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Can Conservatives Staff Governments? Sourabh Sharma Explains

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:05 min | 2 months ago

Can Conservatives Staff Governments? Sourabh Sharma Explains

"So sir rob, how bad is it? Let's start with when it comes to the current status of the conservative movement when it comes to personnel. We can win elections, but can we staff governments? No, I don't think we can. And it's not just a problem with presidencies. It's a problem with congressional staff. Frankly, it's a problem with a lot of the think tanks here in Washington, D.C. as well. Basically, the conservative movement is very good at electing people who are great at running for office. We elect great congressmen. We elect great presidents. We elect, we fund and create great think tanks that have very good missions and fancy names. But we're very, very bad at paying attention to the work that needs to be done behind the scenes. At the sub principal level. This can be everything from the young public policy researchers that decide what work product comes out of a think tank. The legislative aides and correspondents that are deciding how a member of Congress is going to vote. And the presidential appointees that end up determining so much of how successful a president is. And that is a problem that we've had. I would say 40 years since basically the Reagan administration.

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The Disloyal Culture of the Republican Party

Mark Levin

01:56 min | 3 months ago

The Disloyal Culture of the Republican Party

"But it's the culture of the Republican Party I want to address this evening What is the culture I have never seen so many disloyal people in any organization Corporate labor clubs associations what have you The Republican Party is filled With so many So many disloyal individuals it's unbelievable They write these books if you're having served close to the president of the United States in this case I'll say Donald Trump They leak they they and grand eyes themselves enrich themselves they want to be celebrated by the people who have attacked their boss and the bosses have administration or the boss's office or what have you And there's so many examples I don't have enough time to cite them all And it's an amazing thing I watch this having served 8 years in the Reagan administration Several years his chief of staff to attorney general meese As deputy solicitor the interior department as associate director of presidential personnel as principal deputy assistant secretary of elementary and secondary education I never leaked against any of my bosses I never wrote essays or books anonymously or with my name against any of them

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Clarence Thomas: An American Hero With Michael Pack and Mark Paoletta

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:36 min | 3 months ago

Clarence Thomas: An American Hero With Michael Pack and Mark Paoletta

"There's a line we're going to play a moment from the confirmation hearing, but Mark, there's a line in that commercial that of the film was probably drilled into my cerebellum more than any other phrase. And when it's when justice Thomas says, I would rather die than to withdraw from this process. Yes. And there is no question that there's not a scintilla of doubt in the listener's ear that he meant that. He meant that he did not care about getting on the Supreme Court at that point. But he was not going to surrender to the facts. No, that's what I mean. He was not going to withdraw. He said, I don't run from bullies. I've never run from bullies. I'm not going to start running from bullies now. And that is just as Thomas entire life, including when he was in these in the Reagan administration. And he was getting attacked by the left, but he's also battling some folks in the Reagan administration. Justice Thomas was going to listen to people and then he was going to do what he thought was right. He's got this great line, actually. This is the kind of stuff in the book that's not in the movie because just in fact, he talks about going up to when he was the EOC chairman. They had 60 oversight hearings. At the eeoc, he had equal employment opportunity commission. Justice Thomas, it was a completely broken agency when he took it over. It was wrong by Eleanor Holmes Norton. It was a disaster, right? He comes in and he cleans it up, even The Washington Post says that he got it running, okay? That's what his job is to do, not to do these virtue signaling, you know, joke of settlements,

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"reagan administration" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:51 min | 6 months ago

"reagan administration" Discussed on WTOP

"Miss an episode This is WTO P news It's four 22 a man is dead after a hit and run crash Sunday morning on the suitland Parkway U.S. park police say the man was a pedestrian who was struck in the area of nailer road at about 3 a.m. He died at the scene A similar crash happened a year ago and in the same area When another pedestrian was struck and killed there anyone with information is asked to contact U.S. park police Indoor masking is back in the city of brotherly love rising COVID numbers thanks to the new BA two variant is the reason for the mask mandate returning to Philadelphia What about the people who are vaccinated and boosted Our vaccines are holding up just fine Especially if you're boosted you're going to do fine But the bottom line is that it is more transmissible It does not cause more severe disease White House coronavirus response coordinator doctor Ashish jha speaking on ABC the CDC has also extended mask wearing requirements for planes trains and other forms of mass transit As we closely watch the new BA two sub variant it may be an appropriate time to look at what lessons we have and have not learned Richard sorian had a front row seat to the horrors of the HIV aids epidemic as a journalist and later worked on health issues for the Clinton and Obama administrations He tells WTO lessons not learned during the start of age 40 years ago when the Reagan administration would not even discuss sex and condoms continue to be ignored now during COVID including unclear messages People are confused because they're hearing messages from different places They're not hearing consistent messages So they try to listen They try to change their behavior Sorian writes in health affairs something must be done to again strengthen public trust in scientists and other public health professionals and their messaging should be Frank and direct Dmitry sodas WTO news New federal guidelines are being considered that would recommend children as young as 8 years old be screened for anxiety A Northern Virginia doctor is good with that Anxiety conditions are very important Doctor Ross Goodwin is a child and adolescent psychiatrist at Kaiser permanente and Burke They're the most common mental health condition across the lifespan for all ages Auntie says they can come about early even as young as 6 The consequences of an anxiety disorder going missed can be quite significant Goodwin says fear and anxiety are normal parts of childhood development that pay attention if responses seem extreme or don't cool off Christy king WTO P news.

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"reagan administration" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:10 min | 6 months ago

"reagan administration" Discussed on WTOP

"We are here to help This is WTO news 6 23 indoor masking is back in the city of brotherly love rising COVID numbers from the spread of the new BA two variant is the reason for the mask mandate returning to Philadelphia What about the people who are vaccinated and boosted Our vaccines are holding up just fine Especially if you're boosted you're going to do fine But the bottom line is that it is more transmissible It does not cause more severe disease White House coronavirus response coordinator doctor Ashish jha speaking on ABC And the CDC has also extended mask wearing requirements for planes trains and other forms of mass transit So as we closely watch this new BA two sub variant it may be a good time to look at what lessons we have and have not learned Richard sorian had a front row seat to the horrors of the HIV aids epidemic as a journalist and later worked on health issues for the Clinton and Obama administrations He tells WTO lessons not learned during the start of age 40 years ago when the Reagan administration would not even discuss sex and condoms continue to be ignored now during COVID including unclear messages People are confused because they're hearing messages from different places They're not hearing consistent messages So they try to listen They try to change their behavior Sorry and rights and health affairs something must be done to again strengthen public trust in scientists and other public health professionals and their messaging should be Frank and direct Dmitri sodas WTO news New federal guidelines are under consideration that would recommend children as young as 8 years old be screened for anxiety A Northern Virginia doctor is good with that Anxiety conditions are very important Doctor Ross Goodwin is a child and adolescent psychiatrist at Kaiser permanente and Burke They're the most common mental health condition across the lifespan for all ages Auntie says they can come about early even as young as 6 The consequences of an anxiety disorder going missed can be quite significant Goodwin says fear and anxiety are normal parts of childhood development that pay attention if responses seem extreme or don't cool off Christy king WTO P news.

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"reagan administration" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:26 min | 6 months ago

"reagan administration" Discussed on WTOP

"Dot com and schedule your free estimate today It's two 11 Masks are going back on indoors in the city of brotherly love Philadelphia says rising COVID numbers with the spread of the new sub variant of COVID be a two has the indoor mask mandate returning So that as many people wondering with this new sub variant around what about people who are vaccinated and boosted Our vaccines are holding up just fine Especially if you're boosted you're going to do fine But the bottom line is that it is more transmissible It does not cause more severe disease White House were a coronavirus response coordinator Speaking on ABC the CDC has also extended mask wearing requirements for planes trains and other forms of mass transit The COVID pandemic not over as we see but while we closely watched the new sub variant and may be an appropriate time to look at what lessons we've learned and not learned Richard sorian had a front row seat to the horrors of the HIV aids epidemic as a journalist and later worked on health issues for the Clinton and Obama administrations He tells WTO lessons not learned during the start of age 40 years ago when the Reagan administration would not even discuss sex and condoms continue to be ignored now during COVID including unclear messages People are confused because they're hearing messages from different places They're not hearing consistent messages So they try to listen They try to change their behavior Sorry and rights and health affairs something must be done to again strengthen public trust in scientists and other public health professionals and their messaging should be Frank and direct Dmitri sodas WTO news Two 12 a dollar sure doesn't go as far as they used to especially at the grocery store How much higher can prices go And could this inflation tip the economy into a recession Meredith Wilson the founder and CEO emergent risk international tells WTO that the rise in prices might not stop anytime soon and a lot of it has to do with politics So there is always always going to be a link between unrest and food prices and not only in developing countries although that's where we see it most frequently because that's where you have so many people on the edge of falling into poverty But right now for example Pakistan just ousted their prime minister primarily over mismanagement of the economy like that has had protests and riots and they're trying very hard to get rid of their president Also over food prices energy shortages and a general economic crisis We're also seeing some problems crop up in Peru Argentina So it will continue to be a major driver We've had a lot of unrest in the last couple of years So will we see will we see an increase in that quite possibly We'll also probably see some changed electoral outcomes in the next couple of months Again that's Meredith Wilson founder and chief executive officer of emergent risk international a corporate risk intelligence firm It is the incredible edible and expensive egg That's because the bird flu has infected 27 million chickens in turkeys in the United States and in many cases farmers have had to destroy their animals to stop the spread of the illness The illness can be spread through infected animals including wild birds and causes paralysis swelling and diminished egg production that led to the cost of a dozen of eggs going up almost $2 since the beginning of the year By the way there's no evidence that humans can catch this bird flu Coming up on WTO P it's a crime that happens a lot but is easily preventable according to police It's two 14 here at WTO.

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Professor Paul Kengor: The Russians Know Death Unlike Any Other People

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:52 min | 6 months ago

Professor Paul Kengor: The Russians Know Death Unlike Any Other People

"Professor Paul kengo welcome back to America first one on one. Well, thank you said it is always good to be with you, sir. Let's start with an article you sent me yesterday from the American spectator that kind of helps us. There's a concept in national security called strategic culture. I learned of it from one of the best of the best, the late great Colin gray, a British American dual national who served in the Reagan administration in the National Security Council. And the theory goes thusly, Paul, that every nation, every elite has a different strategic culture. Belgium thinks differently about war than Vanuatu. The Soviet Union thought differently about war than Americans did. That strategic culture. Will you explain why the concept of death and human suffering or the cost and value of human life is a little bit different in Russia? Yeah, that's exactly what I wrote about in that piece for American spectator yesterday, right? The Russians know death, unlike any other people. And I mean, it depends on how long or how quickly you want to walk through this. And of course, it's no laughing matter. It's quite tragic, but going back the last 100 years, Seb, a little over a hundred years, I guess, but back to World War I, the Russians from 1914 to 1917 lost more men in World War I than any other country. And that, in fact, they didn't even finish the war. They were actually on the winning side, but they pulled out in 1917 after Tsar Nicholas II abdicated in March 1917. They would have been on our side in that war. They lost over 3 million people in that war. Now, to give you a sense of comparison, you know how many people we lost in World War I, about a 110,000.

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Michael Waller Explains the Concept of 'Active Measures'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:03 min | 6 months ago

Michael Waller Explains the Concept of 'Active Measures'

"This concept of active measures because this is something a little understood, especially how we responded to it with the active measures working group. So explain the concept of active measures and how the Reagan administration attacked it. Active measures was a Soviet term of art. Like the word disinformation was a Soviet term of art. Right. It didn't just mean fake info. It was a whole operative word. And it's used interchangeably now by people who don't really know what it means. So active measures was the subversive side of warfare that ranged from lies, half truths, propaganda, suggestion, recruitment of agents of influence, all the way up to guerrilla warfare and assassination. And but they would use guerrilla warfare and assassination, mainly for psychological and propaganda purposes to demoralize the western democracies and especially us and to divide us Americans from one another. And

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New York Sun: Biden Prepares Deal to Pay $11B to Re-Enter Iran Deal

Mark Levin

01:19 min | 7 months ago

New York Sun: Biden Prepares Deal to Pay $11B to Re-Enter Iran Deal

"Should be very very concerned The latest word is from the New York sun That the Biden administration is reaching a deal with the Islam and Nazi regime in Iran It's not enough that enough that they've caused havoc everywhere else And I obviously I don't have all the details But it looks like Biden is preparing to pay up to $11 billion in ransom for four hostages listen to this $11 billion in ransom for four hostage I remember the Reagan administration where the Iran contra minor and they turned that into an impeachable offense They were trying to get Reagan here It's a matter of policy Biden can do whatever he wants Apparently So they're preparing to pay up to $11 billion for four hostages As a cover believe it or not Korea enter the Iran deal where the Russians have been negotiating for we the American people And that's a staggering amount That's as much as 25% of Tehran's entire annual budget As the New York sun reports

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Mark Levin Provides Context to Ronald Reagan's Promise to Nominate a Woman to SCOTUS

Mark Levin

01:49 min | 8 months ago

Mark Levin Provides Context to Ronald Reagan's Promise to Nominate a Woman to SCOTUS

"I heard our friend Geraldo say on the 5 and he's not the first but this is getting repeated out there Well you know Ronald Reagan said he was going to appoint a woman and by God that's what he did As justification for this but what they don't tell you is conservatives objected Conservatives objected conservatives did not think That that approach was appropriate And in fact they looked far and wide and they came up with a state appeals court judge by the name of Sandra Day O'Connor on the recommendation of Barry Goldwater And while she started off as a solid constitutional conservative in the end I don't want to speak rudely because I understand she's confronting very serious health issues Well in the end she wasn't as she was in the beginning Let me put it that way But there is Lindsey Graham who has helped the Democrats put one radical judge after another on the courts I'm sorry Lindy Lindsay This isn't a bow what makes you feel good or somebody coming out of South Carolina or it's about time something goes on I've spent my entire life fighting for the constitution fighting for people to go on the court or a constitutionalist There was part of my responsibility for part of my time in the Reagan administration And before and since those of you have listened to the show obviously no This is crucially important These are lifetime appointments

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Mark Levin: Compare What Trump Has Done Versus What Biden Has Done

Mark Levin

01:15 min | 10 months ago

Mark Levin: Compare What Trump Has Done Versus What Biden Has Done

"You had disloyal saboteurs around this president He came to Washington He had never served in Washington or in government before And so he needed to select people who had some experience at the bureaucratic level Many of them turned on them They leaked at the press They stabbed him in the back Some of them are trying to enrich themselves with books and so forth This is a complete lack of character It is so disgusting to me Somebody who worked 8 years in the Reagan administration would never have thought of doing anything like this A phony whistleblower They go after his tax returns The emoluments clause another phony charge two and a half three years of a criminal special prosecutor what an outrage Unleashed against a president of the United States They called him everything Hitler Stalin mausole racist and anti semite a dictator a man who loved his country Absolutely outrageous And now we have the Nancy Pelosi January 6th stalinist Politburo trying to ensure that Donald Trump will never run again But we have to reject this narrative and starting this evening right here I'm putting the marker down Enough is enough here and now The comparison is what Trump has done versus what Biden is doing And reject the rest of the corrupt media analysis because it's all

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Barack Obama Continued to Spy on Trump Campaign Leading up to 2016 General Election

Mark Levin

01:35 min | 11 months ago

Barack Obama Continued to Spy on Trump Campaign Leading up to 2016 General Election

"One more clip It's a bit shorter from March 5 2017 Go How confident are you that this investigation which was on Russian so called Russian hacking but now The White House says this morning will be broadened to looking into executive overreach How many are you going to find something there I don't know but they already found something The issue isn't whether the Obama administration spied on the Trump campaign or transition to a certain of its surrogates The issue is the extent of it They went into court a second time They were so aggressive They waited four or 5 months They go back in October weeks before the general election and by the way All of a sudden we now know they went in the court multiple times to get extensions Go ahead We have leaks coming out on Flynn Then we have a horrible meeting that took place between sessions and so forth And I'm telling you as a former chief of staff an attorney general of the United States in the Reagan administration these are police state tactics Now what did Barack Obama know You know everything I just read you part apart from one or two articles You know how I know It's in the newspapers It's right there So Barack Obama not only knew this but he gets a daily intelligence briefing And let me tell you something about daily intelligence briefings If you're attorney general And your FBI is going to the fisa court To get a warrant to investigate aspects of an opposition party in the middle of a general election campaign how much you want to bet the president of the United States knew that He didn't And we now know of course he did From the document said Radcliffe released last

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Mark Levin Destroys FBI, National School Boards Association on Hannity

Mark Levin

02:01 min | 1 year ago

Mark Levin Destroys FBI, National School Boards Association on Hannity

"I said last night on Hannity respecting this move by the attorney general in his memo go You know Sean I served as chief of staff to an attorney general It means during the Reagan administration for some period of time it never would have crossed our minds to do anything like this The Biden Justice Department is made up of Obama retreads The same Obama administration that unleashed the IRS against the Tea Party in my recall These people do not believe in civil liberties at all They do not believe in competition of ideas or competition period With Merrick Garland is done here as he's trying to create out of the FBI some kind of East German Stasi That's what he's doing Spying on parents gathering intelligence on parents tracking parents a special phone number that they use to report domestic terrorists So a teacher who is offended or school board member who's offended or staffer who's offended can report a parent to their government And the pretext here is some kind of widespread violence There's no pattern or widespread violence That pathetic letter written by the left wing national school board association They don't even provide a list of crimes that they think are committed moreover The federal government has absolutely no authority whatsoever to even go into a school board meeting let alone a classroom These are state and local matters fully local police can handle any violence And I would remind everybody that the FBI did damn little when our cities were burning when Black Lives Matter and antifa were brutalizing people were committing acts of larceny were attacking our police The FBI needs to get its act straight So this is a pretext about widespread violence to intimidate threaten and suppress communities and neighborhoods all over the country to comply with the left wing radical marks of the critical race theory gender ism and anything else It's a cabal of the thug teacher unions these educational bureaucrats these Marxist school contractors and the Democrat party and the Biden

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Who is K.T. McFarland, Trump's Former Deputy National Security Advisor?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:17 min | 1 year ago

Who is K.T. McFarland, Trump's Former Deputy National Security Advisor?

"We have so much to discuss with regards to the disasters occurring in central asia in the last two weeks. But let's start by those who may have just accidentally happened on this channel. Found us on rumble. Downloaded this podcast. Tell them a little bit about who. Kt mcfarland is when she started to get involved in national security issues. And then you'll climb to the heights of power in the white house under the trump administration starting in nineteen seventy. I was a freshman in college at george washington university and got partial scholarship and had to pay the rest of my way through school. So i got a part time typing job in the west wing of the white house and the white house situation room. Working for guy wasn't very well known at the time by the name of henry kissinger and he was richard nixon's national security advisor. So i started working part time in the nighttime typing pool for henry kissinger In the west wing and then worked in the nixon administration. The ford administration went to graduate school during the carter administration went to oxford university and then. Mit where i studied and taught nuclear weapons Then joined the reagan administration when we won the cold war Was part of the pentagon team Did one help win. The cold war got the pentagon's highest civilian award for that service. And then i retired. We'd want our cold war. My war was one done. And so i married. Had five. kids was living the good life in new york and long island and then september eleventh happened and it convinced me to get back into government because i had such a pretty extensive experience. I point so. I did And i ran for the. Us senate against hillary clinton the organ lost. Predictably but i did Get back involved in a lot of issues. And then he came. The fox news national security analysts for over a decade until i joined the trump administration Which i did at the beginning and so here. I am out of the trump administration of back on talking to import. People like you about issues. I care deeply about what your national security

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"reagan administration" Discussed on Fake the Nation

Fake the Nation

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"reagan administration" Discussed on Fake the Nation

"Like you're like the overton window is essentially that the like that having a white supremacist country is now in the conversation. Where before just like wasn't in the company like that is the problem. It's not to rational. Besides of the argument you know. And i and again like i. I know. we've always been fundamentally fucked up on certain levels but it wasn't during the reagan administration. The other side was like we don't like taxes right so it's like okay. I get it. You know what i mean like that rain onto right. We're not talking about like business deregulation no right. We're talking about fundamentally one side is denying the country's humanity so we went from like forgetting that if a compromise. Yeah if any of you don't want to even bring racing conversation you could just say it's about one side. Wanting to just completely get rid of actual democracy like how democracy functions you know and then you're like booklets. Can you guys go back to that thing with deregulation. Because that was way. More like doable. I also want to point out that in two thousand three they all the texas legislators also walked out left the state a lot of them went to new mexico and oklahoma and this was over gerrymandering and it had. There is fun little detail. Is that one. The it lasts for a long time but this one senator broke ranks and came back and a lot of the senators were complaining that they didn't pack enough clothes and it also. The gop in texas had threaten to strip democrats up their parking spaces and told their cars so anyways. It got ridiculous..

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John McCain: Prisoner of War

Against The Odds

01:04 min | 1 year ago

John McCain: Prisoner of War

"I guess i should start by asking guys. Have you too many other definitely gotcha. Doug was a real young guy when i first met him. How old were you dug when you dad. I was probably thirteen. Twelve unknown commander alvarez long time. Yeah i got the job better after we got home and i was in washington. I was in the reagan administration. John was an congress at the time. So we got to get together quite often and not the millis. Mom and his His brother andy and his sister. We're gonna start with everett. And i know you didn't meet john mccain until after you were released. Is that right. No i met john in the Inherently hilton but not until near the end of the of the war. I met him when the captors Study to let us. Mingle more people started going out in the courtyard and Having that access. When i met john

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George P. Shultz, secretary of state under Reagan, dead at 100

Mo'Kelly

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

George P. Shultz, secretary of state under Reagan, dead at 100

"In the measure. Former Secretary of state George Shultz has died. He was 100, the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, says he passed away yesterday, Schulz served as the nation's chief diplomat during the Reagan administration. As secretary of state for Ronald Reagan. He played a major role in shaping the administration's foreign policy. He also served as Richard Nixon, secretary of Treasury. Secretary of Labor and was director of Nixon's office of Management and Budget. Schultz was one of only two individuals to serve in four

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Reagan and Nixon cabinet member George Shultz dead at 100

Sean Hannity

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Reagan and Nixon cabinet member George Shultz dead at 100

"Veteran statesman who served in both the Nixon and Reagan administration's has died. George P. Shultz was 100 Schultz had been the oldest surviving former Cabinet member of any administration. He died Saturday at his home on the campus of Stanford University, according to the Hoover Institution. Ah think tank where he was a distinguished fellow. Schultz was labor secretary and Treasury secretary under President Nixon before spending more than six years as Reagan's secretary of state, Schulz negotiated the first ever treated to reduce the size of the Soviet Union's ground based nuclear arsenals. The 1987 accord was a historic attempt to begin to reverse the nuclear arms race.

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Iran Contra | Bud |

American Scandal

03:53 min | 1 year ago

Iran Contra | Bud |

"It's february ninth. Nineteen eighty seven. Eleven pm robert bud mcfarlane the former national security advisor to president. Reagan was locked in his home office in bethesda maryland. A suburban community on the edge of washington. Dc furiously typing away. Bud's wife john to has already gone upstairs to bed but bud can't sleep. He has a lot on his mind for weeks he's been mired in political scandal. That's rocked the reagan administration to its core. A scandal threatens to take down the president and everyone around it involves backroom deals shady arms dealers offshore bank accounts in the cayman islands and illegal covert operations. They're calling it. The iran contra affair bodies known for being tightly controlled even intense would all day long. He's been feeling unhinged as he hears voices of newscasters swirling through his head. Evening some officials here are calling it the worst scandal of the reagan presidency and costing him a top adviser. The president was still maintaining today. That is iranian arms. Deal was not a mistake. The attorney general said later former national security adviser mcfarlane had also been aware of the escape. A major turning point was a few weeks. Back during reagan's state of the union address but hasn't been able to get out of his mind. I took a risk with regard to our action in iran. It did not work. And for that i assume full responsibility the goals were worthy. We did not achieve what we wished and serious mistakes were made in trying to do some serious mistakes with buds. Name all over them his misdeeds her public knowledge now and people in congress want to exact their pound of flesh in just a few hours but is scheduled to appear before the tower commission and investigative body appointed by congress to look into the iran. Contra scandal he'll be forced to answer difficult questions about his activities potentially illegal activities during his time in the white house but is a marine marines are trained to fight not navigate a swamp of scrutiny partisan politics his entire life. All he wanted to do was serve his country now he feels like he's failed and if he does go down all his ideas for international relations will never be heard so he types and types deep into the morning essays covering everything from arms control with russia to diplomatic relations in the middle east recommendations for his former boss. President reagan who didn't to listen even when bud had his ear. Maybe he'll listen now but something else. To handwritten notes was wife john. The woman with whom he spent the last thirty three years of his life asking for her understanding and forgiveness. He gets up from his desk walks to the kitchen and puts a stack of papers on the counter with the letter to his wife on todd then he pours himself. A glass of red wine reaches in his pocket. Pulls out a bottle of pills valium he puts one in his mouth and uses the wind to wash it down and then another and another methodically until every pill in the bottle is gone in all bud. Swallows thirty tablets. you bows. His head says a quick prayer before heading upstairs when he climbs into bed. Jonah is still awake. She can send something. That's different but what's wrong. Nothing but reaches over and takes her by the hand. I just wanna hold you for the good night. good night. John kisses him on the cheek. It's all part of their nightly routine but denied but knows in might be the last turns off the light plus is is weights.

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"reagan administration" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"reagan administration" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"This is the news and talk of Texas now by the home of the United States government. Why is the defender of the Constitution? A veteran of the Reagan administration? These great one? It's the Mark Levin Show on a 20 a m 99 5 ht to W B 80. This is the best of the mark. 11 show Happy New Year. American Mark Levin are numbers 87738138118773813811..

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Deborah Birx, White House Coronavirus Coordinator, To Retire After Biden Transition

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Deborah Birx, White House Coronavirus Coordinator, To Retire After Biden Transition

"Task Force member Deborah Burkes says she will retire after it emerged, she hosted a holiday gathering. In an interview with Newsy Burke, site of the criticism she has faced for a family get together over Thanksgiving in Delaware, in her decision to step aside, this experience has been a bit overwhelming. It's been very difficult on my family. I think what was done in the last week to my family, You know they didn't choose this for me. Brooks did not specify when she would leave, saying she would help the incoming Biden administration and then retire. World renowned AIDS researcher Burkes has worked for the federal government since the Reagan administration something new

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"reagan administration" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"reagan administration" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"By the home of the United States government is the defender of the Constitution of veteran of the Reagan administration. Great one. It's the Mark. Movin Show on a 20 A m 99 5 ht to W B 80. Hello, America. Mark Levin are numbers 87738138118773813811..

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"reagan administration" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"reagan administration" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"I found a medal, but Investigative journalist Jack Anderson did and he exposed it in a September 28th 1972 column time. One thing we've learned for sure is to choose knows is that no national crisis, Anderson wrote. Shortly before his appointment to the Supreme Court. Justice Louis Powell Jr urged business leaders in a confidential memo to use the courts as a social, economic and political instruments. Do we know that the metal wasn't discovered until after Paul was confirmed by the Senate, Anderson wrote. Senators never got a chance to ask him whether he might be useful position on the Supreme Court to put his ideas into practice and influence the court on behalf of business interests. This is an explosive charge being leveled at the nation's working Supreme Court Justice man and trusted with interpreting our nation's laws were absolute impartiality. Jackie Anderson was no stranger to taking on American Authority and no stranger to the consequences of his journalism. He'd expose scandals from the Truman Eisenhower, Nixon and later the Reagan administration's He was a true investigative journalists. His report on the memo. Anderson Americana all recommended a militant political protection program ranging from the stress to the campuses. Every business always medal was both a direct response to Roosevelt Battle cry, decorate decades earlier and response to the tools of the 19 sixties posed no thoughtful person in question with the American economic system is under broad attack, and blood said No When Cinderella the chamber received the Palomo corporations were growing tired of their second class status in America, even though the previous 40 years ago. I'm a break. It grows in strength for the American economy and America's butterflies. The workers and a time of Suren study increases in profits for corporations he's take Theo's felt something was missing, offering thinking only find a way to wiggle back into the people's minds. So we're just beginning to free up the oil is the public is exploits growing to 27 crashed our economy, get their tax cuts back. They get trashed the burdensome regulations that we're keeping the air We Jim lottery drinking from a safety point. Gangsters among them could inflate it massive Get out of work and clear. Make themselves online bogglingly rich. It could have done. Rand attacked her into the roaring twenties public treasure, But how could they do this? Don't do this Americans to take another shot What was widely considered a dangerous market ideologies and an economic framework. Here's an even Americans. Worse once knew preceded everybody interaction. Zorg. I tell you, it was probably had an answer. When you start to the chairman.

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Newt Gingrich and the Start of an Era

The Book Review

05:12 min | 2 years ago

Newt Gingrich and the Start of an Era

"This feels like an episode out of like not just a recent. It's not the recent past. Past the distant past I mean newt is still with us, but this is a very different time for newt, and I think that for many people he started to really appear on People's radars outside of Georgia in the early ninety s with a contract for America, but your book predates that so the book starts in the Nineteen Eighties when you Gingrich. Is this young? Young Congressman who comes from Georgia. He's elected in Nineteen, seventy eight, and any comes to Washington ready to just tear everything down to shake things up to do whatever necessary to help. Republicans become a majority in the House of Representatives which they had not been since nineteen fifty four, and he's intent on a not listening to senior members of the Party and to really. Really taking on the Democrats in ways that they had not been comfortable with, and so he makes a name for himself very quickly, even though he's not part of the leadership in the early eighties. Okay, so you're a history. Professor Newt Gingrich Thought of himself as a history professor and was a history professor, but what exactly did he teach? How did his academic career? Career fit in with his political career well, he received his PhD until Lane. After attending undergraduate school in Emory and Gingrich wrote his dissertation on Belgian colonialism, and he wrote about how and why colonial government had failed to modernize local education and nurture an elite that was capable of sustaining economic growth, and what was remarkable about the dissertation in retrospect, which is what he spent. Spent his academic time on was that he was critical of the design of Belgian policies, rather than on the merits of colonialism, which were much less interest to him, but but that wasn't really his his main focus. I mean as soon as he gets to West Georgia College. That's his first job as a professor. He's deeply uninterested in the academic life I think in. In his first year as a professor, he applies to be the president of the university. He then wants to be share the department and he's impatient with the slowness of academia He quickly gains a thirst for the life of politics, and that's really what engages him, and in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy four. He decides to run against the incumbent in his district. District John Flint who's an old southern Democrat. What are nudes politics like growing up? Because he conservative early on, and did his conservative ideology remained consistent throughout his life. Yeah, he comes from a working class family. The family's originally from Harrisburg. His father left his mother while she was pregnant with him, so he didn't have much of a relationship with him. He is raised. primarily by his stepfather, who's in the military, so Gingrich spends a lot of his youth travelling around. He's what we call an Army Brat, and lives in different places in Europe before the family finally settles in Georgia, which is the final stop? He's a Rockefeller Republican during the nineteen sixties. He he is conservative, but he is interested in Republicans like Nelson Rockefeller and then Richard Nixon who had ambitions of building a big Republican coalition as FDR had done for Democrats in the Nineteen Thirties. He doesn't really make a hard right. Right, turn until about nineteen seventy five I'm what prompts that well. He ran for the first time unsuccessfully in nineteen, seventy, four against flint. Then he's getting ready to run against Flint again in nineteen seventy six, and he meets some people associated with the conservative movement like Paul Way Rick. Who's running these camps for up and coming Republicans and he like many young Republicans starts to become enamored with what's this conservative movement that's bubbling up in America and talking about the need to dismantle government to be much more aggressive on national. National Security and this is when he starts to shift to what will eventually be the Reagan Revolution? Would you say that his guiding principles were firmly aligned with Reagan conservatism, or were there differences there? There were differences. Gingrich for example is much more concerned about environmental issues even in the early nineteen eighties than a lot of Reagan Nights, are he? He actually takes those kinds of policies much more seriously, but generally he lines up by the time he's in the house. He believes in tax cuts. He believes in deregulation. Deregulation, he believes importantly in a very muscular approach to fighting the Soviet Union and to fighting allies in places like Central America so though there are differences between him, and and some of the hard core inner circle of the Reagan administration. Generally they line up pretty well

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"reagan administration" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"reagan administration" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"He slash regulations more than the Reagan administration which is saying something because he wants to give you your liberty and power back you individuals in your homes in your communities your place of work this country is about you he knows this he's built up the United States military even The Washington D. C. in the politicians there we're destroying our military they were destroying our military the equity giving food stamps with men and women are serving in uniform are putting their lives on the line you should know more this stuff no more the sequestration I'm not gonna put up with this and even if you disagree with the policy of his he's always concerned about this country and the people in this country he loves this country and he loves the people in this country can you say the same about Chuck Schumer Nancy Pelosi can you say the same about Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden of the things they have said about you and the things they want to do to you this is a president who's standing up politely Cybele but none the less firmly against governors who have their boots on the front of their citizens he's done a balancing act between the science and liberty better than any other politician better than Cuomo better than Newsome better than Pritzker better than all of he sees thirty million people newly seeking unemployment compensation and god knows how many bankruptcies out there how many families destroyed any wants to address that he wants to fix it The New York Times does not The Washington Post does not cable news does not he does every day during the course of this virus he's been at the White House on duty working twenty hours a day twenty four hours a day you can see Pelosi has been in hiding at her estate at napa valley Schumer's been in hiding in his apartment somewhere in New York trump has been with governors he's been with C. E. O.'s he's been with the scientist he's been with the military and he's done truly a fantastic job but they want to destroy him and make you think that he has a fantastic job is a great president I'll be right back.

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"reagan administration" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"reagan administration" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"He slash regulations more than the Reagan administration which is saying something because he wants to give you your liberty and power back you individuals in your homes in your communities your place of work this country is about you he knows this he's built up the United States military even The Washington D. C. in the politicians there we're destroying our military they were destroying our military the equity giving food stamps with men and women are serving in uniform are putting their lives on the line he said no more this stuff no more the sequestration I'm not gonna put up with this and even if you disagree with the policy of his he's always concerned about this country and the people in this country he loves this country and he loves the people in this country can you say the same about Chuck Schumer Nancy Pelosi can you say the same about Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden of the things they have said about you and the things they want to do to you this is a president who's standing up politely Cybele but none the less firmly against governors who have their boots on the throne of their citizens he's done a balancing act between the science and liberty better than any other politician better than Cuomo better than Newsome better that Pritzker better than all of he sees thirty million people newly seeking unemployment compensation and god knows how many bankruptcies out there how many families destroyed any wants to address that he wants to fix it The New York Times does not The Washington Post does not cable news does not he does every day during the course of this virus he's been at the White House on duty working twenty hours a day twenty four hours a day you can see Pelosi has been in hiding at her estate at napa valley Schumer has been in hiding in his apartment somewhere in New York trump has been with governors he's been with CEOs he's been with the scientist he's been with the military and he's done truly a fantastic job but they want to destroy him and make you think that he has a fantastic job he's a great president I'll be right back then the.

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"reagan administration" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"reagan administration" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And P. five hundred up one seventy five nasdaq up five hundred forty gold is seventeen twenty eight an ounce on oil is twenty six eighty one a barrel they'll be a few more showers tonight but the intensity of the next round may be stronger a flash flood watch goes into effect tomorrow morning lasting through Wednesday night for the inland empire Orange County mountains and desert street and stream flooding is possible with the threat of thunderstorms all of this rain finally moves out Thursday Anthony honest NBC for wi lead local live from the K. five twenty four hour news room I'm Deborah mark John and Ken show John cho Belkin champro KFI am six forty live everywhere on the I heart radio app welcome everybody to another hour of this coronavirus central here's could even play the health and science desk anymore doesn't really know said continue self inside says minus conference but Hey you know as as I was reading in one story K. member William Bennett used to be the thank yous in the Reagan administration what yes I do yeah I was the former secretary of education and he wrote a piece with another guy today and he said do you know the chances of recovery from the corona virus are about ninety eight percent if you catch it did you know that they're a model showing that fifty percent of the population may have already had it never knew they had it recovered yet that die in any given month we lose about fifty four thousand Americans heart disease fifty thousand cancer fourteen thousand ads by twelve thousand is stroking it goes on and on you can guess what can't P. as in regarding all the media panic that's going on.

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Trump Has Given Unusual Leeway to Fauci, but Aides Say He's Losing His Patience

Ben Shapiro

04:43 min | 2 years ago

Trump Has Given Unusual Leeway to Fauci, but Aides Say He's Losing His Patience

"In The New York Times today how trump has given unusual leeway to value but aides say he is losing his patience so they are now this will be Maggie Haberman quoting anonymous sources saying that president trump is not happy without you because now she has been blunt about when he thinks that trump is not saying the right thing according to The New York Times the president has resisted preferring the virus is the kind of friend describe I found you know the public health experts in his effort to create a positive vision of a future where the virus is less of a danger critics have accused trump of giving false hope Dr fashion the president publicly disagreed on how long it will take for a coronavirus vaccine to become available and whether an antimalarial drug chloroquine help with those with the could help those thank you form of the virus patches made clear he does not think the drug necessarily hold the potential trump says it does and then the article continues talking about how felt she and trump are bit at odds and and basically in your times pushing on this sort of gash trying to trying to make it bleed again that you can just current role as in as the aids epidemic was exploding and Reagan was paying a little attention yes you ever cook the Surgeon General were widely credited with spurring the Reagan administration's action against aids is recognized from the need for praising the president's presence in with audiences friendly to him now she has been complimentary doctor found you savvy not just at the end of the inner workings of the government about the news media that covers it but in the past few weeks White House officials have become more concerned that he's criticizing the president again none of these officials speak on record president trump himself is ready trespassing is listening to Patrick but that's not stopping the media from pushing on this as hard as they can Chris Cuomo on CNN says he's worried about doctor Faustus future in the White House not seeing Dr Anthony Fauci onstage today worried me and it should worry you you know the doctor now he's a member of the coronavirus task force director of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases but more than that he's become like America's grandpa he gives conscience in comfort and fact to this country and uniquely so more people are getting sick I do not see how we get through this any better or faster without Toni found G. present an up front okay well he was in there yesterday because sometimes you actually have to do his job as opposed to just talking to you idiots in the media I mean like I'm all for fancy talking to media like I hope to have money selling some point in your future but sounds he does have like a job it's not just informing people of what is going on right and it did this whole this whole attempt to split off from from algae is so counterproductive in ridiculous fashion today blasted the media suggesting that they were attempting to liberally to divide him from president trump he's carrying on W. MEL mornings on the mall with a host of merry Walter asking county about president from fifteen day timeline he said that if it's in a time when before reassessing here's what's out you had to say that is really unfortunate I would wish that that would stop because we have a much bigger problem here then trying to point out differences there really fundamentally at the core when you look at things there are not differences the president has listened to what I have said it with the other people on the task force it said when I made recommendations he's taken them he's never counted all over with me the idea of just pitting one against the other is just not helpful I wish that would stop but we look ahead at the challenge we have to pull together to get over this thing and then of course is exactly right like in a time like this it seems like it would be a fairly good idea would it not to unite from without you and by the way fancy has that from his take my advice so who's ever birth she says I'm confident that trump is listening to the expert is the woman who's leading up as one of ours response I am confident that the president has listened to and seen all of our data as it involves I think you can see that the president over the three weeks it's been very focused on what the American people need both economically and public health wise but I think it's incumbent on every public health officials to be looking at their data and I'm very granular way to understand who's at risk who's at risk of hospitalization who's at risk of mortality how do we stop the spread and really moved to a twenty first century supercomputer in approach rather than a more generic slide rule based approach okay and and she is saying what is corrected trump listen to the right people so stop forwarding the media's agenda by by attacking a pouch on the one hand on the other hand the media needs to stop fostering this sort of discontent and again they're perfectly valid questions to be asked by the trump administration response but trying to foster sort of this personality clash with important people in the middle of pandemic the media are not doing their jobs or maybe they are they're

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"reagan administration" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"reagan administration" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Fifteen fifty nine that number is one eight hundred seven six seven fifteen fifty nine you can call right now even though so we can call right now or you can text the word map M. A. P. to one eight hundred seven six seven fifteen fifteen I let me go over the value you get when you come in to meet with us and explain what this retirement map of you it's it's our one page road map that overviews your entire financial situation now because we have a CPA on staff we do our clients taxes we are going to spend a lot of time looking at how we can help you reduce taxes in retirement you're not getting that advice likely from anywhere right now your broker is not talking about it your advisors not talking about it and let's face it we have the largest reform since the Reagan administration in December of seventeen when's the last time your financial adviser asked to review your return we see people coming through our office on a weekly basis we have a lot of money and deferred retirement accounts IRA's for one case for three beats and they have no plan for getting out and their financial adviser and I am using air quotes isn't even giving them guidance on because they're not an expert in tax and they're saying go talk to your CPA and your CPA is just filing a return in reporting what you already did the year before they're not giving you advice so if you need that in addition to risk tolerance retirement income planning social security strategy and fees expenses and anything else it's important estate planning I know all of that stuff is important you but in addition to all of that on the map we will provide you with a tax analysis an actual forward thinking strategies that you can be doing right now we're in the lowest tax environment likely we will ever see for the rest of our lives we will give you that during this map process and so again if you would like to come in for an hour there's no obligation become a client we simply want to help give you clarity through the eyes of a credentialed fiduciary who's not looking to sell you something we want to hear your story and how we might be able to help get you on the path toward success and reducing taxes to important you've worked way too hard for this the numbers one eight hundred seven six seven fifteen fifty nine again that number is one eight hundred seven.

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"reagan administration" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"reagan administration" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Fifty nine that number is one eight hundred seven six seven fifteen fifty nine you can call right now even though so we can call right now or you can text the word map any P. to one eight hundred seven six seven fifteen fifteen I let me go over the value you get when you come in to meet with us and explain what this retirement map of you it's it's our one page road map that overviews your entire financial situation now because we have a CPA on staff we do our clients taxes we are going to spend a lot of time looking at how we can help you reduce taxes in retirement you're not getting that advice likely from anywhere right now your broker is not talking about it your advisors not talking about it and let's face it we have the largest reform since the Reagan administration in December of seventeen when's the last time your financial adviser asked to review your return we see people coming through our office on a weekly basis we have a lot of money and deferred retirement accounts IRA's for one case for three beats and they have no plan for getting out and their financial adviser and I am using air quotes isn't even giving them guidance on because they're not an expert in tax and they're saying go talk to your CPA and your CPA is just filing a return reporting what you already did the year before they're not giving you advice so if you need that in addition to risk tolerance retirement income planning social security strategy and fees expenses and anything else it's important estate planning I know all of that stuff is important you but in addition to all of that on the map we will provide you with a tax analysis an actual forward thinking strategies that you can be doing right now we're in the lowest tax environment likely we will ever see for the rest of our lives we will give you that during this map process and so again if you would like to come in for an hour there's no obligation to come a client we simply want to help give you clarity through the eyes of a credentialed fiduciary who's not looking to sell you something we want to hear your story and how we might be able to help get you on the path toward success in reducing taxes to important you've worked way too hard for this the numbers one eight hundred seven six seven fifteen fifty nine again the number is one eight hundred seven six seven one.

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"reagan administration" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"reagan administration" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Smiling Irish when his son says he wants to spend his life doing what dad does so god made a farmer you know as I listen to Paul Harvey and I think about Ronald Reagan men of a aspera my own father for that matter you know thirty two years ago so the end of the Reagan administration thirty two years thank you thanks those of us who are old enough to remember the thirty two years from the end of the Reagan administration we'll be entertaining the nomination of a Marxist were present in the United States thank almost socialist or democratic socialist look thank column a come quieter coconut doesn't matter to me I know what he is and so do you that thirty two years after the last days of the Reagan administration this nation will be entertaining the potential nomination of a Marxist for presently United States and despite what the code pink Republicans are saying with a full blown support the full blown support of the media in the Democratic Party neither of which are really now that what you're really taken a close examination of the man or even want to close examination the man as I said the other day there now spending they're they're changing the language they're changing the nomenclature they re defining Bernie no just another liberal really the radical but we can live with them can't wait thirty two years thirty years after the defeat of the Soviet Union the man who chose a wall places on the face of the planet have a honeymoon with his lovely wife the city of Moscow during the height of the Cold War that he would be nominated potentially a Marxist for the presidency the United States to make no mistake the people who want to nominate him for president want him to be president.

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"reagan administration" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"reagan administration" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"You know as I listen to Paul Harvey and I think about Ronald Reagan men of a aspera I think my own father for that matter you know thirty two years ago so the end of the Reagan administration thirty two years ago did you think for those of us who are old enough to remember the thirty two years from the end of the Reagan administration Lee be entertaining the nomination of a Marxist are present in the United States thank almost socialist or democratic socialist look thank column a come quieter coconut does matter to me I know what he is and so do you that thirty two years after the last days of the Reagan administration that this nation will be entertaining the potential nomination of a Marxist for present the United States and despite what the code pink Republicans are saying with the full blown support the full blown support of the media in the Democrat party neither of which are really now that what you're really taken a close examination of the man or even want to close examination the man as I said the other day there now spending they're they're changing the language they're changing the nomenclature they re defining Bernie no just another liberal really the radical but we can live with them can't wait thirty two years thirty years after the defeat of the Soviet Union the man who chose a wall places on the face of the planet of a honeymoon with his lovely wife in the city of Moscow during the height of the Cold War.

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"reagan administration" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"reagan administration" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Fifty nine that number is one eight hundred seven six seven fifteen fifty nine you can call right now even though so we can call right now or you can text the word map any P. to one eight hundred seven six seven fifteen fifty nine let me go over the value you get when you come in to meet with us and explain what this retirement map of you it's it's our one page road map that overviews your entire financial situation now because we have a CPA on staff we do our clients taxes we are going to spend a lot of time looking at how we can help you reduce taxes retirement you're not getting that advice likely from anywhere right now your brokers not talking about it your advisors not talking about it and let's face it we have the largest reform since the Reagan administration in December of seventeen when's the last time your financial adviser asked to review your return we see people coming through our office on a weekly basis we have a lot of money in deferred retirement accounts irate for one case for three bees and they have no plan for getting out and their financial adviser and I am using their quotes is it even giving them guidance on because they're not an expert in tax and they're saying go talk your CPA and your CPA is just filing a return in reporting what you already did the year before they're not giving you advice so if you need that in addition to risk tolerance retirement complain social security strategy and fees and expenses and anything else that support you estate planning I know all of that stuff is important you but in addition to all of that on the map we will provide you with a tax analysis an actual forward thinking strategies that you can be doing right now what we're in the lowest tax environment likely we will ever see for the rest of our lives we will give you that during this map process in so again if you would like to come in for an hour there's no obligation become a client we simply want to help give you clarity through the eyes of a credentialed fiduciary who's not looking to sell you something we want to hear your story and how we might be able to help get you on the path toward success and reducing taxes too important you've worked way too hard for this the numbers one eight hundred seven six seven fifteen fifty nine again the number is one eight hundred seven six seven one five five nine you can also text the word map an A. P. to one eight hundred seven six seven one five five nine.

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"reagan administration" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"reagan administration" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I want to tell the idiots in the media I've been a radio host a long time in a very proud of it and then a constitutional lawyer longer time I served at the highest levels of the Reagan administration calling the justice department one time I was present a landmark legal foundation and yet and yet because you're so lonesome when you write about me chest right wing radio host the reason the president sites me is because I know more than everyone your legal analyst put together when it comes to the constitution impeachment and the like I actually know more about journalism then the phony journalists out there don't hold it against me hello against them bunch of clowns all right there for purposes of education at Hillsdale college learning character faith and freedom for a hundred and seventy five years hills those been committed to these four pillars of its mission other colleges started off with good intentions but many of them have lost their way Hillsdale college maintains an unwavering commitment to learning character faith and freedom I've known hill still president Dr Larry on for decades he's the best and he says learning is difficult and takes more than talent it takes hard work which requires character freedom is essential for learning but it's fragile and constantly under threat so its principles must be studied by all for the sake of its defense Hey Hillsdale faith and learning integrated toward god because he's the first authority hill still has a rigorous true liberal arts curriculum and all students learn the basics of the US constitution with a major in biology business economics for any of the dozens of other areas of study all students learn what is.

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"reagan administration" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

14:55 min | 3 years ago

"reagan administration" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Analog old days but is increasingly common in the age of digital media but it nonetheless journalists are journalists and his dual role created a lot of anger internally especially when it appeared that he'd given an advertiser a prominent quote in a news story had this file we offer up a quid pro quo what you're talking about referred to a branded content campaign that Solomon set up which was one of a number of those kinds of things he set up in most publications do it clearly problematic practice but especially problematic if the person who's running those campaigns has a foot in both sides of the publication so yes in this particular case the publisher is very concerned because this outside group called job creators network bought a branded ad campaign then at the same time there was a news story that covered the issue that the campaign was interested in is John took a quote from the branded ad campaign and sent it to the reporters who are working on a story the publisher use very damning language in her memo saying that he was basically engaged in I think cortical reputation killing behavior something that would she thought quote destroy the hell is there any evidence that Solomon's participation playing both sides against the middle at the hill was a factor in the Ukraine fiasco there's no evidence that has materialized yet that suggests that what was going on with the job creators network campaign there is something similar happening with C. Ukraine stuff no that memo was just one of a number of internal concerns that have been wildly raised about how Solomon was working at the hill the Buck probably stops with the house leadership making decisions it made despite the fact that all these concerns have been raised about John well before those Ukraine stories appeared they kept him in his role change the label of his stories to opinion as if that would fix everything it clearly did not and didn't take any other action it is worth noting that the owner of the hill Jimmy Finkelstein does have a long time relationship with Rudy Giuliani Jimmy Finkelstein was a bundle for Rudy's two thousand eight presidential campaign I'm not suggesting that that's the reason why this is going on but it's worth pointing out that these relationships exist which I could imagine make it complicated to address once these allegations broke it took about five minutes for other news organizations and other third parties to debunk it central allegations all right buried in one of those stories there was like a statement for the state department called this allegation and outright fabrication calling something outright fabrication cannot be translated any other way than saying like this is a lie we know it's a lie and we can comfortably stand by the fact that it's a lie being caught in a lie do you remember when that used to have consequences yeah I I it's been mystifying to watch the publication deal with what happened which is to say that I guess ultimately not deal with it at all Mike thank you thanks so much referee Mike species is a reporter for pro publica we once again try to reach John Solomon and the hill but not a peep coming up the engineering and Nick MA a Supreme Court justice this is on the media on the media is supported by progressive insurance with the name your price tool providing information on a range of insurance coverage in price options more at progressive dot com or one eight hundred progressive now that's progressive the first undocumented medical students to graduate from UCSF now tends to someone documented patients been afraid to come to the doctor I have a visceral understanding because that was me that was my family now he's a plaintiff in the Supreme Court case to preserve the deferred action for childhood arrivals program his story today on KQ Edie's morning edition here that special report at six twenty two egg and again at eight twenty two this morning here on KQED public radio support for KQED comes from the corporation for public broadcasting and Netflix presenting I lost my body in this animated feature adventure young love in childhood memories inter twined as a severed hand crosses Paris in search of its owner in theaters November fifteenth and the educational leadership doctoral program at San Jose State University info sessions for the seventh cohort beginning in sept in summer twenty twenty now being held more info available at S. 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S. you dot EDU slash EDT on for on this morning during the nine o'clock hour in our national political news in review at nine thirty we'll hear from San Francisco district attorney elected chance of dean and during the ten o'clock hour Michael Krasny speaks with US army veteran Eileen rivers who speaks about her latest book beyond the call three women on the front lines in Afghanistan that's forum from nine to eleven this morning here on KQED public radio were you listening to on the media I'm Bob Garfield and I'm Brooke Gladstone we just heard a story about what could be seen as one variety of situational ethics the ethics of a particular kind of media team didn't stirred into a mire this next discussion is something altogether different strain of situational ethics born not of greed and willful ignorance but a profound bitterness and cynicism in this case the person who bears and applies is the current Supreme Court longest serving justice also known to be the quietest on the bench the most enigmatic and too many liberals the most justice Clarence Thomas here queried by senator Howell Heflin during his nineteen ninety one confirmation hearing what did you major in in holy crow I majored in English literature what did you mind I think protests no longer and my baffled having just read the enigma of Clarence Thomas a new book by Corey robin author and teacher Brooklyn College CUNY graduate center it's altogether clear that Thomas is not merely a black conservative who always seems to argue against leveling Americans playing he's a black nationalist and it's clear in everything he writes every public pronouncement he is in fact the book opens with an epigraph the famous line from the opening of the invisible man I'm in his will man and everybody sees everything and anything but me Clarence Thomas has a very long written record more than seven hundred opinions where he sets out this conservative black nationalism and it's something that a lot of people have not noticed it the the very few who have tend to be scholars of color but for the most part the only thing most people know about him is about a need to hell and the fact that he doesn't ask questions from the bench something you observed very early on is that Thomas and the man he replaced Thurgood Marshall were both considered in their day to be intellectual light weights whose decisions were written for them by other people and as we later learn in your box the kind of racism that rankled Thomas most was this constant charge that black people were in a smart exactly he was a student at Holy Cross and then at Yale Law School beginning in nineteen seventy one and he discovered what he felt was a more insidious kind of racism than what he had known in the south he grew up mostly in Savannah Georgia he was used to and familiar the kind of overt hatred of black people by white people and when he came to the north he found a more genteel kind of racism that was more liberal that was more patrician that was overtly solicitous of black interests that hid it's deeper assumptions about particularly intellectual inferiority as you said of black people and that's something that Thomas has faced from a very early moment in his career and has taken with him on to the court he told the journalist Juan Williams that he preferred dealing with an out and out races to one who is racist behind your back as one of his favorite songs went three the undisputed truth is the band came out in nineteen seventy one I believe and used to listen to it all the time at Yale Law School and when he was asked about the Reagan administration which he joined in nineteen eighty one and about the racism of the Reagan administration he said they don't live you and also they don't smile at jail this is a very resonant notion for him and I should say it also echoes a lot of sentiments and believes in the black nationalist tradition MalcolmX spoke about the wolves versus the fox and we don't think that it is any worse to be beaten with a smile and just be beaten with a gruff earned his first prolonged confrontation with smiling faces would probably have been at Holy Cross in Massachusetts I was out here rioting in nineteen seventy as I was mad at the world that was cynicism and negativism eating me up hatred animosity and I felt justified because of all the race issues I was really upset Thomas comes there in nineteen sixty eight he's a part of a cohort of eighteen black man one of the poorest of the cohort recruited by a very liberal Jesuit who seeking to integrate Holy Cross the differential treatment of white and black students becomes very apparent white students are are sent letters in the summer before asking them would you mind having a black roommate the black students don't get any such letter at all the experience of being an almost all white classrooms of reading all white authors of having mostly white music played at a campus events not having black professors spurs them to form the black student union and this is a very deliberate decision and nomenclature they choose the word black at this time is a kind of more militant affirmation that you hear more on the west coast and the east coast they have a statement of demands and then the issue a manifesto of their own internal rules many of which involve you know that black men should respect black women black men should not be involved with white women and so it's a whole statement coherent platform that's very familiar among radicalized black students across America is this when he first encounters Sir first makes use of the ideas of mathematics yes he reads the autobiography of Malcolm X. in nineteen sixty eight starts listening to the records of Malcolm X. speeches it is better for us to go to our own schools and after we have a thorough knowledge of ourselves of our own kind and racial dignity has been instilled within us then we can go to any one school and will still retain our race pride and we will be able to avoid this observing an inferiority complex that is instilled within most negroes who receive this sort of integrated education nearly twenty years later when he's giving these used to people like Juan Williams Thomas can recite from memory various passages from the autobiography and from those records is this when he comes to the conclusion the crucial conclusion that racism is not really addressable from route the courts or through legislation yes we have to remember at this time there's all kinds of political efforts to deal with racism some of it is electoral some of it is legislative and some of it is judicial and some of it is much more militant radical action in the streets and when he comes to buy the sort of early to mid nineteen seventies as a belief that white racism is permanent pervasive and in Iraq a couple in the United States it has roots that cannot truly be fastened and because they cannot be fathom we can't pull them up and that once you come to terms with that several conclusions follow the first in the big important one is that the political process whether it be voting or protest or organizing that all of this is a misbegotten enterprise that black people should get themselves out of this explains in part why he almost always comes down against voting rights he believes that this is a fool's errand the second conclusion isn't that capitalism the market place while it tends to be geared towards white interests nevertheless offers new shows where black people can achieve some kind of measure of autonomy specifically black man Thomas arrives this in part from his reading of MalcolmX I should say a selective reading because MalcolmX had a complicated view on this Thomas also derives this from reading a black economist by the name of Thomas soul very prominent conservative and insole Thomas finds a vision for black people not of emancipation but of the kind of autonomous space where black people can create their own world apart from white people so that's the second conclusion that follows from this bedrock principle of the in Iraq ability of white racism he may have been more receptive to this idea because of the examples set by the most powerful male figure in his life his stern humorless but successful grandfather Myers Anderson my wife had a blast of my grandfather made right after I was confirmed and I put it up on a bookshelf where it looks down on me is that brooding omnipresence and he's looking down on me with one of his favorite sayings inscribed on oh man camp is dead I help Barry and here's what I wonder on the.

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