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"sean illing" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

04:15 min | 3 d ago

"sean illing" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"They're passing or not as completely crazy as you can't register to vote unless you tell me how many jelly beans or in this jar with thousands of jelly beans those kinds of crazy Ways that the southern states used to bar black americans from registering but these That are being passed for quite targeted in particular measures giving state legislatures and political bodies. Away of just overturning election results. This is an attack on democracy itself. And so i do think we need a real sense of urgency Say that wanna call out. Republicans are doing that and to look at our republican friends whom we know or at least one in our small democrats and say guys. You can't possibly go along with this can you. We need attached and see what happens. Ej thanks a lot for beings by the way. I think it was fair fair in that column for somebody to call you a milk. Toasts centrist each. Don't think milquetoasty at all. That was terrible. Who millstone centrist. I miss that. Oh my gosh it was. It was in the congress. You were talking about the interview. Where the interviewer they want. You talked about right on kneeboard. Who was the guy is sean illing remember. Remember it's outrageous the Well thank you But you know what. I am very very lucky that i have the privilege of being able to express my views and people can hear them and so anybody can call me pretty much anything. They want and they have free speech rights to do that. I don't want to encourage it. The worst is an. I shouldn't say this on the air. But i mentioned my kids that somebody online used to refer to me as the comb over midget i could. I hear that for my kids. I my reply was. I think my hair is okay. Well my producer just reminded me each it was shown in in a vox interview and he was calling some other people who might have thought about you but we don't that very gracious interview. Actually sean was fantastic. I think both of us were saying that If you sort of tried to take anything a fairly extreme view you ran the risk of xactly. Sanford risk So that was. I really enjoyed. I'm glad you mentioned that. Because i i really enjoyed that. He's extremely volatile guy. Well it was a very good into. You obviously didn't bother. You couldn't even remember it so they go either. Thanks.

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"sean illing" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:45 min | 4 months ago

"sean illing" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Those rooms and get the instructions on how to join that service. So dr carl hart. He's a neuroscientist professor at columbia university and he wrote a book drug use for grown ups and it sounds like it's a really interesting book. He talks a lot about people. You know being able to make choices for themselves as long as they don't harm others and he's really doing an interesting job of kind of taking down some of the mythology surrounding a lot of these drugs and drug overdoses. He specifically addresses opium overdoses and says that a lot of the people who are being reported as opiate overdose. lot of drug deaths That are reported as opium. Overdoses may have involved. Opiates but they also involved a lot of other drugs. There were other drugs that were found in the systems of the people who died from so-called hits and then they just chuck them up either in the media or the government for whatever propaganda purposes and called it an opiate death so Certainly what we've seen during covid indicates that they have no problems lying falsifying that kind of data for political advantage so absolutely. So he's being interviewed by. Sean illing from vox dot com. Illing says you mentioned spain austria and a couple of other countries that have any of these places emulated the fully the drug model. You'd like to see in the us and if so. What were the results. Carl hart responds by saying at the moment. No country has legally regulated. All the drugs discussed in my book. I think several countries are on the right track including portugal and switzerland ultimately and by the way now oregon with decriminalization of all personal amounts of all drugs in oregon Which happened starting in february. So it's now been like weeks That's.

"sean illing" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"sean illing" Discussed on WTOP

"Wet snowflakes along the belt white right now from Silver Spring to I. ninety five and southward to around the city intersection then this activity such as up north eastward along I ninety five in eastward along fifty from the way all the way up to the Annapolis area and we got a couple showers to listen to prince George's county and northern Calvert county sings of like showers right now too so you can see a little bit light shower activity over the next several hours if you wet snow flakes mixed in but as I've said all after were well above freezing so no travel issues later tonight behind a front partly cloudy blustery and cold I was lower twenties to around thirty partly sunny skies blustery and chilly on Saturday I was only the low to mid forties a Winchell's being the twenties and thirties throughout the day much better for the first day of ideological spring on Sunday sunshine warmer and lighter winds highs being the low fifties could be a late day shower on Monday but still warmer as we go to a high near sixty it is forty five in front of Dulles airport forty three B. W. Marshall forty four Sean Illing he's got forty five Reagan national thank you Mike it's emotionally satisfying to hear first day of meteorological spring I've got to say forty one degrees outside here in Washington brought to you by Len the plumber trusted same day service seven days a week five twenty one repeating one of our top stories a person being tested for coronavirus in northern Virginia does not have the disease three Mereb people in Maryland that is are still waiting for their test results from the CDC to learn whether they have the virus meantime corona virus may soon have an impact on what you see on store shelves we've experienced a blockage that blockages in the global supply chains says Barbara hoops a professor of business information technology at Virginia Tech what we'll see is an impact probably in consumer goods within two or three months she says you may start seeing higher prices are longer waiting periods for certain electronics like smart watches phones and computers you would see those inventories depleted more quickly than you might see some of the other.

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"sean illing" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

12:39 min | 2 years ago

"sean illing" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"All right. So DMP which you mentioned at the onset, the, the, the one part of this, concoction, the P Veritas contains DM t to pronounce that. Oh, yes, it's Di methyl trip to me. Oh, could you just rolls off the tongue? Now. Doesn't it? So this is something not exclusive to P Veritas. It's found in a bunch of psychedelic substances in this is something that can cause loosens perhaps changes in your perception, your state of consciousness, your sense of self which will really get into it has a lot to do with the Oscar journey. However, if you just eat the DM t-, it's not going to have this kind of affect on you because there's an enzyme called mono Amine oxidise, and that's going to break down in your digestive system before it gets absorbed. See have to combine it with this copy vine, which prevents the uptake of it. Yeah, the copy vine has an alkaloid call. The harm all alkaloid and harm lanes are Saipa psychotropic in and of themselves, which is why the, the copy vine alone used to just be Iowa ska. But the fact that it prevents you're, you're the mono Amine Ossetia's to break down the DM, t it allows your body to absorb it and all of a sudden your trip in balls. Although I hear it's not all of a sudden, I think it's it takes a good thirty minutes to come on. And then it takes a supplementary boost an hour. So. So later to, to really bring on, like, the, the kind of transcendent experience, that people are looking for when they take us go. Yeah. For sure. So you've got the you've got the DM t being absorbed. That's the one two punch. You've got the DM t- itself. And then you've got the plant that allows the DM t to be absorbed in when you put those two things together the P Varietes and the b- copy. That's what the that's the Iowa that you read about vice. That's what they're talking about. Yeah. In these, you know, this is administered by a shaman, someone who ideally, as shaman that knows what they're doing. And there's sometimes there are other plants that are brewed in there as well, but not always, and sometimes it's separately, and then combined later. Sometimes it all depends on, which shaman you go to what the ritual is, like, sometimes you're included as part of it, sometimes it's like a thick liquid t-. Sometimes it's a paste, it's been. Scribe no matter what it is. It seems like around the horn. Everybody says it it tastes awful so awful that, that you can very easily throw up, which is something that's pretty common with, with the Nyawosa experiences. I didn't get that from the from the taste though. That was like, once it's in your body. It makes you nauseous and you throw up. Right. But like, oh, this tastes bad. I'm gonna puke it up. No. Because then it wouldn't be in your body long enough to be absorbed. Right. Yeah. But I think the taste in the memory of the taste combined with the nausea is enough to throw up. But the whether whether you do throw it for not it's not necessarily like hundred percent you're going to throw up there. The point one of the points of an Iowa ceremony is to throw up your meant to throw up and you're, you will actually be forced into this either. If you don't do it from the Iowa, ska, you may also be given something like tobacco juice. Like a water with tobacco. That's soaked in it for a while. And you'll be told the drink that so that you will throw up because this idea of purging, whether it's throwing up or diarrheas, very frequent side, effective, Iowa, very frequent, you are, you are meant to be purging your body and it's meant to be this kind of symbolic spiritual purge of your ego of all the nastiness of all the, the horrible nece, that's part of you getting it out as part of the trip as trip sets in. Yeah. In the taste has been described the New York Times said it's like a muddy herbal taste someone from vox dot com took it a guy named Sean Illing. He described it as a Cup of motor oil diluted with a splash of water. Right. So I read, I read it's almost as gross as Nikko wafer. Nikko wafer. Good on you have, you know what am I crazy? What are they go away? For like old timey kind of like chalky candy comes in a role. You seen them probably you've seen them, and my old, timey candidateship, exactly. Sure. I did. So. All right. I guess we should talk a little bit about. Like you said, it's orange is origins in the Napa river basin by this Ruina tribe, like you said, and it's called the vine of death or the mother vine this copy. And they think that early on, they may have just taken this copy by itself. Right. Right. Because the brew it's got the hormones in it. That's not only an M A O, but also has its own kind of psychoactive stuff going on. So that was the original Wasco. Yeah. And we have written accounts from like the seventeen hundreds when Jesuits with go to the Amazon to try, you know, Christian is folks and trip balls, because I'm sure the entry was like, whoa. And that's it. Hear about the guy that was just killed the missionary. Yes. On senegalese. The sentinel island. Yeah. He. It's like something from a movie he went at first and a child shot an arrow through a bible that he was holding apparently. I hadn't heard about that because he had he went back a few times, and it was like journaling about it and said, he basically like held up his bibles like some movie and an era was shot through it. And like dude if that is not like if you believe in God, that's a sign from God. Well, you remember the turn around the man in the whole episode we talked about them. They were the ones that like you like everyone knew you just don't go anywhere near them. And some fishermen had been killed like years few years back, and this guy, I guess had tried he decided he was going to be the one. Yeah. I don't actually know enough about the story, but he clearly was trying to gain access to them. Yeah. Yeah. He was trying to spread the word of Jesus paid like you're not supposed. It's illegal to even trespass there, but he paid people sort of under the table to take him there, and they did. So in those people were arrested and his family saying you need to let these people go because he like, really? Wanted to do this. I see three interesting. Yeah, it is crazy. But I just like that sounds like something you would make up from a movie like shooting ERO through the bible. Sidetrack. But we were talking about the Jesuits like having this on record in the seventeen hundreds when they went in there, like, hey, there's something going on down here. That's very interesting. Yeah. In even William Burroughs wrote the letters in nineteen sixty three and it was about his experience with the Iowa divine in apparently the practitioners at the time, new well into the to the, the twentieth century that you could combine it with the p Varietes in have a completely different experience. But that wasn't necessarily the point that was like an optional ceremony. You could perform for the most the most widespread and traditional ceremony was just the vine of death right? Yeah. And then at some point, somebody started putting them together in word about this God out in the mid two thousand is when it just I- Awasa kind of hit the public, conscious. Business in the west. Yeah. I mean, in the sixties, of course, in, in certain, you know, subcultures in America, they knew about it because of Williams boroughs and people seeking out. You know, things like peyote in all kinds of psychedelic experiences. But it definitely was not sort of in the mainstream until you know, not not too long ago, and even still, I think even at the time it was strictly, the harm liens, and just, the, the vine that was being used the copy vine, it was it wasn't somebody started putting it together frequently with the, the Beretta's plant in, that's when it became hugely popular. Yes. So popular now that there is Iowa. Tourism, big time like going on in South America. In said, the central part is Peru's room Bomba valley. And if you I mean, if you're going down for an Iowa ska expr-. Like a spiritual quest is, is the reason you're going down there. I don't fault you for that at all. Sure. The you have to understand the you have to do your research can't to show up in South America and be like, all right. Give me some Iowa ska because there are a lot of insecurity Lous in nefarious outfits that have come up to take advantage explicitly of that kind of western tourists. The ill-informed, western tourists who is going to have a horrible, terrible trip and not going to get the spiritual experience. You're looking for so you have to do your research, because there are some legitimate, I scout fits in South America. But you they're, they're not going to take you just show up down there and you're going to end up in some, some in a bad situation. Yeah. For sure. So taking part in, in one of these ceremonies. Let's say you do find like a legit shaman, who's willing to take your American dollars or whatever. However, you're paying. Your gold ingots and trinkets. It's still, it's sort of funny. It all goes back to Burroughs with the set and setting thing, which is what he famously preached about any psychedelic experience is to really put a lot of thought into the set in the setting where you're going to do this as well for you. So as this concoction is being brewed, like I said before, sometimes you're taking part in this in helping to mash it up and brew t-, but what they're really trying to do is the whole ceremony isn't just like for show. It's, it's all part of the thing to get you settled in and focused on kind of the right things going in. Like what do you want to accomplish here? What you want to find out about yourself. What questions do you have about yourself and really get into that, that frame of mind as they hand, you your puke bucket, although I would recommend bringing your own. Oh, yeah. I hadn't thought about that. I wouldn't one reused puke. Bucket lord. I hadn't even considered that it'd be for me. So, yeah. I can just totally see how as a as a westerner, you would just be like, come on. We don't need the ceremony stuff. Give me the good stuff. Right. But like you said, that's the point is the ease you into it to get your mind and body prepared for this enormous trip. You're about to go on, because if you just get dropped right in the middle of it without any kind of preparation or with out any kind of assistance, you're going to lose your marbles pretty pretty well, yeah. So that is a big part of going on in Iowa journey is, is having somebody who's competent trained and empathetic in willing to stay there with you to prepare you to stay with you to keep an eye on you, you need to be monitored. You can't be up like just running off into the jungle by yourself because terrible things are going to happen to you in that situation and then to help you afterward, as well. And from from some of the preliminary research that starting to come in, if you undertake in Iowa ska journey, I guess it was the best word I can come up with under the right setting under the right guidance with the right support both pre during and after it can have profound effects on your spirituality, and your sense of connectedness to the universe..

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"sean illing" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

14:42 min | 2 years ago

"sean illing" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"All right. So DM t-, which you mentioned that the onset, the, the, the one part of this concoction, the P Veritas contains the Mt pronounce that. Oh, yes. It's dia method trip to me. Could you just rolls off the tongue? Now, doesn't it? So this is something not exclusive to p Veritas founded a bunch of psychedelic substances, and this is something that can cause listens. Perhaps changes in your perception. Your state of consciousness. Your sense of self which will really get into it has a lot to do with the Iowa journey. However, if you just eat the Mt, it's not going to have this kind of affect on you because there's an enzyme called mono Amine oxidise, and that's gonna break down in your digestive system before it gets absorbed. See have to combine it with this copy vine, which prevents the uptake of it. Yeah. The copy vine has an alkaloid called the harm Allah, alkaloid, and harm lanes are Sipe, psychotropic, and of themselves, which is why the, the copy vine alone used to just be Iowa ska. But the fact that it prevents your, the mono Amine oxidise to break down the DM, t it allows your body to absorb it and all of a sudden you're tripping balls. Although I hear it's not all of a sudden, I think it's it takes a good thirty minutes to come on, and then it takes like a supplementary boost. An hour. So later to, to really bring on like the kind of transcendent experience, that people are looking for when they take us. Yeah. For sure. So you've got the you've got the DM t being absorbed. That's the one two punch. Right. You've got the DM t- itself. And then you've got the plant that allows the DM t to be absorbed. And when you put those two things together the P Varietes and the b- copy. That's what that's the Iowa that you read about vice. That's what they're talking about. Yeah. In these, you know, this is administered by a shaman someone who ideally is a shaman that knows what they're doing. And there's sometimes there are other plants that are brewed in there as well, but not always, and sometimes it's separately, and then combined later. Sometimes it all depends on, which shaman you go to what the ritual is. Like, sometimes you're included as part of it, sometimes it's like a thick liquid t-. Sometimes it's a paste, it's been described, no matter what it is. It seems like around the, the horn everybody says it it tastes awful so awful that, that you can very easily through. Up, which is something that's pretty common with, with the Nyawosa experiences. I didn't get that from the from the taste though. That was like, once it's in your body. It makes you nauseous and you throw up. Right. But like, oh, this tastes bad. I'm gonna puke it up. No. Because then it wouldn't be in your body long enough to be absorbed. Right. Yeah. But I think the taste in the memory of the taste combined with the nausea is enough to throw up, but the whether whether you do throw up or not it's not necessarily like one hundred percent you're going to throw up there. The point one of the points of an Iowa ceremony is to throw up your meant to throw up and you're, you will actually be forced into this either. If you don't do it from the Iowa, ska, you may also be given something like tobacco juice, like a water with tobacco. That's soaked for a while. And you'll be told the drink that so that you will throw up because this idea of purging whether it's throwing up. Or diarrhea Zaveri, frequent side, effective, Iowa, very frequent, you are, you are meant to be purging your body and it's meant to be this kind of symbolic spiritual purge of your ego of all the nastiness of all the, the horrible nece. That's a part of you getting it out as part of the trip as trip sets in. Yeah. In the taste has been described the New York Times said it's like a muddy herbal taste someone from vox dot com to get a gun Sean Illing. He described it as a Cup of motor oil diluted with a splash of water. Right. So I read, I read it's almost as gross as Nikko wafer. Had a nickel waiver good on. You. Have you know what am I crazy? What are they go away? For like old timey kind of like chalky candy comes in a role. You seen them probably you've seen them in my old, timey candidates. Exactly. Sure. I did. Yeah. So. All right. I guess we should talk a little bit about. Like you said, it's orange origins. In the Napa river basin by this Ruina, tribe, like you said. And it's called the vine of death or the mother vine this copy. And they think that early on, they may have just taken this copy by itself. Right. Right. Because the brew it's got the harm lanes in it. That's not only an MA. Oh, but also has its own kind of psychoactive stuff going on. So that was the original Wasco. Yeah. And we have written accounts from like the seventeen hundreds when Jesuits would go to the Amazon to try, you know, Christian is folks and trip balls. Because I'm sure the entry was like, whoa. And that's it. Hear about the guy that was just killed the missionary. Yes. On senegalese. The sentinel island. Yeah. He. It's like something from a movie he went at first and a child shot an arrow through a bible that he was holding. Apparently I hadn't heard about that. Yeah, because he had he went back a few times and was like journaling about it. Instead. He basically like held up his bibles like some from a movie and an era was shot through it. And like dude if that is not like if you believe in God, that's a sign from God. Well, you remember the turn around the man in the whole episode we talked about them. Yeah. They were the ones that like you like everyone knew you just don't go anywhere near them. And some fishermen had been killed like years few years back, and this guy, I guess had tried he decided he was going to be the one. Yeah. I don't actually know enough about the story, but he clearly was trying to gain access to them. Yeah. Yeah. He was trying to spread the word of Jesus and paid like you're not supposed. It's illegal, I think even trespass there, but he paid. People sort of under the table to take him there, and they did. So in those people were arrested and his family saying you need to let these people go because he like, really wanted to do this. I see three interesting. Yeah, it is crazy. But I just like that sounds like something you would make up from a movie like shooting an aero through the bible holding up, right? So we got a little sidetracked, but we were talking about the Jesuits like having this on record in the seventeen hundreds, right? When they went in there, like, hey, there's something going on down here. That's very interesting. Yeah. And even Williams, Burroughs wrote the letters in nineteen sixty three and it was about his experience with the Iowa divine, and apparently they the practitioners at the time new well into the to the the twentieth century that you could combine it with the p. Artists and have a completely different experience. But that wasn't necessarily the point that was like an optional ceremony you could perform. But the most the most widespread traditional ceremony was just the vine of death, right? Yeah. And then at some point, somebody started putting them together in word about this out in the mid two thousand when it just I- Wasco kind of hit the public consciousness in the west. Yeah. I mean, in the sixties, of course, in, in certain, you know, subcultures in America, they knew about it because of Williams boroughs, and people seeking out things like peyote and all kinds of psychedelic experiences. But it definitely was not sort of in the mainstream until, you know, not too long ago, and even still, I think even at the time it was strictly, the harm liens, and, and just, the, the vine that was being used the copy, vine, it was it wasn't somebody started put. Tting it together. Frequently with the, the Beretta's plant in. That's when it became hugely popular. Yes. So popular now that there is I waspa- tourism, big time like going on in South America, in the central part is Peru's room valley. And if you I mean, if you you're going down for an Iowa ska experience like a spiritual quest is, is the reason you're going down there. I don't fault you for that at all. Sure. The you have to understand the you have to do your research can't to show up in South America and be like, all right. So give me some Iowa, because there are a lot of insecurity Lous in Farias outfits that have come up to take advantage explicitly of that kind of western tourists. The ill, informed western tourists, who is going to have a horrible, terrible trip and not going to get these spiritual experience, you're looking for so you have to do your research, because there are some legitimate Iowa scout fits in South America, but you there they're not going to take you just show up down there and you're going to end up in some to in a bad situation. Yeah. For sure. So taking part in, in one of these ceremonies. Let's say you do find like a legit shaman, who's willing to take your American dollars or whatever. However, you're paying. Your gold ingots drink hits. It's still sort of funny. It all goes back to Burroughs with the set and setting thing, which is what he famously preached about any psychedelic experience is to really put a lot of thought into the set in the setting where you're going to do this took as well for you. So as this. Concoction is being brewed like I said before, sometimes you're taking part in this in helping the mashed up and brew t-, but what they're really trying to do is the whole ceremony isn't just like for show. It's, it's all part of the thing to get you settled in and on kind of the right things going in like what do you want to accomplish here? What do you wanna find out about yourself? What questions do you have about yourself and really get into that, that frame of mind as they hand, you your puke bucket, although I would recommend bringing your own. Oh, yeah. I hadn't thought about that. I would not want a reused bucket. Good lord. I hadn't even considered that it'd be for me. So, yeah. I can just totally see how as a as a westerner, you would just be like, come on. We don't need a ceremony this. Give me the good stuff. Right. But like you said, that's the point is the ease you into it to get your mind and body prepared for this, this enormous trip. You're about to go on, because you just get dropped right in the middle of it without any kind of preparation or with out any kind of a since you're going to lose your marbles pretty pretty well, yeah. So that is a big part of going on in Iowa journey is, is having somebody who's competent trained and empathetic in willing to stay there with you to prepare you to stay with you to keep an eye on you, you need to be monitored. You can't be up like just running off into the jungle by yourself because terrible things are going to happen to you in that situation and then to help you afterward, as well. And from from some of the preliminary research that starting to come in, if you undertake in Iowa ska journey, I guess it was the best word I can come up with under the right setting under the right guidance with the right support both pre during and after it can have profound effects on your spirituality, and your sense of connectedness to the universe. It can also possibly help you with with diagnosed mental illness as well. Yeah, we'll we'll get to the illness part mental illness part at NIU. But just your standard sort of a truth seeker. Let's say, okay. It's very much tied into like the an ideal conditions and like the sixties and seventies with just beyond. But the LSD experience in that those a lot of talk in the sixties about the ego, and every, you know, hip musician in the United States talked about stripping away the ego. From Brian Wilson to the mamas and the Papas to, you know, Neil young is stripping away that ego of yourself, basically, which which means kind of getting outside yourself to the point where you're not looking at the world around you and how it affects you. But there is no you there is. No, it's a loss of self such that so profound that you can only see the world and people around you as they exist in reality. It's a pretty sort of deep trippy thing to try and describe in words on a podcast. But I think that's sort of the general thing is, is washing that ego down to where it's not around anymore. And you get a true sense of the world around, you. Right. Like for the maybe for the first time. Yeah, yeah. The ego in and of itself, isn't a bad thing. Like it's, it's they think that it developed among animals is that your sense of self awareness. That's the thing that leads you to. To preserve your own life to get away from danger to realize that like you can die because there is a you. Right. It's a very basic thing. The problem is in humans, as we've evolved are ego has also evolved. It can get to a point where it's unhealthy. It's kind of toxic. It can help you develop Badra, bad relationships, people don't wanna be around. You can also affect your self esteem..

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"sean illing" Discussed on Louder With Crowder

Louder With Crowder

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"sean illing" Discussed on Louder With Crowder

"See I don't care about you. When I'm dancing sign of performance. It's about feeling the music move through me namely my fingers. That's pretty much music movement is limited to the fingertips like an old like a father in law at a wedding, not my father-in-law. Very glad to have our next guest. I know that he's a busy man. And he's traveling around the country. So his time is limited. His new book, the right side of history. How reason moral purpose made the great west. He's been making the rounds talking about it. And I was a little bit of controversy lesson, which we'll talk about Mr Ben Shapiro. How are you, sir? And I, I am doing. All right. So, you know, we were talking before the break, I never know how to broach this subject. So let me kind of because you never know if it's a sore spot. Like I talked to the fighter one time and asked him about a fight that was a loss for him. And this is comparable in the in that sense. But he you could tell he got pissed. And I thought, oh, I thought that was a good question. I thought it was compelling. And this is a heavyweight who didn't like after that. So this. Happened the BBC. I think we have some B roll here. The guy's name is Neal. Brennan, enter Neil Vanja Neil. Right now. That's issue. I think Brennan Brennan was a fighter. I don't who I'm thinking, you'll Brennan. So listen. I think that a lot of the criticism there there's been lobby against you obviously think is unfair. I think some of it is constructed, what's your overall view on this, since people been talking about it? Yes. I mean, I think that there are certainly some things I regret about this interview. I tweeted out stuff I regret about the interview, and then there's some stuff. I really don't regret about the interview the stuff that I regret is, I'm in the middle of bookstore, and we're doing a lot of interviews and the producers for BBC approached us, and they said, we want to have you on to discuss the book, and I figured, okay, normal book interview, even if it gets a little bit antagonistic. That's, that's totally fine. I mean, I just did an interview with FOX, where Sean Illing opposes a lot of the ideas in the book, long path, our interview about it, because he's asking questions about the books. I figured, okay, no problem. It's busy days. We sit down. I read the vox, and if you let me tell you, I thought it was risky, because it was in writing. It wasn't a video in anytime that happens, especially with someone like you were a lot of it is read through tone. I thought ooh, they could they could make that hatchet job. But actually thought it came out pretty well, but it's not something I would do when I know it's just honestly, I'd rather do live video typically not even tape with with but in any case. So I it was lazy decision on my part. I didn't know anything about the guy who's interviewing me. I heard my ear, obviously, I've no idea who Andrew Neil is. I don't follow British politics, all that closely, truthfully. We sit down, and we start the interview and his opening question is really antagonistic of he starts asking about the bar Barety of prolife physicians and starts isn't this Georgia policy? Bring us back to the dark ages mischaracterizes the Georgia law itself. Okay. I know I know who this guy is obviously idiotic move, I've no idea who the guy is. That's the entire problem. So I assume just like any journalist who has that sort of question in the US person is on the left. Well, it turns out that Andrew Neil is apparently. Famously on the right there. Although I assume not on the social right there. So I start pushing Adam prodding at them there. So mistake, number one didn't know who he is. And that was mistake, and you got to own that I it out, even before the interview aired that I had no idea who he was. I apologized for saying that he was on the left when he is not in fact on because that was I'm familiar with them. Even though I just got his name wrong. I find out who Neal Brennan is because new Brennan is a person is in my Chris grin was a fighter who had trained with once and then there's a guy Neal Brennan, no idea where but I know who is a little bit because I've seen Canada, we're a little bit more closely with. More conservative, but he is kind of so that you didn't get wrong continue. So that brought us to the second part of the interview. Well, he eventually starts basically browbeating me with the idea that I've said things that I regret in the past. Well, yeah, I mean so have most of us who've been politics. I have a column that I reference twice in the interview this interview, by the way is about sixteen minutes. And so he he, he mentioned all the stuff. I say twice I've gotten entire column. It's famous I posted it online all about this sort of stuff that I've said that I regret or that I've explained. And he won't allow me to explain any of the comments and I start to frustrate. And this is what I make the second thing that I regret, which is I went to the ego play, so again, based on the assumption that this guy is just some BBC schmuck and not a famous guy. I say, you know, well, you know, I'm famous internet, which is always a bad move. Always dumb move. And I regret that one that was stupid. Also, here's the thing. I don't regret. There's no question who was badly motivated, the entire line of questioning was. You're a bad person. I'm going to smear you you're bad person. If I start to answer, interrupts your bad person over and over and over. Here's all the bad things that you've said. And I keep saying, yeah, I've said things are great. Yeah, here's how explain this one keeps referencing column in two thousand twelve I can you ask me something from the last five years, or I don't remember everything I've written? Well. That exact same thing. He has flash cards. And he was bringing up old tweets from you. I mean, this is something they always do. Yeah. And again thing

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"sean illing" Discussed on Now What? with Arian Foster

Now What? with Arian Foster

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"sean illing" Discussed on Now What? with Arian Foster

"So when I first heard it, I was like damn this must be coming from somewhere. So let me try to find the source, and and when you start kind of digging into the sources, and they always use that what's that book? There was used race the bell curve bell. As the Bill curve. And so I looked into that and looked into the counter-arguments and all of that. And it's really to me. It's really it's it's it's the reason why you have staunch and everybody has their own beliefs pays I'm not saying all political issues. But it's why you have a lot of an uprising of black conservatism. It's it's kind of they they're they're they're using GE like, you said jaded science in order to make a really bad point. In my issue with the is. I think you have this issue to you run into a lot. It's hard to argue with people without a logical foundation. Like, if we can agree on certain axioms of of a of a of an issue, then there's no way I can walk you to why it's a logical that you're thinking that way. How how do you think that that that can be remedied in this society, especially when people live inside of their echo chamber? Yeah. Oh, man. I just I tweeted and read an article like two days ago by Sean Illing. It was very interesting article the naming articles why conspiracy theories are getting more absurd and harder to refute. And what this article basically talks about is how conspiracy theories used to take together like a collection of facts. And then try to like weave them together to spend a larger narrative about any particular story in one of the things about conspiracy theories today is oftentimes they're just like they're totally out there with like, no factual basis whatsoever. Like, for instance, like the queue in on stuff or the pizza gate stuff. Have you ever followed that like, you know, reading into it? It's like one of the emails, it looks like it looks like basically old people emailing each other, but like cheese pizza, then people spend this whole child porn thing. You can't even like refuted because the clams are so extravagant and. Going back to what you said. Like, yeah. I don't know. This is this is always been like, my main concern is I don't know how to talk to people that don't exist in the same reality that I do time. Yeah. And people oftentimes don't have the mental tools necessary to even valuate the reality to live in. So for instance, are you familiar with the guy he online he's called count Danquah? He has like he's the guy that got in trouble in. I think Scotland because he taught his pug to do like response like Nazi commands, or whatever I've heard count Denkinger share. So this guy that yeah. He he was famous for awhile because people, you know, it was like a free speech issue. But we got into an argument times. I remember that one of the arguments had was I maybe I made the claim that it seems like because a lot of people believe that the left is very violent very antagonistic, you know, in the United and everything today, and the Clinton I made was well, it seems like based on what I've read there's a report by the L that says that there's been more right wing extremists violent than than left wing extremist violence in the United States. How do you respond to that? And his response was well, I know that..

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"sean illing" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

07:37 min | 2 years ago

"sean illing" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Some of your questions, we begin with layup laya says haven, a few friends, and I are planning a month long trip for October. And at the end of our trip. We are planning to visit Turkey, Lebanon, I've traveled all over the world with the exception to the Middle East. So when they said they wanted to visit I said I'd be on board. However, I heard you kids enter Lebanon, if you've been traveling to Israel marks on your passport was never been there. I was curious if the reason for this what your thoughts are in traveling there in Turkey, what am a strong supporter of Israel. Thanks and love the show. So I am not sure what the actual rules are in Lebanon. I know that those rules do apply in places like Saudi Arabia. There are certain countries that refuse to acknowledge the existence of the state of Israel. Don't worry, it's not anti-semitism. She failed to acknowledge a Jewish state that exists. It is merely a form of anti nut anti-semitism at all those rules, obviously are targeted toward Jews. That is the goal of them. Israel does not have similar roles with any country on planet earth. It's pretty amazing that that all of that is tolerated. But it's soft bigotry of low expectations when it comes to radical Muslim leadership in that part of the world. Kyle says what is your arguments? People say the economy will crash after from because of his Reaganomics say policies tax cuts, trade regulations, etc. Is this a possibility in your mind? Well, number one, they're very feel communist who have been consistent in being able to predict economic crashes. This is just a reality of the situation. I think people suspect there will be one in the near future simply because every eight to ten years in the United States. There is some sort of economic downturn. The last one was in two thousand eight is now two thousand nineteen. So that means that we're probably do. But that's more of like an earthquake should common feeling that you get sitting on the porch. Right. That is not based on any economic criteria. I have no idea why you would say that Reaganomics type policies create recessions when Reaganomics type policies created the greatest peacetime expansion in the history of the United States. The various piece of economic expansion in the history of the United States even short-term downturns like like black Monday back in October of was in nineteen eighty seven. Even that was quickly rectified the economy kept on growing, even short-term downturn. In nineteen Ninety-one was reversed by the end of nineteen Ninety-one by the time nineteen Ninety-two election came about the economy was already moving forward again. So the idea that Reaganomics type policies what quashes economic growth quashes economic growth. Downturns are unpredictable. Economic growth, however is predictably tied to business climate that is friendly toward business as opposed to a heavy regulatory and tax base climate that tends to quash growth. So we found out from Barack Obama keeps says Durban get better influence in defending in spreading conservative ideas. How can an average conservative such as myself help change hearts and minds of my daily life. Well, a couple of things number one. You have to read and read and read you really do need to know the issues about what you speak second of all seek commonality and common definition before you started conversation. The way to have a bad political conversation is for somebody to say something like, you're mean, you're cruel. And then you say, no, I'm not meaning that's not a conversation. That's an argument. Well, you have to do is say I need you to define meanness and cool too. So that we can have a definition of what exactly we're talking about. Because I don't believe your definition. If your definition is he just don't like me. Well, you know, then we can have a conversation. We have a conversation. We have to get to common out commonality of terms. It's funny. I have conversations with folks all the time on a variety of issues, particularly on the other side of the aisle and to use an example. I just didn't I didn't interview with believe it was salon. I think and the and the reporter over at salon was extremely was extremely antagonist. The the entire interview was basically this person trying to make an argument over it was not interviews. It was an argument, and you can read the transcript of it. They wouldn't release the audio made the reporter look pretty bad. That is my opinion we asked for the release of the audio. They would not do it. And then I had a similar conversation about my book with Sean Illing, and vox who happens to be an honest reporter who's read my book who disagrees with my book. But because we were having a conversation that was productive. He would ask my opinion on something out ask him for clarification of definition respond. He would ask for clarification of my definitions. He would respond. This is what is called a nice conversation. You can do that. Specifics. Help conversations move forward. This is true in marriage. It's in child rearing. It's true in parenting. It's an all areas of life specificity, and clarity is what you should be seeking in conversation. If you wish to have a conversation broad-based terminology about which there is no common. Understanding. That's an argument. Sarah says Ben what books do you recommend to learn more about these really Palestinian conflict? Well, there's a great book that I've recommended on the show by David Brock called reclaiming Israel's history, it's very short about two hundred pages. And that gives you a pretty good background on what you need to know. There's also book by Bard called myths and facts, they always recommend mainly because it's fight sized has a myth, and then it will have the facts, and that's like a page long answers. Most of your questions about it. I'd start with those two books, and then if you want sort of longer form histories, there's a book by Howard Sacher about called the history of Zionism that is that is worth reading Benjamin Netanyahu actually wrote a book called durable. Peace back in the nineteen ninety s that talks about ten of long term history of Israel and the Palestinians and more than Israel and Palestinians, Israel and the world around it because the Palestinians as Cokie said entity, we did not. Exist as a cohesive entity until the creation of the state of Israel, all the Palestinians Palestinian actually referred to read the Palestine post referring to the Jerusalem Post is referring to Jews Palestinians as a specific political entity. We're not created really until nineteen forty eight and everybody was considered Syria. They not say that they weren't. I indigenous the area the Palestinians indigenous to the area, but they consider themselves Syrian origin or Jordanian or Saudi. So it is worth reading all those books and getting more. If you're interested Anthony says haven. Is there ever an argument from a conservative side for any implementation of a Keynesian style economic policy? Also, do you believe we are in the late stage of capitalist system? Currently the the phrase late-stage capitalist is very irritating because there's either capitalist or is there there is non capitalist. The idea that capitalism is moving toward an end game where it falls apart that is a Marxist construct that I just don't believe Marxism suggests that eventually history will end with the with the seizure of the means of production by the workers, and that has not happened, historically. Instead, what has happened historically is a forcible seizure of the means of production by government, and then the collapse of that system repeatedly because that's system sucks, and it's terrible for human beings. So I don't I don't really believe in the phrase late stage capitalist. I believe in in economic that there is such thing as as top down economic fascism or corporatism and that exists, but I don't think that's capitalism. I think people tend to conflict a lot of this terminology as far as the the argument for Implementation's Keynesian style economic policy, which is who would mean seizure of money from people who are more wealthy giving it to people who are poor said they can. Start the Senate can start spending money that spending is better than saving. No. I disagree with Keynesianism. There's a great book. By the author of economics in one lesson. Henry has a four hundred fifty page book that that really breaks down Keynes's work at length. It's very detailed. So if you're in there that's available. Richard says Hello, Mr. Shapiro. I've heard several times the congress has subpoena power. Where does it say that in the constitution? Is it a part of the necessary and proper powers will congress can pass legislation that allows them to subpoena than the other branches have the power to resist a subpoena, and then the judiciary gets to decide whether the subpoena, in fact, hold so you have to pass a piece of legislation. You're correct. There's nothing in the constitution of the United States that specifically refers to subpoena power. But there's no doubt that congress does have investigative powers under the constitution. That's how they keep the other branches in check more than just a moment. But first, let's talk about that timeshare that you bought I know you went to Hawaii and you're thinking I'm gonna get that out. Yeah. You go to the time share presentation. And then some nifty guy comes in and tells you all about how is going to be awesome. From now on after all you can come to white every single year. It's going to be great now. Are you ready to invest in vacation because long term is for your family? Okay. Sounds good kind of don't really understand it. But it sure, and then you buy it, and they ring a bell. And they give you like a flower Laiwu only one problem you are now on the hook for in triple for an average cost.

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"sean illing" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"sean illing" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"And again, let me know what that feels like only with air club. I'm certain you'll love the club. Okay. So he goes on and Sean Illing the interview as part of what you're saying. Is that modern capitalism often referred to as neo-liberalism for some reason has created a world in which everything is about competition and self interest and productivity, and as a result corporations are squeezing more out of workers and making it harder for individuals to even think of themselves as part of a community is that more or less the picture? You're painting now comparisons. I mean, that's what newly religion is. Right. We're all individuals not members of a classroom community for all economic agents, pursuing our self interest. This is the basis of our whole society right now. Both Republicans and Democrats signed onto it. Now. Let's think about that for a minute. Let's think about what this guy is saying because this doesn't really seem to thought this through very carefully. First of all if you go back to the fifties. It was a capitalist time then thinking some ways it was probably stronger capitalism. Less involvement from the government less regulation from the government going on at that time, and we're their communities. Yes, there want what happened to break down the communities was capitalism that broke down the communities or was it. The death of other things like religion was at the the fact that welfare came into the home and said, we will do the government will do things for you. That used to be done by your family by your church, fire club, your elks club, or whatever it was those what they call mediating institutions have lost power because the government has gained power. There's nothing in capitalism that necessarily keeps you from being a community. The problem is though the community of soc. Is a community of force. And this is what millennials I think in young people in general never ever take into account. Socialism is about the state, right? The state than never gives you anything without taking something. Now, if you have a church that you go to willingly if you have a club that you join willingly that's a community. But when Hillary Clinton says it takes a village to raise a child village. She's talking about is been government. Remember gore said the government is just things we do together. Right. But no, it's not that government is a power that is power center that are found IRS warned us would generate more power all the time which seek to expand seek to get a better..

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"sean illing" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"sean illing" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"Steuben Steubenville, Ohio and Knowles spoke there earlier, and some of the kids were just recovering from that. But other than that, this is a I found it kind of magical place, it's beautiful setting on the on the side of a hill over the Ohio river and right over the border from West Virginia, and from Pennsylvania, everything is bordered together here, and it's a very conservative school sort of a friendly audience, which of course, was always nice and devoutly Catholic I was just struck with the fact that these kids were kind of the opposite of the kids in the video. I mean, I'm not going to talk about whether they were happy or not because how do I know I just met them, but they certainly had poise and intelligence a view of the world informed by their Catholic teaching and they're philosophical teaching because they all had to take philosophy classes and our stone. They had a view of the world that made sense that held together. And these were men and women both a lot of times. These conservative groups swing very heavily male. This was the opposite. And these were people just young people of incredible poise intelligence. Worried about facing life because it's hard to be a young person. You know, always you don't know what's out ahead. But but I was just really struck with the. I'm searching for the word. It's not it's not quite serenity because who serene at that age, but it's a cognizance awareness because they had a philosophy a Catholic philosophical western philosophy that made sense, and that helped them make sense of the world as opposed to these horrible young people poorly behaved unhappy, angry young people screaming at their elders and their betters. I suspect in this case. And it was just an amazing difference in amazing contrast. So here's a guy that's open. I did about the stress that young people are feeling that's a real survey. There's just saying it feels terribly stressed. They're more stress than ever before they break their cellphones. They don't get any likes in these millennials. So that's nineteen eighty. I think two thousand talking about people from nineteen to thirty nine probably skewing a little bit younger than that. And guys written a book a millennial guy has written a book. He's he's a Marxist. And. He wrote a book called kids these days human capital, and the making a millennials and over he's the editor of an online magazine the new inquiry, and he was interviewed by a millennial at vox, Sean Illing and Illinois asked him. What makes millennials the way they are? And he's he says in this book that he that Harris is trying to find out. Why millennials are so burned out. Why are they having fewer kids? Why are they getting married later why they obsessed with the fishing technology wise it, oh, so very hard to be a millennial? And I know, you know, if you're like me, you sort of think the same thing, you think, gee, you know, people who charged into Normandy some of them were eighteen years old, and maybe that was a little harder than what these guys are going through. But they feel that they feel that this is stressful, and it may just be relative stress. But here's what Malcolm Harris, he says, this is the author of the book, he says, I take a very Marxist perspective on the world. So I'm looking at the dynamics of labor market, the relationship between employers and the employed basically the entire economic. Environment. These are the dominant forces shaping life, in my view, what I focused on his millennials as workers on the changing relationship between labor and capital during the time, we all came of age and developed into people if we want to understand why millennials are the way they are that we have to look at the increased competition between workers the increased 'isolation of workers from each other, the extreme individualism of modern American society, and the widespread problems of debt and economic security facing this generation at one of the things is because these people are nine hundred thirty nine allot of came of age under Clinton Bush Obama and some of these things like the competition between workers and wages. Not going have been solved by Donald Trump. So I'm sure this Martha sitting there going rate for Donald Trump possibly not. But some of these things have been solved by vetera- Konomi..

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"sean illing" Discussed on Savage Lovecast

Savage Lovecast

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"sean illing" Discussed on Savage Lovecast

"When you're right. You're right. That's usually something a writer and longtime podcasters sometimes pundit and all around Astle enjoys saying that's so much this time Trump is polling well up in some swing states that there's a chance he could lose the popular vote and win the White House. I wrote in September of two thousand sixteen because of the electoral college, our founding slave. Owning father's saddled us with this anti-democratic electoral college because it looked so nice up there on the mantle with that anti-democratic US Senate. They got us. I pointed that out in real time that Bill Maher recently that the electoral college was designed by and for slave owners to protect slave states. And got a lot of pushback from the bald eagles and flags and maga- hat crown on Twitter. But this isn't something I pulled out of my ass. Put a lot of things out of my ass over the years. This isn't one of them as Sean Illing wrote on vox on November twelve twenty sixteen after Trump lost the popular vote and won the White House. The electoral college was created because in a direct. Election system that would be the system that exists in all of the democracies and at all of their levels of our democracy. That would be the system where the person who gets the most boat winds anyway in a direct election system. The south would have lost every time because a huge percentage of its population was slaves and slaves couldn't vote, but the electoral college allowed states to count slaves albeit at a discount the three fifths clause. And that's what gave this out the inside track and presidential elections and dos. It is no surprise Illing goes on that eight of the first nine presidential races were won by virginian- Virginia was the most populous state of the time and had a massive slave population. That boosted its electoral vote count. All right now twice in the last five elections. The loser of the popular vote the man chosen by a minority of voters won the election. Thanks to the electoral college, Al Gore beat George W Bush by half a million votes in two thousand Hillary Clinton beat Donald J Trump by three million votes in two thousand sixteen the country would look very different. Needless to say if gore had been allowed to take the office he won. And if Clinton had been allowed to take the office. She won the supreme court to take just one example would have a seven to liberal majority..

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"sean illing" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"sean illing" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"So I feel it's time to let everyone know my marriage is over I guess that she found it unsatisfying for some reason. Should I will explain all into course? But for now, all I want say is be very careful in dabbling in spirituality. It's not something to mess with. Well, I guess you know, when you mess around with ghosts. Then your aura ends up slime d-, very very weird stuff. So that stuff teak said growing up in Ireland in my ear. You're talking to a man bedded, you should wed you I knew for my research that spiritual marriage was the thing. So as more than it was more me that wanted to get married than him. He would have been happy like most men with just sex because she says that apparently she was having sex with her ghost partner. She the apparition began on a happier note in two thousand fourteen when she says she suddenly felt he spirits energy with her in bed. She told the Daily Star of the spirits out with her while she watched TV and drove her car, and that she started developing strong feelings. Toward it. All right. It's worth noting that in the pairs of the Caribbean franchise, by the way, the character of Edward was played by Keith Richards, and is the father of Jack Sparrow, so presumably because his actual full name Jack Sparrow would be Jack Teague. So she just has a I guess that she she just really likes. Johnny Depp, a lot like, Johnny Depp. So I a sad sad end to a meaningful relationship. And I guess that you know, we should all more. And I mean, let's let's be real about this when someone's heartbreaks over marrying a three hundred fake ghost, and they have to break up, and then when all of your hopes and dreams just sort of disappear for no reason, then you have to you have to wonder whether whether life can go on as it did before, you know, what happens under the bed sheets days under the bedsheet. Okay. Meanwhile, other things that so let's do a couple of things that I hate. Thing. Number one that I hate Sean Illing who is actually a nice guy. He writes over box dot com. Which as I say, very often is a repository of extreme stupidity. Sean has an interview with woman and Kristen Godsey, and it is titled why women have better sex under socialism. According to an anthropologist. Yes. I am. Sure. Women had better sex. Is it the Toronto domination that they really like or the force redistribution of income. According to a new book by Kristen Godsey, an anthropologist at the university of Pennsylvania. She argues that women have better sex under socialism. If that's strange, you consider this a survey of east and west Germans after unification in nineteen ninety found that eastern women, the socialist side of Germany during the Cold War has twice as many orgasms as western women what in the world accounts for such a wide gap. According to God's he it's about social safety nets. If she argues you built a society that supports women, it doesn't punish them for having children or devalue their labor. It turns out they'll be happier and have better sex except for how that is a lie except for how all the people in the west in Europe at the. Time. This was happening. We're living in democratic socialists states with extraordinarily strong safety nuts, any serious focus on gender equity. Maybe maybe it's because marital rates are actually higher in places like the Soviet Union than they were outside places like the Soviet Union because it turns out that inside the Soviet Union marriage out of wedlock was actually not something that these empires really liked a whole hell of a lot the line between social safety nets and better sexes. Blurrier than the title of the book implies says, Sean L ING, meaning it doesn't exist. But there's some interesting ideas here in credit dots. He doesn't reduce everything to simplistic choice between capitalism and socialism, nor does she call for a to Soviet style communism. Her book is really about using socialist principles to offset the gender inequities in capitalist societies..

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"sean illing" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"sean illing" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Voice. Melissa lewis. Calm reasoned explanation. Right. Right. Oh boy. So we got this note from Dr J who's a longtime correspondent his topic. Is we have reached peak stupid, vox dot com on abolishing the supreme court, and I read this some Harvard professor name of Sean Illing cold chilling talking about how the supreme court has become too. I guess Mark push net net. Order today. It's a law professor at Harvard who who's talking about abolishing the supreme court because now it's too political. And and there are other societies that have ways of like rejecting the ruling of the supreme court through the. The Democratic People's assembly. Well has become too political as Ben Sasse explained to us. I'm surprised that that hasn't we played that couple of weeks ago, we probably should play. Again. I'm surprised it hasn't caught on as more of a conversation point that because congress doesn't do it supposed to legislatively, and we work that out through, you know, a debate and voting the supreme court has been put in this position where they have to make all these decisions, right? Yeah. That's that's way, too subtle and interesting argument, you are Bir bed. No year bad. That's the American conversation. Right. Don't want the direction things go to hinge on nine people in a five four vote over and over again, bright. But the idea that the People's Assembly will overturn the rulings of the supreme court is insane. But I love this tweet. I mean, we could talk about the arguments if you wanted. But more democracy is not the problem is not the issue. But I love this tweet that I retweeted over the weekend. And listen. Maybe swing another way politically maybe you don't like it. But you got to admit, it's true. The left loses the White House, and you hear the cry get rid of the electoral college left loses the Senate get rid of or change proportional representation in the Senate. Little states shouldn't get two senators that a lot left loses the supreme court abolished the supreme court. These are the guys who pretend to be worried about protecting our institutions from Trump. I thought that was a good in ironic point. I did too. I also saw what you tweeted about NBC having to apologize for story. And I didn't catch that. Yeah. Yeah. Well, this again, this only slightly less stupid than the Elizabeth Warren is or is not an Indian discussion. Trump was giving a speech in Ohio, and he was talking about what a great general Ulysses s grant who was born very close to where the speech was was what a great General Grant was and in explaining what a great General Grant was he said, Robert E Lee. Was a great general Lincoln couldn't beat him. He getting a Fulbe about him and Senator grant came along, and he wanted incredible general do fabulous general. I don't have the words in front of me. But and for two solid days NBC was reporting that Trump was saying, Robert E Lee who was born. There was a great general and a wonderful general. Long after the story was discredited. They were still saying Trump praises, Robert E Lee is wonderful general to problems with that. Robert E Lee wasn't great general. Everybody knows it everybody. I won't build a case. If you don't know about it read about it. He was a masterful general. But the speech was praising grant saying, oh, it took a general so incredible. As grant to beat Lee. So I mean, it was an unbelievably stupid story and disingenuous and they ran with two days after everybody had corrected them that he was talking about grant with most of the the superlatives. So they're trying to pitch him as like a white supremacist confederate. Right. Because that's going to get you a lot of votes. Among the white though, the racists of Ohio, I guess, I guess that is the formerly honorable peacock network. Which is now vying with CNN for the the bottom of the heap, but listen they've decided there's money and and ratings and being part of the resistance and I cherish the first amendment, and they can do that. I will call them on it. But they get to do that did the NFL pull you back in last night. Probably not no it was fun. Bit of entertainment knows hanging out with a buddy.

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"sean illing" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:47 min | 2 years ago

"sean illing" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Party front group. And they have a great headline today. Listen to this. They have someone named Sean Illing. I l l I n g I've said they're all ill. Right. And he's he's Illing, Sean Illing. He is he's he's Illinois. Right. He's mentally ill. And that's what his friends call a mental Illing. It's his nickname. Here's the headline. The case for abolishing the supreme court. Hello Anyone who abolish the supreme court? They're communists. These people are not Americans. They're not. And if they're not communist their brain damage, their their totalitarian, they have no use for reason, our honesty or facts are truth or thoughtfulness. They have no use for any of this. They're completely beserk and they're driving the country to an extremely dangerous place. Just like they did in eighteen sixty one the case for a Shing the supreme court boy, they're the worst flipping losers of any losing losers. You've ever seen in your loser. Life. My gut a Harvard law professor on whether it's time to rethink the nation's highest court. So they got a left wing lunatic from Harvard to talk to these left-wing lunatics at vox, and he's calling for the abolishment the abolition of the supreme court. Court itself because they're pathetic losers. They are sickening losers. God these people are mental and they got illness. Here. They got mental mental Illing to type the press release up for how pathetic are you people? You know, if if what you really want if it's what you really want just say, so okay. If it's what you really want to say it out loud because you're creepy. You're giving me the creeps you people. Make my skin crawl your filth. Abolish, the supreme court cat. Learn how to lose, you know, I guess title nine didn't work. This this Illing mental Illing over here apparently didn't play team sports. Abolish the supreme court. I'm not even gonna read from it. Creepy porn lawyer. I'll let Roussel's zippers is calling him. Now, that's Tucker Carlson's name for Michael Abernathy who I think is a leading democrat contender for the presidency of the United States. In fact, I believe in the Washington Post today, there is they've got a story. Attias a hero of the democrat party. He's a pimp, and he's been elevated to kingmaker in the democrat party. He honestly, I have more respect for street prostitutes that I have for for this person right here. Michael. Evidently, he's a leading democrat light. Unbelievable. The Washington Post today it's got a quote from him because they're all insane. Saying that he believes he should be the top rated democrat when it comes to winning the democrat party's nomination. This is a party of filth. I just can't believe how they've sunk into this satanic abyss of hell, and there could San Francisco they're up their ankles and their own feces, and they'll hey, let's go national with this. This ought to be all by way of precursor to Michael Evan Attis tweet. Although the the line in the Washington Post where he thinks he should be the number one. I think he should be the number one contender to because he's somewhere between a pimp and a horror, and and a creepy pimp lawyer, what was I called him yesterday, the the pimp. I dunno whatever whatever his his pin. I'll think of it again. He's got a Twitter account at a says lion. Ted cruz. He's cut his adopted his unoriginal. The left has unoriginal on top of everything else. That's President Trump's label for Ted Cruz back during the campaign lion. Ted Cruz is attacking me because I'm supporting Bego. He's he's support. Who who are you to support? Anybody Lifton separate listen goat. I got something you could support. Help us send the liar back home to Canada. Sorry canada. They're racist. They're bigots. They're filth. This man is filth and this is perfectly mainstream. Today's democrat party chip. In for beta now, any attach is a fundraising thing for beta the drunk the killer drunk a rock. That's I think if President Trump leading and call them the killer drunk had had is wet. He was real drunk. Kenny went across the line and head on into a nice man and a truck nearly killed him as no hospital for months. Beta tried to flee the scene because he's a democrat, and he's a drunk and and witnesses saw. I'm trying to flee the scene, and he was stopped. It was prevented from fleeing the scene of his drunk driving accident where he almost killed somebody. And now he's a democrat in good standing running for the Senate and his fundraisers are called beers with Bego. Now. I mean, I know Ted Kennedy is one of the kings of the democrat family and he'd killed that girl in the car when he was drinking his brains out and cheating on his wife. But yeah, that's okay with the democrat party, but Baidoa Rourke. And now he's got this pimp can painting for him. And he thinks he's a kingmaker from pimp to king may maker in one easy step just joined the democrat party. And you're you're halfway home and beers with Bego are his fundraisers. Come you'd think if you had this drunk driving nearly killed somebody flee the scene thing in your background that you wouldn't call your fundraising events beers. With beta beers belching and fleeing the scene with beta. Bring a Hooker bring because it's a democrat party fest is an amazing stuff. Just just great stuff. And again, the drunk driving thing. And last week. He was with Willie Nelson willy Nelson still he is he keeps alive on Reefer. That's the only thing that keeps them like four ounces of free for a day, and and at ease with Willie Nelson. And at this Willie Nelson thing he's got the drunk driving thing that fleeing the scene forty times over the legal limit or something, and he goes with and the beers with beta fundraisers, then then he shows up with Willie Nelson. They get up on stage. And what song do they sing? What song do they do together?.

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"sean illing" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

06:34 min | 2 years ago

"sean illing" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Details and terms and conditions. Fox News is a democrat party front group. And they have a great headline today. Listen to this. They have someone named Sean Illing. I l l I n g I've said they're all ill. Right. And he's he's Illing Sean Illing he is Illinois. He's he's Illinois. Right. He's mentally ill. And that's what his friends call a mental Illing. It's his nickname. Here's the headline. The case for a Bala. Shing the supreme court. The only one who abolish the supreme court, they're communists. These people are not Americans. They're not. And if they're not communist their brain damage, their their totalitarian, they have no use for reason, our honesty or facts are truth or thoughtfulness. They have no use for any of this. They're completely beserk and they're driving the country to an extremely dangerous place. Just like they did in eighteen sixty one the case for abolishing the supreme court. Boy, they're the worst flipping losers of any losing losers. You've ever seen your loser. Life. My gut a Harvard law professor on whether it's time to rethink the nation's highest court. So they got a left wing lunatic from Harvard to talk to these left-wing lunatics at vox, and he's calling for the abolishment the abolition of the supreme court itself because there. Pathetic losers. They are sickening losers. God these people are mental and they got illness. Here. They got mental mental Illing to type the press release set for how pathetic are you people? You know, if if what you really want if it's what you really want just say, so okay. If it's what you really want say it out loud. Because you're creepy. You're giving me the creeps you people. Make my skin crawl your filth. Abolish the supreme court. Can't learn how to lose I guess title nine didn't work. This this Illing mental Illing over here apparently didn't play team sports. Abolish the supreme court. I'm not even gonna read from it. Creepy porn lawyer. I'll look resuls zippers is calling him. Now, that's Tucker Carlson's name for Michael Evan Atti who I think is a leading democrat contender for the presidency of the United States. In fact, I believe in the Washington Post today, there is they've got a story on Avenida as a hero of the democrat party. He's a pimp, and he's been elevated to kingmaker in the democrat party. He honestly, I have more respect for street prostitutes that I have for for this person right here. Michael Evan outta his a leading democrat light. Unbelievable. The Washington Post today it's got a quote from him because they're all insane. Saying that he believes he should be the top rated democrat when it comes to winning the democratic party's nomination. This is a party of filth. I just can't believe how they've sunk into this satanic abyss of hell, and they're good. God San Francisco up their ankles in their own feces, and they'll. Hey, let's go national with this. This ought to be good. But that's a whole by way of a precursor to Michael at ease tweet, although the line in the Washington Post where he thinks he should be the number one. I think he should be the number one contender to because he's somewhere between a pimp and a horror, and and a creepy pimp lawyer was I called him yesterday, the the pimp, I dunno whatever whatever is is or think of it again, he's got a Twitter account, and he says lying Ted Cruz. He's he's adopted is unoriginal the left is unoriginal on top of everything else. That's President Trump's label for Ted Cruz back during the campaign lying. Ted Cruz is attacking me because I'm supporting beta he's he's support who who are you to support anybody Lifton separate, listen, I got something you could support. Help us send the liar back home to Canada Surrey Canada. They're racist. They're bigots. They're filth. This man is filth. Now, this is perfectly mainstream. Today's democrat party chip. In for beta now, any attach is a fundraising thing for beta the drunk the killer drunk, Iraq. I think President Trump leading killer drunk had had is wet. He was real drunk, and he went across the line and head on into a nice man in a truck nearly killed him as no hospital for months, they tried to flee the scene because he's a democrat, and he's a drunk and and witnesses. So I'm trying to flee the scene, and he was stopped. It was prevented from fleeing the scene of his drunk driving accident where he almost killed somebody. And now he's a democrat in good standing running for the Senate and his fundraisers are called beers with Bego. Now, I mean, I know Ted Kennedy is one of the kings of the democrat family and he killed that girl in the car when he was drinking his brains out and cheating on his wife. But that's okay with the democrat party, but Baidoa Rourke. And now he's got this pimp campaigning for him. And he thinks he's a kingmaker from pimp to kingmaker in one easy step. Just joy. Join the democrat party, and you're you're halfway home. And beers. With beta are his fundraisers, come you'd think if you had this drunk driving nearly killed somebody flee the scene thing and your background that you wouldn't call your fundraising events beers with Bego beers belching and fleeing the scene with beta. Bring a Hooker bring because it's a democrat party fest is an amazing stuff. Just just great stuff. And again, the drunk driving thing. And last week. He was with Willie Nelson willy Nelson still alive. He is he keeps alive on refer. That's the only thing that keeps them like four ounces of referenda. And and and he's with Willie Nelson. And at this Willie Nelson thing he's got the drunk driving thing the fleeing the scene forty times over the legal limit or something. And he goes within the beers with beta fundraisers, then then he shows up with Willie Nelson, and they get up on stage. And what song do they sing? What song do they do together?.

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"sean illing" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

05:46 min | 2 years ago

"sean illing" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"So basically. And you might ask yourself, like, did this did she as I said, like, did she make up a story about him that she say that he killed somebody that she do something like that? No, she called him a massage, honest and vox and not. I mean, not even that explain what she did. Actually have. So I learned about this story. He he filed this or lawyer dead back in June, but I just learned about it. I think most people this week with the article in the cut right by Aaron, Carmen, and they got a hold of the letter that Peterson's lawyers sent and the I, it's very short. I'll just read some of it. If you don't mind. They get the source voice addresses not just. I know I'm just go ahead. Oh, okay. So it's addressed to professor Kate man at Cornell to professor Derek Parra, boom, the chair of her department at Cornell. Wow. Sean Illing. The vox reporter who interviewed Kate man in vox media. I know Sean Illing, Johnny lane, good, good guide. Majority of this love him and it's fake and didn't. Which is just it's okay. First of all, it's just really unusual that. I can understand including vox on there if you're going to be pursuing a libel or slander claim, but the adding the chair of her department is just a bullying tactic. Olea. Yeah. Okay. So then it's this letter serves noticed action, blah, blah, blah. On June six. The following libellous statements by professor man were published on the website below, and then it lists some quotes from the professor that upset Jordan Peterson, and they are also think the way Peterson cherry picked a few more dignified sounding sentences from the diary of one of the Columbine killers. Eric Harris was downright dishonest. I suspect that for many Peterson's readers, the sexism on display is one tool among many to make forceful domineering moons that are typical of misogyny. So she didn't hit actually call him assumption. Just said it was like misogyny. Lawsuit that like here sued. Then she actually she does go on to. Frame. One of his quotes has classic straight at misogyny and then Peterson measures himself by the size of his celebrity. The idea of winning. As an end to itself eyebrow raising Thawra -tarian sounding. And she the last statement include doesn't seem accidental. That is skepticism about objective facts rises when it's conveniently and famine, est, and then there's lawyers from eleven LLP demand, please you lawyers. It's a huge Cheyenne's. Police immediately retract all of professor man's defamatory statements have them immediately removed from the internet, an issue in policy in the same forum to Mr. Peterson. Otherwise, our client will take all steps necessary to protect his professional reputation, including but not limited to in shaving legal proceedings against all of you for damages, including punitive damage. How man- how, how do we? Sorry, how do we have jerky boys sound drop for that? Sue. Everybody. Oh, and he says people, he was. So she ate with all be suing them as well. Cornell University is by Kerry Asli liable for professor man's defamatory statements. Now, what does that mean? Well, as and then the last words as a supreme court of Canada has made clear liability can be a putative employer due to damages caused by their employees or plot in the hussier the platforming. Really just up the ghost. I mean the idea that you can stand up as a free speech warrior, and then have your personal attorney send around these kind of bullying letters to get articles removed from the internet and replaced with funding apologies. He's like as far from free speech is you can get, and this stuff does have an effect on media organizations in the article, the interviewed Sean Illing. Basically, he says that his employers and their lawyers laughed it off because it was a joke. I mean, there's no, there's nothing actionable in the US or Canada about what the women said. Right. I mean, this is yeah, there's literally nothing. This is a if this was the standard. Basically you couldn't write a critical book review. You couldn't do. Anything. Stablishment new linguistic territory where you can't criticize my books. He wants to sue about the stuff that free speech is four. Yeah. Well, think that's the. Spec that the fact that she's a Cornell and he's stuck up in the frozen north as part of it too, because here's somebody from a arguably more prestigious university who's knocking him and his from..

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"sean illing" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"sean illing" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"Better welcome to own a rousing carry the shower redone just report on french science spiritual the and claims that the paranormal but take part ourselves yup when the make the claims we show up so you don't have to armas blocher and i'm kerry poppy in ross was just waving at me hey care hey how's it going pretty good how are you a little tired i'll be honest with you you're doing better than you were when we first came back from living a really tired then oh yeah yeah is exhausting if that that's hard working vacation definitely so we last left people with you having you know wonderful dinner had a great dinner had a great chat went back to my apartment room sixty nine hey a and tried to go to sleep and ross i know you had a tough night but i had trouble falling asleep all it's awful narrowed it a may note yoshitomi more brother well i wanted to sleep but my body wasn't really ready to sleep so you know i laid their nose like i had like to sleep what is it feel like to be tire this is where i was asked myself what does it feel like to be sleepy heal the sleepy feeling sums that works mocha that it wasn't it wasn't happening and i just lay laron laid their in any way i'm really the victim of this all experience leia well he's good shooter the q so high went back to the flight deck all right okay i forgot that term but i was reminded of that term in a vox article that everyone's been sending us yet because it on yes sean illing we haven't mentioned him yet but he was there with us people said this amazing it sounds like you onto the same place you did and we're like yeah he did yes because he was sitting next to me on the second night so indeed i entered in on second night remembered my token ready to go at a blue shirt on still don't have any white closed but i think other people running out of their white clothes so we were more diverse at that point and.

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