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Reagan Library Chair Fred Ryan Hates Trump & Hates You

Mark Levin

01:03 min | Last month

Reagan Library Chair Fred Ryan Hates Trump & Hates You

"Liz Cheney last night was at the Reagan library The Reagan library has been taken over by hostile forces the chairman of the Reagan library is the CEO of The Washington Post His name is Fred Ryan Fred Ryan hates Donald Trump In other words Fred Ryan hates you Many of us who served with and for Ronald dragon And a door Ronald Reagan need to know That the Reagan library now has been taken over By a never trumper and a rhino That's why he runs The Washington Post And runs the Reagan library His name is Fred Ryan And as long as Fred Ryan is chairman unfortunately I will not be able to attend the Reagan library Liz Cheney was there yesterday Using Ronald Reagan's name to attack Donald Trump Liz Cheney is a serial liar

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"reagan library" Discussed on POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing

POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing

05:39 min | Last month

"reagan library" Discussed on POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing

"Presented by meadow. Hey, good morning playbook or something of Allen, it's Thursday. We got some news when it comes to 2024 from both parties. It's her Politico playbook daily briefing. Vice president Kamala Harris did something unusual yesterday afternoon. Before taking off from D.C. to California, where she'll headline three fundraisers today, she went to the back of the plane to talk to the press. White House aides told to pull reporter on board that Harris wanted to clarify some comments, she had made to CNN's Dana bash on Monday. Harris had told bash, quote, Joe Biden is running for reelection, and I will be a ticket mate. Full stop. This time around not quite, Harris said in her air force two clarification quote, the president intends to run, and if he does, I will be his ticket mate. We will run together. This could be what White House aides claim it is. A technical correction, because Harris initial unambiguous present tense declaration about Biden running could trigger FEC fundraising rules, but Biden will be 80 in November and prominent Democrats are on a hair trigger for any evidence that he might not run, and on cue, NBC News reports that one person who has been trying to make the case that Joe Biden is the debt's best shot in 2024 is, well, Joe Biden, quote, Biden will argue, he's the only one who can beat Donald Trump. Sometimes ticking through the names of the potential democratic candidates if he stepped aside, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Pete Buttigieg, even vice president Kamala Harris. Then rhetorically asks, can any of them beat his 2020 rival? This has been a consistent message from Biden world for a long time, back in April, John anzalone, Biden's 2020 campaign pollster, told playbook something similar when we asked if Biden would run again. Quote, a lot of us feel that if Trump runs, there's no one else that could beat Trump other than Joe Biden. All the way back in 2019, his advisers were already saying something similar when debating whether Biden should commit to making a one term pledge. The top adviser told us back then, quote, he's going into this thinking, I want to find a running mate, I can turn things over to after four years, but if that's not possible or doesn't happen, then I'll run for reelection. That still seems to be the current plan NBC says to look for Biden quote filing paperwork for reelection shortly after the new year, which is a fairly typical timeline. Barack Obama and running meet Biden filed back on April 4th, 2011. Nothing in the NBC story will stop the chatter about potential Biden rivals. Hillary Clinton declined to offer a Sherman at statement about running in 2024 in an interview with CBS's Gayle king on Thursday. And on Aspen on Wednesday, Clinton offered her views on a range of issues in an interview with yamiche alcindor. Meanwhile, when it comes to the Republicans, the 2024 conversation on the Republican side continues to be fueled by three recent Trump developments. One, his body record in GOP primaries this year. Two the rise of Florida governor Ron DeSantis and three. The devastating details about his efforts to overturn the 2020 election, unearthed by the January 6th committee. Last night in California, the Ronald Reagan presidential foundation and institute hosted the latest event in its time for choosing speaker series, which has brought big name Republicans to Southern California to quote address critical questions facing the future of the Republican Party. Previous speaker so far are mostly 2024 presidential aspirants, including former vice president Mike Pence, former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, former New Jersey governor Chris Christie, South Dakota governor Kristi Noem. Maryland governor Larry Hogan, former UN ambassador Nikki Haley and senators Tim Scott and Ben sasse. One name not on the Reagan library's guest list so far, Donald Trump, a spokesman for the Reagan library told playbook, quote Trump has not been invited because he's a former president, and we're looking to hear from leading voices that haven't held that level of office. Last night's guest was Wyoming representative Liz Cheney, who tighter work on the January 6th committee directly to the library's goal of forging a new identity for the GOP. And, well, she did not hold back. We are confronting a domestic threat that we have never faced before. And that is a former president who is attempting to unravel the foundations of our constitutional republic. And he is aided by Republican leaders and elected officials who made themselves willing hostages to this dangerous and irrational man. Here's what's up in Washington today starting with The White House, president Joe Biden is at the NATO summit in Madrid, where he's already delivered remarks this morning, still to come at 8 a.m. eastern. Biden will hold a press conference, and afterward, he'll depart Madrid to fly home, arriving back at The White House at 5 40 p.m.. Here's what's on the vice president's calendar. Vice president Kamala Harris will speak at a trio of DNC finance receptions and most got us San Francisco and Los Angeles. The Senate and the House are out today. All right, for more news and what's breaking in D.C. right now, subscribe to the playbook newsletter. That's a Politico dot com slash playbook or music is composed by the mysterious breakmaster cylinder. I'm rugby, have a good Thursday. We'll see you first thing. Tomorrow morning. One day in the metaverse, doctors will practice high risk surgeries as many times as needed before operating on real patients. 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Reagan Library Board Is Destroying the Reagan Library

Mark Levin

01:16 min | 3 months ago

Reagan Library Board Is Destroying the Reagan Library

"So this board in the officers of this board are destroying the Reagan library as far as I'm concerned That's my view As you know when my books come out I go to the Reagan library We have a wonderful relationship or did The biggest audience has come when I speak That's not Bragg That's fact And when my books are released we oversell the Reagan library We have to turn people back And we sell out the Reagan library in 7 8 9 minutes Because we're reaganites And we don't make any bones about it We're conservatives and we don't make any bones about it And most of the people who sit on that board hate Donald Trump I think Ronald Reagan would have liked Donald Trump May not agreed with all the tactics and so forth but I think he would have liked him very much I don't think it would have cared for Larry Hogan

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Gov. Larry Hogan: The Divide in the Republican Party

Mark Levin

01:17 min | 3 months ago

Gov. Larry Hogan: The Divide in the Republican Party

"Here's what Larry Hogan said in part cut 14 at the Reagan library Go The divide in our party today Really is an ideological it's more of a difference between those who know how to win And those who only pretend that they want You know enough of the angry rhetoric and the grievance politics All right so this is his view He does not see what you see In the classrooms of America On our southern border in the economy the war on the Supreme Court the war on separation of powers The war on the vote the war on the filibuster rule Larry Hogan doesn't see any of that That's just grievance politics From people who don't know how to win And yet Donald Trump did win the presidency And yet in this coming election we'll see who wins and who loses No thanks to Larry Hogan Larry Hogan didn't bring a whole bunch of Republicans in behind him when he won the governorship twice Larry Hogan became a Democrat running under the Republican banner That's how it works In states like Maryland And Massachusetts and Illinois and other states

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Larry Hogan Is Not the Future of the Republican Party

The Dan Bongino Show

01:03 min | 3 months ago

Larry Hogan Is Not the Future of the Republican Party

"And Larry Hogan who used to pretend to be a big pro life guy but then realized he could get elected governor by flipping the script and dialing the temperature down on that Larry Hogan's now attacking Trump I mean it is the you want to talk about the perfect foil right Between a guy who is all hat no cattle Larry Hogan and another guy who you may not like is mean tweets but actually got something done You want to talk about the perfect foil this is it I bring that up because I saw Hogan today malvan off again It's going to give a speech at the Reagan library but the future of the Republican Party Let me give you a hint It ain't Larry Hogan okay Let me just give you a little teaser The future of the Republican Party That guy's the biggest fraud You have ever seen Nobody knows Hogan as well as I do No one The guy is a fraud He's going to look at all the pictures out there Of me and him when he was running And all of a sudden at the end of the campaign when he was running for governor right He pretended to be this big like conservative Republican guy how the minute he thought he could win He changed his mind all of a sudden it became basically a lefty

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The 2022 Speakers Lineup at Ronald Reagan Presidential Library

Mark Levin

01:55 min | 4 months ago

The 2022 Speakers Lineup at Ronald Reagan Presidential Library

"Let's see here Why don't we pull up the Reagan library mister producer the speakers that let's see here I'm just curious The executive team speakers maybe I'll have to do this after the break because I can't do it while I'm on the air Reagan library speakers Let's see what kind of people they've had here I know Ryan hates Trump Fred Ryan and Paul Ryan and noonan and the rest of them I know that Let's see the speakers line up here Oh look at this one Representative Liz Cheney This is the 2022 lineup of speakers You ready for this folks She's listening Ross do Todd of The New York Times Joni Ernst good lady Micah Garcia good guy Larry Hogan governor of Maryland Mitch McConnell condi rice again a good lady but not oregano senator Ben sasse So all the Trump haters many of them Liz Cheney Larry Hogan Mitch McConnell Ben sasse You have here individuals in the case of Mitch McConnell Mitch McConnell was never recognized 76 he back for it Larry Hogan was never ranking guy He's a liberal Republican is more Democrat So you really do have to ask you look at the lineup of the speakers here It's really quite remarkable

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Will Mark Levin or Ric Grenell Ever Be Invited Back to the Reagan Library?

Mark Levin

00:31 sec | 8 months ago

Will Mark Levin or Ric Grenell Ever Be Invited Back to the Reagan Library?

"And you know what Rick grinnell Because you've spoken out you will never be invited to that library because I have said the things I've said today and said yesterday I won't either despite the fact I've been the biggest draw there Now isn't it Let me just finish very quickly I think that's true But I'm the guy as U.S. ambassador to Germany When the Germans said for ten years they wouldn't put up a Reagan statue I redid the entire embassy of the United States overlooking the Brandenburg gate And I put up the Reagan

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Ric Grenell: Fred Ryan's Management of Ronald Reagan Presidential Library Is Inconsistent

Mark Levin

01:44 min | 8 months ago

Ric Grenell: Fred Ryan's Management of Ronald Reagan Presidential Library Is Inconsistent

"It's really a shocking It's unacceptable and here's the other thing Mark is that the Reagan family And I don't mean just the personal family but The White House family the people that protect the Ronald Reagan legacy They allowed Fred Ryan to single handedly hone the legacy of Ronald Reagan into whatever Fred Ryan wants it to be I would argue that it's very inconsistent right now with who Ronald Reagan is Let me give you one perfect example And this is the situation that set me off Listening to secretary defense Lloyd Austin Go and be welcomed at the Ronald Reagan library to host the Reagan defense form To be ushered in national television and to be allowed to talk about China without saying a word about the incredible failure of Afghanistan We're just a few weeks away from this awful fallout and embarrassment for the United States And our defense secretary is bumbling through an interview and giving a speech on China and avoiding every possible question or push to answer some basic questions Why did we leave 10% of the Americans behind Ronald Reagan would have never led ten left 10% of the people behind And yet our Secretary of Defense is at the Reagan library not even answering the question mark Think

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Ric Grenell: What's Happened to the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library?

Mark Levin

01:37 min | 8 months ago

Ric Grenell: What's Happened to the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library?

"Things I saw a Twitter and I agree a 100% What in the hell has happened to the Reagan library Yeah Boy I'll tell you it's certainly not what the Ronald Reagan message and legacy should be And I would say Ronald Reagan was somebody who always wanted to stand up for America and conservative values And yet I think typical of people who manage legacies of great people it begins to morph into their own ideas of what the former president should be or the figure should be And I think that's what's happened here I mean most people are really shocked to find out that the very powerful long-term chairman of the Ronald Reagan presidential library and foundation is also the handpicked guy who runs The Washington Post the CEO The CEO head of the board And he's somebody that The Washington Post crowd really likes because he's been there for a very long time as well It's hard for me to think about somebody doing both jobs in a good way in a way that keeps true to what the mission is but somehow Fred Ryan has

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Chris Christie Ignores Marxist Movement During Reagan Library Speech

Mark Levin

01:51 min | 11 months ago

Chris Christie Ignores Marxist Movement During Reagan Library Speech

"The founding But the bloated Cape May orca Chris Christie. Now, by the way. I guarantee Chris Christie spends Merlin food than Texas, Mr Producer. Simply no question about that. This guy thinks he's presidential material. He's a blowhard. He goes to the Reagan library. I have friends who go to the Reagan library events all the time. They live around that area and so forth, and they went to this event, even though they don't like Chris Christie and he told me about Maybe 250 people were there. I read a report that said 300 people were there. I'm there. 1500. People are there and we sell out in hours. Chris Christie. They probably have to hand out tickets to homeless people. So he has no backing, But the media was thrilled with all the media were all over. You're ready for this. The American Marxist movement is all around us. Our schools are under attack our borders under attack our constitutional systems under attack. Our courts are under attack. Our finances and economic system are under attack. And what is Chris Christie had to say at the regular library Cut 10 go. As Republicans. We need to free ourselves from the quick sand. Of endless grievances. We need to turn our attention to the future. And stop wallowing in the past. We need to face the realities of the 2020 election and learn Not hide from them. We need to discredit the extremists in our midst. The way we've done it before. And we'll discuss that baloney sandwich in his mouth while it

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Revisiting President Ronald Reagan's 'A Time for Choosing' Speech

77WABC Radio

01:31 min | 1 year ago

Revisiting President Ronald Reagan's 'A Time for Choosing' Speech

"I was re listening to Reagan's time for choosing speech. Which is what I do when I'm feeling down. And there's a part where quotes Khrushchev. Khrushchev says when the ultimate when the ultimatum to surrender comes America will have been so weak and spiritually, morally and economically, that our surrender will be voluntarily. That their surrender will be voluntary. And he had you just wrote a book about this pervasive anti American work movement that is in full control of the Democrats and academia and the press and even the senior levels of the military. So we're not only in retreat, but we're willingly pretending that the enemy isn't a problem. We're willingly pretending that the enemy Isn't a problem. He's a good man Spirit on And you are good people in the audience, and I met so many of you at the Reagan library telling you There are tens of millions of us They can keep pushing at the anti trump books. They can keep lying to us about things like Afghanistan and the border and all the rest. But we have to stay focused. Have to save our country. When we save our country, we will save

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Why Radio Is Such a Powerful Medium for Conservatives

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:21 min | 1 year ago

Why Radio Is Such a Powerful Medium for Conservatives

"Radio now It was meant to be dead a few years ago. rush limbaugh created this amazing phenomenon. We so much to him. Talk to us about how radio wine radio for example is the only part of the culture that belongs to conservatives hollywood. The media education gone explained to those who don't get it why it's so powerful. It's really funny. Because i can remember this conversation like it was yesterday and it's been several years now but you and i were in a car together and we're going to the reagan library and we were having this conversation. It was read about the time that you were getting ready to. Just start this program. And i was so taken with the with the visual of you as a little boy listening to that transistor radio listening to your radio because people who understand this meeting medium. Love it. I don't think there is a medium on the planet. It's not social media. It's not television. That have that connection. You'll you'll ride. You're absolutely. I don't care what it is not movies now. Not not not even podcast or books on tape or tv or social media. So i can still remember that conversation. The three of us one of us with his head between the seats and that discussion. So so i'm packing for us. Because you you my answer my answer is that radio is the most vulnerable medium. You cannot be good at this job. If you are not willing to tell people who you are and you're gonna take some criticism from time to time you're also gonna get a lot of love but you have to tell people who you are so it's a very personal vulnerable medium. When it comes to the show host for the listener we get to be with the listener in their car in their quiet moments when they're going back and forth to work when they're at their homes we're with people were that voice that is with people that wakes them up in the morning that drives with them home from work where medium that is always there and it's one that's accessible if you think that someone is full of it or if you want to call in and go yes i've been waiting to hear someone say this. You can call and communicate in real time with the people that you're listening to. So of all the mediums. I think it's the most accessible and it's the one that is the most vulnerable both for the listener and for the

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Thank You for Making 'American Marxism' #1 on Amazon

Mark Levin

01:53 min | 1 year ago

Thank You for Making 'American Marxism' #1 on Amazon

"I really feel like we're a big family here that we have our National meeting here. Every weekday evening. I really do feel that attachment to you. I can't reach out obviously and speak to each one of you. I take a little while, you know. But I can hear you. I can see you. In so many ways. In so many ways. I'm attentive to this. I mean, the fact that we're number one on Amazon right now beating out this trump hating book that is you. The fact that we have 1200 give or take comments already. On amazon dot com and five stars. That's you. The fact that we sold out the Reagan library. And I'm going to see so many of you there, which is a great honor of mine. And I want to tell you another little sacred. I pressed hard. For at least two other retail outlets to allow us to do an in person signing. And they would not allow it. We don't need to hide from anyone or anything. I mean the nation's functioning now. But they would not allow you believe that Mr Producer The Reagan library did Cause they have a tremendous executive director and staff over there that I really, really love. They are great people. They built a wonderful library. They're following Millions and millions of you just fantastic. John High. Bush. Melissa. I shouldn't have started this so many. We are just fantastic. I don't know what we would do without them. I don't know what I would do without

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Former US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman Reflects on President Reagan Speaking at His Father's Synagogue

Mark Levin

01:10 min | 1 year ago

Former US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman Reflects on President Reagan Speaking at His Father's Synagogue

"Reagan spoke at your father's synagogue. Briefly tell us about that. Well, you know, my father was not a political person. He was a rabbi whose spiritual leader and one day he got a call about two weeks before the second the You know, presidential election of Ronald Reagan 1984. And the president asked if he could come speak at my father is the synagogue and come to his house. And it was, of course, an incredibly uplifting moment. What I think about that day. Don't you know people can go on the Reagan library website and listen to the speech. He was in October of 84, a temple Hillel, and I think it was one of the seminal moments When the Republican Party really move closer to Israel, he said something that very improving Least to me, and this was when you know Israel is that it's low point in the United Nations, and he said, if Israel has ever voted out of the United Nations, the United States and Israel will walk out together. Hand in hand and It was. It was just, You know, it's something you don't hear in 1984, and I'll never forget it. Now, uh Tell the American people the Abraham accords, why

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"reagan library" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"reagan library" Discussed on WTVN

"Joe packs dot com John opine over on the the social media gonna be pastor George in North Carolina pastor what's going on yeah good afternoon to you draw an advance as usual US shows on target today thank you one thousand thank you really appreciate it listen I'm calling and I don't want to sound like a broken record but the I just found out that Ronald Reagan junior and company and it said the comments of president Ronald Reagan when we had that dialogue with ten minutes at the White House of the maturity date is seven I'm calling on president trump to get the art of verbatim copy from the national archives and you will see that I'm telling the truth hello there I'm I'm I'm confused what right okay Joe has what they had what president Reagan said as I said we need revival in our nation there was pandemonium in that room and the president said to me verbatim may I respond and the second the second thing that president Reagan said was I going to the Lincoln bedroom and I worry that's been edited out of the comet this is a president run is not in there at all anymore now they've got it then they took it out at the Reagan library you won't read that they brought in the Reagan said why are I could not run this country without that has been edited out at the regular library and I suspect by Ronald Reagan junior okay now the borough dating they couldn't at it because it would make it appear that president Reagan did not say anything to me when president Reagan said I'd go to him so much talking about the lord that I'm afraid I'm a get a busy signal now general I could have a move my own horn when I was at the White House because the front and two years ago they are a great injustice was done to me and if it wasn't for Jesus Christ I wouldn't be talking to you today the the military old meetings back right however I'm not going to play the race card to get my money I refuse to denigrate much country over a few dollars I'm not going to do it I'm going to ask president right out of trouble he knew the right thing our shirts are hanging up in trump tower now thanks to the lord Jesus Christ I've got I've got less than a minute I want to just interject as well you contact the Reagan library told to fix it I'm not I don't know there has to be fixed by the White House by the president John all of my president I'm not Donald drop and the reason I'm saying that is president Reagan president trump has has the power as president of the United States.

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"reagan library" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"reagan library" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"And threaten the Reagan library that fire is now ninety five percent contained after burning about eighteen hundred acres the winds have really died down since then around here giving cruise at a better chance to control these fires now the Reagan library which was heavily protected by fire crews Wednesday re opened yesterday sizes Christina Coleman in Ventura county where the memory of fire is twenty percent contained after burning over ninety four hundred acres before your set your clocks back tonight you might also want to update your old iOS device apple says if you have an iPhone four or five you still rely on or have cell signal on an iPad mini iPad two or third generation iPad you will need to do an update they say without that the older devices will not be able to keep proper GPS location and that's needed to set the correct time and date which is needed for internet access the GPS system basically can only count to a certain number of weeks and then needs to roll over and that rolled over happens tonight fox's Jessica Rosenthal and old court house used as a setting in a classic book can continue telling its own story the one hundred fifteen year old courthouse depicted in Harper Lee's classic novel to kill a mockingbird is receiving one hundred twenty five thousand dollars to fix a damaged wall the program partners in preservation says the Monroe County courthouse in Monroeville Alabama will use the grant money for the structural repairs the red brick courthouse was the model for a pivotal trial scene in Lee's Pulitzer Prize winning story of racial injustice it's now a museum dedicated to the works of two writers lead and Truman Capote who were both from Monroeville the grant was awarded to the courthouse following an online vote Richard.

"reagan library" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

08:12 min | 3 years ago

"reagan library" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"And state authorities for alerts and warnings and if told to evacuate don't wait do it it's a nightmare in California that was the voice of mark dealer dude she he's the director of the California governor's office of emergency services and they know what can happen as eighty plus people died just almost a year ago thanks to the paradise fire in northern California is on fire in southern California is on fire and that's where we begin hi everybody Kate Delaney but I do have eight exciting breaking store the World Series champs are the Washington nationals they came back and they put up a fight they ended up beating the Astros in Houston six to a game seven is really tough and this is a franchise that never ever ever had won a World Series championship so you know how I love my history that's their first one since nineteen twenty four think of what the world was like in nineteen twenty four so the underdogs the thrilling the improbable and the oldest baseball team in the country with the so so bullpen got it done here here for the under dogs and for the Washington nationals and what I I hope that people in these California fires do evacuate specially when they're asked to evacuate when they see smoke coming like toward the Reagan library I have so many friends that immediately were on high alert I know there's people listening to us in that area we have a great affiliate there Casey a a thank you for all your emails updating me on this hurricane like gusts of wind the humidity which was outrageous and of course was kicking things up and you could see it surrounding all around the presidential library so you had a lot of people they were out there trying to fight it and what they're calling that is the easy fire you know have they all these names for these fires that crop up as already burned more than six teen hundred acres sixteen hundred acres wow so Ventura county firefighters what they did is they put strike teams in place at a Reagan library and they had a lot of aerial attacks from helicopters and a DC ten tanker kept the flames off the hilltop exactly where the building since I've been to this but it's been a it's been a while going to the library for the fact when I lived in California and so far so good but not good what's happening with the fire because this easy fire was one of the largest ones that broke out on Wednesday and then throughout the day your brush fires that popped up along some of the busiest highways on the outskirts of LA so riverside county which is where you can hear us many of you and in that area is where so many people in senior care hospitals mobile home parks except for had to get out and it's the incredibly sad to watch this happen where you've got about twenty million people this is the number I was told today by somebody I talked to in California in fact in the governor's office twenty million state residents live in these high risk fire areas and they just keep growing and growing and growing another big fire in this is again in southern California that's being talked about is the Getty fire which is on the western edge of LA so think about it all of you listening to us in other places in the country in Connecticut in Tampa in New Orleans in of Portland in Chicago in the New York area in New England and with all the weather that we deal with and mother nature's wicked curve balls outside the Santa Ana winds are the worst especially when they say hurricane like wins now we go to the wine country we can Cade fire is up to seventy six thousand acres in so no my county if you think about that and so far it is becoming the largest this year they're saying it's about forty five percent contained so that is kind of good news compared to what we had talked about previously but of course the concern is what happens in the next couple of days it in California especially in southern California but also a little bit in northern California too so the helicopters can only do so much the firefighters can only do so much the tankers can only dumb so much flame retardant because it takes an easy spark where it jumps from place to place and just like that it changes in an instant were you think everything's okay and you turn your back and all of a sudden it's jumped its jump the highway is jump to another area I understand this it's been a while but I lived in California lived a little bit through this in the Santa Barbara area where the hillside would catch on fire and people would be putting coats in their cars and whatever they could fit and just heading out of the area heading toward the water and I learned quickly when I lived there to be prepared for that and to be prepared as much as you can be for earthquakes Hey coming up on the show we got a couple of really as always great things in store for you I'm just saying what aid what we have in store for you nail the score so nail the score is where we have the game of the week in the NFL and you don't have even like football the key thing here you get bragging rights like playing bingo right at the except we don't we have virtual refreshments you pick what team things going to win with a final score is going to be and if you win you win fabulous prizes just ask our pals Sharon who listens to us in New England I guarantee that she'll call sometimes he comes out of the bunker in Texas and a ton of you email show the key is you have to get it in before the end of the hour because it wouldn't be fair if you hear this later in the evening or morning discourse we error at different times it wouldn't be fair to the people who waited in line so to speak because there's no fast pass here where you can cut it in in line and plus Mr Kate Laney's can it join us on the show to talk about a couple of things that we think are interesting that are happening in the world and in our lives you know except for and a lot of what we're talking about because we both different times lived in California and have I love for people in that area are always concerned me see the fires because we know exactly what it means and we both lived in southern California but also spent some time in a northern California Hey there's tons of conversation about how these public hearings are going to work in this trump impeachment inquiry so the house rules committee approved a resolution for a floor vote on Thursday that's huge to set the rules for the public impeachment hearings you can bet that so many people will be watching that even if it's like watching glue drive for the first couple of hours of it but I want to hear what people have to say I I did an op ed piece where I talked about on the air just let it let us see it let's be transparent and make up our own mind we know their sources we can go to that go right when other sources that we can go to that go left and then we know there's supposedly the neutral sounds but they're very very hard to find here you watch it and you can decide for yourself what you think is really really happening so the next.

"reagan library" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"reagan library" Discussed on KGO 810

"To protect the Reagan library that doesn't mean however the library is out of danger the entire footprint of the fire is still under threat the area around there is burning through there so they're still residual he that is in the area and we are calling the entire foot print the fire still a threat to anything and escape right now especially with the winds that we have several other fires broke out Wednesday in riverside county the so called hill fire a fire not too far from the easy fire in Calabasas several small spot fires from the easy fire as well as the continued fight against the Getae fire in LA and the king K. fire in northern California as governor Gavin Newsom says this is a challenging time a challenge that is expected to last through today general plus Angelus the house plans to vote today on an impeachment resolution that will lay out the next steps in the impeachment process correspondent Linda canyon has the story as the house prepares to open up the impeachment process for all to see Tom Cole the ranking Republican on the house rules committee complaints the process is Richt today's resolution fails to give the president the right to due process that presidents Nixon and Clinton enjoyed Democrat Jim McGovern the chairman of the house rules committee says officials will be holding the president of the United States accountable for his actions and let there be no doubt that as much as this president wants the constitution we are going to protect it we will stand up for the constitution and defend the rule of law Linda Kenyan Washington Washington nationals of the World Series champions after beating the Houston Astros in game seven correspondent played novel said it's been a historic here for the nats a team that got off to a slow start but kept fighting nearly into November taking game seven of the World Series foxsports shows Joe Buck had the car nationals fans.

Easy Fire: Firefighters Successfully Protect Ronald Reagan Library

AP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 3 years ago

Easy Fire: Firefighters Successfully Protect Ronald Reagan Library

"Wind driven wildfires outside Los Angeles are threatening thousands of homes and horse ranches elderly patients evacuated from a healthcare facility fire crews were able to divert the flames from the Ronald Reagan presidential library and sure fire deputy chief Chad cook we were able to protect the Reagan library currently fire moved around the perimeter of the Reagan library and we had successful stands up there on on protecting the library in the infrastructure around the facility officials say they have thirty percent containment on the largest fire in the state which is burned across one hundred twenty square miles a cinema county down and destroyed at least two hundred six buildings this is a P. news former

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Fast-moving wildfire north of L.A. forces evacuation of Reagan Library, thousands of homes

The Conservative Circus

00:19 sec | 3 years ago

Fast-moving wildfire north of L.A. forces evacuation of Reagan Library, thousands of homes

"There are five new wildfires in southern California the newest one just parked in riverside from blowing embers it's causing evacuations along with four other new fires biggest of those see easy fire inventor a county which started this morning it has been burning near the Ronald Reagan presidential

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"reagan library" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"reagan library" Discussed on 790 KABC

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"reagan library" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

13:27 min | 3 years ago

"reagan library" Discussed on WTVN

"The Reagan library on Saturday. First of all, they are magnificent there. John highbush, Melissa Giller, and all the other folks, here, we had thousands of people there. Thousands. I sat there and signed every single book that they had. And it was so nice to me. I just went through all know out in the country of done for book signings. I will do no more. And I just want you to know. There are patriots everywhere, and there is something stirring up there. And the kindest, nicest people. Are among conservatives. The kindest, nicest people polite. Patriotic chest terrific. And we had a magnificent time magnificent, and we got back at one AM this morning, and I want to thank everybody very very much. Now you can tell if you've been listening to other talk radio hosts been watching TV. Since we've been talking about on freedom of the press for the last three months, not exclusively, but it's relevant to current events, and so forth. That's been going on here free speech, freedom of the press the first amendment the constitution all these things relate, you can see that you and I are causing a debate in this country, not at a surface level anymore. This is a friend of mine front of mine. I was listening to want talk show host has always driving today, and the guy was cherry picking my book. That's okay. He doesn't wanna give it credit. I got it. I got it. They all want to pretend they thought this stuff. It's okay. The point is we're pushing it out there your pushing it out there. And the message is crucially important. Now I don't just get behind this microphone and talk, and I don't just write books. That's why we had four book signings. Can you think of any other major hosts at book signings? Not only that I've been spending more time the past twelve months, going to crucially important events, with various groups to meet as many of you as possible. Again, I'm out there as an activist, not just a talker. Not just a Wigner trying to do everything I can to pump up interest and activism in our cause, and you are responding most of you anyway are responding. On freedom of the press is what we're facing. And you see it all day long all weekend long like the lives that Donald Trump that absolutely nothing to cause the Mexican government to come to the table and say, you know what we're going to send six thousand more troops to the south. We're gonna have where we're going to have refugees process, their paperwork here just happen. Trump had nothing to do with it. Ladies and gentlemen, his tire threat had nothing to do with it. Nothing whatsoever. So we had to hear that crap all weekend long the weekend before, was the word nasty that crap all weekend long Russia collusion year after year as they continue to lie. As they continue to lie. And to attack this president. Now, Father's Day is coming up this weekend. I happen to know because I'm a father. And I hope you'll jump in and get a copy of unfreedom of the press, for your father, or your grandfather or your husband. And you need to get it quickly because nine only they, I'll tell you what we are in LAX flying back. There wasn't a single Hudson store at that airport that had a copy about one. My wife and mother-in-law were at a major. Retail outlet. Today. Major retail outlet. Not Barnes and noble, not Costco, but a major Rita in one book, so we'll beginning it in a week. This is utterly irresponsible. But this is why it's just like with the media, you don't have to wait for people to stock their shelves or even if they're going to keep boxes in the back. Just go get it on the internet, anywhere you want to. There's multiple sources for it. Multiple sources foot and tomorrow comes Jim Costa's book. And he's already pushed on CBS Sunday. Every competitor, I have Howard Stern this full. They give them the network coverage. It's unbelievable. It's okay. Live our own alternative media. Don't we? Our own alternative media. I want to get into a number of issues here. Oh, and by the way. Premier collectibles. I don't know their website and I really shouldn't give it out. Anyway. They only have three hundred signed copies left, I've kept this kind of hush hush because people from buying their anyway, only three hundred left. So they're gonna sell out now that I said it because you'll Google it, and you'll find it but the key isn't that I signed the book the key is that you read, but what's between the covers of the book? And if you read the comments on Amazon dot com. I keep pointing you in that direction. It is stunning that ninety eight percent of over one thousand reviews, give it five star. I've never had a book like that not even liberty and tyranny. Could you imagine a fall of talk radio? Got behind this book. Could you imagine if some of the bigger shows and FOX got behind this book, could you imagine if we had network coverage, and all the rest of the amazing, but we don't need it because you're the pamphlet tears your that Thomas paint? And I'm telling you that something is stirring out there. It's you. You're stirring out there. I've got a number of things I want to talk about John dean's. Testimony, we'll get to that. But I'll give you my angle on it. Not the usual superficial approach probably been hearing all day. And there's other things going on with immigration here that absolutely outrageous. How the fifth column within our own country really does want to destroy this society in this culture. It's really disgusting. Absolutely disgusting. What people are doing in our country in the media in government in politics. It's really, it's really grotesque. But before we do that. I wanna read you little piece at national review which, by the way, hasn't reviewed the book either. But that's all right. National review. Coke network willing to back democrat candidates in twenty twenty. Americans for prosperity AFP the political arm of the billionaire coke brother's sprawling influence network, which is traditionally, confined, it support to Republicans plans to pursue a quote, bipartisan approach, unquote when determining which candidates to back in the twenty twenty election cycle, and a memo distributed to employees, Thursday obtained by CNBC. AFP CEO, Emily Sidell announced that the group will evaluate candidates entirely based on their support for its preferred policies without respect to party affiliation and I happen to think that's very wise to look at candidates based on their positions. But that's not why I'm reading this to you. Af p p action, the group superpac will be ready to engage contested US Senate US house in state level, primary races, including Republican democrat, independent, or otherwise to support sitting legislators who lead by uniting with others to pass principle policy and get things done side. Dow's memo said the coke network collectively referred to a stand together has struggled to find a political home since President Trump took office, while the group did endorse the bipartisan criminal Justice reform package. Sign last year. It is staunchly opposed the administration's restrictions immigration preferences, especially its approach to the status of so-called dreamers as well as the protectionist trade policies have increasingly captivated the congressional Republicans. Let's just stop right there. So the embrace what is one of the more liberal policy objectives of this administration, which is the prison break reform? Okay. I got it understand moving on. But restrictions immigration preferences since when is supporting existing immigration law that has very liberal standards when people get in line legally to come into the United States a million a year. Since when is wanting to secure a nation's border to vet the people who come in here. To stop them from using our services. If they're not here legally. Since one is that a restriction, est immigration preference? Well, we're trying to uphold the rule of law. That's number one. Number two. When all of you folks supported AFP Americans for prosperity as did. I did you know, did you know that they believed in giving citizenship? To millions of people who are here illegally, including Dhaka. Did you know that I didn't know that? I didn't know that. This is crazy ass radical libertarian policy, which marries up a crazy ass left wing Bernie Sanders policy. And as for protectionist, trade policies, let me say this, I'm a free trader you all know that. I don't hide my views but it's different when you're dealing with China, and it's different when you're dealing with Mexico that will not help us secure our border. And now they will they say, not because it was happening for three or four months. But because this president put his foot down. If it is the position of the coke brothers and Americans for prosperity that we should have massive amnesty. If it is the position that coke brothers and Americans were prosperity that China's not an enemy that they can continue to steal our technology, and therefore, we should continue to trade with them, like they're Canada, then this is very, very important to know because I will never support them and neither shed anybody else. If this is their position, this is my position. And you can disagree with this president as I doing a number of issues. I don't favorite tariffs against our allies. As a matter of fact. President knows exactly what I think, but he's elected president. I'm not. But he's also being attacked by the radical, Marxist left, that does not believe in the electoral college, that does not believe in securing the border that is undermining our military that is undermining law enforcement that rejects capitalism, that says, all debt, pre college loans should be wiped away that all college should be free that there should be a wealth, tax a seventy to ninety percent marginal, right tax. If you can't get it between your ears what we're up against here. Then the hell with you. Bipartisanship? How do you have bipartisanship, but Chuck Schumer? How do you have bipartisanship, Nancy Pelosi? Thirty so-called'moderate Democrats were just elected this time around weren't they? And what happened they all voted for Nancy Pelosi to be the speaker down the line. They vote with Nancy Pelosi 'cause they're not moderates. They're liars. How do you expect to build a conservative move at up again? How do you expect to give core principles back to a week, Republican party led by Mitch McConnell, who, so busy handing out grants and Kentucky. He's not paying attention to the dead in this nation, but they like Mitch McConnell. They like Mitch McConnell. Since one today if B throw him with the US chamber of crony capitalism since when did they pay throw in with Bernie Sanders when it comes to securing the border since when do they throw Mitch McConnell when it comes to spending? The only thing that stands between the left and us right now is the president of the United States. Not the house, not the Senate Republicans..

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"reagan library" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

09:32 min | 3 years ago

"reagan library" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"The Reagan library on Saturday. First of all, they are magnificent there. John highbush, Melissa Giller, and all the other folks, here, we had thousands of people there. Thousands. I sat there and signed every single book that they had. And it was so nice to me. I just went you all know out in the country of done for book signings. I will do no more. And I just want you to know. They're patriots everywhere. And there is something stirring up there. And the kindest, nicest people. Are among conservatives. The kindest, nicest people polite. Patriotic just terrific. And we had a magnificent time magnificent, and we got back at one AM this morning, and I want to thank everybody very very much. Now you can tell if you've been listening to other talk radio hosts been watching TV. Since we've been talking about on freedom of the press for the last three months, not exclusively, but it's relevant to current events, and so forth. That's been going on here free speech, freedom of the press the first amendment the constitutional these things relate, you can see that you and I are causing a debate in this country, not any surface level anymore. This is a friend of mine front of mine. I was listening to one talk show host has always driving today. And the guy was cherry picking my book. That's okay. He doesn't want to give it credit. I got it. I got it. They all want to pretend they thought this stuff. It's okay. The point is we're pushing it out there your pushing it out there. And the message is crucially important. Now I don't just get behind this microphone and talk. And I don't just write books. That's why we had four book signings. Can you think of any other major hosts that have book signings? Not only that I've been spending more time the past twelve months, going to crucially important events, with various groups to meet as many of you as possible. Again, I'm out there as an activist, not just a talker. Not just a whiner, trying to do everything I can to pump up interest and activism in our cause, and you are responding most of you anyway are responding. Unfreedom of the press is what we're facing. And you see it all day long all weekend long like the lies that Donald Trump that absolutely nothing to cause the Mexican government to come to the table and say, you know what we're going to send six thousand more troops to the south. We're gonna have we're, we're going to have refugees process, their paperwork here. Don't you just happen? Trump had nothing to do with it. Ladies and gentlemen, his tire threat had nothing to do with nothing whatsoever. So we had to hear that crap all weekend long the weekend before, was the word nasty that crap all weekend long Russia collusion year after year as they continue to lot. As they continue to lie. And to attack this president. Now, Father's Day is coming up this weekend. I happen to know because I'm a father. And I hope you'll jump in and get a copy of unfreedom of the press, for your father, or your grandfather or your husband. And you need to get it quickly because nine only, I'll tell you what we were in LAX flying back, there wasn't a single Hudson store at that airport that had a copy, not one. My wife and mother-in-law were at a major. Retail outlet. Today. Major retail outlet. Not Barnes and noble, not Costco, but a major Rita in one book, so we'll beginning it in a week. This is utterly irresponsible. But this is why it's just like with the media, you don't have to wait for people to stock their shelves or even if they're going to keep boxes in the back. Just go get it on the internet, anywhere you want to. There's multiple sources for it. Multiple sources foot and tomorrow comes Jim Acosta's book. And he's already pushed on CBS Sunday. Every competitor, I have Howard Stern this full. They give them the network coverage. It's unbelievable. It's okay. Live our own alternative media. Don't we? Our own alternative media. I want to get into a number of issues here. Oh, and by the way. Premier collectibles. I don't know their website and I really shouldn't give it out. Anyway. They only have three hundred signed copies left, I've kept this kind of hush hush, because people been buying their anyway. Only three hundred left so they're going to sell out now that I said it because you Google it. You'll find it but the key isn't that I signed the book the key is that you read what's between the covers of the book? And if you read the comments on Amazon dot com. I keep pointing you in that direction. It is stunning that ninety eight percent of over one thousand reviews, give it five star. I've never had a book like that not even liberty and tyranny. Could you imagine a fall talk radio? Got behind this book. Could you imagine if some of the bigger shows and FOX got behind this book, could you imagine if we had network coverage, and all the rest of the amazing, but we don't need it because you're the pamphlet tears year that Thomas paint? And I'm telling you that something is stirring out there. It's you. You're stirring out there. I've got a number of things I want to talk about John dean's. Testimony, we'll get to that. But I'll give you my angle on it. Not the usual superficial approach probably been hearing all day. And there's other things going on with immigration here that absolutely outrageous. How the fifth column within our own country really does want to destroy this society in this culture. It's really disgusting. Absolutely this disgusting. What people are doing in our country in the media in government in politics. It's really, it's really grotesque. Before we do that. And when read you little piece at national review which, by the way, hasn't reviewed the book either. But that's all right. National review. Coke network willing to back democrat candidates in twenty twenty. Americans for prosperity AFP the political arm of the billionaire coke brother's sprawling influence network, which is traditionally, confined, it support to Republicans plans to pursue a quote by partisan approach unquote when determining which candidates to back in the twenty twenty election cycle and memo distributed to employees, Thursday obtained by CNBC AFDC, Emily Sidell announced that the group will evaluate candidates entirely based on their support for its preferred policies without respect to party affiliation and I happen to think that's very wise to look at candidates based on their positions. But that's not why I'm reading this to you. Af p action. The group super Pac, we'll be ready to engage contested US Senate US house in state level, primary races, including Republican democrat, independent, or otherwise to support sitting legislators who lead by uniting with others to pass principle policy and get things done side. Dow's memo said that coke network. Collectively referred to a stand together has struggled to find a political home since President Trump took office, while the group did endorse the bipartisan criminal Justice reform package signed last year and has staunchly opposed the administration's restrictions immigration preferences, especially its approach to the status of so-called dreamers as well as the protectionist trade policies have increasingly captivated the congressional Republicans. Let's just stop right there. So they embrace what is one of the more liberal policy, objectives of this administration, which is the prison break reform. Okay. I got it understand moving on. But restriction restrictions immigration preferences since when is supporting existing immigration law that has very liberal standards when people get in line legally to come into the United States a million a year. Since when is wanting to secure a nation's border to vet the people who come in here. To stop them from using our services. If they're not here legally. Since when, is that a restriction, est immigration preference?.

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"reagan library" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"reagan library" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Crazy with a dose of common sense. This. Joe? By the way, folks. You know, be at the Reagan library said, we're gonna live stream. The presentation the interview with John hype Bush, the big mucketty mucks there at the Reagan library foundation in me. So many of you who couldn't be there. We're going to livestream that. We've linked to that, Mr. producer. If you heard about this. And what's the link? Blaze TV slash Levin. Right. That them blaze TV slash L. E V, I N Saturday afternoon. You can join us, and we're gonna have a blast. I mean, there's going to be fifteen hundred people in the seats including the overcrowded rooms. I'm going to be there all day and into the night, signing book, so you can participate in this can be a hell of a lot of fun. It's one of the things we try to do here, we try to make available to you, these different platforms. These different sites books, all the kinds of things that I think are important to this society. Twenty twenty will be the most important election. Our lifetime you better bet on it. Big issues are on the ballot first of all the presidency. And in that the border, the second amendment freedom of speech, freedom of the press, infanticide, the most expensive all, of course, be healthcare. And you know what the Democrats want to do? They want to destroy all private health care and Medicare. They're going to be running. Where are the Republicans anybody here from the Republicans? The liberals are pushing a plan called Medicare for all. They want to take a program seniors paid into all their lives and open it up to all comers. Even the children of legal aliens should be called Medicare for none because seniors will be forced to get in line with people who've paid nothing into the program..

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"reagan library" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"reagan library" Discussed on KTOK

"Be flying off to California, the Reagan library. And on the way to the Reagan library from LAX be doing a interview of my buddy, Ben Shapiro. I believe it's for his Sunday podcast show. And we will be at the Reagan library on Saturday. It's always an honor for me to be there years. My family to me wonderful patriots and really for me. They're very few places that I'd rather be it's almost like a second home to me. My experiences, my history with President Reagan, seventy six campaign, eighty campaign and the. And the way those folks run that library and the, the. Way that they, they have an event, it's, it's just second to none. So we're all very excited about that. D day. Well, I spent a lot of time thinking about this had approached this today. How to reach out to particularly young people that may not be familiar with this. There were tremendous battles during World War, Two has during most wars. But if we had lost on the day. We would have lost the war you can say that about a number of battles. But this one in particular. And the casualties were enormous enormous. And yet these brave young men. Young men. Put their lives on the line made them knowing they wouldn't survive. Particularly the first three or four waves. What are the beaches enormity? I'm gonna play clip from you. It's a clip from the time. They CBS news clip. Other things what they do say, in the clip is the casualties were less than anticipated. Well, even though that's true. They weren't much less than an -ticipant. They were massive massive. She the goal is to try and reach a point where we don't have to fight these kinds of wars by other efforts in advance of these wars to recognize growing powers growing tyrannies genocidal movements and try and deal with them before they get too big. Because if they get too big. The casualties to. To the world. But in, particularly this country are significant. Tom and people say, well, why do we have a, you know, my Ford over here in a base over here? Now this over there, they're seven thousand miles away. Well, why don't you think? To prevent. Now the Third Reich. To prevent a new Soviet Union. To protect us before it gets out of hand. So I want you to listen, if you would to this footage, they used to call these, the newsreels. People could go to the movies to see them as well as other places. As as it was played. It's, it's really quite compelling. Cut one go. Invasion,.

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"reagan library" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"reagan library" Discussed on KTRH

"Hello, everybody. Mark Levin here. Our number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one, we're going to spend the first hour at least most of it. On d day. And then we'll get into the rest of it our two and three I will not be here tomorrow. I'll be flying off to California, the Reagan library. And on the way to the Reagan library from LAX, I'll be doing a interview of my buddy, Ben Shapiro. I believe it's for his Sunday podcast show. And we will be at the Reagan library on Saturday. It's always an honor for me to be their re couple years in my family to me wonderful patriots and really for me. They're very few places that I'd rather be it's almost like a second home to me. My experiences, my history with President Reagan, seventy six campaign, eighty campaign and the. In the way, those folks run that library and the. Way that they they have an event. It's, it's just second. So we're all very excited about that. D day well, spent a lot of time thinking about this had to approach this today. To reach out to particularly young people that may not be familiar with this. There were tremendous battles during World War Two as during most wars. But if we had lost on d day. We would have lost the war. He can say that number of battles. But this one in particular. And the casualties were enormous enormous. And yet these brave young men. Young men. But their lives on the line made them knowing they wouldn't survive. Particularly the first three or four waves. What are the beaches enormity? I'm gonna play clip from you. It's a clip from the time he CBS news clip. Other things what they do saying. The clip is the casualties were less than anticipated. Well, even though that's true. They weren't much less than an -ticipant it. They were massive massive. She the goal is to try and reach a point where we don't have to fight these kinds of wars by other efforts in advance of these wars to recognize growing powers growing tyrannies genocidal movements and try and deal with them before they get too big. Because if they get too big. The casualties to. To the world. But in, particularly this country are significant. And people say, well, why do we have a, you know, my Ford over here in a base over here? Now this over there, there's seven thousand miles away. Well, why don't you think? To prevent. Another Third Reich. To prevent new Soviet Union. To protect us before it gets out of hand. So I want you to listen, if you would to this footage, they used to call these, the newsreels. People could go to the movies to see them as well as other places. As as it was played. It's, it's really quite compelling. Cut one go. Invasion,.

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"reagan library" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"reagan library" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Be flying off to California, the Reagan library. And on the way to the Reagan library from LAX be doing a interview of my buddy, Ben Shapiro. I believe it's for his Sunday podcast show. And we will be at the Reagan library on Saturday. It's always an honor for me to be their recovery years. My family to me wonderful patriots and really for me. There are very few places that I'd rather be it's almost like a second home to me. My experiences, my history with President Reagan Seventy-six, campaign, eighty campaign and the. In the way, those folks run that library and the, the. Way that they they have an event. It's, it's just second. So we're all very excited about that. D day. Well, I spent a lot of time thinking about this had to approach this today. At our reach out to particularly young people that may not be familiar with this. There were tremendous battles during World War, Two as are doing most wars. But if we had lost on d day. We would have lost the war. He can say that about a number of battles. But this one in particular. And the casualties were enormous enormous. And yet these brave young men. Young men. But their lives on the line made them knowing they wouldn't survive. Particularly the first three or four waves. What are the beaches enormity? I'm going to play clip from you. It's a clip from the time he CBS news clip. Other things what they do saying. The clip is the casualties were less than anticipated. Well, even though that's true. They weren't much less than an -ticipant. They were massive massive. She the goal is to try and reach a point where we don't have to fight these kinds of wars by other efforts in advance of these wars to recognize growing powers growing tyrannies genocidal movements and try and deal with them before they get too big. Because if they get too big. And a casualties to. To the world. But in, particularly this country are significant. When people say, well, why do we have a, you know, my Ford over here and a base over here? Now this over there, they're seven thousand miles away. But why do you think? To prevent. Now the Third Reich. To prevent new Soviet Union. To protect us.

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"reagan library" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:59 min | 3 years ago

"reagan library" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Leader. Hello, everybody. Mark Levin here. Our number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one, we're going to spend the first hour at least most of it. On d day. And then we'll get into the rest of it now are two and three I will not be here tomorrow. I'll be flying off to California, the Reagan library. And on the way to the Reagan library from LAX be doing a interview of my buddy, Ben Shapiro. I believe it's for his Sunday podcast show. And we will be at the Reagan library on Saturday. It's always an honor for me to be their years. My family to me wonderful patriots and really for me. They're very few places that I'd rather be. It's almost like a second home to me. Experiences my history with President Reagan Seventy-six, campaign, eighty campaign and the. And the way those folks run that library and the, the. Way that they the have an event, it's just second. So we're all very excited about that. D day. Well, I spent a lot of time thinking about this had approach this today. How to reach out to particularly young people that may not be familiar with this. Were tremendous battles during World War. Two has during most wars. But if we had lost on the day. We would have lost the war. He can say that number of battles. But this one in particular. And the casualties were enormous enormous. And yet these brave young men. Young men. But their lives on the line made them knowing they wouldn't survive. Particularly the first three or four waves. What are the beaches enormity? I'm gonna play clip from you. It's a clip from the time. They CBS news clip. Among other things what they do say, the clip is the casualties were less than anticipated. Well, even though that's true. They weren't much less than an -ticipant it. They were massive massive. They call us to try and reach a point where we don't have to fight these kinds of wars pie. Other efforts in advance of these wars to recognize growing powers growing tyrannies genocidal movements and try and deal with them before they get too big. Because if they get too big. Than a casualties to. To the world in, particularly this country are significant. Thailand. And people say, well, why do we have a, you know, my Ford over here in a base over here? Now this over there, there's seven thousand miles away, but why do you think? To prevent. Now the Third Reich. To prevent new Soviet Union. To protect us before it gets out of hand. So I want you to listen, if you would to this footage, they used to call these, the newsreels. People could go to the movies to see them as well as other places. As as it was played. It's, it's really quite compelling. Cut one go. Invasion ever launched. Some of the eleven thousand planes that open the path through, they so-called impregnable at long. Between Ben Chevrolet and nominated the I had like things. Backing up the mightiest invasion by air thousand ships combat and lending crafts carry the war to the enemy by see the coast guard the navy. They hear horses land hundreds of thousands of British Canadians, and Yanks on Hitler's doorstep within a few days, isolating. Traveler with strategic holler is the immediate objective lendings on eight under a naval. Resin most out said, let our hearts. Later Germany, his the first on the list. What is these troops bucking the choppy seas in the channel heeded his way? Lendings were successful. We were not without losses. Eighty our enemies head on defense is ahead. Bentsen's the supreme moment of invasion. This is fun on men and enemy. Here, only medical remove.

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"reagan library" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"reagan library" Discussed on KTRH

"They did everything they could to make him with really stupid, like the, the Star Wars programme that he wanted to do. So I went back to our regular meetings. And I said, you know, why are we not taking care of making sure that the network puts out the real story? And I was told shutdown, actually, the news is sacred. We never touched the news division. So I saw it happening in the eighties. And that was pretty frightening. That's sacred. And it's not sacred. Why should it be sacred? There should be vigorous debate. There should be vigorous discussion about about what should be provided to the American people. There's no diversity in these newsrooms. I like my paycheck. So I understand I didn't get to say much more than that. But I will be buying your book at the Reagan library. Can't wait to see their LB. I'm buying them for some of my recovered liberal friends. Well, I'll tell you what. Here's how I look at this. This is a rallying cry to protect freedom of speech. That's what the book is a rallying cry to my fellow citizens, a substantive rallying cry. He knew pamphlet for the pamphlet tears out there to protect the first amendment and freedom of the press. This book is not just for conservatives. This book, transcends politics. This book is about liberty. This book is about the constitution. This book is about who we are. Because that's what the first amendment is all about. I'm trying to yank back the narrative from the left who wraps themselves in the first in freedom of the press, we're the ones who defend freedom of the press. We're the ones who defend the first amendment and all the amendments to the constitution and the entire constitution. They must not be allowed to advance their destructive agenda, their fundamental transformation of the civil society in our constitutional Republic in the name of freedom of the press. That's the purpose of the book. Take our country back take our language back, take our speech back, take our press back..

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"reagan library" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

11:04 min | 3 years ago

"reagan library" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"See the difference. A new wonder drug forget, it the socialist may not let you have access to it for years if ever but don't worry. Everybody's equal. Nobody gets anything, and because of socialism European investment and bio research has all but dried up socialism doesn't bring new medical discoveries. It kills them. That's the problem. The Democrats for socialized medicine or not telling you the whole story. Get all the facts. True healthcare, facts dot com. True healthcare, facts dot com. That's true healthcare, facts dot com. Now soon I will be telling you about various book signings. We will be doing. I can tell you. We will be doing one at the Reagan library. Don't please don't call me. We're working on a date. We will be doing one at book ends a New Jersey. Please don't call them yet. In Ridgewood, New Jersey. We haven't set that up yet. Likely to be doing one at Barnes and noble. Maybe in our old hang out Tyson's corner. Maybe not we'll see and I'm going to add a couple more. A couple more around the country. And I hope the seize many of you as possible. I just think this issue is so important the press. That we really need to discuss it. And I don't mean just railing against the press, we really need to discuss I'll give you some examples. What standards are necessary to be a news person? What standards are necessary to be a news editor a news producer? What are the standards? What does news mean? What is news? What is journalism? These are important questions. What are these people come from? How do they get these jobs? Why are they there? How come there's no accountability whatsoever. Is it because you can't sue them predestination in many cases, which just too expensive to do it. What's the press? Always this way. Last hundred years two hundred years. What was meant by freedom of the press? What was it that motivated? Congress and then the states to pass and adopt the first amendment freedom of the press. What's the role of the press? What's this? What's the role supposed to be? Why are they so committed to this? And what would they think of the press today? And what is it about today's press or they following talking points? Are they devour by an ideology? Is it their corporate ownership? What is it? We look at all of that. This will be the greatest. Examination. Of the press. In this country. Ever. You to be part of this. Because as far as I'm concerned like liberty and tyranny. Where we in the tea party together. Launched a Reagan type revolution. We need to launch a constitutional type revolution. We shouldn't be afraid to talk about freedom of the press. We're not against it. They are. We shouldn't be afraid. The colonials think colonists a freedom of the press. What do they mean? With those early pamphleteer a newspaper men and printers, even before them. Why did they put their lives on the line? What was it that they were trying to do? The New York Times what is the heritage of the deer times. Why is it such a powerful news outlet? Why? How do these media organizations get things so wrong and yet continue to defend those who do? Is the direction coming from the top of the ideology at the reporters at the bottom. What is it? Why did they reject our founding principles? So thoroughly. And what do we do about that? Did these questions interest? You. Come on this program. I have for years. Mr. call screener will tell you people wanna talk about this. I got people just want to rail against it talk show host TV host. That's good. We oughta rail against freedom of the press, but what's being done to freedom of the press. But we need to do more. And so when you read unfreedom of the press. Unfreedom of the press, you will know more. But the history of the press, you'll know more about what's going on today. You'll know more about why? The people behind it not conspiracy stuff. Do people pushing this agenda than anybody else in the country? And is very very important that we not waste any time. I am very very concerned about the future of this nation. Very very concerned about the president's reelection. And so to me. We're fighting not just the Democrats. Not just academe. Yeah. Not just Hollywood and others in the culture were fighting the media when the president says. Points out certain news organization some days, he doesn't he just says the enemy of the people. Are there days when the media or the enemy of the people? Have a chapter in this book. I told you. The title is the New York Times betrays millions the New York Times betrays millions. You're now going to learn more about the New York Times and even the reporters at the New York Times about the New York Times. In horrific examples that we touched on the other day just touched on a barely. And this is why I tell you. I've written seven books. This is book number eight. I write them because I want to I write them because I try to make them topical. I write them because I use any form I can any gift that God has given me to advance the cause of liberty. The dance the calls of unalienable rights. And I don't want to waste time. I do radio. I do digital TV Levin. Tv I do FOX. And I write the books I'm exhausted. But rest will come be a time for that. It's not now. Wet the precipice. We're at the precipice of care about your family. You care about the future. I don't know what this country is gonna look like in thirty forty fifty years if we don't overcome. If we don't push back. You very diabolical forces. And the press is their mouthpiece. And we need to get our country back. And I feel one of the best ways to get our country back is to at least inform ourselves. One of the reasons we have a free press is so we can talk to each other. We can inform ourselves. And then decide how to run our lives how to make decisions and how to run our government. That's the purpose of this book. And it's written in a way that it is easily digestible it's very very important. Whether you have ten PHD's. Whether you didn't finish middle school. You can read this book and comprehended. Because this is not only a citizens guide to the media. It's a wake-up call. Journey. It starts a discussion. Very very important discussion. I understand if I wrote a book and slap Michelle Obama's face on it. I understand it. What sells millions of copies. I understand if you're going to look at the Amazon lists now encourage you to do it and put the effort in a title. I understand that will sells millions of copies I understand if I write a book about lesbians, and so forth that exactly my area of expertise, it'll sell zillion copies and so forth. I don't write stuff like that. I don't know how to write stuff like that. I don't wanna write stuff like that. This books. Time has come. This books. Time has come in the title tells you really everything you need to know to preorder. Freedom. Of the press. It is a direct challenge to Jim Acosta. It is a direct challenge to Joe Scarborough. Visit direct challenge to Rachel Maddow. It is a direct challenge. To mothers. It is a direct challenge to CBS ABC and NBC the New York Times, the Washington Post CNN and MSNBC and all the rest. It is a direct challenge to them. How much coverage? Do you think it'll get on any of those platforms? None. Because I have a chapter not just a book generally on on freedom of the press, but a chapter titled the New York Times betrays millions it is going to be very very difficult to get the top spot on the New York Times, unless we are way ahead of all the rest. It is very important to me that I can come to you behind this microphone, and thank you you live in I'ts out there who responsible for everything I've accomplished. And tell you with a big grin on my face that you did it. You did it. That they had no choice, but to put us at the top of their list. Can you imagine them? We change the title. Unfreedom of the press. Number one New York Times bestseller with a chapter that says New York Times betrays millions. I mean that would be incredible..

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"reagan library" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"reagan library" Discussed on KFI AM 640

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"reagan library" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"reagan library" Discussed on KFI AM 640

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