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"seth baroness" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

07:51 min | 5 months ago

"seth baroness" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Piece that appeared in the american mind in february begins a curious turn of phrase has slipped into discourse over the last few years references to quote unquote our democracy. Turn up all the time lately. And even though a computer search shows that the phrases popped up now and then since at least the nineteen twenties its usage has increased a lot recently. It's something that many people probably haven't noticed and it certainly innocuous enough. Our democracy hardly seems fraught with controversy after all. We all have a stake in the political system and it sounds like a nice way to describe the republic. The common thing we share on the other hand it's striking to notice who uses the phrase. Why should you care. That's the reason we're talking to to south barron. He's the author of the peace which we've posted to the blog entitled. What is our democracy when the left claims something is. There's they mean it. He's a writer and managing editor at the american mind. An author of the upcoming book last days of new york which will hit in. may seth. Why should we be concerned with the term our democracy. What does this mean. well you know just looking at it neutrally We shouldn't really be concerned about it at all. I mean it is something that you know. Presumably we all share in common the republic. Something that that hours. But i don't know if anyone else has noticed as but over the last couple of years especially since trump came into office we hear a lot about attacks on our democracy and then after the capitol hill riot in. You know in january. You know the so-called insurrection. We heard it being talked about all the time as a direct attack on our democracy and of course we heard this throughout the russia investigation that the russians were Imperilling the elections and at stolen the elections and there was another attack on our democracy And it's just a curious thing that you only hear this from the left named people. Oc says that he lon omar says it Basically everyone all the democrats pecos and i was thinking about it and it and it seemed like when they're talking about our democracy they really mean it said it's democracy anything that Date kind of having a sense of ownership and like a proprietary relationship to Basically you know what you might call the regime like what what's going on in the country right now and so anything that opposes. It is really an attack on them. Something yesterday and i don't remember who wrote it but it was talking about how what we've witnessed over the last few months and really over the last year with the pandemic is this glamorization glorification of government as a comforter a caretaker as as we go into our individual decline of of poor health financially and physically and this idea that the government is powerful. Is that what you think. They mean by. Our democracy is really our government. I you know. I think you're onto something there and it's funny because it speaks to something. I noticed yesterday The new senate The boy senator. From georgia jon ossoff. He tweeted out. he's like well. Thanks to the voters of georgia. The senate has just passed the most generous you know bailout or recovery act or whatever they call it one point nine trillion dollars and i thought it was so funny that he said he called it generous generosity indicate that someone is giving something that his to someone else out of the goodness of his heart and presumably if something that will affect him. The idea that a senator is being generous or is that the senate is being generous to the american people by you know issuing two trillion dollars worth of debt in our name. It really spoke to the perverse way. In which the left views the people and the left views the government. It's exactly what you were just saying This isn't jon. Ossoff some money. He's not being generous. The senate's not being generous. It's not generous to spend other people's money So yeah it's a very strange Relationship exactly like benefactor supplicant about that By angelo famously. Said when someone tells you who they are believed them. There is the the old greek notion that the word logos which meant law and language gives us such an insight into into what we mean by how we say it this language. The washington post used. The word set said. The biden plan was showering money on the american people. As if it was cleansing in healthy and happy and virtuous it's a very disturbing set of terms when in fact they're actually just returning people's money to them. But i think your point is the language. These people are using is attempting to co-opt the very concept of government from being that which all of us share to that which their tribe shares and their actions reflect. Exactly that mentality. i couldn't say i couldn't have said it better. And especially the ideas of showering. It's really like like a king You know throwing coins from his balcony. That the that's literally the way they see it that they are dispensing the booze And what what it means is that we need to be grateful and and obey their. There's i mean an and in the context i mean normally. I guess you could say oh. That's just political rhetoric but given everything that's happened in the country over the last year. It's it's actually kind of frightening. I think it is an and it. It's sort of reflects a consistency of thought and vision. That should disturb people because these are not conclusions. They are arriving at separately. It is as if they are reading from the same talking points and that should concern people. a great deal. This is a wonderfully written piece seth. I'm an unfortunately up against a break We're going to have you back Seth baroness associated claremont institute. And i got to say we've never had a bad guests from the claremont institute we've posted the peace and we'll have back to talk about his upcoming book.

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"seth baroness" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

07:34 min | 5 months ago

"seth baroness" Discussed on 600 WREC

"A piece that appeared in the American mind in February begins. A curious turn of phrase has slipped into discourse over the last few years. References to quote unquote. Our democracy turn up all the time lately, And even though a computer search shows that the phrase has popped up now and then since at least the 19 twenties Its usage has increased a lot recently. It's something that many people probably haven't noticed, and it's certainly innocuous enough. Our democracy hardly seems fraught with controversy. After all, we all have a stake in the political system, and it sounds a lot like a nice way to describe the republic the common thing we share. On the other hand, it's striking to notice who uses the phrase. Why should you care? That's the reason we're talking to sit to Seth Baron. He's the author of the piece, which we posted to the block entitled. What is our Democracy? When the left claims something is theirs. They mean it. He's a writer and managing editor at the American Mind and an author of the upcoming book Last Days of New York, which will hit in May. Seth. Why should we be concerned with the term our democracy? What does this mean? Well, you know, just looking at it, Neutrally. We shouldn't really be concerned about it all. I mean, it is something that You know, presumably, we all share in common. It's the Republic. It's something that ours. But I don't know if anyone else is notices but over the last couple of years, especially since Trump came into office We hear a lot about attacks on our democracy. And then after the Capitol Hill, the riot and you know, in January, you know the so called insurrection. We heard it being talked about all the time as a direct attack on our democracy. And of course, we heard this throughout the Russia. Investigations that The Russians were, you know, imperiling the elections and had stolen the elections. And there was another attack on our democracy on bits. Just a curious thing that you only hear this from the left. Napi. Pelosi says that you on Omar says it Ah! Basically everyone all the Democrats repeat us. And I was thinking about it and and it seemed like When they're talking about our democracy. They really mean is that it? It's Today or democracy. Anything that I mean, they kind of have a sense of ownership. And like a proprietary relationship. Two Ah! Basically, you know what you might call the regime like what? What's going on in the country right now. And so anything that opposes it is really an attack on them. You know so that something yesterday and I don't remember who wrote it? But it was talking about how What we've witnessed over the last few months and really over the last year with the pendant pandemic is this glamorization and glorification of government as a comforter, a caretaker Aziz. We go into our individual decline of poor health financially and physically, and this idea that the government is powerful. Is that what you think they mean by our democracy is really our government. You know, I think you're onto something there and it's funny because it speaks to something I noticed yesterday. The new Senate, the boy's senator from Georgia, John off Sof. He tweeted out. He's like, well, thanks to the voters of Georgia. The Senate has just passed. The most generous You know, bail out or Recovery Act or whatever they call it $1.9 trillion, and I thought it was so funny that, he said. He called it generous. Generosity indicates that Someone is giving something that his to someone else. Out of the goodness of his heart. And presumably, it's something that will affect him. Um The idea that a senator is being generous. Is that the Senate and being generous to the American people? Bye. You know, issuing $2 trillion worth of debt. In our name. It really spoke to the Reverse. Way in which Left. Views the people and the left views the government It's exactly what you were just saying, This isn't John all soft money. He's not being generous. Set of topping generous, generous to spend other people's money. Um, So yeah, it's a very strange relationship it exactly. It's like benefactor. Supplicant. You know anything about that? Angela Maya Angelo. Famously said, when someone tells you who they are, believe them. There is the old Greek notion that the word logos which meant law and language gives us such an insight into into what we mean by how we say it this language, The Washington Post. Used. The words said the Biden plan was showering money on the American people. As if it was cleansing and healthy and happy and virtuous. It's a very disturbing set of terms when in fact, they're actually just returning people's money. To them. I think your point is the language these people are using is attempting to co opt the very concept of government from being that which all of us share To that which their tribe shares and their actions reflect exactly that mentality. I couldn't say I couldn't have said it better and especially this idea that of showering. It's really like like a king. You know, throwing coins from his balcony. That the that's literally the way they see it that they are dispensing the booms. Um and what it what it means is that we need to be grateful. And and obey. There's I mean, in the context. I mean, normally, I guess you could just say, Oh, that's just political rhetoric. Given everything that's happened in the country over the last year. It's actually kind of frightening. I think it is in in it. It's sort of reflects a consistency of thought and vision that should disturb people. Because these air, not conclusions they are arriving at separately. It is as if they are reading from the same talking points. And that should concern people of great deal. This is a wonderfully written piece, Seth. Unfortunately, up against the break, we're going to have you back. Seth Baroness is associate with the Claremont Institute. I got to say we've never had a bad guest from the Claremont Institute. We posted the piece and we'll have him back to talk about his upcoming book Last days of New York. Very soon..

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"seth baroness" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

02:37 min | 5 months ago

"seth baroness" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"So yeah it's very strange Relationship is exactly. It's like benefactor to supplicant. My angelo famously. Said when someone tells you who they are believed them. There is the old greek notion that the logos which meant law and language gives us such an insight into into what we mean by how we say it. This language washington post used. The word set said the biden plan was showering money on the american people as if it was cleansing and healthy unhappy in virtuous it's a very disturbing set of terms when in fact they're actually just returning people's money to them but i think your point is the language these people are using is attempting to co-opt the very concept of government from being that which all of us share to that which their tribe shares and their actions reflect. Exactly that mentality. I couldn't say. I couldn't have said it better and especially the idea that showering it's really like like a king You know throwing coins from his balcony. That's the that's literally the way they see it that they are dispensing the booze And what it what it means is that we need to be grateful and and obey. There's i mean an and in the context i mean normally. I guess you could say oh. That's just political rhetoric but given everything that's happened in the country over the last year. It's it's actually kind of frightening. I think it is an in it. It's sort of reflects a consistency of thought and vision. That should disturb people because these are not. They are arriving at separately. It is as if they are reading from the same talking points and that should concern people A great deal. This is a wonderfully written piece. Seth unfortunately up against a break We're going to have you back Seth baroness is associated with the claremont institute. And i got to say we've never had a bad guests from the claremont institute we've posted the peace and we'll have him back to talk about his upcoming book last days of new york very soon. Thank you my man thank you..

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"seth baroness" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:14 min | 4 years ago

"seth baroness" Discussed on WLOB

"The added says this is the vision that ethical sb has for america it's a really ridiculous said obviously and i think it's going to hurt the democrats in virginia that ad city journal wrote an article seth baron right truck wrong driver about the ad because this ad was running a week before this terrorist attack happened now you have this guy in a pickup truck with his isis flag murdering americans okay so city journal seth baroness saying hey dummies this is the existential threat not these the phantom white supremacists that you guys have created for yourselves but people on the left bank that is the existential threat that is why people on the left and i mentioned this yesterday lake to jump to the word terrorism whenever there's an attack they want to complete or they want to i don't like that word because it suggests kind of something nefarious they want all of these attacks vegas charlottesville they want them all label terrorism and you know who jumps into to join into that narrative is the media you'll notice after charlottesville after the vegas attack many many journalists were peppering the president and the administration with is this terrorism are you going to labeled as domestic terrorism now why would they shouting that because people in on the left were demanding that they shouted that they take their marching orders from the media matters crowd and people like that it's all very it's all done it's it's very tidy they say we've got to make sure this is labelled domestic terrorism network why do they have such a passion to label gun attacks as domestic terrorism or attacks like in a charles really you know at the at that protest demonstration dino racist rally whatever you call it why did they wanna call that domestic terrorism because they want to lump all of these things in they want this this truck tac from isis to be the same as that just another danger that we live within our country and that way we can deal with it in the way that the left wants to deal with these things not in the way that the kind of trump's america wants to deal with things you know the travel ban way these secure the border way because securing the.

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