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Venomous spiders prompt temporary Michigan library shutdown

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00:33 sec | 15 hrs ago

Venomous spiders prompt temporary Michigan library shutdown

"The phobia inside a library at the University of Michigan. In fact, the library closed its books temporarily until they could get rid of the things they found three venomous Mediterranean recluse, spiders in a basement storage area and later January and the Shapiro library there. Library. We opened yesterday after being closed on Sunday to treat the spiders. The school says the spiders weren't in the public areas of shut down the building due to a misunderstanding. One bite can cause anything from minor skin irritation to skin tissue Death. No misunderstanding that anyway. They found one of the critters in a glue trap. And that was enough.

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NASA releases extraordinary video of Mars landing

Ben Shapiro

00:40 sec | 2 d ago

NASA releases extraordinary video of Mars landing

"Video from onboard cameras that captured last week's landing of the Mars Rover perseverance. The video was stunning, crystal clear, high def movies that captured the so called seven minutes of terror as the probe descends through the thin atmosphere to land on Mars. Nearly two dozen cameras were on the rover, but so were two microphones. They recorded the sound of a gentle breeze flowing over J zero Crater. The mikes are off the shelf store bought items that are not expected to survive the harsh atmosphere very long, but engineers hope they will exceed expectations. So far, everything else has. I'm

Vaccines Sharply Cut Coronavirus Hospitalization

Ben Shapiro

00:26 sec | 2 d ago

Vaccines Sharply Cut Coronavirus Hospitalization

"The U. S has just passed 500,000 coronavirus deaths. That's according to John Hopkins University. The grim milestone comes to UK studies released today. So some good news covered 19 vaccination programs. They're contributing to a sharp drop in hospitalizations. Preliminary results from a study in Scotland found the visor vaccine reduce hospital admissions by up to 85% 4 weeks after the first does while the AstraZeneca shot cut emissions by up to

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New York Governor Cuomo Should Resign or Be Impeached Over Covid Scandal

The Ben Shapiro Show

02:28 min | 2 d ago

New York Governor Cuomo Should Resign or Be Impeached Over Covid Scandal

"Finally allowed to talk about the fact that Andrew cuomo is a garbage governor. Who got a lot of people killed with bad policy. In fact there's a piece in the week today. By ryan cooper titled resign andrew cuomo. He points out that his administration concealed data about kroger's cases in nursing homes reportedly for fear of federal prosecution stories of his vitriolic abuse and threats directed at other democratic. new york. Politicians are coming out yet even all that is only the start of deadly corrupting competence. So in keeping with judging by his by his results cuomo should resign immediately and free new york state from his dismal. Misrule says ryan cooper of the week and not at the nursing home scandal has been bubbling for nearly a year. Now it starts with cuomo's inexplicable decision back in march two thousand twenty two order nursing homes to accept recovering covid nineteen patients even if they were still testing positive a recent. Ap investigation found that. At least nine thousand recovering patients were sent back to nursing homes and long term care facilities a number that is forty percent larger than his administration had previously admitted is unquestionably worsened. The pandemic as it ripped through new york's elderly population. that's not the only number cuomo fudged nursing homes new york attorney general letitia. James investigated situation found that his people may have under counted the number of deaths associated with nursing homes by fifty percent cuomo. Then instead of the eighty five hundred said they'd been reporting. The true number was over. Fifteen thousand about a third of the state's deaths and then of course in your post reported comments from cuomo's top aide. Melissa rosa seemingly admitted that they deliberately faked the numbers as part of a cover up. His officials froze fear. The truth is going to be used against us. By federal prosecutors ran cooper says cuomo bungled the pandemic basically from the jump. The new york city metro got hammered with the worst break in the country. In the following months cuomo's compulsive bullying and control. Habits gradually drove an exodus of public health professionals from the state government including the state's health department director of bureau of communicable disease control as medical director for uppity myalgia in the state epidemiologist and then his micromanagement tangled up the early stages of the state's vaccine rollout he throughout the plan. The state health department had worked up over months substituting his own he put he put in place strict requirements that only people who qualified to get shots but then added threats of punishment for organizations that didn't distribute their shots fast enough and the result was chronic delays. His bottom line is this. Cuomo has been a garbage governor in the media. Didn't just cover for him. They featured him. He was the greatest government in america. Meanwhile ron santa's greatest villain. In america down in florida with the number two populations seniors in america by percentage after main which has seven people.

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National security adviser: US has begun communicating with Iran over hostages

The Ben Shapiro Show

00:20 sec | 3 d ago

National security adviser: US has begun communicating with Iran over hostages

"Biden's national security advisor says the U. S. Is starting communications with Iran to get five American hostages released. We intend to very directly communicate with the Iranians about the complete and utter outrage. Theo humanitarian catastrophe that is Theo unjust, unlawful detention of American citizens

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United Flight Lands in Denver Following Engine Failure

Ben Shapiro

00:44 sec | 4 d ago

United Flight Lands in Denver Following Engine Failure

"And a plane flying out of Denver, experiencing engine failure and causing debris to fall from the sky, 231 passengers and 10 crew members. As we're on board the plane when the case in around one of the engines apparently blew right off. Fortunately, no one was hurt in the Boeing Triple Seven was able to land safely. The plane returned to Denver International Airport and all of the passengers deplaned and were bused to the terminal. The FAA says the plane had right engine failure. Shortly after it took off from Denver International Airport. The United Airlines flight 3 28 was on its way to Honolulu when this happened, some people who live in this small community of Broomfield reported hearing and Explosion and huge chunk of metal metal just raining down in the area boxes Christina

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Bronx gas explosion injures 9, including 6 children

Ben Shapiro

00:32 sec | 6 d ago

Bronx gas explosion injures 9, including 6 children

"Including six Children, two of whom are critical. Following a gas explosion and the Bronx section of New York. Lisa G. Reports Elvis Cooper live nearby and ran to the house and says he was able to save one of the Children lady right there, screaming that she had a baby inside another girl, Little girl. The explosion happened at a three story multifamily homes located upholding ever you in the park Chester section, authorities say. The explosion happened on the building second floor with blown out windows and debris on the street. Reports

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"Mattress Mack" opens Texas furniture store as shelter

Ben Shapiro

00:24 sec | 6 d ago

"Mattress Mack" opens Texas furniture store as shelter

"Of people seeking warmth and shelter. Jim Mackey Veil known as mattress. Mack is the owner of gallery for her Turn, Houston, He opened a sprawling store as a shelter, saying he's just doing his part to give back to a city that's been good to him. McConville opened his business in 1981 became known as the furniture salesman who saved Houston over 300 people spent the night there Tuesday. Kim Lampkin is K l E. F news news Information Time is three or

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Nonstop violence as Baltimore nears record homicide rate

Ben Shapiro

00:25 sec | Last week

Nonstop violence as Baltimore nears record homicide rate

"Numbers released by Baltimore Police show that the city is averaging almost one homicide per day since the start of the year, the Police Department reported. 38 homicides is January 1st compared to 41 for the same period last year, and that was before US 16 year old was shot and killed inside an apartment this morning. Police say there have been 70 nonfatal shootings, this dear backed up from 65 in the same period when compared with last

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Michael Jordan gifts $10 million for new medical clinics in hometown

Ben Shapiro

00:17 sec | Last week

Michael Jordan gifts $10 million for new medical clinics in hometown

"Chicago Bulls Great Michael Jordan is donating $10 million to launch two medical clinics and underserved communities near his North Carolina hometown. Jordan previously gave seven million to open clinics and Charlotte and 2019 and 2020. The gift marks one of the largest ever from the Basketball Hall of Fame

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Chicago Weather: Winter Storm Warning In Effect

Ben Shapiro

00:36 sec | Last week

Chicago Weather: Winter Storm Warning In Effect

"A foot of snow could blanket some parts of the Chicago area before this latest round of snow exits. No, Johnny Bannerman's was having a tough time getting to where he needed to go this afternoon. I have to be slow, slow going. And get it had front of me. So Lane Ah Winter storm warning in effect until noon Tomorrow. The city is deployed more than 280 snow vehicles to clear the roads, the departments of streets and San asking drivers to slow down and give snowplows plenty of room. Mayor Lightfoot says the city will have an update by five tonight. On whether CPS will have in person learning tomorrow due to the

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Biden to speak at virtual meeting of world’s major economies

The Ben Shapiro Show

00:27 sec | Last week

Biden to speak at virtual meeting of world’s major economies

"Coming. President Biden will take part in a virtual gathering of the G seven World leaders this coming Friday. The meeting will be the first gathering of leaders from the group of Seven countries since last April. Butt implants to focus on the global response to the Corona virus pandemic as well as the worldwide economic recovery Among the economic topics. Hill raises the deed to update global rules to confront challenges posed by China. The United Kingdom is slated to host this year's G

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Impeachment Updates: Senate votes to acquit Trump

The Best of Ben Shapiro

01:22 min | Last week

Impeachment Updates: Senate votes to acquit Trump

"In the U. S. SENATE. A verdict in the impeachment trial turns the centre's president having 40 guilty. The senator judges that the respondent Donald John Trump, former president, United States Is not guilty as charged the article impeachment The 53 to 47 vote minutes ago. Seven Republicans joining Democrats voting for conviction in closing Trump lawyer Michael Vander Wien refuted video evidence presented by House impeachment managers claiming trump inside of the Capitol attack despite all of the video plane. No point in their presentation. Did you hear the House managers play a single example. Of Mr Trump urging anyone to engage in violence of any kind House manager Congressman Joseph No goose challenging the defense position that an out of office president should not face an impeachment trial and it would be unwise. To suggest that going forward. The on Lee appropriate response to constitutional offenses committed by a president are criminal charges When the president returns to private life That's not the kind of Political system any of us want for time today. The trial brought to a near standstill after the Senate voted to consider hearing witnesses. But both sides ultimately agreeing not to and instead accepting new information into the record from a Republican in Congress Woman about actions by the president on the day of the deadly capital siege, the Biden

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Virginia Is Revamping Its Vaccine Pre-Registration Process

Ben Shapiro

00:43 sec | Last week

Virginia Is Revamping Its Vaccine Pre-Registration Process

"You won't be able to pre register for covert 19 vaccine until Tuesday morning unless you live in Fairfax County. At five tonight, local Health department shut down their covert 19 pre registration system, the Virginia Department of Health, launching a statewide system on Tuesday at 8, A.m. state vaccine coordinator, Dr Dani Ebola. The reason for the downtime is to integrate the data stream so that nobody who has registered already will lose their place in line. Fairfax County is not using this Statewide system for the counties that are, you'll be able to go on their websites to fill out the state's pre registration form Tuesday. The form will change the process will not Heather Curtis Sun W. M a. L and W when I held a comb, and it doesn't

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Ravens' Smith, family safe after gunpoint robbery

Ben Shapiro

00:33 sec | Last week

Ravens' Smith, family safe after gunpoint robbery

"Bowl champion with the Baltimore Ravens is recovering after a scary confrontation earlier this week, the Baltimore Ravens Friday confirmed that they have reached out to Jimmy Smith and that he and his family are safe. That's after being robbed at gunpoint earlier in the week. According to multiple reports, the defensive back and his family, including his three young Children, arrived at Los Angeles International Airport Tuesday night when they were followed back to their hotel. That's where the robbery ended up taking place. No one was injured in the incident, no specifics as to what was taken in the robbery. Smith just wrapped up his 10th season with the Ravens, the former first round pick Sonny and extension with Baltimore just last

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Georgia District Attorney Is Investigating Trump's Call To Overturn Election

Ben Shapiro

00:36 sec | 2 weeks ago

Georgia District Attorney Is Investigating Trump's Call To Overturn Election

"Attorney in Georgia is opening a criminal probe into the actions of the former president in connection to a now infamous phone call with state officials. The prosecutor in Atlanta is now officially investigating whether then President Donald Trump violated state law in early January during a phone call with Georgia Secretary of State Brad Rapids Burger. In which he asked the secretary about finding enough votes needed to win the state in a recount. It is alleged the former president was pressuring Rapids Burger into manipulating the results, something Mr Trump vehemently denies. Charges have not yet been filed.

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Pilot 'disorientation' likely caused Kobe Bryant crash

The Ben Shapiro Show

00:44 sec | 2 weeks ago

Pilot 'disorientation' likely caused Kobe Bryant crash

"Board concludes the probable cause of the helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant, his daughter and seven others was pilot error. It starts with a decision by pilot Ariza buy in to violate his training, says the board. Continue flying by visual flight rules into weather conditions that required instruments, which is NTSB member Thomas Chapman explains, which resulted in the pilots, spatial disorientation and loss of control so by and thought he was asked, sending when he was actually descending. Because also includes the company island Express helicopters, inadequate review and oversight of its safety management processes. Among the board's recommendations, helicopters be equipped with safety management systems, which assess risk. Jim Roper. KBC NEWS, Northern California Parents and

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Broward judge rules school district wasn’t obligated to issue warning over Parkland school shooter

Ben Shapiro

00:32 sec | 2 weeks ago

Broward judge rules school district wasn’t obligated to issue warning over Parkland school shooter

"Ruling against the families of the Parkland school shooting victims in a lawsuit. Sarah Bartlett has the details. The lawsuit was filed against the Broward School district with families claiming that school officials did not properly respond to potential threats by accused shooter Nicholas Cruz. However, a judge found that officials could not predict that Cruz would carry out the massacre and added that Crews had been expelled from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. So was currently not a student in the district. Sunday marks three years since 17 people were killed in the mass shooting in Washington, the

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"shapiro" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

04:20 min | 5 months ago

"shapiro" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"The Secret Service Academy Guy who graduated in the class knew him. So he came down to give a speech. This is years ago Gosh I don't know two thousand to whatever it was. But. He comes down he was taking questions afterwards in front of the small group of parents proudly watching their kids graduate and someone asked him. You know, how'd you come up with the idea fox? News and I never forgot this. He said I was sitting in my house one day and I thought Gosh there's underserved market in America called fifty one percent of America that. is his joking. Why isn't there a conservative mutation? So what you're saying about a whole conservative ecosystem of social media products, advertising companies, address everything it's emerging. Now we're seeing it now on arid, but that just kind of doubling down on this you're seeing it now though to even companies like like Youtube who've decided, it's a good idea to monetize anything I say and they don't see monetize almost any leftist channels we figured. Out Ways around it. You know and you I read the ads in the show you. WanNa. Take my show off. Youtube makes probably millions of dollars a year off my show. You can I'll find that other Alad I. Really at this point, I don't care I talked about Youtube on my show all the time you want to host my show fine. We can be business partisan this you don't I will. Happily move onto another outlet I'm really okay with that I don't have any problem with Youtube, I don't boycott Youtube because they host left I don't care and like you said about the advertisers I have never once once mistakenly watch CNN and airport because that's the only place you see it and seen an advertisement like, oh my gosh I got a boycott this company because again, it goes back to that. Conversation, we had about law and order big our God given rights it's a company they're not advertising CNN advertising their practice. CNN's audience these winer infants on the left Oh my Gosh Ben Shapiro was talking about abortion. We can't talk about abortion boycott the show they're not nobody's endorsing anything I don't care your views are you're selling a product man get over it and in one final note on twitter I agree. I it would be hypocritical for me to Bash facebook pages you know doing not as well as but pretty darn good. We do get fact checked a lot lobby get a lot of stupid stuff. But twitter's a train wreck you know I don't I, think Jack's moneymaker has always been square I think twitter's his plaything I don't think he cares what you think I don't think he'd kick you off tomorrow if he felt like it and I think he flipped to middle fingers and say have a nice day and matter of fact, I would not be stunned I again I'm not in the predictions game I'm just saying I would not be shocked at all if there's some adverse action against the president close to or after Election Day depending on who wins I wouldn't I wouldn't where he's just suspended and. And then I think people are gonNA start to really wake up that you know I would never get rid of my twitter account mean full disclosure have an ownership stake in parlor. So your audience is not in any way confused I do it was recent but. I I did that because I say to people tell me I don't want you to cancel your twitter. There is a fight there to be had I just want to make sure you have a home base somewhere else where you can go to twitter and play with the liberals all you want. But understand that your time is limited there and I believe again on. Facebook I think my time is limited to I. Wish it weren't the case I mean I really their billions of people there. That could use our information and I think my days are numbered. They're. So in a second, I wanna ask you about your secret service service like what was that like because I think people have a misperceptions of what exactly that constant what? I want. I want to ask you that question. So we're GonNa talk about what it was like to be the secret service because you actually were in the secret service when Obama was president of the United States, we'll get to that in a second but I wanna hear Dan Bongino sensors you have to be a daily wear member. So head on over to daily wear dot com click subscribe you can hear the rest of our conversation over there Dan Bongino check out his book, follow the money, the shocking deep state connections of the anti-trump Cabal Dan thanks so much for stopping by really really appreciate it. So was one of the best interviews we've done I. Feel really good. So thanks great talking buddy. The Ben Shapiro show Sunday special is produced by Mathis Glover executive. Producer. Jeremy. Boring. Our technical director is Austin Stevens and our assistant director. Pavel wisneski associate producer next Sheeham our guests are booked by caitlin minor editing is by Jim, Nichol audio is mixed by Mike. Komeito care and makeup is by Nika. Geneva title graphics are by Cynthia and Ghulam the. Ben Shapiro show Sunday special is a daily wire production copyright daily wire twenty twenty..

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"shapiro" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

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02:24 min | 10 months ago

"shapiro" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Shapiro okay so the the question is how seriously we should balance these considerations and politicians never want to tell you about trade off this is just the role of politicians politicians will never tell you about a draft every policy is one hundred percent good and zero percent bad and then in reality of course the trade off no matter a great deal the fact is that for all the people are ripping on lockdown protesters those protesters are pointing out that there are serious considerations to be had here that like it or not there is no treatment for this thing on the horizon there's a new study out today from China it has some serious problems with the study suggesting that this this drug from Gilead sciences that people are very optimistic about last week may not in fact the all that effective in fighting this thing that looks like hydroxy Clark with an early an early look at it may look more optimistic than it actually was this early studies suggest that run disappear it is not nearly as effective as people were hoping that would be in the stock market has been taken because of it well there's no there there and there are no therapeutics that are that are directly on the horizon that tamped down the death rate from the same and that means that we are going to have to accept it radically elevated notion of risk in our society as compared to before and that means they're gonna have to be responsible about how we go back to the market and we do have to take into consideration that we put tens of millions of people out of work we take their livelihood away from them when you shut down businesses and their families have been in for decades and when you do that by both government fiat and market changes that you need the markets respond as fast as possible not only because you need a market rebound but because you need to know what the new normal looks like some people can shift to the industries that actually are growing right you will see growth in online industries you will see growth and delivery services you will see growth in any area of manufacturing that can then be conveyed to people at their homes there is a dramatic shrinkage in terms of retail yes Informatik trinket in terms of travel because your medic trinkets in terms of in terms of entertainment outside the home right theaters it didn't but we're not going to know that some people actually get back out to work the market provides you the feedback loop that allows the actual economy to Josh and create new jobs in the areas where people still want to consume but that's what we need to happen right now and that's why it's so ridiculous to watch people like Andrew Cuomo basically suggest that there is no countervailing concerns that those who are concerned about the economy are fools and the only concern here is death that's just a lie it's not true he knows it's not true if you thought that way if you thought differently he wouldn't be talking about opening anything up in New York state but he is talking about opening things up he's lying how can the queue or be.

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"shapiro" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

09:00 min | 11 months ago

"shapiro" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Thanks so much for stopping by Ben Shapiro show Sunday special so I have a lot I wanna get to with you. Discuss your father's legacy and where you stand on. President trump will talk politics but obviously we have to start with situation with regard to corona virus. First of all has your family dealing with with all of this. I hope that you're doing okay. We're all doing fine. We're just doing the work. God has called us to slow down. We just going forward. Well I definitely appreciate working. We're GONNA get to that in just a second. I want to ask you that. There are a lot of religious people in the United States. Who Right now are deeply troubled by all of the calls by state and local governments to shutdown churches and there are people who work with me here daily wire who have been upset that the government has deemed churches non essential for purposes of shutting them down and shutting down mass gatherings right now know as as a religious person. What what's your perspective on on the government telling people to stay home from church. What do you think Christians ought to do? I mean we're approaching Easter season. First of all I think we need to pay those that authority That's what the Bible teaches. And so I think it's very important that we do that The churches are not. Shut down I think more people are online services. Then they did when you were meeting in person. there's something about This virus that has put fear and anxiety people's hearts to so I think just poor people are online and they're they're they're participate in that way so the church needs to continue to be the church about. I just would encourage pastors across the country to obey those. That are not authority. And I think that's what the congregations would expect us to do as an Orthodox Jew myself. I've been encouraging people to to stay home from synagogue which has been told order in some sectors and it seems to me that actually is. It's a fairly large scale. Desecration of God's name when there's video and pictures of people going on mass to to religious institutions in violation of of government edict that are specifically designed to prevent massive loss of life. And we do have to be careful Been because this is a very infectious and it's a deadly virus Especially those that have underlying health issues This could be a death sentence and so we just have to be extremely careful But I don't think they should. We should stop doing the work that God has called us to do. But we do need to be careful. I think practicing Social distancing These types of things as wise Of course Samaritans purse. We're work some of my people are working from home. Others still come to the people have to come to the office. So we're we're still working. We're not we haven't missed anything. We just have to work a little differently than we're used to doing. So let's talk about some of the things that Samaritans purses doing around the around the country and around the globe. In order to combat varies. It really is an amazing organization. What you guys have been doing in order to help. People is truly incredible. What are some of the things that Americans purse has been doing? Not only in the United States but abroad. Well fell three weeks ago. We sent a Emergency Field Hospital To Cremona in northern Italy outside a Milan about fifty miles on Milan. This is the epicenter for the chronicle buyers in Italy and we've got a sixty eight bed field hospital where working in conjunction with the local hospital But we have about Southbound seventy personnel there right now that are. These are doctors and nurses and technicians. That are working in that hospital trying to save life in northern Italy and that That is a very important place for us to be because the Italians were not getting any assistance from anybody in the world and I think when we showed up It gave them a gamma ray of hope that somebody's listening. Somebody cares and they're here helping us and so of course as a Christian organization Ben. We always feel that we should respond in Jesus name. That's what we do and as Christians. We want people to know that God loves them. The God hasn't forgotten them. He has turned his back on them. And then just last week we got a call from New York City. Asked if we'd be willing to put a hospital there and we've always keep to hospitals in and stock in our warehouse. These are the same hospitals at the US military basically the same that the US military uses. We have military former military doctors at work for so we go to the same vendors and we buy the same hospitals that the US military does We've we've make them a little different for our applications but they have Operating Theatres have intensive care units. They have laboratory. The we're able to do the sterilizations everything that hospital will do. We can do it but for the Krona virus as respiratory so we don't need operating theatres for the respiratory care so we we mix it up a little bit differently. We bring in of course more ventilators than you would normally. And that's what we've got set up in corona and then now in New York City when they were asks last week our we set up A team up there over the weekend we were given a central park right across from Mount Sinai Hospital these meadows as ninety eighth and Fifth Avenue and so With set up and actually today The last three days we've been put in the hospital together today. We received our first patients that they believe will be full. Maybe before then to this day I don't know but Were there to serve the people of New York. Anyone who comes? Who doesn't matter who the are been. We're going to help them. We're GONNA love them. We're going to care for them and we're going to give them the best medical care that we possibly can. We're not gonNA give anything less than best I read an article. Maybe you read it to about a person. There are New York who lost a loved one in the hospital and the and the wife was distraught because she could not be in the hospital with her husband died and so she said he's he died alone and how sad and how much remorse she had that her husband died alone will i. Don't I hope and pray? No one dies in hospital but if they do I can promise you been. They're not GonNa die alone doctors and will surround them be praying for him. Hodan holding their hand though they take the last breath and I just want to all relatives no if they come to our hospital we'll take care of them and we're gonNA show them compassion and love the same that the Lord. Jesus Christ would I mean? I'm one of the things that amazed me is not only the good work that you guys are doing but also some of the reactions that could work so naturally twitter which is just a repository of all stupidity known demand. There is a bit of an issue today and over the last few days about Samaritan's purse being behind the hospital people in New York shock to learn some some radicals in York shocked to learn that. Samaritan's purse is a Christian organization that has a Christian view of of particular biblical including the fact that Samaritan's purse believes that homosexual activity is a sin. And somehow they were suggesting that. This invalidates Samaritan's purse doing their work in New York. I just love for you to clarify this person's not in fact telling people who are gay lesbian transgender. They can't show up to the hospital if they have grown virus. I know everybody's welcome gays transgender persons. Show a hospital would show them the same love and compassion and given the same world-class healthcare that we give to anybody else. That comes up but we are Christians. Our we are not equal opportunity employer. We're not we don't do that The the the doctors and nurses all. We're all Christians. And what motivates us is our faith in Jesus Christ and that's what we have in common and that's the that's what makes us That's what makes us go forward and so We use that compassion and that love that concern that Christ showed for people. Are we use that to show the people that come to us so for anybody didn't matter who you are? We're going to treat you the same. We do not discriminate as a released of people that we help. And we've been doing this for fifty years. Samaritans purse is fifty years old year. And there's never been an accusation that we That we Refused helped anybody because they did not believe the same way we believe. We just don't do that. Franklin I WANNA ask you about sort of the the lack of tolerance for people who disagree with you with with many Christians this Marion's person just one second but before we get to that. I WanNa take a moment to give a shout out to all our advertising partners. Who helped make this show possible? We are super grateful that they decide to work with us. And we definitely appreciate our listeners. Going out and patronizing our sponsors and keeping all of this going really appreciate both our listeners and our advertisers. We're all trying to get through this together you me. My shows advertising partner. So let's stick together and get through this. There are things we each look back on and think to ourselves. How did I get it so wrong? It might be wearing multiple polo shirts or booking that trip to the fire festival or dating at one person at one time. You know the person I'm talking about. Well we're always going to get things wrong. I hired Michael Knowles. That's just life but they're also things we can get right like shopping for life insurance and that's where policy genius comes in policy genes mixed finding the right life insurance a breeze in minutes you can compare quotes from top insurers and find your best price you could save fifteen hundred bucks or more a year by using policy.

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"shapiro" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"shapiro" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Have already been in thirty states. I got another three or four more to go before we reach New Year's they do know how mad we are. Do you know how how this ugliness damn desire to be heard I to listen to learn but to be heard how. It's undermining so many things and it doesn't have the spring. Hey Hey welcome. This is the Ben Shapiro. Show Sunday special today. We are joined by Dr Frank Luntz. Frank is the pioneer of the instant response. Focus Group technique and the New York Times bestselling author of words that work. He's best known for its political commentary. Metairie more media outlets turning to him to understand American voters than any other political pollster. Frank thanks so much for taking the time to stop. I really appreciate it. It's only what fifty minutes from my house. All sorts actually pretty close your convenience and it made perfect sense. So why don't we start with what's on everybody's mind. How do you assess trump's president trump's standing leading up to the two thousand twenty election? Does he still have control the IRS. Can I still be audited on a accomplishment level level when he's actually done is incredibly impressive unemployment rate at fifth year. Low flack unemployment at an an all time low Latino unemployment all-time low wages going up the economy strong even with all the yelling over China economically. It's been pretty incredible tax policy. People get to keep more of their hard earned income in foreign policy were not in the middle of a war on what he's done it's pretty impressive passive and how. He says it how he communicates. I'm not sure how much of it I like. You and I have talked infrequently frequently but enough and.

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"shapiro" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

18:30 min | 1 year ago

"shapiro" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Shapiro show Sunday special I'm super excited to welcome to the show former. US Attorney for the Southern District of New York host of stay tuned with and the author of his New Book Doing Justice Pre pre thanks there's look with this that he does not tell the truth about interactions he's had with people And I it turns out I you know I was never in the situation room with him I'm not I'm Orosa but it turns out like every go to keep amending those plans and so I I also didn't want to resign job that I love dearly and I thought it was going okay by accident because that's kind of embarrassing hey kids unhappy and the absence of that I would have been on my way but I wanted clarity given no having been around the block and I wanted to just the record to be clear the person who asked me to stay in into his office and look me in the eye and said you know implored me to stay that he wanted me got and if you want to be gone I'll go at twenty four hours you know to to get that clear statement blockchain protects it from the evaluation. Recently bitcoin prices rose after China's devalued its currency markets tanked as I said Bitcoin can be a hedge against government failure we can now see how this it become a.

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"shapiro" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

09:06 min | 1 year ago

"shapiro" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"I really that I'd friends in that. L. Totally signed a bigger tip to somebody with a southern accent there inherently nicer. There's just no way around it. It's a nicer acts Arja from New York. You get a smaller tip because everyone from New York is from New York is a jerk. Not everyone is jerk but but let's just say values but that it is kind of like most of my friends in from New York but it's still like it is funny that the mentalities are the stereotypes that you have people like people assume everybody from his racist and all the southern people assume everybody from New York Jerk right yeah and I and some of that is true. I mean a lot of New York is people are much ruder. Which is why New Yorkers definitely trumpeted way that nobody else does like you had talked to somebody from New York trump? He's just a taxi to my uncle is from queens craters my uncle in queens bravado exactly and then everybody from from Indiana's like who what what is this. What is this New York's a place where they sell t shirts with the F. Word on them out the astros right exactly right so back to to William Howdy Howdy William he's he's? He's a Grad student and he says his professor recently asked the class. If anyone identified as a libertarian I raised my hand and he very respectfully actually asked me to consider what the libertarian solution would be for the tragedy of the Commons. This was a water polity class and so what does Libertarian turn philosophy say about common pool resources such as water. I love the show and thanks for all that you do and come to visit him. Anna okay so a couple of different solutions to the sort of Komo tragedy of the comments problem so the tragedy of the comments for those who don't understand is if there was a let's say there's a common field where everybody can graze their cattle and so somebody buys a bunch of cattle title grace's out the Commons and now nobody else can can do so. There's sort of a there's no individual property rights. It's just a piece of land helping common you get somebody free riding and taking over the comments of effectively speaking they they can deplete the resources at the expense of everybody else so the libertarian would say somebody should been assigned a property right from the very beginning. Somebody should've been assigned a property right and then that land is real valuable so if they want to if I want to raise my cows you're going to have to pay me more than the price that I would get to raise my cows in order for me to do that and then you can parcel off and then private property ownership absolves the the tragedy of the Commons the the other reality is that many Libertarians acknowledged that their externalities your actions than regulation is appropriate so I know very few Libertarians unless you're very very hard core libertarian who who don't believe that in some circumstances environmental regulation is necessary or the tort law should fill the gap meaning that if I- polluted river and you live down river of me I have now harmed you. That's a tort right so you should be able to sue me. It'd be the Libertarian responsible if I- deplete the water resource which we have a common right then you should be able to sue me for doing that I've damage. You've damaged me in a way or I have damaged away that I was not allowed to do so there a couple of different ways to solve it one is with Tort Law with the assignment of a property the libertarian already so I haven. I don't know if you've heard are. I don't know if I've heard your thoughts on C. S. Lewis so what do you think about. CS Lewis Spanning from his fiction Zhenli the chronicles of Narnia to his theological ideas so fantastic like I think that I think that his nonfiction writing is quite beautiful and elegant can't and while I don't agree with all obvious Jew but it well I I agree with a lot of his. How did you notice yeah it was it was the desire for money wasn't in any case control all the economy and the weather in government yeah that too but the the his theological writing I think is is quite beautiful? There's a lot to it as far as fiction I mean I read my my daughter already. The wind the witch in the wardrobe and she loved it. I mean it's it really is good stuff and yeah well. I I appreciate his I like his is non-fiction a lot better than his fiction but when I was a kid I read all of the Narnia series and I really enjoyed it and it's their Brooke that withstand time yeah and again. It's it's one of those things where now that you're not really like all these Christian allegory but when you're when you don't quite I read the chronicles of Narnia probably seven yeah and so I was like wow there's a cool story about a lion and I'm like wait to lions Jesus Leasing Niessen all right hi Ben Ziff. That'd be really funny. Somebody should dub that like like lines say house land onto uh-huh uh-huh that'd be amazing. Somebody do it. We have somebody created in the audience. That could probably do that right. Probably all right hi Ben Given the recent climate activism debacles. Do you think that it's it's best if the climate debate is relegated to climate scientists who have published research in the field so yes no so the answer is when it comes to the effects of climate change and the extent of climate change yes. I don't know enough to debate that you don't know enough to debate that I do know people who enough to debate that I'm friends with a guy over at Caltech studies this all day long and so when I have a question very often afford him the question and you'll respond with his opinion on it and there's a pretty robust scientific debate about the upper limit and the lower limit to the possibilities of climate change the sensitivity sensitivity of the climate carbon how weather patterns are going to change global warming because cloud cover is very difficult to model all all those sorts of things that is within the scientific community the idea that I'm GonNa the debate that with like Sally Kohn is ridiculous when it comes to the prioritization of values meaning how much we sacrifice now for the possibility of why in the future future. That's a political conversation that's conversation that should be but that's a solution based conversation which is why I'm super irritated with the left because they would much rather do this whole thing where they find the people like climate change isn't existing like those are the bad guys and if only they were committed then suddenly we'd have let let me tell you something if Donald Trump tomorrow came out and said climate changes reality I accept the IPC the report you know what he's still would not accept any of the crap that is pushing yeah and that would not change the math at all at all because the solutions presented by the left are completely the unworkable you know they'll talk about an international carbon-tax. Yeah I'm sure China and India and Brazil where all going where can they sign on the die. Where can they sign on the dotted line? I'm sure that's the thing thing that's happening. My favorite headline was there's this big climate march all across the world and you have GonNa Thunder speaking at the UN who like look she's a very enthusiastic asked a young person and good for her. It's not her fault. It's everybody else's fault for pretending that what she's saying has some level of depth beyond just her emotional her emotional response to in issue the perceived again. That's that's not on her. That's on adults adults should not respond to people who are not providing solutions that way but would that set the New York Times reports on this how it stunning and it's wonderful it's all method of if we just will hard we just clapped hard enough. tinkerbell would come back to life and then the that's not a reference that Greg Thunberg. That's a reference to a climate solution morons so in any case the the there is this vast outpouring of support and then there's a headline in the New York Times that's as at UN climate change summit no progress made yeah and then the whole first three paragraphs is how China was like nope you know why because it turns out that when Greta Thunberg yells IOS at Western leaders about climate change you know who can give a crap Jinping you know why because he's a communist dictator because he will run over people in Hong Kong you think he cares what a very impassioned grohl from the from the Nordic countries has to say about climate change. It doesn't care about that hasn't come about any of the people who are marching in the streets. He's using Chinese Taylor exactly can keep them in poverty. If the economy goes bad he'll star people he doesn't care that people who are presiding over a billion people in India and worrying about the the DEMOC poverty and people dying on mass of typhus are are sitting around going. Oh well you know now that these kids are cutting school in Britain. That changes everything yeah. I'm sure it does sure sure. Do you think that the impeachment inquiry will galvanize the right and turn out the vote in twenty twenty. I think the right will turn out to vote in two thousand twenty because the threat of the left is is too extreme. I think the only way that wasn't going to happen is if they would've nominated somebody like Biden who so boring and half not alive that people would have not been impassioned about but if Elizabeth warns the nominee the right alternates about that's not really the question. The question is how independence vote how suburban women vote and all the Democrats GonNA show up this time was why the right is real sanguine about the selection I am not I think that the left did not turn out in part twenty sixteen because they thought to things trump was definitely gonNA lose and Hillary was a jerk and they were right on one of those things and that meant that a lot of people stayed at home. No one is staying home in two thousand twenty. The turn voter turnout rate is going to be one hundred ninety three percent people who have not yet been born will be voting in this election like people people will go people people the the the size of the popular vote gap will be so incredibly large. I mean because people in California and that doesn't matter air about the whole electoral. It's crappy. Oh God I mean like the every. Do you know person in California. WHO's not gonNA vote? Oh No. I knew a lot of people asked him. Didn't I know people that voted in the primaries that never voted in a primary right before here in California and people will people will people will walk over broken glass in major left. He said he's devote now which means that president from not only has to get out the vote he also the art of politics is I've said many times is making it very difficult to vote for your opponent and making very easy to vote for you. Donald Trump is great at the first part and crappy at the last part. He's very good at making it difficult to vote for his opponent..

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"shapiro" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

10:59 min | 1 year ago

"shapiro" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"How do you deal with people not liking you because you're conservative in your friend and family groups I mean that is the answer? Can we make that a gift tax and everything like that is the answer I mean if you don't like me because my political viewpoints go fishing or read exactly the Jack in the box. I really like they're not your friend if they don't appreciate that you can have the different political view and if they're in your family and they don't appreciate your politics so much that they treat you badly then so what families and accident the birth being a jerk is is who somebody decides to be so I I. I very little sympathy for this. I mean I hang up. It is one of my pet peeves. I not only hang out with a lot of people with whom I disagree. Politically I will defend many people people I disagree with politically. I'd do it on a regular basis in fact. There's a New York Times reporter who reached out to me this week because there is a feminist Megan Murphy and Megan Murphy was barred barred from twitter because she had suggested that Jessica Tarlov that will that knows Jessica. What was the name of the The wax my genitals human in oh I I went back? I can't remember it's not just guitar. Just any thank you thank you wouldn't want to slur judgemental any just just this this Megan Murphy Head refuse to Label Jessica Nieve by his proper Pronoun and so she was banned Megan was from twitter and so I reached out her and I was like listen. If there's any way I can help so let me no no this is nonsense and so this New York Times reported calm because Megan mentioned this and he's like Dj this a lot like do you reach out to people who've been canceled a lot and I guess yeah and he's like well. What do you say okay and say well? I'm not going to tell you because I think you're part of this culture and he said can you tell me who you talk to. I said no no because then your entire intent is to stop these conversations from happening so that you can shame people for even talking to me right. That's the goal. The goal is to toxic by anybody who has a conversation with me. It's one of the stopped the human kindness completely it's not allowed I have been I promise you I've I've had conversations with extraordinarily high ranking people on the left extraordinarily high ranking people in the Democratic Party and it's always fine. It's always fine. They're human beings we hold basic American values together. I think I hope right listen. If you mean you're talking at least enough to have a conversation conversation and then when it comes to speaking out front nothing right. This is what I call the Happy Birthday Kendra so on my birthday every year I get a bunch of tax from people who are very prominent on the left people journalists people in politics happy birthday Ben and then on twitter nothing why because they're afraid that if they label me a human being then they will be excoriated gory gated for the great crime of having acknowledged human being. I don't care I'll say happy birthday to anybody unless you're a Nazi in which go die right in. I mean I mean don't I know died. Almost you're committing a crime but if you're a Nazi like W- they'll take a long walk short pier except for you right like or Islam radical or something a terrorist then I'll say happy birthday to anybody like when when Chelsea Manning who I totally disagree with is actually a traitor to the country and Chelsea manning had a terrible terrible breakdown on twitter and was threatening to kill himself. I tweeted out like your lifestyle is valued. Don't do this like a human being the human being if your family can't be human being to you they they're. They're really not your family. They're not treating you like family. Go somewhere else for Thanksgiving seriously all right. Hey Ben what is oh. This is a good one. What is your favorite character from the Lord of the Rings Trilogy? Everybody's nobody's Zero Gordon. I have the sorted home so that that's the thing fertile heard yeah. I my kids have been trying to get hold of it and it's extremely dangerous so I've been trying to keep keep them away from it. Hanging over like that magnificent fireplace you have in your Larry fireplace great fire voice but the the the the most fascinating character the character that I'm interested in the most is dead by the end of the first movie spoiler alert but bar Amir's is an extremely interesting character because he's the most human character and the whole story of the the whole story of Lord of the Rings is how human beings are seduced by power and the possibility of power and the only way to deal with the possibility of power is to subsume it and extinguish extinguish it and instead give up your desire for power and embalmer doesn't and so he pays the price even though he's trying to do the right thing using the ring and that that's fascinating and that's really the conundrum of the story the intricate Cricket Character Yes oh my daughter whenever she tries to like gibberish talk. I'm like listen. If you'RE GONNA come up with the language you can literally be like love means as an English and loved means this in your language you can be like. Jr Tolkien's and create your own language then you can sell a bestselling trilogy already trained to Monetize your children. I'm not the Hollywood mom you know. I'm more like kids do that silly thing where they like like have silly language and I'm like well so and so did it and I'm like no. It's not English by the way nothing should know like I'm here to be the harsh one and newly she appears to be kind one. When it comes to our children you shut is way harsher with kids and I it is not close? I'm a sucker for my Mike Kids. They turned me into Mush. I have a hard time hundred you get away with too much. You leashes like get out the paddle way. Go go to the closet. The home school like Bible Belt routinely. You should brutal so you call me Ma'am the Mkx what thought when I used to Babysit kids. I'd say that they need to call me Ma'am right. You'll see you hit them. Stealing proper manners and respect for authority been I listen I I make my kids call adult by Mr and Mrs Paul Dope Metaphors Name. Yeah you are way harsher with your kids than I am a major not better I mean I don't know but it's here's we'll be smarter but mine will be cuter and polite. I mean I'm not gonNA give up tutor I think you have me a polite polite. I don't think there's very much question that that your kids will be more polite added that is undoubtedly true. Yeah we share with everybody. What your daughter said the Other Day Oh yes she turn initiative to my wife and she said I don't believe in things I can't understand and my wife said explain airplanes old with facts and logic nick by Dr owning a five year old daughter is the best she's great? She's a lot like you. It's kind of scary. Oh yeah she's hardcore. I would not like in Zombie apocalypse clips. I used to fear that my son would not live. He will live my son will absolutely live and he turned three and it turned in Him and now if you cross him he will burning to the ground we have from the time she was born. My my daughter from the time she was a very very small trialed it was it was very obvious you had like the stair of Scorn Yep choose my kid and now my son. He's he's made the turn you can be rare Zombie into total annihilation Urkel okay all right greetings Ben. You've often talked about the government vermin getting out of marriage entirely. I definitely agree but what would you say is the best argument for it to appeal to the masses such it everything they make your life worse and your relationship with your significant. Other is between your significant other so if you want that governed by a contract that's a you issue as a you problem is I've bond of saying and have been pummeled for saying. It's a you problem. You have a contract with your like I have a it is an actual contract with my wife. It is a marriage dissolution contract it spells out my duties and it spells out what happens if God forbid we get divorced in fact is a very funny story so when my so in the Jewish community apparently I never thought is the thing but apparently in certain communities it is a thing to haggle over what the divorce the settlement looks like so you actually write that into the pre-nup. It's a pre nup basically and you and so some people like really haggle over this yeah and my father-in-law Wedneday sits down before before married and he's like I don't have a serious conversation on and I was like okay as kind of worried like what is this going to be and say I want to discuss the amount in the Tuba and I said all right and he says well. Do you have any idea what it should be. I don't care whatever you want. Am I getting divorced or we're getting married or San married. Yeah whatever literally any number I don't care and he says okay but but really like what do you want to suggest that I seriously don't care put ten million dollars and he and he goes any any laughs and super happy with a million dollars Oh man. I'm glad I didn't have to do that. 'cause I'm priceless okay well. Let's be real. Does your parents who've been like a cow from Oklahoma. There'd been a fresh cow not an old one one. That's still able to me laying hens yeah exactly get some laying a chicken a cow and a pitchfork pheasants Eric didn't air. It didn't have to go to the mat for you. I'm that's why wild-boar amount on the living recruit screw you write this. This amazing daily wire subscriber says I know it's sort of old news now that but that everyone talking about the impeachment of Donald Trump but what is your opinion on the vape band so I mean my honest opinion overall and I want to study more closely because I honestly haven't paid much attention to it. I is is that it seems like a moral panic to me and based on the sheer number of people who've Abe and the sheer number of people who have actually been hurt by vaping that seems like a not huge number with that said I do happened to personally know somebody who nearly died from vaping so it's I've seen that it can damage people but it seems to me that like most as libertarian like most other products. If you choose to to use a product and then you are hurt by the product then that's kind of on you and so I'm not in favor of banning of products. Almost they're inherently dangerous. It doesn't seem to me from the data that I've seen that vaping is inherently dangerous that it can be used apparently as a way to get off of cigarettes for a lot of people but again. I'M GONNA plead ignorance on this one that sort of my half fast take. I don't really have a deeper take until I've actually studied the stats. It's kind of I kind of viewed as like the if you choose to run the car without your seatbelt on and then you get hurt worse or Dinakar right right but you gotta buckle up kids yelling that that seems right Yep all right Howdy Ben. I hope this is not or someone from the south. My name is William every every single letter. You know what normal Americans like you to. They're not just like coastal lead us that listen to the Ben Shapiro show listen. You can't normal people in Middle America America okay so people in the Middle America the best. I told you my Oklahoma story yeah. First Time I visited Oklahoma. Yes walking down the street and okay so if you're from. La You know you walk down the street. If someone catches your eye you immediately look away because you don't WanNa get cut right you you. You don't know if this person's crazy like they might kill you. So you said instead you look away. I was walking down the street Oklahoma. City is hosting local radio show when I was like eighteen and this lady catches my eye and she looks at me and I start to local NGOs howdy I called my father and I don't know what's what's going on. I don't know what this place not fair. You weren't famous enough yet that she knew who you were Ono's obscure and it was like this is like people are nice and they say hello to each other and I'm not scared what's going. Bring me Home Santa's prager. I feel like when I first met him and he's a where are you from because you're not from here because he could tell and I said from Oklahoma Llama. He said the nicest people I've ever met from Oklahoma Yeah and I was like Oh yeah. Ben Has the story I mean people people exploit this by the way so we used to know in my family and actress who was also waitress and and she had deliberately put it on a southern accent tips Oh..

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"shapiro" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

10:24 min | 1 year ago

"shapiro" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Remember that time when we broke away from you and then created the great country in the history of the world and you're not a part of it remember that I am actually I am actually anglophile. I'm very grateful for the heritage of Anglo American law and very grateful for Magna Carta. I have a lot of fondness for Great Britain. I I love British history. I will say that a constitution that that is focused in on checks and balances and has the idea of guaranteed rights lying at center is is is a very very good idea and has preserved a lot more liberty particularly in the area of the First Amendment in the Second Amendment then has Great Britain like I have a lot of respect of the parliamentary system but it just is not preserved moved central liberties the same way that the United States has and people should go watch your Sunday special with Daniel Hannan. Also you see me talk to another brick Piers Morgan those good times that was really that was fun. I there's a guy like I actually listened to it on spotify. Yeah you can listen on spotify which I love because I can do the cars mazing and then I went back and watched it because I wanted you see the body language. I like. I mean the weird thing. I mean you know this because we're friends yeah. The weird thing is I actually kind of Nice to people in kind of like them but I just destroyed my brand. Only that setting is turned on though like it has to be turned on the issue bobby and hanging out with any well listen. I've been hanging out with my family and anyone else yeah. There's no chance I'm GONNA hang out with anyone else like I'm best friends with the with my business partner this business we have never in ten years been out to dinner by ourselves elves when we were not on a business trip and spouses were not apple like it's never happened ever like I don't get invited to dinners all the time not interested in I mean you and I have been friends and for a very very long time. When have we ever seen each other outside of work absence our spouses? Oh never it's never happened ever so yeah. It's not a thing even functions and you don't come to cross house barbecues. No that's right I mean it's like baby showers and birthday party yeah exactly and if and if it is something where become it's always like years exactly aright. Hello Ben Big Fan. What if anything can we do to bring Adam Schiff to just as we round up a posse and then we go down to CNN headquarters we find a pup tent can't Adam Schiff is in there because it's all day long just sits in the Pompton round him? Bring Him Dejesus that this all got. I mean not your impersonation of the people were I'm from. No that's just checking. I don't know not your turn their cowboys from places that are not in Oklahoma Yeah but the best ones are vocal homa. I don't some would I'd say the best ones are from Dallas Anyway. How can we get Congress back on track women? This is the question they've done nothing but waste our money answer answer. Stop giving the money there you have it really that that is the solution. The answer is that Congress should not have so much power. They should not be able to legislate on US much. The states should be the central repositories of walking and local governments should be the central repositories of lawmaking. Yes Congress will continue to waste your money because wherever there is money to waste people will do it. I mean there has never yet been an institution with lots of money where people don't waste lots of money like that's just the way that it is because also because in government there's no profit incentive to gain of a big company and it doesn't waste lots of money because if it did it would be bankrupt the the government never goes bankrupt. The Nice thing is that if they raise lots of money they know where that came from and it is from you so they can just keep taking your money all right how okay favourite era to study in American History Story Oh man so when I was younger when I was when I was a kid it was revolutionary war history. I loved I loved it yeah super into it as folk score fans no I used to dress up as John Atoms for Halloween every single year on him and seeing all the songs from seventeen seventy six of course all of them and all the words and so revolutionary war history of big into and then when I was in middle school I was big into civil war history so and that lasted probably through I mean I still find civil war and pre-civil history absolutely riveting not just because of the inherent the drama of a country is gonNA fight itself but also because of the moral the moral ambiguity of a lot of the stance that were being being taken like Stephen Douglas stance on slavery anti-slavery but also he wants to keep the country together. The evolution of the country in that period is so is fascinating. you know the dark side side of the American experiment is absolutely worth studying so all of that is riveting when I was in college I was big into the progressive era so I steady Woodrow Wilson a lot and tr now I was into I was doing a lot of world war two era stuff but it really depends I mean I I read history and Sassoli Salei so I'm their areas of history that are sort of under covered like everything basically from the civil war to nineteen hundred is wildly under covered and there's a really I just recommend on the show. There's a great biography of grant. That's out right now by rancher now that's really fascinating and a lot of that is about the post civil war era and the radical Republicans in the attempt to reconstruct construct south and how that failed one of the great tragedies in American history. I love history fascinating stuff so it's hard for me. Choose one particular era. I can usually people ask that I ask give me an era and then I'll trying give you a book. That's good about that era and you're like an encyclopedia library. I mean I I have some I mean I I feel bad now. My wife is doing the comrie method and we're talking about this before and I'm thinking about which books to get rid of yeah. and I WANNA make a list of the books that I have at least I can refer back in my mind to where I got stuff but I have at home something like seventy five five hundred books and so I have to I have to go through all of that and figure out many books yeah and it probably read eighty percent of them. Maybe wow maybe five percents so when you walk into a bookstore you're perusing online what makes you have you ever gone to buy a book that you didn't intend by. What made you buy that book so I I used to do this a lot when I was in law school so when you now the kids once you have kids you have no time for anything the serve kids it might actually like it but mike his kids like it too but then it's also you have to put all the books back? That's true myself. Yeah my son's a wreck I mean he'll just like burn down on the store but my daughter will sit there and really enjoy but you know when I when I was in law school every spare minute basically because there's nothing to do in Cambridge in the winter I mean it's dark and cold and terrible and so every minute I just walked down to the Harvard Bookstore or some of these bookstores they had down there now just browse and the usually I'd go to a particular section and yeah I would use the blurbs on the back of the book is sort of a guide as to at least where it was gonNA stand politically nonfiction book when it came to fiction I would usually go through you know top hundred lists and see what people had to say yeah and then I checked to see if the premise was interesting yeah and so that's why if I look at top hundred lists of top hundred novels voles all read most of them but I do the same thing with movies like if I wanted to watch movie when I was back in college law school I would go to the top hundred listen. I I would just watch something on the list so literally seen every single movie on the top one hundred and that's and I mean it's not a bad way to do it. I mean at least you've you've read the stuff that's supposed to be great trade even if it doesn't end up being great or seen that sort of stuff but at the coal thing to go off of that yeah I mean now when I go to a bookstore it's more like is there an author who I like and is there a new book out by that author author so there's book I'm reading right now. Call deeper calmer ALANTHEA's and I think he's he wrote a book called Matterhorn about the Vietnam War. This book is about the logging in the in the late nineteenth century in Oregon but he's a great author and he can really right and so for him. It was like a new Book Came Out Wall Street Journal Book Review Section is the single best thing in print. It's great their view section is just fantastic and so every Shibat my parents who subscribed bring that over and I read that through I get a lot of my new book recommendations from their call all right in a recent conversation station about the Second Amendment with a friend I mentioned that it is important because it is a right protected by the Constitution to which he responded quote but the Constitution is old close quote. How would you have responded to him by laughing hysterically at his stupidity? That's that's that's the dumbest response ever. You know what is old a lot of stuff and you know it's good a lot of stuff and you know what's dumb a lot of new stuff like why is the age thing or an idea somehow representative quality. There are a lot of dumb new ideas. The idea that a man can become a woman is idiotic this new oh idea you know it's an old idea that a man cannot become a woman that happens to be far more intelligence. You know it's an old idea. The stuff in the ten commandments seems pretty intelligent to me. Yeah I mean there's there's lots of stoats watches. I mean there's antique but in terms of Principles I mean my whole book is about the idea that a smart person looks at the past and tries to call from the past what is quality and then card away. What is not a stupid person looks at the past and says all those old idiots? They didn't know anything and if I had been them I'd be saying exactly same thing I'm saying today and it's a really stupid. Irritating juvenile way of reading history is why you see people like George Washington slaves. I'm a better person than George Washington like nope. You're not. I'm sorry to tell you this probably not smarter probably not better and you didn't live then so you don't know and this idea that you would have you'd have been there new. You would've said to George Washington. You know what's wrong with you. You're not for gay rights. If you're living like seventeen eighty sure I'm sure that's what you would have said. Also in your fantasy world you get green energy from Unicorn and so what what what are you what are you talking about people exist in the context in which they live and there's something also deeply sell flattering about that and deeply insulting wanting to people who live in parts of the world that disagree with your values by the way you know you have all of these people who are like Oh yeah all cultures are equal and all ideas are equal the same people will then suggest that their ideas are so so eminently correct in so eminently obvious that could born been born at any time in any place and they would have held those values regardless said well. Guess what you know. The number of people who hold your values across the span span of human history is like seven really the the people who are living right now some of them hold your values not the vast majority of humanity. The vast majority of humanity does not hold your values and so maybe you should think think about how did your values rise. Where did they come from? What are the roots of those values? Even the values that you think are different than new very often they have roots and values that are older so the roots of same sex marriage for example that the argument libertarian argument is not hurting anybody and so it's nobody else's business what I do well that is a that is a value that is founded a belief in individual rights and individual worth and value and that in turn is found in a belief that you are an individual human being with unique value and that's actually a biblical value so you can take Biblical valley wide variety of directions and that doesn't mean that the current interpretation of the biblical value is is necessarily correct but if you.

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The Ben Shapiro Show

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"shapiro" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Bearing Michael's body Nellie River while I mean killing Jack Hammer through the cement to get there there are some dirt parts though that's true that's true they're. They're re greening the river over who could use his body as come post wait. I will live high planning our weekend. Hello everyone I'm Lisa crowds and we're we're live with our newest episode of the conversation with me is editor in chief New York Times bestselling author my brother from another Ben Shapiro wild enthusiasm he he will he's just excited because it's Friday and he knows after this he gets to go home for land for Rosh Hashanah and oh yeah you get you raise off good for you now. Thank God well played. God literally key is this. Is this a holiday that you can eat though it's not a fast day right not fast although next Wednesday's a fast day and then ten days as after that as a fast day okay so yeah here's auto fasting you could do like a Ben Shapiro weightwatchers plant as a Yo Yo Diet. This is like you eat a lot of Shana. You don't need it all on some good Dalia. You don't need it all on Yom Kippur. You'd a ton coat like it's just up and down like Renee Zellweger before and after British Joneses diary just like rollercoaster with wait that's exactly right and then I have really a lot of plastic surgery to me all right. We'll get back to the topic at hand which is the conversation and we are conversing but we want all of view to be able to ask your questions. which is what we'll be doing for an entire hour here at the Delaware? Please remember that at our conversation is live for everyone to watch but only the daily wire subscribers get to ask the question. How do you ask the questions head on over to a brand new recently updated daily daily wire dot com super fast? It's super cool super fast..

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The Ben Shapiro Show

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"shapiro" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"A car truck right shapiro in their how did you hear about us box so they know we sent you because that's how you heard about them so read shapiro in that how did you hear about us box at rock auto dot com so let's talk about what it was like the cover the supreme court obviously the supreme court has become incredible hot button certainly over the course of my lifetime really think it's it's been exacerbated over the really since roe versus wade but even in the last fifteen or twenty years and seems to become the number one issue and a lot of people's radar many people a tribute resident trump's victory in fact it there is an open supreme court seat in that wasn't really a seat on so what was it like to cover the supreme court how politically wasn't on when i first got started i realized how much i had learned the very first giant case i covered over there was dealing with some guantanamo bay the rights of various prisoners they're it'd been back and forth through the federal court system numerous times an i just kinda reid the rancor and get ready for covering it there at the supreme court i was like whoa this is a whole different level of 'em reporting it's a toughie discover 'cause they're almost zero leaks over there i mean any one who's clerking they're they're not gonna blow their entire legal career giving you information it's not like congress where people like here i've got stuff i wanna i wanna leave videos completely the opposite but i loved it because it wasn't intellectual challenge for me i was getting to you is that law background doing it i just i knew i had a lot of work to do to get up to speed over there so there's a little overwhelming in the beginning on that's a very austere place a and they don't mess around over there but i've really enjoyed getting to know the various justices as much as you can really trying to figure out how their brains work how you think they're gonna vote on and really attributing the oral arguments because there were a lot of them lee booby traps on both sides and they want to play devil's advocate you don't know how they're gonna vote 'em so i yeah i.

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The Ben Shapiro Show

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"shapiro" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Thanks so much for joining the Ben Shapiro show. Sunday, special government, I mean, not that you had much of a choice in this sort of work here are scraping the bottom of the barrel on, but I appreciate it. Okay. Well, for those of us who don't know anything about your background, except that you sit in cards and have a beard, and our dour wh what's your what's your background? How how did you get to the point where you get paid to sit in cars and right columns and be down and have a beard. You know, it's it's it's a really uninteresting story. But I think I think it began with I was I was kind of a terrible student. So I didn't people ask me all the time. Did you go to college? And what did you go to college for? Did you go to college for singing and cars and getting screaming into a phone and the answer is is no I didn't go to college. I was a pretty bad student barely graduated high school don't to why mentioning all this. But it's true. In fact, I didn't even know that I was going to graduate high school until the way that I found out is I went to the graduation rehearsal, which for some reason you have to rehearse walking across the stage. And I knew that if I went to the hersal and my name was on a seat. So I had an assigned seat that I'm going to graduate, and I'm gonna get to. And so it was and so that's. And I kind of bounce around for. But I I knew that I I wanted to somehow sort of being gauged in the conversation on a public level. I didn't really know how to go about doing that. So I figured maybe one ways to get into radio, which is what I did for about seven years got into just music radio is a music DJ, and and make it about seventeen thousand dollars a year doing that basically, poverty wages and at some point. I realized that this is not, you know, it's hard to climb your way up and trust your radio these days..

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The Ben Shapiro Show

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"shapiro" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"And it turns out four billion years isn't enough. But it certainly the abrupt jumps that Gould was talking about. We're not allowing the mechanism enough time to work. So we had this this kind of. Irony in evolutionary biology in the eighties and nineties in particular goals model pretty much was dismissed by the early two thousands. But you had Gould's model was viewed as a good one for describing the fossil record accurately, but it didn't have a mechanism the Darwinian mechanism, but it was inconsistent with the fossil record. And also, then as we've later critique the mechanism was also lacks the creative power to generate the information necessary to build big new major innovations in the history of life. So from a design perspective, what exactly is the theory of how one species would become another suddenly is that there's a bunch of dead DNA that activated or is it that, you know, right something injects new information into the system. How would that work? Well, the the question of species raises this whole question of envelopes variability, we see evidence of design at the the low sigh of the design are when you get the major innovations occurring in history of life. But the information that is present in. A major group of organisms might be sufficient to allow a lot of variation within within an envelope. So that's why they're there is Evelyn. We think there is clearly evolution that takes place. The question is how how much information was present. And how how wide the envelopes of variability are that are generated by that information. So there's a terrific of loosener biologists and cell biology biologists at the university of Chicago also named Shapiro James Shapiro, who's got a new theory of Aleutian. He calls natural genetic engineering, and he notices that and has documented that that many of the mutations that we actually see at work are not random at all. They're they're an expression of what he calls preprogramed adaptive capacity where there's a an external trigger stress put on an organism and that triggers the the production of certain proteins that for which the organism had the capability of building all along as it had the genetic information there, and so a lot of the evolution. We. Is actually preprogramed adaptive capacity, which is really an exciting biological phenomenon that the Darwinian haven't really taken full account of. But it does raise the question of the origin of that. Adaptive capacity. We're the pre-programme come from so intelligent design says the the inputs of information from outside the system from an intelligence are located in that preprogrammed adaptive capacity, but it the theory also acknowledges that there's Evelyn possible doing downstream as the result of that pre existing information. All right. Let's talk about the origin of life problem. The the question being how did organic life arise from non organic material there some experiments that were done in the early twentieth century in which under certain conditions. It looked as though maybe organic material could be created from non organic material. But they're really as you point out has not been a great explanation of how nano redneck material could create an information system like DNS wondering, so. Yeah. The famous experiments still in of the biology textbooks is the Miller Yuri experiment of nineteen fifty two and nineteen. Fifty-three they sparked a chamber that had gases known as reducing gases that then spontaneously produced a few of the twenty protein forming amino acids two or three problem is that amino acids do not a protein make and proteins by themselves. Do not make life. So they were really quite a long ways away from demonstrating anything like a spontaneous chemical origin of life. It's ironic that that experiment was performed in the same year as Watson and creeks discovery of the structure of the DNA molecule and the subsequent elucidation the information bearing properties of the molecule because in what's called chemical evolutionary theory by the nineteen sixties and certainly by the early nineteen eighties. The field reached a state of impasse precisely because the biologist and the and the Biochemists realized that to build an actual living cell. You've gotta have information-rich molecules. You can't just have the components. Can't just have the letters. You've got to have the sentences..

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The Ben Shapiro Show

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"shapiro" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Sorry. Moving on Evan Ben. Why do you have a problem with men wearing minimal clothing? I e a grout arranger panties, most amount of homosexual. So there's that. Mostly, is there another part of the answer? I in general MFN of modesty. That's always it's both the, I'm not gay, so I don't really enjoy that. And also the also the generally in favour of modesty, but most of it is the, I don't really enjoy seeing men unclothed. So I would say it's mostly up. Neither do I, which makes it real hard to work with Knowles or it'd be married. Apparently. I mean, that's. Mainly mainly should've taken a picture though of Crowder in his shorts with Knowles in his boxers that he likes to one around the office in. It's like there's one creep at every company just set this place on firemen, and we have ours on fire. AVI says, hi, if someone were to travel back in time, fifteen to twenty years, what would he have to be like to be friends with younger Ben Shapiro? I know it wasn't really a friends person. It's always been more of a family person than a friend's person. Honestly, the thing that would have been interested. I always liked to have interesting conversations with people, so you'd actually have to be interested in things. My pet peeve is people who are boring because the truth is that when people this is Dennis Prager line, it's exactly right when people say they're bored with things, it's because they're boring, right? If you're interested in things and you find the world and interesting place and you are in wanna talk about ideas, then this is always true, and this is true of my friends. Now, all of my friends. Now we enjoyed talking about ideas. We don't really wanna minute lunch and people are talking about people. I'm really not all that interested in it. All right. Some these singer eight says I was listening to pod, save America. I don't know why a couple of weeks ago they mentioned how Oklahoma, that's my home state passed a massive tax cut that crippled the state's finances. How much of this is you know, honestly, I don't know the answer to that. I'd actually have to research that I haven't paid a lot of attention to Oklahoma because I don't live there, but it's, but I'll check that out and I'll get back on that one. All right. Brad says, Ben, my dad is in kidney failure and had a heart transplant. A year ago, I spent all of my savings for bills and had to.

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The Ben Shapiro Show

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"shapiro" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Important is because one of the arguments and the civil war was that once the federal government had violated the sovereignty of particular states those states were signatories to the constitution and therefore they no longer had to abide by it right the contract against the states have been violated and so states have the ability and the right to pull out this is what they call the compact theory that the constitution was a compact between the states it was not actually compact of the people hamilton for seeing this problem in seventeen eightynine is already writing about he says the possibility of a question of this nature proves the necessity of laying the foundations of our national government deeper than in the mere sanction of delegated authority the fabric of american empire ought to rest on the solid basis of the consent of the people all caps the streams of national power ought to flow immediately from that original fountain of all legitimate authority so this is why there were specific constitutional conventions called in each state in order to approve the constitution and the idea here was that it was the people themselves we're going to approve the constitution and so the compact of the constitutions between all of the people not just the various states who have their various interests at play okay so we'll be back here tomorrow with all the latest news i'm ben shapiro this is the ben shapiro show the venture bureau shows produced by mathis glover executive producer jeremy boring senior producer jonathan hey our technical producer is austin stevens edited by alison garowe audio's mixed by mike komeito herron makeup is just what i'll vera the venture bureau show is a daily wire forward publishing production copyright four publishing two thousand eighteen.

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The Ben Shapiro Show

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"shapiro" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

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The Ben Shapiro Show

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"shapiro" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Okay hi this is a foreign feature they came out and i think two thousand five won best foreign films who thousand six and it's fantastic movie about the east german stodgy spying on this artist in east germany who they think has become a dissenter even though he really hasn't been how the stasi spies actually changed by watching people interact it's really fascinating movie trying it out the lives of others it's a very anticommunist film never seen it so we are very grateful first monsters over its share of course so skill share as we told you is an online learning platform over eighteen thousand classes and design business technology and more you can take classes in graphic design social media marketing illustration mobile photography i've taken some in social media marketing i've taken some in watercolor so whether you're trying to deepen your professional skill set or start a side hustle or just explore new passion skill share makes sure that you're learning listen if you lose your job you wanna make sure the resume is constantly growing if you don't lose your job make sure the resumes constantly growing increase your level of pay hey this is what skill share is for and there are millions of students already learning on skill shirt today they have a special offer for my listeners two months it skills show for just ninety nine cents which is forty four point five cents on average that's right skill shares offering my listeners two months limited access so for eighteen thousand classes for just ninety nine cents to sign up go to skill share dot com slash appeal that skill share dot com slash appear we'll get those two months right now skill share dot com slash shapiro check it out so everyone is watching the latest episode of the conversation i mean lisa krause and of course we have our very own editor in chief the daily wire ben shapiro of the ben shapiro show subscribers can ask their questions live over at daily wire dot com and ben will answer them for everyone to hear we're rolling through them as fast as they are coming in so we're trying folks to ask.

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The Ben Shapiro Show

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"shapiro" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Have we're live with our newest episode of the conversation i'm your host leash across in our very own ben shapiro will be taking live questions for an entire hour so please remember our conversation is live for everyone to watch but you can only be a part of it if you are a subscriber to the daily wire subscribe to daily wire dot com now and join us and be sure to tune in for the next month's episode featuring our very own andrew klavan on tuesday april tenth at five thirty pm eastern two thirty pm pacific time we promise will try very best to start on time ben just takes forever to get done with her and make up and it's all his fault yeah it's problem probably that exactly that right why aren't you wearing green because they don't partake in this treacherous stereotyping of the irish but we're on your set and it's all green aren't you the best around here well i wasn't expecting this kind of grilling own employees we're waiting for my goodness we're just just get abused by employees we're just waiting for the questions to pour in so i have to fill time and i have to chit chat with you about things oh that's always until story about my daughter because we have nothing else to talk about so before i was so rudely in trump by staff telling me it had to be silenced onset okay i was telling you the story about my daughter did yesterday because she's an adorable person she's four years old and she simultaneously brilliant as well as evil so she takes bother correct so she's very cute person so she so she had her violin lesson yesterday and my dad has a habit of taking her ice cream after her violin listen every every time and so she finishes i had to take her yesterday my dad's out of town so i took her door vilem lesson and afterwards says i want to scream and i said well we need to go home get your brother and then mommy will come home later and maybe we'll go for ice cream then and she wants to go to menchu's which is a frozen yogurt place out here in the west and so she.

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