been the interpretation Shen of the Geneva Convention regarding Israeli settlements by most of the leading legal experts. There are some dissenting views of. Israel clings to those dissenting ending views in building the settlements. But that's been the broad consensus for decades now and so in that sense Mike Pompeo's announcement came as something of surprise. Well the competitive management didn't come as a surprise because certain elements within the administration were very pro Israel and pro the settlement lobby chief among them the US ambassador to Israel. Israel David Friedman who before becoming a master was both trump's bankruptcy la and financial backer of the settlements. They have been trying for the past three years to get a clear statement out of the administration saying that American doesn't see the settlements as being illegal and it has to be noted that in the past also the Reagan administration. Distraction made similar statements. So it hasn't always been one hundred percent clear what the American position on this has been. US public statements on settlement activities. In the West Bank have been inconsistent over decades in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight. The Carter Administration categorically concluded that Israel's establishment of civilian settlements was inconsistent with international law. However in Nineteen eighty-one president? Reagan disagreed with that conclusion. And stated that he didn't believe that the settlements were inherently l.. Legal actually most of the American administration's haven't even talked about the legality. They've called the settlements an obstacle to peace instead of diving into this rather controversial legal question so in a sense this kind of puts a finer point on kind of formalizes. Something that from the American standpoint had been kind of informally the case. What has been the case over the past three years? Because the trump administration had been very ambivalent towards the Israeli settlement activity previous administrations had condemned settlements especially the first Bush administration tried to limit funding to Israel while the tantamount building was going on the trump administration and some of its representatives have been much more friendly towards the past two years. The trump administration has made a series of statements and actions regarding the Israel Palestine conflict back in December seventeen nineteen. They announced that they recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital that in a few minutes later move the embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. A few months ago we had the recognition of Israeli sovereignty over the occupied Golan Heights. And in between these. We've had a number of steps. Was the Palestinians. We had cutting off of aid various Palestinian agencies to the United Nations nations agency which works with Palestinian refugees the closure of the Palestinian mission in Washington. All these things have put out a very clear signal where the trump administration restauration stands in the conflict. And even the timing of this announcement just a couple of days before the deadline for Bennigan's to form a government. Do you think it's connected to the current political the turmoil in Israel not directly connected to the current political situation for two reasons festival. It hasn't been times as some of the previous gestures were to help Out On the eve of an election other convenient junctures it doesn't seem to have been closely coordinating with Israeli government. That seems to have been something. which was it was very much an internal decision of administration? And do you think it's significant that it was Mr Pompeo who made the announcement. Well that's probably more about American politics in parents trying to show that he's not trump in many ways and loyal to some of trump's closest advisers. I think pump is also looking beyond the horizon of the trump trump administration and shoring up his own political bias. Perhaps his own run for the White House and this is a popular move among voters who he would also be relying upon one day if he runs for the candidacy and for the White House himself and now that Mr Pompeo has made this policy reversal. What do you think the immediate impact will be the speaking? Both Israeli officials Palestinians. No one's expecting an immediate impact even though they've been promises by Netanya before the last two election campaigns of going even further annexing parts of the West Bank. All those plans on hold because it doesn't a political deadlock there's no coalition in Israel. We have Netanyahu position bet against both failing instigate a majority Israel has been building settlements or the past fifty years regardless of what the administration positions being and on the Palestinian side. They've lost lost hope in anything. Good for them coming out. The trump administration long ago so for that. This wasn't a surprise. And they're facing their daily challenges whatever someone is saying in Washington it material to them but what about the prospects for grander scale change for the notion of annexation or in the other direction a meaningful peace process so the impact is perhaps lung It won't change anything the next few weeks and months. But when finally new government is formed in Israel. If it's a right wing government then the impetus to go ahead and AMEX parts. What's the West Bank will increase? Because now they seem to have a green light from the administration and even if the new government will be more central government under Benny Gansel some other interests lita. Yep It'll be much more difficult for them to justify so these ready public making any kind of changes on the ground baptists manning so because people will say them but the Americans okay so why make any of these changes if the settlements especially the ones which are deep within the West Bank or allowed to continue to grow that means the majority patient won't end either and any prospect of Palestinian statehood will be non-existent loop Israel basically in charge of one st with millions of Palestinians without optical rights and that's not the democratic say that Israel claims and takes pride in being so it's a situation which really is ready to have a solution Lucien right now and if anything compare announcement has made a solution for that even more remote

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Celebrating the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall

First Light

05:49 min | 8 months ago

Celebrating the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall

"Reagan today a tribute to the thirtieth anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall it's on a site overlooking the location where president Reagan delivered his legendary speech imploring Mister Gorbachev tear down this wall well that was quite a memory anyway we have our Westwood One news correspondent jazz Henry standing by live in Berlin this morning so jazz good morning to you are actually good afternoon to you or early it's about it's about mid day right now and that was nineteen eighty seven the president Reagan made that speech at the Brandenburg gate two years later not necessarily a direct cause and effect a correlation but two years later the walking down we celebrate the thirtieth anniversary of that to your tomorrow so it would that was a big big celebration the whole world celebrated with the with the German people when that happened but you know then they came to review the reality of reuniting east and West Germany and integrating them into the society of Europe so she was very celebratory van what's it like now sh well people are still happy particularly those who were alive at the time they can contrast what East Germany was like at the time and what it's like now but there a lot of people been born since then and some of them living in the eastern parts of Germany I feel that still yet today the economy is not as vibrant in that part of the country job opportunities perhaps educational opportunities don't match what's that exists in the west some people in the government here are admitting that there were some mistakes made when that they actually unified the east was just sort of brought into the western constitution there's some other things that might have been done differently but say it's hard to completely second gas because compared to many countries around the world be Germany has in you know what might seem a long time were short time depending on your view thirty years brought about quite to impress the reunification so are we listen to your montage that you made for us just a couple of minutes ago and at the end the woman was saying that the people in the east still don't feel I guess equal economically you know to the west is did you find that I've talked to some of people living in the eastern part of the country who formerly lived under the the old government and of course they say you know life is better now that we can travel you know we're not so contained and there's not be a network but foreman's that's one has to worry about the Stasi security service keeping an eye on everyone but they said that in the old west and East Germany there was sort of a collective mindset and neighborhood mindset that it was sort of grew from the better aspects of the communist ideal of people helping each other they say when they became in essence taken over by the west that said you know the capitalist system of every person out for themselves doggy dog what was hard to get used to and a lot of people particularly were sort of mid career at that time had a hard time making the jump of the sort that angle Americal has made a force you she's been chancellor here for fourteen years originally an east German but she's really more the exception than the rule in how well easterners have done but there are signs that slowly the economy salaries and such in the east are improving to up Terry T. with the west but that's still not the case chancellor Merkel of course open wide the the doors of Germany to refugees and a lot of them ended up in Berlin and we have young people the young workers coming from all across Europe in into Berlin so what are the company's able to hire them well they they into at both related and many of them into the eastern part of Germany someone in the in the western parts but she needs to Germany because of the period under communism they didn't become as multicultural as West Germany did West Germany brought in the guest workers from Turkey for instance in the nineteen seventies and so in the east there are people who are feeling you know I should be paid more for the work that I do there should be better opportunities and look there these people who don't look like me being brought into our city to be settled yeah they're probably going to compete for the same jobs and that's led to some dissatisfaction three mentioned the the unveiling or the showing of the statue of Ronald Reagan today what other kinds of celebrations are being planned well there's a big party is scheduled for tomorrow evening at the Brandenburg gate course the Brandenburg gate is where president Kennedy spoke in nineteen sixty three or call each bin ein Berliner speech president Reagan as we mentioned in nineteen eighty seven it's been the center of the city sense the eighteen hundreds of sort of ceremonial center so there will be a big concert there now there's some possibility it might be raining so that I could have it have an impact but as you can imagine that since this is Germany there'll be classical music and this is the evening wears on there will be a lot of like trying to dance music but if everyone were looking to see what sort of crowd might come out for that tree even putting the weather aside but I'm guessing it's probably a larger major going to be an older crowd people who remember the it's just the amazement of what happened November ninth nineteen eighty nine so we still have a lot of American troops in Germany and course all around Europe but in in Germany so are they are they showing up for either out in the streets for this I'm not seen any so far interestingly I was at a government events government sponsored event last night and the culture minister of Germany made up points to talk about how appreciative Germany in particular Germans of of her age work for the American support immediately after the wall fell and it came as a surprise to many people what happened afterward it might have been something short of reunification she said she was saying that they could be some sort of confederation or alliance but she said that president George H. 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Trump awards Medal of Freedom to Ed Meese

Ben Shapiro

00:46 sec | 9 months ago

Trump awards Medal of Freedom to Ed Meese

"News president trump is honoring Ronald Reagan's former Attorney General ed Meese today with the presidential medal of freedom I want to thank you I want to thank you for your incredible lifetime of exceptional service and of devotion to our country during a White House ceremony the president called me is an inspiration to liberty loving citizens everywhere he also praised Meese as a fighter for freedom and a champion of law and order the medal of freedom is the nation's highest civilian honor ed Meese expressed his gratitude to president Reagan and I will always be indebted to him not only for the honor he did by having me a build a hundred I need to serve under his leadership for thirty

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Republicans slam Trump over withdrawal of troops from Syria

Morning Show with Sean and Frank

05:33 min | 9 months ago

Republicans slam Trump over withdrawal of troops from Syria

"Has the president is just getting you're always taking fire from all sides here this morning and this has to do what I wanna make sure we college member we've got troops in in Syria troops there there were helped to stabilize the situation is we were trying to find fight and defeat ISIS and I think as successfully decimated them you're never going to defeat the ideology but you know we did win this battle no question about that we're talking about fifty troops that's it the present is moving fifty troops within Syria not out of the country but just out of the northern border there were the Turks plan on the going in and taking care of some of their business for whatever reason the president saying look this is a campaign promise and this is something and it's just amazing me the president is getting hammered for pulling troops out of harm's way one second we get to a hundred percent now I get to a hundred percent then they say well maybe we could stay longer too well when do we get out is going to be a time we get it we have to bring our people by phone yeah and again this was supposed to be a short term hit maybe about sixty to ninety days it has now lasted for years and the president doesn't want mission creep like we've seen in Afghanistan like we've seen elsewhere get in get the job done get out I will get the courage here in just a second because that would be my only concern but I think the president can adequately address that Lindsey Graham of courses warning here comes the third World War this is going to lead to the re emergence of isis and the biggest one of all this will be the Iranians in as to that when you've got Democrats and Republicans in agreement and disagreement over this senator Mike Lee says we should be thanking president trump it should not be any more difficult for a president to take us out of a war zone it is for him to get us into a war zone what we really ought to be thanking him for doing this we should be thank you for keeping his campaign promise something other presidents all the politicians of of failed to do senator Ron Paul agrees with president trump I think president trump recognizes what president Reagan recognized unfortunately to lighten Beirut leaving three or four hundred people in an area that are vulnerable could lead to catastrophe but also doesn't really do anything to secure our national security you know I'm kind of the bleed goes big go big or go home you know two or three hundred people are just a trip wire to get is drawn into something and a tragedy probably so again we're talking about fifty troops of that's it and according to a Pentagon official called this does not constitute a withdrawal from Syria we're talking about a small number of troops that will move to other bases with in Syria once again manufactured outrage even on the part of US senator Lindsey Graham Nikki Haley's come out we'll hear from Meghan McCain she went on on on his moment yesterday on the on the view Benghazi sue will be with us here shortly we'll talk about her as says sing along with Mitch is opposed and I get a look at the biggest concern I I mention this yesterday what were the courage the courage to help those those who fight in Iraq the fight against Iran the fight against ISIS the Kurds understand the enemy being radical Islam so they fought with us they have shed blood with us as our allies and you don't want to hang out to dry and president trump has warned order one you know be careful with our troops be careful with the Kurds and the president on Monday defending this decision so he will quote totally destroyed I'm a liberal obliterate Turkey's economy if it does anything off limits in Syria including going after the courage that was my only concern is in these people who fought with us as our allies you wanna make sure that you know you you take care of them but here this is this is Much Ado About Nothing front with over fifty troops being moved within the country this is an thousands and thousands of troops on I can't imagine the reaction is within when we but we pull out of Afghanistan for good well the based meal basically will of the fear was is that Turkey was going to invade Syria and at the same time maybe a slaughter the Kurds are friends and the president has basically laid down the gauntlet as to what would happen if Turkey did such a thing there would be huge results that the that the the you know including sanctions and things of that nature that up and in fact maybe even pushing for Turkey out of the out of the NATO alliance there are a number of different things that the president wants that you know would do if if Turkey did it eventually try you know to invade Syria and and tried to annihilate the the Kurds now what and again though they are dead or alive that was an interesting chain and we knew the reason the reason why we need that the Incirlik airforce base there that is a key player in the in the Middle East but the again I'm sure the president any cities that comments are conversations with the receiver to on the Turkish president I understand that the again you leave our troops alone and you make sure that you're not going on there taken taken out the Kurds and it's all it's all for fun that being said this this is total over reaction we got more of a

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US, Russia And Mikhail Gorbachev discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

US, Russia And Mikhail Gorbachev discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal

"The US has formally withdrawn from a nuclear treaty with Russia raising fears of a new arms race with that country the intermediate range nuclear forces treaty was signed by president Reagan and Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev in nineteen

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"president reagan" Discussed on Newt's World

Newt's World

15:25 min | 1 year ago

"president reagan" Discussed on Newt's World

"The pope has a joint press appearance with the head of the dictatorship bureau sqi, and you can see leg is shaking his so frightened and so on certain what to do with the pope. That he's just totally rattled. Yes. I think that's true. And I think it's just a mate, that approximately said of the polish population attended masses, and which the pope spoke and not nine days in Poland thud. What does that mean it means if you go to that rally to a mass if you listen to that some and you want to clearing ourselves, this for God, maybe distant for freedom at this than for Poland, but still missing you turn to your rice, the person on your rice, you know, that, that doing the same thing that experiencing the same emotions, the same sense of liberation and the person that's true for the person on your left as well. So everybody knows that, that crowd all of them doing things, which in principle, according to a communist hostile to that regime. And that gives them that, that moment than and. Obviously from that point on a sense that no, they don't have to follow those fellows rules, that don't have to obey, then it'd have to be frightened, and they don't have to accept that some political Pasi is going to lay down, what the future is going to be they can make their own future in conjunction with the friends and family. That is liberation since that the pope's visit gave simply by going to that mass, you liberated yourself and one point, where with Pablo who's not a Catholic is not particularly religious. He's a very, very famous writer and poet playwright, and he had been an exile in and had only become head of the Czech Republic. And so I said to him what was the decisive moment where things began to change? And he said, oh, there's no question that it was on the pope came to Poland. He said that sent shockwaves through every single country eastern Europe. We were all used to. Quietly talking to each other. We'd all go up into the mountains along the border between the two countries and we'd all have cabins on our side of the border. Then we'd walk we go cross and see each other because the wasn't difficult border inside the curtain, the big border was between the on Kirkman, the rest of the world. And he said, you know, for me that was the decisive moment in many ways, the pope make solidarity real while Reagan and Thatcher in the pope really matter how seminal do you think that trip was in setting the stage that people be into realize that there was a potentially used one or ability in the Soviet empire? I think it's different in every come because of the different degrees of repression to considerable degree, but protected polls, and including those who are not capstick from the communist repression communist frightened of. They wanted to subvert and they wanted they, they prepared to attack Nuys, but they didn't want to constant open conflict, but they could never predict the outcome that checks with, with the most repressed, then they would oppress because of sixty eight and the regime came in then pose what they called. No melas -ation was determined to in the sensor stole sense of the communist that communist life was a reasonable normal kind of life. And they banished people who rebelled who dissented in the smallest ways to humiliating jobs. The Hungarian government after a period of tremendously tough crackdown. People executed sent off to labor camps in fifty six about some ten or twelve years, they started to liberalize, and they sent to corrupt the Hungarian people to give them a little freedom here, and the Greenwich, increasing. Doses. Yes, you can send your kids to university. You can travel abroad, limited kid. Maybe you can have small gosh, in the country these kinds of things. But the, the price of is, we want you just to keep out of politics. Also got one on the other. And of course, kinda ready clever true leader of the communist, he described his regime's viewers as he who is not against us is with us. And so all of these countries are different than all the government's abusing them, but it'd be quite different ways, and the gradually in all three cases opposition grew. But it goo most, I think Muslims Poland because the church itself on the one hand and the great personal chief of electro insa and the sullen down on movements on the other meant that they were prepared to step out to say. Things loudly. When other people said, clinically and to transform a situation in which the people innocence lived alongside communism and trying to get by two one in which they defined the end of communism comes in stages. They were preparing themselves for the moment when a greater freedom would arise begun to arise. Masala downers. He and the pope in Poland, and it gradually spread to the rest of the eastern bloc until in the end the communist government cuts, a deal with the Australians. They literally have a picnic on the border, but Australia, they cut me by the steel, and then the next thing that happens is people from east Germany, who have occasioning flee through and all of a sudden the events begin that lead of the Berlin Wall. Collapsing. It's an extraordinary story. It's the end of Bootle revolutionary. Regime grab freedom, I by degrees, and then much more massively part of what was happening. I think was that you had people who understood how to be very dramatic Thatcher. Was in some ways a natural teacher. Reagan had been an actor in their first meeting between Reagan the pope. They compare notes on the two big parallels. The pope had wanted to be an actor early in his life before he went into the seminary in it actually been part of a group that met regularly in Krakow, even when it was a death penalty to belong to that group and the Nazis were trying to stamp out, polish national identity. And of course, Reagan Bennett professional actor. So they actually comparing notes on their jobs, and one of the tools that brings to you, and you can see this. I think the pope not just in Poland, but around the world that he's playing the role of being a great crusader. He looks the part he. The part, we tend to remember now is a very old man who was suffering from significant illness. But when he was younger, he was an astonishingly, vigorous person, just as Reagan and Thatcher were both vigorous, and there was some weird contrast between the Soviet leaders who is Reagan said, they could never arrange a summit because they kept dying faster than they could organize the summit. And I think you have some of that kind of experience underway dealing with these guys. And so you do have this sense of mutual vigor in the west and an atrophying system in the east, and I think that, that was part of the symbolism that really made a big difference. I agree with that, that fest me actually nine hundred seventy nine just have to miss his being elected. She had found this energy and this is part of what the pope is playing off on his trip. He is representing vitality. He's also representing salvation. So in a sense you have this failing regime that can't meet any of its goals. Can't give people decent living. Can't give them hope for decent future. And have a pope, who's, basically in a very charismatic and powerful way offering you so Vatian that's true by the midday. She's, they were for putting that departure. Definitely out amendment meeting coming leading apparatchik in London, when he was on the visit from Hungary, and he was very candy in how he described to me the way in which he politics and Hungary was going to go. And he said, both the hog line at the moment is still go enough to stop moving tools multiparty elections, but that's going to break down. And I would guess we'll have multiparty elections in AGA raising on, and I remember saying, well you're gonna lose them is yes, we lose them, the communist will split into it will be a hotline such remaining communist others will become social Democrats, and you posses something like that. And we will lose the first election. That's inevitable the situation in Hungary is for any government is extremely tough. We have lots debts things on work that, well, so we will probably win the election after that. And the fact is that is exactly what happened and they were losing power. But they still have craft and shrewdness and coming, and that's why for the first ten fifteen years after nine eighty nine we had freedom, but the communist was still running quite a lot of things. It took a long time before people in the sense adapted to freedom. They had adapted. I was of communism in eighty nine but they had not in the sense adopted for freedom, and it took some time before they succeeded in doing, so it was a that was a hard decade for the people of, of eastern Europe after eighty nine. See that, for example, with these Germany, which when it collapsed, and they merged with west Germany, the cultural differences between being in an entrepreneurial, free enterprise society, where you're expected to work every day. And you're expected to be productive, and having come out of a communist bureaucracy whereas, the, the famous saying was that the, the Soviets pretend to pay us and we pretend to work, and that's simply wouldn't function in the setting those oven as you look at that period you see movement and you, you realize how big the rallies are for the pope, the passion that people brought to these meetings, when the pope would ride into town in an open air vehicle, the crowds lining the streets in the excitement was and for nine days. That's what he's doing. And so the whole country as you said, the third of the people physically saw him, everybody's on television despite. The efforts to sort of censor it, minimize it. And you could sort of see one of my favorite scenes, as a all night youth movement. And the pope goes and sits with them, thousands and thousands of young people. He sits them for oh, three or four hours, and he sort of has his hand on his chin, just watching them and thinking about them. And this whole sense of watching a new generation rally to freedom rally to the church, and you could feel his sense of satisfaction at that point. Yes, that is absolutely true. On the other hand, we have to remember the all of the other events that are occurring about this time, which make the progress of mankind set of speed towards greater freedom and liberty in Europe and elsewhere, more complicated than it seems to us remember that we huge rallies in western Europe, at that time again. Against the installation of the cruise impose, you missiles by the United States in western Europe, those missiles with the innocence to be a counter to the missiles, that have been placed in eastern Europe, by the Soviets, which directly threatened accuracy, western cities. Now they attracted millions of people to, and they frightened governments. They were always hoping to get the hope of the conflict, judge did get the help of some bishops just as the conflict bishops in the United States, very critical of Reagan's OEMs build up, but never go to the pope, and they got the strong opposition, not only of Reagan, but also Mississauga and other western European use him..

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Fresno Grizzlies lose sponsor due to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez video

Bill Handel

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Fresno Grizzlies lose sponsor due to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez video

"A company has cut ties with the California, minor league baseball team that played 'em Memorial Day video that had images of Alexandria, Cossio Cortez and those of Kim Jong UN and Fidel Castro, the Fresno bee reports the raising company sun made terminated its sponsorship of the Fresno grizzlies on Wednesday. The company said the grizzlies apology, but said terminating the sponsorship was still. Right thing to do now. The AAA affiliate the Washington nationals said it failed to properly that the video that was found on YouTube. The video has all these patriotic images and excerpts from President Reagan's first inaugural speech. But when Reagan mentions enemies of freedom, it's when the video shows Kim Jong UN Oko Cortez and Fidel Castro. So if you wanna see what all the controversies all about, it's KFI AM six forty dot com, keyword, wakeup

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Russia follows US in exiting key cold war arms deal

Rush Limbaugh

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Russia follows US in exiting key cold war arms deal

"Some fearing ever return to the Cold War as another wheel falls off a decades old nuclear arms, treaty. It's a move someone could trigger a new arms race Russia officially suspending its obligations to the intermediate range nuclear forces treaty. This coming amid accusations from both sides with Washington last month announcing it would pull out of the treaty unless Moscow returns to compliance. Russia denying breaches and accusing the US of violating the pact brokered by President Reagan, and Gorbachev it bans U S and Russian land-based missiles with a range between three hundred and thirty four hundred

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"president reagan" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"president reagan" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Day. It starts now. From ABC news. I'm Richard Cantu. This is a moral issue. President Trump during his state of the union address hitting heavily on border security. The lawless state of our southern border is a threat to the safety security and financial well being of all America, you did not declare a state of emergency, but vows to build his wall on the southern border in the past most of the people in this room voted for a wall, but the proper wall never got built. I will get it built. This is congressional negotiators work against next. Friday's deadline for getting an agreement. The president also announced he'll go to Vietnam February twenty seventh and twenty eight fours. Second summit with North Korea's leader satiate rooms who barely lost. Georgia's gubernatorial election invoked past presidents on treatment of immigrants in the democratic retort compassionate treatment at the border is not the same as open borders. President Reagan understood this President Obama understood. Did this Americans understand this and Democrats stand ready to effectively secure our ports and borders? The president's inaugural committee has been subpoenaed for records about donors. No one has been charged with any crime yet. But the subpoena makes clear investigators are exploring a host of potential crimes tied to Trump's inauguration, including money laundering, illegal contributions from foreign nationals and conspiracy to defraud the United States ABC's Pierre Thomas at least ten people were killed in a pre-dawn fire in an apartment house in Paris, the blaze deliberately set, a forty year old woman is in custody, suspected arson. A resident of the building psychiatric issues his reported. She started the fire after an argument with a neighbor police stopped her as she tried to send light to a car outside the block ABC's, James Longman. You're listening to ABC news ready to create your own income with your own home based business where there's. No such thing as getting laid off if a billionaire entrepreneur spent five years in twenty million dollars searching for the next big trend..

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Russia's Putin oversees test of hypersonic weapon

KDWN Programming

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Russia's Putin oversees test of hypersonic weapon

"The Kremlin says the Russian military has successfully tested a new hypersonic glide vehicle with President Vladimir Putin watching from the control room. Putin calls the intercontinental system Avin guard and says the US cannot intercept it as it flies at twenty times the speed of sound three weeks ago today secretary of state, Mike Pompeo warned the US is ready to abandon the intermediate range nuclear forces treaty over such testing the burden falls on Russia to make the necessary changes only they can save this treating President Reagan negotiated the deal with Russia. Back in

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President Reagan, Vice President And President discussed on Red Eye Radio

Red Eye Radio

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

President Reagan, Vice President And President discussed on Red Eye Radio

"Acting as if the markets would correct themselves that unemployment would fix it self and people were looking for some a leader a president that was feeling their pain, and the heartland, and he seemed more involved with issues pertaining to the UN and the end of the Cold War CBS's. Vicki Barker, traveled with candidate Bush was a sense that he was just this pale shadow of the very charismatic President Reagan whose vice president, of course, he was. But once he was on the campaign, he emerged as his own, man. And you realize that this was a guy who was very well educated. Very bright could think on his feet and also had a very droll sense of humor.

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Small-Business Confidence Stays at Near-Record High

Bloomberg Surveillance

01:02 min | 1 year ago

Small-Business Confidence Stays at Near-Record High

"On small business confidence, John Tucker, where is the optimism. Now. This is from the NFL. I be the monthly survey owners do remain optimistic the small business owners here in the US. Their main index the NFL at edged down to one zero seven point four last month is still remains the record was one eight point eight so not much of a drop the bottom line. They're still optimistic. However, if you dig deeper into the survey. Yeah, you see signs of inflation. More owners say they're going to pass on the costs of hired labor costs intersex rumors by raising prices that is if they can find the labor out there because that remains a mung their chief concerns finding qualified candidates to hire. They're just not out there. This is the issue that really winds up and the small businesses they had to compete with the larger businesses. The larger businesses are winning because they can offer more in terms of pay voice said that started. Compensation? This cult called a small business started with President Reagan in the big companies really can compete. There

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Trump plans to pull U.S. out of nuclear arms treaty

Think Realty Radio

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Trump plans to pull U.S. out of nuclear arms treaty

"President Trump says the US is going to pull out of a three decades old arms control treaty with Russia. The president telling reporters after his Nevada rally on Saturday. He wants to develop weapons that are banned by the treaty. So it has to pull out of the treaty. The nineteen eighty-seven intermediate range nuclear forces treaty was signed by President Reagan and Russia's Mikhail Gorbachev NATO ministers issued a statement praising the treaty and saying it's been critical to keeping peace and security. They also call on Russia to offer more details about its new missile and its

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Trump says US will withdraw from nuclear arms treaty with Russia

Think Realty Radio

01:31 min | 1 year ago

Trump says US will withdraw from nuclear arms treaty with Russia

"President Trump says the US is going to pull out of a three decades old arms control treaty with Russia. The president telling reporters after his Nevada rally on Saturday. He wants to develop weapons that are banned by the treaty. So it has to pull out of the treaty. The nineteen eighty-seven intermediate range nuclear forces treaty was signed by President Reagan and Russia's Mikhail Gorbachev NATO ministers issued a statement praising the treaty and saying it's been critical to keeping peace and security. They also call on Russia to offer more details about its new missile and its capabilities.

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Mega Millions jackpot swells to record $868 million

Glenn Beck

12:21 min | 1 year ago

Mega Millions jackpot swells to record $868 million

"To be unsealed today. It's going to happen from what I've heard it's going to happen this morning, probably around like the end of the show. So I don't think we're going to actually be able to get into it on today's show tomorrow gonna talk to Billy grant who was Doug wardlow campaign manager. And obviously, we'll we'll all have had plenty of time, including the media to see if there's anything salacious in these divorce records, and you tweeted out a couple of things yesterday in regards to this. And some of the some of the rationale that Kim Ellison was giving about not releasing these talking about exposing. It was like it was like she she didn't want to have her history with like depression exposed. But yet it saying that she exposed her history of depression. I know it seems so. I mean, you know, of course, I'm coming out this from a from a place of pretty extreme bias against he's a horrible person freely. He is you totally right. Terrible. Terrible. Attorney general desperately do not want him to win. But if your argument is that you don't want, you know, you want you want certain aspects of the divorce records to remain sealed because of your history of depression, your history of mental health issues yet, you know, you're giving a press conference talking about those issues. What's in the file that you're not already disclosing? Nobody's going after Kim Ellison here. Right. Nobody nobody who has an interest in. What's in these divorce? Records is doing it under the oh, we're going to get Kim Nelson. We're gonna we're gonna drag her through. But no has nothing to do with her. It has everything to do with Keith Ellison has everything to do with his character is everything to do with his history of having abuse allegations made against him from spouses, and and and that's that's what people are looking for. So I if I'm Kim Nelson. You know, I'm I don't worry. Nobody's coming after you my. My theory is that once it's open. This is easy in easy to make once these records are open then all of the answer. Larry comments leading up to it are going to make sense. Like once we see what's in it. We're going to go. Oh, okay. That's why she said this. Okay. That's why he said that. I think that this is they're setting the stage for whatever gets revealed. The biggest thing for me is that something is going to get revealed. We just don't know what it is yet based off of. We've got the answer before we know what the question is j Keith Ellison is clearly nervous. Yeah. Number five, a majority of Americans say that they oppose celebrities getting involved in politics. Like all the things that Democrats are doing the Americans. Don't like amazed. Incredible from the hell majority of American voters say that they oppose celebrities giving political endorsements. That's according to a new American barometer survey the poll conducted by the hill dot dot or I'm sorry by Hilda TV and the Harris ex polling company found that sixty percent of respondents said that they opposed celebrities giving political endorsements because they polarized public opinion and distract from the important issues of the day. Forty percent of respondents said that they support celebrities giving endorsements because they spread awareness and engage people to vote. The Paul also showed a partisan divide on the issue with eighty percent of Republicans polled saying that they oppose the endorsements and forty three percent of Democrats saying the same twenty percent of Republicans said they were in favor of celebrity endorsements while fifty seven percent of Democrats also said that they supported the endorsements. Well, Republicans have been skeptical of Hollywood's involvement in politics, President Trump and former President Reagan were involved in the entertainment industry before they entered politics. This Paul Kim's Russia, you know. The poll came roughly a week after museum musicians, Kanye west and Taylor swift made waves in the political arena. I think that that, you know, the the the Khania situations really interesting from a from a lot of different angles that we won't get into right now that and a lot of that we've already talked about. But the fact that that Kanye, and this was again more courtesy of Kansas Owens who tweeted this out. You know, Taylor swift was asking people do who to vote for in Konya was was doing sort of the keep an open mind. He was being the quintessential example of an individual who was actually looking for looking at both sides and for a long time has been doing that. I would agree with that. And I think the left is very fearful either on a on a subconscious on a conscious level of celebrities actually, doing what did I mean, actually being genuine and authentic Connie was being genuine and authentic. That's not to say, I don't think Taylor swift was. But the difference is Connie as saying, you know, think for yourself while Taylor saying go and vote for somebody. Nobody believes these celebrities, and that's part of the that's that's the reason why if if the majority of if. The majority of celebrities were Republicans. I have no doubt that Republicans will be doing exactly the same thing. The Democrats are doing, but that's not the case. And be that as it may. You can have your Robert Danny juniors. Your your hoax, whatever go out there. And talk about everybody. Go vote doesn't matter. What side you're on? We all know they're full of it. Yeah. We all know the day. We all notes joke. Yeah. At some point though. I would you know. There should be some conversation about, you know, the these like in-kind contributions to a political party because they really are. They really are. And and and you know, media can get dinged for that. But for some reason celebrities get an absolute pass, there's a story in the in the city pages and talking about Samuel Jackson is out there in an ad scooping. Poop for Angie, Craig. This is N G Craig's zig kitty commode. So we're in the article it says that he's part of this particular swing left grassroots movement. It's an organization he basically eat he's given to the organization, but he put himself on a list. So the organization can just Jews. Samuel Jackson doesn't care about the Jason Lewis, Angie. Craig? No. Of course. Who who who who is this person is it is Angie, Craig not crock? Right. Okay. So he has no idea. Excellent job. Sam stellar top five. And thank you too early. Bird electric for sponsoring SAM's top five we're going to be speaking with Fox News

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"president reagan" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"president reagan" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"But instead it means you attack the environment. You know you, you smash a rock or something. You could be brought up on charges for the international criminal court. The reason John Bolton was so precise here is because the ICC wants to go after American soldiers. They want to go after American soldiers who served in Afghanistan or Iraq, and they want to prosecute them for alleged war crimes. And we are not going to allow that to happen. Ambassador Bolton was so clear if you come after us, we're gonna sanction you. We're going to not allow you to enter the United States. This is not going to end well, and at the same time in the same speech, he makes an announcement that the US is booting out the PLO's office. The Palestinians office in the United States were kicking them out because it's illegal, here's embassador Bolton. The department of state will announce the closure of the Palestine. Liberation Organization is here in Washington DC. President Reagan recognized in this context, the executive has the right to decide the kind of foreign relations if any, the United States will maintain and the Trump administration will not keep the office open when the Palestinians refused to take steps to start direct and meaningful negotiations with Israel according to one thousand nine hundred seven law, the p. l. o. should never have had an office there in the first place. And now this ministration is enforcing the law. So much of this administration is about enforcing the law, which is a very important thing because as we reflect seventeen years later reflected look around the world. So much of what we can do is to simply enforce the law and keep the order of nations going into defend American national interest because the United States is the greatest country in the history of the world. We ought to do that. We ought to be a sovereign country. People hate us because of our freedom, but we need to maintain that freedom. And if there's any silver lining, that is the silver lining of that tragic day seventeen years ago. So we've. It's so hard on September. Eleventh because there there's just no way to feel good about it. You ever. There's a silver lining to the storm cloud, but there's no way to say. Yeah, but really it was. It was all for the best. Oh, it was all for the best. You can't say that it was. I speak as a New Yorker and is a little kid when it happened it, you felt it. So viscerally in New York, and then people, you know, ev- virtually everyone in New York New somebody who was killed that day or knew somebody who knew somebody who was killed, that there was related to somebody and then everyone around the country after nine, eleven, even if you weren't affected directly by that attack on in New York and Washington, you were a lot of people know servicemen who signed up to defend the country and it's just a tough day. It's tough day and you've got to just sit in that, I think, and try to reflect and see if there is there were lessons for that for how we move forward. But you can't. You can't put lipstick on a pig. You can't say that it's a, it's a nice thing. It was good for the, you You know. know it was good and we learned something from it. And really, you know, it was all worth it or something in the end. It was a really awful moment for the country. There were some nice things that we can get out of suffering, but it's a suffering. None the less suffering consent defy, but it's still suffering. So to everybody who lost somebody that day, you have my condolences and you'll be in our thoughts and prayers. And for people who sacrificed went overseas fought to defend our freedom. Thank you for that because freedom isn't free and we'll be back tomorrow and we'll be able to cover all the craziness in the news. In the meantime, I'm Michael Knowles. This is the Michael null show. I'll see you tomorrow. The Michael Molson's produced by semi Villarreal executive producer, Jeremy Boorda, senior producer, Jonathan head. Our supervising producer Mathis Glover and our technical producer is Austin Stevens edited by Jim Nichol. Audio is mixed by Mike core. Amina hair and makeup is by Jessica over the Michael Knowles show is a daily wire for would publishing production copyright forward publishing twenty eighteen.

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"president reagan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"president reagan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Presidents get smacked of both parties get smacked in these off year elections. There's nothing necessarily just gonna guarantees that. President Trump wins the day here. Yeah. But the fact that he would not win the day that has happened to President Obama, President Clinton President Reagan Franklin Roosevelt. So my point is that at the end of the day a lot of those presidents all of them got reelected, some some of them by huge margins two years later. So don't don't you know, sort of let this stuff skew your your your vision on this because the these presidents can overcome this kind of thing, it seems to be the sort of norm with voters expressing their whatever at the moment. But two years later is two years later, and I think the Democrats if they do take over could certainly do some things that could make it even easier for the president to get reelected actually right in two thousand twenty contributing editor at the American spectator. Jeffrey, Lord, he can follow on Twitter at real Jeffrey, Lord, Jeffrey, we always appreciate the time. Thanks so much for joining us. Thank you, sir. All right. Yes. You to talk to you again next week coming up next. We've got a bunch of stories that we haven't touched on yet. Also, some some new information from the Woodward book, he had some things to say we've got some I've got a couple of stories I got to mention morose maroshek real quick because I have a real problem with not only what she's doing. But also with the media's enabling her to do I'll tell you about that next year. PM Tampa Bay. There are some things. Alexa, isn't good at Alexa. Can you watch? My back for me. I don't have any hands idiot. Besides all of your backyard, grosses me out. But there's one thing. She's great at.

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"president reagan" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"president reagan" Discussed on KTRH

"To protect our nation's great legal heritage in keeping with president reagan's legacy i do not ask about a nominees personal opinions what matters is not a judge's political views but whether they can set aside those views to do what the law and the constitution require i am pleased to say that i have found without doubt such a person tonight it is my honor and privilege to announce that i will nominate judge bread capital to the united states that was from last night the president judge cavanaugh selected to be the next supreme court justice the left of course going crazy and even people conservatives republicans all that had advocated for other people weighing in left and right we do have a lot of background about his judicial philosophy as i have been saying all day which really is at the heart of all of this here to weigh in is former speaker of the house author of the bestseller trump's america the truth about our nation's great comeback another massive runaway bestseller newt gingrich i wanna ask you this i actually quoted you last night on the five i was hosting and then on on hannity and i think that you know of every american before the president spoke just imagine that hillary was about to come out and make her second choice for the us supreme court how would we feel but yet you still get a whining and the complaining and there is a natural dow is he really going to be in the mold of alito scalia and thomas everybody i think that's a legitimate fear based on past failures first of all we have so often had our hopes broken by people like shooter who turned out to be such total disasters this reasonable to be anxiety ridden on the other half own the court now for twelve years which considering the fiftyone shows you his i fifty three rather so he got on he got on the appeals court at forty one years of age he's authored three hundred opinions eleven of his descendants have been picked up by the supreme court who sided with him and overrode the liberal majority on his court he is very clearly on most issues deeply committed to a constitutional reading of the law and to being bound by the founding fathers sense he's very much i think like scalia in fact he was described by a liberal professor who wrote a very positive op ed saying that he thought he should be approved even though this is a pro clinton liberal democrat but who knows person and said look he said he said this is this guy's like slivered even better educated and you said you're going to be very impressed with that's a hard mountain climb because scalia was a genius the thing let me just say that we were very fortunate close that i were actually in the white house having dinner with vice president pence watching the introduction and we went to little reception for the kavanagh's including a chance to talk at length with his father who's a very charming man and who talked about how how true reeler on what you said you know his wife used to come home and she would his here's a now judge cavenaugh about eleven or twelve years of age and over dinner she's practicing her closing argument as as a prosecutor now to conduct some guy and his job at eleven twelve years of age to take apart or arguments legal training began with mom sitting there at the kitchen table and they're just a charming family and i think you know devout catholics active in coaching is two daughters and men basketball active in helping serve food for the poor it'd be fascinating to watch the left try to demonize him because i think he's actually a very decent human being it was interesting you say that because last night i said oh by the way you see that family and i put up the family on the screen i said there about absolutely smear slander and try to destroy that man and his family and by the way it was happening even as i said it with a in terms of the democrats and and their reaction i'll tell you where i get the most hope in terms of what his judicial philosophy is and we do have a lot in terms of his background and you know he is weighed in on on really important issues including religious liberty and separation of powers and freedom.

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"president reagan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"president reagan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"To protect our nation's great legal heritage in keeping with president reagan's legacy i do not ask about a nominees personal opinions what matters is not a judge's political views but whether they can set aside those views to do what the law and the constitution require i am pleased to say that i have found without doubt such a person tonight it is my honor and privilege to announce that i will nominate judge bread capital to the united states that was from last night the president judge cavanaugh selected to be the next supreme court justice the left of course going crazy and even people conservatives republicans all that had advocated for other people weighing in left and right we do have a lot of background about his judicial philosophy as i have been saying all day which really is at the heart of all of this here it away in is former speaker of the house author of the bestseller trump's america the truth about our nation's great comeback another massive runaway bestseller newt gingrich i wanna ask you this you know i actually quoted you last night on the five i was hosting and then on on hannity and i think that you know of every american before the president spoke just imagine that hillary was about to come out and make her second choice for the us supreme court how would we feel but yet you still get a whining and the complaining and there is a natural dow you know is he really going to be in the mold of alito scalia and thomas everybody i think that's a legitimate fear based on past failures first of all we have so often head our hoax broken by people like suitor who turned out to be such total disasters this reasonable to be an anxiety ridden on the other hand on the court now for twelve years with considering these fifty one shows his first fifty three rather so he got on he got on the appeals court at forty one years of age he has authored three hundred opinions eleven of his defensive and picked up by the supreme court sided with him and overrode the liberal majority on his court he is very clearly on most issues deeply committed to a constitutional reading of the law and to being bound by the founding fathers sense he's very much i think in fact he was described by a liberal professor who wrote a very positive up and saying that he thought he should be approved even though this was a pro clinton liberal democrat but who knows him person said look this is this guy's like slivered even better educated and he said you're going to be very impressed with that's a that's a hard mountain climb because scalia was a genius the thing let me just say that we were very fortunate close that i were actually in the white house having dinner with vice president pence watching the introduction and then we went to a little reception for the kavanagh's including a chance to talk at length with his father was a very charming man and who talked about how how true reeler on what you said you know his wife used to go home and she would here's a now judge cavenaugh about eleven or twelve years of age and over dinner she's practicing her closing argument as as a prosecutor now to convict some guy and it's his job at eleven twelve years of extra take apart or arguments legal training began with mom sitting there at the kitchen table and they're just a charming family and i think you know devout catholics active in coaching is two daughters and basketball active in helping serve food for the poor i'm gonna be fascinating to watch the left try to demonize him because i think he's actually a very decent human being you know it's interesting you say that because last night i said oh by the way you see that family and i put up the family on the screen i said there are about absolutely smear slander and try to destroy that man and his family and by the way it was happening even as i said it with a in terms of the democrats and and their reaction i'll tell you where i get the most hope in terms of what his judicial philosophy is and we do have a lot in terms of his background and you know he is weighed in on on really important issues including religious liberty and separation of powers and freedom.

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"president reagan" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"president reagan" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"President reagan in the and the berlin wall on june twelfth nineteen eightyseven at the brandenburg gate president reagan told mister gorbachev if you seek peace if you seek prosperity if you seek liberalization tear down this wall yet thirty one years later here we are i know you you know what's interesting too and i met a gentleman it was rudy giuliani's friend and i should remember his name but he's the guy that told president reagan to say that like you know when he was in what they call the beast that he was in the he was in his limousine the president reagan was going to that speech and he didn't want they didn't want him to say that please president reagan don't say tear down that wall and the president said put it in i'm going to say president reagan said that's which i thought was so tally and one the famous speeches of all time that was june twelfth what you said oh my goodness eighty seven seven thirty one years ago how was your day will you guys weren't even born seventeen so also just a just a day troops in south korea donald trump says united states will not be reducing anything and the president says kim told them north korea is destroying test site but testing site but you know dr doctor dr keesa heath apples point they will be millions of people in north korea now whose life is going to be better even though you remember otto warmbier and the problem that was happening you know and and over there and how the horror the horror of that and it's it's just any it's inexcusable the torture and and everything that this north korea regime early put upon the the human on humanity but now now it's donald j trump who steps in and he's gonna be like a human rights savior off how many people are upset that i'm just loving you know what's as as much and as historic as only live about watching the progressive socialist getting out of their mind the president has plenty critics on the right as well and you know and i think that that certainly politically the the democrats are much more likely to criticize him for this but you know al mentioned earlier and you alluded to that you trust but verify and they're certainly there's no reason to take kim jong un's word that he's going to denuclearize right.

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"president reagan" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"president reagan" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"Tres but the judge did not issue his ruling today on whether any of those charges will actually be dismissed and the question is what does today's hearing mean for the muller pro to answer that question and more i'm doing msnbc legal analyst jill wine banks former assistant watergate special prosecutor and harry sending former assistant us attorney in the criminal division for the southern district of new york thank you for being here in here i'm gonna come to you i knew show tell me about this judge because donald trump seems to like him sure so jealous is judge in the eastern district of regina which is right outside of washington dc he's been on the bench for about thirty years he was appointed by president reagan and the late nineteen eighties he had the johnny walker lynn case which cheats notoriety in the years after and taliban exactly the american caliban so he's had some high profile cases and when you when you're dealing with the judge has been on the benches long as he has it's not surprising that they're very outspoken in their kind of gut level views about a case and they judge ellis did today will not not hesitate to share those views with the government it doesn't necessarily tell you where he's coming out judges need to make it look good they need to show that they're fair when you hear judge elevate he believes this is according to nbc news that special counsel is only interested in manafort to squeeze him for information quote that would reflect on mr trump or lead to his impeachment and when he goes on to say that prosecutors wanted the former trump campaign official mr manafort to quote saying but he warned that manafort might also compose that does not in your f former prosecutor until you oh this guy's going to dismiss this case i would rather if i were the prosecutor i would certainly rather him not have said these rights but i wouldn't necessarily jump to that conclusion he's going to have to basis decision on the law and we already saw that judge in the district of columbia expressed concern about this very similar type of argument and we also know that the regulations that.

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"president reagan" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"president reagan" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"The way the same doctor took care brazil bombing is very very well regarded by president obama in his family and by the above staff i read the quotes last night because the mainstream media could not believe deliver what they wanted cut them nineteen pierce you where president reagan was at the time the presidency can you say given after scrutiny of what was overlooked at the time the president reagan in terms of alzheimer's and things he was then known to suffer from a later date can you say whether the test that you ran for exclude any of those things and what the possibility overlooking something like that would be the hobbies urban people that this time i can say that that test you know i don't know president reagan's actual medical condition and i don't know what his condition was lock toward the end of his presidency i've read things in seeing the documentaries and stuff just like everybody here bullish us assume that they're you know they did have some you know evidence of cognitive impairment toward the end of his presidency i think i can reliably say i think that the folks in the mental health community out there where we've got me up on the fact that if he had some type of mental cognitive issue that this test is sensitive enough it would pick up on it he would not have got 30 out of 30 on the test so i'm very confident at this particular stage that he has nothing like they're going on like i said my personal experience has been that he is he didn't he is he has absolutely no cognitive or mental issues whatsoever that he is very sharp i went on to say this number 20 bali rumors.

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"president reagan" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"president reagan" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"In even president reagan in 1985 we're talking about the need to eliminate the uh the local tax deduction because it was basically incentivizing war or covering for some states to raise their taxes that much further are much higher than they are in other areas and it doesn't treat every american fairly in terms of where you have some people on low tax states paying for the high tax uh climates and other areas by eliminating it you also bring a new awareness spokes in those states to go we need to get our state taxes under control and maybe that's an opportunity for them to start lowering their taxes mark of course you you've you've worked obviously with the vice president what is the vice president's role in ill on capitol hill i know he's been an ongoing many times on this what is he doing these days well right now he's obviously spending a lot of time talking to both members of the house abbas about the need to pass tax reform right uh but there are also not stopping there they're continuing their work in terms of repealing and replacing obamacare getting a budget path right uh investing in now our military uh so there are a lot of things that are going on right now uh the vice president you you know plays a leading role on behalf of the president trump on capitol hill uh so much time uh as a member of congress uh before becoming the governor of indiana have yes so it's just one of the one of the many roles that he plays and it's a it's a natural fit perhaps he is so familiar with legislative process wanted israel's this really important in legislative processes to be that tiebreaking vote and it's also to preside over the senate we've talked to people who've been advising the white house including larry kudlow on this tax reform plan speech here is that look no matter what happens now i can overrule the parliamentarian in order to get reconciliation approved demeaning just a simple majority vote will get this tax plan through the senate no matter how it ends up in terms of its budget score is that the kind of thing that mike pence would do what he overruled a parlimentarian if he had to well i i wouldn't want to i wouldn't want to get out there head.

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"president reagan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"president reagan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Say they need some help trump station the president reagan as you know are bringing jobs back to the states what's this trip going to do for that well american businesses here say there's been a huge misunderstanding that of factory jobs lost in america were lost to chinese workers while in fact they've been lost to machines i spoke to the chamber of commerce president here in shanghai ken jarrett and here's how he explains than avertising for people to understand is that the successes of us companies here actually hope the us economy back home now those jobs may not be manufacturing jobs they could be either marketing or product development are in the in fact that better paying jobs the other thing is that american consumers have been benefiting from this relationship between the two countries because they get to buy cheaper goods there are made in china okay so what does the president bring to the table though i mean we know what he wants at a presidency right here once help with north korea what does the president have that he can offer well chinese businesses have been investing heavily in american technology and also american company so that's the believe one way in which america can get some leverage they can say well if china will not allow american companies to do something here in china than they should not be allowed to do the same in the us this is reciprocity and analysts say this negotiation really has to happen very quickly because china has a very ambitious plan called made in china 20 25 it's really a plan to upgrade the manufacturing moving in uh uh almost every major sector of the future they've already been very aggressive in artificial intelligence also green technology so american businesses here say that they need a level playing field before we let you go where she on tv of course the president in the forbidden city and walking around with presidency what's been like say on the streets of shanghai today honestly here in shanghai i haven't really seen much but you've got videos of president trump and the first lady visiting the forbidden palace is unprecedented i suppose four foreign dignitaries to be brought there on a state visit and the local media calls this state visit plus so president trump and the first lady are getting first class treatment here a source talks that are ahead will be very.

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"president reagan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"president reagan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"President reagan had started his career in hollywood so he had been used to earlier in his life publicity shots and having films that he was in um so i era he had a different sense of photography then other presidents because of their hollywood experienced did you get a sense of that from him yeah i think you is more aware of uh photographers and and photography and especially when it came to doing these portrait sessions which president obama heated to do he hated ashley pose for you know magazine covers or for photo shoots he hated that whereas president reagan um i think accepted that more and was more willing to give time to photographers to serve create these photographs for the man zine or for a cover our for like time and newsweek would often do portrait's in the oval office or outside the oval office and he was very much more accommodating for those kinds of situations than president obama um so did your political feelings affect your work with president reagan our president obama no i did not necessarily agree with some of the things that president reagan was doing but i did feel that uh he's he's a genuine person who in his mind was doing what he thought was right for the country like it'd be difficult to photograph someone that you didn't like but in terms of whether everything.

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"president reagan" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"president reagan" Discussed on WGTK

"A speechwriter to president reagan he is perhaps best known most celebrated for writing the great mr gorbachev tear down this wall and talking a little bit about the republican party now on the direction that were going a d u one of the things that president reagan clearly believed in and we are talking about this last night at dinner was the the idea of a big tent republican party right and and i remember we were looking at there are a black panthers who endorsed president reagan's elder eldredge cleveland reliever used to come to events here at the hoover institution and later years and years yes i met him here several times so ralph david abernathy who was number two to dr king and the southern christian leadership conference endorsed president reagan and i think endorsed him for the second term to eugene mccarthy the ultraliberal minnesota senator and something of a michael michael medved had a youthful infatuation has etsu but he endorsed reagan as same time i did and so it what about what happened to that idea that that the party has to reach people who've never ever been republicans before well it seems to have been forgotten donald trump i just i'm so my inclination partly because i'm contrarian but partly that because that you really think that the washington bubble as being unfair to trump into the administration particularly in a way to the administration so my inclination is to defend the men however the notion that you just take your bit of the country and you right off the rest is just not that is not a tenable s position in politics even over the shortterm and i defined the short term your demean even over the four years of one presidents single administration the donald trump and his administration of a by the way i give him a great deal credit and i give steve bannon agreed yield crediting kellyanne conway a great deal credit for recognizing that people that in the old days we would have called rigging democrats people who live in the upper midwest particularly pennsylvania had indeed been forgotten and perhaps even forgotten by both parties mitt romney was not making much of an appeal.

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"president reagan" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"president reagan" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The case that there is an argument has been for a long time that taiwan can make the same argument would create north korea's argument is we need new because we're facing a hostile us him invader taiwan can say we need new because we're faith little and they are a hostile people's republic of china invader and they did have a nuclear program and president reagan administration talked to be the when taiwanese out of ad i think it highly improbable we would start bad the it's it's possible of course politically but uh can you imagine the uproar of giving nuked on the other hand japan on its own can despite that terrible history of euro seamen nagasaki it has so much highgrade plutonium because it was so many reactor that it could quite easily create a formidable arsenal of nuclear weapons and i i don't think they do that yeah but to sort of thing that we hear about now i don't think that practical i take gentleman is correct more cells right that in theory china could could stop at her slow it down his by squeezing the economic spigot but there's no real sign of that other than some fairly if they token uh thanks of the there are perhaps going to help us in fourth after the new un resolution the ears his you know the thing barnayul i know we control the south's in the russians and the chinese control the door right after world war two after japan occupied korea why can't we get along with people why do we happen to have enemies why would the north be so upset with us and why are we cutting deals with him say look we're going to bring you food we're going to take care of your people um we need to be friends just like the russians and the chinese are it the great question you on theory there's something economic economics called the code tim that says you can always bargain your way out of a problem in effect in why can't we bargain away out of this one and it it's not clear me they the north korean have been in power for a long time as an ethnic regime it's not clear that want to give that up and we did do.

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"president reagan" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"president reagan" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Dr now i do i love going on second ondrives and one of the it's rated the second most beautiful highway in the country next to highway 1 around big seren california but which is covered right now by a terrible landslide but go ahead that's where i actually down oh you're checking out dr how wonderful mowing the lawn michael you're all are you not that president reagan travel the national in trade deficit he trouble the deficit but not the debt i we cripple both the debt and deficit no he did not work we do he he he he traveled the deficit uh he he absolutely did the chinhoyi it's the best money we ever spent it was to win the cold war it was for the defence build up and here's here's the thing and it's important the knowing about president reagan and and honoring his legacy he did submit balanced it's to congress but he was working with a strongly heavily democratic house controlled by tip o'neill and they basically through the reagan budgets out and went ahead and wrote their own and their their budgets allowed reagan his defence increases but it didn't do any correspond in cuts in anything and that's why we ended up with a deft since we did in fact you can say we won the cold war but in fact russia's just as strong as it was just nonsense or you don't pay hor no i think russia russia is no longer a superpower and everyone says how do you know that russia lost i mean that they lost of i think it's about a third of their population and and right now russia has a declining life expectancy is one of the united nations earth that has that they have problems of alcoholism opponents spoken about this they have a birthday earth they arm producing enough young russians he kind of ordered people to go out and get busy and make babe abc's and they're not doing it and it's not because the winter is because the economy is a disaster an end to think that russia is the same kind of threat to the united states that it used to be i think is not true all right then okay so a again i'm not sure the point.

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