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"seth baron" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:17 min | 4 months ago

"seth baron" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Back to the book Sex and show Ben Weingarten in four bucks sex in and we're talking with Seth Barone, author of the new book The Last Days of New York. A reporter's True tale set before we get to the last days of New York. What were the policies that preceded these last days that resulted in a flourishing New York City in the 21st century? Well, you know, going back to Giuliani when he came in. He brought in Bill Bratton and They adopted the broken windows theory of Of neighborhood safety. Broken windows is why we taken some kind of, you know, extremely harsh, zero tolerance regime. Of surveillance and constant, uh, you know, discipline, but it's really not. Uh, The idea is that you know if it's windows are broken than more windows will be broken. You know that. The persistence Of a broken window just encourages more. So the idea is to Maintain the same way like you know, If you don't do your dishes, they pile up that it becomes harder and harder to keep a clean kitchen. The idea of broken windows policing is too To, uh Signal to the community at large. That That it's orderly. Um And so people who are you know, littering people who are drinking thinking outside. It's not that they necessarily have to be arrested. But, you know, perhaps warned, uh, that so The indications are there that certain behaviors are not tolerated, and then the community becomes less criminal genic. So this would you know that this was instituted? With great success. You know, the theory really turned out to work. Um, then, under Bloomberg, you know the Price and Ray Kelly the practice of Stop Question Frisk, which is constitutional. Um, was put into put into place sometimes, you know aggressively. But the goal was To get guns off the street and Thousands of lives were saved that way. Black wives. They may add. Um, so you know these policies Plus, of course, you know, a Focus on you know Helping businesses and improving tourism. Giving the schools working. Well, you know, all of this undergirded the prosperity of public safety that New Yorkers came to expect. And one of the other things also worth noting is that there's been a dramatic spike and mercifully, the numbers are low, just like they're low on an absolute basis across the country, But there's been a dramatic spike in hate crimes. In the New York City area, and it's worth noting the perpetrators almost certainly are not. Maga hat wearers worth emphasizing that point, But I did want to ask, you know, kind of what has New York City done under Mayor de Blasio to reverse these Ganz and what are the lessons for the country Writ large. Do you see New York as sort of a proxy for where all major cities are going for where the left is going in this country put it in its proper context. Certainly. Uh, yes. I mean, New York City and state. This happened at the local and the state level have imposed, uh, massive criminal justice reforms. These include bail reform form, eliminating cash bail in most cases, Discovery reform, which makes it very hard for prosecutors to to Get witnesses to testify. As I mentioned they've gotten rid of qualified immunity. They decriminalized a host of quality of life offenses like public urination hang young parks after dark, public drinking, littering. And these have all been codified, so that makes it that's going to make it much more difficult for a future mayor to undo the damage. And yes, of course, New York City is not alone. There are many cities across the country going in exactly the same direction with hard left prosecutors declining prosecution. We're seeing the same thing in Los Angeles statements instead of Seattle. Baltimore, Chicago. I mean, some of these cities where You know, totally dysfunctional already, but they've gotten much worse. ST. Louis So Oh, absolutely. New York is a New York is part is in the pack. Okay. It's just that we were kind of doing very well. We had we had bucked a lot of the the negative trends. Now we're catching up. And it strikes me ironically, that, of course, the so called inequality but really the disparities between those who do well in New York City and oftentimes it's foreigners who own the these opulent departments who don't even reside in them for time. But the inequality. The chasm between the haves and the have nots in this city will only be exacerbated as a consequence of this policy, which, of course, cuts at the arguments. Of so called progressives, likability. Blasio in the first place we have about 20 seconds left. What will people get out of your book that they might not have thought about coming into it? The last days of New York? That is, um, basically that how an entire cadre of Professional agitators advocate. Hardcore progressive policy makers conspired to destroy the city. It's not just one man well on that Sunny now that we've been speaking with Seth Baron, managing editor of the Claremont Institute, the American Mind and author of the new book, The Last Days of New York reporters True Tale, Seth, Thanks again so much for coming on the program. Thank you, Ben. Pleasure, and we'll be back right after this. Have you ever wanted to invest in.

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"seth baron" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:48 min | 4 months ago

"seth baron" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Lot of these people don't have better aim, I guess, because otherwise murder would be much worse. So that's the problem is that the sudden reversal is Is what's scary to people. Um, and the complete collapse of Uh, You know, I I guess I mean, just to put it, you know, like manners and mores on the street. You know, I live in the village and Washington Square Park over the last year. It's just deteriorated into this. Okay? He's all night raves. Where you know people on Illegal motor motorcycles like the dirt bikes that people right around he's tearing around the park at night. Now the police can seize those vehicles. But they're illegal. They're not street ready. They can be seized on faith. Um, but I guess the ideas with the police don't want to, uh, they don't want to get into a position where there is trying to seize a motorcycle from someone who doesn't want it sees And then it can turn into a you know an ugly confrontation, and we know how these things play out. Look, the use of force is never pretty. So there's nothing easier than to drop a video of the police trying to restrain someone is resisting. And make it look like brutality. Um You know there's a difference between force and brutality, but that that distinction is lost on people. So this once again Highway a running theme this week. Yesterday I spoke a little bit about how medical research has been pervaded by woke ism, and it's literally courted off certain fields of inquiry because people don't want to dare touch on her third rail here we're talking about Public safety and politics, effectively trumping it. How much of that is a consequence of the policy makers versus the fear of cops? Actually out on the Beit well founded fear that there will be political ramifications to them doing their jobs. Well, it's dialectical, so it's both it starts. With, uh with policymakers and politicians, you know, advocating for the criminal class advocating against policing. Stressing this myth that the major problem on the streets is police violence against minorities, pushing the idea that some communities are over police. You know, you hear a lot? Uh, you hear people on the left, saying that Communities. With low crime. Have have very you don't see any police around. So why is that If you don't see any police around, it must be because the police are in fact causing the crime, the police or the problem. High crime communities have too many police. But the thing is like tonight, if you will get 9 11 data 911 data. Um, you know, calls for emergencies come from Neighborhoods that have a lot of crime. Police don't get up in the morning and you know they're not ordered to go and harass black people or to go and just, you know, Harry Minority community. They go where the crime is. But policymakers have pushed against this idea. And then yeah, they've imposed laws like like, okay, getting rid of qualified immunity. Putting police at Personal risk of being sued. You know the diaphragm law making it making police, you know, liable to prosecution for assault if they you know, perhaps when they're sitting like trying to arrest somebody, they squeeze their touch their back or chest. So, um, you know, and then, as a result of that police just Withdraw from being wide. Be proactive. What? What's the use, you know, just show up, show up at some point and write a report. You know, you can count the bullets on the ground instead of trying to get there quickly to to shoot the perpetrator. So we're up against a break shortly, but I think it's worth noting that just like an individual's reputation, it seems very clear to me in New York is a perfect example of this and other major cities have followed similar similar trajectories. I'm thinking, of course of a place like San Francisco, for example. It can take decades to build a great city, just like it can take decades to build one's reputation, and it can all go kaput and be collapsed very quickly. If you have the wrong ideas, or I guess you have a bad sound by it for 10 seconds, So with that when we come back, I want to talk a little bit about what preceded this decline that that is resulting in the last days of New York. And then what? The lessons are for the country. Writ large. This is Ben Weingarten in for Buck Sexton in the Buck Sexton show and we'll be back with Seth Baron on his new book, the Last Days of New York in just a minute. Wcbm Baltimore. For this are in news. I'm Jason Walker won't be long. Now President Biden.

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"seth baron" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:28 min | 4 months ago

"seth baron" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"This is Ben Weingarten in for Buck Sexton. And our next guest is covering a topic that's really near and dear to my own heart. And that is New York City and Buck Saxons hard I should say as well on a personal note I was born here raised here for the first year of my life. Back In the late eighties, parents moved out to the New Jersey suburbs outside the city saw the city roar back to life after the dark days of Mayor Dinkins and what preceded him as well. And under Rudy Giuliani have a total revival Renaissance sort of maintain a steady state under Mayor Bloomberg and then subsequently decay under Mayor Bill Takamio or De Blasio. I should say Friday InsWeb or not so much and actually went to school at Columbia University, starting in 2006. So I've really been here in sort of the rise and fall twice to some degree, went to Columbia ST in New York for the next decade plus and then move my family out of this town again in 2020 and back to the New Jersey suburbs. So in my own personal life, I've sort of follow the ups and downs of this city and hopefully got it out at the right times and in at the right times as well. And someone who has watched this city keenly with the eye of a dog. Devoted journalist and reporter is Seth Baron Seth is the managing editor of the Claremont Institute. The American Mind and full disclosure. I do some work on behalf of the Claremont Institute have contributed to the American mind as well. Before that he was at City Journal doing exceptional job making the work of writers like mine significantly better. And is the author of the new book, The Last Days of New York. Reporters True, Tell Seth Thanks thanks so much for coming on the program today. Oh, thank you, Ben. It's a pleasure. So New York has experienced as I noted, sort of dramatic rise from the ashes over the last 20 years and Under. I think it's fair to say, essentially a Marxist mayor. It threatens to waste all of those gains and essentially go back to the bad old days that preceded them. Does that generally cover the arc of things? More or less. I mean, in a thumbnail sketch, you know, I just want to point out. It's funny. Only last week, de Blasio was talking about that frees the bad old days. And he said the bad old days of New York were not the seventies and eighties, when when crime was soaring, he said the bad old days were actually the nineties and two thousands when crime was declining because people Because people's rights weren't respected and and and, and his definition of rights, of course, is people being able to loiter? Urinate on the streets have no cash Bail Policies Act with total impunity to riot and protest and take on the cops with no recourse whatsoever. Is that the general gist of it? I mean, I guess so. If you look at it, I mean, he seemed to be I think he was talking about, you know, soft questions for risk and broken windows policing And you know how that was really like. You know, Savage. Even though you know as you as you pointed out a crime, I mean crime crested murders Quested under Dinkins. And they talked 2000 year. And then under Giuliani and Bloomberg. They were driven down to 300 a year, maybe less, and now we're seeing it Start a sharp rise again. But Yeah. So that's that's the idea. Uh, you know, so the right the right to be safe on the streets, the right to take the subway not be slashed across the face that you know those rights don't really matter quite as much, I guess. And it's worth pointing out. I think just on an individual level what it means when a city goes from economic strengths and and relatively I mean by any big city standards, incredibly low violent crime rates and relative peace and prosperity that there used to be a day as you noted. First of all, Peepshow is graffiti everywhere. Crime on the violent crime on the subways and needles in the streets and all those sort of cliche images that we talk about, And this was not a safe city. This was a big, violent city and the kind of place where you would want to get out of late at night. You couldn't walk alone on the streets and we had, you know, a couple of decades of essentially the reversal of all those trends. And now within a very short period of time, we've reached the scenario where all of those quality of life issues are coming back to the fore and at a very micro level. One of the things that my family saw when we decided to get out of here during last year was literally that the city was putting drug addicts and former violent criminals in some cases, housing them homeless, former drug addicts and criminals and the like. And housing them in hotels and other buildings in residential neighborhoods in fine neighborhoods in Manhattan. So you run the risk if you had young Children of them being exposed to all of that anti social behavior to put it as diplomatically as possible. How is it that things have reversed so quickly in this town? And is it really just a dramatic percentage increase? In violent crime and all these other metrics by which we judge the livability of a city or on an absolute basis. Is there really something terrible going on here? Well, look, here's the thing. I mean, DiBlasio and some of his apologists have pointed out that you know crime is still much lower than it was. You know, even under some of the even under do we are the total murders. However, people don't live in a long term historical trend. They live with the experience of like the day to day. Velocity. Of you know how these indicators are moving. And right now they're being whipsawed by, you know practical like G forces as New York City sees, you know the fastest rate of acceleration of its crime. Primary. You know murders were up in 2020 38 40% shootings were up 100%. This year. So far, murders are up again, and that's on top of last year's increase. Shooting here again, Way up..

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"seth baron" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

08:15 min | 4 months ago

"seth baron" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Always talking to seth baron about his new book last days of new york and we're talking about what he calls the worst mayor in new york history bill de blasio so we see a lot of the silly things he says and the silly things you know the the minor things he does that are not the major contributors to the the sort of decline of new york but what are the objective measures of his administration Just complete incompetence competence and inability to pick up the trash failure to police the streets but defunding them or or not empowering officers to do their jobs. What are tangible things that are happening. That are making new york. Less nice to live in and visit saw okay. Public safety is one thing. There's been a series of new laws enacted at the state and local levels which yes handcuffed the police and make it very difficult for them to do their jobs The state has bail reform essentially eliminating the possibility of signing bale to people. Most people arranged. Now leave court and go back out on the streets immediately so nobody very few people are held in jail anymore There was a discovery reform. Meaning that All all witness information turned over to the defense almost immediately and this is chilled witness participation in criminal investigations the right to know law Gave may made that police when they're trying to search a suspect have to inform them that they don't have to consent to the search This is unique in america and basically it's allowed criminals to say. Oh well forget it. Then and then they walk away with their gun in their pocket A diaphragm law. Meaning that any police officer. A police officers can be prosecuted if they Supposedly lean on. Someone's chest while arresting them which could have struck their airflow elimination qualified qualified immunity which makes officers personally liable for a lawsuit during arrest if they you know it's it's it during the use of force if the erected you know considered injurious in some way or another there's been a whole series of of these types of Accidents which will make it very difficult for any future mayor to try to increase policing this is all baked. didn't now it's like codify chaos To blasier has made a huge effort to destroy education We do have some of the best public high schools in new york city and de. Oh and the rest of his His crew have eliminated standards. They now have Like there's a very good junior highschool lab school which is now said that they will no longer co teach advanced math. The idea is that nobody you know remember. There was no child left behind well. The the de blasio administration motto. No child gets ahead. Don't want any screen schools. They don't want any like different. You know every class should be the same They see it all as you know. Part of racial justice de blasio has sworn wealth. Redistribution is his primary goal. He said that he wants if he had his druthers he would control every square inch of real estate in the city and determine uses its purposes and who gets to live there. I mean i could go on. And on he's had a whole list of You know attacks. On small businesses stricter regulations raising the minimum wage to fifteen dollars. I mean that took place at the state level. Cuomo is all behind it You know so. A plenty of things that will make it You know homelessness refusal to deal with the homeless and mentally ill You know populating the streets of the city you know. I had a real estate firm in the late. Nineties and my favorite types of clients were corporate relocation folks who were coming from either san francisco or new york because They were leaving a four hundred thousand to a million dollar tiny little condo and you could buy a nice three to if not a four three and and some dirt and still be relatively close to the action and they were just blown away at what their dollars a could do in this community. I can't imagine going from where. I am in texas in houston Where our money goes so much further and relocating to new york. And that's why. I think most people everybody i know who lives in new york like yourself Manhattan's where they are where they've always been and they can't imagine anything else. I mean jim. African has five kids and they live in like thousand square foot place or twelve hundred square foot place and this is the guy who makes a lot of money in this tiny little space. But i don't think they'd live anywhere else. Everybody's got their choice. That's what makes america great got all types of people living all types of situations And you know. I'm not gonna look down to people. Who have you know a big house on a big run on a big lot. I mean that sounds great. In fact i can greater and greater You kind of talked yourself into that right there. Yeah i did But you know the whole thing with new york city. Is the public space right. We've got parts. The streets and people can tolerate living in cramped quarters if they have this precious public space that they can go and enjoy but the problem with de blasio and with the progressives have done They've taken the attitude that the worst thing to do is to arrest somebody so You know people can jump subway turnstiles and smoke in this in the in the in the subway cars and threatened people. They can sell drugs in the park. They can you know do all kinds of do drugs in the park Play loud music. Drink many people on the streets And this is what makes this is really where things get like sketchy because nobody quality of life is a super. I mean the the left like sneer at people who talk about quality of life and say things like oh go back to iowa i mean and they say this to people who were born here and have lived here for seventy years It's it's a very Scary and untenable way to run a city to allow miscreants and hooligans to base could take the vibe on the streets and that's what we're increasingly see happening if you don't have a big yard then you count on being able to go to the park and relax. I hope it's not the last days of new york. It's a historically a great american city But for now it. Sure looks like it. Seth baron from the american mind. The book is the last days of new york a reporters true available. Now thank you. Buddy is letting and good night..

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"seth baron" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:41 min | 4 months ago

"seth baron" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Or, you know any of these other people for the really outlandish stuff, they say and do, uh, politicians in New York City get completely way to make the most absurd claims and do the most absurd things. So yeah, that's that's another major. So do you think that New York pulls out of the salesman? I mean, this happened before. Obviously, New York was in worse straits even than it is now And as I mentioned in the late 19 seventies and went through a rough eighties, and then in the nineties, there was this kind of shocking recovery that occurred in New York. Do you think that's going to happen again? Or is this as you say, the last days of New York? Are we watching a sort of slow motion death spiral because people have the option to move out? And because partisan polarization has grown so wide Well, that's really the key. Uh, can New York revitalized the central business district? Can New York re attract 65 million tourists a year? Uh, that's you know, that's hard to say. A lot of it begins with public safety. You know, our company's gonna feel comfortable bringing their employees back in to take the subway when there's people wandering around stabbing other people in the face? Uh, are tourists going to want to come and see a show in times? The stock exchange doesn't have to stay in New York if they just if the radicals decided to put in stop transfer taxes, companies can let their high paid employees work from, you know Georgia or Texas or Florida or wherever low tax states that have a higher quality of life. So you know, it's a good question. Let's put it that way. Well, the book is the last days of New Yorker reporters True tale, Seth. Thanks so much for joining the show that Seth Baron Thank you, Ben. Get.

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"seth baron" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

05:27 min | 4 months ago

"seth baron" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Baron, managing editor of the American Mind, a publication of the Claremont Institute is a brand new book out, titled The Last Days of New York Reporters True Tale in which he explores how New York has been basically hollowed out, said Thanks so much for joining the show. I really appreciate it. Thanks, Ben. I'm glad to be here. So let's talk about your new book. Obviously, we have seen New York mayoral candidates debating just a couple of nights ago. And it is kind of astonishing How every single one of those candidates with the exception I believe of Milo, Maya Wiley. Ran headlong away from legacy Bill de Blasio. All of them are attempting to separate themselves from de Blasio. The two front runners in that race are a former cop who is a Brooklyn borough president and Andrew Yang and both of them are running on a platform of stronger law enforcement. Why is that happening? What's happening in New York? Well, I mean, we've seen crime shooting up faster than it's ever happened in a year over year period, the streets are a mess. Homelessness is out of control. You know, the city is suffering. People are not that happy with the older Blasio. So it makes sense that the candidates are not racing to embrace him. So what is that? They're the long term secular trends that you've uncovered in looking at at New York that really hollowed it out. Because I'm down here in Florida. We're getting expatriates from New York all the time. We're seeing businesses move out of New York City. Andrew Cuomo was forced to recently admit that if he continues to raise taxes, then people are just going to continue to flee the state. What are the trends that we're seeing in New York that have turned it from what was basically a pretty fantastic place, even 15 or 20 years ago into a place that it seems, is now turning into a place that Kurt Russell wants to escape? Sure, you know my argument is that Bill de Blasio You know, there are mayors in New York City's history who are considered to be really bad, but they inherited a bad situation. Bill de Blasio inherited a good situation. New York was prosperous and safe when he came in, and he's managed to steer the ship into a wall. Essentially, um, you know, part of the problem is that he was completely owned. And, uh, you know, all of his allegiances were to the public sector unions that run New York. He is committed to a Ideology of, uh, you know, basically the social justice ideology of The principle that there's massive wealth inequality that needs to be addressed racial inequity, So he's just gone wholeheartedly along this line. Uh, decarceration decriminalization. You know the idea that any kind of disparity in an outcome is necessarily caused by, um you know, racism, essentially in white supremacy. So, Seth, what drove the city to this? What was just the prosperity that that had accompanied the city for a while. And people forgot what happens in New York in the seventies and eighties, And it is kind of astonishing how New York went right back to the same. Well, they got them drunk in the sixties. Because in the in the forties and fifties, when New York was this massive growing urban place that there was the sense that set in almost entitlement, and John Lindsay's mayoralty demonstrated that you could blow out the spending and completely wrecked the city. And by the end of the seventies, the Bronx was burning and New York had to sort of take a second look at itself. By the nineties, the crime rate had risen so far, the Rudy Giuliani was elected to office is New York about to undergo the same sort of thing. It seems like it is, you know Bloomberg was a good mayor, but we can't forget that he didn't really get. He was pro business and he was good on public safety, but he did not get a grip. On New York's insane spending. In fact, he kind of encouraged it. De Blasio came in. And while DLLee expanded hiring, he expanded the budget. And then he went public safety. Go to, you know, go to hell. Basically, the problem now is that many of these changes are more or less permanent. They're they're built in. City No longer has the population had had when Bloomberg was elected, Uh, you know, In a sense, the the politicians have elected a new people by driving people out going down to Florida or upstate or Wherever they can go, and so who's left is whoever can tolerate being you know, having the city be run by leftist ideologues and nonprofit organizations and, you know Essentially a eight a built in bureaucratic coterie of hard core leftists. The book is the last days of New York reporters through Tell the author of Seth Baron. So Seth, one of the things that I've noticed, is this vast and emerging gap between the media coverage of political figures in New York and the sort of the sort of sweet treatment that people like Alexandra Ocasio Cortez received. And the city wide popularity of these politicians, it seems like AOC is popular in her in her district, which is an incredibly radical far left district. But her policies are not popular across the broad state of New York. And yet because of the media coverage, people like Chuck Schumer running in fear of people like AOC. Um, you know, we it's It's the same problem that we see on the national level, which is that we have a lot of reporters who you know, are fairly young. They don't necessarily have a great deal of context, and they come to their jobs with the perspective that they are activists and advocates. So you don't see a lot of people calling out AOC de Blasio..

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"seth baron" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"seth baron" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"In the county that encompasses Kenosha, Wisconsin, kind of jazz only 100,000 residents, but The county board in Kenosha has beseeched the governor to send in thousands of National Guardsmen because of the violence last night. It was somewhat different than nights before there was still vandalism that was still arson. There was still looting taking place. But this time you had black lives matter. Supporters joined with Antifa, both of them believe in the Second Amendment. They carry weapons, a K 40 seven's. They carry handguns. Then you had white militia groups that said, We've got to protect the property. We've got to go in there and stop the arson and they brought their weapons, so his video of them facing off in the streets No cops around. No National Guardsmen around. It's like it could be New York, right? So you can imagine out the difficult track your Ege and Rudy didn't get to it. We ran out of time is What do you do when you have all these factions showing up and they legally able to carry in their states openly brandish assault weapons handguns? Facing off with one another talking trash. It's and you're there is a sheriff, Police officer, National Guardsmen. Do you just try to take their weapons away? What? What? That boy. You talk about a tense situation. Oh, it's it's horrible. It's horrible for the law enforcement folks who are gonna have to get into this situation where? Who knows if they're going to be shot? And then if they shoot somebody because they're a weapon is being aimed at them. Then all of a sudden they're going to get yelled at and, you know, crucified. Let's hope the governor Wisconsin and Madison wakes up in the sense in those additional National Guardsmen. They need tohave. They need to have a curfew and enforce it strictly, and that's the beginning. They have the curfew, but they can't enforce it. They're overwhelmed. Now, second, this story that we've talked about which I'm going to continue to flesh out. They've got a great belly laugh from The greatest U. S. Attorney prosecutor of the Mafia in the history of the Justice Department. Rudy I introduced them to the story That's in today's post By Seth Baron. Great piece. He writes normally for The City Journal about how the public advocate Germany, Williams, who, if he could probably would be in Kenosha right now, with Antifa and black lives matter, joining them. Is living on the military base. Fort Hamilton, which is from what I know the only garrison base in all of New York City, where you have no, it's right there, right at the tip of what Brooklyn right underneath the Verrazano Bridge, So as you're going from book on Staten Island, you can see it. Oh, yeah, okay. Big base military personnel. He's living on the grounds, which means he's got to go through the security checkpoint. And I say, based on the history of what U. S attorneys have done before, and that's why Rudy was laughing. I said, Rudy, do you think he's cooperating? Or he's giving information to the feds while in the Fort at night he wasn't going to go there. But he said he doesn't know if he can go there. So that suggests to me that maybe just in the capacity of a former mayor. He doesn't want to get into that. The left set a lot. The lab said. I am banking on that, because out of all the places this guy could live, he could live anywhere. Why would you live in a U. S military compound? An Activia garish in when you want to abolish the military, abolish the police and abolish persons. It would suggest Did you coming there at nights and nobody can see you as you provide information to those that are trying to get cooperation from you on on the premises. That makes sense, actually, Curtis, but I mean, you are skate yours. This is some serious speculations. Serious speculation that could get guy. Let's hope thatyou money talks speaks about dish A very unusual place for him to have his home anyway, will continue on with this, but up next The empty a. The money taking agency. What a disaster. One man with a hammer. Is Bush hammer time? Right? The hamam every day, apparently on the 17 busting out windows, and they act like there's nothing that they.

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"seth baron" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"seth baron" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"You want truth you demand. This is the Brian Kilmeade show. There's plenty of money in this world. There's plenty of money in this country is just in the wrong hands as president, I will take on the wealthy. I will take on the big corporations, I will not rest until this government serves working people as mayor of the largest city in America. I've done just that credit and guy, Donald Trump must be stopped. I've beaten him before and I will do it again. Royal de Blasios. I'm running for president because it's time we put working people versus right? Look out Joe Biden. He's coming for you. Six foot seven inch mayor de Blasio who, by the way, he will rest until everything is done, all he does is rest. Joining us now is Seth baron societas city journal and project director of the New York City initiative at the Manhattan institute. Knows the Bosnian studying his work, and I use that word work. Loosely is the mayor gonna win. Well, you know, he's certainly off to a great start. Isn't he Brian? No, I don't think he will win. But I'm not sure he's looking to win. I think you have to if you look at to Blasios history, this is a guy who, who is trucks heard his mayoralty and his campaigning as a pay to play operation. So basically, he's a middleman between his donors and his consultants. He's not. He doesn't campaign to win. He runs in order to fundraise. So he needs a new campaign anew contribution vehicle like if you're a bag man, you need a bag. So. But you can't use that for yourself. You pay your. No, I'm not saying paying himself he wants to he has consultants who you know, essentially put him where he is. And he's paying then and maybe he'll get it on the back end. He what do you think for those people listening around the country, even carried by WABC, w RCN people stations all across the country? What could you tell? How do you describe this mayor? Well, he's, he's known for being lazy. He goes to the gym every day at about nine or ten AM, when most New Yorkers are hard at work. He takes armed convoys there and back. It's eleven miles each way through Manhattan, and Brooklyn. Many says he needs to do this, because he's a neighborhood guy, and this is what keeps him in touch with the people, keep some rooted. So that's kind of metality. He has that going to the gym in mid morning is like, you know, his his way of reaching out, you know, the city under him has, you know, I'm not gonna say it's going to hell. But that's because, you know, we have a very strong economy which he has nothing to do with, but the, the subways are filthy, homelessness. The mentally ill are, you know, essentially taking over the streets. He's decriminalized urine public urination and fair beating he decriminalized marijuana smoking, the, and I tell you the cops hate him. And the governor hates him. He's not a popular guy. He's not even popular among the people who voted for him only seventeen percent of New Yorkers thought it was a good idea for him to run for president. And whatever he's ventured out into the hinterlands to, you know promote himself. It's an it's a fought. Hey, the he was asked that very question on GM. Let's listen, there's a call about a month ago Quinnipiac poll showed seventy.

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"seth baron" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"seth baron" Discussed on KTRH

"Have automatically Princeton front of his name only if the Queen decides to give him a title he isn't born with a title. He's her eighth grade grand job talk that they may go with a more nontraditional name. But any name is understanding any name. They come up with has to be approved by the Queen. She gets the final she gets the final thumbs up or thumbs down. So if they're thinking they're going to go with Jaden. Might not it might not fly. Well, he's royalty. That's right. Seven twenty three. Now, your NewsRadio seven forty KTAR age all rights. We ready for another hat going in the rain for the democrat. Tommy candidates. We up to now Bill de Blasio New York City's mayor of wants to run Seth baron right for the city journal about Bill Blasi. I don't think he's a big fan Bill. De Blasio is a mayor who has one consistently on very low turnout driven mostly by the public sector unions, and the professional nonprofit class mostly funded by the city he has expanded spending in the city by twenty billion dollars per year from seventy two to ninety two billion dollars this year largely funded by the stock market and Wall Street, which he detests Bill de Blasios news saying his motto is there's plenty of money in this country. It's just in the wrong hands. But I think we know whose hands belongs but Phil's driving force behind decriminalizing public urination in New York City. That's right. Yes. Decriminalizing public urination decriminalizing fair beating decriminalizing there wanna smoking all of which have contributed to a Klein, and you know, public public order. I think you would say we're not quite at the level of San Francisco yet with feces littering every sidewalk, right? We might be getting there soon in the subways are a real mess. You sounds like a great candidate doesn't he with the Democrats made seven twenty four your NewsRadio seven forty K T R HR like to talk about Brickman this coming very handy. I suggest you jot.

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"seth baron" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"seth baron" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Friend. Rush limbaugh. Weekdays at noon on talk radio. Six eighty WCBS. Who commits most of the world extremist violence. White supremacist. Last week, the New York Times this is from city journal, Seth baron. Featured an illustrated timeline of white extremists killings of the last nine years with lines demonstrating citation and affiliation. Among the killers code into the times the record shows an informal global network of white extremists violent acts are current with greater frequency in the west. Now, this is the city journal the idea the white supremacist violence is a growing global threat has gained more currency recently. Notably in the wake of the ghastly Christ's church. Mosque massacre when avowed white nationalist murdered fifty Muslims, you're congresswoman Alexandria, customer tests, for instance, asserted that white supremacists. Committed the largest number of extremist killings in twenty seventeen no one will deny racial hatred and evil ideology, and that people who killing the name of white supremacy committee. But are the New York Times a court has correct? The white extremists are increasingly sewing worldwide mayhem. The evidence suggests otherwise even a superficial glance at the record indicates that the nearly twenty thousand people killed in thousands of extremist killings in two thousand seventeen white supremacists were responsible for very few. The worst terrorist vintage twenty seventeen according to the State Department was the explosion of a truck bomb outside the safari hotel Mogadishu Somalia which killed more than five hundred and eighty people. This violent act is believed to have been the work of Al Shabaab, which was responsible for ninety seven percent of the three hundred seventy instances of extremist killings in Somalia twenty seventeen accounting for fourteen hundred deaths mostly civilian. The remaining violent acts. There were carried out by Java, east Africa ISIS, Somalia. Dissonant al-shabaab.

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"seth baron" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"seth baron" Discussed on KTRH

"Looks John smarts. It all up. Mark Levin radio show. Commits most of the world's extremist violence. White supremacists. Last week, the New York Times this is from city journal, Seth baron. Featured an illustrated timeline of white extremists killings of the last nine years with lines demonstrating citation and affiliation. Among the killers Conan to the times. The record shows an informal global network of white extremists violent acts are currying with greater frequency in the west. Now, this is the city journal the idea the white supremacist violence is a growing global threat is gained more currency recently. Notably in the wake of the ghastly Christ's church. Mosque massacre when an avowed white nationalist murdered fifty Muslims near congresswoman Alexandria castle. Tests, for instance, asserted that white supremacists. Committed the largest number of extremist killings in twenty seventeen. No one will deny that racial hatred is an evil ideology, and that people who killing the name of white supremacy committee evil. But are the New York Times in a caution Cortez? Correct. The white extremists are increasingly sewing worldwide mayhem. The evidence suggests otherwise even a superficial glance at the record indicates that of the nearly twenty thousand people killed in thousands of extremists killings in two thousand seventeen white supremacists were responsible for very few. The worst terrorist seventeen. According to the State Department was the explosion of a truck bomb outside the safari hotel Mogadishu Somalia which killed more than five hundred and eighty people. This violent act is believed to have been the work of Al Shabaab, which was responsible for ninety seven percent of the three hundred seventy instances of extremist killings in Somali twenty seventeen accounting for fourteen hundred deaths mostly civilian. The remaining violent acts. There were carried out by Java, east Africa.

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"seth baron" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"seth baron" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Supremacists. This week the New York Times this is from city journal, Seth baron. Featuring an illustrated timeline of white extremists killings of the last nine years with lines demonstrating citation and affiliation. Among the killers cone into the times the record shows an informal global network of white extremists violent acts are current with greater frequency in the west. Now, this is the city journal the idea the white supremacist violence is a growing global threat has gained more currency recently. Notably in the wake of the ghastly Christ's church Mosk massacre when avowed white nationalist murdered fifty Muslims. You're congresswoman Alexandria tests, for instance, asserted that white supremacists. Committed the largest number of extremist killings in twenty seventeen nor will deny that racial hatred and evil ideology, and that people who kill in the name of white supremacy committee. But are the New York Times a Cortez? Correct. The white extremists are increasingly sewing worldwide mayhem. The evidence suggests otherwise even a superficial glance at the record indicates that of the nearly twenty thousand people killed in thousands of extremist killings in two thousand seventeen white supremacists were responsible for very few. The worst terrorist event twenty seventeen according to the State Department was the explosion of a truck bomb outside the safari hotel Mogadishu Ssemaala which killed more than five hundred and eighty people. This violent act is believed to have been the work of al-shabaab, which was responsible for ninety seven percent of the three hundred seventy instances of extremist killings in Somalia twenty seventeen accounting for fourteen hundred deaths mostly civilian. The remaining violent acts. There were carried out by Java, east Africa.

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"seth baron" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"seth baron" Discussed on KTOK

"Commits most of the world's extremist violence. White supremacists. Last week, the New York Times this is from city journal, Seth baron. Featured an illustrated timeline of white extremists killings of the last nine years with lines demonstrating citation and affiliation. Among the killers cone into the times the record shows an informal global network of white extremists whose violent acts are currying with greater frequency in the west. Now, this is the city journal the idea the white supremacist violence is a growing global threat is gained more currency recently. Notably in the wake of the ghastly Christ's church. Mosque massacre when an avowed white nationalist murdered fifty Muslims near congresswoman Alexandria castle quite test, for instance, asserted that white supremacists. Committed the largest number of extremist killings in twenty seventeen. No one will deny that racial hatred is an evil ideology, and that people who kill in the name of white supremacy committee. But are the New York Times in a caution Cortez? Correct. The white extremists are increasingly sewing worldwide mayhem. The evidence suggests otherwise even a superficial glance at the record indicates that of the nearly twenty thousand people killed in thousands of extremists killings in two thousand seventeen white supremacists were responsible for very few. The worst terrorist seventeen. According to the State Department was the explosion of a truck bomb outside the safari hotel. Mogadishu sa- Malia which killed more than five hundred and eighty people. This violent act is believed to have been the work of al-shabaab, which was responsible for ninety seven percent of the three hundred seventy instances of extremist killings in Somali twenty seventeen accounting for fourteen hundred deaths mostly civilian. The remaining violent acts. There were carried out by Java, east Africa ISIS,.

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"seth baron" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"seth baron" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"To Mark Levin on KFI AM seven nine days Tucson's. Most stimulating talk. Who commits most of the world's extremist violence. White supremacist. Last week, the New York Times this is from city journal, Seth baron. Featuring an illustrated timeline of white extremists killings of the last nine years with lines demonstrating citation and affiliation. Among the killers Conan to the times the record shows an informal global network of white extremists whose violent acts are currying with greater frequency in the west. Now, this is the city journal the idea the white supremacist violence is a growing global threat has gained more currency recently. Notably. In the wake of the ghastly Christ Church. Mosque massacre when an avowed white nationalist murdered fifty Muslims near congresswoman Alexandria, customer court tests, for instance, asserted that white supremacists. Committed the largest number of extremist killings in two thousand seventeen no one will deny that racial hatred is an evil ideology, and that people who kill in the name of white supremacy committee evil. But are the New York Times in a caution Cortez? Correct. The white extremists are increasingly sewing worldwide mayhem. The evidence suggests otherwise even a superficial glance at the record indicates that of the nearly twenty thousand people killed in thousands of extremists killings in two thousand seventeen white supremacists were responsible for very few. The worst terrorist event twenty seventeen according to the State Department was the explosion of a truck bomb outside the safari hotel Mogadishu Somalia which killed more than five hundred and eighty people. This violent act is believed to have been the work of Al Shabaab, which was responsible for ninety seven percent of the three hundred and seventy instances of extremist killings in Somalian 2017 accounting for fourteen hundred deaths mostly civilian. The remaining violent acts. There were carried out by Java, east Africa ISIS, Somalia. A dissident al-shabaab splinter group. I want to go on with this. We make no defense. No defense for racists of any sort. We want to get to the bottom of these facts..

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"seth baron" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"seth baron" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Who commits most of the world's extremist violence. White supremacists. Last week, the New York Times this is from city journal, Seth baron. Featuring an illustrated timeline of white extremists killings of the last nine years with lines demonstrating citation and affiliation. Among the killers Conan to the times the record shows an informal global network of white extremists whose violent acts are currying with greater frequency in the west. Now, this is the city journal the idea the white supremacist violence is a growing global threat is gained more currency recently. Notably. In the wake of the ghastly Christ Church. Mosque massacre when an avowed white nationalist murdered fifty Muslims near congresswoman Alexandria castle court tests, for instance, asserted that white supremacists. Committed the largest number of extremist killings in two thousand seventeen no one will deny that racial hatred is an evil ideology, and that people who kill in the name of white supremacy committee evil. But are the New York Times in a costly court test, correct? The white extremists are increasingly sewing worldwide mayhem. The evidence suggests otherwise even a superficial glance at the record indicates that the nearly twenty thousand people killed in thousands of extremists killings in two thousand seventeen white supremacists were responsible for very few. The worst terrorist event twenty seventeen according to the State Department was the explosion of a truck bomb outside the safari hotel Mogadishu Somalia which killed more than five hundred and eighty people. This violent act is believed to have been the work of Al Shabaab, which was responsible for ninety seven percent of the three hundred seventy instances of extremist killings in Somalian 2017 accounting for fourteen hundred deaths mostly civilian. The remaining violent acts. There were carried out by Java, east Africa ISIS, Somalia. A dissident. Al Shabaab splinter group. I want to go on with this. We make no defense. No defense for racists of any sort. We want to get to the bottom of these facts. Who is doing the most killings terrorists.

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"seth baron" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"seth baron" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Most of the world's extremist violence. White supremacists. Last week, the New York Times this is from city journal, Seth baron. Featured an illustrated time line of white extremists killings of the last nine years with lines demonstrating citation and affiliation. Among the killers code into the times the record shows and inform. Global network of white extremists violent acts are current with greater frequency in the west. Now, this is the city journal the idea the white supremacist violence is a growing global threat has gained more currency recently. Notably in the wake of the ghastly Christ's church. Mosque massacre when avowed white nationalist murdered fifty Muslims near congresswoman Alexandria quotas. For instance, asserted that white supremacist committed the largest number of extremist killings in twenty seventeen no one will deny that racial hatred and evil ideology, and that people who kill in the name of white supremacy committee. But are the New York Times in a caution Cortez? Correct. The white extremists are increasingly sewing worldwide mayhem. The evidence suggests otherwise even a superficial glance at the record indicates that of the nearly twenty thousand people killed in thousands of extremist killings and twenty seventeen white supremacists were responsible for very few. The worst terrorist event twenty seventeen according to the State Department was the explosion of a truck bomb outside the safari hotel Mogadishu Ssemaala which killed more than five hundred and eighty people. This violent act is believed to have been the work of al-shabaab, which was responsible for ninety seven percent of the three hundred seventy instances of extremist killings in Somalia twenty seventeen accounting for fourteen hundred deaths mostly civilian. The remaining violent acts. There were carried out by Java east Africa, ISIS.

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"seth baron" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

06:53 min | 3 years ago

"seth baron" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Two. Platonic ring of fire right there. Boy, I'll tell you something which talking about Jeff Bezos head of Masan worth one hundred thirty plus billion with a B hundred thirty plus billion dollars. So he apparently they're getting divorced, and it's an amicable divorce with his wife MacKenzie, and now she's dating who did you say, he's dating. All right. So this woman is Lawrence Sanchez, quite the colorful history here. She apparently was married to former NFL player whereas Tony Gonzalez as she has a teenage son from that first marriage. She was dating a Hollywood mogul, Matthew. What is this Patrick white cell? He's a Hollywood talent mogul, she's a former TV anchor for FOX's good day LA, quite an attractive woman forty nine she's also a helicopter pilot. Apparently, she got to know bazo through her husband. NFL tonic dinner at Redmond. Be the couple this. Patrick Lauren had socialized with Jeff Bezos and his wife for a few years. They have houses in Seattle. And then listen to this Lauren was hired to work on one of Jeff Bezos projects, blue origin. A space launch company has a helicopter pilot. She had been shooting aerial shots for bazo. Well, now, my platonic friend does not have a helicopter. She's not a pilot. I'm not hiring her for any projects. So man now, apparently, although they've been separated basis in MacKenzie for about a year, and then Jeff and Lauren apparently started dating apparently this woman is also separated from her husband. So I guess McCain. I guess the Japanese will soon to be ex wife is well aware situation. However, Washington being a community property state meeting divorcing couples without an existing agreement split their assets. Fifty fifty Frank give MRs basis on a family, please. Divi to into one hundred thirty seven Josh. Oh my gosh. Yeah. Man, joking. And we wish them all the best. And I'd like to amicable they're not screaming at each other via the media. You know, Dr Keith apple will join us momentarily after out does the news. I mean, I'm nationally as Keith about the whole relationship thing. It's it's such a it's a minefield. It's a minefield, by the way, you know. What's the adage, Frankie? Fibro always tell you. What would he do? It would any relationship you with your first wife. Bingo, stay with you first way. Because you know, what you think I'll go here all a never works out. It's all it's gonna seem great at first. All this is so exciting. Nope. You're gonna go right back to where you were you. I you know, what was happier before could have been and stay with your first way. Clean. The only good thing is you have beautiful children. And so like like like, I always look at my kids. I always think I always thankful to their mothers for blessing me with such beautiful children. Danielle D Martinez. A booth will join us Seth baron assembly member, Nicole Malet Tackett, do we get we take off for two weeks. Or ten days. Do we get paid? Now. We do we actually we already have the paid vacation shitty. We do. I did. I know idea. Thank you. So that's one of the problems with this legislation is most companies if they can afford to offer their employees paid vacation they do. Right. So the the companies that this is really going to hurt our small business. So can't afford to offer paid vacation to their employees. There's very few ogre like employers of six seven eight people that say, oh where we can afford to give all of you paid vacation. But we're just not doing it. They want businesses in New York City want to attract the best talent that there is around the world, especially small businesses. So if they can offer an incentive for paid vacations, they do all this is going to do is take businesses that can't afford to offer paid vacation paid personal time. They're calling it and make an mandate. That they do. So what's going to happen small businesses and mid sized businesses are not going to be able to afford to? So wait a second. If you let's say you work for a small company of ten fifteen employees, right? Or let's say it's twenty employees, and you never take vacation. So you work fifty two weeks straight, and that person has to pay you. If you take two weeks off the person was still paying you fifty two weeks. Anyway, what's the difference? In another words, if you never took vacation at this company, you'd still be getting paid the guy the employer would have to pay you every week. No matter what the difference is the employer now has to hire someone to fill your shoes for two weeks. The bottom line is this guys don't dictate to me how to run my business from the government can't do anything except for the military, the United States military. God bless him. I'm the government. Can't do anything right there. Bungling? I know if you want to slow up, you're like deal with the United States government. I'm the deal with the local government deal with the state government. It's people who cannot get real jobs in the real world go to work for the government. And God bless them. They have to make living. I understand that. But you give it to talk to the IRS. Jeff have got to talk to the State Department of taxation you ever tried to talk to do we get a do? We have any voice in the tolls in when we go through in and out of New York with any what we have nothing to say, they just use us as a just as the our backs they will put tax after-tax after tax, and it's it's disingenuous and it's wrong for a politician to tell the small businessperson. What to do? Let me go to Eddie before we break. He's been holding for awhile. Good morning. Eddie, welcome to the show. Happy new year. What's on your mind this morning? My friend. Thanks, joe. I wanted to find out I read that the members of congress still get paid either. Even though there's a shutdown. Yeah. Great question. We're gonna I'll check that out. I'm not sure. But I think they are. I think they are. And then I heard somebody saying, oh, Donald Trump. Got a raise Don Trump. So taking a salary. I mean, I think they're like talk about derangement syndrome, the Eddie, you're right on the money any buddy in Washington that is Representative should not get health and benefits should not get any perks should not get paid. You wanna shut down and should be law. It should be law. If you're gonna call for shutdown you should not get a dime. And you know, I don't know how much of those people that we need. How many of those government workers really do we need? But you know, there are a lot of them that do have families are waiting for. You know, they live check by check paycheck by paycheck. Don't NF if causes shut down then you don't get paid. And I know for a fact, you know, and you know, that to the president is not the Big Joe Piscopo on the radio, Keith I blow. Oh, you don't wanna miss getting into with Keith AB blow and then genie's angels. Gonna join us this morning as well. Eight seven seven nine seven twenty nine ninety nine Frankie five boroughs in the house. Big altitude low standing by right now with the headline news just for us on AM nine hundred seventy the answer..

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