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Newsradio 700 WLW

07:44 min | 4 months ago

"professor emeritus political science" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And From a distance. Everything probably looks and feels fine to yet my backyard. Everything seems to this well except for the squirrels in my dogs chasing on a regular basis. Tim McGee going to join us. After 10 o'clock. Former Bengals wide receiver covers the Bangles Force here. Does that postgame show with my man? Chick Ludwig, We'll talk to him about the NFL playoffs. Angles aren't in. Browns are Eight teams this weekend. Yeah, the Ravens to s. Oh, we'll talk to him a little bit later on that kevin car going to join us, my partner in the chubby and stick podcast Bob about 9 35 or so we'll see what there is going on. He's there's always something wrong with him for me for us. We I don't know into start stuff off because I think we should spend a couple of minutes trying to reorient ourselves to what has happened. What is ah, possibly going to happen in the weirdness and the cerebral times? They're trying to make sense of things always. Ah, pleasure to get some direction to get some insight to get some perspective. Former head of political science Wright State University. She's a Cincinnati kid. Though a Raider on professor emeritus political science and a terrorism expert in the wrote The first one is a textbook form on no domestic terrorism and so forth in general. And we get to talk a little bit about it. Sadly, a woman down at the Capitol just over a week ago, these strange times she is Dr. Don. It's like, Welcome back to 700 wlw was sterling. How are you this fine Friday night? I'm well, Thank you. I'm kind of holding my breath just like you. Not quite holding. It is hard is Nancy Pelosi is holding on to that article of impeachment. But, uh, it could be real quiet in D. C for a few days here. I have friends who live in the DC area, actually, and they tell me that they have the barricades in and around their neighborhood. Now they is set up and I've heard this on numerous news, cable news shows and stuff. But but it seems like this is now like some other type of country and some other type of circumstance rather than peaceful, calm. Exchange of power in the new administration is one exit stage left. Come January, 20th with President elect Joe Biden saying, Hey, I'm the guy is a president Trump heads off in his own little getaway deal. Uh, How bizarre is this in the history that you have studied doing what you do, Dr. Slag looking at this 2021 now shift in power in the weirdness in which we're living post insurrection times. I won't speak for the entire 20th century. But since our mid century experience teaches us and you know Al Gore and and the 2000 election and it was contested in the court had to rule it was incredibly tense. But he unfortunately unhappily accepted the ruling of the court in the country moved forward. We held our breath. Now we have not had a concession. Am we have a pandemic? I don't know if these times can get much stranger and more difficult and more tense. I was actually quite reassured to hear President elect Biden earlier today, his eye on the ball Talking about delivering the vaccine vaccine in arms, something that you know we can all relate to in these days, but so many questions of security situation. We have the likes of which we won't have seen since perhaps the 68 riots that have course nothing to do with. Well, it didn't have to do with what was going on in the country. And you know the Democratic convention a lot of protests and riots, but For most of us in our lifetimes associated with the transfer of power. Never. It's a very sad first for Americans, Professor emeritus, former head of political science and terrorism expert right State university Dr John. It's like with sterling on the Big one. So I have to ask. What we've seen in the last couple of days is information from federal authorities doing investigations having people either turned in people that they've seen on video people that may have been nearby for what they thought was going to be a Regular everyday, somewhat ordinary protest that turned into something like we've not seen in this nation early, said. I have it last week that we have seen rank and file military, former and current law enforcement those that work it and first responders is long firefighters, etcetera. Uh, were a part of this and there is something unsettling and very disturbing about. The layers of which I've said this term, and I've gotten some hate doctors like a bone. I say all the primordial ooze because there's something very visible and very basic about a lot of what has been going on, however irregular dealing with the politics of it. This crosses every social strata. This crosses every line that we have as you peel back the layers. Of people a party to what happened and the people supporting it. And what perhaps could be happening again in the future. What do you see of this? And what does this really mean for us as a nation? It is going to be a long wait as we begin. You know, exploring this conspiracy, which is, of course, if you're exploring tradition You're looking for the connections between the various groups. And I suspect that just from what we've learned so far, you talked about some of the The people who've been charged way are about to experience something. Sadly similar to what the German people experienced earlier this year when they found a significant skin frightening number of people in their special forces tied to neo Nazi cells. And, of course in in Germany, that is flat out illegal on by the as we begin, you know, veterans, first responders, you know, retired firefighter hurling a fire extinguisher at someone. It's almost Too sadly ironic to talk about. But the problem here in the study of Terrorism on the right right wing terrorism in our country, which would starts, of course with the clan. Very difficult. It's always been very difficult in our country to address the problem of terror from the right. The Germans have a saying, they said. We've been blind in the right eye. It's been very difficult for law enforcement to look within their own ranks or the ranks of veterans or even active duty personnel. But they have the weapons. They have access to them. They have the training and I suspect as do a lot of people that it will be a small cell or two or three of those. Responsible for the mayhem and the hunting. You know, they seem to be on the hunt. They were headhunting in the halls of our capital. They were looking for lawmakers. Correct. I mean, the talk had been that they were going to try them the way they talked about doing in Michigan and maybe execute lawmakers and let me see that leads me to something else. I'm sorry for interrupting. Dr Fleck is so you can get back on track, but It ties into it, which is the The idea that there may have been lawmakers that help sort of Direct and give access or at least knowledge of where access points could be to pursue those that they were looking to track down. I heard the interview with the member of Congress. I should think from New Jersey a former air Force officer, you know, trains, you know, report things that looked odd..

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"professor emeritus political science" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

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07:54 min | 5 months ago

"professor emeritus political science" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Dot org's I think that is a good entree. Into the latest column by one of my favorite gas, Charles Lipson. He is the professor emeritus political science at the University of Chicago. A contributor to Spectator USA. And he joins us now, Charles. Good Evening, Sir. How are you? Oh, I took pleasure to talk with you. As always. Let me a set you up. Send a fastball about but of nice. Nice fastball right across the center of the plane. You get into any field you want. Reading from your piece. It's a small miracle. Really. It only happens in America every December, the mailboxes filled with requests for donations. It's easy to see this onslaught as junk mail and some it surely is. Most of it is meaningful and significant. How so, professor? Well, First of all the reason it matters so much is that each of those charities except for a few, you know stinkers in the bunch, but almost all of them. Really help people, But what I wanted to do was make two or three points. In addition, the first one is I don't think Americans really understand it. We're almost unique in the world were certainly number one in terms of voluntary giving. But we're unique in the world In how important this voluntary, uh, contributions both in kind as you were mentioning both money and and the sort of sweat equity that we do, and, um The technical term that we sometimes use for it is civil society and what similar society means in this case is it's all of these voluntary. Organizations that air put together by individual people, some of majority somewhat more businesses, and they stand between the individual, the isolated individual and state power. I love your distinction. I love your distinction in the column. Charles about the world, giving index consistently ranking House number one China ranks dead last. But even you know, Social Democratic European countries on Lee, the Netherlands is even in the top 10. So in other words being told to give, it doesn't work out nearly as well as just saying. If you feel that you want to give give were much maligned for being a very divided country and we are in a very angry country in a very violent country. But, boy, we are very charitable. No, not me. Non comparison. We're very charitable country, and we probably forget that from time to time. Yes, well, some people do see a dark side. Toe. All this giving what they you know, Look, some people can see a dark side of everything. And they you tell them they have nice hair and they say, What about the rest of me? But Basically the reason that the Europeans don't give is that they expect the state government to do everything. And I'll give you an example in Chicago that many of your That many of your listeners would know that Jane Adams house right? It started out as a completely voluntary organization. It really it did something else. It was very important. It taught people how to Cook meals, So do all these different things. It was a melting pot organization built around self help both by the donors and the recipients. Over time. It became a pass through organization for state funding. And then, when the state funding got less, the organization collapsed. Yeah, exactly. Yeah, I visited that on hall Stead street while they were very oblique about that aspect of it. You know, when you're careful reading of the history Uh, of the you know the history of the charitable organization. It shows that it was in the decline when they lost their focus. Um Toqueville thought that this was very uniquely American, to our charitable sort of giving. Tokes Hills was a French aristocrat who this is the United States for less than a year in 18 31. He traveled all over and he came back with what many people think is the best book ever written about America and the best book ever written about democracy what he said. Um uh, was both the uniqueness of the civil society, which two centuries later is still the case. But he said it yet, uh, and the good works that are done, But, he said It served two purposes. All these volunteers is as soon as any issue came up. People formed a voluntary group and you see that all the time, and he said it's served two functions. It Yet, Um, got us out of our individualist preoccupation, some with making money, someone doing Whatever someone's family these air, not this. These are not bad things. It's just that there were individualists and isolating. And he said that taught us how to govern ourselves because We collaborate and as important it is, as it is to donate to the National Cancer Fund or whatever it might be or your religion, And so are its room. You learn to govern yourself when you are on your neighborhoods, caring committee and you food for your neighbor's kids? Yes, since Jamestown and Plymouth Rock and in the Ohio River Valley with, uh you know, I forgot the name of the little city that, Mary, uh I'll shoot and said, I just finished the book anyway, about the the the population of the Northwest territory during Jefferson's administration, But you know if you can help us build the fort, you can't stay in the fourth. That's that's uniquely American as well, You know, insisting, sustaining This space for individual choice in action is the larger meaning of all these requests that we get in December, and that happened in no other country they do more than fun. The organization's doing good work, They create a richer, more diverse society. A uniquely American one. And it's ah, David McCullough's book Pioneers and its Marietta, Ohio, is what I was struggling with their. But if it's great book about, you know, insisting on your rights without acknowledging your responsibilities, that's not freedom. That's just being a narrative. Well, so the point being, you have to contribute, and that's why we're still the greatest country on is a mike Medved. Just say God's green Earth, So I'm I love this piece. I don't apologize for it. Well, that's mad Vets of phrase, not mine. But anyway, I loved it and Clyde that I'm finishing this year of my broadcast career having you on, sir, because I always appreciate your contributions. When you take couple hold it. There was yes, we're going to go toe. A one word. Yes, I asked my guys to ask you. Uh, what Best word or phrase Two letters. Okay. What? Get anybody who can get it that small? Okay, what What? Two letters Best Describe the year. 2020 0. Why, Boy? I've had many listers who typed in two letters to me. I wanted to mention which ones they are, but, uh, you gotta live. It started with us. Exactly A lot of those Good Barney boy. It's the year of weight. Yeah, no kidding. Well, Professor, Thank you and happy New year and a happy holidays to you, and we'll talk next year and hopefully well, all right. Hopefully we'll all be back here. 2021 Charles Lipson, the professor emeritus of political science. University of Chicago. Here on Double yellows. 6 46 John Dempsey would traffic.

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"professor emeritus political science" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:46 min | 7 months ago

"professor emeritus political science" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Theater. Good evening. Welcome back to the damn prop show President Trump and Hunter by Hunter Find Joe Biden getting into it over Hunter Biden and also Joe Biden and the Biden Inc. Dealings in foreign countries. You mean the laptop is now another. Russia, Russia. Russia hopes exactly what this is exactly What is this? Where he's going? It's interesting. It was sort of muddled. I think the effort by Trump to raise the specter of The hunter Biden Computer, the email contents the statements from Hunter Biden business partners. That suggests that Joe Biden's lying that he knew about 100 Biden's business dealings that Hunter by and ran his business dealings by his father. It is a bit muddled, but that moment where Joe Biden said Yes, it's it's a Russian hoax. Russia, Russia, Russia in President Trump's best Jan Brady impersonation. That is interesting. That's Ah, you know, he's he's been generic until this point Smear campaign garbage from Trump henchman. No, it's a Russian hoax again. This is a Russian disinformation campaign, even though those 50 odd deep state signatories on a letter suggesting it smacks of Russian disinformation, admitted they had no evidence. That it was Russian disinformation, even though current Department of Justice and FBI leadership said it's not Russian disinformation, even though we learned the FBI opened a money laundering investigation last year. And ostensibly subpoena Hunter Biden's laptop in connection with that. Investigation. But for providing to go to the Russian hoax argument. Well, that's very interesting. I wonder if that provides more opening. In fact, I think it does. I think it provides. At least another day's worth of stories, depending on what else? The New York Post and and Peter Schweizer are uncovering as they pour through the information they have that they have yet to disclose. For more on all of this, plus everything else that was covered in the debate. Pleased to be joined by Professor Charles Lipson. He is professor emeritus Political Science. University of Chicago. Also a contributor to really clear politics, Inspector Yusa. Charles. Thanks for joining us appreciate it. Thank you, Dan Up writing for spectator Yusa Right now, my my overview of the debate. We'll give us give us a little give us tease us a little bit. Give us a little preview of the next lips and column. I'm not a tease. You're gonna have to be out on a date. Dan. Um, Here's the way I sort of started off. Tell me what you think. I said. Look, if you scored is a boxing match, it looks pretty close to a draw. Both sides got in there. Their punches. Neither candidate had to be carried out on a stretcher. But that's the wrong way to look at it. Bite made a whole series of flat Statements that are going to come back to haunt me. Because some are just falls and you can prove their fault. I never said superpredators, right? The way I put it in this article is this. I said, Joe himself might say, just play it for yourself on the Victrola. Um The second. He's never wanted to ban fracking around the good Lord right? Does he think that people have for gotten repeated statements? I mean, on the one hand, he's kind of make these arguments there. He doesn't want to do these things. And on the other, he's promised to phase out the whole oil and gas industry. I think he kind of falls between two stools on the But the biggest one is the one that you laid out this. Russia, Russia, Russia by the way that was now practice by The moderator, although I thought she was far better than Chris Wallace, and the whole debate was far better and far more informative. But that's the point at which he should have stopped it. That look because is is a controversy and because you're asserting trumpet is AH You're saying you're saying it's a hoax and you're saying this and that Why don't we take a minute here for Eunice? Is this material true or false? You haven't absolutely absolutely could have stepped in and done it. And and President Trump could have been more focused in his prosecution, too, and said, Just tell us if those emails are authentic. Tell us what you know. Tell us that the hunter Biden partner business partner statements are true or false. What's the answer? Joe? Give us the answers. And and it's instantly right. Don't happen should have been also the job. The moderator when they were talking. Oh, that was one of the few points where we talking over just Yeah, with the moderator. Who has she just wanted to march. She wanted to get through it. I know Charles. We're going. Come back. Let's pick it up right there when we come back more with Charles lips and Professor Mayer's apologies, I University of Chicago. Right after this. Exposing.

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"professor emeritus political science" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

07:03 min | 7 months ago

"professor emeritus political science" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Speaking with former University of Chicago, I think they say emeritus in academia Professor Emeritus, Political Science, University of Chicago. Regular commentator contributor to real Clear politics Inspector Yusa. He is Charles Lipson. Charles before the break. You were talking about some of the statements that Hunter Biden may that are just Patently false and easily provable to be that he never said he would ban fracking and he said that many times during that time, I wantto remind you merited means that I am great with merit. Yes, thank you for my name. That's what I want youto understand. That's while I will always remember you. Yes, yes, yes. Sounds like a funeral. Okay, So let's talk about what a couple of things so just so but I want to go. I want to get to rest so It was. It was fracking. This is fairly well established. He supported a ban on fracking the primary the reference to Ah, predators on our streets, which is a direct quote from Joe Biden during the his 1993 speech in favor of the 1994 crime bill. And then this other matter of Russia, Russia Russia that anything related to questions about his family's business dealings is just Russian disinformation. Calling it another hoax. That's what Joe Biden called it. Right, Um So he didn't say that The China stuff was a hoax. Um, and that's important. Um, but I think that was just an error of O vision. I think he has to go all in on this. If any of this stuff is true, it's just incredibly damaging. Don't you think I do because I mean, it's another thing that goes to character number one number two, the more important point and it was clear that they were prepared for this, as you would expect when he said, Look We should be talking about our families. But Yuhi fight him. Tto blur the distinctions by talking about Trump's taxes and from business dealings. But we should be talking about our families. We should be talking about your families. And there was in miss opportunity for Trump to say Well, it, Joe, You're right. But here's the thing. It turns out. That your family Leverage your public office financed by American families to enrich themselves at the expense of those American families. So that sort of preying upon American families is absolutely a conversation We should have, and I go back to the questions. Bang we talked about before the break. Tell me whether or not those emails are authentic and tell me whether or not the statement made by Hunter, Biden's business partner. That you were involved and that Hunter went to you with business deals and got your insight approval. Ah. Commentary. What have you input? Tell me if that's true or not tell us if those things are true. That's right. You were so right. And the news that broke cannot Is that the, uh, business partner of hunters Actually spoke directly with Joe Biden, he says about these business issues. Now Joe was advice president at the time. There are other things that the implication of his vice president that he met with people. Who were part of hunters sort of consulting business operation, making hunter quite a lot of muddy while Joe was right president But the the meetings that involved a partnership with China occurred afterwards. But it's important to recognize that very much like all the money that was flowing into the Clinton foundation, when Hillary was no longer secretary of state She was anticipated to be the next Democratic nominee. So people were buying. They were buying futures. You know that we're all Martians? Well, yeah. What was I mean, you know to put it in Rudy Giuliani's parlance. So what do you think the Chinese were buying or anybody's by? You think they're buying a guy who can't stay off crack for two days? Are they buying a vice president? That's right. But what's important about this guy who has now come forward? Is that he is he has it in his documents. I mean, these are not just his statements. First of all, Hey, seems like a reliable guy. I mean, I assume if he looked up a pornographic site when he was in the seventh grade will know it by the weekend because you know, the Democratic operatives will go after you. But The fact is, he will go under oath. I assume they will try to put him on. The Republicans have tried to get him under oath in the in the next Few days. I mean, that's the time it matters to say under oath that Joe Biden wass involved in dealings with the Communist Chinese, who were tryingto by political influence. Anything makes that statement. And if the documents that were coming out of the computer in Delaware, uh, which are separate, Uh, if those are validated, authenticated, then I think it's a real problem for joke because not only because people don't want it. Uh, have a corrupt president because very much like the guy running for Senate in North Carolina, who was just running completely on his integrity, and it was caught. Sleeping with the right right having a flight of another, a fellow soldier who was stationed overseas. You know you can't his his whole Mr Integrity Act begins to go down the drain. Well, so so this this may be the big takeaway from tonight. As you say, you know, maybe on points. This was a draw, but so the big takeaway is what's going to be the takeaway. Uh And it could be that Joe Biden has given a Rh to this story of Biden ink and that dominates the last 12 days of the campaign. The eye. But there's a risk for Trump in that it's not trump strongest issue, Maybe Biden weakest. It is not Trump strongest Trump Strongest issue is what most people care about Who's going to bring me back my job. And to the extent I mean, I would have liked to seen a much cleaner sense from Trump. His basic point is lessening needless regulations, and I'm cutting taxes. Joe's going to raise taxes, increased regulations, you can ask yourself which is going to do a better job. Reviving our economy. Now Joe would come back and say what we're going to do a lot more public spending. Uh,.

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"professor emeritus political science" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

05:21 min | 7 months ago

"professor emeritus political science" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Show President Trump and Hunter by 100 points. Joe Biden getting into it over Hunter Biden and also Joe Biden and the Biden ink dealings in foreign countries. You mean the laptop is now another. Russia, Russia. Russia hopes exactly what this is exactly What is this? Where he's going? It's interesting. It was sort of muddled. I think the effort by Trump to raise the specter of The hunter Biden Computer, the email contents the statements from Hunter Biden business partners. That suggests that Joe Biden's lying that he knew about 100 Biden's business dealings that Hunter by ran his business dealings by his father. It is a bit muddled, but that moment where Joe Biden said Yes, it's it's a Russian hoax. Russia, Russia, Russia in President Trump's best Jan Brady impersonation. That is interesting. That's Ah, You know, he's been generic until this point Smear campaign garbage from Trump henchman. No, it's a Russian hoax again. This is a Russian disinformation campaign, even though those 50 odd deep state signatories on a letter suggesting it smacks of Russian disinformation, admitted they had no evidence. That it was Russian disinformation, even though current Department of Justice and FBI leadership said it's not Russian disinformation, even though we learned the FBI opened a money laundering investigation last year. And ostensibly subpoena Hunter Biden's laptop in connection with that. Investigation. But for providing to go to the Russian hoax argument. Well, that's very interesting. I wonder if that provides more opening. In fact, I think it does. I think it provides. At least another day's worth of stories, depending on what else? The New York Post and Peter Schweizer are uncovering as they pour through the information they have that they have yet to disclose. For more on all of this, plus everything else that was covered in the debate. Pleased to be joined by Professor Charles Lipson. He is professor emeritus Political science. University of Chicago also contribute to really clear politics. Inspector Yusa. Charles. Thanks for joining us appreciate it. Thank you, Dan Up writing for spectator Yusa Right now, my my overview of the give a skin. It'll give us tease us a little bit. Give us a little preview of the next lips and column. I'm not a tease. You have for me out on a date. Dan. Um Here's the way I sort of started off. Tell me what you think. I said. Look, if you scored is a boxing match, it looks pretty close to a draw. Both sides got in there. They're punches. Neither. The candidate had to be carried out on a stretcher. But that's the wrong way to look at it. Bite made a whole series of flat statements that they're going to come back to haunt me. Because some are just falls and you can prove their false. Never said superpredators. Right The way I put it in this article is this said Joe himself might say, just play it for yourself on the Victrola. Um The second. He's never wanted to ban fracking around the good Lord right? Does he think that people have for gotten repeated statements? I mean, on the one hand, he's kind of make these arguments there. He doesn't want to do these things. And on the other, he's promised to phase out the whole oil and gas industry. I think he kind of falls between two stools on the But the biggest one is the one that you laid out this. Russia, Russia, Russia by the way that was now practice. Bye. The moderator, although I thought she was far better than Chris Wallace in the whole debate was far better and far more informative. Uh, but that's the point, which she should have stopped it. That look because is is a controversy and because you're Surging trump is is, uh, You're saying you're saying it's a hoax? You're saying this and that Why don't we take a minute here for you? Is this material true or false? You haven't absolutely absolutely could have stepped in and put it on. And President Trump could have been more focused in his prosecution, too, and said, Just tell us if those emails are authentic. Tell us what you know. Tell us that the hunter Biden partner business partner statements are true or false. What's the answer? Joe? Give us the answers. And it just simply write. It should have been also the job. The moderator when they were talking. Oh, that was one of the few points where we talking over. Just Yeah, moderator. Who has she just wanted to mark she running to get through it. I know Charles. We're going to come back. Let's pick it up right there when we come back more with Charles lips and Professor Mayer's apologies, I University of Chicago. Right after this,.

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"professor emeritus political science" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

03:36 min | 7 months ago

"professor emeritus political science" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Twitter the every time there's a new medium, so somebody has to be able to master it and he was the first to do it. I think the problem he faces is That the entire news media with the exception of Fox News and a couple of smaller, uh to be outlets, I mean, you know there we know about radio, but The entire print media big all the big online operation social media support our just ruthlessly against them, and they will do Anything they can to stop him. You know, I get it. I want it. I want to push back on that because I read a piece. They quoted it and talked about it at length earlier this week, The New York Times has doubled their subscriptions. Similarly, CNN's way up MSNBC's that way up. I think in their heart of hearts, at least upstairs in the executive suite, maybe not on the newsroom, but I think they want Donald Trump re elected because he is like changing changing. Just roll in the meter baby. I'm just spinning. That's an interesting point. I'm sure it's true and just, you know, I mean, who would you want to be elected? If you were a gun seller, right? Exactly, But it is also true. They they couldn't keep their audience unless they were relentlessly. An anti trump, and I think that the problem is that it has slopped over, uh, from the editorial pages, which are just uniforms to all of the news reporting. I mean, I can turn on CNN at any moment of the day and literally find out what the main story of the day against Trump is. That's what that's a place. That's what their audience wants. So they deliver that. They deliver it, but to a smaller and smaller and smaller audience. They would disagree that they go to the airport who watches CNN. They're no known. CNN's numbers are up, Professor out. Cindy helped email you the the The ratings. They are less nerd. I mean, well, are they? What? I don't understand you since you know the media far better than I do. I can see how Fox on the right By the way. I think that Fox. His problem is that they don't differentiate the opinion shows from the news and interview shows with the news shows of the Bread, Beer and Martha MacCallum. Shows are excellent new shows repairs terrific, just terrific, but but I don't see what CNN and MSNBC are competing for the same market. I think there's a market in the middle of the road for straight up news, but nobody's going after it. Yeah, that that era Maybe behind us, Charles. We'll leave it there for this discussion. But thank you very much, sir. That's always great talking to you. I hope you have a great weekend. Enjoy talking with you. I know it's Friday. When I get to Chatelet tryouts agree It's a great way to close out the week. Thank you, Charles. Take care of Charles Lipson Thie, professor emeritus, Political Science, University of Chicago. If you want to read him, go to spectator, use a spectator USA Wolf. We leave for news. If you have a line, hold it. I'll get to your call and also before seven o'clock John Seidel, who covers the federal courts for the Chicago Sun Times has some really interesting information inside information on what's going on with the R. Kelly trial. Not this one, this one here, But the one in Brooklyn very unusual move this week will explain in minutes at double the less.

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"professor emeritus political science" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

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02:17 min | 7 months ago

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"I will say this and I thought about this when I heard Robert Report the story and Playbills a package I'm glad Durban took a call, You know, And that's what I admired about then Senator Mark Kirk Republican here from Illinois because he met with Merrick Garland, he said, You know, my job is a sitting U. S. Senator. Is to meet with the presidential nominee. And, of course, Mitch McConnell didn't give him a hearing in committee and certainly not on the Senate floor, Not even an up and down vote. That's right thing. Mitch McConnell made a mistake. Four years I don't want to get into those weeds about well was saying president saying party but moved by. I don't care about that. What I'm saying is, I thought it was really a bad move four years ago, and now they're in a sticky wicket over it again. His aunt's an unforced error, then not saying it of old Merrick Garland. And you give the guy his hearing, at least in committee. Maybe don't voted out of committee. But you give the man his hearing That's your J O. B. Before we move on. Let's talk to Dan. No, you just a moment. I didn't ask for anything. Stop it. Hey, technology, Dan. Welcome to W I I I just want to say that you're here statistics that they were laid out very well. However, there is one glaring Error. Is this Democratic party is nowhere near the Democratic Party. You spoke of in those times of Clinton. They have taken a radical left turn, and I don't know where they fundamentally changed. But I don't believe that. They're for this country. Both both. Both parties have fundamentally changed because you know why they pander. And because of Ah, Jerry Mandarin, the districts. Read in some states blue in other states, the far left and the far right control the agenda through the primaries. So you get these very, very partisan lawmakers. All they appeal to is their core constituency, their base and that's why we're in the situation room. Thank you much for the call. Much appreciated. We're going to start with debate tactics what he thought of the VP debate and what he thought of the first and probably only presidential debate. Charles Lipson, professor emeritus. Political science universe. Chicago. One of my favorite guest joins us next on Double Diaz. Traffic..

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08:34 min | 1 year ago

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"Through on it the governors need to do the right thing and allow these very important essential places of faith so open right now for this weekend they don't do it I will override the governor's mmhm Erica we need more prayer not bless so I guess like eyes and are also in the federal troops to little rock guy and you know again the president you know don't listen to what he says watch what he does we were talking a little before the top of the hour about the exodus or perceived exodus from Illinois let's go to David he's been on hold here for a few minutes is calling from a Grange David welcome to double this go ahead Sir sure I just wanna tell you that I I greatly respect you for being pragmatic and civil well I think that you have underestimated so many phone calls were I've talked to people just in the last couple weeks that have won the Wisconsin Gandhi in the attic just to make this decision in the last couple weeks and I think that it's gonna be a full blown axis hope you can hear me because I did take my mask off I can hear you fine David you're you're gonna coming through loud and clear yeah you might be right well I I think there's more to this that that this is so that the number of people are not happy there's there's the businesses are not gonna make it and this is going to be a death knell for the tax base in on on you know you're right that it went you know catastrophic events personal epiphany is any any number of breaking points with the regular routine that's when people pull up stakes and take off they say you know what I'm sick of this that and the other let's pull up stakes will Indiana will go I will go on we'll go we'll do it some other location Texas Florida you know and take a shot American citizens have done that since it predates the country they are the greater the greater migrations that Americans have gone through you know and every single year and this may be a jumping off point for the next one I I accept your point hardly David thank you all right have a great weekend okay but let's talk to Irene she is in Saint Charles hi Irene welcome to double the US hi nice to talk to you I just wanted to make a short comment when Pritzker if he's quick to blame just Republicans for protest thing and the science and that but I feel that they have a mixed crowd that are tired to losing their jobs and not having their life back and I just wanted to point that out because he doesn't mention and he doesn't seem to think that any Democrats are in the crowd either well he's gonna use both both power both political parties do this and you can and that's why I I would say I you know and I I give this advice to my talk show host friends or politicians you know unless you know a crowd you're talking to be careful because you don't be associated with them that being said the people that Pritzker pointed out all this week carrying those terrible signs and those anti semitic signs on those equating it with hit learned all the you don't know who these people are in I I go back to the old Chicago adage that what's the best way to put a little life into your failing campaign is to throw a concrete block through your own campaign office window just to get attention so you don't know who these people are in the crowd you just have to be careful and judicious who you appear within a photo op frankly so I take your point Irene and that's why I don't put too much stock into it except to say be careful who you associate with no right now my dogs get up with fleas yeah and like I say it's just a matter of I think a lot of people are to the point where they're protesting to thanks for taking my call well I read your most welcome or call back any time thank you I agree we can let's go to a PD is in his car welcome to double the US it is a bad replied the break and went up to what at the last week that the product that I came across your road every car at the BP gas station across area roads without them well played because the gas is about forty cents cheaper and then the broad stock last week at the age I live on the lake county Wisconsin for anyway people that I know they did not know there is no sales tax and there was god they were going to the grocery store and stacking up so right along the border Illinois not just the fact that people are moving out of the state but they're gonna lose that kind of tax money because you know people have saved ten twelve thirteen Bucks go bye bye Dr yeah it's Friday and you're right on the border and I don't I only live gosh I don't know from ten to fifteen miles south of there I think you know there is a place Pete and it's up in Racine and it's one of the old line Wisconsin the supper clubs and it's on the lake and it's a beautiful place I've been there a couple of times you know they have a menu from the nineteen thirties on the wall you get a stake for fifty cents I think it's called a hobnob that may be a in order to yeah what a what a cool place that is so yeah the hobnob Marvel thanks Pete have a good weekend no problem let's try to squeeze in my Kerry's in Schaumburg hi Mike welcome to double those go ahead Sir yeah hi John good listening via ever since in the morning and the afternoon I had a question John Dempsey news news that you can still catch the virus by wearing a mask why are we wearing a mask the massive my understanding John jump in here thank you know the call Mike is that it it it does more to protect those around you than it does protect you because of the viruses on your anywhere in your close proximity it's going to sneak in and around the mask where is if you haven't you don't know if your you have the virus but not yet have any symptoms and you can transmit it's highly contagious so the mask is really for people around you not for you right yeah it's based on the assumption that none of us know that we don't have it unless we've been tested and so by wearing a mask we guarantee that we won't pass it along to someone else well hold on a second if I may nine because I could have it I couldn't hear say this is why I'm dropping the ball on the tee box I'm not asking you to tee up my balls because I don't want to touch my balls okay because it's inappropriate for you to touch my balls in this environment my right I would think that in this environment it would be inappropriate yes Seoul in other words I will drop a ball on the tee box and hit my three wood as opposed to handing it to you because even for all wearing masks I could still have transmitted the virus on my balls and I don't want you touching them yeah hi I see the point that you're making right so the management would you make the mass is only one part of this John can I say something I I don't wanna but I think that if you look at how many people have the virus the majority of people do not have it and I think one reason they don't is that they've been very careful so when I play golf with you tomorrow I'm not going to go up and hug you or shake your hand or anything but I'm pretty confident that you don't have the virus well as well via the touch your golf ball I would not be afraid to touch your hand and if I did touch it I would wash my hands before I touch my hand to my face well I am such a naturally gifted athlete that I don't need a regular driver number one that's right you hate your three wood as far as safety to anyone who is a driver right right no that's not that's not straight down the fairway that could be a hundred yards down in three hundred yards off so could result in a long line at the fairway the problem is it'll be the other fair yeah but you know luckily we just you got to play nice with each other you have to take precautions within reason let's not kill off our economy because this is going to work its way through this population and every other population center worldwide over the next eighteen months to two years so as I say from time to time gird your loins at least there is not yet been a federal pandemic power grab according to Charles Lipson professor emeritus political science university Kagel who joins us next on WL us checking traffic.

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12:04 min | 1 year ago

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"Look into number stories and issues in the news we'll begin with the embarrassing attempt by house judiciary chairman Gerald Nadler to further investigate the findings in the mall a report by forcing Carrillo and asking who is mentioned in the report one hundred times to testify instead Lou and ask you turn the hearing into a circus in which he behave like an insolent punk insulting and demeaning the democratic members to the point they looked weak and feckless which no doubt was his intention and it clearly pleased trump Harry let men a former United States Attorney and former Deputy Assistant Attorney General in the justice department who is executive producer and host of the talking fence podcast joins us to discuss his article at The Washington Post Corey Lewandowski is the perfect model for a sustained Trumpy in legacy we'll assess why chairman Nadler invited such a public humiliation of his members and did not do what speaker Pelosi suggested which was to immediately hold new and asking in contempt and if necessary have the house sergeant at arms arrest him on the spot. with trump stonewalling the Democrats at every turn to stymie the political time line and forced the house investigations into the courts where they will languish for months we will speculate on what other means there are to deal with a lawless thug who openly displays a flag of contempt for the little while enjoying cult black and wavering support from the party of low or no to the GOP. then we'll examine the unfolding crisis of the whistle blower inside the White House who witnessed trump making unacceptable if not illegal promises on the phone to a world leader possibly potent this is land to the inspector general of the intelligence community locking horns with the acting director of national intelligence who is sitting on the complaint and refusing to pass it on to the chairman of the house intelligence oversight committee who has the stature for youth already to see it loch Johnson professor emeritus political science at the university of Georgia he served on the staffs of both the house and Senate intelligence oversight committees and is the author of spy watching intelligence accountability in the United States joins us then finally on the eve of global actions in support of addressing the climate crisis we'll look into the phenomenon of young people suffering from climate anxiety to the extent that many young women in their early twenties have decided not to have children because they do not want to bring their kids they don't want their kids to face the hideous future in store for them if urgent action is not taken now to stop global warming Natalie Rothstein a twenty two year twenty one year old organizer with the sun rise movement Los Angeles joins us to discuss the sixteen year old Swedish climate activists greater thunders testimony to Congress yesterday and tomorrow's global climate strike and joining us now Terry Lippman former United States Attorney and Deputy Assistant Attorney General in the justice department who is currently a professor of political science at the university of California San Diego he's executive producer and host of the talking fans podcast any tweets at Harry letterman and he has an article at The Washington Post Carrillo and asking is the perfect model for a sustained Trumpy in legacy welcome to background briefing Harry. thanks again always good to be with you well thanks Erin I must say I think it's probably trumps strategy if and that's not too generous to description of somebody that lodging is out of control to paint the Democrats as being weak and feckless and him being the tough guy and I'm afraid that the hearings that took place the other day with Cory and asking succeeded in making that Democrats look feckless and whiny and pathetic and this punk this song was insulting them in a way that was so embarrassing and so flagrant in it apparently Nancy Pelosi was furious and she said if I were to be running that hearing I would I got the sound in arms and held this guy in contempt and throw him in the in the I guess they got a prison somewhere in the basement of the of the capital they do actually hit hard seeing that it's a quiet little thing it's kind of out of Andy of Mayberry but it's you know look it's true and of course Nabil or you know he came across as a sort of you know pointy hatted third grader and even the Republicans did as well with their parliamentary maneuvers you think of chairs of the past like stamper or whatever they you know it would have they would have just cut to the chase and and shut him up but that'll live by the sword and die by the sword every time I call and whomever interjected up are you know a. point of parliamentary inquiry or whatever Nadler found himself having to follow the rules that's the kind of care he is he cooks recourse in them because it made him all to medically happy scrum resolved in their favor but I do think you're right that laugh the general impression a purse Nick gave the party and the talking points from the other side who spent their time basically coloring Democrat I think you did a draw blood the Democrats are the party of the people and the like yeah and of course you know it was six hours the and one final. the stage and basically laid up very very quickly play a little nasty showed him to be our both a liar and a sort of Shemar me you know phony but that was way in and tell them everyone was playing by the rules the rules and the rules permit Lewandowski that be at night jerk and that's exactly what he what. so why do you think a along the punditry has been suggesting that the Democrats should use these councils like Barry back to do the questioning I take it that's a little high because the Congress people by nature one a grandstand what do you think it would have made a big difference to start off with that Barry back huge they admission when I started off as a report came in with professionals like that as they did in Watergate and Iran contra they have hostile defendant hostile witness says a lot of documents to walk to work with it's the classic situation for a qualified trial lawyer and yeah the five minutes that is that each of the members couldn't do without or are you know this chaotic babble and very few points actually scored there is an art to this and it makes a big difference in how the listener an audience perceives the the witness and that should have absolutely been the system from the start that half hour kind of was a vantage point until a parallel universe where the dams by now really scored major points with whoever's been there instead of having the succession of circuses. so trump has been successful in Stein meetings and ignoring subpoenas and is particularly vulnerable at least mention is from the house in ways in ways and means because it's in the statute that they shall provide the chairman of the house and ways and means with any tax returns and he request that's doesn't seem to be going anywhere what is the problem here we mentioned and that the jail cell in the basement of the Congress at what point do you have to use that one at what point should correct it Lou and asking me sitting next to stay minute chin in the in the cell. well you know if you want Congress Jack unilateral authority to do something like that it's not that it's going no where but it's it's it's going very very slowly it's like these science fiction movies where somebody is moving at the speed of light and somebody in our like time they don't even you know register with one another because they're in the courts wired in the court is the executive it's forced them to why is the exact how is the record of course until by interposing completely merit last a lot less claims that will be defeated by the courts but but it that case in court hi which is glacial relative to political time and news time and you know I that I wrote a piece last week called remember don began it that was tongue in cheek but he's the most important witness here by the time it plays out they'll win there right White House is wrong as can be but it but what's that going to feel like and next summer say were more in the heat of a of an election campaign so there's something to be done it's just the legal remedy the thing you're supposed to jail and of course there's also supposed to be good faith in your search at the court the White House is violating that cultural norms but the only thing to be done it and the court so it feels like we're going no where fast and we're going somewhere very slowly in fact but for now that means you know the White House lands by losing our Bible making Congress wait. so how did the Michael Kohn hearing happened because that was very effective in an obviously freaked out from band he's he's absolutely clamp down ever since and they haven't been able to have a hearing along those lines and many other people they could have the same devastating effect if Michael Cohen had so what happened there who was behind then and why can't they revive that or do you think it's just that what you just described the exact. weather willing witness and what with the with Mick Gannon and then now that the and I am the head of ways and means as they get this kind of bogus opinion from somewhere maybe the office of legal counsel and department of justice and then they piously say well I've got to respect the presidential authority gosh guys wish I could talk to you but I can't and then we you know it's checkmate temporarily anyway Colin that didn't apply because he was already antagonistic to the White House and wise you know willing to testify if don McGann said tomorrow what I'm not there anymore it's my patriotic duty I'm gonna testify now though the White House would would be quickly this aren't but you know a lot of people would just as soon if they had a leak if they have legal cover for doing it not cross trump in the White House and that's real late that difference Lewandowski with an interesting case study he is running for Senate and he thought you know the kind of try to pull the same thing with them it would have been a lot less but that hasn't stopped them in the past but a he why thank you wanted to be out there that you know thrust is Jan forward sure what a tough guy is and the launch is twenty twenty Senate campaign which you literally they had in a recess from testifying so you know he thought he could actually do good by the boss by testifying in Anniston AL unless he gets convicted of perjury he's probably right well the only got price from the boss they're always arguments but you mentioned in your article at The Washington Post to Harry Lipman Carrillo and ask is the perfect model for sustained Trumpy in legacy and how the White House counsel also came up with this bogus executive branch a protection which doesn't apply to a low and asking it was never an employee of the executive 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12:24 min | 1 year ago

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"I'm line and forced the house investigations into the courts where they will languish for months we will speculate on what other means there are to deal with a lawless thug who openly displays a flag and contempt for the little while enjoying cult black and wavering support from the party of low or no to the GOP. then we'll examine the unfolding crisis of the whistle blower inside the White House who witnessed truck making unacceptable if not illegal promises on the phone to a world leader possibly potent this is land to the inspector general of the intelligence community locking horns with the acting director of national intelligence who is sitting on the complaint and refusing to pass it on to the chairman of the house intelligence oversight committee who has the stature free authority to see it loch Johnson professor emeritus political science at the university of Georgia he served on the staffs of both the house and Senate intelligence oversight committees and is the author of spy watching intelligence accountability in the United States joins us then finally on the eve of global actions in support of addressing the climate crisis we'll look into the phenomenon of young people suffering from climate anxiety to the extent that many young women in their early twenties have decided not to have children because they do not want to bring their kids they don't want their kids to face the hideous future in store for them if urgent action is not taken now to stop global warming Natalie Rothstein a twenty two year twenty one year old organizer with the sun rise movement Los Angeles joins us to discuss the sixteen year old Swedish climate activists greater thunder ex testimony to Congress yesterday and tomorrow's global climate strike and joining us now Terry Lippman former United States Attorney in Deputy Assistant Attorney General in the justice department who is currently a professor of political science at the university of California San Diego he's executive producer and host of the talking fans podcast any tweets and Harry letterman and he has an article at The Washington Post Carrillo and asking is the perfect model for a sustained Trumpy in legacy welcome to background briefing Harry. thanks again always good to be with you well thanks Erin I must say I think it's probably trumps strategy if and that's not too generous to description of somebody that large she is out of control to paint the Democrats as being weak and feckless and him being the tough guy and I'm afraid that the hearings that took place the other day with Cory Lou and asking succeeded in making that Democrats look feckless and whiny and pathetic and this punk this song was insulting them in a way that was so embarrassing and so flagrant in it only then simple OC was furious and she said if I were to be running that hearing I would I got the sound in arms and held this guy in contempt and throw him in the in the I guess they got a prison somewhere in the basement of the of the capital they do actually hit hard seeing that it's a quiet little thing it's kind of out of Andy of Mayberry but it's you know look it's true and of course Nabil or you know he came across as a sort of you know pointy hatted third grader and even the Republicans did as well with their parliamentary maneuvers you think of chairs of the past like stamper or whatever they you know would would have they would have just cut to the chase and and shut him up but Nadler live by the sword and die by the sword every time I call and whomever interjected up are you know a. point of parliamentary inquiry or whatever Nadler found himself having to follow the rules that's the kind of share he is he cooks recourse in them because it made him all to medically happy scrum resolved in their favor but I do think you're right that laugh the general impression a purse Nick gave the party and the talking points from the other side who spent their time basically coloring Democrat I think you did a draw blood the Democrats are the party of the people and the like yeah and of course you know it was six hours the and one final. at this stage and basically laid there. basically labeling Dalkey showed him to be our both a liar and a sort of Shemar me you know phony but that was way in and tell then everyone was playing by the rules the rules and the rules for Midland owski that be at night jerk and that's exactly what he what. so why do you think hello love the punditry has been suggesting that the Democrats should use these councils like Barry back to do the questioning I take it that so little high because the Congress people by nature one a grandstand but do you think it would have made a big difference to start off with that Barry back huge they I mean they should have when I started off as a report came in with professionals like that as they did in Watergate and Iran contra they have hostile dependent are off the witness says a lot of documents to walk to work with it's the classic situation for a qualified trial lawyer and yeah the five minutes that is that each of the members couldn't do without or are you know this chaotic babble and very few points actually scored there is an art to this and it makes a big difference in how the listener an audience perceives the the witness and that should have absolutely been the system from the start that half hour kind of was a vantage point until a parallel universe where the dams by now really scored major points with whoever's been there instead of having the succession of circuses. so trump has been successful in Stein meetings and ignoring subpoenas and is particularly vulnerable at least mention is from the house in ways in ways and means because it's in the statute that they shall provide the chairman of the house and ways and means with any tax returns and he request that's doesn't seem to be going anywhere what is the problem here we mentioned that the jail cell in the basement of the Congress at what point do you have to use that one at what point should correct it Lou and asking me sitting next to stay minute chin in the in the cell. well what made you know if you want Congress Jack unilateral authority to do something like that it's not that it's going no where but it's it's it's going very very slowly it's like these science fiction movies were somebody's moving at the speed of light and somebody in our like time they don't eat and you know register with one another because they're in the courts wired in the court is the executive it's forced them to why is the exact how is the record of course until by interposing completely merit lasts a lot less claims that will be defeated by the courts but but it that case in court time which is glacial relative to political time and news time and you know I that I wrote a piece last week called remember don began it that was tongue in cheek but he's the most important witness here by the time it plays out now when they're right White House is wrong as can be but it but what's that going to feel like and next summer stay were more in the heat of a of an election campaign so there's something to be done it's just the legal remedy the thing you're supposed to jail and of course there's also supposed to be good faith in your search that the court the White House is violating that cultural norms but the only thing to be done it and the court so it feels like we're going no where fast and we're going somewhere very slowly in fact but for now that means you know the White House when by losing our pilot making Congress wait. makes sense so how did the Michael Kohn hearing happened because that was very effective in an obviously freaked out from band he's he's absolutely clamp down ever since and they haven't been able to have a hearing along those lines and many other people they could have the same devastating effect if Michael Callen hand so what happened there who was behind then and why can't they revive that or do you think it's just that what you just described the exact. weather willing witness and what with the with Mick Gannon and then now that the and I am the head of ways and means as they get this kind of bogus opinion from somewhere maybe the office of legal counsel department of justice and then they piously say well I've got to respect the presidential authority gosh guys wish I could talk to you but I can't and then we you know it's checkmate temporarily anyway Colin that didn't apply because he was already antagonistic to the White House and wise you know willing to testify of don McGann said tomorrow what I'm not there anymore it's my patriotic duty I'm gonna testify now though the White House would would be quickly disarmed but you know a lot of people would just as soon if they had a leak if they have legal cover for doing it not cross trump in the White House and that's real late that difference Lewandowski with an interesting case study he is running for Senate and he thought you know the kind of try to pull the same thing with them it would have been a lot less but that hasn't stopped them in the past but he wanted he wanted to be out there that you know thrust is Jan forward sure what a tough guy is and the launch is twenty twenty cent campaign which you literally they had in a recess from testifying so you know he thought he could actually do good by the boss by testifying in Anniston AL unless he gets convicted of perjury he's probably right when he only got price from the boss they're always arguments but you mentioned in your article at The Washington Post to Harry let men Carrillo and ask is the perfect model for sustained Trumpy in legacy and how the White House counsel also came up with this bogus executive branch of protection which doesn't apply to a. low and asking it was never an employee of the executive branch. they they like to pull stuff out of the air and again I guess it's all in the a part of obstruct obstruct obstruct right. yeah I mean it hit me sitting there was some fear luck the truck could go to any twenty eight and and and he's always governed by a minority a razor's edge minority but so that the minority of Americans who aren't going away and so I you know we've all I've always seen him as a comp lead single are you know is our madman or however you think of and certainly a kind of a one off but yeah it's it's sitting there thinking of will and Oscar he was purposely presenting himself as the hero as Donald Trump to Donald Trump you know reincarnated way and trying to harness all the kind of you know grievance anger resentment you know nothing grants of up on the set the trump tries to harness and the and it just occurred to me I'm not I don't know if he beats shaky in New Hampshire he probably doesn't but there's gonna be even when this national nightmare is over I caught your eye I think of you know trump be and just as a like the tea party started out as a little bit of a rock movement there still some of them with us today I I you know I think there will be people who at model themselves after him of course without the all the levers of power.

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10:46 min | 2 years ago

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"We Esa questioned the top of the hour. Sincere Huckabee Sanders has decided to pursue other interests. We'll be leaving the White House. I believe at the end of this month would make good press secretary for the White House couple of techs messes here, but a number of callers who are on hold. But they've dropped off. Here's a text message Bill O'Reilly, or Dennis Miller is press secretary this from Chris in Wheaton, Bill Arriva. He would be combative. There's no doubt about that. I don't think Dennis Miller has the time. Here's another dentist suggestion Dennis Rodman, for press secretary, John, my favorite is one. You already mentioned Dana Perino. That's exactly. Why was thinking of when I first heard the news the resignation and of course, somebody also suggests making Kelly who needs some work right now? But of course, she and her and the president had a difficult relationship recently, Charles Lipson is professor emeritus of political science at the university of Chicago. And I saw colony road. I saw a real clear, politics dot com. In poker. It's known as a tell in inadvertent signal that tells other players, you have a good hand or maybe a bad hand talking about Joe Biden. Joe Biden's, I tell came on the issue of abortion, the second tell a lesser one came on environmental policy predictably. He moved to the left on both that tells us something about Joe Biden, the primary process and the twenty first century Democratic Party professor Lipson. Welcome back, sir. What does it tell us? Dell's us said Joe Biden, maybe a head in the polls for the primary, but he expects eight battle. And the reason it tells us that is that moving to the left will help him in the primaries, but hurt him in the general election. Well, how much does he have to give I would hate to move so far left or conversely, Republican so far to the right? And the primary that I can't get back to the middle during the general. I'm blade. You mentioned the Republicans because I do say later in the article that same issue applies to Republicans. And it tells us that at the very hard of American politics. Is this deep chasm between? We're the base in each party is and where the average voter is more in the in the middle. But you're absolutely right. When you hate position. A and then your, your second position is okay? Not. It's it's not only that you look like a flip flop. It's that the voters are afraid. Once they elect, you don't know which you are you, a are you, not a is the real problem here, professor that we really should revert back to the cigar filled back room. So the parties can pick the best candidates from the get-go it really should the general public have a vote. I just want to say because we're here in Chicago on the great w ELL that the original smoke filled room was in Chicago, the Blackstone hotel. And it's where in nineteen twenty Warren G Harding was originally nominated this, where the Democrats picked Harry Truman, four vice president knowing that he would probably succeed to the presidency. Well, there are no such parties anymore. Were how would Nancy Pelosi be outfoxed by a oh, see some of the young people? The most I if you look at it in the last election, John into sixteen list. Presidential the most popular democrat was not a credit was Bernie Sanders. I mean actually beating but he was really popular you the first of the second in the most popular Republican Donald Trump really wasn't a Republican, Ben one very long. These parties are now. Of what they used to be companies. Number one is the district so screwed up. I was just talking to one of our aldermen here Brian Hopkins about the ridiculous ward map of the second ward says ridiculous. And the other thing is once they took away, essentially earmarks will the speaker of the house, you know, here in the state, or at in, in DC, if you don't have the money and every candidate has their individual revenue stream. What's your leverage that takes? Right. And it at the local level in Chicago. It was the Jackman decrees. Those took away a jobs where the party used to be able to give you a job. And if you didn't get out the vote for the party, the party could fire you for public job. Those are all gone. What does that mean? It means that the people who ultimately run or either people with very high name recognition like Joe Biden, or they're billionaires, who can do a lot to fund their own campaigns. So. Yes, we're in kind of fix. I don't think that, that's the biggest fix that. American politics is in. We have a lot of other problems as well. To me, one of the most disturbing John is that we have people who are losing campaigns who are after the laws saying, well I didn't really lose. Well, that's a problem. Yes, you have to respect the system or reboot this whole system. You know what is it about the Democratic Party? Now, we're talking to Charles Lipson professor, emeritus political science university ago. They cry that they're the defeating Trump is their top priority. But this ideological purity tests that they have to take their insistence on progressive policies that's going to they're going to snatch defeat from the Johns victory here that is exactly the risks. They're running. They they do shout. And, and I'm sure they believe we've got to defeat Trump, but they must believe that almost any candidate they put up can defeat Trump. I don't think that is true either Pennsylvania, Ohio. Michigan. That is exactly right. And you put up a candidate is a sensually the candidate of the two. Coasts, Cambridge, Massachusetts in San Francisco. And you're gonna have trouble convincing ordinary voters at Ohio Pennsylvania, and the harshly. Yeah, exactly that you've got their best interest in heart did this start when Bill Clinton started calling out sister soldier. Well, yes. Bill Clinton understood completely that if he was going to win had to position himself as a centrist. It was the sister souljah moment. She had said it's time to start killing white people, and he called her out for that. But remember, Bill Clinton also said he was in favor of the death penalty telephone crew. And now and now by Nicole having to walk back the welfare Bill and the crime bills that he was part of and supported when he was a Senator. Bill Clinton was a politician at his height, I would just say that they're very few like that. I think Trump for all of his personal flaws is incredibly agile politician. Who knows the current media? I mean, think about Twitter, he's the guy who has picked up the fact that people don't even send emails anymore. The current generation sense, text, he's so we live in a very different environment dominated by these party basis. But the party themselves don't have much structure, left, previous learned last time, Tom Perez is a must drink a lot every evening this time around. Well they've they've got over twenty candidates in, in their race. I mean, who's going to watch even the first debate gonna wait until they get into the March madness playoffs before they even start paying serious attention. Well, I always enjoy talking you because you're very smart. You got a great analysis. And also, I love the fact that you use a real phone line to call. Thank you, sir. The last one left, John, please, keep it and Sunday. If you if you have a spare, our come on here and spend an hour was we'd love to talk to you had life. Well, I gotta tell you one last, I'm a guy from Mississippi. And when I grew up, we used to listen down in Mississippi to WLS is it came booming down fifty thousand clear. What's clear channel all the way down to Mississippi with listen to late at night. So it's always a pleasure to be on the on the line with you. It's great to have you here. Thank you, professor much appreciate it, sir. Take care of that's Charles Lipson from the university of Chicago. Vibrant man, I look at Joe, I don't know about him if he looks young in vibrant compared to me, I should probably go home. This is this record that the president played a number of times he doesn't have the look. She doesn't have the stamina. I said, she doesn't have the stamina, and I don't believe she does have the stamina guy is a naturally gifted pure politician. That's for sure. Remember yesterday we talked about how the, the civil war days they've had in Lake County has to go away because they were gonna use the confederate flag. When talk to one of the gentleman, who's intimately involved in this ongoing controversy tight Kovac will be here. His executive director of the Lakewood forest preserve. He'll join us at five fifty on WLS. Forty six let's take a look at these heavy travel times. Edens outbound junction. A Laker twenty three minutes. Inbound fifty four Kennedy hair. Teach you in our in venison Hourn half after three ninety in our invented our ten Stevenson outbound from lake shore drive through fifty five will take you an hour. Five minutes in an hour and a half and then right down nine hundred thirty seven minutes ninety, but then thirty minutes. You're next update fifteen minutes. Forty-seven double d do you think you're going to pay more taxes, or fewer taxes and retirement? We'll most people would say, obviously fewer taxes. Unfortunately, that's not the case for a lot of hardworking Americans. You might be paying even more taxes than you are. 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"professor emeritus political science" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Ballers report. And maybe what's not. But rather Muller essentially came out and said, no collusion. So fine. That's done. That's well done in the, the structure of Justice. They'll sort that out on this going to be a bloody fight there in Capitol Hill, but I saw this piece contributed to the tribute, but actually saw this a real clear, politics dot com. Charles lipson. We welcome him now. He's a professor of political science at the university of Chicago. Yale Harvard guy. I listen to many times has deep voice on Bruce Dumont's months beyond the beltway show, and is a frequent op Ed contributor to the Tribune, I mentioned that let me read from his piece, and we'll go right to the professor, the skies are growing darkening Christly ominous, for dirty officials at the top of the Obama era law enforcement and intelligence agencies leading the I'm really worried list are James Komai, John Brennan, and James Clapper. And now they're working on slime ING attorney general Bill bar there. That's enough. Start to welcome. Charles Lipson to the program. Professor good afternoon. I'm old enough to remember when James, Comey John Brennan and James Clapper. Were heroes to conservatives what happened. Well, I think that a lot of these people that guide caught in this month that they in effect, did exactly what their bosses wanted them to do. And I think that there was a lot of political spine. We don't know at this point is how high up those approvals went, but we do, but some really bad things happen. I think it was absolutely appropriate that the that there was a serious investigation into whether or not there was cooperation between the Trump campaign and the Russians turned out there was a, but I think it's equally grave, if there was an attempt by officials within the United States government to throw the election to one party rather than the other. Law enforcement and surveillance people. Right. Let's go since you touched on that. I wanted to get to this topic struck in page, and those text messages, if they truly wanted to stop Donald Trump from being present wouldn't they have just leaked out this stuff before the election? I think some people wouldn't Diddley various things out in the problem was, you know, they were trying not these people, but the people who put together, the so-called Steele dossier with all the salacious material about Trump. They were trying to get that printed. None of the news organizations would actually print it because they knew almost certainly that it was false. And that's one of the questions that has arisen why did James Komi give a kind of briefing to Trump about that just prior to taking office, and that appears to be, so that so that the issue could then be reported on, was that incompetence on commes part, or really, do you think it was more specious? I think that there was more than a bit of both the way that he handled a Hillary Clinton's Email investigation was thorough body, harming her, and the other side, and the American people that you can't really think that he was very competent guy. He's well respected up until that point. He, he now, fun himself in a very unique position in American history hated by both sides. Charles Lipson is hearing a professor of political science at the university of Chicago. Sun is a real clear politics. I urge you all to read, it was the five FIS a warrant for Carter page after he left the Trump campaign was that appropriate based on George popadopoulos is loose lips in London. No. And we almost certainly know that it was not for several reasons first, although the FBI has made the popadopoulos story, the official reasons why they wanted to get Carter page. There's a there's a some indication that there may have been other reasons, but they weren't so interested in Carter page, what they wanted to do was just get the door open a little bit into the Trump campaign so that they could find out much more widely who he was talking with their emails, all the rest, and it appears that, that what they presented to the court omitted key exculpatory evidence, which they are required by law for Carter page story. They had evidence on Carter page. That he that was a sculptor, Tori. They may have had it on popadopoulos as well. They, they own knitted of that material. And they any of the things that they presented to the court that involve the Steele dossier, the Russian dossier. They were saying it was verified when they knew it was not. And they were saying that they had confidence in steel to the court when they knew that they did not in it already fired him. Okay. So do we have confidence in the DOJ inspector General, Michael Horowitz, John Durham, and John Huber, because these are names are going to have to become familiar with exactly I have tremendous confidence based on what I've seen so far in or wits. He's the inspector general, he was appointed initially by Obama, but he's a career guy in nonpartisan. I have the same in Durham Durham is the guy who's actually. The on the ground guy who's been appointed by bar to get to the bottom of all this. It's we're saying this about Durham. He has been appointed. My attorney generals in both parties to look into some of the most serious problems that those attorney general's confronted including a case in Boston, where informants were involved from term, imprison people that they knew were innocent. I know that was a mess. I read a couple of books based on that FBI that FBI office was dirty. That's no doubt about it. That was mistake. Who did they appoint to get at it? They appointed Durham, and I'll tell you one smart thing about what Europe did when he went after that aided even set up his office in Boston. You set it up ninety miles outside the equivalent of setting up a Chicago office in Rockford. So it wouldn't be contaminated by what was going on in Boston, it self. I also appreciate it in your piece professor Lipson of the university Kagi reference to Greek mythology mythology and Hercules, cleaning, the stables. Well, that's it. But I also thought about that joke and I think that there is a joke about the person who looks at that room. That's filled with horse, dung, and is smiling. And somebody says, well, why are you smiling at that? And he says, I know there's gotta be a pony in there. Exactly. There's got to be a pony in here somewhere. Aw, come on. In the piece, they make you take it out. No. But I after I said that all of hubbub over over using spy instead of surveillance, and all that, I said, I think William bars response to all of them is that they can urinate off. Professor appreciate your time and your now asus. And I would like to have you back as this story gets deeper and deeper more complicated. I'll listen to you. I'm Bruce Dumont shell, please, tell Bruce and I love his show, but he needs to change his theme music. Thank you very much. I appreciate it. Thank you. Appreciate you Charles Lipson professor, emeritus political science at the university of Chicago Lauren. I hear you over there. Waiting for what it's your time now. Eight seconds over ready. Just roll the music willing Tyler the okay, my hands are shaking but this would be your cue. Disaster relief bail fail in Washington news.

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