20 Episode results for "Steve Harrigan"

A tribute to KUOW's Marcie Sillman

KUOW Newsroom

04:31 min | 7 months ago

A tribute to KUOW's Marcie Sillman

"This is k. u. o. w. I'm cam album. This week is the last week in the office. For long time k. u. o. w. host and arts reporter mercy silman katie sewell brings us this reflection. Marcy simmons career at k. u. o. w. began december second nineteen eighty five and that date will also mark her official retirement december. Second twenty twenty. Exactly thirty five years and in those years. She is held a lot of jobs producer. The host of all things considered the k. Would've you news director. And then alongside. Her longtime colleagues. Steve share in dave beck. She created co-hosted. Kyw's weekday show that aired for almost twenty years. here's a former co host. Steve share she was the hardest working person she was always working on stories for. Npr and she was always working on stories for koa. W and at the same time she was hosting a two hour daily program and that work ethic has never gone away. And i always respected that. I always tried to learn from that. But no matter who she was writing for or what position. Marcy held in the newsroom. She always had a strong central passion. Here's marcy high was persistent in covering arts and culture. Even when they didn't want me to do it. I was doing it two years ago. He would have you officially named marcy the designated arts reporter but in reality. She's been on. The arts beat her whole career for her. The arts are just as important as any other type of news are really expresses who we are as human beings especially this past year in the pandemic. You realize how important it is. It's for me. The place where. I find communion with the fellow travelers of the world. We can express our joy our sorrow question things around us. Reflect the world back. And i just think it's essential to me are discern essential workers marcy has interviewed hundreds even thousands of over her thirty five years but one of them stands out above the rest musician. Jennifer hopper. oh make you. This is the record on kyw. Ross i'm marcie silman. That voice jennifer hoppers. A life can change in a moment and for jennifer hopper. That moment was july nineteenth. Two thousand nine jennifer is the survivor of a horrific rape and murder and seattle's south park neighborhood. She came into the studio and talked about forgiving her attacker. In that moment as she told me the story. I had this apparent any about grace. And the capacity that human sav to transcend anger and to transcend grief. It's that ability yield and to recognize yourself in somebody else and in that moment of storytelling. She really changed my life throughout her career. Mercy has changed lives as well as a mentor and collaborator and as a friend to generations of people working in public radio. Here's her longtime colleagues. Steve harrigan marshy brings a wealth of experience and a body of work that only becomes more and more valuable as time goes on. That kind of knowledge is valuable and rare. And when it's gone it's gone. I'm able to do everything i can host. And i can report and i'm fast. You lose wisdom when an old person leaves you lose wisdom. It's time it's time to go. I feel mixed emotions for sure leaving. But i wanna thank all the artists in this town for the work that they've done in for just trusting me with their stories. I mean i'm more grateful than i can say for. Kyw i'm katie. Soule only hold you.

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Part 2: Sid Fernando, Steve Haskin

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

32:56 min | 1 year ago

Part 2: Sid Fernando, Steve Haskin

"Because you've got the leather on and you know yeah I saw was a gorgeous weekend and so a lot of people out I thought he was Oh yeah it's great this is great riding weather summary Just way you now depending on where you are you get hot yeah I think he's terrific stallion prospect I mean it was so fast versatile I I think he's a g one winner turf end or roast Brussel sprouts They had a couple of little sort of Rochetta style pizzas. The bartender was the Dalian's that are headed to their their future home that includes preservationists yesterday to Airdrie and then of course at Hillsdale and he'll lyndale announced its stud fees for next year the move a little premature L. Pick it out yes get back to US said a couple of things to talk about and we had over the last forty eight hours a couple of A or in that range you know you're talking fifteen now world of trouble and I gotTa tell you any world trouble I correct yeah and from the Actual Family Shero stand in Florida Blue Shero also by camp down Sir that was just terrific on fifth called blueprint little time it's they've got a house special three meets three cheeses or you could pick that was tremendous they they have fabulous in Spencer's hand youngest son and we brought his roommates to the five of us went to see the brothers and he found a place of world of trouble and he'll stand by his his own sire can't Theros what's the appeal of a you know get there is is quitting stonestreet stallion just like playing music uncurling which are at Hillsdale dot has a great relationship we now he's going to thirty I starting to get better manage where you can really help them and so we play him at that same price Relatively mid priced stallion had how do you differentiate a world trouble versus Kent Narrows I can't yeah they basically do they do small plates tapestry deal but they do charcuterie plate with You know a you know one huge been a nine hundred fifty thousand nine hundred thousand Darnay for stonestreet delays once that was it for him over the big pedigree that's what Army Neil apple another extremely fast but he's like freezing fire gets the generation doing their own custom drinks staff was wonderful blueprint and they got a they got a little patio in the back to the places cry at Fifth Avenue There Park Slow my God what's gone on there is unbelievable it really is it's great to grade area and and it's really great they put him to study anyway and he got preakness winner cloud computing from his first crop so you know John got has been the form that he thinks and don't forget you also stick candy ride I got a real track record of starting since without the big Pedigree on where the big sire line again another really fast sprinter he says for five thousand dollars Florida he's got one hundred thirty marriages I the first year yeah can't get a bump of from twenty to thirty he's been going up from the time the five and of Florida airline so they're practically creating this sire line right now so he'll be that kind of stuff and abnd can't barrows including his own wine from that Taylor the cats aren't aspect of success and he's GonNa keep going back to the well when gets that real fast course Recall his stuff he did you remember which one World War troubled let me see they announced it so should be fifteen thousand and can't theros thirty AH was last year I think I think you'll find that world trouble is going to be extremely popular again even Mcclain's music even by distorted humor was only wait for once coutries facilitation performance Ed page two world troubles this notable and that is the female family offers a real diversity for fast enough obviously to win that Carter which really enhances what was already a you know a developing an impressive resume but to be among other Holy Bull let's see yeah same style I know Dr Fager rough and tumble anything more John Doug's consistently and sort of what air agree Burton Jones to do don't take the rates twice grade one winner on both the Turfan dirt and to also have been precocious he was good at two and that's that's come a characteristic of ellendale there's a couple of things that when you compare can't their offices markers that that might tick and he kind of feels like going to study feels like a potential spice so the speed that packed in this pedigree and certainly ran to it you know He stretched out admirably grated steak place over a router ground Tampa Bay Derby you'll look at that pedigree and I do see some obviously would Barbara Banke and can't kind of lit up had to come over to Kentucky where he went to fifteen then he went to down type that might get different kinds of runners middle distance and milers right I mean he's got Seattle slew in there and the fact that he arguably I mean certainly Michael Dub kept telling Jason Service to that that he was better on that he was faster on turf than than the world's of trouble who's a generation across and like I said that it's worth all that the pedigree ride the rails when nobody would touch him yelling at six yards node him for he got mode and Emily Codex I mean there's stamina there's some turf there's there there's a little bit of everything going on that's maybe why he was what he was the places to eat that nobody knows about but they're pretty good we found just by and I put it in and then you know the content success during a Prairie Jones has had success doing it and byways native we'll speed horse same profiling can't Theros went to study not into sometimes sire line will be that way for generations and then Ranko into a different thing that's the beauty of the the Seattle slew line represented the reality line when you mentioned valid expectations Dorsey yellow in the in comparison female not even though he was a leading yearling that year Bush stab and eighth coast stable put him to start himself down in Florida has another huge can't bear in the pedigree you know Kinda confirmed the how how well the sideline has done cited for next season already and when it comes to these new stallions we'll see what kind of recommendations and you know he started Con Medallion Doro Had Hillen Dale too so he hire his third damn great above is damn great above of course the sire of tired can actually get worse instead say farther depending on the mayor and the great pedigree fear is the people people love new stallions the shiny new object and Backley tell you what one of the big stories bridal song he's GonNa get that potential successor and you know been going right down the line last year cross traffic at the game is you never know when at what point transformation and start to take place I mean work like Mr prospector right then they then they are in the acclamation royal applause line of try my best is well known in Europe for that Oughta got it's in the Air Coops Award winner from his first crop and then later with the actually existing of Peter Branch the counties to Goosey Yellow Belmont stakes winner I mean you know he transformed himself he himself was a sprinter his sire was sprinter. Yeah that's true and you can't you don't know you know most speed Orson if the become the for it for longer distances depending on how the marriage to and then there's a sire that Franken rural or the family and tell them Wanna see that and it's you know it's it's really speed type of pedigree can't their os we'll do some more analysis of course when you work with it and work thoroughbred consultants he get the broodmare compatibility analysis and Frank overall I explain this best now these considered this they have to be good Cyrus first but if they are there's results from yesterday Liam's map one of the big you know one of the big sellers and I wanted I do WanNa get a little bit of sales stuff in said but there was a change with him and and I think he's classified that Trans Brilliant example well Liam's map obviously big day as part of the select portion but there were some other really notable was Liam's map as rain we've been on this show we can county down year about when and we need to bring this horse up they brought the horse up and by breeding SIP smears Kleber marriage brands beginning of July two now is limbs map who's probably one of the most atypical physical funds of unbalance on numbers there's a there's a couple I it addition I was gonNA bring up leans map because for those that haven't had a chance to look at the sale that's pretty serious and he bears some series watching beaten I mean those are phenomenal I thought successes spite stor again we talked a keeneland spicer had five offered and there's none in the in the there's all the big flavoring syndicate type of Clientele for Manson's worst he ended up obviously getting Derby winter he has now to g one winners in first crop two year old years not even out he's catapulted himself and number four on the first crop those worldly trouble damn valid expectations you know that's valid appeal Mount Livermore is classify just pure brilliant sire and that's no matter what only getting screeners I there some of those more in Europe spent with that you could two year old champion but what happened what's happening now in short period of time actually since open the offerings today five for five spite stir yesterday sold through at you know a nice prices at Nice multiples what you're talking about what he would prankul roller refer to as transfer brilliant side which is a brilliant speed horse that can't transfer is that can Start out really quickly the environment is conducive to early maturity and you figure to be Early Developing Horses Quick Courses Seventy toys is obviously welcome beyond constitution American Farrell and competitive edge and he's when you get to grade one winners from your first days uncaptured eight for ten exaggerate or had a good day cozine who brought up last week as well those were summit smaller regional Horton's that they've taken down there they performed a lot better than some of the big name or he's which nobody specifics about yesterday before I talk about the great one winners the two year old's from the weekend a Liam's map colt fairly late perhaps problems and you try to shop secondary market you mentioned we mentioned leaves map and to in the session yesterday Nick Merrick and domestic actually brings home the top two knockdowns two hundred and thirty thousand for the DOC fee the big beast is crafting I think a story to watch five for five for him up start for for six two Komo I mean Yeah I Florida has a history of making stallions were Asu lay a ban by the way Laya band looks to be kind of percolating on the back burner and we were Brooklyn we were at Barclays Center Saturday night Oh wow yeah oh that's right I heard you were going to go there it was great it what a scene down there by the way fifty I mean it's sometimes trump's pedigree and makes you quick and you start the horses that you're talking about Steve Those type of words instead back and yeah well it'd be lower than somebody's Eh lambs map out of Dad's Silver Pitcher Kentucky bread and offered by select two hundred thirty thousand the Empire Maker the second biggest fetch yesterday one hundred ninety thousand Americ- from the van Langan doc are traveling to and he's going to have to soldier through because he's not doing goods a terrific win delighted for the League longs to get a great one winter and then there was a constitution was the sire of the New York bread or the IT Max field and of course this is a a homebrew for the the boys in Blue Godolphin with a very big weekend early so a nice one for street sense we already talked about the Liam's map and and what he's got going but wicked whisper the for Pennsylvania breeders to now get to him for for for thirty five hundred street sense feels a little which feels a little unfair and you know and maybe maybe a little too but getting Max field who really does look like a serious player heading to Breeders Cup at in the hands of Brendon Walsh was not necessarily a guy who cranks too aggressive in you know in in decision making that some of it sometimes just right no he's actually reading first crop sire ahead of American Pharaoh right now and you know if not it's very likely he empower brokering new year's day as at downs occurs place own dale they wanted us to great British swin and you got to be close to this given a connection to the West we the maybe the change for flashback but flashback who moved to Pennsylvania and is going to be a diamond be thirty five hundred ration- and and the way the WHO knows I mean the the some of the vagaries but I mean it's certainly a great opportunity shortlists of Mary's inexpensive nairn for those horses were one of those mirrors was the dam of you know we're in second in that race that's right so there you know I mean just a phenomenal performance by constitution and this this stallion is number two it'd be at the young still be hill and Dale and they'd be popular just tells you just shows you what happens if you don't strike right away which another g. one winner as well clear winners very hard and put this into perspective consider leading general sire into mischief up until this year if you take this year out of it through the two thousand eighteen with all the auden suggests we recommend that mayor for them to agree to that horse what happened was when they were standing flashback and well those both of those both Liam's map and constitution and it immediately reflected in winner right over the who was it yet at the end of the day green the last week there was one the last couple of she had he only had three g one winners he's added two more this year so he's got five considered then that Liam's map already has to I that's from his first crop back right but that's pretty huge yeah well and it it it's a little late to in the tax on fire his g one winner in that way and he missed with the the maximum guvener Mars on avenue and run it through from one crop that you comparison me there but potential you know breakout stallion so those will have an impact immediately well we wonder one more storm Cat so what you got here is watch stallions as they may be surprising the takes place ultimately the weight of female families tell and believable and so it's unfortunate that both those have been first crop grade would be a totally different story for that towards you got to look at a horse like Bernardini type that have been bred consists of me too good mayor from the outset road you'll see you'll see the heavy influence on the Broodmare sire side that's right that was kind of a consensus point last year but this year they went ahead did I think the impetus alone which is absolutely phenomenal and he looks like he's GonNa be eight Sire Broodmares just says I'm bridled songs uh-huh maximum security the other one another one of those managed the dam of what happened was they had their action was to October of two thousand eighteen to bring him back and at that point it's getting to be that time of year and of course as soon as Breeders Cup wraps up any number of stallion to bring up because I've had it sitting on the corner of the desk for weeks on end and I keep forgetting je bring it up to you said take charge Indy's returned to North America that it didn't look like it was going to happen but it is going to happen you know it was interesting because really the Coda to every Breeders Cup and that is typically the kickoff to the to the breeding season and the blood at Saratoga a week from yesterday and looking forward to going over there said this was terrific I appreciate it as always and the time is right doc bloodstock sale and of course we've got one actually come next week right here because broodmares and and Broodmares fol plus weanlings and yearlings everybody we're trying to I know it's busy but you gotta get a hold of Said Sire Watch and work thoroughbred consultants and all the things until next Tuesday that deadline for your full nomination for the Breeders Cup is October fifteen you will not five one zero four nine hundred eleven plus your broodmares and while we're with said I'm going to remind virtually daily now was the success that empire maker was having in the sheltering and the actual success that take charge indy was demi you know there hasn't been a lot of success voices that have been exported and then come back apparently kids and bottled saw main up getting Liam's map and arrogant as two sons but it'll be at the end of the or whether you're going to sell if you're going to sell that Little Breeders Cup nominated down there is worth money in the sales ring Elliott Walden it you know obviously talking to people and he asked me what my opinion about it was as well and I told them and if your horse becomes any kind this is four hundred dollars it's think of it as an insurance policy go ahead in any of his son the that that's another theme that we had on and and you know then down the walk ever but the four hundred dollars you cannot go wrong and it's got to be done by October fifteenth don't miss out I right now at at at this stage of the game Bernese Bernardini of course Santa Baby as well and then you've got honor code and got commissioner because the high tail isn't a registered stallion that you know that contributes this thing is well so go to the website with the leg situation steed asking next just quickly throughout their Bernardini this year has five g one winner the mare side he's got eight overall but five this year airs particularly will head to keeneland and phasing for bloodstock redistribution that is always the you will not spend a better four hundred dollars in the life of your foal and whether you're going to race and if you haven't been bred equate female families take secretary as an example wasn't a sire of sires there was a phenomenal side Breeders Cup and the nomination process four hundred dollars put it on on a card takes two seconds let's take a break bottom of the hour just passed don't don't got it said Fernando everybody and This also goes for your stallion potential size of skies and you also watch certain stallions that you think are going to be rude Mary and if you're going to watch those you're a boob marriage at a boo bear sire of sires when you take a gone west etc if you know the reason that Mongolian groom wasn't Breeders Cup dominated eligible this program when it comes to horses we mean business for more Information Visit Business Dot Louisville dot edu slash equine for spills dot com business. 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Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

3:01:00 hr | 7 months ago

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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Trial plus free postage and a digital scale with promo code fox that stamps dot com click on the microphone at the top of the page. Antipodean fox your listening to extra time driven by continental. How are you feeling that. I feel a lot. Better vooc extra-time macy zaki. How i find out what's going on in the mls. Maybe this podcast is influenced me a little bit as well got lost. Cut lost everybody up here. Every single day goes into the opposition into the laboratory. Try to cook up some great stuff for you guys thoughts. Why he's here From new york new york you are listening to extra time driven by continental from my apartment in bed. Stuy brooklyn i major. We'd be with my partner in soccer. Just the one today charlie davies. We can handle this charlie days again. So we're on a mountain somewhere in colorado. I feel just doing dave thing trying to find hummus in the middle of the rockies. Something like that. I don't know meditating meditating the rockies does he strike you as someone who had meditate do you meditate. I don't meditate i do. I do see a future of of meditation for for gas for empire gas. All right. maybe we'll have to get him like a nice little thought journal. Yeah just make sure it gets his thoughts in order before he comes on this show he'll be back of course on monday. We had a big show mark. Mckenzie is going to join us. He had a decent night last night. Did you see again when you were playing with mark when you're at the union. And he was a young buck. Did you see this right leg. Did you really. That's no and if anybody tells you that they've seen it that they're lying. He pulled that out of the locker. But it's nice to know that he does have it in them so i was happy to see him against first professional goal Big stuff the union to by the way they are the second team to qualify for the playoffs in addition to toronto. Fc and big stuff for mark mckenzie this year you know. He got into camping january before. All the covid stuff went down. Jim curtin is saying. Hey it's brennan earns in tim they're going to go to europe. It's just a matter of when we get the right offers. We have a lot to talk about with mark mckenzie by the way though twenty twenty indication of the times only one of the top teams the supporters. Shield were in action or out of action. I should send wednesday night. Only none of those one none of the other seven one not a single w for them a bunch of losses among those teams. It is really just a toss up. We'll talk about all the stuff on wednesday. We'll talk to mark. Mckenzie will go through some mail. I because it is a sign of the times we gotta talk about. Covert big news for the sounders for major league soccer. Roy dias picking up covid nineteen testing positive on international duty with pedal so as to the process that he's going to have to have to get back on the field in a milan. What do we wish him is family. Weston mckennie who by the way with vintage test positive. Well anybody who's experienced going through it. I've done it myself. We wish you well. We wish the best for you and your family and we hope you're back with us on the field or wherever it is very very soon. We do have an email though that. We're going to start with charlie and we've kinda we haven't discussed. This didn't know how it's going to go and we still don't. We don't know anymore than anybody else out there. But jd mccall who's allegedly particip- of all the time says guys with all the rapids games that have been postponed. How do you feel about using points per game. Instead of points earned to determine playoff spots and there were more games on wednesday postponed for kobe reasons minnesota was not able to play against chicago. Fire how do you feel about this from a competitive sense. Charlie should they go about figuring this out even with an expanded playoff field. No doubt it's a difficult time for everyone. But everyone's playing under the same circumstances and it's unfortunate but if if your team goes down with covert and there's a you know a mass bread and you can't play matches week after week after week and all of a sudden your four or five games Out and teams are still competing in playing. Then there's an unfair advantage when you come back as a lot of these teams. They're playing a ton of matches and the short amount of time so there's fatigue. There's there's the the mental anguish of having to deal with the times that we're in. So i think if you're not playing twenty games. We talked about earlier. That if you don't meet a threshold then you can't be eligible to make the playoffs just like we saw them us as back term. Fc dallas nashville didn't have their house in order now. It doesn't have to be anyone's fault but everyone's dealing with the same circumstances when it comes to covid. You have to stay isolated. You have to go from practice to home and stay at home and if there is an outbreak being able to contain it. And if you can't then the it's just the harsh reality that you got to go you can't you cannot continue to delay games not play while all these other teams are. Are you know basically putting all these miles on their legs and then all of a sudden you get to come in and beat them because you got all the fresh legs and you and you know. You're you have an advantage. So i'm with you. We being the sunset is just is just unfortunate. But if you can't continue to play then you gotta move on. I think i'm gonna throw something out there. And i'm straight up working off the top of my head right now so look if it's imperfect or has problems please charlie call me be like that doesn't make any sense at all to me. We should not do that right now. The colorado rapids just as an example. Because again they're not the only team that this is happening to. It's just that they've had the most prolonged and they now have. I believe it's three games through that ten day span to try to get things right within within the team and you get negative test across the board and three more games quote unquote postponed. But it's hard to imagine where they fit it all in so they've played thirteen games whereas the teams around them in the western conference many have played eighteen so played sixteen some played seventeen. I think every team when you get to the end the season you're supposed to have played twenty three games. I think if you have not played twenty games then you should not that you should not be in consideration for the place and this is just my opinion. This is not something i've heard. This is not something that i'm like pulling from sources. This is just me saying this right now. So if you have not played twenty games. I don't think you should be considered but if you have played twenty games because of the circumstances because i don't think it is necessarily anyone's fault. This is just the state of society right. Now it's the society that we all live in than anybody who's played twenty games or more go by points per game and i think that's okay. I think it's okay to go by points per game. And i think it's okay to have things be a little bit different. I think it's okay to say you know this is an outlier asterix year and we are going to have to be flexible and change some of the rules and deal with it the way that where we have to in the moment so at that point. If you've gotten back up to that into the playoffs you if you haven't. I'm sorry but it is like the national situations shutdown. Yeah let's go back the next year. Let's make sure the playoffs can go forward in the right way and as you said. Let's make sure everybody's doing the right things. So the playoffs don't have issues at the same time. It's very complicated. it's very difficult. We don't it's it's it's it's an instance where if all the teams are taking the responsibility to make sure that they're staying healthy enabled to compete. They should not be penalized. They shouldn't be penalized because other teams have haven't been able to keep it together Whether it's their fault or not at the end of the day every team every club has to go through the same process of making sure that they're doing everything they can in their power to play without it to not to not get it into be healthy so if a team plays every single game and didn't have to miss one because they did their due diligence they they were you know You know you can be trusted to to do their job. Then yeah i am one hundred percent with you that those other teams you gotta go. It's tough. It's not something that we want to say or be tired about but it is the reality of our world right now. Let's get more positive. Let's get indicate. And clark so he starts his first match at the morning this weekend the morning after signing and he scores the winner and then he comes in east. The game tying goal off the bench against toronto. See just the best team. In the eastern conference he receives the ball in traffic. You takes perfect touch inside. He fights off the pressure. And then this time instead of the right peg. It's the left pag in this time. Instead of getting a pass brag on it's just a laser beam to the top corner top benz as they might say upper ninety foot again both feet now. Two goals in his first two games kid is seventeen years old. I don't want to hype him too much charlie. But he's making it really hard well. He has the potential Similar to a young burn. Aaronson right you. You see these these qualities and a player where you had your head's on a swivel you're aware of your surroundings before the balkans you could see him. Take a look knowing that you can turn to the right because the players had dropped often at tfc. I think this season have attended to drop off. The omar gonzalez chris moving a partnership which will get into later. hasn't been as strong as i think dmc had hoped so he turns and he takes advantage of the gap. He found that that pocket turned. And then just let it fly. And when you have a player who is aggressive who can take advantage of opportunities that at a young age in the professional level against a strong. Tfc team yeah. It's it's okay to to start thinking about the future Because he he does have a promising one though. It's still a process and we're going to talk to mark mckenzie. It's not giving you have to earn everything and you have to continue to be pushed. So i i think that he's got a good head on his shoulders and i think he's surrounded by the right people to to make sure that it doesn't go your head. You have to continue to push yourself. Continue to improve every single day and once you get an environment in that mentality I think we're going to see a lot more from it from this young kid and i don't think it's getting to his head. He was happy he was excited. The postgame interview. He's like man. I'm glad that i came in and did that. But he said right after that we have bigger things to worry about. I think that's a great sign. I also think that maybe this season as weird bizarre as it is is a good time for young players. Like kim clarke to come in. Because he doesn't need to start every game doesn't need to be pressure on the club to put him in the lineup. right away and say hey. He's one of your best players. You gotta do this. Because of the you know wednesday saturday. Sunday back and forth mid week weekend cadence. You can just start him once a week. If that's what you wanna do just starting once a week. Bring them off the bench and the other one. Maybe bring them off the bench twice if you think. Maybe his legs aren't there. You need to give somebody else around like there's no requirement there's no pressure on the rebels to just push this kid in the lineup and let it go and i do wanna get to this from from dan who hit us up all the time from up. I believe in vancouver and he says a few weeks ago was Towel this week. It's kim clarke by takeout. Had a nice assistance we to. I'm all in on clear kids from a team perspective. Where's the line between putting too much pressure on these kids and giving them the chance to step up and grow. How should the red bulls handle this. Well i think as long as he continues to earn it every day in training and he putting performances like this. You play them. There's no reason to take him out and let them watch again. If you're seventeen no matter what your age is in. You can bring it every day and you're going to perform at a high level then your you deserve to be on the field and you're earning your minutes so there's no need to take take the foot off the gas and i think there is a hesitation across the league that man. He's too young. I don't wanna put too much pressure on him. Know if he's ready for let him go out there and continue to perform. It happens all across the world if you deserve it if you earn it every single day in training because you're going to be pushed and there's ups and downs but if you can stay mentally level and positive you you're going to be on the field and you're going to help the team and clearly. This is a kid who can help red bulls win so you want your best players on the field you want players who can contribute in my eyes. There's no reason to take off the gas and take them off the field until he starts performing. Yes those lackluster performances. So you see fatigue mental or physical until that point right of what a roll on roll monroe. We'll see they're going to have to balance. They've done it before with tyler adams. Of course they've done it many times in the organization whether it's at leipzig and salzburg etc etc. This is not something new to the red bulls before we get to mark mckenzie. I do just want to say i. I turned in my twenty two hundred twenty two percent of my body armor ballot this week and it was crushed me internally at tore me up was so difficult my top six or seven i was just like bam bam bam got it. I know who i wanna put here. I know what order i feel but then for about six or seven to about thirty hours just like it's a crap shoot. It depends on forum and depends on the moment it depends on the opportunities are getting a club over the one thing. I do know though. Is that katie. Clark was not available to me because he had not signed when the list was finalized to be on the list if he was now available to you would you push them into your twenty two hundred twenty two and and how. How would you be pushing it. I would be pushing them into my twenty two hundred twenty two. How high. i'm not sure talk fifteen for me. Definitely top fifteen. And that's not. That's not to say that i don't think came. Clark is an a top five. Talent is just to say that this year the way. I voted i was on. Mls contributions number one and just hustle up. Yeah i'm tired of guessing about potential but can can change. You can get injured. You can have a changing coach. You can have that mental lapse. You talked about andrew. Carlton is an example guy with the talent to be behind on that list. Who had a blip. Who's now coming back up. I just i kim clarke would be on my list. I know that no doubt about it. Look it's gonna come out next week. The twenty two hundred twenty two list presented by body armor. We'll talk about it then. In the meantime let's get to a guy that's most certainly in my opinion going to be top five. It's mark mckenzie. It's an at and t. Five g call to the field mark. What's up man. How you feeling now time for sure. Got him late last munaf in. You know it's tough. It's up last night. A credit to dc came out and really put us under the under pressure so You know we came up with the point. Where with a clinch playoff spot. So now it's about five us sport Number one on the league. Big goals man. But i truly said you did not have the right foot of banger in the locker in the intro here before you got on. I was a little surprised. Not that surprised were you surprised. Just hit doesn't see what happens. Nah i mean it was. It came right out to me illustrate world right at the top team. Said you know what i don't like day. I got the technique put through put it on target and the rest of the resin hundred self. So you know gotta election but goals the right straight talk one hundred and it wasn't just around eighteen. That was probably twenty five. We're talking twenty five. This wasn't right on the top of the box but regardless you score the goal you see hit the back in that jeff first professional goal. That's celebration you give me listen. The the circumstances were different. I would celebrate a different way but you know we will try and get the third goal and we try and get three points so yeah but lert man. This was a professional professional goal. We're gonna take it. We're gonna get back in and keep it moving that being said what's what's the plan for a proper goes operation. You scored the next time. I'll trust me. I got that already sorted out all year. Is this a solo celebration or is this a group celebration. It depends you know. If i'm with the hong the hogan's you've got something sorted out already and if it happens to be you know solo salvi. I take it direction to i. We're gonna wait that moment. I'm ready for that one. I hope it comes subaru park. Even though things are not you know the fans are not there in the numbers that they used to be which is by the way people don't know its voting site in the election this year. And you were a big part of making that happen. Martinez about how subaru park came to be a place where people can go do their their civic duty. Now it's will i former cincinnati extremely important right that we have Citizen so We sat down with stakeholders myself. And you know. Ali a couple of guys Saddam was stakeholders and let them know like disenfranchised community And it's important communities reach you know instead it's xpress important. This is so We see how many people didn't vote in the last election Now coming up in crucial time for this country Figured that you know we will do our part on. Open our stadium because again we have the facilities we have the space we have the resources We have the connection so so why not You know reach out and let the community know where to support them and we want them to come out work from you in the whole club. Kind just asked you personally. I think this is your first presidential election. What does it mean you. This is opportunity to cast a vote to be a part of this process to do it for the first time. Yeah it's It's something new for me. But you know i've heard all throughout my life how important it is to We see just like i said in the last election how many millions of people not voting One of the. Because you don't feel like you don't feel like your vote counts Know whatever the excuse may be But at the end of the day This is something that we all need to step up and take hold of because we see how how much can affect the country in the grand scheme of things but but not only at the presidential level we look at the local level and who we put him in office for our state representatives these the individuals. We represent us to speak for us. And if we don't have the hose in office we're going to do that. We're going gonna find ourselves in a deeper hole than we ever anticipated so mark. I love how you're you're an outspoken confident individual And and you're part of the backlash for change. I know you're not on the board but what's your involvement with them. And how do you continue to use. The black lives matter movement as a way to kind of influence What needs to be done in in the country. Yeah i mean you know black lives. The changes Is a step in the right direction and we all that So for us to come together on an with a unified voice While we have the executive board they they all reach out and make sure that each individual player knows how important again like voting. each each. player's voice is extremely important so We have meetings regularly throughout the throughout the month To make sure. We're checking in and keeping things on task. When i get swayed you know by by outside you know outside environment or outside situations And ultimately we come together in the executive board they speak for us but but again it's unified voice Even as a young guy. I think it's important to make sure that that the older guys Who are more experienced us What the different experiences than us. Also coming from And i think that's what helps make this Favoring so important it's been an emotional year for everybody i. I'm curious mark emotions. The you've gone through. What process have you gone. Through as you know black lives matter has really brought something to the forefront that should have been there for hundreds of years basically yes. It's it's been a mixed emotions for me. Been depth been a roller coaster You know my parents you know my first experience of you know a situation with police was when i was think seven years old And our best ball game my dad and we were driving lewisburg community And at the time he had hit a red acura you know. Things are two thousand six accurate And as we're driving his basketball game police officer pulls a soldier in the community ass where we're going You know what we got our vehicle from and just seeing the the reaction in the emotion for my dad was something that stuck with me in his day How he had both hands on the steering wheel. Allies whole tone of voice new change how to act a manner in order to make sure that he came alive also his son also came out. You know Not more dramatically scar than than a lot of these situations. We see today In happened over the past four or five centuries now so You know with everything going on. It's definitely been up and down and I've adds a to find time for myself to collect myself Make sure i'm speaking You know with wisdom And not speaking out of range or or frustration But also making sure that. I am speaking up because there's a lot of people who voices are suppressed on. I have a platform an duty as a black man. Aside from getting athlete to to speak up and to make sure at my voice is heard on encouraged many others to do the same. Show your voice man. Let's talk about soccer. We talk about this all day but let's get to the soccer. The union has changed has grown a lot. Since you arrived. What makes this is just my opinion the best team that you guys have ever had. I think it's I think it's a make some of our leadership and our youth We have a thing like seven or eight home runs on the roster now but we also have the balance of leadership of guys veterans in have been the differentiations arise matches Golly who's played at the is level in europe but also here And let the team for for the union for many years now and then I think the the use flag that you guys like fonte. Anthony met guys coming up. We've got jackie freeze cole. Turner you know. We have some homegrown coming in. And you see these. These goals scored by jack mcglynn paxton harrison so I think that flair that makes a combination of a veteran leadership in our youth is something that that helps distinguish us And help put us in spanish. We are now But also i think a an intensity in so we do and all who we are Less the biggest thing if we don't know our identity ultimately we're going to be caught in two minds And never gonna be able to reach our potential reggie graham as had a ton of influence with allow these youngsters running why sc. But how have you developed over the years from. I remember seeing you coming onto the scene as a young gun. Trained with obama bethlehem steel. Chana rough me up where have developed. How have you developed. What are your strengths. And and i think with all good players you understand your weaknesses. So how are you. How do you assess your weaknesses. And how do you work on them. Fresh foremost it was more chuck and mohan goose. Rough me up i'll guide and bullying me so But not for me personally. I think Playing center back You know avoid taking pride in my beauties with the ball but the defending your jobs to defend And that's one area that i really want to improve on. Just come won the academy. But as you get into the ira a professional football. You see how marginal the game is in how one decision can can either help a game or you lose a game See against toronto for example. My positioning if i bump i before even is able to get around the ball. Things may be different. You know the outcome may be different So it's things like that that i think of help you know. Put me now. A position to climb enron so to jump into the realm of a being one of the best center bags in the league Soccer being a good young centreback you know. I think i was an issue for me to come in and fight from last year i had a first two years or more of second say twenty. Eighteen was as a high rookie finalists with then. Twenty nine hundred comes in. Not you hit yuda a reality check so I think that's one area now for me. That i've really gone is the mental aspect. Can i just ask you before. I get to the mental aspects. I want to talk to you about that. In twenty nineteen just laid out there man. Charlie davies union. Just air your grievances martin near your grievances what these bullies duty. You wouldn't be justified any bullying and fighting and show them the ropes. Come on now yes. They're not fair enough. Look i'm glad i would experience. I remember it was one training session. We're doing. I think six aside tournament and out finance mo- once at one time and i gave us bump in the you know like the back shoulder so he stopped a little bit. Melanie tait next play. He absolutely demolished remind drummers seventeen sixteen seventeen years old are maybe like one sixty all right. I'm still a skinny kid and moe coming here look colossal you. Don't me a stan chuck over here. With freaking frigging massive. It's not going to try block his shot. I'm like all right. Jovi do but No it's like. I i love these guys and they helped me the ropes at an early age and i appreciate experiences so so you know having these relationships with them is definitely helped me now and being able to reach out and pick their brains You know is up. Put me down a grace fine. What's it like to be a sixteen year old in those trainings. Like as you're walking in as you're hitting the locker room as you're going on the field is you're thinking you know quad zillow over here charlie. Davies gotta deal with him like what are you. What's going through your mind. What's that experience like people that haven't ever had a chance to do something like that. It's one of like in a moment you're like in all my gosh these guys you watch on. Tv going to the stadiums you get. Buy tickets to go watson play on the weekend and then now you sit next to win the locker room you know and laugh and joke with them But then we wanted to feel is a battle you know so i think that that that combination is like really gave me a taste of wanted to play the next level. You know wanting to compete these guys. We'll get to the next level second. I wanna go back to twenty nineteen. Because i remember twenty team vividly in austin. I think i think we're at a hotel somewhere. I sat down with. You guys passed the mike back and forth and it was too young guys just feeling like man. The world is at our feet and then twenty nineteen kind of pulled the rug out a little bit on you. We always talk about all. What are your weaknesses as a player occupied better with the big switch decision making this that and the other. But there's so much more to it. There's there's the mental side of a person was twenty nine thousand light for you. How did you get through it out. Did you grow Yeah it was was definitely a roller coaster. I'd say you know you go into twenty nineteen after having a good twenty eighteen and give my first senior team call up on going to camp. You excited and hungry. I think was the youngest guy on the roster actually end goal in there and have that experience was surreal for me exciting Gave me a taste. You know for once to continue to climb the ranks of the national team and then going into preseason ready for for another follow up year and then to to now be injury stricken probably for like two three and a half months straight just back to back. It was almost frustrating. you know to get a concussion. Then after that up an ankle knock. And then after that you know work your way back into the lineup. And then boom right when i was in my I started year against montreal appendicitis. How mao now. It's in that window. Where i'm not sure if i'm going to be able to go to the u twenty world cup from going to be fit enough among healthy enough in in trying to battle through that I'm a footing and then gets you twenty world cup and you know as named happen which is an extremely it was an honor to be the world cup. You know into named captain it. It just added to it but but ultimately disappointing not to be fit enough for At my fullest fullest capabilities to be able to compete and help the team But i think i was an spreads that had to go through Order understand that for me to be the best way i could be. The mental aspect was be that much more important To we woke up not play but find a different role as leader off the field. Making sure guys hussein tune being making sure that guys are getting complacent guys aren't playing are continuing to fight for for a spot you know in that raises the level of competition in the camp and now it helps raise the level of play on the field and we go out against france. You donate victory against the contender ultimately one of the favorites to win the tournament I think that also put me in a good spot now to come back to the club and now fight for my spot and understand what it was gonna take Understand that it's it's amy role must leaves me pretty It's not gonna always go my way. You know the calls on go my way. Mt going to get the nod from the from the manager may not be no get the plants on my wall but ultimately distinct through an answer. Fight through that that that difficult time And and ultimately to then make my mcmartin in august. You know like a full circle for me but again. It was an experience as a year that i had to go through Nothing that has helped me gets where i am now And it's something that i keep you know inside because ultimately the situation is nice right now but again you career can go up and down. You know at any point Nothing every football east. Understand that No matter how great your how much potential you have life knock you down role Roll your sleeves up dust yourself off and you know flexing most little bit to show to show you truly odd so so. Let's talk about the us men's national team. 'cause we we have to at this point. Gregg berhalter loves ball. Playing backs wants to build on the back. Once players were comfortable on the ball. You're that guy but initially at that first camp maybe was the play too fast that period from going from you know. Mls rookie of the year could get it to oh full national team and kind of getting into the rhythm and and seeing the speed of play with you know some of the country's best players what have those conversations been like with gregg berhalter you know. Have you been able to talk to him recently. And saying hey where you do you see my future. What club do you think or league would best suit my my skill set or allow me to develop into the the player you need me to be or or the player. I can be either real conversations. You know these. Are you know sugar coated in a conversation. Get right to the point. And i think that's what the hell's me the most I recognize had a compensation in my i can't on twenty nineteen Of just how where. I was lacking areas. My game equals asean. Flint was the biggest thing for me. See things before they happen. Of course is You know little mistakes that you can make But those things at the international level are going to get you picked out and also hurt the team so I think understanding how fast the game is in how quicker decisions have to be. Now is is one thing that i really took away from that camp to defending on my abilities. No putting myself in positions to to now put five before they even happened being proactive And then plan out the back lose You know something great talks about. I said i needed to work on my technique And that was something that i really needed to work on. And i recognize that in wanting to know the age of getting ready for that with. What's that mean your technique for people out there that are like i hear that and i think i understand that but what does it mean yes so for me. You know he wanted so ballpoint centreback. You gotta have won the composure. You know to to receive the ball from goalie understand. That pressure's gonna come but knowing where you're outlets are you. Can you play goal lead. Can you be wider than that striker. That that That winger who's coming the pressure so now you touch can take you away. Be him Or are you going to have to be inside what to keep an angle funeral bounce. It's six now you can play out wide So one that's one area to Plan to lines. That's the biggest thing that i could work on understanding that one pass can breakdown the entire teams If you're able to take in such and break to their winger their nine their ten eight enough which you're playmakers impositions not turn and create going forward that that helps you know. I can't express how much You know so. Those are two in which you know might technique needs to to really come into play. Can i ask you about recognizing that moment to break the lines. 'cause i'm thinking right now the pass you play to brennan aaronson. And nothing was making the rounds. Is we always as the soccer twitter machine does. How do you know win. What do you see winner. the moments it's on and go. Can i ask recognizing that moment to the lines of policy. Nothing rounds is we all the certainly does wheels winning the moments. It's passed the outside bet. If i can give them a slight misdirections sheet my body to not play as look lift. I'm gonna play my outside back. Nominal find my new or ten even in higher pocket I think that little that little bit of Misdirection you know is going to open that yet for now you to play into it or simply taken such forward causing a striker or midfielder. Step out to you now. Creates spot for your for your midfield yachts. Back your win. That's enough honest face in nonconcern and play market. You're planning against some of the world's best players with the youth national teams. You go to the world cup you see the level and then you see a player like williams liba. The french centreback go to arsenal any. Like i feel like i. I'm i'm in that conversation. I'm maybe in that skill level if not better than that player so what goes in your mind when you're seeing some players at your convenience that you're getting the better of playing at some of these clubs or getting signed by some of these big clubs. Does that kind of start to stoke afa aflame. Does that does that kind of okay. Absolutely now i mean you go out there and you compete against his players. You know your age. I'm looking like he's he's good. But i think i think i'm better not an arrogant way but in a way you know like i had that that so confidence and no i can compete with these guys in even be better than them. I think that definitely gonna fire me. i was five but sometimes you more gasoline to it's even more and i think the world gave me a taste for that Even more In that ultimately now has given me the push to wants to play at the highest levels in the world. Not not saying that i didn't have it before But going out against them almond putting no my booties in concept with them is something that when i look forward to To is something that i've always dreamed up So now it's to be a spot in have these You know potential clubs having interest in is something that you know. I jumped up. And i look forward to to take these next steps. Tim curtin quote right here a long story. Short mark mark mckenzie and brennan. Aaronson are both ready to go to europe at one. It's got feel nice to hear that from your head coach in a public sense. But i wonder how much is going on within your mind. Your camp within the club itself you hear about reggie cannon and he's talking to fc dallas and they're working the plan out. You know what i mean. This is the goal we will win. The right thing comes. were doing it. We both on the same page. Do you feel that with the union. Do you feel that with jim with ernst. 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I'm pam who sound and this is fox news if you need to hire. You need indeed indeed delivers quality candidates. So you can focus on hiring the person who is a good fit claim your seventy five dollars credit for your first post at indeed dot com slash fox terms and conditions apply national team And the only way to do as the to compete with the best players in the world you know to go out against the imbaba's and name walks into test myself And that's when we're gonna happens. If i if i make the next up to to europe so Yeah it's it's definitely exciting But but i think the humidity that my parents instilled in me is something that i've really a lead on on this time because again going back to two thousand nineteen news gut you know And and now have and going forward. I look forward to its next steps in hopefully in the near future today to play at the highest levels in european football. What is the next step. Because i on this show. I said i didn't think celtic was the right fit for you. And and the reason. I say that is because scottish premier league is not. That is not that difficult right. You have rangers have celtic. And that's it. That is it when you look across europe. You have league. One in france fantastic competition. You have bundesliga fantastic competition. Obviously syria english premier primarily all these talented leagues. I think you need to go to a league where you're going to get competition every single week. And where they play. It's not long ball. Typical stout and no disrespect to a club like celtic. Who who are you know someone who was competing in charge fans larson's one of my favorites. I made his name at celtic. But with that being said where do you see yourself. Filling in i mean ultimately again a ball playing league is a league that you know i. I want to be part of you know. I think that's again. That's where you're going to be tested. You know and. I can't say what the what the future holds right now But baltimore ducey. See myself playing against again. These these world-class he's world class times. He's world-class Seven elevens we're going to put me under pressure defensively and and with the ball having the capabilities to know that i can play inconvenienced. Is something that. I'm looking forward to And it's something that is Is pushing me day in and day out so good when i said thank you better believe the trial is gonna come off the jump. The i league. He's always movie legal fantastic cup age. What an incredible as are on you know exactly a man in. Mls is doing an all. These european suitors are interested. Go get him. that's what he was saying. He was basically saying go get him. That's my boy. That's my boy. So you know we love you guys talk. It's your peers. It's the guys youth national team with me right now is such a swell of players in the same position that you wanna be in europe champions league planet the hi how much you talk to those guys. How much do you pick the brains. What did they tell you what you asked. I mean once would. Is it. Like you know. And i think that's a general question But it's also layer where you can is was lifestyle What's selected mcleod. The club dynamic. Like i was playing against you know these players day in and day out you know how is The intangibles the intensive training session What are the demands So these all questions that. I asked And they give you know quality feedback you know but also meets by the personal experience. I think so the only way for me the understand it fully Is to be over there. You know compete so which ever club that is you know you know. I think that it's going to be an experience a right time But i have aspirations to play is though. Was you know the play champions league football. That's a simple as it is right. Champions league champions are still fans. Charlie don't vaccinate against your openly by any means but champions league is the you know the the goal aspirations To look the title there you see see my boy chris richards out there buying big so You know that's the goal there you know. And that's the that's the aspiration so one of your teammates could be planning that competition. Come january it's still rumors still float around but we know brennan. Aaronson appears to be on his way to rebel salzburg. What are you talking about. What do you think when you see that opportunity potentially for your boy. Well one is extreme. Happiness form you know. The guy works his butt off day in day out You know you see progression you seen progression you see How he's going to his game in the final product and a lot of people have talked about the final product. And what can you do and find a third. And he's shown it this year you know one scoring goals To getting assist as well find pilots and increasing place so you know credits at him for our work. He's put in book. But i've seen in even when he was those scruffy you know he's passing guys. You know back the academy so You know to see and knock him up the bulk of the him. Mom the moghul wait plan on that. He doesn't he doesn't need to be top to the bottom and mocking doors on on that. He's picking up some off the ground falling. No no give credit for a craft for but you know it's no credit sabido. I'm having for him you know and it's Definitely ignites a fire and all the young guys as well You know we we go. They go day in and day out. I arts to to beat him up a little bit of prepare for what is going to be like Gonna use different bax But but i was really stood up to the task and You know he's he's now rumor to be a in a in a really good cloak with a with a really good coach or american coach is too but you said you. Rough him up. So who on the union squad gives you a tough time. Who's that guy that you know. i gotta deal with this guy and he's going to try and hit me or he's going to try and push me to get to be better. Yeah we'll ali. He's worn out as always been that that rough and tough guy rolpa sleeves get dirty when he has to put in a late tackle. Let you know they're on so he's one guy you know. Fontana fontana don't sleep on five-member subban fawzi finds the one guy who who will he has that. I lay the alley Zest tune where he lets you know he's there But they got guys like corey burke. He's one who's going to rough you up. You know he's gonna he's gonna let you know. That is not gonna be a fun day. Training is something that i look forward to relatively but something that you know you you get a taste of is though. These guys aren't going to let you have a good day so so having that that that practice is something. I carry to two matches all right. We can do this forever rapid fire to get you out of here and get you on your day nap. Whatever it is you got coming up Right five aside time you first pick whole squads at your disposal. Who you taking our veterans. Anybody you can take trying to win the game mark. You just aside union five aside squat all right. i'm picking. I got brendan fonte. got monteiro. jack elliott. There's no there's no elsia senior in this group tempted to go senior knocks. I'd like to go against those senior easily. S best best cheesecakes spot for you. Unless the order. Ooh hoo is the only use things like that. But if you had. But if i had to as a little spot i went to with matt rea- it's a little hole in the wall spot figure the name of it But i think those are the best. It's not it's not a. It's not jimmy gyms than now i agree with those the famous ones not actually that good. That's how people they come to philly. You know you gotta find of course credits in the big spas but i think the hole in the wall spots sometimes have that chip on the shoulder. You're not going to give away that. jim then. Okay all right all right. Everybody knows why. I love me some wall when it comes to that area. What is your hoagie order. What are you going to do. The screen and punching in i get the The italian sub jet. Jeez i get some hot us in sweet peppers on her Since finish and light nail in the brit would uh i think the whole wheat gun-ho the talian johnson on their side. Trump's even trust them all right all right. Make the case for the bronx over all the other boroughs number one. Yeah i knew you would say that but make you chase man. What's the catch. I want got the best ball. Is i think everybody in lebron's no we got the one on shoulder to got the best accent as you go to if you go to any of this debate taxes and you know so so i think those are two that i'm gonna leave out there But three we've got the best basketball players as well you know. I wouldn't put that out there as well on last week. Got the yankees so sorry. Don't worry about it. My red sox are favorite non soccer athlete. Lebron or or register. What's the what's the what would be the tussle between those two. How do you decide number one. Next can you I think that a great in different ways the bronze He has the shoulders to to carry the low. And i think that's something that i always admired by themselves. So high standards and everything. He does To roger federer just absolute class the a class player in class athlete Any champ Chance but you know Roger veteran in. How long have you been doing it. Same rana's this is what sets him apart. So do you play any tennis mark. I tried but it's not good basketball. Yeah now that's a. We're going to leave that aside. Still you still feel like you're the basketball hike until like i was already like now. Football's for me. It was now. I probably could but now football for me stops fine last one man. Who's the best centreback in. Mls in your opinion you can you if you want to go out there on that limb. Best centreback Or it could be who you admire. Most. take it however you want almost so we got guys Louis myself out of it. You know. I wanna come off as as air yan all my gosh. You know but have confidence in myself. I think chad marshall and michael parker is to people Who i look at Par those three guys. I'd say who are class You all champions All of us played highs level But each different action. You said i try. And you know learn from marchers intelligences as as well michael parker intelligence Reading games and putting fires out for happened ikea par is ability wants to dominate strikers. And give them a tough day and then gone back. eddie pope. he's another guy who i. Yeah exactly it's simply legend. So so yeah. I was four guys right. I have one more I went in. I have one more When you think about your dreams when you watch european soccer when you watch the international game who's the guy that you will always watch at the centre back position who you think. Maybe i have a little something. Like him. I would say is not billable unison. Little undersize be still bald incentive. He has athleticism Kinda have as well Or virgil van. Dyke is range of passing. You know that's something that i that like. Glue bali okay. Giant giants were knicks. Giants boa johnson knicks to be worse. I gosh you know in the backyard. I forgive you for that. let's. I'll take the giants right non just because you know we were able to beat the patriots. Tom brady twice you know. So how many rings. Down the giants weiss okay mark mckenzie. We've had a great time. Best to you best. The union will be watching man. Thanks for joining us. Alive that announcement announcement or shield would take the i to take all of them. So you guys have who surely mark mckenzie. What a man. What a man that was fun. That was his that was. Maybe i was like the most fun. I've had an interview in a long time on. This show is top men. And what i love about him is he has perspective he has experienced and he's used it to his advantage and to me he just. He knows he's only getting better. He looks forward to every match. He's a he's a he's a match you know he. He changed the game for the philadelphia when he's on the failed is his presence his ability to play the ball in the back. Like like you talked about. It allows philly to play a certain way and to take advantage of brennan's those pockets montero on those pockets when you'll senior comes in as a substitute being able to find him. When you're centreback can make the game. It allows you to play more aggressive higher up the field in take risks and chances in so This this player. He's destined for europe. Now look we know that the outside backs are almost never in the running for defender of the year right now. My top three defender of the year. Mark mckenzie your guy. Jonathan mensah the crew having a little bit of a tough moment and then walker german for me right now. That's your top three. That's the podium so to speak in defender the years. We'll see how that all shakes out. How form our results Goes for those guys. But it's awesome for mark after a really really tough twenty nineteen to be in this position not just to be shouted out by his coach. Bios else's league but also looking to the future of his career both internationally and at club and saying boy. The future's really bright. So congratulations to him. We love watching the union speaking of awards though the continent awards of course will be coming out. Mid november one of the categories. We do. We always focus on categories that. Let's say normally leave out people that need to be honored so that whether that's the volatile alonzo demand a year the bobby warshaw left-back year. That also could be right back. We want it to be or like david alcon most valuable player. That'll never get high but should or the fill in the blank young player of the year. By the way we don't have a name for that one yet so let us know we need to do as we have before the domestic player of the year. American or canadian mark mckenzie. Definitely in that conversation. Jordan morris. I would think is in that conversation who else to you. Maybe a ritual radio might be able to wiggle his way into that jonah. The sorios may even under overlooked in this case he's moved back with ron of c. And been a rock for them with michael bradley out for you as you think about a domestic player of the year. One goo- should we be naming this award after because we can't do landon donovan. He's already got. Mvp and to who are some names that you were thrown into that hat. I think it's a. It's a no brainer. For jordan morris to to have him be kind of this guy who was. I think taking a step up in his game is level was approach being able to influence in different ways combination blamed. It does help when you're playing with revelry d has you're playing with nikola darrow but i think his influence has made seattle a better team and so these just as big a weapon. Yes as both of those guys back. Even though i think there is the. Mvp of that team he is the is the weapon like. He's weaponized by them and he's just he's he's been amazing so far and i think you have to look across the league of teams who are competing for the supporters shield and so when you looked standings the top four Toronto the who's been you know. Someone who i think richie array could wiggle his way in there yes ronn obscene again. John could iowa canola maybe could too. I think he's on the verge. I don't think he's yet okay. So he's a young player in canada for you. I mean what. About what about chris mueller. I think he's definitely played above the level of expectation. I think everyone. Else's level of expectation. For chris mueller but still not not in that category of like really being you know in a position to be the top domestic player. I look at alexandra. Okay been his it. He's a player that really stands out to me is not getting the credit anymore we. He's a he's a. He's an all amer- now he is not present is not a young buck. He's he's a grizzled but his influence and it's really his mentality to set the tone and hold everybody accountable for their philadelphia union. So as another player. Who's who's not going to get a ton of credit this year but deserves it. Would you name this award after. Like a is maybe just like an eddie pope. Domestic player of the year is this I'm trying to think is windy. Rosario akao beckerman cow beckerman. I'm trying to think of somebody who was great for a long time. Okay maybe didn't get the credit. They definitely dear. Oh dear oh because this was a league. Mvp this is a player who individually was was was brilliant at times consistent could score the Unlikely goal for from or incredible goal from all over the field half field Thirty five yards out. He could combined he make it look pretty at work. Megan look nasty either way This is a player that i don't think got enough credit. Neither desha joseph. Joseph probably is the the league's best defensive midfielder to ever step foot on the pitch but because of the you know playing for the grenada national team which is a small island. You're not going to get the plot. It's there and celtic game in two to purchase him and the revolution didn't sell so i don't think he ever got the credit he deserved and he was such a beast. I mean someone who really controlled the midfield. You had to play around him. You couldn't go down. You had to use the with your using because he literally grabbed the game and you wouldn't relinquish it. He was player. Who controlled it dominated. i think he. He should be deserving of. What have we did this. Showery joseph Basically the the caribbean player of the year. I'm digging that look. We'll see we're going to make these decisions. We're gonna finalize these lists if you have a suggestion for what they should be named. Were willing to change. It doesn't have to be the ozzy. Alonzo defensive mid of your. It could be the showery. Joseph it doesn't have to actually does have to be the bobby warshaw left back of the year the outside backs. I demand that that's the case. We are willing to change these ruling to add categories. Kevin on kevin malino hops. Into the right there. Hot boy you know. How do you know who i'm nominating. You know who i'm nominating. And that brings me to another point on these. We want to know what you think they should be. But the awards themselves to honor people that don't normally get honored by the traditional award process. Maybe a front office award something like that. We also want to note the name them. We wanna have awards for the mailbag that are completely silly or serious but would never make the official one will give those priority when we hit the mail bag every single show. We want maximum transparency. So there is going to be a nomination process. We will put out tweets to be considered players. Front office coaches whatever. It ends up being have to be nominated. So look out for those add. Extra time we'll put the nomination and put your people in reply if you don't reply if you don't put your players The people that you think deserve it in there they won't be eligible so look out for those choose. Top four will do votes will have six votes including listeners. And the listener vote if there's a three three tie will be the tiebreaker. So we're gonna do those in mid-november lookout for those. Let's talk about some midweek action before we get outta here. Charlie beaver remiss came on instant replay with us this week now. He didn't know that he did but we did take his quotes after this dallas game which they lost one nothing answered it in because he basically was doing instant replay after this match about the late. Call foul on gotti kina. Just give people a preview of your thoughts on this not no call call but a little bit of a controversial let's call it from earlier l. Yes there's a. There's a shot that that's really hit with pace at jimmy maher and the keep it for dallas. He doesn't catch it he doesn't punch it. He bats it down right in front of him right in front of the six six box now. Skc's thinking that comes and cuts in front of the defender and gets a shot off now. It's a loopy shot. It's almost like a a a one of those like blue. Be title shots. It doesn't just not a pause. It any pause. It doesn't catch it. Pause it rolls off. His fingers and drops. Canada anticipated is running towards the ball. In this is only six hundred bucks gets gets in front of the ball. Jimmy power then grabs. Tina lilli wraps his left arm around him in pulls him down. The ball goes into the back of the net and the referee. Very owl calls a foul on timber going the opposite way. This is not only a penalty kick. but it's also a red card because he's not attempting to play the ball he is taking gotti the down preventing him from scoring the goal. Because that's exactly what's going to happen. He said i'm going to foul here to end it. It's a red card and a penalty kick and by the way. Johnny russell did score a goal in all of this craziness right but because of the foul. It didn't count. i crazy moments is trying to. You could just not called it and said a goal is let it go let it go perfect but the fact that it was the whistle was blown for foul. His mind you think are motivated. I was thinking. I wish we had like the pool reporter report off this game. I think we all thought that the ball was pod and gotti keen to ran into the chest of jimmy. Mauer what happened then is wrapping. It must've been the wrap up. That doesn't mean. I can understand why peter vermes was blowing a gasket on this when we had a bunch. People text us in tweet data. Same one that this was a certainly a pizza and was a blown call certainly had some. Fc dallas fans stampeded from uses a wider. And he should. He should deal with the fact that it seemed lost at home. Which i don't know about that. I it was definitely revved up from the last encountered the team two teams at an fc dallas. They won and they're complaining about the wasting in bias and yes that i agree with for that these alice fans. Don't don't complain about the the the wind the time wasting and how the games played if you had to lead all teams waste time. That's that's how it is facts. That's a fact so move. Get on with it but as a manager for a team. I think you're just trying to take the pressure off. It's it's what some guardiola's josie marino that's what arson had done. In the past you try and take the pressure off the result and put it on the referee or putting on a team. It's you know it's it's what's done but this in this case he's right is right about this travis. Hit us up. He says how come honeymoon mukhtar is better than lionel messi which now false but is funny but also encouraging the honey. Mukhtar for nashville. A three one win honeymoon. Has you know. I'll put that free kick goal. He scored right up against nikola gyros free kick from from the weekend which was incredible and then the first finish. If that honey mukhtar shows up and gender could become something being your a dp. That's not fit. This national team might actually have something in the playoffs and john. He came out of this game. He made his debut the ep they signed from vegan gone loan the venezuelan and said look. I'm not fit personally. I'm not in rhythm. it's been seven months for me between playing real games. what the team's doing. I'm here for that. I think i can fit in. But i'm not yet ready to impact the team in that way. But if they have honey mukhtar during the sort of things that he did against houston which three fair is not a playoff team right now which is like at the bottom of the western conference if he's doing that and could use becomes something more even just a consistent guy who makes the right runs and finishes when the balls at his foot if we all have a little bit of something and their defense as the same. I think the nashville has an opportunity to make a run. Because both these goals stan from honey mukhtar are really really special Let's talk quickly about sheets. Read though and i was talking about the galaxy. 'cause i don't think this is on chichiri. Tony more teacher. Aretha speaking of convenient ballboys excuses. I think we're past. The point of throwing heavier under the bus was four. Nothing to san jose. Just get worked. Yeah this is. It comes down to coaching. No it doesn't it comes down to coaching. Let's let's call it. What it is scelo has not done a good job. You have cristian. Pavon who everyone in this league and see is a game changer. One of the best players in this league pound for pound just as a lot of of quality whether it's dribbling players won't be one creating his own goal he's got pace acceleration. Intelligence tries to do too much because that's all he can do with. How allegations your setup. Sebastian legit jonathan dos. Santos you throw in reto but teacher rito is not looking like drink though because of the style of play. you're not getting opportunities for retail to thrive one. You have to be getting in the advanced positions in the field to provide service service. That will make him look with his movement. These is one of the best strikers in the world when it comes to movement in the box but emma strikers not getting opportunities or chances to thrive on that movement then he's useless completely predictable useless. Yes that's audible that donaghy brima bitch but slot don is slapped on so you can be predictable as you want. But you can't stop slapped on one he might he might suplex guy run through three dudes and throw a bike on top of your head whereas essentially treat though but at the end of the day the tactics are rubbish. The style of play rubbish and so no matter how much talent you have if there's no direction if there's no real philosophy to the way you play you end up losing four nil to saint jose who was the most up and down team. I've i think i've ever come across in this league. It sense it is saying something. So what i'm getting at is there needs to be some changes. I think within allegations because they are far too talented to be putting up these horrible performances and it's not down to two talent is not down to man. We're not investing in the right place. You just got yoni guy you gonzales right like you have cristian pavon. A- boca junior star. Jonathan does santos is one of the best midfielders in the entire league. Yes so sebastian. Dry by the way. Yes so yes my point is. You haven't addressed the big problem with bella galaxy which is the defending the defending has been Shambles has been. They've been in shambles for for far too long in two years. If i'm elliot galaxy fan what are you what are you what are you what are you looking at. What are you watching how you not complaining. That's the style if the approach to the matches it's what we've talked about the whole time. It's the coaching. That is what it comes down to the coaching. Putting your team in a position to succeed done get into three hundred man standard if they're nowhere near it even my la galaxy shrine cannot cannot help this. So i think we spoke to close on this show a couple of months ago and they had a little bump. That was short-lived Was very honest about other evaluating every part of the club right now we will see what that means in the long term. Let's say before. We could hear endless predicts six presented by mgm. Of course every weekend packed up with games you can choose six of them. Choose the result. Choose a little secondary Do predict whether it be like first goal score total goals whatever it might be is different for each game this summer in columbus nyc afc sunday six pm eastern. That's espn plus in disown. In canada columbus blue for the first time i believed fc cincinnati and how israel. That's not good. Nope we were heaping. A lot of praise on him. We were really excited about him. Dave most of all before we get to a prediction we will what is going on with the crew. Right now is it. Just a key is a kiss. Keep it simple stupid. Buca zahran darlington nagbe. Who by the way. If you would've stayed healthy would have been in our domestic clear the your conversation and might still be if he comes back in time it as simple as that and throwing the room as well yeah. That's a good point. Andrew tar balls that Room let's let's also make make sure that people know you're missing your your star. One of the uber. One of the premier goalkeepers in this league and arguably two of the best midfielders in. This league darlington abbey. We know what he brings to the team and the game changer. That he is as far as keeping possession. Getting getting the ball You can play to his feet in in you. Know whether he's surrounded by two or three defenders and get out of get out of trouble because he is that release. As caleb porter said he is the best linking midfielder in the league i think that's period and linking midfielder in the league and he's linking to luke zeller who can score from just about anywhere and has an eye for a pass Puerto again said he needs in his team. He needs that ten. That can do that. You're not going to be the same team. So i'm not gonna give up on the crew in any way. And i actually think that's in this sets up well for them but if they can get those guys back with three or four games left the has to be fairly quickly now in the regular season and build a rhythm. It's exactly what. Caleb porter told us but we interviewed him in the bubble in orlando which was everything that we are doing is building towards one goal which is to be at our very very best in the playoffs for last cup. It's not about winning in las back. It's not about you know this moment right. Now that we need the results to get us in a position to make that most run so if they can get nagged me back if they can get room back if they can get around back with time to build rhythm and i think rhythms gonna be massive in these playoffs as your ninety minutes agreed. They can be an mls cup contender but as their constructed right. Now i don't think they're. They're on the flipside. Nyc like booze gonna score goals whereas their team running as a lot to figure out because taty casinos handle that guy. He can be that goal score it. He had a ton of success last year before running diarrhea but alexander ring an another player. That i rate he is. He's one of those players who i think really gets it. You know whether it's Defensive side of the ball has work rate is man good. Touches sees the field. Well i think they're playing too high up the field i think he needs to be back to where Moghadam the engine of of the team. They haven't had maximum morales. That's a big piece. You're missing you know one of the best passers in the league so still have a time to get back in into a rhythm inconsistency but you need maximum house back and tutsi casinos needs to be that that goals or you can depend on you. You lost what i think you lost is one player who can really change the game for you and you know embarrassed one of those players who i think we we saw last year. Who can score goals. Make good runs in the box. Hasn't hasn't had the best year. And then you lose into an acl tear yet that that and then misleads for for his talented is he was. I never thought that romney dilated him because he didn't really play him in a in a position to succeed then he starts back to back braces. And then he's gone to to the middle east for me. Ryan dial has to figure out the best combination players and where they position on the field alexander. Rent you lose. James sands now broken foot ease out. So bring out touring back into his natural position of holding midfielder executing barks maximized ahead of him an antarctic Taty casinos at the tip of the sphere. Then you have a quality side because you still have a general who's probably gonna win that that outside back Award the bobby wash our award. Because he's been he's been richler. Am have been the two outstanding outside baxter's this season for for the league and then much read on the left. i think Our our players. Who can really make an impact on the offensive side of the ball as well as be standout defenders are. I must predict six Gm pick of the week would win columbus nyc at sunday again six pm eastern espn plus end zone was the result man. What he taken. Yeah exactly. I think both both both families are feeling a little bit like that right now with the injuries in the form i'll start. I'm going to draw draw. I don't think i don't think either. These teams run one. Now has the like. Yeah has like the cutting edge that it's gonna take to get it over to the other side. I'm going to be closer to playoffs so you take one one. I can't get into each. I'm gonna go one as well. So we're sitting on the same thing out. Columbus nyc game chicago skc rebels orlando which should be actually a really really fun. One toronto portland l. Afc san jose and seattle. Anything left in the tank trouble before we get out of here. Any thoughts any feelings any messages of empty the tank. All i know is around. This time is where we start to see teams either. Pick up the slack and get rolling heading into the playoffs like the new england revolution. Who was hours of the twenty four hour. Other relatives are starting to look good. And you got carlin's he'll back in the building. It's it's not a coincidence that this team is starting to get going and you adderley win and now you get carlson l. Heal at buca if you wash them. 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Is the return of a man with one name debut at some point of another man with one name anyway i think of the show outside of the hyperbole we have that and then also and the other channel we add the exte- show where i have no idea what's going on. I don't know what's going on. They did a wacky vince. Russo style angle. Where johnny gargano had rigged wheel and he spun. It landed on leeann roughs name. Just been nothing but a jobber on this program. Leeann rough comes out at. He beats him. Which would be one thing. If this were like a goofy non title match just something to embarrass johnny etcetera etcetera. No leeann rough is now the team north american champion. The gimmick is the moment. Johnny gets his hands on to make it easier to beat his ass. Damian priest trying to protect the champion. I like it and there was a lot of other weird stuff on the show is just baffling to me. So we'll take your phone calls text messages etc starting with text messages. Always four to five seventy zero seven five six. What did you think of these two shows last night. I know some people really loved the leeann rough thing so if you loved it i want to know about it. Brian wrestling observer dot com at bryan alvarez on twitter semper v. We also have a lot of other news to talk about the new japan. The super junior tournaments lot of stuff coming out of both shows the omega moxley matches taking place on tv for free and like three weeks pay per view so they will not have to build it up for months. What do you think about that. All of your thoughts my thoughts. Mike stocks and more coming up after the break wrestling observer live advances. Helping you get your engine ready for the road. This holiday season with the right oil the right filter at the right price. Every day get five quarts full synthetic mobil one valvoline castrol edge or pennzoil platinum with mobile oil filter for just thirty three ninety nine plus this holiday season five dollar. 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Well we're back here on the show. Everybody bryan alvarez here wrestling observer live mixed provenience of wrestling observer com saying. Hello all the twitch homeys out there. They're all very excited as always and i'm very excited. Have a big announcement here today. The balance of power in all of life is shifting soon as in fact on friday. Night at talking-shop amenia chico l. Lucia door is facing travaux. Guerrero junior in a death match where no hyperbole here. Obviously the only way to win is the other man must die. And so i was. I was re watching the thing. We had yesterday with carl anderson and rocky and rockies explaining this stipulation and also they hit me dude chico door be dead tomorrow night more thing and so. I figured we've got to talk to him. Perhaps one last time and so tomorrow on this program we will be joined in the second segment of the show by chico. l. lucia in what might be his last interview ever prior to his death match with java. guerrero junior. I could just see everybody freaking out about this huge announcement and by the way addition to that tomorrow. We'll be one of the most exciting days in wrestling observer live history because also my daughter is. She's been into a lot of things as you're probably well aware frozen. And olaf pj masks. And all of other gobbly gook. She's into right now. Dinosaurs and we read her dinosaur book every night. And we says daddy turn to the page where we can read about the mighty triceratops. She doesn't say the triceratops she says the mighty triceratops and she also wants me to read to her about the ferocious tyrannosaurus well. How ironic that tomorrow on this very show. I going also interview a man who is mighty and ferocious he might be a surviving dinosaur for all i know brody king is also going to be on this program tomorrow. I'm not sure an hour is enough time for all of this but we're gonna have to make it work so tomorrow on wrestling observer live chico l. lucia door in perhaps his final interview ever and brody king back to back segments here on wrestling observer live so i hope nothing happens tomorrow news wise. Because we ain't gonna cover it. We got bigger fish to fry now by the way since we're getting into the holiday season here getting very very close to christmas Do you plan on getting your daughter a one of those Video calls or whatever it is what the hell those things called. what what do you buy. What are you talking about. The dinosaurs are extinct bro. No get her. A personal message from lucia sars. Wouldn't she not that. I was going to bury you. But that's a that's a great idea okay. I'll bury me for cameo dude. Cameo whatever get with twenty twenty mike. I'm sorry you will you let me know about only fan so pump keeney. Here coincidentally writes this morning. When i woke up. I had a vision of the w rating tonight with the number being nine hundred and sixteen thousand viewers. Do you think that they can do it. Well pump keeney. Let me tell you something. I did not have a vision. But i do know that now that the election has ended and you look at the cable news. Numbers i mean. I don't think it's not going to be anywhere near the top fifty being news. The news numbers last few days have been hovering around normal. So when you think about eighty w coming off full gear they changed the tag team titles and we have the winner of the tournament and we have the build towards whatever we're doing. I think it is very possible that this pump keeney here may even called it exactly on the dot. Nine hundred sixteen thousand my gut feeling. Is that a little bit high. But they have done well coming up pay per views. There is not strong news competition. So i do not put it out of the realm of possibility that does nine hundred sixteen thousand years. I don't think it exceeds coming into our close to that with the show that they had last night. But i have been wrong before and so i guess we'll see mike they break nine. Hundred thousand is eight w. break nine hundred thousand tonight. I'm going to say no just because the last time i was so confident in as they didn't they got close but they didn't craggy so i will go and say in the high eight eighty or something like that. Nfc the benefit of the doubt and say something like let's say around seven twenty puts it around that one point five one point six million people. Every week i'll go ahead and say that and for the sake i hope that's the case and they're not back down in six hundred again. One hundred percent like the leeann rough title victory if not for deeming priests putting the title around leon. It doesn't fit around his waist and then leon stumbles after trying to run away. It just made him look silly. He should have just won the belt and celebrated but i'm still interested to see what they do going forward well couple of things if we had never seen leeann rough on television before and this was his debut and they were going to do something with the guy and he beat johnny gargano and they didn't embarrass him great fine but we just saw leeann rough. It was like three or four weeks ago. Do you remember this match. He faced austin theory. He tried a bunch of springboards and fell down and then awesome theory grabbed him and he killed him with his move. The only win. That austin theory had in the middle of his losing streak. The only win he had was overly on rough leeann rough ends up. Being the surprise winner of the spin the wheel on the gimmick wheel. He wins the match. I they played up. Like it's a fluke. Then damian priest puts the belt around his waist but he's so skinny that he raises his hand and falls down around his ankles then he trips on the belt and i thought actually the worst part was go back stage and team pre says row the moment. Johnny gargano comes through that curtain. He's gonna whip your ass so here. Take the car keys and go. That is your north american champion. Damian priests is trying to save the champions life because the moment johnny gargano gets his hands on him. He's gonna kill me. Sends them off with his car. You couldn't do dumber angle. You know this is. This is a vince russo angle. Or somebody had a bright idea for something that would be funny and like anybody can come up with the stupid funny idea. You stupid funny ideas dude. I'll do it for free. I come up with stupid funny ideas from now until the end of time. The difference is if you if you have a stupid funny idea and you'll laugh and then you do something else. You're smart if you have a stupid funny idea and you actually put it on television. You eat smart. This is dumb. Bad booking devalue the title leeann roof is a comedy guy. Johnny gargano looks like a geek which is supposed to look like a geek. But not to that level of geek. They mean prese like superior wrestler and he's not even champion protecting the champion it sucked. I don't wanna see what unread it defending this which i heard they did some guy maybe one guy. I don't know how you go ahead and defend this. Just you try to give him the benefit of the devil. Why would you give them the benefit of the doubt. Before austin theory quit there was the only guy that they defeated. and like. You mentioned it wasn't just like you don't get the cheap visual which would have been kind of funny. He raises his arms in the belt drops but then he trips over it. He runs like a child after damian priest to the back and then as you mentioned it wasn't like you got away from something. Get outta here kid. Go ahead it was. Hey this guy's going to come back and kick your ass but that's okay. The referee and i'll hold them off. Here's my expensive vehicle. Go on and get to it. We'll see what if there's a follow up. That actually makes some sense but this was it was a sudden and out of the ordinary annexed t usually when it comes to these titles. I was wondering if you think about the differences in safety and quality between wwe awa hardcore matches this include street fights ladder matches sales etc. Well quite frankly if you look at all of the injuries in a w annex t like i remember the last one that actually happened in. What would be considered a dangerous match. Their happening on normal things were guy goes for scotto dude blows out his leg or guy goes for a flip off the top and he lands on his head. That's where the injuries have been coming from so we could talk more about this after the break. 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I'm watching the show last night and i thought i thought that the deal that was going to shift the balance of power and wrestling with shack and then later dave believes that. What's going to shift. The balance of power in wrestling is pock. Now a couple of things here. okay listen. Let me make this abundantly clear. If i were tony. Kahn no absolutely. I would not tweet that. Something is going to shift the balance of power in wrestling. If it's going to be the debut is the debut they tease the check was going to be there or the return of poc. I would never have done that. Okay i never would have done in fact spoofed it today and everyone took it way too seriously so i deleted the tweet so anyway with that said okay. There's a couple of ways to look at this number one. Tony kahn may have been tweeting as. Aws tony kahn. And aws. tony kahn. When he talks about the balance of power in wrestling. He's talking about eight. W and the return of park. In fact in storylines eight. W it is shifting the balance of power pockets. Coming back eddie. Kingston taking over the group pockets pissed off about its pocketed. Kingston are obviously gonna fight over it okay. In storyline forget the giant world of wrestling. Okay let's talk about eight w pox return is in fact. Get a shift everything around here. Now let me repeat this because people are going to listen to this and talk about. Oh i'm being paid. I wouldn't have said this if i were tony. Kahn you got it. I would've done it now another one. Do i actually think the shack. Feuding with cody rhodes is going to shift the balance of power in the wider world of professional wrestling. I do not okay but let me tell you something. The whole idea of guy like shack coming in is that they want to get the words or the letters awa out to a wider audience to people that have no idea what. Aws somebody mentioned this morning they said is there a better guy than shack to be involved with a w because you could do this inside the nba have them talking about a w. on that show and wherever else shek and you're getting cody rhodes out there and you could promote this and try to get the word out about a w obviously if you look at the a w numbers like the people that watch a w they love the show. They're watching it with their friends and their family probably more of their family. One point seven viewers per home. That's that's the number that we had in the attitude era. The people that know about eight w love it but guess what if you get out of that bubble nobody knows about it and so the idea is we need to raise the whatever you call it. We need to get the a w out there. We need to get out that there's awa wrestling it's on tnt and shacks gonna help with that now. Ultimately long-term if the same number of normal human beings on the street knew about aws knew about w e that in fact might shift the balance of power in wrestling but his shack showing up on wednesday going to do that. No so again. I would not have tweeted that but i think people are getting a little bit. I think we're kind of blowing this up here. It's something more than it. Is tony kahn. And thinking that this is going to help. Maybe does maybe he thinks that this is going to shift the balance of power. That's very different than for example teasing that goldberg is going to be on the show and then he's not there or building up every week that you just don't deliver and there's no reason for it is that like someone went down with cove it or whatever it's just like you advertise something and then you didn't do it. That's a problem. Am i wrong about this. I don't think so. And there's the other aspect to this where there's corporate synergy involved. I'm sure they're trying to start the nba season backup. They were talking early january than they were talking. You know around christmas time. I don't know but guess what it's coming back to to. Tnt and it's one of their best sports properties that they have. It's probably the one they're most known for because of inside the nba and all that sort of stuff. and if i'm not mistaken papa. John's is an official sponsor of the national. football league. Shack is very much involved in that. I'm sure somebody eight. W would like to raise the profile of the company. A little bit more if you can get into bed with shack that way so there's all sorts of things that may be at play here as well to as to why shack is involved. We think it's really gonna end up. Being shacking cody could end up being a situation. Where kenny smith or chris jericho joys the circle. I don't know we got a long time to go before their pay per view which means we got a lot of tv time to fill. And i'm not necessarily get in on stuff like this. I don't think it's a it's a stunt. I think it's a stunt a particularly ridiculous one or anything like that you know people will roll their eyes. But there's always celebrity involvement in pro wrestling always has been always will be and if you can figure out a way to use them and energize your fan base and maybe get some other people involved. Great and i think shack is actually a really really good person to probably do with so no. Balance of power has shifted with him. Certainly not definitely talk either. Although i do understand i guess from a story line point of view of why everything shaken up. The bastard is back you know. We haven't seen him in forever. We've seen him talking to himself. We've seen them going crazy now. He's in the ring. And he confronts another crazy man in kingston and are both involved. Maybe going after the championship. So who who knows who knows where that will go but at least it was something exciting to end the show. If it didn't change the balance of things and the deal was shack just speaks for itself knows from both shows. We a cody segments where they debuted at jada cargill. Who apparently is going to be. You're going to be the manager of shocker. She's just the one bringing him in but they're building up shack versus cody and apparently jade was on wbz radar. And they never pulled the trigger ad. So here she is. In a. W i don't know why sometimes w e a trigger and sometimes they don't like ricochet was on their radar forever but for whatever reason they just never took him for a long time they totally missed on him and ironically when they got him they missed on him anyway. But we'll see where this leads and then brandy by the way. She was not happy with his jade out. They're stroking her husband's hair so she came out and she cut the promo of a lifetime on this woman. It was awesome. It was the best promo of her career. Martinez and jon moxley either building up the big match which is coming up on december second. So they're doing it free on television. I know everybody as a million theories as to why. I don't know why maybe we'll find out around. December second natural nightmares butchered blade. Bunk house match was a lotta fun and got his revenge on the blade after the whole bunny storyline. So that's all done matt. Hardy basically told sami dude. You lost to alleged and you've got the rub so do something with it so they're very strongly teasing that. Sammy is gonna go baby fae sooner rather than later. M j f wardlow inducted into say the hall of awesome. That's later on down the road. Inner circle and they're gonna go to las vegas next week so next week on. Aws the inner circle in las vegas with half the inner circle not even wanting mgm there. But he's trying to buy their loyalty. It's a shoot by the way to there won't be a sound stage of vegas. Actually going they're going to vegas. Yeah we add the young bucks. A pill rising alec martinez. They face top-flight next week. They were gonna do it this week and they actually sent out a deal about it and then retracted it. Because apparently everybody's beat up so they're going to give another week to heal up. We add shawn spears beating. Scorpio sky with the loaded glove. We had taikang t beating red velvet and then in the main event it was penta and phoenix killing each other. Tearing off their masks as the announcers were afraid that this team was going to break up. Eddie kingston which just loving every second of it and then after penta wins kingston actually tries to break up. The two brothers which leads to the return of park and park is going to be feuding ultimately with eddie kingston but eddie kingston at this point by the way unabashedly a. He'll not even a tease of a baby face. So they'll be rolling down the road but pox debut is next week against the blade very quickly on the. Let me get over this very quickly. There was talk about it. After the break we talked about the leeann rough thing we had fantasma versus jake atlas. They had a match at halloween havoc. Fantasma beats him. Jake hamlets beats up some due to the pipe and earns himself rematch and then he goes in and fantasma crew gets booted out. So it's a one on one firefight. Fantasma beats some clean in the middle. What all right. Whatever we have raquel. Gonzalez's xilai never takes place. They advertise in deliver because instead boa comes out. Raquel beats him up because is not there and then some old dude comes out and he puts a mark on his hand and elbow is worried. No idea what's going on here. Candice beat tony storm. Tony got a week. And now they're beating. Her was upset about them. Beating ember moon. Well same story here bro. What is going on dexter. Loomis timothy thatcher. My favorite dexter lewis matching forever because he just had a wrestling match timothy thatcher. One however and they're going with dexter loomis versus and grimes with mumbo jumbo happy about that and then finally at the end of birch beat. Xango beat the hell out of the baby faces. A six man coming. We talked about this more after the break observer live. Auto body is colliding with a shortage of licensed. Tech's two thousand seventeen wayne and clear coat that oh ninety left rear. Sandy pounded and painting and the governor has smu. It's time to hire. I need indeed. Indeed you do the moment you sponsor job on indeed you get a shortlist of quality candidates from our resume database indeed two and a half times more hires than the other branded jobsites combined according to breezy. Hr twenty nineteen visit indeed dot com slash credit. 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And we'll do calls on a day where we have left to talk about which is not going to be tomorrow by the way because tomorrow is pack show. You got chico l. Luchino on the program as well as the mighty and ferocious the mighty ferocious brody king. It's coming up tomorrow. Now we've got a million people talking about all of this year so let's begin tony. Kahn clarified himself with another tweet about an hour ago that the shift in the balance of power is an ongoing series of events which supposedly started last night is really putting over and i guess excited about the next couple of months. Well we'll see we'll see tony. Tony tony tony. Look stop tweeting own double down and just let let the professionals that you have Take care of that for you. Let let somebody tnt. I'll tell you what. Tnt drama seems to be a very good friend of aew still still proudly telling everyone in primetime television. The darby allin is their champion. Let them take care of this stuff. You don't have to put yourself out there for everything you know. You're the face of the company. You don't have to do this all the time. Yes but again if tony kahn honestly believes that what he has booked and planned between now and march isn't going to shift the balance of power in wrestling. He's welcome to say that like this deal. Here's a deal with promoter hyperbole everybody okay that's it is that's what it is. You may agree with it and you may not. That's different than promoter false advertising. If i say if i say the last night's observer radio let's say you have not heard last night's observer radio okay i heard because i was on it. And there's a story about roddy piper on last night's observer radio okay for those of you. That heard it if i come on this show today and i say you know what last night was the greatest episode of wrestling observer. Radio there has ever been. You've got to go listen to that. Okay if you go listen to it. And you've built up all these expectations and you don't think it was very good. You're going to get mad at me. But guess what. If i actually thought it was the greatest episode of observer radio like it doesn't matter if you think that being hyperbolic if that's what i actually thought. Now if i say last night on observer radio go listen to it. Because i'm going to tell you the main event of this year's wrestlemainia an who's going to win and you'll be shocked and you listen to this show and it's not making one time. Well that's pure bs right there. But toni may believe that what he has planned between now and march is going. Turn this all around between mainstream media for shack and whatever booking scenario. He may actually believe that. If you don't believe it. That's fine like i said i wouldn't have tweeted that. But if that's his honest opinion he has every right to choose to tweet that at face the consequences if all wrestling fans watched the show like bro. What were you talking about. That's your right as well. Everybody has a right in this situation. This is very different from false advertising. Which a promoter should not do. No they should not. But you know. We've heard great promoters in our lifetime. Bob arum don king vince mcmahon. You know sometimes. I don't honestly sometimes less is more but i think is this really look number one. You've already changed the balance of power. And i'm not saying it's tilted in a way. Where obviously they're not ahead of. Wwe in any way right now but they have shifted a lot of power. You know you can prove that with ratings in how is have shifted away from wwe's product the interest. He had and the start that you had where. I don't know eh again. Maybe look again. Yes he's got every right to do that. But tony tweets salah tony's out there a lot. He's the face of a lot of things. And when you do that. You become more of a lightning rod. And i think at this point you have all these other people around you that. Let them do some of that hype for you because it is really difficult for me to believe. Although again we'll see but like you said last night the balance of power begins to shift and it's like it's pock sorry it's pack and it's shock and while that rhymes i don't know i mean you if people shrug and snicker and laugh and kind of go. Well more promoter hyperbole. Oh you know i don't. I don't really blame anybody for that. And i just think you know you kinda. That was one of those times. You just put yourself out there for no real reason to you. Know what i mean for me. But then again again if he is this invested in it and he felt that strongly about it he had to say something great but he says a lot of things a lot of times. i mean. he's the face of the company. But in this case. I mean anybody that's hitting him back and people you know this'll pay off long-term or whatever it doesn't matter he was talking people. Were looking at it in the scope last night and not much shifted. Everybody's talking about credibility. Listen guys don't even know credits. I shouldn't say guys. I remember when i was a kid. And there's going to be mr perfect bret hart match is. There's a famous summer slam match. And mr perfect came out on the go home show primetime wrestling whatever and he said. This will be the greatest wrestling match of all time. Now if you've been watching wrestling all over the world. I mean it was a it was a fantastic match but you would look at that in hindsight. And what are you going to say that. Mr perfect has no credibility because it wasn't actually the greatest match of all time that guy. You probably thought. I'm going to go in there. And have the greece match of all time. And they busted their ask a fantastic mansion. Maybe over the guy thought it was the greatest match of all time. So there's that aspect of it and also into the circus. Oh let's go to ringling brothers the greatest show on earth. That's what the promoter said you're gonna come to the greatest show on earth. Well maybe you've been cats on broadway and you go. That wasn't the greatest show on earth. You know what. I take my daughter to ringling brothers and bro. That's the greatest show she's ever seen in her life. It's a promoter promoting what he believes you think you think bob ringling or whatever. His name is when he says it's the greatest show on earth. He think that guy thought wrote. This show sucks. But i mean damn it. I'm going to call it a degree. No that guy thought. It was a great show on earth. If tony kahn thing so what he's doing is gonna shift the balance of power. He has every right to think that. If you don't think that that doesn't mean that that guy does it have any credibility it means you disagree if tony kahn says next wednesday on dynamite goldberg versus the iraq. And you tune in and you'll get it. That's ruining your credibility because that's not an opinion issue. That's the guy flat out lied with. Facts why are we wasting time on this dude. That's what i wanna know. Cats on broadway was pretty good. Though i went to was very good enough. I'd say was the greatest show on earth. I've seen many cirque du soleil i could go to cirque du soleil could say bro. You gotta go. It's the greatest show on earth surface. So when you go like it as much as me and then you could say bryan. You've got no credibility it was not the greatest show on earth. I think. I thought it was some i wanna hire. Anybody can not go to any cirque show and then not think that that was a great show that they ever saw. I've seen some good cirque shows. Let me tell you but hey it's a good example. Have you seen that one. What makes up a bad one a bad one but listen so beatles. Love vegas if you're a fan of the beatles and you gotta beatles love in vegas you're gonna come out of that thing and you're going to say bro. This was the greatest show on earth. You've got to go watch this show. Well i love the beatles. And all. But i also was a gymnast and i'm a wrestling fan. And what i wanna when i go to assert show is all of the crazy stunts and moves and quite frankly if you go to beatles love. You're going to see less of that. Then you would see at a different search show so if you tell me that beatles love is the greatest show on earth and i go there and i watch it and it's really good but they didn't do enough flips for me. You expect me to go out of that thing and go bro. You got no credibility you have no credibility anymore because that wasn't the greatest show on earth. No that's a difference of opinion. That's what that is absolutely yelling. Wall i am. It's a wall of text on monday. Switched wall here. I can imagine what your texts look like right now coming in over the line as well to if this is what it reaction. You're getting into twitch. chat person. Says he didn't know he says. Tony kahn gets a little excited sometimes. He's excited about his product. It's not the end of the world. Don't and euthusiasm shame him there. Is this where we're at now enthusiasm shaving not to do that. That's what i'm saying. I mean we really got to give as about that now as a grown ass man who drinks big as white claws. I don't think we have to like shield. this man. He know the beating that he takes the press in england for his football club is world football club and then his american football club he gets a pretty good beating over that too. But i don't know if we necessarily have to shield him from any reaction that he gets. I think he's kind of built for it as families. Vote for him at this point. I'm not trying to defend the guy that way. But i mean if you listen we could go. We did an observer. Radio with tony kahn. Okay listen go listen to that show and then tell me that you don't believe that this guy thinks that his booking scheme for the next four months it's going to shift the balance of power and wrestling this guy's so excited this very different to try and screw you and promising something and then deliberately not delivering. The problem is. It's like people that want to talk about new japan pro wrestling not necessarily understand the whole thing. Look not everything has got to be compared to. Wwe not everything is in the universe of wwe or even worse in the snow globe events mcmahon and. I think we all because of the monster that wwe. Vince is occasionally. People will do that too often. Think i'm taking this bait bro. Not a chance there. You person here says commentary the end of dynamite a big deal about officials keeping eddie separated from park because he was not clear to wrestle after a brutal moxley match last week simultaneously. They advertised blade. Who sported absolutely gruesome cringe crimson. Mask this week in fact wrestling with next week. Well if we're really gonna do this thing here. The guy got a cut on his head. Yeah that's don't know. What internal injuries eddie. I mean maybe you got an infection from all those puncture wounds. We don't know anything all we know. Just like real life that dr cleared the blade. The doctor didn't clear kingston. Great down your story. Line any pro. No blade was a throwback to every single wrestling magazine cover in the seventies and eighties. That's what that was and you could say maybe was a little bit too much or something like that. I didn't have a problem with it. I have more of a problem with. Aew because they're allowed to shoehorning in swear words like when they are required. Go ahead and do them you know they. They seem to put them in there. And then they get missed by the sensors and then that turns into to me bad comedy you know it turns into something minor league but it does turn into goofiness and it takes away so i think that's worse than anything. I mean blade. He just lived up to his name. Person says as a prediction for the omega moxley match. I think they switch the tidal on. Tv i think this will lead to moscow in japan for wrestle kingdom so we can trump the us title also. It is packed not pock. It's hard to get over that one august two things here first off. I bet you twitch homeys good money that if i interviewed pock on this show and he said his own name he would say poc and not pack. Bet you anything. That's number one in any way with rhode and number two yes. That was what everybody was concluding today. They must be doing this on television. Because in moxley go to japan and quarantine for two weeks. Listen maybe but i don't see twenty con booking. His biggest match ever around mars leak to go to new japan plus moxie going to japan over the holidays and maybe leaving his wife at home. I'm skeptical of this back in a moment mazzini okay. I just listened to me. I know that a lot of times mom. It might not seem like. I'm listening to you but i am. I hear you and what you say really doesn't matter to me. I mean let's be honest. No kid likes rules. But i got why we have them. I hear you. And i know it's because you care all the talks over the years including what you've told me about not using alcohol and other drugs they stick with me and believe it or not. They really do. Make a difference a specially at times that matter months nothing good so thank you for talking and preparing for what's ahead thanks. Mom never giving up in always being my biggest fan. Thank you for letting me know what you expect. 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Everyone's all happy to be going to this trip club. Capital of north. America portland oregon. And then they do the segment later with sammy and m. f. goes does whatever he does and he gives sammy as his ticket and then of course they do the show next week and sammy's not there because his ticket was portland maine. No no portland. Become the strip club. We atlanta miami. Dallas portland is stripped. Copa kaplan america google. It we're talking like per capita like the number of strip clubs is like a starbucks anywhere else. There's one every fifteen feet from another say there are any good. I'm just saying per capita. It's like the the largest number in this country Find out for everybody you know. Somebody pointed out in the portland. That's all night last night. I know something about some strip clubs for sure ballots here you somebody was advantage so the twitch chat did note that hey doesn't mike tyson live in vegas. Could we see a vegas cameo. Could this whole thing just into some sort of of hangover type of situation. We could all right. Everybody went rapid for today. Don't forget tomorrow is noted it is the biggest show in observer live history because to massive guests chico l. lucia door it perhaps his final appearance ever before legitimate death match on friday night at talking-shop media to as well as brody king the mighty and ferocious brody kim. A fun time thanks. Everyone for listening micheals always callers listeners. Talk to you next time. Wrestling observer live. You're listening to the heartland newsfeed radio network broadcasting live twenty. Four seven hundred. This stream is supported by advertises and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and instagram. Stop playing politics. I'm pam crusoe fox news president trump directing that tweet at new york's governor who has blasted the white house response to the coronavirus pandemic and has questioned the administration's vaccine efforts yesterday. While briefing the nation on the vaccine. The president said new yorkers may not get it when the rest of the country does because the governor will need to approve it himself. The president believes a vaccine could be readily available by april. What he did in. This was so brilliant manufacturer the vaccines at the front end. So it's not as if we get a green light on a vaccine manufacturer after he did it on the front end white house. Press secretary kayleigh mcenany in another tweet. The president urges congress to do another virus relief bill and says it should be big and focused yesterday daily cases in the. Us broke another record. More than one hundred eighty four thousand.

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What year two thousand and two along remember what's popular for rock and two thousand two. I don't know. I think music died before that a music still around but it just. It's that there used to be hundreds of bands selling millions of albums and others millions of bands selling hundreds of albums. There's a few hits here. And there. But i mean i gotta say that they they weren't. They weren't what i liked in my youth. My milkshake brings all the boys to the yard. I say that's better than i mean. It's catchy it's it's you know you like popular more than i. I hated the pop out of the eighties. All of the popular music. I hated i. I didn't like of the glam rock as well. In fact the nineteen eighties. Were one of the most over-decorated periods of time in all of in my opinion. And so it wasn't. Until i found a you know some thrashing angry guy music or the people onstage were wearing jeans and t-shirts like you know regular people on that. I found my niche in. That was thrash metal. At the time we're talking early slayer anthrax. Metallica stuff like that. i am from the old school. Yeah freetalklive did rise from rock and roll. So let's go to the phones you can call in. And talk about whatever's on your mind its mark with you and the captain six zero three two eight three six one six zero six zero three two eight three six one six zero. I believe we've got eric calling in from iowa eric. You're on free talk live eric can hear about it. I think you're breaking up a little ahead. Yeah just go ahead and make your statement if you gonna say regards to From what i'm hearing it was a five year. Fbi investigation and they charged with conspiracy. It seems to me conspiracy as the cats all charge that they throw it to you in jail. I just can't imagine how you could ever be the conspiracy charge wire fraud essentially Decided that you've told a lie. Remember thank you for the call. Eric appreciate it. You know the the fbi is the organization the bony policing organization in america. Where they can get up in front and just so testify at what you said. They don't have to produce on they don't have produced video of any kind of occurrence. They can just say this happened. We say it happened. And we're the fbi and that's it. That's what martha stewart went to jail for was lying to an fbi agent. But they didn't record it. They don't have any proof that that's what happened. It's just her word against an fbi agent and she didn't wanna take that chance so she went ahead and went to the pokey because of her. Her attorney said Yeah this isn't going to go well and well i i hear you so yeah. It's it's a tough situation. Let's go to jill calling in from richmond. virginia jill. You're on free talk. Live people believe that. If you don't believe in god you can't believe in lebed. I don't think this is right. I remember an article. I ran rude. I think the man's rights and article she quoted the declaration of independence man has met created equal then god by their creator with certain inalienable rights. She said whether one ascribes man's creation to nature or to god the issue of man's origin does not alter the fact that he's acidic specific nature spe- loose rational being needs to be left alone life according to judgment and of course people have a right to believe that they want but i think the government should be guy but they should believe the government officially Or deny natural round that you say though that our hands are up. That's not our business and we don't lay down. We don't like them reese about that. One way jill's right on that. Yeah yeah i. I agree and you can't have separation of church and state if the state is a religion and that appears to me to be what it is there are too many parallels between you know officially recognized religions and the state for it not to be. Also you basically can't get elected. They did some kind of test. And it's probably been ten years since we've read this on the air but they did some kind study and americans would rather have a muslim for president than atheist. Like you know they asked him. Why would you not vote for. And the for what i i guess what my thought process. I'm no atheist. But i wouldn't. I believe that. I would choose somebody for the job of president based on their in my opinion ability to do it. But you always hear about the religion of the person who's running. I mean you know Trump standing there with an upside down bible in his hand or whatever appealing to the moral majority as it were. And i would say that you know. Even today in america you can't get elected generally as there's the. The percentage of atheists in office is probably even lower than the percentage of atheists in the population. I guess is what i would say. I believe that you are factually correct. And i've identified as an atheist before but currently identify as a non fist. And there's just a little bit of a distinction there and that's to just say that theism doesn't groove my soul in any way shape or form. That's not to say that. I don't believe that there are things that i don't understand. There's a whole bunch of things in the world that i don't understand including potentially supernatural. Things are things that the human mind can't quite wrap itself around so you know what causes these things. What are these things. We just don't know the answer to that. And that's where i'm at with it and speaking of the line ran quote that That the jill had mentioned there by the way so awesome. I wish the audio is a little better on that phone. I'm the i mean what i would say as far as You know when it comes to humans and liberty being inborn. I do believe that liberty was born into humans. God god made humans to be free and wrote wrote it into the the strip to the universe and say is that when you talk about like think about ants for a second. This is a species that is totally not free right like you were born to do what you do. Whether you're the queen or a worker and that's that and the status out there have long looked at beehives and ant hills and you know termite mounds and they've said we've only we could just make these small group of primates. Look i get it. State ism socialism authoritarianism to tell them. These are all fine ideas in your fiction world that you write down fine idea rome species. Yeah i agree. And you had mentioned something about a electing officials president specifically but so. Let's take that for the example. What are the requirements for being president. This country's been around for two hundred years or whatever it's been right and so we've had you know an election every four years right. So what are those qualifications. Is there a list of qualifications for being president of the united states and the constitution. We'll know those are the prerequisites right. You have to be what over age thirty five and that you're talking about that. I'm talking about the skill sets right when i interview for a job right. I have to have a specific set of skill sets in order to go and do that job. That's really the crux of it is. Is that the The qualification is the ability to sway. Enough people to vote for you tom. And or in trump's case sway enough people to vote against you And that's it so. The the the skill set to get elected is in no way related to the skill set to do the job. And that is a fundamentally very bad system. What it takes to get elected has nothing to do with what it takes to run a country and the people that are good at good good at running a country. Don't have a snowball's chance in getting elected. This is really really bad. 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Who's donated the 'cause agreed. Yep and we're trying to get lawyers for the crypto six you can go to the crypto six dot com and find out the whole story and donate their the crypto six dot com but real quick dot com. It's it's the best source for learning about crypto currency. You can go there now and click on get started at the top of the page. Once you do that. You'll find a cornucopia of information neatly organized for by your needs. There's a there's no longer an excuse for ignorance about this important world changing information. Bitcoin dot com is your source for buying crypto currency getting a wallet app mining trading and all the latest crypto currency. News all in a slick and easy to use website. It's bitcoin dot com. There really is no excuse any longer. We had a gentleman show up a new guy. Show up to our crypto. Meet up yesterday and he asked what is the most used crypto for. Like your everyday stuff here and gain. 'cause qian's unique in that well there's a bunch of places that accept crypto currency and the overwhelming. Answer by everybody who attended was besieged. Bitcoin cash decline cash f. Or buying your dinner or go to the convenience store getting your car repaired all the fun stuff that we can do here in keene. That was the overwhelming answer. Lots of different crypto currencies out there and they've all got used different use cases. Bitcoin cash is great for transactions. Let's go to the phones. We've got vernon colin from new orleans vernon you're on free talk live show. I recently got into shandra again. Soft rock called yacht rock and it's like dan dot rotter yacht. Rock like steely dan Christopher cross brosio america Michael mcdonald. It has to be jimmy. Nothing has to be there to hold on. Jimmy buffett has to be on that list. I haven't seen him on the list. Actually but it seems like every song has a saxophone in the middle. It's it's rather relaxed. I know it's not your heavy metal and it's you know it's not rock but it could consider it a sock. I guess it's always got a guitar and drums set. So i don't know but by the question was do we. Can we expect any of the people indicted to appear on the show before their Their cases resolved. Thank you all for your time. Thank you so. He's talking about the crypto six here and yeah we might have. I don't know are we. Do we have news in that department. We have news. I didn't know if it's public knowledge yet. Sure i'll rattle off the crypto. Six real quick There's aria who trans woman who is a Main host here on free talk live. There's colleen grandma who runs a convenience store here in keene new hampshire. There's ian freeman. Who is the founder and a main host here on free. Talk live Main house being me you aria ian and and there's some friends of ours rene and epa. And who am i. Who am i missing here. Aria ian andy lead nobody. Oh that's right no. I don't mean you're not missing anybody. I mean there's a person named nobody whom you have omitted from the list rich. Paul changed his name to nobody of to run for governor so that you had the option of voting for nobody for governor and he's going to probably run for more things to because that's the kind of guy he is. He's still in the pokey. But i believe he chose to You know not take the bail conditions that they gave so. He's sort of there voluntarily if one can make that claim. I don't really perhaps better way to describe that. So of our hosts the people. So colleen's not on. The air. Rene is not generally not on the air. She has been in the past And and he's not never been on the air so you've got three people who are generally not at the aaron three people who are of those three people ian n rich paul. Nobody are in the pokey and being held up held captive by the terrorists in the cooler. And of course when they get out. It's very likely that the judge does not seem to want to say that nobody is allowed. That excuse me that any of these hosts are not allowed on the air. Because that would be a free speech violation. So i can tell you. This arias should be on the air. Come monday i welcome it. Yeah i'm really looking forward to it. And i i know there's some things that she's not gonna wanna talk about or maybe even be able to talk about because of the conditions threes. Yes the one that i'm referring to. So yes we'll have somebody here shortly When when do we have Will have somebody soon and nobody. I don a win though. Nobody knows when nobody will be on again. Nobody nobody knows better than i do like somebody. Somebody will be on soon before nobody will to get names to so we can really play a Who's on first kind of schick. Maybe i'll change my name to everybody and then you could change to somebody who could have somebody. Nobody in everybody. You can just change my to hell. Now let's go to kirby calling in from indianapolis kirby you're on free talk live. Actually you guys say my question. I was calling in to see how in nobody would doing And guys at hurt anything from that. They've been given a bail hearing Just trying to check in on them guys is worried about him. I'm sitting here In the middle the woods wasn't gentleman. You know from indiana who laima were mentioned. I i go to indiana. I'm the look you guys up I really am am excited. So rich. paul got hearing as i understand. It got a hearing and refused bail conditions. And maybe they'll come up with better bail conditions and he'll get out sooner and whatever. I'm not entirely sure what the the the thing is. We've had a hard time. Getting communication to him One of our coast. Chris attempted to do one of these online visitation. Because what you can't go and do visitation in person because of quote covid unquote. So you have to do it over zoom now to get visitation with somebody but there were some technical difficulties. We're not sure where those live. He wasn't able to connect. We have been able to get a letter to him So that was written. And you know. His account is funded. So we know he's got a you know if he has access to the kiosk i think he can get the toiletries and stuff that he needs ian still in the pokey and he's they put him in medical confinement You know against his will for observation. Yeah just we'll probably retribution. But maybe who knows. I mean is your guy but i don't know he's dangerous to himself or others so whatever the so he's been reading e called me today he gets one hour a day of sort of not being in their their whole and he He's he's reading a lot and doing push ups and and repeating positive mantras which is definitely one of his things He has stickers here on the Free talk live studio bathroom. Look a little things. He says to himself to make his day. 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Yeah you can go there and make donations. I think they've got links to the t shirts that are available. Different people are putting together t shirts and we wanna support everybody. Who's trying to support the crypto six. So where you know doing our best to put it all together understand that everybody is Volunteer and everybody's working as fast as they can and if you're talking about private messaging on facebook. I don't do private messages on facebook. You can send me a private message. And i will never read it now for interacting in a threat or something. That's fine I just want folks to be aware of that. Because i don't have the app on my phone. I only use the browser for facebook. So so Comment yeah. I hope that you can get an email address through free. Talk live here in the near future. Who's going to ask you about that. And i it just been such a low priority for me but yeah we should try and do that. Yeah we absolutely need to get that done so that I mean everybody else's got a market freetalklive dot com. We don't have the captain at freetalklive captain kick ass or whatever free time too long. That'd be great you just kick ass okay. That's fine any of this. So when i spent that i noticed that you guys talk about the fees. I've never had to deal with that before. And i went to the btc. And i'm like well. Why would i pay this one. H was far superior in that realm for spend. Btc's for holden building on their overnight. Asian up but thank you for that appreciate james. Yeah anything else. Thank you for holding it together. Real curious on your your free cities project. Okay that's kind of looking at the website. a little seems as with Senator overseas. I would say right so it's free private. Cities dot com free. Private cities dot com. The concept is is that to bring back the old city state and the idea that instead sort of modeled after a not a resort but a resort that you live at so not in the sense that there's pools everywhere and alcohol and gorgeous women or anything like that. Let's hope that we've got all those things but the really the ideas is that when you go to name resort james can you think of one. Oh i didn't do the resort atlanta's club med. Those a couple of club med club. Med and you When he show up there you never think about why should vote on. Who the ceo is you know like i gotta get those darn republicans out of office and club. Med and the democrats in or vice versa. You never think that at all. You think i'm gonna have. I'm gonna live my life here for a couple of weeks and it's going to be great and the idea is that you sign a contract when you come into the city when you become a citizen or even your coming in to do business or whatever it is there's different types of contracts for different things and you have rights that are spelled out. The social contract exists in free private cities as opposed to just changes whenever at the whims of politicians. We currently live in a world where they say you trade your freedoms for responsibilities and the government's protection and blah blah blah blah blah. That's the social contract right. And that is the social contract in sort of its basics. Clever signing well you didn't sign it but you kind of call it a contract none of those things that absolutely but the contract that it's not a contract when the other side can change their rules of conduct at a whim not tell you about them and i mean like for instance the best of my knowledge. This studio is rated over some Unlicensed money transmitting best to my knowledge. Nobody committed unlicensed money transmitting and we have legal opinions remember legal opinions because that's what the supreme court calls what it does. It says the majority opinion and the minority opinion rarely people are willing to break into your house and shoot you point guns at you and fly drones around over opinions. Let's just lay it out. In fact what is the the contract and operate in that manner. So that's the idea behind free private cities. We don't believe this possible in the united states. The land of the free is no longer and that we will acquire some land from some country that wishes to trade money for sovereignty and not entire sovereignty. sovereignty doesn't actually exist right. It's just a it's a term. So i think that the sovereignty is like china russia and the united states and maybe not russia and these are the the the things that are sovereign in the world and the rest of the countries are just kind of making their way but You know that was my question is you're not talking about trying to take over existing towns and make them better. It's more of a start over from scratch right. Well don't argue built so my problem with the free state project is that i do think they'll be successful. They will argue their way to more freedoms in one location. But it's going to take several lifetimes to get there and where you can buy a piece of property sign a contract with the country and begin building and then have something pretty feasible in five years and i think that that's a faster and easier and less controversial way to do things. There's certainly some controversy that That that surrounds the steph. There's organization called the study of economics. I would think that it would be so successful and productive for that country they would have a vested interest in maintaining your sovereign. So that's the hong kong model right like hong kong was significant for your than china and it became And as a result became very very wealthy. I would caution you. Freedom in and of itself is not useful so think about pitcairn island sits out in the. It's a rock. That's one mile by two miles out in the pacific ocean. There's forty two voters and you could and they're currently trying to get people to move there they'll give you a free plot of land to move there and you will right away figure out that you know not having too many people around gives you a great deal of freedom but what good is the freedom. If you don't have any commerce going on you have to be in proximity to people for it to matter in my opinion and i think that the experimentation in self-governance is important enough that it needs to occur. You can't buy hundred acres in the united states and say hey i'm just gonna go ahead and make my own place you can like a city can make more laws than the state and a state can make more laws in the federal government but none of them can take them away. Really now. i mean obviously colorado has legalized weed and The federal government doesn't particularly like that but a row states yes have done though with occasion generate computer. It's not the easiest thing in the world james. Thank you for the call like what you said about building. That's buckminster fuller quote. You never changed things by fighting the existing reality to change something build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete. That's that's that's what innovation is six zero three two eight three six one six zero six three two eight three six one six zero freetalklive the show where anyone can call about whatever they want and we do mean anyone for a radiation monitor on ebay for ten dollars. 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Join our f. t. l. Social mastodon at social dot freetalklive dot com. It's free talk. Live call in talk about what is on your mind. The number six zero three two eight three six one six zero six zero three two eight three six one six zero you can. It's by the way it's mark with you and the reverend captain kick-ass ass here and that's absolutely true so we did bring in some show. Prep tonight it's been all calls the whole time and apparently you've got a reason magazine article which by the way one of my favorite sources for show prep on the show about the new york city doing away with you. You help me out with new york. City ends qualified immunity for police officers. It is the first city in the us to do so okay. What is qualified immunity mark. That's really really important. So qualified immunity so their sovereign immunity. That's what a king has. A king cannot be held responsible for his actions. Because you know these rights laws there was qualified. Immunity is relatively new. It's just came around and like the Mid late sixties surrounding sort of the civil rights actions in the south. Yes so qualified. Immunity says the police officers are not happy held severally responsible meaning the responsible for themselves for their own actions. So you can sue the department. But you can't sell the cop as long as they are doing. They're acting within the under. The you know the law not they if they do something beyond that then they can be held responsible the on that a common complaint amongst people when it comes to police is that the police cannot be held personally responsible if there's ever a lawsuit one against police who've done somebody wrong you know The person might win. But they're just getting money that more money taken from the tax payers and the police officers don't suffer at all and things have definitely changed the criminal justice system in the last hundred years. So there used to be something called citizen's arrest because a cop and a citizen weren't anything different. The cop was just a citizen that was hired to do full-time the things that citizens could do right and they in there are problems with citizens rest in georgia. They're before the whole covert thing. There was a guy that was look at around a construction site to go. Boys come up and the guys moving and they got him down and they're saying they was burglarizing. And i mean that that case hasn't been meted out but it doesn't look so good in my opinion also there were like the state would not bring up so for instance if you wanted when it came to a battery church. Do you want to press charges. Ma'am i yes i do or no. I don't and if you didn't press charges and battery it was over but now the state of the state does all charge. It doesn't matter if the person wants to press charges and not the state just pick it up and press charges anyway because they think that they can prosecute it and blah blah blah right. So you can't as an individual who has been harmed by someone else you can't drop the charges and that is that to my mind a functional real problem mine too So this article says. I just want to preface this with. We give new york a whole bunch of crap because it is one of the worst places in the united states. Brian along shot huge government stuff. But i'm interested in seeing how this works. It should be an interesting test case to see how doing with called qualified immunity works. We've used this. We've claimed this is a solution for a long time and to see it. Enacted is Stunning to me. It would be at least a improvement. The new york city council on thursday voted to end qualified immunity for police officers becoming the first city in the country to take such a step mayor. Bill de blasio has indicated that he will sign the measure the legal doctrine of qualified immunity makes it notoriously difficult to sue government officials when they violate your rights yet requiring plaintiffs to find a previous court precedent that addresses a case with almost identical facts in a statement. The council said the legislation will protect new yorkers against search and seizure and against excessive force and the ban the use of qualified immunity are substantially equivalent immunities as a defense per the victims of police. Misconduct would be able to sue. Officers under local statutes statutes as qualified immunity remains in place at the federal level. Colorado and connecticut last year passed similar pieces of legislation and several other states are considering joining them including new mexico and florida. I think new hampshire is well matter of fact. I know new hampshire is considering something like this also spoke to the Guy who's High up in the new hampshire house just a about a week ago. It's snooze new. No okay now. He doesn't talk. he doesn't talk to me. That's governor christie new. i call him sneeze new. Yeah it's funny chicken. At any rate the article continues in the current moment. Such localized action is arguably the best option for plaintiffs with fragmented congress and the supreme court unwilling to fundamentally reconsider the doctrine former rep justin amash introduced a bill to end qualified immunity for all state actors in june twenty twenty it achieved try partisan support but never received a vote so at the time when he tried partisan justin amash. What either independent or libertarian. I'm not entirely sure which And so he was you know in the house is not a republican get elected as a republican changed the libertarian presumably because he didn't want to work without more didn't expect to get reelected and sure enough a while. The court has sent a few promising messages on qualified immunity this session. It has repeatedly refused to assess it wholesale. The lack of ownership has drawn critiques. From those who point out that it was the court itself that conjured qualified immunity into existence. So the court you know. I mean it was The constitution was modified to have prohibition than modified to get rid of it. I mean you know. These are sort of i i you know. The united states is a supposed to be an experiment so if they experiment with state as it doesn't surprise me i don't think on a federal level that there's any they standing for most of the things the federal government does agreed the founders wrote that document and there were very specific in the bill of rights. And i shouldn't. I don't wanna give credit to the founders. The states weren't going to ratify that thing without the bill of rights and the bill the ninth and tenth amendments the bill of rights. Basically say if it ain't in here it ain't in here and the federal government doesn't have any business doing and the federal federal government on handles almost nothing like treason weights and measures post office and post roads. Know like really not much else interstate. Commerce and civil rights claims and things like yeah certainly not supposed to pass down things to states and force them into positions that they otherwise wouldn't be in right. This is the interstate. Commerce clause and the general welfare clause of the two most abused aspects of the constitution. I mean ninety. Nine percent of the federal government exists within those two clauses. And that's crazy. Yeah well and on the west coast to. There's a lot of clamoring against corporations. We hate the corporation. The corporations are evil well. The corporation was created by the state. Yes it is legal fiction so to speak. It was a concept created by the state to give them special privileges and by the way that those special privileges stem out of qualified immunity. Yes right that's what it is. The corporate officers don't have the same level of responsibility as a sole. Proprietor does and i can see value in that. I mean you know. you don't want everybody. On the board of directors of amazon to be sued every single time. That amazon truck runs over. Somebody's dog or something but you know that's that's the issue there. It's it's a horrible method to prevent frivolous lawsuits. Don't worry in the world where more freedom exists. they'll find ways to protect right for directors. Don't worry well and then some would argue as well that the united states government itself is a corporation arguable. It was incorporated in seventeen seventy six show seventy year anti corporation than you are by default anti-government. Yeah in my mind. You can see any town government when you go in says incorporated here in new england could be like seventeen thirty seven or whatever it is. It'll be right there. Some marine sixteen hundred so the article continues most recently. The justices declined to hear an appeal from a man who was beaten and arrested by two cops for standing outside of his own house. The us court of appeals for the sixers could awarded the pair of officer's qualified immunity. The legal doctrine is supposed to protect state actors from vodkas civil suits instead. It protects them from meredith. Yeah qualified immunity has shielded to cops who still two hundred twenty five thousand dollars while executing a search warrant it protected a cop who shot a ten year old. A copy ruined man's car during a bogus drug search a prison guard who hit while an escaped inmate raped a nurse to cops whose who sick police dog on a surrendered suspect et cetera. And so on the list goes on well. Your thoughts are welcomed six zero three two eight three six one six zero six three two eight three six one six zero here on free talk live. There are lots of ways to listen to freetalklive. Our podcast has been around since podcasts began and now the f. t. l. feed is loaded with content besides are full show archives. Did you know that we make it. Easy for you to customize your podcast subscriptions we have different feeds. One that includes only are full shows one with just the daily digest and our main feed. That includes everything. You decide what you listen to. 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Former president trump says he's been invited by border patrol to visit the. Us mexico border this. A group of gop senators took a tour of the facilities friday and apparently did not like what they saw. Nine thousand nine hundred senators republicans made the trip down to the border uday toward on foot. They toured in gunboats. they also saw that facility in donna. Texas which has gotten quite a bit of negative attention for overcrowded conditions. Many centers in a press conference later in the day criticized the conditions inside of instead said there should be a change back to trump era policies on the border. Here's senator cruz. This is inhumane in is wrong. And it is the direct consequence of policy decisions by the by the administration a number of democrats and biden officials also toured different border facility. They made the claim that the search has nothing to do with who is in the oval office. 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And this was this is a decades old doctrine that basically says police aren't responsible for their individually it's kind of like giving them the corporate protection of the Department so you can sue the department of tyranny land but you cannot do sue the cop and less. He breaks the law so You know the idea is that in fact If you know if police officer breaks the law in some manner and other than you can sue him and the police department be But it honestly it doesn't work out that way. This article from reason magazine that we just went and read in the final segment of the last hour. It mentions many things that people that the police officers have managed to get off with qualified immunity. Now i'm not saying that is louis in these situations that the victim didn't get paid but let's talk about for instance His name was f- llandough casteel. And this happened in minnesota. Before george floyd and all this other stuff okay. He was a black man. He worked as the head of the cafeteria to public school. He was in the car with his girlfriend. You know she. She referred to as herself as wife but they weren't married legally so I believe that if somebody says there has been wife their husband and wife because all of this exists in language and the government is just a bunch of organized criminals that You know say things. The government says you're married. That doesn't make it any more or less married. In my opinion nothing says i love you like adding a third party to your relationship known as the state who requires you to pay them a fee for a piece of paper that recognizes your marriage. So f- llandough casteel. That i mentioned these black. I yes okay he has. His daughter is in the car so they had a daughter together. They're driving around their family. police officer comes up and if it matters to you the police officers ation and he says whatever can't remember whether it was over it was some kind of traffic situation feluccas steele says. I have a concealed carry permit. Now the officer. Excuse me this is really important. The officer said let me see your license. Blenda says i'm a concealed carry permit holder. And he's going for his license because remember the officer said. Let me see your license right. And he said don't gopher gopher pam like literally was that long. Let me see your license. I'm concealed carry permit holder. Don't go for a don't go for it bam. It was like two and a half seconds from when he asked for his license and he's dead dying and in that situation. The police officer was sued severally and his qualified immunity protected him from that situation. Now i can't tell you what happened with that officer's been let go from the force. I have no idea. I'm not looking ya. I can tell you this. The family of llandough castille. And there's some injustice in here if you want to know it. The family of kaflenikov steel got. I think it was one point. Three million dollars from the city of Minneapolis rent now. I hate to think that my life is worth one point. Three million only worth one point three million dollars. But there's people i've met that is probably worthless So anyway they shoot the guy and he gave money to his family. This is like his mother and that family up. But because he didn't have the government piece of paper. As i understand it the girlfriend slash wife depending on how you want to call. It got nothing so now. She's the one who's blood blood was her. You know her husband's blood was sprayed across her and her child Was the one that was in the car and heard the bang and watch daddy die and all that stuff. Right should be Interesting life that girl grows up to no kidding. And that's what but that's what qualified immunity did in that circumstance now. I'm not here to say i. I think that there's all kinds of problems. We push the full ondo castille thing and over again and i really wanted the nra to pick that up but they decided to back the cop because that's the kind of organization that they are now to me. That seemed like a clear. Civil rights violation. The cop gave an order. He was following the order. The cop shot him. He was a concealed carry permit holder. By the way. I think this is really worth pointing out. Concealed carry permit holders are ten times less likely to commit a felony that cop. Oh yeah who is one hundred times less likely to commit a felony than your average individual. So if i if the math that i've seen on the internet is fair than a concealed carry permit holder as a thousand times less likely to commit a felony than your average schmo on the streets. So if somebody says. I'm a concealed carry permit holder. That autosound something like an eagle scout because the chances of them being whatever it is that That one might think they are is low. Now i know there's many people out there that hate guns that think about concealed carry permit holders is super bad people or whatever but evidence i have is there super good. I mean i'll take that and a different spin. My opinion on that kind of thing is well. it's just like any other licensing. The government has taken away right to do something and now sold you a license in order to be able to do it. Oh i'm not claiming that that's not true. I'm just saying the you know the the evidence that i've seen on concealed carry the people who go and get a concealed weapons permit Have to pass some sort of a background. Check the same one that you have to pass in order to buy certain kinds of firearms in the states. That require this type of a thing and generally speaking it requires no criminal activity. That is in the is of course the government the law enforcement agencies but no felony is at a minimum for a concealed weapons permit in the states that i'm aware of and that even includes like some of the we'll call them the western states right where the old west you'll south dakota comes to mind as one of them I actually did carry a concealed weapons permit. In the state of south dakota i was able to travel with it and it was actually recognized across multiple states. I traveled down to new mexico with satan. New mexico does some weird things and they pull people over just for the heck of it and search your car and all that stuff. But i had the document and so you know carrying a gun was fine. Yeah it's different states have different levels of reciprocity and it's all very interesting. I don't know a great deal about it. I am Well they're allowed to discriminate against me. Because i'm a convicted felon so i was safe enough to let out of prison and i'm not safe enough to own a gun and i'd like to make that point real because i think it's fair to do. I'm not that interested in owning guns personally. But that's because there's so many people in the world that had them So many people in america. That had them that they keep me safe. So i just don't need it and thank you to those people that do bud when felons commit crimes and they do and they use guns think they followed the law. No so what's the point of the law. There isn't one law prevented felons from committing crimes than there would be a lot more. Felons since it's legal for a note of black powder pill there'd be a lot more crimes felons robbing say liquor stores or whatever with black powder pistols and. That's not happening because the felons don't care about that law so it's the same old thing if you outlaw guns only outlaws have guns if you outlaw felons having guns only outlaws. 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I know for fact it's higher than that. Oh nice yeah. I figured the count was low but whatever. Yeah so You know there was a switch over between Our old syndicate genesis communications network whom we love and our new syndicate talk media network and whom we think is gonna do good for adding stations and is doing. Well i've got to say very impressed with Josh mccain over there and And my buddy willis works over to There's radio smaller and smaller world as it gets down But i yeah so they. We'll there's a couple of stations for the lost in the mix and that sort of thing and we're trying to retain as many as we can. We're at over two hundred at one point nine. Relatively soon we will be at over two hundred again. And that's the goal so well the goal is three hundred after that right. And you know. I've i'm i'm certainly not here to celebrate the death of the godfather of radio or anything like that but i have stated on the air many times that free talk lives. Single greatest advantage on the radio is that were quite simply younger than all of our competition. There's a few people out there that are our age but i've been feeling old recently but you've made me feel young today. Thanks mike right at fifty forty nine. Forty eight forty eight. You'll be forty nine this year. I will but don't rub it in. I just turned fifty fifty two. I'm kidding i didn't think you were fifty two and they So i'm fifty and i'm a youngster in this business. Okay so anyway. Let's go to the phones. Got david cullen from new mexico. David you're on free. Talk live well you could just commit suicide like the news. Director program director At the university of new mexico radio station. You could do that well. I prefer not to. I have to tell you that. I ran over what i can only call a suicidal bunny yesterday on my way home studio. Yeah it like like jumped out into the road. Like far enough ahead that i saw jump into the road and then jumped out of the road and then as i got closer to where it jumped out of the road jump back into the road. Again and i tried to just move a little bit to sort of straddle the little bastard yeah and you know hopefully not run him over with my tires and maybe he'd survive but then i heard i heard the inevitable. Bunny thud and i i was sad dame said the thing about that is what's important i mean you know if you've got a chance to check a rear view mirror and you're crossing the road you know. Nothings in the oncoming. And that kind of thing. Absolutely take the time to do that. But if it's a situation where you just don't have time to check the best thing you can do is just go ahead and take the money out and i'm sorry i love the bunny but if you slam on the brakes in somebody's falling a little too close and they smash in some kid that gets killed. It's not worth the bunny. I'm sorry you know that's just the way it has to be. Yeah i agree and in fact. I've hit animals before grew up in wisconsin. So i've of course hit deer in my life and again thing Yeah squirrel skunk indeed. What what were we talking about. I think we're talking about radio is in radio must die. Somehow we got to bunny funny. I must radio david. Well like for instance this. He is Have how many radio stations are talking about. Well you have a competitor cumulus media. You guys are probably well aware it can use meteorite so on cumulus media dot com cumulus media luther with high quality radio. That's bill high quality radio programming through four hundred and fifteen owned and operated stations across the market is living nationally. Syndicated sports news. Talk and blah blah blah blah blah. Happy happy horse blank anyway. So cumulus media. Here's what to cumulus. Media does with that power they have attained. You call if you call into a key. Any cumulus media station talk. Radio program like kkk ob in albuquerque new mexico And you wanna talk about. Let's see for instance. You are skeptical that the election the presidential election or the other one the other elections the anyway the recent election was completely legit. If you bring that up at all. They are instructed to get rid of you as they call her. That's a no no subject. You cannot talk about that cannot question it and the same thing goes for if you are skeptical of wearing a mask. You must be dumped. Get rid of that. Caller have any mask skeptics on cumulus media like kkk ob. Radio like the darren. White show or the tj trout show etc etc. And if you are skeptical of the vaccine if you in any way denigrate the vaccine that might encourage people to think before they get injected with some experimental concoction then. You are also censored dumped from cumulus media Eg kkk ob. Radio like darren. White show in albuquerque new mexico. So i'm with you. I think that this is well. Not everybody's got the sensibilities of free talk live right. They're not all the same concept so they can do whatever they want. Especially commercial radio program can do whatever it wants when it comes to programming making a show a show right. There's stick that if you call in with Some particular topics here on free talk live. You probably won't stay on that long because to us. It's just not that interesting. Whatever the that that might be and a you know obviously here. You can talk about your skepticism towards masks. If that's what you wanna do your scepticisms toward the experimental gene therapy. That they're calling a covid vaccine And now i'm not saying that's bad. All medical procedures were experimental at one point. This is experimental gene therapy. I just kind of wish they'd call things what they were. I'm tired of living in a world where they keep me in the dark and feed me bullcrap and then expect me not to grow mushrooms. I mean that's that's what goes on and the vaccine like vaccines we've had a long time. It's a great way to prevent polio. Right but this isn't that is not the polio vaccine or anything like it. They're using that same term and riding on the back and to me. That sounds like lying. And i don't like that. Oh it definitely is lying now. I'll probably take it. Because i've seen a lot of people taking it and they by and large seem fine and that's that i have the advantage of being fifty so i'm not in that first round of people that Get the expe- aliens. Flip the switch and you all obey their every command immediately. That hasn't happened yet. I mean maybe kinda skeptical that people call in about. I mean we haven't had a good moon landing call in a long time. I gotta say you're really trying to draw him out of the woodwork. Friend was talking to me about tabun lighting being staged Just today so. I thought it was amusing. I wonder if the people on the radio. The radio station or stations in which david was alluding to wear masks while they broadcast clearly. They can't it just doesn't up mark mash gonna trying to me. These masks are in part a good thing if a mask is if it's protecting me from spitting on you l. I talk that's fine. That's great right if we could sorta show how it prevents the spread of the virus. That's great but all they do is say it helps to prevent the spread of the virus. And you're a bad person for not wearing it and that's the only conversation that surrounds fasts. There's no conversation otherwise. I'm just not that kind of person. I'm kind of a critical thinker. And i want to know the facts Weird and a piece of paper hung over. Your mouth isn't doing much. In my opinion freetalklive. Car wachner longtime proponent of a voluntary society died last december. You may have seen his articles published on his website voluntary's dot com in his newsletter. 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We just didn't give it out generally because we had an eight hundred number and we threw another syndicate and all that other stuff so now you're actually coming into the studio and i'm actually answering the call right and also those folks who might not know how toll free numbers were toll. Free numbers do not require a telephone. They require a destination so in other words you a toll free number needs to point somewheres else. You need to tell at eight local phone number to go to. That's an eight hundred number eight eight eight number eight seven seven eight six six eight five five. Those are all toll free numbers. They require a destination a local number to be pointed at before. A call will route and the so for instance. Most people are calling in on six zero three two eight three six one six zero and they're not paying any tolls because they're calling in on a cell number. They got a national plan. Or whatever i mean. I haven't paid a long distance fee inside the united states and couple years. You know and what we decided was. Everybody knows six. Oh three is or more people know six. Oh three new hampshire new extension. This is a new hampshire show and so let's just go ahead and use our new hampshire number six zero three two eight three six one six zero. It's a good number. So i can still hear a pin drop right and instead of getting an eight hundred number where we pay for every second iran. Hold every second year on the air. Every second of those things and you're calling in and it would have been free if you call the regular number. Just go ahead and take the freeway free stuff so we overhead and we went that way. And that's what we had talked about masks in the last segment and sort of what do masks do and i did decided to google it. What do masks do to prevent a covert. And there's the cdc it's assistant common question says masks substantially reduce exhaled respiratory droplets and aerosols from infected wears and reduce exposure of uninfected wears to these particles. So it's claiming that you have your exposure reduced right. Uninfected wears to these particles. So exposure of unem- unaffected wears. Do you believe that. Can i mean like how. I'm breathing around my mask not through it. I've had those in ninety five's on and it's restrictive. I'm not much interested in that thing and you can't wear it for long because it kind of becomes clogged getting on a plane. You're going to be like. I'm going to be on for three hours. I'm gonna put my in ninety five. On justice i get on the plane. I think you'll be fine or whatever because but after some period of time it's like your breathing around that too because it just kind of becomes clogged it to me. The biggest conspiracy here is the fact that most people have been convinced that otherwise healthy human beings walking around breathing. Fresh air are somehow a threat to them. Yeah i'm amazed when i see people outside with masks on this is just something i will not do. I'm not wearing a mask outside. So today repeatedly a nice sunny day about seventy degrees here. I had some errands around town. Went and had some dinner with some people you know before the show tonight and that kind of thing and walking down the street walking your dog mask on your face on the street. Nobody around amazing amazing to me. I saw three people taking a walk with each other. One on the one side of the road. One in the middle of the road and one on the The the other side of the road. They were eight feet apart wearing masks. Well and the thing. That i don't like is i'm seeing like sort of Pre teens and early teens. Who of course get together with their friends and roam around town on bicycles or in groups of three or four. And they're they have masks but when the parents aren't watching their down and they're talking to each other hanging in there. Yeah and then of course you know when they get around the corner where their parents are. The masks are up right right. They already know the teenagers already know that. There's something wrong with the whole facade of a friend of mine is having his house worked on. He said. I'm convinced that the workmen only carry masks so that they can Put it on so for when they go home. You know. it's kim to convince the wife that they've been wearing it all day During the day right. Yeah so you had mentioned something about zero. Cova cult zero the zero cova movement. Okay this yeah. This is from the american institute of economic research. this is written by jenin. Youns or yoenis. I'm not sure how to pronounce while un es The past year has given rise to some strange and novel. Methods of disease containment including lockdowns and mask mandates. It is unsurprising that the natural next step in this progression has been the development of a movement known as zero covid. it's growing influence is perhaps predictable given that for nearly a year over year. Now i guess we have been inundated by the views of so-called experts seeking to legitimize their myopic world view that public health is determined solely by prevention of covid. Nineteen right and this is very strange. Like everything else doesn't matter your your family. Your family members dying of a heart attack. You can't go in the hospital because you might spread cove it. This is inhumane. Oh i can't tell you how many people i've met who have had a loved one. I mean the you know we talked about it on the air here and nobody talks about this. A loved one who passed away or went into the hospital and they couldn't go in. I've got a good friend whom i visited in the nursing home for man. Close to a decade I haven't seen him in over a year. And i mean he just talks about how board is how he how. He thinks that life isn't worth living. I mean this is awful. What we're doing to people. Now i agree and you know. I brought it up in around the holidays. What happens to all of the folks who used to go caring for at the elderly homes. That kind of thing when i was a young super spreaders. Yeah when i was a young kid you know in one of the families. That i was with the thing to do is to get together with some folks Church oriented yeah activity and go carrying to the old folks home and that in my methodist group. And oh my gosh like. I'm not you particularly religious dude or whatever but you could see the joy on these people's faces when you came around to carol. Yeah you know it was like an event for the only gosh they were so happy so like apparently you know you can't comfort old people because of this also to what happened. A public service message is for like people. Have you heard the government or anybody. Put out a public service message about. Hey you know if there's a pandemic perhaps you should start thinking about like your nutrition habits and what foods you're putting in your body and what kind of vitamins you're taking or not taking or alcohol consumption to all of these things. They're not saying anything about any other thing. That you can do to strengthen your immune system to dave even stopped talking about washing your hands. It's all about the ask and all about the social distance. Yeah well. I don't know i mean maybe i'm hearing wash your hands. Washing your hands is always been a good idea. But i think that the worry that comes from covid nineteen you know this cove this cortisol build up because worry cortisol builds up your body when you're worried and stressed and all that stuff that has to be far more unhealthy than whether or not you choose to wear a mask while you're walking around the park. Yeah i mean the people are so worried about it and that is not a state that has a state of of healthiness of health and wellness. It's it's not about health about compliance and obedience. That's what it seems to be. And it's like totem to like. You're you're If you're wear masks then you wanted to see. Joe biden office. And you didn't like orange. Hitler either and the people that aren't wearing masks they're all minions brownshirts modern brownshirts. It is the craziest thing. I don't care which crooked old pervert you liked. don't care in fact. I moved to the commonwealth northern mariana islands. So i didn't have to listen to you kooks. 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I'll give them for six zero three two eight three six one six year mark and the captain six zero three two eight three six one. Six zero capitalist jump straight in the calls you down. I'm down down like four flat tire. We've got phones back. So why not right right. Licensure calling in from indianapolis sandra. You're on free. Talk live great name by the way. I just wanted to tell you guys about some true believers. We ran into out in the woods of indiana hiking. A state park. What kind of true. Lemurs groups of people in masks groups out in the would how big are the one of the groups was what like twenty people are plenty of people and then there was a couple of families here and there. He'd be wearing masks. Maybe a individual walking by wearing a mask the individual by himself. Like kinda see. See if you say all right well. I'm going to be within six feet of somebody by the way now. The by administrations has said. It's fine to be within three feet of each other as long as you're in the school now. You won't get that way but you know i it's interesting how the rules just changed once or orange Hitler went away and uncle touchy Came in i. I mean i don't know why maybe it's partisan just me thinking well. Pope biden came in and and kristen government building. So i'd hate to think he's christening anything. Hey lie know how to keep the biden administration from coming after your guns. How do you do that. You keep them upstairs. Oh that's right. He fell trying to get into the go up the stairs to the air force. One right. that's right yeah well. That's what happens. Should we ask him when he called when you elect the caller chuck called about the mass people walking around in the woods with word. Yeah i think it's it's to me. I'm not wearing a mask if i'm outdoors. I think i'd time traveled there for a minute and came back. I can kind of see if you're standing and facing somebody like this is the thing that was never talked about about six feet six feet from sort of directly in front of your face. I'm with that now. Most of the cases are spread inside the home. Homes are have much less ventilation than businesses do because people are cheap and they don't wanna pay to air conditioned the outdoors or heat the outdoors make sense. I mean makes perfectly good sense whereas businesses they have Commercial code that they have to be. They have to change air flow and airplanes of the same way so they have to spend more money on air conditioning and heat and all that good stuff. But i mean if you're not looking and when you're hiking you tend to be hiking on all facing you're six foot deadly zone extending directly out from the front of your face like if i'm within six feet of you and within two feet of you and we're back to back and our heads are facing different directions and we're talking. We're not endanger especially if you're outdoors so to me. It's like i get if you're dealing with a spill and everybody gets excited and spittle comes out when you talk and whatever and it happens to go in there or something okay. I can see that you know that. That's gross whether you've got cova dhs or not. It's it's not a good thing. Now mind you. I do jujitsu and i mean we sweat like big drops of sweat just blink right in your eye because you know. You're rolling around japanese pajamas with another grown man. It's sweaty in that room. I mean there's twenty is all doing the same thing. The windows are steamed. Whatever but and by the way. I've done that. I've been Half to two thirds of the ray around the world and back in twenty twenty. And i've taken my tests and i've never been exposed to covid according to the test according to the task. Yeah yeah and it seems to me. The biggest question is how can people who don't give a crap about covid. Don't seem to get it. I don't know. I don't know what explains that anomaly. Well the i'm certainly certainly no cova denier. Right good friend of mine. His name was a christian anarchist and he called in here to the show and it was longtime donor and I went into the hospital. I got some texts. I still hold them on my own. He's dead but i love his texts. I'd love to look at them and i. His wife's doctor he worked as office manager at a medical facility. Likely caught it from somebody coming into treatment. And you know it's real. I don't you know i don't know why he got it and i. I think that some people are much more susceptible than others. He was sixty nine by the way if you want to no no. He's not morbidly obese. In the best of my knowledge he didn't have any really pre pre existing conditions. That one might be concerned with So you know it. It gets some people ninety nine percent or better recovery rate still. Yeah especially if you're below a certain age. I think that if if i had to do it all over again and mind you. I said this when it was going on is a geriatric problem. We should've kept people. Sixty five and above seventy five and above whatever. The numbers are the. We came out with and given them a helper right. So there's always somebody who's willing to help and i can help and we have people in our neighborhood. As a matter of fact we take the dog for a walk. this lady who's an air eighties. Yeah and you know she her dogs young. She's not and you know you get a little helper. And they deliver the groceries to you and you can stay home and you can be protected. And then once we all get the exposure out here. The called for similitude i believe. Is the terminology. Good weird you know. Then everything will be fine because the vast majority of people under the age of sixty five. It's amazing to me. How these millennials. I don't wanna get but if you're not gonna get covid indic- your copay. You probably won't even know you had it and you're gonna live. It's just that way. And i'm baffled by it. Seems to me that Young people would want to get covid so that they don't have to deal with it after that once you get. You're not likely to get that straight again like the old chicken pox parties indeed. Now i'm kind of the opinion that you're more likely to see something like this. This vaccine come around annually now. I in fact that that was the plan all along that you're going to have to continue to receive these injections because the government says so well. Let's go to the phones we've got Somebody messing with the phones here freetalklive. I don't know what's going on the aliens man. Yeah do you wanna hear anymore about this article. Well what do you tell me about zero folks well rather than acknowledge to a very public that their approach has been a failure. They're doubling down in an attempt to save the reputations talk about the establishment failures are lockdowns. Do no good fright masks. Apparently do some good but People don't wanna talk about the downsides of masks and the downsides of strapping a dirty rag on face so these people are instead instead of admitting that you know the locked in work in the mask sir marginally if effective at all they're doubling down saying that they haven't gone far enough these measures. There's apparently some diversity of it goes is that you can show that Basically florida and california with world's different in implementation are basically the same as far as You know the the death rate and an infection rate by the way death rate is probably right now below the excess death rate. Which means that you know. There's no danger at all. Let's go the phones real quick. I don't know who it is free. Talk live what's in mind. Hey this is My name is often anyways. Low off topic I know you guys are crypto fans. Just during question. I wanted to know. 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You have all of these american kids from the united states. They speak perfect english and also perfect busk today on travel. With rick steves. Two guides from the region update us on the pleasures of basque country. Ireland has been divided for eons but the power of irish music has a way of bringing people together. Where ever you hail from. He's hartman and mine. And when i got to listen to him. Sing the kark songs. I just love it. I get these goosebumps highlights of basque country and the singing culture of ireland. It's all just ahead on travel. With rick steves. Stand the soul of ireland. You just have to listen to its music coming up on. Today's travel with rick steves. We continue our saint patrick's day celebrations with two irish friends. Who bring a few of the songs that have a special place in their hearts sale due south of ireland. And you'll find plenty to celebrate in the best country of spain and france as one of europe's oldest cultures basque traditions. Reach back into pre christian times straddling national border to help us get better acquainted with how they like to mark the start of spring and basque country. We're joined by a gustin theresa. His family has lived for generations on the bay of biscay in the coastal city of san sebastian and francisco. Gloria comes to us from pump lona the city famous for the running of the bulls. It's on the edge of the basque region in the northeast interior of spain. By the way today's interviews were recorded before the global pandemic closed the international borders augustine and francisco. Thanks for joining us. thank you augustine. Who are the basques. While the bus people are very old tripe they're not to be in the european people pre european pre indo european p pre indo european. What does that mean. This means that a humans were enough rica. They moved to asia and the started moving to europe and the first settlements one of the first cinemas in the basque country area and they say people have been there since they up the region and also their own language and they kept. It is the basque language related to spanish and french. Not at all not has nothing to do with latino or creek. They still know what comes from. What is it related to. While they know they don't really. The irony is the basque people you could say. They're like they were one of the first people there and they didn't get a country when they doled out the borders. It's known to be the oldest language in in europe. Some studies relating this language to those very all languages from the northern scandinavian countries european Bulgarian soi that's not one hundred percents for many times when a little nation doesn't get its own independent nation it's divided between a of countries francisco. Best country is divided of course between france and spain. How would you characterize french. Basque country in spanish basque country. How were they similar. How are they different. All of us country Very strong culture and culturally speaking were more or less the same. The first time. I really realized that i was bosc and it was different. It was here in the united states. I came to the united states to bakersfield california. And there's a big boss community. And i saw that. You have all of these kids from the united states american. They speak perfect english and also perfect. Busk i was like an enormous speaking spanish at all. Okay this is straightness. That's very interesting because if somebody speaks two languages invest country it would be basque and spanish yup but because the busk culture it's a culture and the culture is food lion witch. Is the music everything. So it's the same more or less in the basque country in spain. The same country in france. The same bus country in the united states is a very powerful ethnic. I've heard people say that. The basque culture in the united states has actually contributed more to our klickovic sort of image of remind romantic. Yeah what is the romantic image that we get in. Does it come from california. Does it come from you that in country. We're either fisherman's or we shepherds and when we needed to go away. We only knew how to those things so we went to wherever we have. Cows goats which is bakersfield california. Boise idaho idaho on. The fisherman's the went to miami. So there's a lot of basks in miami yet. Idaho and california california and your family is a family of shepherd yup and your family. They'd be running a fishing company for a long time fishing. So that's that is very strong now when you think about asking struggles. It seems to me the french basque people have been more comfortable being assimilated into french society whereas the spanish basques have been more strong in defending their independent way of raising their children or something. What is your take on that. Well let me let me not agree with that. I'll take good. Good tell me. How did the french basques express their independence than have to say. A government often to the french carry. Offseason spend my free time there on. Also because i'm thinking of travelers to that area and sometimes ago about home and say i think there are more bus them. We're there have a lot of demonstrations they you know in this. Spanish side has been forbidden during the dictatorship and then we had all these violence that divided the society so people were not shy but they were not So it's more dangerous under franco demonstrate in rural you'll get into trouble just by speaking buysc and the french were more free to to be basque. Yes another there was no violence. I mean Eta was leaving the side but mostly in space to the eta. It could be french and spanish but the struggles of the have been more in the spanish side. Because that's where. They had the confrontational government. Yes it is thought. Their dictatorship way of fighting franco okay. This was was a political party and they decided to get the arm start fighting him so we got idiot political party and then eat. He ate the army party. So the eta political ambitions were more permissible in france. No it was just on the spanish Issue is an issue within there. Were in front is that are the would have more freedom to stay. I mean the hobby and a lot of rest during these times the gnarliest years back and now they were leaving. Just imbue read so call All these places very close to spain so that was a safe haven for the alan t. Ta was just crossed the border with the best friends in france it was and then when they wanted to get back into the action that go south of the border and deal. The french government was doing nothing and then they started to collaborate with the spain and that made the difference. Okay the each is famous for its violent actions in the interest of basque independence and basically people want to be able to raise their children speaking their language and have their customs and recently the ats or their tactics of it seems to me fallen out of favor. What is the latest on a basque independence. And the the actions taken to defend basque independence world easiest. Almost over the whole thing. I mean the whole society has changed. Because there's no violence a stronger nationalist fillon now. We don't have to make the terrorists with the nationalism. So you can still work for your national needs but you don't resort to find all of course of now that This no violin surfing that feeling has in chris. I mean more. People are showing off their their bus people because they don't need to be ashamed of the violence of the not a shame. But if you show the ecuadorian the bus flag or you would say are buskens. That of saint spines. You will be considered either a terrorist oratory support before. Yeah now it's more permissible. Yes so you can show your best flag now without being considered a violent. Yes you just. I mean you're busk and there's nothing wrong with that. I'm not gonna back in the old days. But that's part of the whole european union. I d i think is that small nations. Get a place at the table. Yes that's the beautiful thing about the eu on now. That is the situation guides from country. Are our guests right now on travel with rick. Steves houston theresa. Specializes in surfing kayaking. Recreational sports on spain's northern coast. He comes from a long established family basque fishermen in the city of san sebastian or as the scarlet donosti. He's joined by francisco. Gloria in francisco stanley herd sheep for generations in the high country around pump blown. We have links to our guests websites in each week's program details. You'll find that in the radio. Section of rick steves dot com francisco. Has the u been a good thing for for best rights. I think so yes. The european common market is for all of these tiny little countries that irons out of countries. More permissible and we can do. What we we want. But i don't think it's a good thing to separate from the main countries. I don't think we will allow that. No so secession is not really a goal but being true to your culture is the new the new hope unreasonably trend with the u. s. sites here as a tourist coming to best country. It's important that we see it as a cultural region of its own. Yeah you know. It's not spanish basque. If we're going to basque country. What would the top sites if you have a week in basque country francisco. Where would you go. Well first you have to go to stem stem. I san jose heart. Most beautiful city even franco into the patients. For like twenty years. He would even do there. It is extremely beautiful. It's gorgeous and the beach food. You have the top. We'll call them pinchers of their gas famous food and the gorgeous beach the crescent beach So that's since the best ones okay. And then you go. To the new modern city bilbao rebel. Everybody knows it with guggenheim. Bilbao was very strong industrial area. And it's been reinvigorated with this new investment in the google guggenheim was looking for a new place to open another museum in europe besides Venice and bilbo said okay. We're going to pay the the building. No matter how much it costs and they went to bilbao been a good investment for a bilbo. the best it has changed the to great cities. What else do we do well. My i'm of course. Famous the running of the bulls evans for the reign of the bulls years. Pump owner. actually bask or how does that work well that's a tough one. Okay but it is a different region. It's called navarra and nevada. It's very very special. Because from pamplona to the north we have basque culture but from employees to the south. We do not have basque culture so if we talk about a culture. Half of navarre is basque if we talk geographically have nevada. It's completely separated from the country. Okay historically nevada without separated kingdom From pain so but culturally you can save pump pumped. Owner has bask- Yeah flavor okay. So we have pamplona. We have sent sebastian. We have bilbao. We call to the french part. Yeah you can have beautiful john. That's the up in the mountain. Opping bounds off point for the pilgrimage. All the way to santiago is the beginning of the community on go okay and then you have the coast in france where you have gender loose or biarritz beards and then the big city in the french part. My own on and bone has some very nice museum and museum. If you want to start under sunday bus culture. I think the bosnian sammy my own. It's perfect yeah bear. It is the famous resort in. It's very famous for european resort. Gore's i didn't really like barrett's much. And i love sunshine lose. What would you say. Oh biarritz it's beautiful gorgeous. But it's yes that if you wanna see people in the street noise and beauty and dyson john lewis if you're attractive by history where the kings of france got married so the king that big marriage between the french and the spanish king and they get married halfway between the up to lose from madrid saw offers on long. Oh sorry off o. Guston and francisco. Tell us more in a minute. About the best country. In spain and france including their recommendations for the must see sites and the must be food and in just a wee bit will raise a toast to the irish as we get impressions from the rugged aaron islands as we tap into singing culture of ireland. We're at eight seven seven three three three rick. Hey i'm rick steves. You can experience my favorite european people places end stories in my newest book for the love of europe. Order your copy today. At rick steves dot com. We're celebrating the start of spring. Basque style right now on travel with rick steves with an intimate look and what the best country of spain and france offers a distinctive cultural region. Our guides are proud of their best lineage and they come to us from the best country in spain. Gustav theresa lives in the coastal city of san sebastian and francisco. Gloria comes to us from pamplona. Our interview was recorded prior to the global pandemic shutdowns augustine. We've talked about all of these sites in france and spain and we have not talked about Gernika what's the importance of gernika historically for the best people while he got really promoted with the picasso painting the horrible bombing by the bombay in the cbs war. Nine hundred thirty seven. The german italian aeroplanes. Bombay de cd of guernica picasso made gernika. Famous with the wall was really bad. Bumbling right it was on a monday. Monday's weekday for marquette. So wow so. They planned to bomb when everybody was there in the market. That's right the happens day. Picasso was really an inspired to be involved because of the humanity of that. I think yes at that time Because i was getting ready for the expo parties he Got the information on in three months painted the decoding now. Also after remember grenada was was not just any town. It's very important town to the best people even before world war two. What is the importance to the best people of gernika. V oaktree the oak tree the old oak tree the tree. Us is the symbol of the bus people. Since the eleventh century the governor of the area have been gathering around the oak tree to sit ups way way back or foundations of the people they would gather together in their leaders from different clans would come together under the oaktree gernika. Yeah that must be like a pilgrimage. If you're basketball. Oh yes some must if you wanna go deeper into the history of the community. The best people are things must've bernie and it's quite easy to visit these cities close together all within an hour of each other. Amock cbs's traveled. Rick steves. we're talking about best country and we're joined by two friends who are guides in basque country. Cerita and francisco. Gloria our phone. Number's eight seven seven. Three three three seven four to five and linz on the line in olympia washington island. Thanks for your call. Oh you're welcome. Hi rick hi. My family and i are going to be touring the basque country spain and france. And you've mentioned some generalities about places and sites that we should see but can you give any specifics about say son sebastian. Or some of those other areas. What museums and sites should we not miss. Okay well that's a good question. We should ask augustine. Because you live in san sebastian. Is what one site. Must we see in san. Sebastian were You have two months up top of those montage of lucado over the city you can take the funicular to the top of the mountain and enjoy the views or you if you wanna stretch your legs and not take a stroll up to the other month in. You can go through the castle into the museum of the city. If you have a nice day you have the chance to get to. They're on a nice day. You'll enjoy very much. They've used of the city and the little monty surrounded the city. You know augustine for me. Send sebastian more than any other places a place where you eat your sightseeing in the tapas bars. And if you were going to take me to one. Tapas bar and feed me one special dish. Where would it be. And what would it be. Well there are plenty of them. The altan is full of copper sparse. And the you can fine pin. Chose we call them. Just in in baskets pinch oh. Yeah but what's one issue. What was your favorite because any. Yeah the before gras grilled fog rob. Yeah and what bar would you have it in. Well the plenty of them. You got gun. Darius i mean that's very popular and have the sun teramo which is very failing calma Does that help you. Absolutely i was going to. The next question was. How do i eat my wages about country which i understand some of the best cuisine in europe. Oh it's incredible. And in san sebastian. It's just like drop in with an appetite and there's plenty of friendly people to help you out. Good luck. Thanks for your call. You're welcome. James is on the line in palm desert california james. Thanks for your call. thank you very much. My wife and i are planning a trip to terrorists in provence. And what i was looking to do is possibly add a two three day side trip over to the basket. Area for Provence one was best way to get there and to a short visit. Where best to go so first of all augustine. If you were in marseilles or avenue on in southern france would you get two cents sebastian. Would you fly or take the train. You can take the trae but it would be better to fly if you come fly to be a richer. Put them will be the best choice. Remember near if there's a lot of discount airlines and there's in so many cases you can fly cheaper than you can take. the train. Puppy tried to find a flight to bear. Its and then. You're within an hour of all these places we're talking about. Are you James are you thinking mostly of french or spanish best country or or representative sampling of both. It's more really a representative sampling right. I'd say bay on to start. That's the big historic capital of the french part of basque country. And then if you if you have a night in a charming little town in france it would be sunday lose for me and then you gotta go down to san sebastian. Use that as a headquarters. And if you have the energy see the guggenheim museum in bilbao and make the historic pilgrimage to guernica. That will be good option. That sounds good to go. Yeah you need. You need to cut your southern france. Time a little shorter it's been ordering houston of short. I mean there's not a long distance drive from place to the that's right. Good luck james. All right thank you very much. You bet you francisco. Gloria from pump loner and a gustin. Teresa from san sebastian. Our guides to basque country right now on travel with rick steves reminder that today's interviews were recorded prior to the pandemic and its closures. Tell us about your own. Basque country experiences are emails. Radio and rick steves dot com and kent on the line in tulsa oklahoma. Ken thanks for your call rick. Last last march we were in spain and we actually laid an effort to specifically see basque country and use pamplona as a base and our trip one day was going to be from. Barich to san sebastian. And the proprietor of our hotel recommended that we visit onto rebiya which is right between two towns and that was his hometown so we stopped in libya and it was just a beautiful little cobblestone street line town and what we were through the streets. We heard a loud noise and notice that parade coming through town and it was a group of men and women in what appeared to be dunce caps. They were bright green and bright red. They had sheepskin skirts around the middle of their bodies and a large bells to their tax funding. Do they force these people that and and in the middle of the group was a gentleman dressed very much as a shepherd. I'm was listening to a moment ago about but the family of shepherd there and this is a question for francisco the separate man. This shepper man. These guys what they do with the bus country will have a lot of mythology and everything is related with nature. And these guys bales. Making a lot of noise is very very very strengthened. My kids they fear them what they do. Is they wake up nature. They're telling nature wakeup girl. It's time to start working. So that is their job. They have to wake up nature. That is what it means and what time of year at the nfl. At the end of fall you mean at the end of winter illusory i. It's springtime everything waking up at the greenery is gonna come in fact normally in the world. We celebrate the new year january the first but why is to celebrate their. There's nothing you go. From winter to winter two second nothing to be celebrated the bus country. We celebrate winter at the end of the winter. So when life. Chris paul eastern time yes. It's a moment to celebrate something. And what is the name of these guys again. L. the hail do nex while there. You go thank you. It was very interesting and very loud. Found grab your children and hold type. The the guys who are waking up mother nature are coming down the street. Thanks for your call. Thank you thank you so we have that one opportunity to see these crazy guys waking up nature. Let's just finish our little discussion here with with one image that that really Helps you connect with best country or francisco. What would it be for you for me. It would be anything related with a nature nature. It's our passion and you can go anywhere and undersea. In fact best people are famous mariners. In the old times columbus age a lot bass famous bestsellers and up in the mountains with all those shepherds that ended up in idaho and california and augustine. How would you think we can really understand. Best culture can understand the best quarter with fishing sizing. You mentioned the. I'm coming from fishing family. We've been famous for making good boats. There were bus Steelers joining the columbus expedition to the to america is known the best people how to radio rafferty north of america before them and They were famous for well. Hunting hunting to yeah. This ricker of bus people selling in market in south of france on the seventh century. will products a tough people. Yeah and even if you're not going to get out on a boat with some best people you can go to your town. Send sebastian and eat the casper. Sure to finish things off. How would you say Thank you and bon voyage. Happy travel you would say. Scotty gus go on the i would say missy one or thank you very much and happy travels. Thank you sale north across the atlantic basque country. And you're next up might be in ireland at county cork keep going up the west coast of ireland and you might find yourself on the same ferry that several mccormack took on recent visit to the weather worn erin islands. I mean village corona and this is our cafeteria new york where we have a one and only supermarket post office bank. That's about it and the island is nine miles by three miles and the population is two thousand people and summertime right down to eight hundred. I'm on a tour bus on the island of inishmore the largest of the aaron islands. These are three rocky. islands off. ireland's rough west coast. it's just an hour long ferry ride to the bustling city of galway. But it's a world away financial district blink and you miss it back only open one day. We can wonder time depends on the weather and opened. My guide for the day is diana young. Who grew up here. She's a short compact woman with long dark hair. A no nonsense demeanor and she's funny that we have three churches a lot of spirits going on outside the tiny town. We drive through a rough and beautifully desolate. Landscape treeless greenfield's dotted with sheep and crisscrossed with crumbly stonewalls in every direction ocean waves crash on the rocky shoreline in the middle ages. This was home to some of ireland's most famous saints who lived here in isolated monastic communities when oliver cromwell conquered ireland in the seventeenth century. Some very tough. Catholics fled to this harsh place and managed to scrape out a life. The men fished in the atlantic. In small wooden boats called couric's there was no farmland so they manufacture their own soil by mixing seaweed and limestone sand and they lived in almost complete isolation from the mainland up to the late twentieth century. Many older people here couldn't speak a word of english. Irish gaelic is still the official language of government and education. Electricity and plumbing didn't arrive here until the nineteen seventies resolved. We're briefly stopping here at some traditional patch cottages. We drive past the foundations of a building. The crumbled remains of the walls showed the layout of home. So you can visualize with hit the patch. That's your living area at the huge fireplace. A few decades ago tourism started bringing some money to the island since then. The islanders have abandoned these quaint cottages with their whitewashed stone walls that sh- roofs and adorable red doors. Diana said it was impossible to keep the damn out of them. They're all the same plan. All these cottages basically two rooms one for the living area and also would for sleeping. there could be ten. There could be seventeen your family. You still went in the same room huge fireplace and a hole in the ground as a toilet outhouse. You grew up in a house like that i did. How many brothers and sisters there was five k. Including my mom. My dad my grandfather did know any difference that i wasn't brought opened mansion because everybody is around me was also in attached cottage. Diana seems awfully young for her childhood to be a tourist attraction like most of the island's residents she now lives in a more modern and comfortable concrete home until the tourists came. Every man on the island had the same job catching fish. There isn't a family that hasn't been affected some way or another fight drowning pank witness. The younger generation are focusing towards education. Now because before the boys Would leave at fifteen. I would go fishing on majority. Them wouldn't even reached eighteen in the nineteen thirties. American filmmaker robert flaherty visited here and was intrigued by the dramatic landscapes and the harsh life of the people. He made a documentary about life on the island which brought inishmore to the world's attention. Islanders perform their own lives for the camera. They show the movie daily in town for tourists. A mother and her young son stand atop a high cliff looking intently out to see the ocean. Pummeling the rocks below out in the surf tossed a miniature toy. Vote three men pull on wars that looked like toothpicks. The woman's screams to her husband helplessly beckoning him in to shore safety. Apparently the movie was staged but those ocean waves are very real father and grandfather fishermen. Yeah and my great-grandfather diets. He was thrown in there. They diana drops us off at the island's biggest attraction dun angus one of ireland's oldest archaeological sites. It's an iron age fort with concentric walls thirteen feet thick and ten feet high. It's a thirty minute. Climb up a rocky path to the fort which is perched at the top of a sheer cliff overlooking the ocean you can barely hear the waves crashing on the rocks three hundred feet below and there's no fence to keep you safe. Tourists like me crawl out to the edge on hands and knees to line or stomachs and peer down at the expanse of ocean below. It's an edge of the world kind of place at the visitor center below the fort. There's a woman shop selling the traditional sweaters. The island is famous for a woman who might be in her sixties or seventies is trying to help german woman. Find the right hat. Don't wear it like that. She tells me that all the sweaters handmade by island women who all know how to knit. I make the mistake of asking if any of the island men that god forbid if any of my older generation seen at man we're fair knitting needles. And they they'd have a hard to take the. We wouldn't have teenagers with on shovel. She puts definitely not really back on the bus. Diana seems more open to the changes here and we have a mixed every nationality. No on the island which is great. Because you don't have to marry your second cousin anymore. Believe they had no choice. We under tour in a pub for some delicious salmon chowder and a pint of stout. An elderly man at the bar tries without much luck to teach me how to complain about the bad weather in irish gaelic. That woods. this bag good. I think any more or less. Hey hey. I'm shit that i ask him if he is a fisherman removed from the island of inishmore ten miles off the coast of ireland's county. Galway this is sarah mccormack for travel. With rick steves. You'll share a toast to the singing culture of the irish from north to south. That's up next on travel with rick steves. No matter where you traveled in ireland. you'll find music's an important part of the scene. The deeper immerse yourself in the musical culture of the irish the more you'll learn about irish history and legends even while you're having a rousing good time to help us tap into the singing culture of the irish we've imported two of the best spokesman. I can think of to demonstrate how the irish can make lyric and the tune an important part of their identity. Liam o'riordon's tenor comes from a musical family and specializes in traditional ballots of ireland. You can often finally am singing in the pugs county. Cork is part of a duo. Called trad routes and stephen mcphillips a tour guide. Who runs a youth hostel. In derry in morgan iro stephen and liam thanks for joining us here. Liam why is music such a big deal in ireland as opposed to almost any other country i can think about. I think for what it's worth history was passed on to songs of the stories were passed on and that tradition musician music. That was holiday. Kept the history life for solo because we were suppressed for so many years And we kept a musical life by putting it into solve so you passing under tradition. You couldn't print Honest irish oriented material under centuries of british rule. Exactly but you can sure sing around the kitchen table and the fact that we were able to sing in our own native tones will in other words the british. Yeah so a lot of these routes are gaelic rather than english yes. None of the songs have been translated to english by people. Because unfortunately you're language is doing now so that carries on an english has roots in gaelic at a campfire with a bunch of friends and we had a guitar player and we could sing songs. I could probably seeing fifteen or twenty songs Maybe thirty how many songs do you think you could sing around the campfire. I would say i'd be there for a week. Take how many times. I would say maybe maybe thousand a thousand. Maybe you were. You were interviewed by some german journalist and there was there was a german girl. Actually she came to her and through a thesis. Her college thesis irish music. And she attended my gigs for a number of weeks and before she left she showed me. I didn't believe that she showed me eight hundred different songs that i had sold eight hundred songs that that you had some you know. Some people can memorize the koran or some people can do this or that which is astounding amount of memory and you were raised in a musical family. Yes just produce. It and your father was a singer. Also he's still thinks still things usa in my opinion he's wanted to voices i've ever heard but maybe i'm a little boys put but it must have been spared you as of course and you know i went to hear him sing into from venues from her young age and my dad was a piano player and when i was a little kid my goal was to learn his favorite song and the piano right. What was your dad's favorite thing. What does favorite songs is happens to be at the moment. One of my favorite songs. It's an old song patrick kavanagh. Dublin might do it. verse You oh i saw oo. I am darker we he snare nj ru solo round. I passed the cia. Let you saw Now why would that be your dad's song it's it's a song about a lady from dingle. After was watching from the window on any sort is lady walked on stony Unrecognized beauty in over the beauty of the wrote the song. Stephen myself have a friend who has a music store in bingol and he actually gave me the ladies named last time. We spoke but i forgot it. Imagine now that is amazing. So your dad's favorite song is about. You know exactly what street it was about and actually what woman it's about your dad knows probably thousands also. Let's more. I'm rick steves. This has traveled receives talking about traditional folk music. I'm joined by liam overburden from county cork and stephen philomene from the north of ireland. Stephen when you travel around ireland and your tour guide. You travel a lot. Almost any town you come into has a song about it. Every river has a song about it. What's that like traveling around your country. And all these places cadre favorite songs. Brennan when i first overly seven or ten years ago. He's a car. C'mon i'm an amman. And when i go to listen to him sing the songs i just love it. I get goosebumps and you know what i saying. The car song they stoned. Okay i mean. I could never have the same passion for car song that liam would have. What is it about a cork song sung by a corkman. That gives you goosebumps this the passion for the region. You know we all have songs about ireland that we love but isn't it. Great that within irelander thirty two counties so there's thirty two little nations within a nation. I just think that's brilliant. Just now you'll be able to keep that reasonable identity strong and at the same time when liam comes up to visit me in dairy. Because we've become very good friends and he comes up to visit me in the north and i'll sing dairy songs and he'd listens to austin gary songs or donegal songs and he could just see that he loves and has respect for singing songs and i bring him into my local pub in the middle of dairy into padro donald's traditional barn in. It's like bringing britney spears and or something it's just superstar has a right from a dark from a different Corner of your from komo's from the the better terrorism musician from cork in ulster. Yeah come on down to this pub. And he's bringing his songs up from the south. We know all the words of all these songs you know. We know all the words of the cork songs and he knows. All the words of the northern songs put for us to have a real life man. Come up to the north and saying it's brennan done right a cork song deng right. You're hearing your friends thing at the exact don with the accident and knowing that those words mean something to him because he grew up there okay. Let's liam just came to your town your favorite pub up in the opposite side of the island in the far north. And here's liam there. He's a corkman. You love cork music. But you're tired of hearing it by all men s come to sing one of your favorite songs and see if he can do right off the top of his head blown goosebumps. You could see the smile exactly. He knows exactly the song. I'm going to ask him to sing is an area and cork city called fair hill. Liam's from that area and it's it's a good old st ballot but young boys growing up in cork so it's called the boys of for hill and he's sick and tired probably me request. That's what i'll i'll ask for talks and just very distinctive this. Yeah you know they also say that you'd never have to ask a corkman where he comes from because he'll tell you i very proud very proud gives us the ball. So here's this come. Mumbai you'll see lads and lessees fully glee famous was for all they will make your heart through the boys. They will not hire him. You the guaranteed. Stan won't charm you. Here's a small said. The buys of fair hill. If you come to cork he'll get a sheen murphy stowed and peaks groupings famous for all they will make your heart thrill thousands cross from over the phone just to kiss the blarney stone that can be viewed from the grooves of fair hill. An in kark city there is no law. The next lord marazion de gar. Here's a set of eyes of fair hill and blarney. Girls are very rude. They go swimming in the nude. Here's up all set. The buys of fair hill. This song goes on for fifteen minutes. We'll leave with that. That is a delight to have within your culture all those fine points that the average tourist would be oblivious to just so within ireland. It just i can see it just turns you both on but there's a connection there you see. I've brought probably a hundred groups over the years to listen to liam donald and conceal when he's playing and when are groups are visitors here liam sing a song and they know what to song from the south because he's introduced it as a car song and suddenly they know me as their tour guide from the north and i joined in the chorus and the barman from somewhere else joins in the chorus and we all just the whole bar. Robson the chorus. There's something very attractive. And that. And i can almost a magic thursday. I've had that magic and search for it as a tourist. Because i'm pretty clueless about all the fine points of irish music but i know when you get that magic. I don't care if you're Carry manar corkman are from ulster. Or if you're from seattle or florida or whatever if you're there you feel that magic. There's there's something combusting that i just and i don't feel it every time i mean you got you. Go looking for it and it's like fishing sometimes. You really come through. Sometimes you will find it as you want. It's always saint patrick's day when the irish are with. This traveled. rick steves. Stephen villa was raised in derry. Northern ireland and he now operates. The middletown guesthouse dingell and a hotel at low to burden in the swiss alps. Nemo reirden's from a musical family in county cork and his cds include sticking out a mile from blarney. There's another song called. johnny jump up with. John was a sailor that was brewed whisky. Casks cork right and it was awful. Steve actually he teaches the song to the people on the tour. Now this is danni goldman teaching a car song to a bunch of Tourists from the america when they get to the pope. It's the first thing they asked me to sing. And i pretend. I don't know it. You know but then it's so much fun just the chorus okay. Oh never never never again. If i leave two hundred or a hundred and ten to the ground. And i couldn't get up out the drink in core of that johnny jump up. We even got my background. You know with the songs is that i grew up on a host where it wasn't very musical so i didn't have the blessing liam had my parents. Don't play any instruments and right didn't really listen to the songs much. When i was growing up. I found an lp founded an industrial collection of stuff a duster dinan. It said twenty best irish rebel songs and patriotic ballads and it was like opening a pandora's box and it was something that my mother had said to me on all we shouldn't we shouldn't be listening to those patriotic song because we lived up in the north where there was violence on the fringes and always dirge feelings. I remember listening to it with the earphones on and it was just like a rebirth for me. I was probably about twelve. And i just said to myself. This is the future. So i sat down and learn practically every irish rebel song that was ever written in. My repertoire is probably four to five hundred songs and when we were going off to football games you know big football games would all go off in a big flotilla of coaches and mortar buses. And i'd always sit in the backseat. That'd be invited during the backseat with all the big toe flags and i think it's the main reason i never got bullied as a teenager because i always knew the versus every song everybody knows the chorus but not everybody knows all the verses and that was my strength grownup was the big boys. Always said break macfayden. He knows the versus anybody who knows the verse. They're important part of the little minstrel boy. Being brought down the actor thing all diverse. You know i was looking through a whole list of all different irish ballads and so on and there's so many different topics. Basically you got seventeen eight rebellion. You've got the war of independence. He got immigration. You've got drinking. You got funny songs. And i know you like rebel songs. What's it what's a good rebel song. Well like the older ones from the one thousand nine sixteen period. I like the foggy do which talks about one thousand nine hundred sixteen. This is the war of independence kind of area even before that we had a big rebellion in one thousand nine sixteen because it was a military disaster and the fact that we can write songs about defeats and make them still sign honorable. And they're very respectable. Songs are respectful on this. It respects our patriotism and pays homage to like There's a line in the in the song. The foggy ju it talks about them and from the plains of royal me because we have kind called me and from the plains of royal me. Strong man came hurrying through while brittan hung's with their long range guns sailed through the foggy. Do pretentious huns. He adds no sticks the knife and a little bit put dot talks these young strong strapping irish cheering. I mean even if they lost. I feel like their heroes. Yeah do that again. That of course it was so cool. I'm from the plains of royal me strongmen to while huns with their long range guns sale into the do whether those young men did march in or not. It doesn't matter just sounds great. It's propaganda but it's good and it's good to celebrate your patriotism three music now. If i was your british overlord i wouldn't want singing that song. Not back then. But i have brought thousands of british tourists around ireland. And they'd have the rebel songs as well all the british people and they were slated. It's when we get anguish tours to earn car particularly where he play the alaska to sing some songs is that right the british yes and sometimes i tried to explain. You know. i don't want to offend. Anybody and i prefer to sing songs. Peace now But you see. There's genre of rebel songs. That i've been written in the say thirty or forty years which are pretty hard line and repair more so to the recent conflict in the north. There's one called go on home british soldiers and it's pretty hard light. I remember being in navarra one team in the temple bar dublin and the republic of ireland had played a soccer match that night and about fifty young ads come in after the game and started singing. That navarro had heretofore been full of happy english tourists and the song goza go on home. British soldiers go on home. That's here we we don't do i want to do but i'm just giving you an example of the song condoning it and just say. This song cleared the bar. All the english tourist got help them got up and walked out. That's honest about it. There is an element of more contemporary rebel. Shows that you have to be very careful where you're seeing them and a lot of people would refuse to sing them. But i'm just giving you an example and because the song if you want an example of it here it is go on home. Pretty soldiers go on home. Have you got no beep beep home of your own for eight hundred years. We fought you without fear. We'll fight you for eight hundred more. So that'll sort of i wouldn't be. I would be a little uncomfortable. You've got immigration songs. You've got love songs. Are you suggest. The street subjects Usually it's a drink immigration and loaf drink immigration and love. but it certainly doesn't happen in order. Sometimes you get drunk then you get lookie and then you better emigrant tell me you're sitting in bars a lot taking requests. What's the most dreaded request that you don't wanna hear but does the wild rover the wild rover. Yes why don't you like that because I sometimes have to sing three or four times a night and it just gets into my feelings. It's worse than being accident. What about danny boy. Danny boy i love you get tired of it. You don't get tired of it because it's the test for for a singer to sing it. I think i'm not saying. I do a perfect job. And scott a huge range from very low to very high and I just loved the song. But i love to hear people sing it in context which actually played originally danny boy was called. A derriere puts steve talking earlier. Denny boy was the dairy air. Diminish the dairy dairy the arkansas when northern ireland go to the commonwealth games. That's the anthony believe it or not. Well i thought you'd get tired of it but if you're not tired of it let's finish our interview with liam reirden from county cork singing a song from dairy danny boy donnie. He saw the pie the pie circling glenn to come and mountains summers. Oh the flyers are die. It's who you must school. And he must pa both car you. I cohen summers. In to ali's hushed annoyed with new he and sunshine to knee. Johnny bull la of you. So oh sir. Nice the morton. Stephen felony. Thank you so much thanks. Thanks travel with rick. Steves is produced. Add ricky's europe and edmonds washington by tim. Tatton with casimiro hall and donna bardsley. We get websites support from american nicole. 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That's the latest weather. Check out more news and weather on our website to talk. Land newsfeed dot com listener supported w in y. c. studios it's freakonomics radio. The show that explores the hidden side of everything. Here's your host. Stephen dubner today on freakonomics radio the new york times columnist charles blow has written a manifesto that he calls a rescue plan for black americans. One night i say okay. Let me just write this down. How deja is his proposal everybody's jaws on the floor to me is completely logical is planned viable what i'm saying is that this is a revolutionary act. Revolutionary acts are never without resistance than ever without risk and. Is it already happening. It has changed the whole dynamic of a rescue plan for black america. That's coming up on freakonomics radio right after this hours news so charles. You have said that you didn't want to raise a quote race book. Yes i assume that you would however consider this book race book. Well the race books. That i knew were of specific genre right. So there was the race's history. I cannot right every history book. I am out historian even the historical portion this book. I was pulling my hair out. They can maybe. I was getting something wrong and calling every historian. I know making sure that i was missing something so i couldn't write that. And then there were the synthesis of our racism and its deleterious effects books. And i certainly didn't want to write one of those and that's primarily where my dislike of the john camera comes from which is that. I never really felt that those books were ever written for black people. They were always explaining something that already knew to someone else. I assumed it was all too white. People and i wasn't interested in that. So who is this book written for black people. How do you feel about white people reading it. I love you read it. it's wonderful. it's no longer. Jane austen was writing to me. But i can read those books and that could be wonderful to me. But i wasn't the audience for those books so we can really things where we are not the target audience and still appreciate that. It was written in the content of it. Welcome to the latest installment of the freakonomics radio book club in which we interview an author and hear excerpts from the book. Today's author is charles m. blow an op. Ed columnist at new york times and his new book is a manifesto says so. They're in the subtitle. It's called the devil. You know a black power manifesto. Here's a short passage. Black people fled the horrors of the racist south for so called liberal cities in the north and west trading the devil. They knew for the devil. They didn't only to come to the painful realization that the devil is the devil as julian bond once put it america after all unscrambled spells. I am race. We tend to think of manifestos as relics of the past the communist manifesto marx and engels vindication of the rights of woman by mary wollstonecraft. Common sense by thomas paine. You don't expect to come across one in twenty twenty one. At least i didn't. But i would argue that. Anyone who reads charles blows book will be changed by and moved though in which directions it's hard to say. The devil you know is both deeply personal and unashamedly political. It is calmly descriptive. One moment and fiercely prescriptive the next it. Channels the arguments and the disappointments of malcolm x. james baldwin and charles blow himself. It is a slender book. Built around a large idea. It occurred to me that i have been thinking too small all my life about my approach to being in the world and conceive my role in it a had to remember that a big idea could change the course of history and i was uniquely positioned as a writer that only to express such an idea but also to push it out into the world. The idea grew out of blows reckoning that white supremacy is an enduring feature of america and some people except as progress. Really isn't i simply cannot accept the progress argument because the progress arm is premised on this. You should be happy with and applaud the fact that i am inching my way out of oppressing you and he's only taken for two years so far and soon maybe another hundred years so we may be finished. Mike growth may be complete. I may come onto my cocoon a butterfly. That's crazy i was born into. It is very likely. I will die with these bodycam videos of black people being killed because nothing about that. Architectures changed my liberation cannot be continued on your evolution. I can't wait for you to grow. It is such a passive position for me to have to take. And i won't take it. Blow argues that too. Many black americans have been abused for too long in too many ways and that too many white americans pay nothing but lip service to antiracism. He writes that the black lives matter protests last summer were a social justice coachella for those deprived by the pandemic of rites of passage parties. Proms he also argues it too. Many black americans have been blinded by personal ambition or co opted by democratic party. That cares about them. Only during elections he finds the status quo grotesque and not worth preserving one night. I said okay. Let me is register. And i wrote for like five days. Twenty five thousand words of a book proposal a rambling messy full of grammatical errors thing. The proposal became a book and the book contains a plan. I realized that. I'm proposing nothing. Short of the most audacious power play by black america in the history of the country. A charles blow was born fifty years ago and grew up in the tiny town of gibbs island louisiana. It was situated on the site of a plantation once owned by dr jasper gibbs having grown up poor to know that your ancestors were not necessarily for bits a strays blues. First book is a memoir called fire. Shut up in my bones. It was published in two thousand fourteen. It didn't on me until i was reading. This book that the entire genealogy of my family all free black men as far back as i can trace it the great great great great grandfather in alabama. He's one who said to have saved up money and bought his own freedom. Low remember once. Seeing an old family photograph a cousin of a later generation. I flipped it over and the date. The picture was taken was on the back. It was in the middle of the great depression and then the price of the frame which was extraordinarily high. And then i started like google inflation adjustments and what black men in the middle of the great depression. That has the money to spend on this ridiculous because the free charles was the youngest of five sons. His mother worked in poultry processing factory before going back to school and becoming a home economics teacher. His father wasn't in the picture he was as blow writes a construction worker by trade. A pool shark my habit and a serial philanderer by compulsion. Charles was a good student on a field trip to the state capital during high school. He thought he might like to become governor of louisiana one day. They took us to the governor's mansion and gover edwards struts into the receiving room. And i was like. Oh my gosh guy so cool. He was running against david duke at one point. He says the only thing david duke have in common is. We're both good under the sheets. Now i want to be this guy. He stayed in louisiana for college attending grambling state. A well known. Hpc you were historically black college or university. He wound up studying communications even early on. He had his doubts. We had a career day and one of the women who came clearly was unhappy with her work. You know john. Lewis starring only make and i think she said something like sixty thousand dollars a year. It was really. And i remember like excusing myself from the seminar and going back and literally throwing 'cause i i cannot have gone to college and before i can't do it so then i just made up in my mind. I said i'm just going to be the best at this. And hopefully the money will come later. And i'll be comfortable on that dimension. He has succeeded. Interned at the shreveport times louisiana and then moved north a couple of years at the detroit news and then to the new york times where for years he was part of the team that produces maps and charts and diagrams. He left briefly to do similar work at national geographic and return to the new york times in two thousand eight as an opinion columnist. He has become a star attraction especially in recent years as his focus on race and racism has intersected with a broader interest in these topics but this success came at a cost as he writes in the devil. You know i always felt safe in my majority black hometown and majority black college town. I never understood how much of a gift that was. Until i ventured north and that sense of safety was replaced by stocking sense of dread lows move to the north was an echo of what has come to be called the great migration from roughly nineteen fifteen until around nineteen seventy. Some six million. Black southerners moved to destination. Cities like detroit chicago new york and philadelphia. They were fleeing jim. Crow laws and searching for better work in the beginning especially a majority of the migrants were single men. This left behind the south. That was missing many of its men. I was born in nineteen seventy in louisiana at the end of the great migration into a world shaped by vacancy. My tiny hometown of gibson lost a full quarter of its population between the nineteen ten and nineteen twenty sentences during the first wave of the great migration. By the time i was born. There were clearly more women than men and the most recent census estimates remain three women to every two men in town so the original sin here is obviously slavery but from about how significant long-term was the fact that freed. Slaves weren't giving land that they'd been promised they weren't given access to care and education. It seems like that's what ultimately led to the circumstances that made migration to the northern city. So appealing yeah well. There are a lot of impediments at the end of the civil war in an years after a quarter of all black people in america get seriously ill or died. What health care if i sexually had collapsed with civil war. Some of the bigger plantations way of protecting property with treat didn't slay people for certain illnesses. They're displaced from all that and the federal government saying to the states. You have to take care of these people in the state and federal government. What are you talking about. We have good white boys. Coming back limping. We had to get them into the hospital and so no one stepped in their free into starvation. Enemy territory. You don't own anything. Where are you gonna go but somehow even in the midst of all that these pockets of survival in prosperity even papa. We're black just say no one's gonna help us. We just have to do it ourselves. And they create economies and communities. Part of the human spirit is that it wants to work. It wants to create something it wants to be remembered it wants prosperity and so it will created out of nothing. We should all be sharing that story but that is not the way it happened and in fact all of those communities one by one get burned to the ground or dismantling some of the way because it was a threat to the purpose. How dare you succeed with all of this against the destination cities up north meanwhile beckoned with higher paying work and a supposedly enlightened view on race. It was easy for why people that are north. Look down their noses at white people in south so you behaving boorishly this imporant. But when black people showed up in real numbers in north and mid west they had to put money where the mouth was and they ended up using minute of very same tactics. The south of us housing segregated educational segregation massive police oppression as blow season. Those tactics have created twenty-first-century. That's less different from the twentieth. Than we'd like to think for one hundred and fifty years black americans have been hoping and waiting we have marched and resisted many of our most prominent leaders have appeased and kowtowed. We have seen our hard earned gains eroded by any evolving refining white supremacy. While at the same time we are told that true and full equality is in the offing but there is no more guarantee of that today than there was a century ago rate. We like to masculine is white supremacy when in fact it is just as likely to be spritz by perfume. White women have known from the beginning in this country that they possess the power to activate white supremacy in spirit to extreme violence. The activation of white terror is a white woman's soft power when you write in these categories is always with the unspoken. Not all people not all black people but in the advocate. This is true of all slave owners of white women. They made a market for black women with breast milk. Women media of them were treated literally like cows and in fact many of those women's own children with without proper nutrition because all them it was being used if you look at many of most of the seminal moments around tremendous white terror in this country it was about or the least white men couched it as a defense of wife amenity emmett till killed which is like the big bang of the civil rights movement because he's suspected of talking slick to some white woman who later in life says he didn't do any of that now you see the same thing popping up with these cell phone videos of largely women. Same eight on a call. The police on people knowing full well that the police are the muscles. Moderates in the north and west plead their desire to be better allies but they refuse to recognize that the system uses their very presence as a weapon employing brutal police tactics in the name of keeping them safe promoting hyper segregation and imbalance in the name of keeping them comfortable. They want to do something but relinquish nothing. It's all an enormous pageant. Afo property in eighty dollar yoga pants holding eight dollar latsis. They award themselves. Laurels for doing the least bit of labor to lessen the pain of an affliction rather than curate. They focused on mitigating the impact of white supremacy rather than a radical it and in its worst form this misdirected milk nursing a nanny tries to fix people. Black people with whom there is nothing wrong. Other than being trapped in wastelands of despair starved of access opportunity and resources among the wealthy who are thus incline. They give a little and expect to be praised a lot. Before the great migration the vast majority of black americans perhaps ninety percent lived in the south by one thousand nine hundred seventy that number had fallen to roughly fifty percent. The standard argument holds that this migration was unbalance worthwhile. Charles blows argument is that the experiment has failed. Black people move north and west. During the great migration as the result of a combination of push and pull the push was the racial terror and racial oppression of the jim crow south the pull was the hope of a better life economic social and political. I say the same sense of terror and oppression that push people out of the south has been reincarnated in the north and west. Hyper militaristic policing predatory incarceration and the rebirth of a hate. Group movement are rendering destination cities unwelcoming inhospitable and in some cases uninhabitable. And this is where we get to. Charles blows thesis what he calls a grand generational undertaking a rescue mission for black america. This book is my big idea. Black people in america should reverse the great migration a return to the states where they had been at or near the majority after the civil war and to the states were they currently constitute large percentages of the population in effect. Black people could colonize and control the states. They would have controlled if they had not fled them. When you first started voicing this idea to people you knew what was their response before you've written the book everybody's saw is on the floor. And i'm like i'm not fully appreciating that they think this is such a radical thing because to me. It's completely logical with important to me. That i wasn't centering whiteness in the narrative of this book i was literally talking to a young twenty. Something black person has committed to a job still not married just trying to get their toe in the world still free enough to be anywhere in the country who might be considering where they wanna call home and how targeted the reverse migration to be in other words. I could see that if you really want to optimize political power you would wanna be standing there with like flag clipboard. Yeah no. i'm not going to go clipboard. But i did. Single out specific that i think should be considered and a stretch from louisiana up to delaware. So it's not some of those appalachian state's not tennessee or kentucky west. Virginia it is also not florida and not texas. My reverse migration argument targets only nine of the state that are included in the census count louisiana mississippi alabama georgia south carolina north carolina virginia maryland and delaware specifically i suggest gravitating to the major cities arranged like jewels on a chain which dot the interstate. Twenty interstate ninety five corridor from shreveport louisiana to wilmington delaware. Explain why state power is the optimal forced together versus federal per se. Well federal is great. There's a reason that we're called. The united states of america half of the power in the country is reserved for the states to exercise independent of the federal government in fact the constitution specifically says any power not specifically delegated to the federal government is reserved for the states. So even if they didn't think of it in the constitution if they didn't give it to the federal government is belong to the states and so the states have real sometimes disproportionate power over many of the things that black people are. Most concerned about. Mass incarceration is by and large a state and local issue. Most of the criminal code is developed on the state level edit is executed on the local level. You can take that onto health policy educational policy in addition there already. Twelve hundred majority black cities in america ninety percent of their in the south but there are no cities in the constitution. The state can preempt anything to he wants to do so. You're not truly free. Even if you live in an atlanta or new orleans where you have majority of population because they can say yeah. You're free up until say you're not. Let's say that all the black people in the us who don't live in the south or even fifty percent of them were to move to the target states and cities that you propose. I'm curious how much political leverage that would actually produce an whether federal leverage may be. Isn't the point. My argument is gaining state. Power would increase both federal and state power. This is strategically arrayed like just the right amount in particular states that have moving back. You could control a whole band of states in the south. The six maybe seven. Now that gives you control of up to fourteen senate seats. That's federal power. Can you talk about what you see. Is the strongest antecedents for a movement like this whether it's the republic of new afrika in the nineteen sixties whether it's the back to africa movement. But some were black nationalist proposals meaning. They wanted to break away another separate country within the country. That is not what i'm opposing. I am proposing that you consolidate power within the country. Actually the strongest not likeable white people moving in mass to vermont specifically for the purpose of consolidating liberal power and changing state from more conservative or more liberal and it worked but i modeled my advocacy around the black journalists to advocate for the great migration. I list there is a long history of black people using the press. Clarion call to reach out to black people. And i'm trying to be part of that legacy coming up after the break. How likely is it. That charles blows plan can become a reality. They will be disappointed. Me to say oh. I've worked it all out down to the last period and have your flights and your bus tickets. We'll be right back with charles blow and the devil you know freakonomics. Radio is supported by hint water with a touch of true fruit flavor. Hint water is available in over twenty five flavors including watermelon mango and peach with no sugar sweeteners or calories in stores or delivered from drink hint dot com and by progressive insurance providing tools designed to help customers consider options for multiple insurers comparisons available at progressive dot com or one eight hundred progressive. Now that's progressive. This is freakonomics radio. Here's your host stephen dubner. The new york times columnist charles blow has written a book called the devil. You know a black power manifesto in blow urges. Black americans living outside of the south to reverse the great migration of the twentieth century and return to the region where their ancestors came from. He is targeted. A particular set of southern cities and states with the dual goal of maximizing black political power and creating sort of anti-racist sanctuary i am talking about a grand generational undertaking a rescue mission for black america and that mission begins with the states which are the true centers of power in this country. And as such control the lion's share of the issues that bedevil black lives criminal justice judicial processes education health care economic opportunity and assistance. You include a quote at the very beginning of the book from james baldwin. Who said for the negro. There's no difference between the north and the south there's just a difference in the way they castrate you but the fact of the castration is the american fact does that to some degree cut against your argument in the book however what i am saying is not that northern. Racism is so much worse than southern racism. And there's a utopia south but rather that racism is everywhere. Stop pretending that you can run away to the north and achieve a anti-racist space. It's everywhere. I do say however that some of this behavior by the northern police stay in the western police. State is average is a throwback to something that the south did. But it's doing less and is that because the south outgrew. It were why. I look at racism as having kind of developmental psychosis an old man in the south. And it's a young boy acting out in these. You have to go through the stages. What's the larger priority for you political leverage or establishing or enlarging a majority minority community for its own sake to diminish the exposure to the racism. I believe political powers on par with a cultural cohesiveness. I believe that something is lost when you are constantly thrown interracial warfare when you're constantly having to defend yourself the finger right to exist defend your physical body. Defend yourself in court where you could be in a space that just sees you as a human being and honors you for whatever you bring to that human experience it hard for me to imagine how that feels every day to be devalued so consistently and systematically and it makes me wonder how you don't just explode honestly well some people do ric and some people go to early grades. You look at mortality rates. And you see that black people when they're just for the factors dying a little bit sooner than other people attribute a lotta that too racial stress so it's literally costing you use of your life but racial bias pro A black among white people with the presented different south in north or in the mid west and it seems to me that the clothing point is cruelty. there are certain people who don't mind cruelty whatsoever. Who are gassed at the idea that you treat a living thing cruelly. That doesn't mean they believe that black people might people are equal human beings. There were abolitionists. Who accord the idea slavery. But they were white supremacists. When abraham lincoln gives that lincoln. Douglas debate one of them. He makes clear that he is a white supremacist. But he doesn't want slavery so the entire book was written during the trump administration. Yes i'm curious whether you feel. The argument has become any less intense because of a new presidency that is less white supremacist etc. No it doesn't depend on any one administration if it did barack obama to solve the problem or bill clinton or jimmy carter it's not democrats. Republicans even specifically it is black. People don't have enough power to force the political structures to respond. You argue in the book that if black people in the south were to acquire the real political leverage you are describing. They and the democratic party wouldn't necessarily be on the same team anymore. Well thought people on social issues are not very liberal. They just cannot abide. The republican party's courting of the racists and so they've vote democratic years ago. These parties were flipped so if black people can get over the absolute racism of democratic party a hundred years ago or or seventy five years ago. This was the part of the clean. A was the party of slavery. Black people were able to get over. It and the democratic party was able to transform itself so if it is possible for democrats over a hundred year span it may be possible for the republicans over one hundred year span. We often think that liberalism includes racial galateri and has ended does not just because i believe in fighting climate change and a women's rights to choose and that gay people should get married does not mean that i am necessarily also originally gala -tarian although the stated preference for racial galateri anisim co travels with those things typically because political parties organized. Around that. you've been taught that the coalition should include all those things. You can't belong to this party unless you buy. Every single thing we sell but human beings operating their own lives pick from whichever baskets they want to choose from and then leave things in the other basket. I am strongly in favor of gay marriage but there are a lot of black people. Were not including obama for awhile because every president until bubba in the decades preceding the great migration not even racial oppression and racial terror. Were enough to dislodge. Black people from the south. They needed a nudge. A shock to the economic system to jolt them out of migratory spaces and into action that shot cain with the boll weevil infestation in cotton states. Beginning around the turn of the twentieth century the combined forces of an economic crisis and social justice crisis finally set the migration into motion. I believe that we are seeing a similar scenario. With the economic crisis created for black people by the covid nineteen pandemic in a grand twist of irony the staggeringly incompetent response to the crisis by donald trump. a white power president may will provide the necessary accelerate for a black power migration. When i saw the data on the reverse migration that you're encouraging especially the numbers for the atlanta metro area. I was sure it was a typo. That area has had an increase of around two hundred and fifty thousand a quarter of a million black people just between two thousand and ten and two thousand sixteen. So you charles are not the head of this movement you may not be the tail of a movement. But you're not the head no it has been going on for two decades. The black population of georgia has doubled from nineteen ninety to two thousand and twenty the first black mayor of a major southern city with maynard jackson in atlanta seventy three that was because atlanta had become majority black. Jesse nineteen seventy now almost every major city in the south florida. Texas has a black mayor and most of them are majority black cities. It has changed the whole dynamic south. Let's say that you create great political leverage on the municipal and state levels. And then you say okay. It's time to really make it happen on the federal level. What at the federal level would you most want to use that leverage to accomplish state power and federal power overlap with it comes to senate seats and electoral college votes wouldn't black people the majority of the coalition that delivered georgia for joe biden. It was the first time since at least reconstruction that that had happened when you can deliver the state as the majority coalition. That's a whole different calculus. You're not the ten fifteen extra around detroit. Or in philadelphia that they need to excite at the last moment when white people basically split their vote down the middle and when you have people elected to the senate where the majority of coalition who sends them there is black people they have to pay attention to black agenda items so all the bills in the senate now like studying reparations for that to advance you have to have people in their advocating for. I asked this friend of mine. He's mid to late thirties. These black he grew up in what i'd call the mid south when i described to him your idea he wrote back to me said it sounds interesting. It's a clear and understandable strategy which is more than hoping the rest of the country sees the light. I'm sure it will be met with a lot of resistance and violence. I assume white people will change the rules or completely circumvent them in some way. The north will suddenly become very conservative. All of that's likely it would be disingenuous for me to say. Oh i've worked it all out down to the last period. And i figured out. I have your flights and your bus tickets what i am saying. Is that this is a revolutionary act. A revolutionary acts are never without resisted. Never without risk. But you have to decide. Do you really want power for you and your children and their children are not the you really want to create a space in this country. Where white is not the governing. Ethos or not if you wanna stay nussle than your little apartment in brooklyn or in just outside of chicago. Desa choice that you're making. But i want you to make that choice in the full knowledge that that is not the only option you have. Whenever black people make progress. White people feel threatened and respond forcefully emancipation and the civil war gave rise to the ku klux klan which formed just months after the war ended the supreme court's decision in brown v board of education striking down racial segregation in schools. Gave rise to the white supremacists citizens councils. The election of the first black president gave rise to the tea party. It's accenture to america. To hone its instruments of oppression. Every time part of it fell it simply reemerged in a more elegant form. Battling racism in this country is like cutting heads off the hydra coming up after the break. What sort of response has charles blows idea been getting. I already know going into this. I cannot count on the establishment including the black establishment to agree with me. Freakonomics radio is supported by progressive insurance with the name your price tool providing information on a range of insurance coverage and price options more at progresive dot com or one eight hundred progressive now. That's progressive and by simon and schuster publishers of the codebreaker by walter isaacson an exploration of nobel prize winner jennifer dowden and modern sciences efforts to cure disease combat viruses and more available. Wherever books are sold. This is freakonomics. Radio here's your host. Stephen doppler the new york times columnist charles blow has proposed. Black americans should consolidate their political power in southern states. It's an idea that some people might consider radical. Can you talk about putting this idea to political and social and religious leaders talked about the sort of responses you got in general it is hesitation and that's why i like to talk directly to the people reading this book. The establishment even black establishment is the establishment their power is vested in the status quo. There are districts in california to depend on black people begging for them to have black representative those representatives. Never gonna say this is a great idea. Black mayors of cities in the north and mid west. But never going to say. Oh this is a good idea. So i already know going into this. I cannot count on the establishment including the black establishment to agree with me and that includes barack obama correct. I did not put it to barack obama. 'cause getting up almost very difficult. You do write about him quite a bit in the book you call him a feel good black leader who would allow liberals to purchase absolution on the cheap. So my sense is you don't feel that he would be interested in correct. My gut tells me no. But i don't know if he would be. Let's talk a little bit about the obama presidency. One would think that the first black president who was a democrat would have addressed racism in a way that would satisfy or at least address a lot of the problems that you've identified in the book. Let's say that's the assumption. How would you judge the actual accomplishment then toward that goal. There's so little that the federal government can do on those big things maceration our community policing on the health. Front hands down obamacare. Is she usually important for black people. But it doesn't get fully utilized because the southern states were most black people live. Most of them have republican governors. Who refused to take the money to expand medicaid. So he does things. But i wasn't expecting him to saw american racism. It for eight years. Do you feel he was too much of an accommodation. As though i believe some of that he may have felt was by necessity. That's why i connect the through line with a lot of the major black leaders over time. They felt like they had on his choice. But in retrospect help people as i pondered obama's hope speech that night in new york it occurred to me the he was only the latest ambassador of the political hope and the inevitable blindness that it renders that he has many other comrades in that crusade. Perhaps the most famous of whom being booker t. washington. Eventually both men were forced to confront the truth. That all black idealist must reckon with white supremacy cannot be appeased. It can't be bargained with it. Can't be convinced. It is america's embryonic fluid. America was born in it and genetically coded by it no amount of hoping or waiting coalition building or kumbaya can redress that reality hope as a religious tool may well be essential but hope as a political tool is folly. You see black leaders over and over again satan themselves. Maybe if i just do this. They'll stop terrorizing my community. And they give inch one of the black power leaders of the sixties. He says you give inch. They'll take a yard. You give a yard burn across every time that's how it works. They're not giving an inch. It's only you give an inch you rate about. Wbz boys and his embrace of what he called the talented tenth which you argue is elitist essentially and now one hundred some years after boys wrote that you write quote too many of the black elite get drafted into a white adjacent privilege suckled by personal prosperity and personal comfort blinded by the glamour of the high society. They become the neo. House negroes passive a resurrection of an antebellum relic in which the best and brightest of black society. Those who would otherwise be generals in resistance or rebellion are lulled to sleep by luxuries. The more talented and successful you are the more tightly tightly. The money establishment. Embrace this you cleaves you from struggling plight of your people and been nights you as an honorary member of fairs. It is easy to get lost in this seduced by it convinced of it. I'm curious were you lost in that ever. Were you seduced by that. I was in it if you are what. Holly peterson caused a accomplishes class in new york. You're part of this. A successful cocktail party has a newspaperman. The gnarliest and it hasn't been a becomes your social life and it is artificial. Did you enjoy it in the beginning. You can enjoy it. Lovely glass of wine with usually made detaille is wonderful and you go home comfortable and buzzing from the adrenaline in the aura of it. All and the massive black people have not been held by that one bit. And you see your own success. This becomes the talented Fallacy if i just exceed that will be the shining light for everybody else by coattails will drag other people into prosperity. That's not true the reason they're not prospects not because they don't have an avenue is because they are being actively suppressed and someone has to actively start fighting depression and it needs to be our most talented people are strongest fighters are best writers and artists have to get down in the trenches released. The martini glass get down in the mud and help fight. Charles blow himself has released. The martini glass at least the new york version. He's still writes for the times. And he still keeps an apartment in brooklyn but last year he moved to atlanta. So when did you start feeling. That might be a good idea for you. Personally forget about the treatise that you wrote for you personally. Move back down so well. As i started to write it became clear to me that i believe you said. I can't write this book and not move back party imposed but also actually believe what i'm writing. I believe that this is a solution. I'm not trying to convince the fifty year olds to it's really about my demographic there's more targeted a younger people who have always been the majority of my. Let's say that your book inspires hundreds of thousands of young black people. Maybe millions to move to the cities and states. You suggest what does it look like. They're in twenty years. Describe what seventy year. Old charles blow sees. When he looks around socially politically economically. I see an accelerated attempt to disenfranchise the new voters. Who are coming. We saw that already after this election but that the forces of change overtake them. You get a democratic governor. Possibly a black one maybe stacey abrams and also possibly a democratic state house which george hadn't hadn't forever and you start to take on the big issues which disproportionate back people. You look at the state criminal code. There's a lot of work to do there. That would make life safer more fulfilled or happy for black people and also just stop wasting human capital in cages. We examine what our children learning from. What textbooks because those decisions are made on a statewide basis. Make sure our tex reflective of the truth in fullness of our history. We expand obama here. There's a raging hiv infection rate here in georgia largely around young black people. A lot of them are low income and low income people with hiv disproportion. Get their medication for medicaid. All they have to take the money and expand medicaid. You save those people's lives you continuous in two senators from georgia who represented black interest to the senate and possibly more representatives to the house depending on where black people settle in the state. Likely you'll also see some white flight. It's just a history of black majorities. Why people leave it. What did i failed to ask you that i should have. Or what further would you like to talk about that. We haven't i like to make this point. Which is i am not suggesting that people will be moving back into utopia because if white majority's created racial utopias every white person in america would be prospering. You will still move back into basic human problems. You'll still have poverty. You'll still have crime you'll still have income inequality that's just the human condition. But it is undeniable to me that it is better not to live under white supremacy than it is to live under it because india cricket that people who don't live on it do better than those who do and i am saying if racism is almost universal in this country it is better to consolidate your power. You have enough power to actually fight it. Then and here is one last passage of blow reading from the devil. You know we need a block of states a region in which we and our children are equally condition to success support and safety. We need a space in which black imagination is equally encouraged where we recognize. That black children dreamed to that they gaze upon the same stars as all others that adventure and invention or universally human traits demand to be nurtured in all the black story must be much more than slavery oppression and poverty. It must be so much bigger than the part of our literature. White america chooses to reward stories wrapped around racism stories of struggling for self acceptance and societal acceptance in a white world riven with that racism. We need space to reverse the absorption of white anxiety into our flesh their fear of us contempt of us disdain for us has frederick douglass once wrote about escaping slavery. I prayed for twenty years but received no answer until i prayed with my legs. Black people must pray with their legs. That was charles blow. His book is called the devil. You know a black power manifesto. His first book which i mentioned earlier is a memoir called fire. Shut up in my bones and it has just been adapted into an opera with music by terence blanchard and the bredow by casey lemons. It opens at the metropolitan opera. In new york. This september it will be the first opera by a black composer ever to be performed at the met. Here's a taste. 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I am not an expert on the electrical grid. This crisis is going to have enormous lessons about disaster resiliency many of them quite technical lessons and we want to address those in the correct manner on this show and so next week as the situation in texas continues to develop. We're gonna be joined here by a subject matter expert. Who can walk through what went wrong and what we can learn about how to prevent it from happening again. But i wanna start this week with a news event. That happened just before the start of the week. The senate acquitted former president. Donald trump in his impeachment trial fifty-seven senators voted to convict including seven republicans. But that did not meet the two thirds threshold and on saturday. There was this kind of odd episode. Where senators voted to call witnesses and then a few hours later was decided that there wouldn't be witnesses after all they would take one written witness statement and the trial that day instead of taking the steps. That could've caused it to persist for weeks with the trial over. The senate is now free to focus on putting together. The next round of covid relief which democrats are moving toward passing through the budget process which allow them to do so if necessary with no republican votes. Now i want to bring in our left right and center panel always. I'm your center and i'm joined by helen andrews senior editor at the american conservative. On the right hello. Helen hollow josh and on the left david day and is executive editor at the american prospects. David hi thanks for having me and we have a very opportune special guests today. Senator angus king is an independent senator from maine. Who caucuses with democrats. He has served in the senate since two thousand twelve and prior to that for eight years starting in one thousand nine hundred five. He was the governor of maine also elected as an independent candidate. Senator king thank you very much for joining us today. Josh great to be with you looking forward to the conversation so can you explain what happened there with the witnesses on saturday Yeah i think so i it was. It was a surprise when The house impeachment manager jamie raskin got up and said we want to call witnesses. Are we want to call one witness for one hour with a zoom It was a surprise of we had a caucus call with the democratic caucus. The couple about an hour before and chuck schumer said basically that. The witnesses mush. This is going to be up to the manager. So there it really wasn't coordinated in that sense of it's been characterized as a democratic retreat. I don't think so at all and frankly if if it had gone to sort of witness calling and and lawsuits it you mentioned weeks. I think it could have been months In fact somebody told me that the lawsuit to compel don mcgann to to testify in a year and a half ago is still going on so Frankly i think the democratic managers got what they want they got they got that statement into the record about mccarthy's call with the president and we ended up moving forward. I don't think further Proceedings with witnesses would have changed any votes. Be honest with you so the with the trial behind behind us presumably that means the full focus right now in the congress is on this covid relief package. I'm wondering what your view is is is relatively moderate members of the senate on the role of moderates in shaping this package because we saw the last round back when the president was republican You had this bipartisan. Gang of moderate senators. Who played a significant role in shaping. What was in that package It looks like the offer from a group of ten republicans was just so far from what president biden proposed That there's not really going to be a bipartisan negotiation. Here so what is the role for members. Like you in shaping that package when it's going to be basically a democratic package. Well i think there will be a role in particular issues as part of the package that republicans can play if they want in the. They're they're going to have to decide whether they want to have some voice in this. And and i think they're going to have an opportunity to do so and then the question will be okay. Let's say there's some. Bipartisan amendments to the package will the republicans are any of them. Vote for the package as a whole when it comes to the floor. The conventional wisdom is that they won't. But i said to a friend the other day. I don't know if you have a bill on the floor. That's going to send fourteen hundred dollars to virtually every american and extend unemployment benefits and provide money for vaccines. I think that's going to be hard to vote against a go home and say well. I didn't like the extension of the child tax credit. I mean i i i. I'm not so sure The republicans won't vote for it in the end but I'm a perennial optimist. So that's possible in answer to your the other. Your question is every member of the democratic caucus has total leverage You gotta have every single vote. Chuck schumer has zero margin for error. So if one member says. I ain't going for this. Unless xyz is fixed That's going to be That's got to be considered. So i think there will be considerable negotiation for example on how to target the fourteen hundred dollars And and and that's an example How the unemployment benefits work. How the state and local funds work because the biden package has a huge amount of money in it. How that's going to be allocated to the states is it going to be based on actual revenue losses. That kind of thing. So there's plenty of room left for negotiation david new. You had a question. Yeah senator king. Thanks for being here You know one of the flashpoints or one of the sort of things that are is a bit unsettled. Is the future of the minimum wage increase in the bill D do you support that being part of this package and if it's not a because of procedural reasons because of the way in which the democrats are passing this bill. Would you support putting that on the floor anyway for For votes yeah. I think it ought to go to the floor. I i don't think as even president biden has acknowledged. It's it's not likely that it will fit within this reconciliation package. Reconciliation isn't incredibly arcane Very specialized procedure that allows bill to pass with a simple majority of but it has to involve directly budget items and the sort of simple way to think of it as it. Can't legislate in a reconciliation package. You can you can do things like taxes and budgets and spending But to do something like the minimum wage will probably be ruled. Out of order now bernie. Sanders will probably bring a motion to overrule the chair on on that question But my view is that it ought to come to the floor separately that we ought to try to work through the normal legislative process rushed. Do you support it at that. Fifteen dollar an hour level by twenty twenty five phase in. Yeah i i think. I think you'll added important phrase. That is by twenty twenty five. I think phasing is important. It would be a huge shock to a lot of small businesses particularly in rural areas Wages in montana and rural maine and vermont rural oklahoma. A lot different than they are in in hoboken or los angeles so I phase in his alan. What do you. What do you make of this this effort to do the wage increase either as part of this package or separately if it comes to the senate floor separately it's gonna require at least ten republican votes There's been significant republican opposition to that but the minimum wa- minimum wage increases poll very positively On a national level. What's in this in the relief package. Polls very positively see more than two to one support for another round of these fourteen hundred dollar checks it was. They're going to be pressure for republicans in the senate to get on board with some of these democratic priorities Or are they in a position where they can just say no these things i think they will be able to say no to these things because even though the minimum wage might pull very well nationally i think trying to sandwich it in with the covid relief. Bill is going to look like overreach and the more things like that. The democrats try to put into this bill. The more overreach voters are going to perceive. I think this bill has been a an inauspicious beginning to biden's first term because despite everything we heard from the biden white house about wanting bipartisanship. I think if you take one meeting with ten republican senators And then reject their opening bid And say after one meeting you're giving up on bipartisanship. I think that looks like they prefer to pass this bill without any republican votes. But i think if that happens Voters are going to see that It's going to come back to bite them Especially when they try and get more bills passed during this first year. Senator king what are you. What do you say to that. You've been a veteran of a lot of these. Bipartisan negotiations. And i know that your view is that the six hundred billion proposal that came from some of these republicans was much too small But you've also said this isn't monopoly money you've expressed concerns about. Some of the spending in here was there is there. Was there more opportunity for some sort of bipartisan agreement here. Well here's the problem if you if you want to sell your car and you put it on the market and say i want like nineteen thousand dollars for my car and a guy comes and says i'll give you a six thousand that that's not that negotiation isn't gonna go anywhere. You're you're going to say you know. I'm going wait and see when somebody makes me serious offer. And that's the that's the that's exactly what happened. In this case biden's opening bid was one point nine and got us six hundred offer and it didn't it wasn't the gap was too big. I guess Now having said that as i mentioned before there's there's lots of room for bipartisan negotiation. On issues that are concerned to the republicans How to allocate money to states and localities how do what what should be the targeting of the fourteen hundred dollars what You know what are the there. There's plenty of areas where there can and should be a bipartisan discussion. So the fact that There's not bipartisan discussion. On an overall bill doesn't mean that there isn't room for a compromise and negotiation on the various segments of the bill. And it could be that we end up with with Less money than one point nine another possibility that's being discussed is to allocate one point nine but in a way that if the economy rebounds in a positive way and those expenditures are not necessary They wouldn't occur in other words to for example extended unemployment benefits but might be limited to when unemployment goes below a certain level in a state those extended benefits and the boost of benefits would drop so that would be money not spent you see what i mean it. Could it could do at one point nine trillion dollar bill but the actual expenditures would be a somewhat less if the need of their. Let's take a break. I will be back with helen. Andrews of the american conservative. David day if the american prospect and senator angus king from maine talk more about covid. Relief you're listening to left right and center. You're hearing from our left right and center and we want to hear from you to tweet us at eller see kcrw and download the free kcrw app to listen to left right and center on demand. Thanks to our sponsor net. Sweet if you're a business owner you don't need us to tell you that running a business tough don't let quickbooks and spreadsheets slow. You down anymore. Now is the time to upgrade to net suite by oracle the world's number one cloud business system let net sweet show you how they'll benefit your business with a free product tour at nets week dot com slash l. Rc schedule your free product. A right now at net sweet dot com slash l. that's sweet dot com slash l. Rc back again with left right and center. I'm josh barrow on the right. Is helen andrews senior editor at the american conservative david day executive editor at the american prospect and our special guest today is senator angus king and independent. Senator from maine caucuses with the democrats. Senator king i want to ask you about the state and local aid provision in president biden's proposal for this covid relief package three hundred fifty billion dollars. It's starting to look like that. Might be an excessive number. As we're seeing state. Local governments continuing to report improvement in their tax collections. Been way less of a fall off in revenue to governments than people feared. There might be about a year ago and it's important to note this three hundred fifty billion dollars. It's designed to basically plug those holes from lost revenue. It would be on top of other extensive aid governments. There's money in here for public hospitals for education For public health of variety of things that are that are done by local governments. That's money that would go to them on top of this aid. Is it possible that this three hundred and fifty billion dollar number is too much Especially as you described that we have a relief package that would that would flex depending on future conditions if the economy improves. Faster than maybe. Some of the money doesn't need to be spent a possible especially in in if the economic situation continues to improve fairly rapidly should state and localities maybe get less than the three hundred and fifty billion. Yes and and i've been one of the staunchest advocates for state and local aid. Having been a former governor. And you know states can't print money They've gotta balance their budget on an annual basis. Either have to raise taxes or cut expenditures. They've already been something over a million layoffs in state and local government and by the way we don't want to ignore the localities they've really been hit hard as well. But my view is the the money should be allocated based on need on demonstrated either additional covid related expenditures or losses due to the impact on the economy in other words. Show me the receipts At and i think that's important. There also have to be some maintenance of effort language. i think it would be Ill advised for the federal government to allocate a lot of money to a state and then have them turn around and lower their state taxes and essentially substitute the federal money for local money. So there are plenty of ways to to tailor that local expenditure. The overall number of three fifty is high based upon what i've seen but Again it depends on how it's used for example. Maybe we could allocate a significant chunk of that money for broadband expansion in the states which is an enormous need that's been identified a by the pandemic an an and that would be an effect down payment on an infrastructure bill. So ah as you can tell. There are a lot of things moving around here and a lot of ideas And i can tell you. There are a lot of good people that are trying to find the right answers. David what do you make of that. Yeah i mean. I think what center king said there. is is pretty important even though What we're looking at in state and local government in terms of the lost revenue at the one figure i've seen is around one point. Six one point seven percent but the actual job loss is about four times. That it. It's actually one point. Three million lost jobs and that's about seven percent of the overall state and local workforce. And so i. I know a lot of that is due to social distancing. And if you don't if you're not taking kids to school you don't have bus drivers working and things like that but a lot of those cuts permanent and they were based on the anticipation of greater losses and We we don't we haven't seen a year later those jobs come back so that I think argues for airing on the side of of of of being more robust with this support and You know i. I certainly think that this should not go into tax cuts or things like that so maintenance effort idea sounds pretty good. But also sodas The the infrastructure idea give another example which is schools You know there was a report. The cdc put out guidelines for how schools can get back to being reopened and there was one report that said that based on these guidelines ninety percent of schools up to ninety percent wouldn't be able to go back to full in person instruction. Well another way of saying that is that ninety percent of schools are so dilapidated and underfunded that they can institute basic health and safety measures that every consumer business is trying to institute right now ellen. It feels like this should be a possible area for bipartisan agreement. And in fact it has been some of these prior rounds you have republicans talking about the importance of reopening schools as quickly as possible. It feels like there should be an opportunity here for some sort of agreement around money for some of these things that david is describing ought to improve ventilation and other things in schools would produce ongoing benefits tying that to school districts actually getting students back into those schools but for whatever reason it doesn't feel like we've gotten a bipartisan agreement on that that's absolutely right and the one hundred thirty billion for schools that it's that's in this current package is actually i think the last place we can expect to see. Any kind of bipartisan agreement. for the simple reason that schools don't need revamped ventilation systems in order to reopen. Schools can reopen safely right now and the only reason that they haven't yet is because of the entrance of the teachers unions and i think a lot of the suburban voters who went over to biden in the presidential election are starting already this early into his term to get a little bit annoyed with the teachers unions and they're really ambitious attempt to hold schools hostage even now that we're reaching the end of the pandemic so i think if they are successful in holding the covid relief bill hostage and saying we won't reopen schools unless you give us a big pot of money that's going to make the teachers unions look bad and more importantly that's gonna make the biden white house. Look bad senator. Before you go. I want to ask you about cybersecurity last week on the show. We had nicole pearl roth from the new york times about the aftermath of the solar winds. Hack very likely backed by russia which breached a wide variety of government and corporate computer systems in the united states You're the co author of a report from bipartisan commission. In the congress with recommendations president biden on how to fight attacks like this and one thing you told the washington post was that we need to make people in places like the kremlin. be afraid of. What's going to happen to them if they attack the us in this manner how we might retaliate. Hasn't that long been the cornerstone of our cybersecurity strategies. Sort of offense defense having the best capabilities in the world on offense and having other other countries know that we can do we can put them in a world of hurt if they do these things to us and yet here. We are the victim of these attacks. We have this very concerning attempted attack on water. System in florida wasn't successful. But hackers managed to get in and try to put large amounts of lie in the in the drinking water. So was it is deterrence ineffective strategy here. And what else do we need to do. In order to protect our computer systems in the us from these attackers anywhere in the world. I take issue with the statement that that's been our policy because it hasn't The major problem with our cyber defences a lack of a deterrent capability. We did more in two thousand and eighteen than we'd ever done before And i think that had some effect on Lowering the amount of particularly russian involvement in the election of twenty twenty but by and large of we have not had much of a deterrent. If you think back over to the major over the major acts whether it's pm from china. Sony pictures from north korea. The two thousand sixteen elections from russia solar winds. There's been very little in the way of response We're we're trying to patch our way out of this and resilience is critically important. And simple things like cyber hygiene and you know multi factor authentication and all that kind of authentication are all those important but we haven't had a clear deterrent declaratory deterrent policy. That if you strike us you will be. You will pay a price. it may not be in cyber may be sanctions and maybe in something else. There's a second aspect that's really important. That's been underutilized. And that is the international aspect of sanctions are infinitely more effective if they're worldwide I want a hacker and in belarus to not be able to go to monte carlo as well as miami And if if we can have the more in the way of international norms and standards kind of international geneva convention of cyber where we have enforcement worldwide and also as i say a clear policy that i want somebody sitting at in the table. At the kremlin saying boss. I don't know if this is such a good idea. Because you know they're going to whack us if we do this and right now and i've been working on this for almost nine years We don't have that. And and so. I think that's a critically important part of the development of a comprehensive cyber strategy to protect our country the most serious external threat we face right now is cyber angus. King is an independent senator from maine. Who caucuses with the democrats senator king. Thank you very much for your time today. Hey great to be with you guys. Anytime i will be back with. Helen andrews of the american conservative and david day in the american prospect to talk about the crisis in american housing with connor doherty economics correspondent for the new york times. This is left right. You're hearing civilized yet. Provocative opinions from all sides now. We need to know what you think tweet us at l. rc kcrw stream. All episodes left right and center and our companion show. All the president's lawyers at kcrw dot com slash podcasts or from the kcrw app. Back again with left right and center. I'm your host josh barrow on the right as helen. Andrew senior editor at the american conservative on leftist david day and executive editor at the american prospect. And we're going to be joined now by connor doherty who is an economics reporter at the new york times. He's the author of the book golden gates which is about the housing crisis in california and much of the united states. We had caught her on this show last march shortly after the hardcover edition of this book was released and you could look at that as either opportune or inopportune timing putting out a book about the housing crisis in the us because obviously that was the start of the acute phase of the kovic pandemic and we have seen how the pandemic has interacted with housing. Problems created particular problems for the homeless. We've been telling people to stay home when so many people don't have homes. We've seen extensive virus spread and overcrowded households in metropolitan areas like los angeles. Where many people cannot afford to have enough space to spread out within their own household. And we've also seen big shifts in housing patterns people moving out of cities like san francisco into suburban areas in some cases to other parts of the country and that's brought big changes in housing prices and housing demand that has either alleviated or exacerbated. The cost crunches that we've been seeing on so connor first of all welcome. Thank you for joining us today. Thank you for having me. It's kind of a walk down. Memory lane being on that show that they really was the the moment when i was like. Wow this is really real. So what have you learned over the last year as you've trying to flog your book on housing how has How is the pandemic changed. The nature of the housing crisis. What we what. We're learning about what we need to do about it and what there is or political willingness to do in the united states Well i think it's interesting. I was as you say flogging. My book and i came back from got pulled off of book tour because all the bookstore shutdown and i kind of just forgot about the book for a few months and just kind of dove into journalism and felt like i need to figure out what's changing and how it's changing and nothing and i didn't feel like i need to sort of get a sense of how how the situation needed to be updated and i think you kind of hit on it like i think that the housing crisis has just been exacerbated by this thing as you one of the first stories. I did In at post covid was about how overcrowded housing was. A much was a vector for disease. That was much more serious than say dense housing. And at the time you know you would see a lot of fights over development and people would say oh. Do you want to build an apartment building here. Because that's gonna only it's could be more crowded more people per acre. That'll be a huge problem. And at the time if you recall. New york was considered the epicenter. So that was there was a certain logic to that but we have subsequently learned as you point out that l. a. which people think of even though it is more dense than people think a more sprawled place that because it has more crowded housing. It's turned out to have a much a much more severe case Much more severe infection rates than even new york in the beginning. So i think we've learned that everything. We thought was bad about housing last year. Just worse And on top of that. I think you know there is obviously a tremendous economic Layer to this. Which is that most of the jobs that have been most affected have been in this lower wage service sector. And those are the jobs and those when we talk about you. Know fears of addiction. Or fears of accumulating rent debt. Really talking about for the most part. Those people people in those hourly professions that can be kind of turned off and on in an instance and whose wages do not cover rents in most cities. So i think we still have a huge housing problem and to some extent. It's not surprising. I mean there was a brief moment when this happened and i had my own very selfish existential crisis where i was like his is everything. I wrote a totally wrong now and just kind of thought to myself. That can't be true because if you really believe it's a it's a it's a wage problem at structure the economy problem in a housing shortage. What would change. It would only get worse than that seems to have been what happened david. Wha- what do you make looking at this from southern california as recline had this column For the new york times a couple of weeks ago the got a lot of attention basically about you know if progressives has have such a good vision of governance why california misgoverned in certain key ways with a particular focus on housing that the state is not produced enough housing to keep up with demand. That's made the place increasingly unaffordable one. Effective that we've seen during the covid. Pandemic is this. You her describes the issue is not how many people live on an acre. The issue is how many people live in a bedroom and when you have these overcrowded households because all they can afford as a household where there is not a space within within the dwelling for people to have separate space to themselves then it becomes impossible to stop the spread of covid within households. We've seen it's just another. Another reflection of how the housing market in los angeles and in the in the bay area is not working for people especially with lower incomes. Why is the state not able to produce enough housing for everyone. Well i mean. I think broadly when we think about this we have to think about how. Housing reflects gulf society I mean i. I was a. There's some pretty amazing statistics that came out over the last week Record mortgage sales in the last quarter of twenty twenty at the level of The housing bubble of it was the highest Set of of mortgage sales since two thousand six and at the same time you have massive rental debt evictions is terrible precarity at the low end And you know so what. The crisis on housing is is is pretty much a direct reflection of the crisis of inequality which is very acute in california of course across the country now as far as as california's options. I do think it's pretty interesting when you have Companies like salesforce saying that the nine to five workday is over When you have all of these Firms saying that that working from home is going to be a reality for the long term And what that has done in terms of changing the mix of population At one point a rental rates in san francisco were down. Twenty to thirty percents I don't think that's a long term solution. Obviously but it does show that. There's a changing mix in terms of demand That gives an opportunity perhaps For supply to begin to catch up but we obviously have to build more housing in in california. There has been a you know there have been attempts to do that. legislatively that have faltered And certainly there's a growing movement that is pushing back against sort of traditional structures that Prevent housing from being built. I also think that You know i see. My area is Duplexes and multifamily units torn down to build mcmansions. And i think so at at that. Sort of other end of the scale That's something that needs to be addressed so You know i. I think you can't really disassociate this issue from what's going on in broader society and i in terms of economic inequality night do think that You know i. I did respond to as recipes and we had a little back and forth exchange about it. And i i think that hard to disassociate what's going on in california on housing and really on everything without talking about the very peculiar in particular structures of government within the state mean prop thirteen. Was this massive experiment in subsidizing Suburban sprawl essentially and This is the california law that limits property taxes Pretty pretty tightly that's correct and and it's it's hard to sort of Break out of that because there are all these ways that direct democracy and our. I tall failed. Experiment with direct. Democracy in california intersects with the ability to do good policy at the legislative level So you know the structure of california government I think doesn't get enough attention in how it pushes against the need for better solutions caught. What do you make of the idea that a trend toward work from home could permanently changed. What are what are housing. Needs are now as as david described. I could imagine a situation for example where a lot more companies are allowing people to work from home full time in the tech industry that means less demand for housing in the bay area. People move more throughout the country. And so maybe our supply of housing lines up better with demand but i can also imagine other things. I mean my my understanding is that you know the the significant The significant out migration from the city of san francisco the the primary this nation for that has been suburban counties around san francisco so you might have a little bit of of the easing of the housing crisis within the city but that actually make it worse in the suburbs i could also imagine especially upper income households where people are going to be working from home more. They might decide that. They need a dedicated home office and so people who might previously have bought a two bedroom home decide. They need a three bedroom home. That could actually increase the strain on the existing housing supply as did the reduction in demand for commercial real estate is offset by even more demand for housing. If people need more house per person that means there's even more of a housing shortage. So what do you. What do you see how that is affecting the situation in. Does that make things easier. does it. maybe even make them harder. This is a great question and whatever it comes up. Every time. I talk to people so i think this just remember for a moment. What kind of economy we have. And just think about that. I so we have an economy. that over. the past. Forty years has been documented by everybody on the left and the right and they have differing opinions about at the fundamental shifts. Nobody disagrees with. Is that our economy has become more intellectual We do more work with our brains and finance attackers sort of two things that are exemplified by this and people in those professions have higher incomes in greater productivity in greater mobility and then we have this sort of vast service class that has basically replaced manufacturing into the middle has been hollowed. And what i think is what is unique about that. And what makes this structure so difficult in cities is that these two groups of highly unequal wages have to live next to each other. You service class in cities is essentially defined as all the work. You can't automate all the work that has to be done in person and You know so in pure in san francisco or la or any of these places of go to any commercial sector and you'll see a bunch of people going into office buildings and then you'll see them go out to get their lunches and then you know at their homes. You'll see a wherever their homes are. You'll see a bunch of people working in the neighborhood while they're not there and that's what our economy looks like. And that's why our housing problem is so difficult because these these people who are bound bound by their proximity have to live in the same helsing market basically and we do not have enough housing. Do not have enough ways to subsidized housing to make this To make this work that same thing is true everywhere pretty much. In america people are to the extent that people are leading a san francisco. They're going to places like boise. Idaho to phoenix to to seattle. All of those places have major housing problems. All the boise's housing prices are up twenty percent over the past year. If you go to boise right now and you drive on the parade you will see. Go back to california graffiti on the side of the road. They're having a huge. The last mayoral election. They had a kind of fringe candidate. But he got a lot of attention. Shoe proposed a higher property. Taxes specifically for californians. So that they wouldn't come to boise. And and this now. This is to some extent old phenomenon as far back as the seventies oregon bumper stickers. That said do not california. Don't california kate oregon right so this is an old thing but what is what is underlying it. Is this same basic problem. Which is that. I think it's a sometimes. They sort of portrayed. The salesforce work from home stories. As if everyone's gonna move off the field in montana and we won't have a housing problem anymore. But that's not what's happening. They're going to go to each again as you said they're going to either go to suburbs which just creates the same. How just the same housing market. So it's just it doesn't help anything right and To into the duly the state they're not going to other metro areas that already have significant housing problems. I mean again go go. Google like mark market denver housing market nashville housing market. Minneapolis housing market austin same stories. Now they're not as extreme as the bay area but Homelessness and all these sort of attendant problems that accompany rapidly rising. Housing prices are increasingly. Visiting those places. One of the things. I love about housing. It's suited for this show. Left right and center is that you can't There is not a great partisan ideology on housing You know you you don't you hear republicans talk so much about california's to regulated. And all that but You know when when you start talking to people about deregulating single family housing neighborhoods. It turns out people on the left and people on the right of very resistant to it for very different reasons but they end up in the same place making housing more plentiful as it has aspects of it that are kind of free market straight from the right but then it also has changes neighborhoods and makes them more accessible to poor people which seems like it's the left what are you. What do you make that. I'm always struck by how the there isn't a clear ideological. Divide on this issue. I think a lot of it is because a lot of people when they're engaging in housing policy. They don't really think that they're doing policy. Radio or ideology at all. They're talking about what they want their neighborhood to be like but in in very simple terms zoning regulation The government comes in and tells people what they can and can't do with their own property. How much building can be on it. What kind of use there can be. How many housing units. Why isn't there more unanimity among conservatives about the idea that a solution to our housing crisis is to deregulate and allow people to do what they wanted to do. More with the real estate that they own. it's not just libertarians. it's also traditionalist who rather unexpectedly sometimes find themselves on connor's side of the housing debate. I love what he said about this issue. Creating unlikely bedfellows because your listeners may not know but my magazine. The american conservative has a long running series on new urbanism where we have a long standing record of support for more dense housing. More walkable neighborhoods. And that's not just because zoning regulations or regulations it's also because those communities are more communitarian so there's a a traditionalist angle on this question as well that being said if i do have to dispute the liberal conventional wisdom that what's wrong with california is an undersupply of housing and i think the next couple of years are going to vindicate the conservative position on that because it look at san francisco. Rents are going down. It's becoming more affordable to get an apartment there but even if that trend continues and it becomes a lot more affordable to get housing in the city of san francisco. That's not gonna fix what's wrong with that city. You're still going to have a district attorney. Who won't talk violent criminals. You're still going to have an economy that looks like more that looks more like a latin american countries economy than an american one with a hollowed out middle class so it's not all just about housing but to the extent that it is i think left and right can come together on it but i don't know how an isn't isn't the housing prices. Isn't that a key reason. The you have that hollowing out of of the middle class that middle income people who have the means to to get out and moved to boise and they can afford a big house with a lawn there. They they leave. I assume a lot of them would stay. If the housing was more affordable. Feels like a sort of you know. It's so crowded nobody goes there anymore. Argument if if if san francisco is such a hell hole. Then why are the home prices so high to begin with now. I realized that we've had this drop in the pandemic but it's not a bay area wide drop and i seeing this national phenomenon where where people are less interested in being in dense cities this year that maybe they were last year. I don't know that that's going to be a persistent trend. But overall people want to live in california that's why it's so expensive to live in california I agree with that. But i disagree with the claim that housing is. What's responsible for the more. Latin american shape of your gini coefficient in the state of california. I think it has more to do with what. Connor talked about the shift of our economy towards a knowledge-based economy. And things like that. So i mean we'll see who's right you know. I think that we it's still too soon to tell how the covert pandemic will affect housing in the long term. I don't know whether or not we'll see a permanent shift to remote work. But i suspect that we kinda will and that these exploding housing costs in these bigger urban cities like san francisco and new york. We'll be alleviated somewhat and well we'll see how things look when they do. David i find that people on the left tend to acknowledge that underproduction of housing is a really significant issue in the and that we need to build more housing and then there are perfectly reasonable concerns. Layered on top of that. You wanna make sure that people are not left behind when you have new development. You want to discourage displacement gentrification people have opinions about what their neighborhoods should be like and that's a valid thing to listen to and then you see some some concerns that are that don't really associate with a particular place on the ideological spectrum but the people all over the spectrum care about people you know understandably don't want an intensely increased traffic. If they drive a car they want to be able to park it. The issue that when you try to layer on all the things to address these individual concerns sometimes the process gets so convoluted that becomes impractical to build and because of the the the effort to be so concentrated. You basically you. That's one of the drivers of the underproduction of housing. Do you agree with that And do people on the left. Need to get comfortable to some extent with the idea that we're going to let the market run a little bit And not everything that gets built in. The neighborhood is going to be exactly what everyone wanted. But that's necessary. In order to have that housing production. I think progress within Neighborhoods is always going to bring up. Tensions i do think we have to Pay attention in in a big way equity I think that The drive to turn housing which many on the left sees a basic human right into a commodity is is driving some of these tensions if housing didn't need to turn a profit Then the building of housing Might might be seen as a little bit less impractical. I believe that we need to think of really strongly about more social housing and putting it in environments that aren't just giant high rises that end up getting neglected but different forms of social housing That are more integrated with neighborhoods That i think would Alleviate i think one of the sort of suspicions that people on the left often have which is that developers are coming in to gauge. Residents displace Poor people and really run away with neighborhoods I i think that we need to think more about if if society believes that Housing is essentially social. Good and something that everybody Ought to have access to than than we need to look. Structures that can decommoditizing staff connor. What what do you see in that regard is there. Is there a way to de market ties housing in california that actually leads housing production. I mean we have a wide variety of government programs that are aimed in one way or another generating affordable housing as as. We've moved away from doing that in housing projects instead folding it into two market rate developments or using tax credits to get developers to do that. My understanding of what's happened. There is the cost per unit ends up being so high That we consistently just have disappointment in terms of how many you know it's like we had this program and it produced one hundred units or something and it doesn't really make a dent in our housing affordability. Problem is are you seeing. Anything in california can be scaled in that regard. Short answer no long answer. I think that All these proposals are like right now. There's there's there are there's a whole Governor has a thing called project home key where they're buying hotels and converting them to affordable housing. That's a lot faster and cheaper than building And they've made tremendous progress on that. It's still a tiny amount of progress relative to the scale the homeless problem but it's more progress than they've ever made. So that's positive I think there are proposals in san francisco in other places for social housing. And i think that's great too. I think you can sort of let a thousand flowers bloom on this subject. But when i what i think is unrealistic to the conversation. Is this sort of classic thing you see on both the left and the right of letting perfect be the enemy of good. So they're all these people in go to city after city who who decry market rate housing but of course live in a single family home. That's gone up a million dollars in value over their lifetime and they've no plans to give that back You know other than a you know a little transfer tax here and there right so we when we talk about housing we talk about the commodification of housing we. I i don't i. The way usually shakes out in a political in a local political conversation. Is that only new. Housing is tarred as being either commoditised or four prophet or any of these evil terms but the single family homes which is a tremendous use of land that all sorts of people live in and and do not consider themselves a profit generating people right but that that's where a lot of the profit is right. So i mean. I guess what what what i think when. Talk about the commodification. And all this stuff i think we have to be a little bit honest about what the terms of it are and what the terms are. Is that single family. Neighborhoods are still absolutely protected. I mean in san francisco. They talk constantly about luxury housing but luxury housing does not apply to the three quarters of the city that is single family zoning in has the highest home prices right so i i'm open to all these things and i do think we should have more social housing and all these all these new kinds of models But i just think that when people talk about these things usually find a convenient way to sort of carve their own sort of experience out of it and that's usually the problem. I will also just add that the way we build housing today in california. We have an effective ban on public housing. A bunch of people trying to change that So we'll see if that happens but the way we build housing in america typically affordable housing. Today's this thing called the low income housing tax credit and without getting into the sort of arcane of tax policy. That gets us there. The bottom line is is that the way you build. Affordable housing is not in any way really different from the way you build luxury housing if anything. it's more expensive. Because if some weird ways in which the financing works so when we talk about making possible to zone more units when we talk about making it easier to build housing when we talk about. How do we get construction times to a year or two years rather than ten years all of those same problems apply to the housing. That people say they want for You know for a and subsidize housing so finding a way to sort of come up with a kind of unified policy that allows all these different models to flourish. I think i think will be good for I think it will be good for all levels of the housing market. I mean you talked to any affordable housing provider and they will tell you that the that the delays that they sort of encounter the financing troubles. They have seen exhaustive neighborhood meetings. They go through are hampering them just the same way that they hamper some luxury condo or whatever and it's possible that you try to come up with policy. The treats one different than the other. And they do that in san francisco but hasn't really worked so far. Connor doherty is an economics correspondent for the new york times in his book is called golden. Gate's connor thank you very much for joining us. We have reached that time once again for our famed left right and center rants featuring pet peeves from across the political spectrum. Helen andrews. What's your in on monday. The new york times admitted what conservative media already knew that earlier claims that capitol police officer. Brian sick nick was killed by the capital. Rioters were premature and there is actually no evidence to support earlier. Reports that he was being with a fire extinguisher on january sixth. The new york times called this a correction to their earlier story. 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Episode #1419: The New Phil Hendrie Show

The World of Phil Hendrie

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Episode #1419: The New Phil Hendrie Show

"Yeah. What world-famous Phil envy show from the Pacific in southern California. That's about as booth thing ever heard my life. But. Oh, what feel it's true? Welcome to the program tonight, folks, this is the world famous fill in reshow. We have very unusual request from herb Sewell. And for those of you don't know herbs. He's been a guest. A regular on our program for number of years. Herb is also a guy that's got a rather checkered past, we won't pull any punches. Herb has been incarcerated for some pretty vicious crimes crimes against women and end minors. Get into it. I won't get into it. But he's what's come on tonight to talk about rehabilitation of inmates. And I think it's a worthy discussion. He wants to talk, specifically about rehabilitation of federal inmates the rehabilitation of federal inmates. So we're going to get him on the phone here. Joining us on our newsmaker line right now is herb Sewell and give a little bit of background, hurt, not a lot on how we came to know you and you are here to talk about the rehabilitation of inmates because, you know, little bit about it. Don't you I knew Philly? I know I know probably as much as in terms of rehabilitation of inmates. I, I may not know. Rehabilitating inmates. I was going to say general, if you give me half a chance, I don't feel a lot about rehabilitating. I know about being an inmate there. You happy. Argue. Okay. The point is you're here to talk on behalf of the rehabilitation of federal inmates. I'm here to talk about the military federally, but I want to do it in the most remedy possibly can and to that end. I hope you'll understand that one must make a stand. One must make a stand in order to facilitate, first of all in order to influence and then eventually to facilitate what one wants to do. What did you just get to Carol? I've been very polite generally has now I want you to just kinda shelve. Your natural tendency to be cantankerous and owners to mister Sulu listened to him. Thank you. Thank you very much. They will have to like the guy nobody said you had to like the guy, but he's still right now, general feeling is mutual five that sets fine with me. That's great. Fine with me. Two guys. Look, I'll just shut this whole thing down. We can do something else to get some other guest on busted on man. I don't think this is full general. You got to chill out. I got thank you very much. The people backing me up now because they know my good intentions, being on here and all right. So everybody's fine. General do me a favor. Okay. All right. So herb told me about it. What is it that I think I know what prompted you to get into this field something as I said, there's something revolutionary that I want to say. And is also pardoned possible. Another thing, the fact that I haven't been on your program that much I used to be on your show quite a bit. And now, I'm rarely on and I think it's because I haven't really brought anything to the table. And I think I have something to bring to the table here tonight. You being on the show now. It's still just that we can always work out a schedule added something that I think I should bring to the table. You think it's worthy where the something to bring to the table, put on the table, obviously to show around everyone at the table and hope they want to me to put it on the table, and they'll dig in and put on their bibs. What does it remind Jen? Okay. Go ahead. Yeah. Thank you. Because. Man, I don't want you don't wanna what now guys again. I'm going to give it to the count of five here and by that. I mean, I'm literally, I'm gonna count to five and I want both you guys one two three four five. Okay. What he wants to do promise. You're not gonna argue. All right. I promise failed failures guy. I promise. So go ahead, her purview or saying. My idea and something that I believe is necessary. And I believe it'll grab everyone's attention here. And I believe it will grab your audience's attention as I believe the time has come to parole. Mark David Chapman. Well, good luck with that. David, Mark, David Chapman, who who's this guy. He's a easy man. What is wrong with you? What's wrong? Can't believe it. I can't believe what David to kill John Lennon. Wait a minute. Now, hold on for a second soup. I thought Phil, yes. You're right. General questions. Can I, I haven't gotten done making my statement? Go on the minute. You said the guy's name. Yes, you're right. But I also am counting on certain equanimity. As certain equanimity and sedate and tranquilizing, you know, all the things that are calmed down, and all that, all those big words. Yeah. All those pig words. Go ahead. This robert. Thank you, Robin appreciated. So I propose question. Why do you propose that? What I'm gonna get into. All right. Why do you propose it? I propose that. Mark, David Chapman, be paroled for the overriding reason number one that the man has presented no problems while in prison. He has been a model prisoner. He's been in solitary for a long time. And in terms of his parole hearings, he always comes up with a stellar grades in terms of his behavior before you go on. I just win a my going to be. I just wanna say a couple of things can I make a statement? Look, this is an interview show, Soule sorry, general, I feel he's about ready to shut this thing. I'm sorry. Phil. By the way, the generals. Right. It is an interview show, so futa Baker. Big long statement. I just wanted to finish and say. Mark David Chapman. Yes, the assassin of John Lennon. Has been a has been a model prisoner and has asked to be obviously he's been up for parole. Glass. I don't know every two years since two thousand every two years, thousands of how many, it's ten quite ten. But getting now yeah. And I believe that this would Mark the beginning of a new era of good feeling between the public and are incarcerated population that if a Mark David champion can be paroled and go onto a fruitful and meaningful life. What kind of the guy is sixty five years old, sixty four sixty four years of age. Oh, get a load. Wow. So you can't how old are you failed? I've got a profession. I've been out in free, and I've been living my life, all of these years. We'll Mark David Chapman has been in as you said solitary confinement. He's been he's been incarcerated and he hasn't been a model prisoner for all the years that he was inside. How do you know about this, because I've read up on the guy? What do you mean? It hasn't been a model prisoner. What did you listen to them, so you don't have all the answers? Wait a minute. Yeah. Okay. Just like Phil said, wait a minute. Just hold on your right. He has been a model prisoner but early on. He was all kinds of problems. All kinds of people. They had they moved him from one facility to another. He. He went on a hunger strike, I think at one point. So what are we talking about man? I'm saying to you from the time that he's been eligible for parole. You know, you're talking about may. Well, we gotta get some questions in here. All right. Which is going to be five against one way out of it fighting sworn or whatever it is. I'll go I'll be on your side. Any Mark David Chapman on be paroled because he's because he believes in Jesus. Yeah. Okay. Do me a favor pigment. What's that? Got to do with anything but do a famous stay off by side. Know is because he said, so. So what if he said, you trying to tell me just because some, some chip inmate jump inmate? Yes, that's right. Some lion. Psychopathic inmate tells you these into Jesus, you're gonna believe him boy, Dickman, you are dumber than you look. And you don't look all that bright. I'm general Galen Shaw. So dumb. You applauded that, man insulting you. Wow. All right now, we're talking about Mark David Chapman, folks here with, with her Sewell, who is assembly take an interest in the incarcerated population of America that is inmates prisoners and wants to get into the whole idea of rehabilitating. What, what rehabilitation can take place, first of all, do you think Mark, David Chapman is rehabilitated? Yes, I think he's rehabilitated. I think he's shown that his parole report show that he's a guy who only recently has come to acknowledge the severity of his crime. That is not true. Well, according to what I've read true, he knows who was very serious. He knows when he knew humanitarian me eat, he committed a cold blooded premeditated murder. Well, but recently, he's acknowledged that it was evil and that it would that he had, you know that he had Mallon tent before that he had he was given all these excuses. Look let me finish getting. Out what I want to get out here. But you gotta understand. People are interacting with you. If you've got something, you want to say, and defensive yourself it will have to come as a response to the natural give and take. Margaret natural given take. You just blew my years out to market, Beckett off the Mike. Okay. The metro given me. Yeah. The natural human. All right. Here's some natural given tank for you. Mark, David Chapman has been in prison since nineteen eighty one of the panels when you go to prison. Wow. You don't know eighty one. Right. I think ninety one. I don't know. The try. Yeah. It's about that. Okay. That's more than twenty years. The guy got twenty life than me. He got twenty to life. Exactly. That's why his parole hearing started in two thousand. Oh, so they gave him a break of that. They gave the Trump break. Now they didn't have any break. It was it was twenty years. Technically. All right. He lived is twenty years inside a prison and we wanna keep wasting the taxpayers dollars. I love this wasting the taxpayers donors argument, you can apply that to anything, anything fact, why defend the country. It's a waste of taxpayers dollars. Well, that's a lot of people would argue who's gonna argue that a lot are you nuts or something? People are anti military, no one in anti military to the point. But I think that spending money on, on defense is a waste of hell man, get a this guy over here. We're talking here, though. If you don't mind, her no one thinks that general. So go ahead on go on with your defense here, John Lennon, now that guy was the was the Beatles. Yes, he was. Yes. He was the leader of the Beatles that man was one of the most famous people that John Lennon was beloved around the world and any loaded people loved him, according people loved him. He was famous and everything. A lot of people are famous. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. Hold on. John Lennon was was more than famous. John Lennon was part of one of the. Well received musical groups in history. And everywhere they went I mean, Mark David speaking, a champion, they couldn't put him in Bregger population wouldn't put him in regular popular, you wouldn't be able to put a lot of guys and bringing a population as to do with him killing the most beloved man on earth. There are a lot of people who are Lennon fans in prison. So they're gonna kill him. Well, look Phil. I mean I'm here. Why Mark David Chapman, why not somebody else because that guy if I can sell this if I sell these papers man, I go around the world. Look, her Margaret, don't start laying down. Don't tell me how it is. Okay. Herb, I'm going to tell you how to you're not gonna get any sympathy for springing Mark, David Chapman springing him. I through the natural parole process. You know what I'm talking about. David, Mark David Chapman, killed, as we were saying, one of the most beloved individuals in the history of modern society, John Lennon part of the Beatles. I mean when that man was killed. It was like, I remember I was, I was a kid of eleven years old when Kennedy was assassinated. It was almost the same thing here. I'm telling you, it was almost people were almost as the only difference was that there wasn't any real national security issue there, it was just a great man who'd been gunned down. People were very upset with that. All right. People are upset. It's been what is it? Thirty almost thirty years dirty. I'm reminded of. The character there and colleague, Mrs Lynne, got shot in front of Thomas Jefferson high. You got him for thirty remember that anything just the way the way he said thirty years. Yeah. Does that make me a racist or something? Let's get back to the point. So you're going to go in front of the public, as you are here tonight on this podcast. Yeah, I know. But your audience? There's a good question. Why are you announcing that here on Phil show because audience and I say this with great love ladies gentlemen. God daily, you knew you had to explain this one. All right. Yes. Fills audience is kind of a bunch of good time people, and they don't. The words you can slip this one by them. Yeah. I'm not saying I'm not saying your audience. Stupid, Phil I've not seen that at all. I'm just saying they, they're a bunch of good time Charlie's out there. And they're all ha you know, I don't think so man. Okay fail. You know what the day's gonna come when you're gonna finally get a real good look at your audience, and you're gonna be looking out there, and it'll be a whole bunch of people in clown makeup. Just be all going with big those. With herbs whole hold on her. But he doing like I wanna go throw up. We'll get another Cup of coffee. Hey, Tony, what's the coffee? We're talking to herb Sewell. Herb is a right now. Herb does research for a variety of higher institutions of higher. Learning assistant. Professor research at under schools, and is technically on parole for his time that he spent pretty not really imprisoned, though, right? I was forensic hospital. That's way better. I was in. I was in a hospital prison for the criminally insane. That's where thanks a lot for that Phil. What does it you keep that a secret not with your mouth around? No, I'm not pay easy. All right. So let's take a phone call here and. Jay santos. Oh, right. Jay Santos of the citizens Serie you knew you're gonna have to deal with him. He's not even a real. Well, let's look what do you mean? Not compared to you compared to me, what I'm not a cop. All right. Let's talk. Jay Santa's here talking to talk to Jay. Santa's wears you bud. J satis of the citizens. Police j I didn't know your tens of ever Lee hills. Why? Lori tans right now having a steak and consoling tad on the coming summer. You know, he has his sports bar over here and sports bar has number people, and I was just advising him on how we would do a group move in a group move out, you know, to facilitate any security problems, they have consulting Ted on securing the prime rib room. Yeah. Take away just over here. 'cause Ola on the primary broom herb Sewell here. Who's with us? I'm fine. I think we've spoken before. Yes. I do. I do believe we have. Yes. And we're talking about herbs idea of paroling Mark, David Chapman, you wanna give your idea that sure interesting parolee, Mark David Chapman, to concept could very well be I don't know. I have to look at it from all size. Let me ask you, do you know who Mark, David Chapman, is I you know what? I don't know who he is. I've no. I don't so my so there you go. There's your cop, you know. Oh well, we'll we'll, we'll easy there. Sunshine. Hey, wait a minute. You don't know who Mark David Chapman is. I mean, I don't know what is he Manji so major Greg criminal or something or criminal ish? He's abandoned assassinated that murder, John Lennon, you know, who that is. John was Bill. Yeah. John Lennon was killed by Mark David Chapman. I did not know that. I thought you Lenin was still alive. I'm you've you thought John Lennon was still alive, everyone that you get serious? And I don't if you have to spend money, take it easy. General gets a real guests. So I would it be clear here, Jay how old manner you. I don't see how that. How old are you? I'm forty one. You never heard of the Beatles. Of course. I've heard the Beatles. Oh my God. Man. Well, you've heard of the pills have you heard of John Lennon? Yes. I heard a John Lennon. You didn't know that John Lennon was killed. I am. I. You know, as a member of the citizens police, don't you think it would be your business to know of the I don't know, to know of major crimes that have been committed say in the last fifty years, especially here in America. What are you telling me, you're telling you sent hosts John Lennon was shot and killed here in the United States in nineteen eighty Jesus. Oh my God. Oh my God. You're talking about much nineteen eight that's forty five four that's four years after I was born I was born so, so yeah. Four years after I was born four years after you were born. So what man rule were to end in seven years before I was born, I know all about it. That's because you had people you studied it. You're, you're a cop man, or he's a one of become IAM, Acis auxiliary police offer, and what you had to do, j, I don't wanna buddy because you guys are having such a good time. Learn how to say officer instead of offer because that's going to put you in good stead. I think with the various police agencies that you wish to intermingle with an interface with talking about, right? You're saying, I smart ad. We talk about g Santa's why I don't know. All right. So what hold on? We're talking with j Sandison citizens police. Why don't know because herb Sewell is on and her believes that it's time to parole. Mark, David Chapman, who has, you know assessment murdered, John Lennon, j who's a member of the citizens. Police boss. My balls. Wait a minute. Jay, who's a member of the citizens. Police doesn't even know that John Lennon was assassinated and has no idea who Mark David Chapman is, so that's the state of affairs and cop right there. There's your next to kind of competition. Gets on his program. What are you want to be on the show for? Well, that's a good question. Yeah. You want to be in a show 'cause you breaking invites casting net what did he just say you wanna be on a program at substandard? I, I didn't say that. I'm saying that tonight you're dropping the ball failed. Big time, a guy by the name of who's guy g Santos no, no, no. The guy that I'm talking about Mark David Chapman yet. Here's a guy you can't remember the guy's name. I forgot who we what are we talking about? You're talking about rehabilitating inmates. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Came on the program. All right. You know what I've had her? Just I just refresh when I was jarred. I was shocked by this idiot, you put an idiot in front of me. I'm going to be John and shocked weaving put an idiot from you. Call me. Call me. Are you calling me idiot? I'm calling you an idiot. I don't know what we're near you. I think you just said you, you. Ilias ice neatly the honesty. I don't what you're trying to say right now. I'm not an idiot. Let's call anybody any names. But you don't Jay. You are an idiot. Thank you very much. That's kind of thing that's the street mall. Feel area show. Jesus h guy. Well, you know what? I'm very happy Phyllis treating you that way because I came here, but the very serious proposal to to parole. Mark David Chapman, and he brought you on his security consultant. That's exactly right. Jay. Okay. Yeah. He brought you wanna just security can sell them. And here you are. You don't even know who the hell. I am. I don't know who you are. I mean that's the line. Jack Nicholson five easy pieces. And we've forget about Jack Nicholson movies. All right. I'm just saying you remember Jack Dickson talking to his, his deaf and dumb father on a cliff. He says he don't even know who the hell I am. Yes. How do you know that? And you born in nineteen seventy seven because Mr. Harry put the thought in my head, you know, something failed. We've got about as far as we can go with this thing, as far as I can see. I, I don't have to know who guy is where guy it'd be parole. Okay. Okay. Say that again, I don't have to know who guy is personally to know. The parole. Mark David Champa says John Lennon got twenty to life his parole. He started coming up for parole hearings in two thousand. And they have pretty much said he's been a good prisoner, but that he hasn't been contrite enough. He doesn't understand his crime. What do you think? I didn't know question my mind that he should stay in prison for residence life. Why? And what are you basing that on what Mr. Henry said, terms of parole hearing, he doesn't even know the severity of his climb up until about whatever twenty months ago, you even know who the guy was. And now you'll say, oh, Mr. Henry. That's right. 'cause what misery saying I here's what Mr. Soula saying on really curious damage weight. Well, here's what Mr. Susannah Sioulas saying that Mark David Chapman. Yes. Committed a horrifying crime, but it would be a behoove our society in terms of the goodwill of the people, and in terms of encouraging the rehabilitation of federal inmates to release Bach David Chapman, he committed murder for God's sake. Can I finish? Go ahead. Look they lead. John inc. Ligo. Didn't kill anybody bullshit hall that such. John England kill nobody John Hinckley. He routed depress. The United States. John Hinckley did kill someone James Brady died in twenty fourteen and they ruled his death a homicide the result of that bullet entering that poor man's head a homicide. John Hinckley killed someone. And he's out doing was granted role in two thousand sixteen because yes, you're right. James brady. Technically was a homicide. He was technically died as the result of that bullet. But yeah, go ahead. Go on somebody. Look at I don't know how the law state. The fact is that James Brady was there inside. But it was mitigating. That was, it was a mitigating circumstance. He didn't die right away. Oh he didn't die right away. Bob GAC you I gotta go with Phil. On this one. Of course you do you don't know what you're talking about. Santos. No. I absolutely do have to to go with on. If you're telling me, what are you saying? I'm not even talking to you. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. If this guy is gonna be on here any need to talk to me. And nj could you do something like I don't know if you have a penis in your mouth right now and it's fine. Thank you very much. God damn it. You can't hang the phone up. All right. I'm sorry. I apologize. That was very homophobic mystery to assume that I don't know what you're doing man. Okay. You got your both your mouth case, I was like you've gotta just about it. You've got a handful of something that came out of someone's diaper habit. That shoved in your face. I'm talking, I come from western Pennsylvania, and you guys are putting that down, what a racist, she that's not racism. Well, it's regionalism if anything, if anything if anything is anything. All right. So Jay Santa's with us. He's never heard of John Lennon as I have. Of course you have you just didn't know that the man was killed in nineteen eighty by a madman. Feel if you're gonna take me serious. I thought you take me seriously and you bring this, this Jack ball on here. I. Jay. Thank you very much, if I had chance to look up to sing and j Santa so the citizens police here, world-famous fill in Show Low with herbs as we talk about herbs ideas to rehabilitate federal inmates. And they step in the right direction few her is to grant parole to Mark David Chapman, isn't that correct? That is absolutely crankiest fail. And hold on before you. You know, obviously try to decimate mayors, you you've been doing because that's what I think is unfair more than anything else. You know, sue beta a minute, wait a minute. Cooled on general. That's what I think, is unfair. I come on here and I say in order to us. And so we should pro Mark David Chapman, and I am ripped on new skews by language asked by all of you people you tear into me every which way, but loose, I'm here to say something good about the penal system to try to get the ball rolling in the right direction to be ability, Shen, and no, no, no, no, no, no. What did you pick him? You knew that was going to be controversial a good question. You knew that we'd all we'd be up in arms the guy because. Yeah. Go ahead this this'll be good. I picked him because I figured I knew you get pissed off. This and it makes good. It'd be it'd be a light in rod for your career. Lightning rod for my career. That's a riot. It would be a lightning rod for the issue for my career. It's just about going to sink it because I'll tell you, there's anybody series about rehabilitating inmates, that's got anything to do with anything, and how do you know because I just happen to know it common senses, so say the Mark David Chapman, being paroled a step in the right direction. Oh my God. To know more about it than I do feel Where'd you get all this information reading. No, you guys got I wish I could say something dirty. Blow blow. Don't do it, man. Don't do. It's not worth getting eighty six from the show permanently all that. Everybody else gets to do it the panel here. They cut them a break. But the guests. No. Yeah. So what, what her how are you going to propose this, where are you going to go? I New York state is the place to not New York, the place to go. The next parole hearing from ach David Chapman, and present my case, and I will do so in the press leading up to that I it was his knick's Pru here. I proof. During the summer of twenty twenty the summer of twenty twenty little over year. That's right. And I believe me when I tell you, I will go on her major publicity in these efforts, you're going to have a lot of people that don't like you got to be a lot of negative press. What do you think of in dealing with all of my life negative press? Home man gonna bunny Bill, eight at Walter bell, evens wife, now, I was gonna campaign against me saying that I signed shink Bill, even in the back I'm out and he's still in because of I made some stuff up about him. That's what she's saying. You're kidding. No, I'm not kidding. Anyway, I said, are you won't? It doesn't want to get out anyway. And she said, I know that, but I wanna make it look like he does. And I said, why? And she said, I don't know why don't you call bunny Belle haven up and ask her. What she's talking about? She doesn't know she's just. She doesn't know she's just causing problems. That's funny. I don't tell you that woman is so formidable even Wolters scared to death of her. He loves her daily they've been married. I don't know how many years motor isn't afraid of thing, but he's afraid of her. That's the basis of successful marriage. I don't know. I got I got a headache. I got a headache to all I did was come on here and talking about. Yeah. There goes herb Sewell, folks. He is a pillar of strength. I had a very good point. And you guys came at me with the daggers out. Come in me, and I am bleeding and wounded and staggering to the road looking for someone to come by and throw me into the back of the better their truck or the back of their car. I get a hospital and that's the fantasy that you've come out for yourself. But do you think good luck where you go next? I'm going to try to get on some of these talk shows. I'm gonna talk to, you know where I'm gonna go, go to Salem because that's the Christians are. And they'll go nuts Beldale, although some of them, hate rock and roll so much that they may put me on. They might they hate rock and roll so much. They may want to hear from me about Mark, David Hale. They might well, it probably wouldn't agree with me. They hate rocket the he'd rock and roll so much. Yeah. Maybe that glad what he did. Thing to say watch out with that. Yeah, you're gonna you wanna get the Christian audience on your side. Well, listen that what I wanna do is go on that, that guy, which is Dan Prager. The guy that you, you remember when you, you clown called Prager called. Yeah. When I first got in town. Yeah. Yeah. He clone called equally this guy Prager. Got filled. All right. So anyway. Yeah, you go and Dennis Prager show. And I'm sure he'll be receptive to guy Dennis Prager will bore you with a big long speech about morality, and Jesus, and all this stuff. Yeah. Well, then, you know, he's got more in common with Mark David Chapman than I do. Oh, never thought about that. Did you didn't didn't? There's gas escaping me. There is herb. Sewell goodbye to. I don't wanna say goodbye to him on the world famous fill Henry show. Yeah. The big step in the right direction for the federal inmates in terms of rehabilitating them parole. Mark David Chapman. Oh my God. Kevin killed John Lennon everything. I know that, but I mean, did he, he's, he said he sorry? No, he never did say sorry did. Yeah. He did. But he didn't say the right when you go before a parole board. You know, they're not just hearing, the words you're saying, they're hearing, the words, you're saying and putting them together with your attitude. And if one of the big things, and one of the big things that hung up all those Manson women for all those years was, you have to recognize the what you did was your responsibility. And that it was really, really bad evil wrong, and that you, you own it, you know, you gotta take full responsibility. When it's all about, Mr. Aries always talking about. That's right. The only people in the world that agree with people. On parole boards. Apparently. All right. Phil. We heard that don't get a big persecution complex anyway. That's what the parole board. There has said about Mark David Chapman that. He's come before them. And he said he's sorry. And he says he's sorry to the linen family, his sons, and, you know, his widow Yoko Ono, and all that, but he's never really owned responsibility for it, and he's never really acknowledged how just horrible a crime. It was because it affected not just the Lenin family and affected. Not just the his friends. It affected a worldwide community of fans that was extensive. There was a longtime and, and it was very traumatic for a lot of people. So all of that, put that all together. And what are you got? You got a guy that's going to have to come to the table and say he's really, really sorry for that, all of that. And he never has. No, he said he did recently. Right. I think recently he made no. Is that? Yeah. You know what? I really do understand that it was evil. And but I don't think they're, they're buying it so. Well, I don't know what it takes for parole board to buy. I don't care, I happen to know that Yoko Ono doesn't want him out, and neither do the other family members. And they have said that he's a danger to society. I agree with that. You agree with that. You think the guy is go out and kill somebody else? Yeah, I do. I think the guys that nutty. And I don't know. They never did try him. Did he plead guilty or something like that? You're thinking about heavily. Oh, yeah. John Hinckley pled guilty before he could plead. I don't know what it was anyway. Yeah. I think he's I think he's a goofball. I think the guy's nuts and I do think that he's dangerous. And if it takes you all these years, man, if it takes you over twenty years going on thirty years to say, I'm the guy that killed him. I'm responsible. It was my idea I thought it up out of my own crazy messed up head, and it's all about me, and I take ownership of it, man. I you know, and you're and you're shocked by the crime. It's the other thing. But what you do start crying and everything like that. What do you idiot or something just one? They mean by that they know man don't know. Okay, if you are sincere and. One of the things that hung up for instance. I think one of the Manson women might have been Leslie Van Houten was that she was really horrified by what happened. She acknowledged that she participated, I forget, which one the lobby is. But she always kept saying, Charles Manson, Charles Manson, Charles Manson, Charles Manson manipulated those girls. But that's not you know, when you're a same thinking adult human being, you can say that stuff you could blame other people to cows. Come home, barbeque, but, you know, you, you can blame other people. But you gotta at some point own up to the fact that you are in charge of your own decision making and. Yeah, the guys and asshole. And yeah, he said, a lot of stuff. And. Yeah. You, you know, you, you were kicked out of your house, and you were living on the road, you report kid and all his bullshit. But, you know, if you did it, you did it, and I think that hung her up and. I know that Susan Atkins. She was real. Let's was way off the beaten path man. She was way out there pretty out there. Whatever man. Yeah. But we're talking about people, and Leslie Van Houten. I don't think she killed anybody. I think she was accomplished that kind of thing. But the, the whole tenor, the public mood on these things is also important. And with John Lennon, Yoko Ono herself said, I'm afraid not only for my own family. But I'm afraid that some poor innocent person out there is going to get killed if he's let out so that pretty much sunk that, but what a great comedy show. We have tonight. All right. 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I got God, well what happened was some people saying, here's your your your, your rapper name eerie, your dealer, coming up with different ways with different ways of doing well there, there has people to first your first thing and your your last name. What is? What is this? Like general, they'll say your first name is your first name is a season of the year. And your last name is a the last you know, when the last thing you hate. And what is this to be that stench him, you know, like your rapper name, or some, some stupid, name, the different name, people have these weird names. And so this is how you get that name. I don't understand it. I explain it to you after the show, general Kate, but I came up with a way of football name. And next thing I know I've got all these parents who have called, the, you know, the offices that school and are wondering what is it that I'm trying to communicate to people said, was here's your football name, something that blows up Anna, Anna, Anna, polish last name something that in a polish last name. Yeah, here's one that you, you did coach. C M eighty. No hausky. You're not going to get it general. I can see just kick back. Oh, just kick back. We can explain it to you later. But MADD allows ski was one Bill and then you had dynamite dynamite per game ski or stuff like that. Well, I mean it was it was okay when best idea world, but next thing I know I'm getting calls from parents, and what is this about, you know, you're communicating explosives? You're kidding. No. I'm not. And, and then they, they called the administrative office, Belmar, kademi and fed. Yeah. You know you got the coaches on Twitter. And he's talking about your, you know, your football name as an explosive that blows up and they go and what's this thing about polls. So I was in there. I'm talking to Lou Retton. And if some of the members of the board for about three hours out on a much going on, so they got really serious serious would me so I'm not doing anything other than just, you know, and I explained the whole rapper name and I got back to my office, and I started thinking about it, and I don't know. I got very, very angry. And I decided that I'd send out an Email to the parents did been complaining, and I. Tell me what did you do coach? You know, it's no big thing. But I just I signed my name, dynamite dosier, you know, you said, so they didn't like the idea of explosive and you decided to stick it in and break it off. I did. Because, you know that never works out for you on I wouldn't necessarily say that sometimes it does gas more than sometimes does. Parents, get up in my face. And I when I talked to the board, and they told me, I said, okay, sorry, I won't say anything like that on Twitter ever again, you know, dynamite Smith and all this, so I, but when I signed a dynamite dosier I did. So as a gag, but also as a kind of a wink to say, you think you're gonna come at me watch this. I'm coming right back at you. Okay. How did that work out for you? It was. I mean, they got upset because you're comes the second wave of phone calls. Just so I know last week on Twitter sticks plain to the audience last week at Twitter coach dosier said, here's your football name that explosive and a polish surname, people do this on Twitter a lot. They'll say, here's your rapper Nain here is your game of thrones name. Oh, yeah. That like. Yeah. Like a bird, an a loaf of bread or something a burden a for Brent debt, man, something like that. But this was coach telling people, here's your football name, come up with an explosive, that's your first name and your surname, polish surname of your last name. Everybody was tweeting in with all these names. Here's guys blows up like this is Anna bomb atom bomb new itchy atom bomb Nowitzki. There's a good football name great football. You kidding me? Something, I'm just telling coach people were, you know, all kinds of ideas. And so when all these people complain I've sent out an Email. I'm very, very sorry. I won't do it again. I was just trying to have some fun on Twitter. I know a lot of the students checked in with me, yours, very sincerely dynamite. Dosier. No. I didn't just dynamite, put Vernon dynamite dosier. Now comes the second way phone calls, we're going to call. I. This was calculated by you to, to further defer inflame emotions to further provoke them, I wouldn't say that now was now wait. No, I wouldn't say that I would say it was that stuff for me, too. I was saying was me seeing okay. You got your shots in but I'm still Vernon dosier the head coach of the school, don't you know, don't piss me off. Yeah. Don't piss me off. Now comes the second of phone call stuff. I was kinda surprising. I thought they got the message saying, hey after seeing all this stuff about not doing explosive. He came back with he sided dynamite, dosier, not comes Jeff Neal comes into my office on a board. He says, what are you doing? I said, you gotta understand how the land around here. Nobody tells me what to do, and he said, yeah, but these, these parents were very upset about the you know kidding about explosives. And I said, I wasn't guy, you know, I'm not I don't have any explosives. So they. Overreacted overreacted. He said, would you mind doing another Email? I said, not at all. So I sent out another Email. I said, I'm very sorry, that I you know, use the dynamite dosier last name and I didn't mean to make anybody angry. I certainly know the severity and the seriousness of you know, explosive. So please, forgive me. What did you sign? I signed it Fernan dosier that put aka. Not here we go. And cited Vernon dosier, aka the nitroglycerin kid, and I drew a one of them little emoji explosions, and fire. They're not gonna fire me. Not gonna fire me. So you're another way of phone calls. One was this. It was yesterday. I told you it was right after you did the tweets by entering the tweet. And so here comes another way, with phone calls McNeil's back in my office going, what are you trying to do? I slipping deal you already told me twice get out this guy's only been on the board as a parent. We was a big week with the PTO and got on the board. But he's only been on it for like a year. I've been at that school fill, you know, over twenty years, so every time you're gonna changes, I know sometimes it's thirty sometimes. But today I feel like I've been at that school over twenty years, this guy coming in, and trying to tell me how it is, you know. So he got up in my face. I said, get out, and then I got, you know, Caroline Wadsworth came. And that was really unfair, would you? Please polish is to, to Jeff, I said, okay, and I sent him in Email, and Email, and you signed it, what I said, Vernon dosier aka the mortar shell and this just kept on going just kept on going, but you see it, wouldn't it kept on. Going had. They not been up in my face about it. You can't do that. You can't get up in my face about anything having to do with communication with the students because I'm gonna win every time. I don't you know this you this ongoing thing with parents since you started coaching the football team. That's right. And here's what Vernon does. Your says your kids in private school, Vernon that doesn't work all time, just because the kids in the private school doesn't mean you get to just run roughshod. I'm not running. Roughshod was very, very benign. I football name is m eighty know ski or it's explosion job, whatever it was. And they start to get up in my face about that. And I said, okay. You wanna do that. Guess what? I just turned the heat up to broil. See what it is. When you argue with me, you basically put your head back in the oven and turned it up to broil. Yes. Another words don't do it. I guess you don't do it. And I've got the backing of the majority of the board now. And McNeil comes into my office or some of these other people like you're gonna watch and they're all pissed off. I know that I've got the majority of the other people behind me, so. So just to be clear, you signed the first one Vernon dynamite dosier darn I one is running dynamite. Dosier in the second one was aka the nitroglycerin kid, the third one was Vernon motor shell or the mortar shell. Yeah. It was Vern. It was mortar shell dosier was the third one. And the third one was mortar shell dosier and mortar shell dosier. Yeah. And they got back in your face again. No, that's when everything started to filter out. That's when I'd stay all the all the phone calls, and that's when all the complaints began to kind of taper off. Because what you since fill is out there in parent land of these people who are, wow. You know this guy's not backing off. Maybe I'm not unsafe ground. I might get my kid thrown out of this private school galaxy. So boy, I'll tell you what was you general would you do. I'm not gonna mess around with the I understand the, the power that you have over there. I probably wouldn't have a kid there in the first place. Why not because I don't want some teacher. Strewn with my mind like that. Now. That's how it is at Bill Maher kademi as I said, you filled there's reality, and then there's coach does reality. And if I can't go on Twitter and say a couple of tweets having to do with, you know blow up Wilson or something like that Wilson that was one of the football names in polish. What is Wilson the last name Wilson? I know that. But if I can't go onto it or in say some of these things that my students understand, and I enjoy we all enjoy it talking about explosives and polish last night. Whatever then wise life, even worth living, you know. The whole the whole thing was parents, being told what to do. And by your school Bill Maher kademi is unique among all private schools, over even even even private schools. Don't you know, just kinda steamroll the feelings of parents too bad. I've been at a cheap. They listen to me when they listen to me. They know the land I'm Vernon. Yeah. You're, you're earning doing dynamite. Dosier Dona might diet. He said, I said dynamite. Yeah, that's me. Anyway day in result. I just had some business cards made up in from now on my name is Vernon dynamite, dosier. What, what do you wanna do that? 'cause I can that's why show any parents out there listening. And they wanna come in me. You know the summer's coming up. You still working at subway. You just reminded me. Yeah. So you're going to be at subway in here comes some other saying, hey dynamite. I want extra mayo. I'm gonna tell you right. Yes. I do work. At subway for the extra money you have so much power school. How about getting a raise? That's a great idea. Get a raise that to work at subway. I'm working on it. What do you want from me? That's probably where they let you sign your name, dynamite dosier in lieu of race. Gosh, yeah. It's good. Get ready for it. No. I'll just let the parents know right now. You come into subway. My name is still dynamite dosier, because guess what at the end of the day, folks, you may be a parent of a kid in our school. But I'm the guy making your sandwich. And when I turn my back to you, and I'm adding. Oh, Jesus you wouldn't dare did, I say anything? Are you talking about like that Lougee something? I didn't say anything. Let's just watch it here. I didn't say what I just said, I'm making your sandwich. And when I wonder where the pepperonis, and I'd turn my back on you. Yeah. What are you doing? None of your business. Well, don't you think it's your business? If you're making her a sandwich. Again, don't you think it's her business? If you're making her a sandwich. I think it's our business if I make an sandwich but I'm not making her sandwich as sandwich somebody else. What does it was my sandwich? And I said, what are you doing? I'd say I'm doing something. Well, what would you be doing? Probably just rub it on my stomach or something. What an asshole. Mess with the Brett you best with the best. You've just Mr. the best. Whatever man. Good luck this summer, man. At subway bow make out just fine. Anybody wanna give me crap? I'll turn around and just go, I'm joking around. Yeah. Vernon does your folks from tonight, say, subway or Bill Maher kademi what an app from subway sandwiches, Vernon? Dosier. Don't forget, again on the twenty fifth of may at UC sunset. Phil Hendrie and friends get you tickets. Tickets at the station for the rock island lie. Nice, don't forget, get Zecca. Oh, yeah. That's right. Yeah. This coming Saturday. We're supposed to be doing our St. bozo marathon. I don't know how that's gonna work out because we have a rehearsal for UCB show on Friday. Maybe if we push it back or something, you said, you didn't wanna do it voice described you and you Bill said he didn't want to do it on a Sunday. I don't. That's why I'm thinking about pushing the the marathon to June because we got the show coming up the following week. I, I don't know. Fill Henry, going beckons where it again. Not going back, stuff happens, man. 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The Burr in His Saddle

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The Burr in His Saddle

"You know. I was listening to smart list on amazon music the other day. If i was one of the hosts i would definitely invite braff as my surprise guest. A love is great personality. And i'm really curious about where he gets his inspiration. You can hear jason. Bateman will arnett and sean hayes surprise each other every week with a guest like george clooney jut up until and aquafina on their show smart. Lewis one of the top comedy podcasts on amazon music. Listen to smart. Lists and other popular comedy. Podcast like the daily show. Call her daddy and fake doctors. Real friends on amazon music from the abraham lincoln radio studio at the george washington broadcast center. Jack armstrong and armstrong and getty show president biden is busy before speaking about his infrastructure plan. Today he went to visit a vaccine site in virginia. Yesterday and i thought the video was really interesting. Take a look at what. He's what he had to say. Sorry i'm late. I just found a big walnut in the parking lot. Me around for two hours said joe. That's not a walnut. That's dirty rock. You're right it's iraq. And why's my mouth water proven joke racket. That's not the way we eat walnut. So i swallowed it whole so the bit. Is jimmy fallon from the tonight. Show playing joe biden talking. But because biden's wearing a mask you can obviously fill in any word so right. We've got several more of those for you this hour. I think you'll enjoy. Wow i can't help thinking that has greater significance than than just being funny. The narrative is really catching on and saying liberal comedians. that he's a doddering old fool. Hey i gotta burn my saddle from. Sometimes i just read and i should say now because i don't know how long i'm gonna last. I've been sitting in the same exact spot since i walked into the show two hours ago. I did not move have not moved. I do not feel good. You're not looking good. I might lay down on the floor coating a major update from the derek chauvin trial and joe manchin with a blockbuster statement back to you jack. Yeah i do want to talk about the chauvin trial. Nab a question for you use almost went to law school. And you have been on. A number of juries is i filled out the forms. As a matter of fact. I was right freddie to so close but so we were talking about homeless stuff last hour and that seems to be a topic again but And then this local city where they're handing out gift cards to the homeless to get them to clean their camps and Here's the deal. i will make i. I know that. I'm way to the other side of every single story. I ever see about the homeless situation. I'm way to the other side. Maybe too far but i've had some really unfortunate interactions with homeless people still pissed off about it and nobody seemed to care that run the various cities and states where these people are. Give me a story ever freaking ever where you say. Of course a whole lot of these homeless people are drug addicts. That have no interest in working. He just throw that one phrase and i will open mindedly. Read your story about your stupid freaking unicorn. Plan to fix the situation. But give me one phrase where you admit what is undoubtedly indisputably true can be backed up by all kinds of statistics. A lot of these people are drug addicts who have no interest in working. Just that bench in your three page story about the tragedy of the cost of housing and all the money of by money. Mike taxpayer money my kids money that you're going to throw at these people. Just give me that one little phrase. We're admit there's a bunch of freakin losers who have no interest in participating in society that are part of the story. Don't act like every damn one of them is some of them have got a medical bill and all of a sudden. They're homeless or one. Bad break are evil capitalist system. In here they are. Just give me that one sentence. And i'll read your story with an open. Mind boy amen amen. They quote a homeless person. It's cool to see the city step in their game up. At least they're trying to do something few dude few. What are you doing. I don't know about this individual guy but as a crowd who aren't doing anything today today you're gonna get drunk or hi and lay around and beg for money. That's what you're going to do. Because she's very happy to see the city step their game up step. You're freaking game up. God dang it that pisses me off. What do you ever see stories or they talk about the losers never and let me point out if we were having a conversation right now with a homeless activist type. That would be a really reasonable demand question. When can you acknowledge at least some of those people are junkies. Don't wanna work or drunks. But you're not even asking that of the homeless activist you're asking it of journalists to just give me that one kernel of truth that everybody can see you got a bunch of bumps and junkies in your neighborhood. You're one hundred percent aware that you're aware that more near aware of anything and yet you never get a kernel of that in the journalist. Now it's a great point and one other edition. Iran's they throw the money at these people keep in mind and i grew up in chicago. Land watching this not not what the bums junkies necessarily but with other causes noble causes they throw the money at their cronies who claim to be ready to solve the problems they claim to be in the. Neighborhood's doing good. Oh yeah and there are super reliable. Vote to yeah. Well well ranted. That is so true. You don't even get a whiff of that. I think about some of the friends of armstrong and getty send us emails and pictures. And all of what's going on in their neighborhood and the syringes in the drunks in the robberies the garage burglaries in the assault and the kids terrified to play outdoors on a street. They played for years with their little friends. And this guy's lecturing the city on stepping up their game. Good god the great progressive experiment continues. How's your utopia coming along. It's been a while since. I've said that feels good blockbuster. Announcement from joe. Manchin the senator from west. Virginia the legendary swing vote in the fifty fifty senate regularly. I know about the vpn regularly called now. The most powerful person in washington dc. Any absolutely as he said yesterday that under no circumstances would he vote to eliminate or weaken the legislative filibuster. He has made a definitive statement on the topic. Dealing a blow to democrats hopes obama rushing major aspects of president. Biden's agenda through congress. But there's more the west virginia senator also suggested in an op. Ed published in the washington. Post that he would be opposed to using the budget. Reconciliation process under which certain legislation requires only a majority vote again to circumvent the filibuster which exist to make sure that the majority cannot run roughshod over the minority in the senate and the filibuster used over and over and over and over and over again by democrats in mitch. Mcconnell senate so that is a major blow to the biden effort to to jam through their progressive. You combine that with the increasing narrative in pop culture. The joe biden's a doddering old fool. I think we're in a very different place than we were a month ago. In terms of the biden administration's mo-jo speaking of that carmela. What is going on with her. Where is she. She's busy taking care of the border. As being named the borders are and then clarified to be the border diplomacies are. Although she hasn't done she she spoke with the president of guatemala. From what i understand. But she hasn't press conferences made any announcements or anything and Nikki haley was bringing the thunder. And i think i'm starting to need glasses again. Do we have that nikki. Haley clip is looking for somebody. Get that normal. Shows would prefer this in advance. But that's got twenty three. I'll take your word for it. It's not about coming up with a new solution. We have the solution. i mean. The trump administration had the same migrant problem but they fixed it and what they did. Was they use tough love with our friends. He said this is what we expect of you. We will partner with you. But you've got control the situation in your country if they want asylum they have to cli- from their from mayor he worked through the through mexico. Which is where they were coming from to. Make sure that we had a handle on it. And then she gets to come la- harrison some point. Do we have that one. It's really unacceptable. Biden is so obsessed with trump reversals. That he'll literally put the american public and these kids at risk the way he is. And then he gives calmly harris Apparently she's the one in charge. This is the same person that encouraged seven thousand migrants to come to america. She referred to as the kkk. She's now in charging that she's been missing in action. God help us if she ever becomes president because if this how she handles a crisis i mean i just can't imagine how she would run. Our country got there. She ever becomes president. There is a decent chance you just heard the opening salvo in the first two female presidential election. Yeah could be. I'd say it's one in four. Which at this point is is a pretty strong state. So i know people complain number. Tim i start talking about the twenty twenty four presidential race since we just wrapped up but if if the former secretary of state pompeo runs as he is and tim scott the Black senator from south carolina who who's really good runs and nikki haley runs. Yeah that's a strong field. It is strong field but what if trump then decides to run do they all take on trump to try to get the nomination. I i think trump running is extremely unlikely. Most of the pundits seem to say that. I just i'm going with my gut here. It's not a consensus of any kind of just. He likes his life. I'm not sure he intended to be president. The first time he ran he's going to be four years older. He'll have gotten used to not being hounded constantly. And i just. I don't see him working up the mo jo run again is incredibly unlike. It's simply i. I don't think we ever elect somebody near biden's age again. I think that's the thing known. Ages jaw yeah. I'm way ahead of the curve on all sorts of stuff or hate speech from the young positive sean regrettable. He gets left out of the conversation a lot though is old and he'll be even older and we could be coming off president. Where if if the late night. Comedians are making a man. He's losing it jokes two months in where we're gonna be by two thousand twenty four on presidents though right in historians can tell you a lot of what happens in especially electorally is a reaction to the last thing that happened and sean though his his opinion is just dripping with ageism and congress if if it's ageism to not want eighty year old president i just like sparring not want a sixty zero president year olds. We don't need eight-year-old leaders. I would to a sixty year old president well right but as it becomes viscerally undeniable that you don't want a doddering old fool who peak was twenty years ago. I mean anyway as president. You're going to see a reaction of that and we will probably see a desire for youth. Youthful leadership i mean and it doesn't end with biden nancy for goodness sakes mentioning steny. Hoyer all of them more the sinking of the loose. I mean it's incredible. Chuck schumer. Yeah another fallon joke. Making that point when we come back among other things. It's so funny. Austria the armstrong and getty show that pre. We're taking down. The road of virus like took down a fellow on my block called kansas city. Dennis through my doggy door steal my bubble gum gum with new back then support gum bite off a piece of alive pig's ear pretty good. Choose our part with blowing bubble. How jimmy fallon mocking are elderly president. Shooting off a live pigs ear. Not a joke. We got a lot of texts. Bought are homeless conversation. I bid one hundred dollars for an nf of jack's homeless rant. I'll bet one hundred and fifty. I blame the cough syrup. I stand by every word. But i blame the cough syrup. Wow if cough syrup brought us that gay get him. Another spoonful or two Woman with the world's longest fingernails cut them off. After nearly thirty years we'll have full team coverage next our fabulous so at these chauvin derek chauvin murder trial in minneapolis which i am kinda stopped following. I've been chicken. The headlight the head. Lou highlights every single day. We'll you should check your headlights every day. But i should folks hopped up on cough sir toward strait-jacket been checking the headlight head a highlights every day and it is not going his direction. You make the point you know when the when the the defense gets their turn when the prosecution's making their case it's supposed to be going away. But i mean it just in a way that i can't imagine you can. You can come back for the number of people. The his bosses people who trained him. Paramedics everybody's saying no. He's doing things he shouldn't do firefighters. People don't do that. Yeah what it's gonna turn into as reasonable doubt fast and that began in kind of strange way yesterday Prosecutors at derek. Chauvin is murder. Trial seemed jolted when one of their most important witnesses initially testified. That during george floyd detention by police while he appear to be in fear for his life early on he stated i ate too many drugs which he has a history of having swallowed a bunch of drugs in a previous encounter with police and of course the reason that matters is the defense is going to try to make the case that he didn't die the pressure on the neck really. He died because he had a massive overdose and had a heart attack. Floyd who was later pronounced dead could be heard speaking on an audiovisual recording. The witness agent. James ryerson in the minnesota bureau of criminal apprehension acknowledged during cross examination by the defense that he could hear floyd say. I ate too many drugs. It was clear. Prosecutors were taken aback by this testimony on redirect examination prosecutor. Press ryerson the cop. Who's the lead investigator in the probe on floyd's death whether he'd ever carefully reviewed the audio before nelson asked him to do and across roberson said he had not then after a break when he would have had an opportunity to meet with prosecutors which i believe is strictly against the rules bought one hundred percent with that since a third witness but anyway after the break upon further questioning ryerson said you know now i believe floyd said i ain't do no drugs not i ate too many drugs. I ain't do know drugs difficult to understand what prosecutors were thrown for loop rates. The national review win and why ryerson was obviously unprepared for nelson's questioning earlier on wednesday and cross examining one of the state's use of force experts. Jody steiger of the lapd nelson played nelson. The lawyer play the same recording and asked if steiger could hear floyd say i ate too many drugs steiger who had not carefully reviewed the audio before being asked said. I can't make out exactly what it was sad so it was kind of weird that the prosecution wasn't ready for that but if you're a juror and you're in that room and you've got experts saying yeah i think he died from a drug overdose speed. Got some experts saying you know. I think the neon the neck could've killed him with all. The people saying chauvin did something he shouldn't have done. I'd be fine with with you. Know if i got to go one way or the other going toward children killed him because he he no because of all the awful things that he did in the eyes of the experts. You know what. I'm going to put aside. I'm going to table that comment for a second and tell you the judge will lecture the jury sincerely and at length about beyond a reasonable doubt what that means on the other hand what you just described. That's the way real. Jurors think. Right when i got a question around that. So stay okay. Armstrong and getty fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more. Is that shakespeare no. It's geico. Yeah that shakespeare from one of his unpublished works which be not for awakening. Ma give other batteries for fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more no. It's from geico. 'cause they help save people money. Well i hate to break it to you but geico got it from shakespeare gyco fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percents or more the armstrong and getty show. I think we know what the correct verdict is. And if it's not applied it's gonna make the the derek chauvin rights will make the george floyd rights look like prom night so this ugly stuff and i think is not just a threat to every american coast to coast but specifically those twelve people in the jury box. I think those people are thinking boy. If we vote to quit are they going come. Burn our houses down. I kill our loved ones attack our businesses if they're business owners and that shouldn't way even as much as as much as a feather in the mind of any american juror but i think in this case it's more like a an anvil on their heads. Yeah i think that's probably right that chance name which i just closed off. My screen deroy murdock. I believe american political commentator and model and black lives matter activist. Maya eccles who. I've never heard of in my life in hope to never again but she has hundreds of thousands of instagram followers. Or something she. Some model head said Minnesota will suffer riots and vandalism if former minneapolis police officer. Derek chauvin is not convicted. If george floyd's murderer is not sentenced just know that all hell is going to break loose. Don't be surprised when buildings around fire just saying so a couple of high profile jury results in the last couple of decades. Sorry one more one. More quick quote. I'm just tired of you. Guys not putting the correct narrative out there. I don't care if the whole city burns down. We need justice. She later attempted to soften her remarks. Anyway whatever It'd be a tough one though. If i was a juror or and you got the You've got a couple of bosses and trainers and everything saying he didn't need to kneel on the guy's neck that long he didn't follow the training. That's not what we're supposed to do. I saw one guy testifying yesterday. I watched him the whole time. He had always wait in the guys neck. That's not what we're trained to do blah blah blah. That's that was powerful testimony right there. Yeah and and and so even if you even if you have people testifying took a whole bunch of drugs and it's a good chance of drugs kill them. How do i know he wouldn't have died even without the drugs. If i mean with show wtn's attitudinally knows. Wait on his neck for nine minutes. So i don't know was on a reasonable doubt. You don't have to know you. Just all the only thing you have to know is that you know he's guilty and if you're not quite sure you let them go in theory because you've got the jury in the the oj case. It seems pretty clear at this point but they were trying to correct the wrongs of decades of police abusing black people with the verdict in the oj. Trial then less less about of more specific in the robert blake trial. That's the famous tv actor who killed his scumbag wife or girlfriend or whatever. She was a wife. Yeah everybody seems to believe in that case it was yeah. We think he probably killed her but she had it common so we are off. I mean that seems to be what the jury verdict. Was there yet now granted. Nobody died but i was in an aggravated assault and salt and battery jury and in the long and short of it was two guys had a beef. They got in a fight. The guy who lost the fight got the worst injuries really had it common and so was the guy technically guilty out but We couldn't get twelve. Oaks said the hell with it. Cinema home and acquitted. The guy. did people say it out loud. When you're doing the deliberating he had it coming. And then you'd say yeah but technically we're going to follow the rule of law which is what we're supposed to do this guy addict common. Did it was at that black and white or it wasn't quite that simple but yeah it was was it. Mutual combat was a guy just defend himself and and and he did better and and and how. The fight started mattered. It mattered in people's hearts boy. And then how about who this jury if you yeah i think the guy you know passing bad checks. He's hassling the cops and he took enough drugs to kill an elephant but do didn't need to lean on his neck for so long. All you know all these other people say it was a terrible thing for the cop to do. And if we don't convict him. Something cities across america gonna burn. I just i wonder if that's gonna play a role in their decision that way. It's one hundred percent certain that will play a role in in one or more jurors decision. You may be all say it out loud though what you said it out loud. Then you've really got a problem you'd have a wh- what do you do if your jury and you go to the judge and say hey look. They're they're not. They're not doing what we're supposed to do here right right. They're worried about the way they're worried about writing the streets as a result as opposed to applying the law right. Yeah that would be an issue so people will probably be fairly subtle about it but you're also granted a fair amount of leeway as a juror that look at it can get heated a time. So you know it's not it's not like Woke twitter where if you dare say something. You shouldn't have somebody jumps down your throat. That could be uncomfortable position to be in because nobody tells you how to deliberate. They say go in there and figure it out yet being incredibly comfortable uncomfortable. I certainly don't feel like if chauvin spends time in jail then. A horrible miscarriage of justice is occurred. The i hear you even if it was the drugs. That killed george. Floyd i hear you and there will be jurors who will make that argument. We've got to get this guy with something. There's got to be a sanction for what he did interesting. I tell you this though. There won't be these subtleties as people are smashing out windows in stores and streets all across america. No of the going but Long story short. I if you're asking. Will the verdict be something different than a scientific assessment of the evidence hundred percent interesting dealing with humans so even the new york times national review. Some of your heavyweight publications are reporting that caitlyn. Jenner is talking to people like brad pascal. Who ran trump's campaign winning campaign the red headed guy who's like the The computer social network. Yeah and then they. They had some rocky times for the reelection. Was that grandpa skelton. Par scale got drunken bought his wife and ended up on the sidewalk and allegedly wanted seen the video. He was willing. You've seen the video allegedly anyway. He's advising caitlyn jenner on running for governor in california. So it's a serious conversation is it. you don't think it is why i believe him. And caitlyn jenner or having serious conversation. The modern celebrity obsessed world. I think it's your jack your way better at calculus than i ever was. Inside the parentheses of caitlyn jenner. And brad. Parcel it. Serious okay right. Outside of those parentheses the greater equation. I'm thinking even wacky california you know. Look caitlyn jenner. I almost used the beat word. Fairly bright person. Good at the pole vault. Arnold laid out great eloquent defences of the free market and and his love of america. He turns out he was a phony piece of crap. A disappointment but campaign was really effective. This doesn't matter at all. But caitlin jenner likes women dudes relationships sexually speaking do we. I have no idea. I don't know. I don't pay attention. Decorating the governor's mansion. Or what. I don't i don't know i just i don't know what. Wait caitlyn jenner will bring a how how good her rhetoric is or anything. It just never pay attention. It just seems like a lot of people in california would love to have the first trains governor. If she was actually a famous popular person. I would be on your corner. One hundred percent but neither of those things caitlyn jenner's not a famous popular not popular roundabout way. She's well known but nobody lesser he and hailed her as like the athlete of the millennium. Or something like that. In an incredibly woke idiotic. Spasm of ridiculous. I don't think she has a base to build from. Doesn't have the half the celebrity okay in waters sitting democrat. So what was that special. That was on several years ago and got such high ratings. That's when the first coming out explaining his her life with Not barbara walters Yeah i have a vague. Memory of it wasn't oprah was no haired woman squinty eyes dateline or twenty twenty one of those shows if i think of her name squinty as you just can't help you. Oh you see. We're arkansas. Legislature override overrode. The governor's veto of that law. That says children people under the age. Eighteen cannot have irreversible gender change procedures now. Of course the mainstream media is telling you as a hateful anti lbj t q law that sought to discriminate but the idea of the legislature was look. These are children. Nothing euro versatile. Until you're an adult then you can live your own life. I find it a thoroughly defensible point of view. But you know it's a minority opinion certainly in the media world diane sawyer. Now in two thousand fifteen. That was a highly rated network interview that the whole country was talking about the next day But she's still not a celebrity enough to run for governor. you don't think now cover of vanity fair. When that happened win that all happened. She probably could have gotten some political traction. I just think that's too far gone here today. Gone today or man. I could lose out. I believe that if if little naza x. where the person in discussion. Oh yeah he's got a shot right. Oh man you buy. That's the sort of mindshare popularity or whatever with this devil blood shoes soon. We'll take your calls. No no we want all right. So what's coming up. I don't know. I don't know i just don't know. Oh how about well. We have all sorts of good stuff. Five whoa corporations who condemned georgia. Well doing big business with china. That's good help hypocrites. Hiba crete corporate accuracy. Jack is corporations exercise over sized overweight control over the electorate over our electoral process. They've come out as one-sided boosters of one party is this healthy whether it's google or amazon were twitter or whoever. You're concerned about where that's headed. Well yeah those are. That's a little different from like coca cola delta airlines because they are such a brokers of information anybody like tied into the o. Community trans community or the woke left community. Have any idea if caitlyn jenner could be. You know a thing or as being a conservative automatically. Make her no go. Yeah i think she's just a nobody you don't mention her. Among the those communities have group sex line is four. One five two nine five k. Ftc draw the armstrong and getty show in our four. Probably should re explain how we don't actually have an infrastructure crisis. I was not aware of this. Because i'd been told by so many people for so many years that we have crumbling bridges and roads and we're way behind the rest of the world. Well charles lane in the washington post. Who's left by the points out now. We actually ranked toward the top in all categories. And we've got anything but a crisis when it comes to infrastructure. Can't wait to dig into that sean. Romi clip fifty. This is steve. Harrigan of fox news the clothing company patagonia is donating one million dollars to political groups in georgia. Who wants to overturn what they say is a restricted voting law. Georgia governor brian. Kemp says the left is involved in a shakedown to raise money by lying. About the laws features this is all about a narrative pushed the unconstitutional takeover of federalizing elections with hr one in our one. And also these was make millions of dollars to near offs. So the governor making a point there. That's under discussed by lefty media for obvious reasons. The big flap over georgia is mostly so congress can justify federalizing election rules even though the constitution says it goes to the states. The democrats have both houses and they want to move quickly now to enshrine the fast and loose. Massive mail outs of absentee ballots. Vote harvesting just everything that makes it hard to ensure the fidelity of elections. They want to get that through as quickly as possible. That's the big flap over georgia. Now the fact that it's a purple state can go either way in the next couple of elections. Yeah that's a factor too but it is no coincidence that congress is considering a h. b. one hospital one in senate resolution one or whatever the heck it's called One more quote from the harrison report fifty one place. Those critical of the all star game being moved to chorus field point out. That georgia's still has more early voting days than colorado saf carolina. Gop senator tim scott. At on twitter atlanta's fifty one percent. Black denver is nine point. Two percent black folks are at it again and rand. Paul of all people is absolutely hammering georgia including former gubernatorial candidate. Stacey abrams ran says she and other democrats are squirrelly to blame for major league. Baseball's decision to put the all star game out of atlanta. She had been hammering the jim crow narrative and then And then when the all star game got moved she panicked and said well. Let's not do this with do those with boycotts. it's another example of politicians thinking. Listen i'm gonna a really whip up with way over the top rhetoric. Because i can handle it. No nothing too crazy will happen. And trump did trump. Did it too. But stacey abrams did it now. It's biting her hard in the hiney ran. Says there's all these people who are awoke but now even the woke like stacey. Abrams are starting to see. Oh no what. Have i unleashed. I just lost my state. One hundred million dollars in revenue. And of course he disputed the jim crow characters they re characterization which is utterly just immoral to call it that way a statement. Go ahead No i'll let you finish rand in a statement last week ms abrahams hill supporters. Please do not boycott us. Minorities are the most likely to be hurt by potential boycotts of georgia but republicans say are incendiary comments about voter suppression jim. Crow were responsible for the major league baseball exit. And i would say to stacy abrams if you claim this. Is jim crow two point. Oh you echo the president's rhetoric. How could anybody do anything. But boy kat your state. You're claiming it's a return to the most loathesome racism next to slavery in our nation's history. You do you think you can make claims like that without repercussions one thing you might not understand is when you see a headline like there are fifty five. Gop led bills to restrict voting across twenty four states in america. You hear that sort of thing and you think oh no. That's not good. And there are some examples out there in various states of trying to restrict voting in ways. That i don't like but in general the reason there are so many of those right now is with the pandemic going on states throughout all kinds of things that we've never done before and now the republican party is saying we need to have laws so that we don't do that anymore. Let's and so they're pulling back from a once in a century one off weird pandemic year pulling back from those standards but in many cases it's still farther toward more open voting than we had before. So it's technically true to say. The republicans have introduced fifty five bills to restrict voting but the restricting it from an unusual year back toward what the way we used to do it right. Compared to twenty twenty it's restrictive compared to twenty eighteen. It's liberal right and that's because it took me a couple of minutes to explain that he gets lost right right do we. Don't have lindsey. Graham statement. Lindsay just brought it against biden man. He just hammered him for the jim crow stuff and i promise this we barely have any time. But i'll i'll hit it really quickly whoops. That's the wrong click here. We go five woke corporations who condemned georgia but are still doing big business with china and there are many of them but major league baseball great example they've got a new streaming relationship with the chinese communist government they don't care about those slaves and concentration camps torture and forced abortions and imprisoning christians to the disavow the religion and muslims and the respite j. p. morgan among the first to publicly decried georgia's election integrity bill. Because that's what it is if we lose confidence in the integrity of our voting process is we will lose our country. We need to air to the side of being careful. That's not being racist. That's not disenfranchising people. That's being smart city group likewise oppose the georgia election law But like j. p. morgan. They're heavily involved in china's financial markets. Coca cola the brave iconic georgia. Brian cracking down on their home states. While they are in bed with china doing huge business there are kowtowing to the chinese delta airlines more or less the same story. This is corporate takeuchi. And it's as dumb as democracy. I wonder if this is like the the far end of the pendulum. And it's going to come back before continuing down that road. That's a great question and getty they friends armstrong and getty here and mike lindell. The inventor and ceo of my pillow wants to give back to our listeners. You can get great discounts on all my pillow products right now. Mypillow dot com click on the radio listener. Special get deep discounts on my pillow mattress toppers towels and much more. 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Where's The Outrage When Children Die?

The Sean Hannity Show

1:35:03 hr | 1 year ago

Where's The Outrage When Children Die?

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There's more I forgot about the failure of socialism than I had remembered in the researching of live, free or America will die. And the world is on the brink and America's on the brink. If they implement that which they say that they are going to implement. America, as we know, it will become unrecognisable. There's not a single. Issue of agreement that I now see. Between. What is the modern left wing radical Socialist Democratic Party? As now led by Joe Biden Ansi Pelosi, and Chuck Schumer. One hundred and twenty five years of unmitigated failure. That is their track record. That is who they are. This is what they represent. And what they're proposing should shock the country. Joe Biden promising to raise taxes through the roof. All remember the green new deal. What are they going to do? They're gonNA confiscate as much money as they. They probably need and I'll tell you even if they did it. It doesn't begin to pay for the promises. The false promises the lies that is socialism that is a proven failure time and time again one day I'm just going to go through the history of the failure socialism I. Do it in the book. Live for your die, but. I'm telling you. You cannot promise in ten years to spend ninety four trillion dollars. Just on the new green deal. Another fifty two trillion medicare for all or try and repair what is dilapidated broken down failure that we call obamacare? Keep your Doctor Plan and save on average twenty five hundred bucks a year. Well millions lost the doctors. Millions lost their plans. And the where on average across the country were all paying about two hundred percent more. There's almost forty percent of this country. Forty percent. That now has one. Obama Biden care option. That's it. So, how did that work out for you now? They're going to guarantee you. What a government job! Now! They're going to guarantee you government healthy food now. They're going to get rid of you know. Gas Oil coal the lifeblood of the world's economy. then. They're going to promise you retirement then. They're going to promise you free college then they're gonNA. Give you know forgiveness for student debt. Then they're going to give give you everything and anything you could ever want. It's in some. It's appealing. I guess on the level. If, wow, I, don't I don't ever have to worry about another thing for the rest of my life. The government's GonNa take care of me. Well if you just take out a calculator. Or maybe do the math in your head because it's not that hard. Or maybe if you like Joe and you're from whatever centuries he's from, you know. He had those old style views on race and immigration that we went over in great detail yesterday that nobody else is right. Nobody else in the media. They never gonNA cover it. You. Know Biden has a history of failure on the US. This is why they have no standing on race. I've gone through every dumb thing that they've said over and over and over again. I mean it's amazing. The media mob that they are. You know they're not challenging Democrats. Say those older Democrats. These are the people they point to. As their mentors. The people that stood up and filibustered the Civil Rights Act of sixty four, and the voting rights act of sixty five all of them. Starting With Biden Migrate Friend My mentor Robert Byrd, he filibustered the sixty four civil rights act. Voting Rights Act. He praised. He Prays Robert Hillary Praised Bird Bill Clinton praised them. Pelosi praised him. Schumer praised of Imagine Donald Trump had praised him. Just think for a second. What do you think the how do you think the mob in the media would have reacted if in fact that was the case, because it was eighty percent of Republicans in the House that supported the civil. Rights Act and in the Senate it was eighty two percent of Republicans. And a much lower percentage at Democrats. Lyndon Johnson to get that historic legislation passed. He had to rely on the Republican Party to get that done. The same party of the emancipation, proclamation and Lincoln. I know every two years in every four years that you know Republicans, a racist and sexist, and you know the whole list I've I've played example after example. I can do it again if you want me to. But you get the point. You know imagine if these were the positions. Of. Donald Trump. How do you think the mob would be reacting? What do you think the mob would be saying? How would the mob attack Donald Trump? Because I'M GONNA. Tell you something. It's not that hard to figure out is. Not that hard. If you look at Joe Biden's record to figure out his positions, you know for example now he supports reparations, but well he has said in the past I. Don't feel responsible for the sins of bothering grandfather, I feel responsible with what the situation is today for the sins of my generation on I'll be damned, he said. If I feel responsible to pay for what happened three hundred years ago. Member, it's Biden. WHO OPPOSED COURT ORDERED? Integration and busing, and these unless we do something about this, my children are going to grow up in a jungle. The jungle being quote a racial jungle. With tensions built so high that it's going to explode at some point. He held onto those views deep into the eighties when he's running for president. You know the first time. That's how nuts he is. And goes on for their and then his comments about predators. In own support, you know, remember it was. You got to remember something here. He's because remember. He said well. They're going to be predators. Fifteen years from now they must be taken off the streets. Well, that is what resulted in despair, disparity and sentencing. That's that happened right there. He was right on the front lines and advocating for this that was fixed by Donald, trump. Criminal Justice. Reform Police, reform, Donald Trump. Support for historically black colleges more money for a greater commitment of time than any president in history. Opportunities owns. The garden of that's trump's idea that wasn't. Joe Or barracks idea. You know you look at opportunities owns everything in between but more importantly. Tim. Over substance the substances clear. Is that no president has shattered more record low unemployment records and Donald Trump. It's it's month after month after month. Record low unemployment for every demographic group especially minorities in America. They didn't accomplish that in the eight years of Barack and Joe. And accomplish any of these things. And the media the? Why didn't they do any of these things? One hundred and twenty-five years combined experience. Pelosi Schumer Biden what it never dawned on them that maybe they can you know restore peace and safety and security. In the hometown of Barack Obama. Because they never barely mentioned it nate years. They bail everything. I don't care if it's taxes, I don't care if it's burdensome, regulation I don't care if it's judges Supreme Court. Justices I don't care if securing the border versus sanctuary cities and states amnesty I don't care if it's energy independence, I. Don't care if it's better trade deals I don't care if it's a tougher foreign policy. I mean you have split right down the middle? The biggest choice election in history. And I love these these Rhino Republicans. They just hate Donald Trump. Okay John Bolton comes out with a stupid book. By the way I actually looked at the numbers, the mob and the media. He didn't sell anywhere near seven hundred fifty thousand copies. That's a lie. Know where that came from? Out there touting everything? In the room John. Why didn't you say something? I haven't heard that question asked of him. And if you really think John I thought you cared about. Not Appeasing Mullah's in Iran. What Biden's get gets elected I'll. I'll blame I'll blame the likes of John Bolton if another hundred and fifty billion in cash in other currency and up on the tarmac of malls in Iran. Because he'll be partly responsible. You think what has happened with Israel and recognizing Jerusalem as its capital recognizing. Gaza Golan Heights the best partnership. The Israel and the United States has ever heard. I didn't see that happen under Biden and Barack. I saw more hostility towards Israel than ever before that I can remember. Foreign Policy Peace through strength rebuilding our military. Being prepared for you know knowing we live in a dangerous world governed by the use of powerful military force, needing the best and latest and greatest technology. That's all on the ballot. Why does it matter I I understand everyone wants to talk about the memorials. Okay well, let's talk about it. Can we first secure the safety? Of every man, woman and child especially children. EVERY GRANDMA GRANDPA, every mom and dad. In ours in every city every town in America because these these democratic run cities for decades. He's Democratic Blue States for decades. They haven't done a damn thing to keep anybody safe and secure. Want the latest statistics. I got him I. Come into the show prepared. Every day is the violence is now with this de-fund the police madness. It's sweeping across the nation. Over thousand cops injured. What? Have families they want to go home to. They're willing to risk their lives. The good ninety nine percent. Six kids have died in just the last few days. Ages six to fourteen to you know their names. I've given out their names. eighty-seven shootings in Chicago. Over the weekend, seventeen fatalities, thirteen of the shooting victims under fourteen. Same thing in New York eleven deaths from gun violence from Friday through Sunday now we're killing six year old kids seven year old kids eight year. Old Kids are getting killed. Atlanta eight year old kid. And you look at Look at Chicago seven year old, little girl playing in a grandma's backyard. Shot in, the head! Dead. You know her name. Because, I mentioned her name, ask yourself. Do you know the name? Yards? Are you don't? That's that's another problem. What they get a pass for not doing what should be their fundamental. Responsibility in terms of governance. Keep your citizenry safe and secure, so then they can pursue happiness. Then fix your busted up school system like Oh Baltimore Thirteen public high, schools not one child, proficient in math, and its third per capita in terms of. Spending per child. More than than every other city, basically in the industrialized world, how do you fail at that level and not step in to fix it? and. Let me tell you if you look at Baltimore New York City New York State New Jersey. You. Look at Michigan with this. This governor you look at Los Angeles. You look at Minneapolis. You'll look at Atlanta. The city, not the state of Georgia. All the cities we're talking about this violence and these failed. Schools have been run by Democrats for decades. Most of the state's been. They've been run by Democrats for decades. Let me. It's all on the line. Or this country I predict becomes unrecognizable. That's what I predict. Hundred nineteen days. You're the ultimate jury. Hey Sean Hannity here and I think we should spend a live less time owing our lawns on a little more time with our friends and families, so spending hours and hours cutting the grass while it's time for you to make a change, try a new hustler zero turn lawn mower. It's the best now not only. Will you cut the lawn and less time? It's so comfortable so simple to drive. You're actually GONNA. Forget your even working in your yard. LOOK HUSTLER TURF! It's one of the largest manufacturers of zero turn lawn mowers in the country. They're the experts they've been doing. 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By the way Kudos to the Georgia governor who's declared a state of emergency over the deadly shootings there that took the life of a young girl. you know the Atlanta mayor now apparently she has Kobe, and I. Do wish her the best of health, but anyway she has been seen as a viable vice presidential pick for the corrupt, and let's say computers Joe Biden now. She's going to have to respond to critics over her handling of the armed protesters that were on buying as I showed on TV weeks ago, the Wendy's restaurant because that's where the shooting of this eight year old girl Sequoia Turner took place. Why didn't she clear it out? Why didn't they do it in the Chop Chaz? Love Spaghetti potluck. Dinners Zone. They didn't do it. New York Post editorial today to comrade the Blasios do something about the people dying in the streets of New York. While he did some, they cut a billion dollars for the police force. NYPD commissioner says. This is really dumb. A new is going to require New York cops to have personal insurance for liability lawsuits. Forget it quit. There's no point they won't let you do your job. At and T. seventy six dollars a month horizon wireless eighty dollars a month sprint, ninety two bucks a month, and that is what the average family of four saving a month on their cellphone service by switching to pure talk USA now if you're looking to cut costs and free up some cash on a monthly basis star today, make the switch to pure talk USA. USA and pure talk. They covered ninety nine percent of all Americans. Their call centers all based right here in America. There chairman and CEO is a US vet. Now thousands of my smartest listeners have made the switch. They're saving real money. The question is have you just go to pure talk USA dot com enter the Promo Code Sean for unlimited talk and unlimited. Unlimited text and two gigs of data for just twenty bucks a month I. 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You know that it's it's nothing that is even remotely sustainable. But yet they push it. They drive it. We have great news on the economy. Now the jobs are coming back a record number. WE HAVE CNBC hiring surge to six point five million. From four point zero five million April. And separations plunged sixty percent, according to the Labor Department. And they point out also that the layoffs. The layoff rate tumbled from five point nine percent in April. It's down to one point. Four percent hiring showed the biggest monthly gain ever. Separations meaning with companies furloughs, etc.. We also know that. That is now at a much lower rate. They posted their late largest drop as Americans now are going back to work. Started may follow through June. And now employment vacancies also shot up rising eight percent. Openings totaled. What five point four million and it's only gonNA get better in the month of July and the month of August and the month of September and October I guess that's bad news politically for the Democrats. You have this video? Did you see the video? We put it on Hannity Dot Com this man holding the hand of his daughter if I had to guess his age. Or the age of the little girl, what was she linda? Maybe two three years old I have a very young girl. Look like three Marian. Child Yeah, her father's hold her hand. Yeah, all right so car in the middle of the day they're. They're literally crossing the street holding hands together. That won't happen again. Because he was assassinated right there on the streets of the Bronx New York. Great Job Comrade de Blasio. You know you have other. You know that disturbing video. That was literally. In the Bronx, and and it and in broad daylight. Unbelievable You got two men murdered another wounded during a close shootout in a Bronx apartment building. We have that surveillance video recorded. Sunday evening inside a building near College Avenue Clermont. tweeted by the Chief of Detectives Rodney Harrison showing three men peaking down a staircase than making a beeline for an apartment, two gunmen suddenly emerge one from the staircase, the other from down the hallway, according to the footage, one suspect appears to fire his weapon once before disappearing down the staircase while the other pops off several shots. The clip then cuts as two of the victims are struggling on the ground while the third man is desperately trying to open the door. Cops say at twenty two year old man was shot Multiple Times twenty seven year old man took a bullet in the neck, pronounced dead Bronx Care Health, system CHICAGO. We have a pass to reacting to the violence. Especially, the death of the seven year old little girl. And Pastor was on Fox and friends this morning describing meeting with the family. I mean how how do you recover from that? What did I say with? George Floyd imagine if that was your son or daughter. And a knee on the. How would you feel? What, if it's your six seven eight year old child? That's killed. Or your grandchild. That's how do you feel? This isn't that hard to figure out. That's this is the most. Simplest, most fundamental role of government. Now, finally in Minneapolis City Council forgot to check with. Many of the people of Minneapolis. The black community in Minneapolis, according to Breitbart black leaders in Minneapolis, now beginning to speak out against proposals to de-fund or abolish the police after the democratic dominated city council voted unanimously to dismantle the city's police department. Minneapolis Star Tribune reporting that there is strong pushback. From African American leaders against the radical proposals by black lives matter. Remember the group black lives matter. They're the ones that chanted. What do we want dead cops when we want him now and pigs in a blanket and FRY like Bacon? Local African American leaders are using words like a grievous GIS and grotesque and absurd and crazy to describe this anti police plan. The council members all. They're secure in their safe because they're spending taxpayer dollars to hire private security. Isn't it nice to be a politician. All the democratic politicians and leaders in Washington they all have security armed. Them get. Government funded jets like Speaker Pelosi got. The Hollywood stars. They've got enough money to hire their own security forces. And it's unbelievable. Atlanta mayor's under huge fire. Why did she allow? All of these people. To congregate around the Wendy's I mean we had a Fox reporter Steve. Harrigan was live on the air one night. And I had reported that night. Bernie Kerik had give me a tip who was down in Atlanta. With police officers, the ninety nine percent of good officers that risked their lives put their lives on the line to protect and serve their community. And then that Wendy's where ray shot brooks with that incident went down taken over by guys. Long guns and they are fifteen's. The mayor did nothing. Now. A little kid is dead year. Sikora, Turner. Why didn't the mayor do something now? The governor of Georgia to his credit. Brian, Kemp is going to deploy a thousand National Guard troops. That's the right call. That's what they should have done. Right after this started to happen, you can't let city streets become endeared and taken over by anarchists like they did in the chop zone. The CHAZ zone the summer of Free Love Zone. I mean when I interviewed this horace. This poor man who lost a son Horace. Anderson is his name. Lorenzo Harsh Lorenzo Anderson. His son's name was Horace Lorenzo Anderson Juniors nineteen year. Old Son was murdered. Now one person in Seattle home. No elected official called this man. The governor never called this man. President apparently watching Hannity. Called in God, his number and called him. President had been begging Washington state begging the city of Seattle to accept the help. The president spent offering help. Whatever. They need. They keep declining. They. Keep saying. We don't want you he why? Why not? Governor camp. He's doing the right thing. It just is unbelievable. That? We're allowing this to happen. And I'm going to take. We're not going to be a better country for it, and you know I I guess if you listen to the mob in the media, you know out Sharpton. Condemning I thought the president's speech at Mount. Rushmore! was literally talking about American goodness American. Greatness American exceptionalism! Perfection No, no people on the face of the earth of perfect. We know that. But our constitutional. System Allows us to rightly correct wrongs, injustices and evils, and we've done it and we've got a long way to go and we'll do it again. With the idea to become a more perfect union. And the mob and the meteorologist. White supremacy. What are they talking about? We're GONNA get lectures from Al. Sharpton on that topic. You know about you know about white people living in caves and I quote we while we were building pyramids. I can go on from there. Pin Yarmulke on. Let's get it on on backwards. Let's put it on. Let's get it on. He's the one that used the N. Word Multiple Times to describe the first African American mayor of the city of New York David Dinkins. I don't even want to hear a CO play I'm sick of hearing it. Washington Post their editor, calling America's a racist and Patriarchal Society. I. Does anyone was sorta like Michelle Obama said for the first time in my adult life I am proud of my country for the first time. You aren't proud of American. We where you proud that Americans join together. And that to save a union, we fought a civil war. Big Part of that was over the issue of slavery. Is Proud of the underground railroad. Harriet Tubman. Going to be a part of the garden of heroes, that president was talking about people. All races colors backgrounds. We'll be represented. Are you proud of the the the Civil Rights Act the Voting Rights Act. Grant I wish it would have happened immediately. Every American does. But that's how you right wrongs. Correct in justices and many people risk their lives I got to know many of these civil rights, pioneers and leaders. When I live down in Atlanta. And maynard Jackson call my radio show the first day on the air. Welcome me to his city. I got to know him. I got to like them. Then I became then I got to respect the Joseph. lowry's of the world the Andy Young, so the world. Became friends with a Hosea Williams of the world. Work with this Guy Pepper Mill Joe you know we were trying to help fix. Some of the the first public housing units that were destroyed like tech, wit, homes and pepper and. And a couple of other things. MAZING people. Even John Lewis Man of real courage. I disagree with their politics. I used to go to forms. They used to debate I. I had no problem. I'll discuss debate any any issue with anybody anywhere. Okay I understand how Democrats you. You want the confederate statues. Okay, does that does that include the democratic statues that Pelosi's father put up in Baltimore. Does. That include, or they're gonNA take back the words of praise. For Robert K. K. K., BIRD Because that's the modern Democratic Party that's why they have no standing. And, why didn't they set record low unemployment for minorities in America? Why did IT TAKE DONALD TRUMP? Why didn't they commit to historically black colleges an opportunity zones? Why didn't they you know? Why didn't they go forward with police reform? Because, they had the opportunity. I make sure every American citizen is safe and secure. Can we do that I? Fix The educational system. Could we do that? And I'm looking at how this you know we're. We're. We're headed here. And I don't like what I see. Not Spiraling out of control and it's GonNa get worse. and. It's going to embolden and empower. Criminal Networks. To literally take control of of areas of of cities and states that we never thought was possible. By the way there is a on the twenty twenty front. Former white. House physician Dr Ronnie Jackson. He was both. The how the White House physician under Obama and trump. He's saying Yeah Joe Biden. Has Cognitive issues says trump took a cognitive test and passed with flying colors is urging Biden take the exact same test. Anyway told this in an interview. He gave to the Kyle Olson show Biden needs to take a cognitive assessment and released the results. I'm not comfortable with him being president. He said I think he's got cognitive issues. But as concerned American. You know. He said he's not diagnosing the former. Vice President. He's not examined. Say but as a concerned American. Who? Happens to be a position. I'm just going to say it's concerning to me. That he's not able to time to complete a sentence and not really know where he's at or what he's doing and we've seen that countless times now. That a fair question, do you have the strength stamina? To take on the hardest job in the world. He also has a failed record that at some point is going to be expo- will do all the I guess vetting like we had to do in two thousand and seven and eight, because the mob won't do it. You know blue, way, Biden bluewave tax hikes by the way could batter the stock market according to. Some research that came out was on Fox News Dot Com Joe Biden warning students. That are that are minorities? They will suffer if schools remained closed I'm not sure exactly what that means. The school systems are failing, and all these blue cities run by politicians for decades by Democrats same with states. Just, look at all of this and you say. How did this happen? They want open borders and closed schools to the left. Why don't we according to the American Pediatric Society wasn't that? They're the ones that said. It's time to open schools. Executive Director of UNICEF, said it. It's a critical step reopening the economy. Joe Biden won't commit to defending our framers and founders. Joe Biden the Liberals in DC and the key. They're incapable of grasping the growing backlash against the canceled culture, movement. Why do you want to you know all of these issues came up about. Jimmy Fallon. And they went after Howard Stern and Jimmy Kimmel and this person said that twenty two years ago and this person was in this skit twenty two years ago. I've never called for anybody to be cancelled. A fired I. Don't do that. The American people get to make those decisions. You either listen or watch or you don't. You know have organized efforts to silence opposing voices. No. I won't be a part of that ever. And by the way I don't like Bill Maher. I don't like Jimmy Kimmel in particular, do like Howard. But I don't like the others. I don't want any I believe in free speech. Make my living doing this. But it's conservatives. They always WANNA sounds now. The left is getting a taste of their own medicine. It's not pleasant as president. Trump has a huge announcement for his top supporters. We'll be celebrating. The two thousand and twenty Republican National Convention this summer, and he wants you to enter for your chance to join him at the convention. If you win, the team will cover the flight hotel. Hotel and give you. VIP passes for yourself and a guest. All you have to do is text I. Two Eight, eight, zero to two today for your chance to meet President Trump at the convention. That's F.. I. R. S. T. Two, eight, eight, zero to two to enter to win this once in a lifetime opportunity to be his special guest paid for by Donald. Trump restaurant nick. Best, you know. I was asked. Probably twelve questions about the confederate flag This president's focused on action, and I'm a little dismayed that I didn't receive one question on the deaths that we got in this country. This weekend I didn't receive one question about New York City shootings doubling for the third straight week, and over the last seven days shooting skyrocket by one hundred forty two percent. Not One question I didn't receive one question about five children who? who were killed and leave you with this remark by a dad broke my heart, a data of an eight year old lost in Atlanta this weekend. They say black lives matters. You killed a child. She didn't do nothing to. Nobody was his quote. We need to be focused on securing our streets. Making sure know what lies loss because all black lives matter that of David Dorn, and that of this eight year old girl. CUTER home? To Own, it's. Typical other barrio acumen babe because he crossed the barrier. The Utah You kill a child she and do not know about. Ninety nine to now want. She just wanted to get home to see your could. You wanted to do still wanted to get home. Reality is this these aren't police officers? Shooting! People on the streets of Atlanta. These are members of the community shooting each other. And in this case it is the worst possible outcome, and they were two other people who were actually shot and killed last night in several others. Enough is enough. Enough is enough. That was Korea Williamson father of the eight year old daughter and Sequoia Turner saying that the ASS. Black lives matter. You killed your own this time you heard. Kaley mcenaney is ripping apart reporters. All they want to talk about the monuments. They WANNA. Talk about the statute as I said last night on TV. Okay, let's you want that debate. Let's have that debate. Can we first stop the violence? because. The carnage is out of control. You have six kids age between six and fourteen that have been literally. They're all dead. And the last five days, and we're seeing in all of these cities now a level of gun, violence and murder, surpassing the deadly toler. You know at the same time last year last year was bad. CHICAGO, eighty seven shooting seventeen pay tallies from Thursday evening through Sunday night. Thirteen of those shooting victims under fourteen years old. New York Attic control eleven deaths from gun violence from Friday through Sunday Philadelphia thirty one shooting seven deaths from gun violence Atlanta, twenty three shootings, including the death of an eight year old, little girl killed while riding in a car with her mom, and happened to pass a roadblock and runs into a mob of protesters. We've. Only show on TV to report actually show you video. If, you remember Steve Harrigan at the time interviewing guys that had their ar fifteen. Some front of that Wendy's in in Atlanta. Now we have a billion dollars cut from the Nypd de-fund the police movements all across the country same thing in every big city all of the cities. That we're talking about have been run by Liberal Democrats for decades the same with most of the states. It is the same thing it is a you. This is the results you now now we put handcuffs. We we under the Biden and Barack. We put handcuffs on our military. Now. We're putting handcuffs on the police literally. And they are retiring in huge numbers now. They're being defended so I. Guess they're going to get fired or laid off paid off whatever it happens to be. You got the Georgia governor, rightly declaring a state of emergency down there. The Atlanta Mayor's facing criticism over the early handling of the protests site just like the mayor in Seattle this this summer of love zone in New York. You've got an editorial mayor de Blasios do something. About the the deaths on our streets, five hundred plus thousand people now have left New York City. And it's only the. It's only the beginning of what will be a much larger trend out of these blue states, blue cities that have been. Run into the ground with burdensome bureaucracy. High taxes horrific governance. Unbelievable. At the NYPD Commissioner blaming the shootings on police reforms gone too far, you think. Chicago pass to reacting this weekend to the death of this innocent seven year, old girl, and literally saying on Fox and friends that you know this poor girl was killed outside of her grandmother's house, playing the the backyard on the fourth of July. Well we WANNA talk about. Pursuit of happiness if you WANNA, talk about if I have to have simple basic fundamental government working towards safety and security of every American citizen. In every state and every city from CDs shining, it's not that complicated. And it something that can be accomplished because it has been accomplished. Anyway hour two Sean Hannity Show We welcome back to the program. Our friend Leo Terell American. Civil, rights, a attorney talk, radio host at the Leo Terell on twitter. Pastor Patrick PT. Niguel lows with US member. He was the lead pastor of George Floyd's church. In Houston resurrection Houston. Thank you pastor for being back. Actually I, you know I got a lot of response pastor to my idea. We had a discussion I. Don't know if you've got any feedback to this and i. told you about an incident when I debated Al. Sharpton at the National Action Network in before it even started, and I said you know Reverend Al. do you believe that there's one God that created every man woman and child yes. Do you believe that Jesus Christ crisis our personal Lord and Savior. Savior and and sacrificed himself, and was beaten and scourged, and and murdered on a cross of and and was the ultimate sacrifice to reconcile humanity to God the father the Creator and he said yes, and I said why you're wrong on everything else. And then I made an observation, and you agreed with me that. Why is it even the same city? We'll take Houston for example like I assume it's like other cities where you have Christian churches that believe that. And yet you have predominantly white churches in predominantly black churches. Remember our discussion on this I remember, and you agreed with me that that kind of is the way it is right. I do agree that is the reality in America. And then I came up with a brilliant idea, said well. Why don't we adopted church? In other words, why does us in a Christian Church? Maybe predominantly white congregations you know, adopt a church of Christians with predominantly African American congregation, said well and go visit each other's churches regularly. It's the the idea founds. It sounds amazing I. I think that to to your point. I think that is the way you probably got criticism for even talking to me because Hannity's conservative. I, I'd get criticism about a lot of things, but that means yes. She did but I'm fine with that. That's the life I live, but but I do want more perfect union pastor. I want our kids safe. I believe every child is born of God, and there's good and the evil and we've got to protect in. The police are the line and protection against evil? This is true, so so let let's let's talk about this idea of the church. You you you do see that. Some of the issues that are underlying in our community, a larger community If the church is going if we're going to tackle this from a humane perspective, a love perspective that the church is going to have to show a reconciled unified force, and that the hope of the world is well in my opinion, hope of the world is the. The church. The church is broken. It's unreconciled. We can't do the work that we call to do you. Do you see that I? Pastor? What I see is, it doesn't make any sense to me if you have a fundamental belief in your faith in God, and our our founding documents says that we're endowed by our Creator with Inalienable Rights God given. Rights government given rights. Then it just makes sense to me that if you start there, then you can and and. For whatever reason churches have been apart bringing them together. That's what I'm saying. That that is something we could agree on we we. We may not agree on how historically we got there, but I mean Kate now. Solving that issue think is a Rubik's crew of solving the issue. We see in the country I don't think it's. How about you? Just how about your church invites a neighboring church? In to come celebrate you know your your faith. Your your mutual face together. Why is that so fricking complicated? So I You know I. I'll say this. Their churches that have reached out. before during, and since that are predominately white congregation have said. Hey, we want to help. We want to support the work that you're doing and we've said yes. Now I. Think you know? There are some people who would argue okay beyond just if we're going to solve the problem, you're getting too deep in the weeds. How about we? How about we just meet first? How `bout you pray together, I I. You're getting deep in the weeds here I. Don't think you need to. But listen. I, barely go to church, but I I'm a believer, but you know Leo. Let's get you to weigh in your thoughts. Yeah, pastor, I mean it. C- Pastors seemed like you're it his heart to say, let's get united. Let's live in a colorblind society. Look, you may be under a lot of pressure. Respect that I don't care if there's pressure discount is being torn apart based on color. If we're all under the same flag, we should be united now. Let me tell you right now. If Sean Hannity did not show Shogo faces of people in May be murdered, not by police, but by criminals. We would not have this type of discussion going on right now and let me tell. Tell you those extreme networks that we use to talk about the crime in our city. You know why because they're in the back pocket of the democratic. Party, we have a country to save, and this is very basic to me as a lifelong Democrat as a person, civil rights attorney who sued police officer I am sick. Entire of the Murray of children young at all regardless of color aisle. Extend my hand to you was shot. Talking about who cares about the blowback were united in trying to solve this problem. Let's stop the murders. Let's work together. Black White Yellow Brown churches. We're all God's children. That's not hard for me to say Yeah so so Leo. Here's probably where my rub is. I I had someone earlier this week. Say to me Hey i. don't see black. I don't see color I I gotTA. This is probably where I may get off the train. because we say God is past I'm going to interrupt you. You're not. You're not even getting on the train because it's like. Let's Meet I. Don't know I'm about to get other trailer the. The, but I WANNA make sure that it would clear God is triune. He's one and he's three. He's and diverse I. You can see me as a black man and I can see someone else. That's a Caucasian man and we can both affirm each other in our diversity in our issues and our problems, and we can celebrate a man I feel like I'm in A. Classroom, are you. Are you under pressure? Pass through by members community because it doesn't bother me. It's a civil rights attorney. I'm looking for a colorblind society. Just it sounds like you're under pressure No, I have not under any pressure a preacher. Okay we we we've. We preach against week. Preach cower culturally. Nobody. Tell you what I'm not going to cut this discussion short. We're going to hold you guys over and and maybe we'll get a couple of calls and We Continue Leo Terell Pastor. Patrick pt an Iguana was with US lead Pastor resurrection Houston that was George Floyd's church hi guys. I'm Katie, lowes, actress, mom and host of the parenting podcast Katie's crib. A show that helps women navigate the big shifts which motherhood can bring this season. You'll hear from resilient Mama's like actress Gabrielle Union thought leaders like author of the New York Times. Bestseller untained Glennon Doyle and experts like prenatal and postpartum clinical psychologist. Dr Eliza Berlin. 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Because God is try. You wanted three we are we come together as one one people for we acknowledge the diversity in those particular people we. We acknowledged that there's something specific that black people come with. There's something specific that all mrs come with, and so I what I'm trying to tell you I agree with you that there should be unity I also think that there should be conversation that fosters and brings that unity together Leo. I'm all in favor of conversation but I also want privacy. I want the murders I want the killing of people of all colors to stop. I want there'd be some announcement by by those mayors, those democratic cities to stop the carnage. That's going on every week, and they look the other way other than Fox News. They don't talk about it on the other. Other networks and so passer I. Hear about this conversation, but can we get a little bit more fact Pacific and call out those mayors and of murders. That's going on in the city so that we won't have our people murder every weekend. I'll do that. Let's do something immediately. Let's let's do something I'll tell you what I'm going to pick it up on. On the other side of this break. That's a great cutting off point Yeah, how do we stop? How do we save America's treasure? That's our children will continue Leo Terell at the Leo. Terell on twitter, Pastor Patrick PT Glow, lead Pastor resurrection Houston Floyd's Church more on the other side, and other news and information the battle against police. We have an. An update coming up in our news roundup hour Hannity tonight at nine on Fox, news. We're only twenty eight days, and we have some announcements coming live, free or Die America and the world on the brink. Live free or America dies. We released that book everything that you ever loved about. This. Country is hanging in the balance. One hundred nineteen days. We'll continue. Sleep truly disheartening. Having. A mother is police officer. I just want. American serve membership that police officers have families, too. They have children loved one. That need them to come home unimportant. I. Just want everyone to know that officers are human, too. They have. People that they love and be believe just like the rest of and. Like my mom. Was the most amazing person. In my life. SCISSOR to not. Exceed the way that she wants just because you were. Your home. Get your own it's. Tip Because Barrio. Because he crossed the barrier to Utah you kill the tile. She do not nobody. Now. She just wanted to get home to see your couldn't. He wanted to do still wanted to get home all right that I quote was from the daughter of a police officer. You know saying you know cops bleed just like the rest of us, they they love and have family. We now have well over a thousand police officers now injured, and they've been pelted with rocks and bottles and Molotov cocktails. They've been shot at you. Know we now have what almost eight murdered? We have others permanently injured, and the violence continues and the looting and the arson and allowing anarchists to take over city blocks. That will all. All that to resulting in death, as we had the opportunity to interview Horan's Horace Lorenzo Anderson, he lost his nineteen year old son in the summer of Love Chop. Chaz zone out in Seattle and the police and the medics. They had to beg the darkest. Who didn't want them to even offer medical attention there begging to let them just here to give medical attention. Please let us please pleading and begging I, mean this a form of madness, we continue with Leo Terell. Leo Terell on Twitter Pastor Patrick PT Nicolo. He was the lead. Pastor is the. The lead Pastor resurrection Huston friend George Floyd and he was his pastor You know we left off pastor with this idea in question from Leo Terell, you have all of these cities have all of the city's run by Liberal Democrats for decades. Most of the state's run by Liberal Democrats for decades. If you look at these cities, they have the most violence neighborhoods not safe, not secure now we have kids every weekend getting shot and killed in these cities. Now we want to defend the police of not made. Some people now the cut a billion. Billion Dollars for example for the NYPD. They're cutting in Los Angeles. The cutting every other big city we see what happened in Minneapolis there at totally disbanding the police. Minneapolis Donald, not a good idea who you're gonNA call at midnight when something happens and I guess the question is is what Leo's asking you from the political side. You know all these Democrats for all these decades they have failed America's children in America's families, and they failed spectacularly leaked on safety and security, and I would also argue they failed in their responsibility to educate every single. Child that lives in their city or their state, they failed miserably so great question My this listen. Black. No matter who it is, and what what happened is in this country treated with short worth, and all lives are precious, and and and no matter how it happened whether it was by someone in the community or someone with with lawful authority. We mourn the fact that people are being. Slaughtered and so, but but I also want to point out that this thing shouldn't be an either or conversation. Hey, look at Chicago. Look at Atlanta and the violence is there or hey. People were using unlawful using their authority unlawfully against black and Brown citizens. I think you can have a both and conversation and I think. It perfectly legitimate to say their failures in both both issues, and that we as a country and man literally ask community of probably failed in both areas. So how do we both hope people who have authority accountable and hold. Those people it out community who are supposed to be helping. Bring down the violence, holding them accountable as well I. Think I think there's blame left to go around and I think there's work to be done on on both ends, and we don't have to pick either all we can do both hand Leo. Just say this Pastor Pastor I've got twenty five year invested as a civil rights attorney, working democratic city, fighting against police, misconduct and I'm sitting here telling you right now. Twenty five years invested big cases cases like the George Void. Gays and I'm telling you just democratic experience in the big cities have failed because they're arguing a issue that does not exist systematic discrimination. What I'm telling you if very simple, they're not addressing the issue of school choice. Choice, supporting the police. They're allowing these things to happen their own backyard and they're trying to blame somebody else a boogeyman. This is not nineteen sixty. It's twenty twenty. We Got Black Browse empower position of leadership in the Democratic cities and may have failed and every week pastor. You know that these big major cities like Los Angeles I live in. They're not supporting the police. They're allowing people of color of all colors to die in the streets and they WANNA. Blame other people for the problems that they are in control, and if we're going to do something, it's very simple. We gotTA support the police. We got support. Our schools and we gotta do something. This is coming from a person. Twenty five years civil rights time invested in this country, but I see the light and I know we gotta do something other than what the Democrats have been doing the last two or three decades. Earlier I have a question for you. Sure Pastor. What? What do you believe happened to Jewish Fluid George? Let me be very clear about that. Joe By the way everybody feels this way. Leo I mean this is universal condemnation. But George WanNa know. Oh no question about it. It's very simple George. Lloyd was murdered by a rogue officer and three other officers looked the other way and then take corrective action. You're no question about that, but let me simply say that with the foul ninety eight percent of officers or the ones that protect you and I passed Sean. Hannity throughout the night, and those horrible officers did should not be a reflection of reflection on ninety eight percent of the Oscars and should not call the defunding police so I would. I would agree with you agree so so. I agree with you that defunding the police is probably a poor choice of words, but I think there should be that. I think there should be. Some thought about reallocation I mean every year my wife and I we think about how we're going to spend our money. Depending on wh goes and what we WANNA do I think in places like Atlanta particularly with the young man that was slaughtered. There I mean it's a Dida Dui Dwi. you know what about social workers being sent out a instead of police officers I mean. Let me not to say that we're not saying. I don't I don't think that it is helpful to say. Kill everything off. I've lived in places where there's no national police no local police. That's not going to be helpful for anybody a third world countries but I. do think that you ought to think about reallocating. How how reallocated to make sure that you were serving a whole community, all right, quick break, welcome back eight, hundred nine, four one, Sean. If you WANNA be a part of this extravaganza. More with at the Leo Terell on twitter and Georgia. Floyd Pastor Patrick Nicolo. All right as we continue at the Leo on Twitter Pastor Patrick PT Nicolo Pastor of the Resurrection Houston Church George Floyd was a friend and a member of the church. Baltimore per capita gets the against the third highest amount of money per student. In terms of education, spending in America spends more per capita than any industrialized nation. In Baltimore, there are thirteen pastor public high schools thirteen. We're not one child is proficient in math, not one. I, I don't think it's about allocation of money. But I think that you know fundamentally. I kind of feel like you're duck and Leo's question a Little Bit Pastor and Leo you you put it in your own words. I'm hearing, you say. That does this institutional failure in big cities and states run by Liberal Democrats? For decades you know. Why is it happening? Because the money's been spent the tax, money's been collected. They haven't fixed the problem. There's not been the will to fix the problem. And I'm thinking about new experience for twenty five years. I during the Civil Rights Attorney Pastor. I got democratic That I got you so let's talk about the educational system. I can only talk about the what here in Houston, educational allocation of resources determined by property tax. Property taxes of your area determine how much money goes to your specific location here. in the middle third war we've got one high school has one feeder school one middle school both of those? Before there was two or three that fit in, but because of the lack of resources because whenever it comes down to where does the money go? Well revokes, and all those other areas of part of town. They've got the money resources that money is used to educate their children in that area in in places like third ward. I mean where the money's uneven. Those those children don't get the. The same type of education, it comes down to money. We are system at least in the state of Texas is run I'm I'm property taxes. I don't know how it is around the country, but I'm sure it's the saying where I mean. If you've got one school bringing in, you know five times the amount of the other school. There's GonNa. Be a educational disadvantage I I mean that makes sense. So I think there is a problem there that needs to be. Pastor in California and Sean talked about Baltim- walks is that there's an equalization? We can't speak for Texas problem. Maybe these be correct, but there's not a question of money being allocated per student and the Great State of California or in Baltimore is a question of the leadership that are dominated by democratic mayors, people of colored me passer people of Color who should have an affirmative obligation to take care of their community, but they have failed because their policies don't support independence our personal responsibility, it supports dependency and what happens. You have what you're going on right now. Total chaos remember it's not nineteen sixty. It's twenty twenty people of Color. Array of these big time, democratic cities bear pastor. Simple truth. I acknowledging that there's a there's failure in the system I, lawyer for fifteen years I've been I've been working in neighborhoods like George Fluid for the last fifty years I literally have dedicated my ministry to area so when I'm talking about these issues. I know I come off UNBEL- preacher, but listen the these systemic issues are issues that not just I mean we haven't. I mean yes. Is it better than it was in nineteen sixty. Yes, but we still have a a way to go you look at that issue with joy slow and listen I now I'll go ahead and come off the woods. Worked criminal defense, and so I see when and police unions and others of that caliber, no not officers, and not most officers, but there are systemic issues that arise that when when people are faced with people using authority unlawfully the laws in place or there where we don't have like we can't. We can't say officer should be treated just like everyone else. He has qualified immunity. He has status that other people don't have and so consequently when you're trying to hold those one or two officers. accountable. You're not able to do it, and so that's what people say. Well. Wait is a systemic issue. Well the pastor we had a great senator name. Tim Scott put forward a just to reform the beginning of a good start. Guess what because of politics two Black Democratic senator let me mention your name Cory Booker and Kamala Harris. They kill the bill before it got on the floor. This is what I'm talking about. You got people on the left playing politics with the lives of people of Color in American you know. There was no reason why that bill should not have had a full-fledged debate on the floor, but it was killed by Democrat booker inherit. Tell me that's not true. Please tell me if I'm wrong, but. So. Wait before you pay me in the box. I want you to understand this. I'm neither a Republican or Democrat I'm with the. I'm an advocate for Jesus rule on our, so that also that means that you speak truth to power whether it's a republican president or a Democratic senator. You say what it is. It's on your heart you. You tell them the truth. You critique lovingly critique. any. Actor whether they'd be Republican. I got to leave it. There Leo Terell. Thank you pastor all all all our best of ever want me and Leo to try and help you in any way at I. Don't I can't speak for Leo sounds to me like he's in I'm in. Let me know I'd love to help any way I can. This is a great conversation. To get it. Thank you both eight hundred nine four one, Sean? You want to be a part of the program. One picture tells the story here tonight. A patrol car turned into a memorial to the police officers murdered last night. A cities outpouring of love for the latest victims of hate. This was the deadliest day for US law enforcement since nine eleven police say that a lone gunman angry about recent police shootings, black men opened fire on officers. They guarded a peaceful demonstration against the killings in Louisiana and Minnesota earlier this week. During an hours long standoff, the gunman told police he was targeting quite officers. Twelve officers were shot five killed. Seven wounded. Cell phone video captured the moment that an officer ran toward the gunman and gauged him in a firefight. Seconds later. The officer was hit and the gunman fled. The shooting started at about eight forty five PM. Central Time just as the peaceful protest was in. Chance turn to screen as the crowd really for cover. eye-witnesses reported shots coming from above, but we knew at that point we turn around and go the opposite direction so kind of nasally kicked in. The back that way. We gotTA skyward along before. We don't know where to always ask. Open Window on the. Rival. Throughout the shooting, the gunman continued to target police in the chaos. Officers ran to the aid of fallen colleagues. Suspect then fled to a nearby college where the police say, he shot through windows and doors to gain access and eventually hold up on the second floor of this campus building. It was there that police attempted to negotiate with twenty five year old. Mica Xabier Johnson an army veteran of the Afghan war. In that conversation, they learned about his motives. The suspect said he was upset. About black lives matter. He said he was upset about the recent police shootings. He wants to kill white people especially white officers. It's not the only example of such provocative imagery. A facebook post one day before the Dallas attack showed a cartoon image of someone appearing to be an Isis fighter killing a police officer that prompted Dallas Police, sergeant. Dmitri Penny to sue facebook for refusing to take the image down and the message we got from social media. FACEBOOK was that it didn't violate. The terms and conditions didn't violate their community standards an image the Dallas. Shooter Mike Johnson reportedly shared on social media days after the attack facebook did begin to remove the image from pages where it was deemed insightful against police. Everybody and anybody has in connection with these deaths should be held accountable Patrick's report. One of five officers killed last July. His father, who makes regular visits to his son's grave has joined the lawsuit. If they weren't for them, they would be able to communicate. These radical won't be able to communicate and organize a lawsuit charges social media corporations with providing material support to terrorist groups and profiting from the content. Those groups post right. I you heard Scott Pelley reporting on the Dallas police shooting in the second was the. Fox For Dallas Report on a lawsuit against social media companies over the Dallas police shooting joining us now is Sergeant Dimitrievic. penny is with US twenty one year veteran Dallas police force president of the Dallas. Texas National Fallen Officer Foundation now a US congressional candidate. In the Texas Congressional district thirty outrage now over thousand police officers around the country have been injured rocks, bricks, bottles molotov cocktails, knives, guns, tasers. You name it. It's all being used against them. Police precincts burnt to the ground police precinct Seattle, taken over for weeks on end in the summer of love zone, and you know you look back at these attacks on the police for years ago in Dallas member. One of the officers paid you know. The the price of his life is remember by his father. Who joins us on the show we have with us right now. Rick Zama. RIPA is with us and he lost a son. Patrick Navy vet. Member of the Dallas Police Force that day now Patrick. Zimmer RIPA was thirty, two one of five officer shot and killed by the crazed gunman that last week in Dallas. Texas Thank you for joining us. I'm so sorry first of all for your loss, your family and all these officers now we have. I think six to eight dead. Some permanently injured a thousand hit wouldn't face bricks, rocks, and another items I mean, and now we're talking about defunding the police I don't know how you ever recover Rick when you lose your son. Just. It's just terrible what they're doing you know. That's when something happens. Who they call them the police. They wanted to fund them take. Take the resources away. it just it just floors me you know, and when they first start to. Holler for the eight help, call the police and they won't be around. If they defunding well, they're not going to be. Keep raising that question. So who are you going to call? Minneapolis disbanded defended the police there. Okay, something happens I don't know maybe in the broad daylight. We saw this guy assassinated in the Bronx. New York while crossing the street holding little daughter's hand. We played that on its on Hannity. Dot Com, but we played that last night on, TV Who are you going to call if it's midnight? Midnight and some a group of people might be trying to break into your home so much criticism of the Saint Louis couple after they were being threatened after people broke down, the gate got into the neighborhood. Then they went back and I hear that actually was the president that actually sent the only show of of police presence when they came back the second time. You Know Sergeant Penny. Penny I look at you. You're twenty one years on the job. I mean I. I know many. Is that wanted to be police officers the whole life if they can retire, they're getting out I. Know other guys that are saying. They don't feel confident enough to go out and actually do the job the way it's supposed to be done. I see a lot of people disengaging I mean this. This has now been building for a while I'm sure you saw the videos of New York City police officers, being doused with water and and hit with rocks in their cars being destroyed. Now it's on steroids. It's happening all of these big cities. Yes, it is, and we should have. We should get control of this right now, but this is the fourth anniversary of dealing with the Dallas shooting. Shooting attack here in debt in Dallas Texas it's unfortunate, but we lost five officers, and that should have set the stage to say that everyone no matter where you are no matter where you live at that, everyone should make sure that they are upholding and protecting their long lost, because those guys are going to be running toward the carnage while everything else is everyone else is running away from what? What I remember that night because that was the worst that was that was the one of the worst times of my life, and dealing with that, but I can tell you that the only solace that I found was knowing that the last thing that that government that that coward that terrorists that last thing he saw, was their robot rolling up on them with that bomb on them going in. In the pieces. That was the only solace I saw, but I'm GONNA. Tell you I I. I. I'm more than I heard so blessed to see these officers getting getting shot and hurt every day because I know that this is their job. This is what they do every day and we're not addressing the issue at stands these domestic terrorists anytime any group we we I don't care what group you. You WanNa. Use You. WanNa use anti. You want to back lives. Matter what you want. You WanNA use any of these bruce anytime. A group organized for the purpose of using intimidation and violence to attack law enforcement or to carry out political agenda that's by definition, a domestic terrorist and we should be going after these groups that I just can't deal with it anymore I don't know why DOJ. Job? I don't know the courts having to doing that job, which is why I'm taking it a step further and I'm saying I'm going directly after these individuals I'm running for Congress I'm GonNa make sure that we start addressing these issues that are impacting communities especially I long for losses. Who you running against? And what is your district composed of like plus Democrat plus Republican you know plus three minus three. What is Your district now? WHO's WHO's currently? The Congress represent. Congressional Representative Congressional Representative Eddie Beneath Johnson she'd been in all fifty years. I'm being facetious, but you've been all the twenty eight year. All these social issues that are centrally impacting this district she'd been a of. When you go talk to people in the community, and they blame trump, and I'm like trump had been here for fifty years. She been here and and that's the crazy part about this. Is that look the majority minority districts across this country? All of them are suffering the same way they have the same issue, and and it's and it's and it's A. It's the central issue of dealing with crime the ball the fact that we're not able to police them. Look at look at the July fourth weekend along. Atlanta had thirty one people shot eight year old. He'll for in in NEW YORK PD had forty eight people shot. Ten People Killed Chicago, eighty seven people shot seventeen people killed including seven seven year old girl. We got enough of the. No, it's time for the community. Stand up and say we'RE NOT GONNA. Let these terrorists take little commute. That's why I'm trying. That's what that's the message that we need to be getting down to DC so. So that watch to know that we're not going to allow you to neglect majority minority district anymore. We're not going to allow you to do it because I don't know what our died I I mean I keep going over the statistics. Sometimes I feel like a broken record here, but every it's not the same. It's not the same track on playing because every week it's set of statistics, you know. We lost six kids sergeant six kids. Ages six to fourteen in in shootings over the last few days as a result of all of this violence. What one thing that we have in common? All of these incidences of of violence are happening in cities that have been run for decades by liberal. Democrats most of the states that thing with the exception of Georgia have been run by Democrats for decades also that would be New York and Illinois and Washington. Washington state and and Portland in Oregon and and California for example that's and now these are the place Minneapolis another case in point they've been run by Liberal Democrats for decades, and they not only they just allow this carnage to happen. They don't don't seem phased by IT I. don't see people protesting in the streets, saying the violence has to end i. mean you know look at Chicago eighty-seven shooting seventeen pay? just over the past weekend. Thirteen of the shooting victims were under fourteen years of age that to me becomes a national emergency. We rightly the George Floyd videotape of that shock, the conscience of a country white isn't this shock. The conscience of the country chock my conscience look when we start talking about little black kid being killed in the inner city. This has been going on Shah. We got a hundred and twenty one of the underserved communities in the United States that have all been run. You say they've been all Democrat run, and it's been the same status quo over and over again. One is done anything. But I will say that. I will say the party. The Republican, Party has to start being smart. And how they handled the business. They can not be afraid to run two candidates in these districts. Look, they're not. The NFC hadn't got behind me, but you know what I don't eat them, too. Because I'M GONNA go directly to the people because I know the people out here in the community are ready for change. This is what we gotTA. GotTa Start Doing. We gotta start telling people that look it's not about the district. It's looking at these so called battleground district, and and wouldn't let start looking at the humanistic nature that's looking at how people I love the thought process, but unfortunately there are many people. Go in. They go okay. I'm voting for the Democrat I I. Don't get it, 'cause. You're voting for to just reinforce failure and reinforce failing schools. In poor. You know Mr Zuma's Ripa. Your. Son and I gotTA. Tell you and I know you have to run, but I just want you to know that this audience cares you know and I'm so sorry that that happened in your life and I want you to know. We're all praying for you and your family. Appreciate that I really do it's. It's just. Tragic Son A. Son was thirteen years old he was he wanted to do ride. He wanted to make sure you know he. He loved America. He loves his country. You know he's served a sir eight years in the Navy, and then he he he was may will reserve, and he's still put on about police uniform. He wanted to make sure the United States people citizens well taken care protected a type. Type of person he, he loved his country he he said that you got killed on Fourth of July happy. Birthday to grace nation on earth, the greatest nation, or don't tread on me. He loves country served in the Navy and police officer in Dallas because he wanted to help the People Nash Station, and the be there for. This can't happen anymore it. Mr Mr Ripa our prayers with you sergeant. A penny by the way you want to check it out. He's running for Congress in the thirtieth district. Congressional district in Texas will put it up on Hannity Dot Com I. Glad you're with us. Thank Scott! Shannon, twenty eight days everything. It is everything that we know to be what has made America Great. That means America's history. What what is what is? How did we become the greatest nation on earth I know where imperfect we talk about our imperfections, but we're also the country that has more freedom more liberty. And we have created a standard of living. That is the envy of the world, and in spite of all the power we've accumulated. We abuse it less, and we have used our freedoms to advance the human condition worldwide and in the Process Defeat Fascism Nazism communism now more recently radical Islamism. And yet no country is perfect. We we, we have A. we literally have a document. It's called our constitution. That allows us to right wrongs, correct injustices and we have proven that system works. We've gotten a lot done. We have a lot more to do, but I'm GONNA. Tell you something I'll just tell you the one chapter in my book, which is the history of socialism, the the history of the failure. And what the twenty twenty democratic agenda will do has all been tried before? And if we're silly enough in one hundred nineteen days. To vote for Pelosi Schumer and and Biden. Then America will become very quickly. unrecognizable or as the Great Ronald, Reagan said freedom is one generation away from extinction. The stakes couldn't be higher by the way we have some announcements coming up pretty exciting announcements actually as it relates to. What's going to happen in twenty eight days. We'll be making those in the days to come. Anyway. You can now order it online for day of delivery for its release. just go to Hannity DOT COM Amazon.com my first book ten years. But everything's every single thing you love is at stake here. Is never been a bigger choice election. It's about open borders, or about secure borders, sanctuary, cities, or the rule of law and sanctuary states or the rule of law. It's about Supreme Court justices that will impact this country for generations. It's about Joe plans to raise your taxes to unprecedented levels. The president will give tax cuts. The president has given US energy independence, the first time in seventy five years, and we're now the number one producer of energy in the entire world that hasn't happened and at least seventy five years. You know it's about better trade deals because the president insists on them and fights for them versus the status quo, which is America gets screwed. Those manufacturing jobs that Biden and Barack said we're never coming back. They came back and even more. We're GONNA. Come back as we take away some of the manufacturing that had been shipped over to China over the last number decades. Then you add to that a foreign policy of peace through strength, Biden Barack they they couldn't beat the caliphate with the rules of engagement. Donald Trump defeated the caliphate. It took the handcuffs off of our military and let them do their job win wars. If you're GONNA, fight, it win it. Don't we start time? Go knocking door to door. We did in Baghdad ever again. We can't. We can't allow national treasure like that to die and have their legs blown off day after day after day. There's a better way we have better more advanced technologies. Start using it. You know I see of day in a future where if you WANNA know how warfare is going to evolve? It's going to be people in Tampa Florida pushing buttons. That will take out and wipeout specific targets around the globe anywhere anytime. We better be ahead of the curve on that presidents now up up spending upwards of more money on the military and development of new weapons than we've ever had. It's about a belief in American greatness and exceptionalism, or you know a never ending assault and attack on America and Americans and the institutions that make us great. It's freedom that's made us great. It's the belief that God endowed us with these freedoms. We're endowed by our Creator certain inalienable rights. What does that mean? Those rights come from God and not from government not. Not for men, and there's this tendency to always want to dabble and put our toan water and say well. Can we get everything for free? Well, you do that now. You now. You're empowering power-hungry politicians look at Biden Schumer and Pelosi one hundred and twenty five years of failure. Why didn't they get done the things that Donald Trump got on criminal justice reform police? Reforms that he put in place. Opportunities owns helping historically black colleges record low after record low after record, low unemployment records shattered for all Americans every demographic group in the country, Joe and Brockton get that done. Donald. Trump got that done. You know they didn't beat the caliphate. 'cause they. They didn't empower the military to do its job. There were too busy negotiating, you know. Cargo planes so they can dump one hundred and fifty billion, cashing other currency on the tarmac for Mullah Iran that hate our guts and get nothing in return. It's called appeasement. It always fails you know everything is on writing here. It's it's all on the line here. They implement this radical agenda. That's what I put in live, free or America dice that they put in these these agenda items America. As we know, it will be unrecognizable. We won't survive. It's simple math on a lot of it. The Socialist Utopia. Look at the one main promise, keep you Dr Plan and save on average twenty five hundred dollars a year per family. How did that work out for you were paying on average two hundred percent more millions lost their doctors. Millions lost their plans. Almost forty percent of Americans have won only one obamacare exchange. Choose from otherwise they have no health insurance. None Zero. S- unbelievable. How many times are you going to allow these Democrats in big cities? That have elected Democrats for decades blue states that have elected Democrats for decades. How how long are we going to allow them to lie to us? How long did they get to continue policies of failure? That's going to be decided by the people of this country and one hundred nineteen days or the ultimate jury. I can't make you vote the way I want you to vote. I have one vote, and it's probably meaningless in New York I'm going to go vote. But. It probably won't amount for much Rhonda's in Indiana Sean, Hannity show by the way Hannity Dot Com for all those information. What's up? Rhonda, how are you? I'm doing Great Sean. Hey I was listening to your conversation with Mr Pastor in the gentleman and I heard one of them used the word colorblind. You know when it comes to matters of race. It isn't even possible for us to be colorblind. Desirable. Here's what I mean. I know the God who put the brilliant colors in our Indiana. Sunsets is the same God chosen a Beautiful Palette for my fellow human beings. And when I see the colors, points me to that designer in that creator, and you also mentioned that it is time for the White Church to meet its black brothers and sisters and let me tell you how I do that, I do not wait for my pastor to tell me to do it. Over the weekend I was out with my husband and two of my four boys. We were eating dinner. Table of six young black men close to. My Boys, my phone have so enlarged my heart for other people's children and I got up, and I went to that table of six young black boys, and I said I have four sons of my own the thing that I want the most in all. The world is for my son to walk with God. You have mothers, and by now they are smiling at me. You have mothers. I hope that they care about you like I came out about my boys. Boys but you tell your mother's that there's a tiny white curly headed mother that it's going to be praying for you guys. Would you come to her mind? And before I left to join my family, I looked at those precious faces one more time and I, said I love you. You are my fellow American care. Get See I. Think you reflect and your and you know it's poetry what you're expressing here I. DON'T I! Don't have that gift at all. What you're expressing is the majesty of All Human Beings, and that you know that you know like for example the reason I'm saying the pastors needed to do it because the government's not going to do it. Governments incapable of doing it. Government can't even run the post office. The right way make that profitable government can't run your healthcare. Government can't guarantee you a job. That can't guarantee your food. You know they can't guarantee retirement. The full of crap I mean shoes me probably should be you know a little bit better. My language but I did grow up in the streets of New York I just full of it, and and I'm sick and tired of being lied to. And you know what if we believe that's our collective American families. Let's act like a family. We can have disagreements. All we want, but if Americans are dying. And it's like a war zone in some cities, and it's day after day week after week and year after year. Nobody fixes it. Why don't you people that say they're gonNA, do it. Throw them the hell out of office. Deserve another chance. Biden never broke any record for any demographic in this country and record low unemployment. You know what he's had fifty one years him. Pelosi and Schumer combined over a hundred and twenty-five years. Their words are empty and meaningless to me. You know in the media gives him. A pass on is is views on segregation integration predators. You know racial. Whatever you I mean uses all these terms all the time. I mean I'm just sick of it. The double standard is obnoxious, so you know just an idea that came flying out of my mouth when I talked to the pastor George Floyd, that can't happen again, and and and that's. That's a universal issue. I don't know anybody, except maybe some psycho keyboard warriors in their underwear that are anonymous. You know that just try to be provocative at a bunch of losers, but anybody with a heart conscience in Seoul you know looks at what happened to George Floyd and looks at what's happening in American cities and says this has got to stop but I'll tell you they're not gonna I don't I? Don't see a de Blasio. Or a cuomo changing I think the only way you're gonNA change the throw him out of office, and I don't See New York doing it and I don't see Illinois in Chicago, doing it and I. Don't See New York City doing it and I don't see Baltimore doing it, and I don't see L. A., or or California doing it, or or Seattle or Washington doing it or Portland Oregon it, so you know at some point. You know remember when people just start to leave. The in droves will know why they've been pushed out. And if you're GONNA leave your Blue State, and your Blue City for more safety and security and less taxes, and unless burdensome bureaucracy, leave your liberal policies with you, so you don't destroy the red state that you're moving to to get away from the crap in your blue state. Here's my answer anyway, Rhonda Yeah? We're all children of God, I agree. Stephanie is in Texas Stephanie. How are you how John? I wanted to talk about my brothers? He's a police officer and recently during arrest. People will yell out to him aggressively. So I can ruin your life. Hit Me. Shoot me and people. There are recording with their cell phones. Most of the call out. He said he's never seen that before, and they're really seeking the next viral video. Video and he's a very calm person, but even in his person like when he's getting food and it's uniform. Being yelled at followed harass. He's been called all kinds of names because he's a minority and it's really distracting for him because it takes away the focus. He has as a police officer and he really feels any says it's to me. I really feel abandoned because there's just this double standard. In Texas and in media and politics WHO's worthy of being valued, and who's not, and he recently had to take some time, because it really got to the core of who he is and. He's back now, but he's like I've never felt that feeling in my life, and he is has many accolades, and is you know such a an amazing police officer and it's just really sad that the climate we're in is really exposing these great police officers to just kind of sort of. I don't think anybody is ever going to want to get into this profession anymore, and it is a profession for many people that I know that are in law enforcement, not doing it for the money. Teachers don't do it for the money. Pilots don't do it for the money they all. They just have a passion everybody I know that, does it? They wanted to do that since they were whatever age and I think they're at the point like your brother. You know it's like I can't even do my job. I'm not going to get the support I need to do my job. Do it the right way anyway. I got a break here Thank you Stephanie Eight hundred nine four. Four one SEAN IF YOU WANNA be a part of this extravaganza, right? That's GONNA. Wrap things up today. had a stop the violence that is now out of control. We'll have full complete coverage one hundred nineteen days until election day. Some news information facts. The mob won't give you on Covid nineteen and there are new phenomenon gotTa Watch, but if you look at the actual death rate, the number of daily debts has been dropping for two months. We'll explain all this on Hannity tonight at nine on Fox News. Dvr only twenty eight days to live free or die. JUST GO TO HANNITY DOT COM AMAZON DOT COM. We'll see tonight at nine back here tomorrow. 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"Got telegram. You can follow our channel there and discuss show prep with other listeners. A telegram dot freetalklive dot com They broke the door down. That must have been loud. As i can't say it on the radio but loud under waking up this morning i remember walking out of my door trying to grab a robe and getting screamed at by a man saying he's fbi forgot to introduce ourselves. We did this is free. Talk live if you're just tuning in. You're wondering what you're listening to. Normally this is the live call in radio. Talk program where you could take control of the airwaves. Talk about anything. That's on your mind. However tonight is an exception because well we have no phones either I do see somebody is attempting to call Sadly we cannot pick up the call screen it or it on air today because of the raid by many alphabet agencies and this is our attempt to say. Here's my middle finger broadcasting anyway. I have to say i. This is actually a great thing. This is a celebration of something to celebrate as unfortunate as we are in this situation here. this is a this is the best thing that the government could do for the free state project and the free migration movement to new hampshire publicity publicity publicity. You can't pay for this kind of publicity and every single one of those people who they arrested are more than happy to spend time in jail. If that's what it takes to make this movement a success yeah. I agree and it's entirely possible that we are only streaming this audio on the internet It might only show up on some radio stations and not others We are regular video. Feeds are on the operational right now. So our regular d- livestream our youtube stream and our twitch stream we are not streaming to those platforms tonight as a way to get some sort of a stream. We have breaking the flaw in the studio and he's got his camera on us tonight on youtube on youtube break in the flaw on youtube. If you need an alternate method to view us if your visual only Or you only have access to youtube for some reason but we should be broadcasting on freetalklive dot com and l. r. dot. Fm as far as the internet feeds are concerned. Anything that sprouts off of that. I don't know so right where we know. Knock raid so this morning i was awake. Awakened by Okay i woke up in my bed with my dog and ian the other host and our burma. Another tenant was yelling at us to come downstairs. I never really saw him but yemen. And i were walking downstairs. He was in front of me in his robe. I was trying to put on this thing by drop it because a man is screaming at me that he's fbi and had broken down our window. And you had this crazy giant gun. And then he had this super loud like it sounded like a chainsaw. The super wild drone flying into the window looking at us and he was telling me to put my dog down even though my dog just ran out the front door because there was there was broken glass rent. They're broken glass out the front door and he can't be trusted onto the street. He's really bad so he was just running. All unsupervised and the the police told me to put something on. The police told me to come outside and in said listen. She's naked and it's cold outside. We what are we gonna do about this. And he was like get a rope then. So i got to walk up a couple of stairs and pick up. The robot dropped. I went outside i. I walked into the pile of glass because he made me and was telling me to put my shoes on these ones. I have on now. But at the time they were filled with gloss because they were like closest to the window they broke in and they told me. Put on the shoes behind you. Then and they also had glass in them. But i didn't have any type of brain cells in this moment. 'cause there's literally thrown in my face and i've never had a giant x sane insanely loud drone in my face and A man pointing economy screaming. So i just put these issues on ian shoes that are way too big for me with gloss in them and i walk outside and get yelled at turn around and put my hands up and my dogs running everywhere and ian is in handcuffs and separate us and it's freezing cold outside. It was really chilly and for our listeners. Out there who may not know bonnie you live here and so. This is your first hand account of what happened. Yeah i saw it. So i'm chris and i saw it from the outside. I was there about ten minutes after six at five after six. I got the first indication that there was an fbi raid happening. And i didn't know that. I actually confused addresses as to where it was happening and so i ended up at the best possible place. Which was the studio here But it was half half luck. I actually realized a little bit. I i realized that before. I made the turn But i'm like you know what. Let me go checkout the studio because even though it's the other address right it was. I figured this is probably going to be the key. The key address as far as their main target right so am about. What time did you get so that six. Oh five was the first indicator that i got some some message. I'll leave it at that and then at six ten i was over here. So roughly six ten six fifteen was when i was walking out the door so i must have been when i saw you. Yeah so. I saw Bonnie here With her dog and It was it was crazy. They they totally blew out the windows at least four windows that they blew out And they had a some sort of battering ram. It looked like i actually thought it was like an rpg Launcher the way the way it looked. But i'm assuming it must have been must must've been a battery grammar some of some kind because they open the door. Somehow the doors already open when i went to the stairs. So they handcuff me and Was making they. Were making these stand there in the cold just handcuffed and My dog was running. All around the in the in the road and everybody's yards and i was like please let me pick them up can can somebody pick them up. Can call pick them up. Why why would it make sense to. Just be like no. He can't be picked up. He can just be in the road that doesn't make sense he's in everybody's way and i didn't want him to get mad because they started screaming at nobody and coconut obviously didn't like that. Nobody's his friends so he starts growling at them. And i was really freaked out in that moment. Because i thought that they were gonna shoot him. And the this lady's some woman comes up to me. She was in plainclothes she was and she had red curly hair and she's fat af and she started saying i'm gonna put your dog. I'm going to put your dog in the pound. Basically come pick them up. And i was just like nobody can because i moved here in january. I don't know anybody in the state illinois anybody's numbers and they won't let me pick up my phone upstairs and So yeah they put him in a cruiser and they let me get after like ours. So i didn't know what the heck they were doing to him and he. He has been really freaked out all day. Let's talk about some quantification of things. So we know that there were many alphabet agencies here a how many law enforcement agents would you guess where here at peak fifty fifty. Yeah i want to say. I was able to count twenty minimum. But i couldn't see everybody who was here so i wouldn't be surprised if there were fifty at least inside and outside right. Yeah that's why. I couldn't count out of cars. There was i mean there were there was at least a couple dozen cars here probably just alone so all right So that's a lot and we'll talk a bunch more about what happened here at the freetalklive dot. Fm studios today with many alphabet agencies rating. The place for reasons that we'll also talk about. 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In the meantime we will probably have some guest hosts and some guest co hosts to fill in the time until we get things straightened out also aria. You probably won't hear from for some time as well. Yeah we lost a bunch of people. Actually you know it's true. Nobody you probably won't hear from time challenge if anybody is concerned about the the renter's This place that we are in is part of a larger place where there are some tenants. All of the tenants are fine. Nobody was hurt in another ten well except for except for the ones that are in jail. That's what i'm saying. I'm saying nobody other than those people right right right. Who who were arrested you know. Are you know were hurt. In any way shape or form except for their days being ruined their days totally ruined they have lost equipment and a lot of stuff that was stolen but they did come in and take basically everything that resembled a computer. Phone tablet took a lot of stuff that resembled value right. Yeah some some gold banks. I understand all in school back except three. Wow they left three. Did they leave. They as an insult. Kind of like when you're at a restaurant and you get crappy service really petty. I mean they are. I know we all know that they are that petty but they left his wallet contents. All evenly spread out on the bed like they took a picture of him or something and there were three gold. Baxter assume those were the ones in his wallet so maybe they thought they couldn't take those because they were like in. its well. i don't know yeah. We are enjoying what is known as a sucks donut. Right now socks done it. Yeah sure does so. At any rate the tenants are okay. They're physically ok. There has been ruined. They've had some stuff taken but they are otherwise okay We'll have more updates as things become available for us and as things you know told me unfold over revealed. This is just the beginning. I mean this is the start right. I mean this is gonna this. Is this kind of thing. Doesn't magically go away. It goes on for years and years and years And that's assuming that's just the trial you know not not including a sentence So we should probably mention that the bitcoin was also rated so not just the studio but the bitcoin embassy was also rated. There were Some folks that were arrested at that location as well. Well there's there's a funny story In regards to that they actually rated the wrong the wrong yet. There's more multiple tenant building basically and they made it a convenience store the move smart they raided the money move smart and the funny thing is they actually spent like hours getting a safe out of money. I was bring it back later because they raided the wrong address. There are no big coins in the safe. Dope was can even confuse a safe with a vending machine. Right like it's impossible to have confuses. There was a big sign on the door says bitcoin embassy you probably just too dumb to realize that there can be a safe inside one. They're like i thought this was digital currency. We're all bitcoin i. I don't know what they were thinking but they. They stole stuff from the convenience store and it hasn't been returned and the reason they probably hasn't been returned because it was already on the truck heading to wherever it was going and so they literally just robbed outright robbed. The wrong people is what it comes down to it. It was it was absolutely crazy. And they wouldn't listen when people were telling them you're rating the wrong place. The wrong address. They wouldn't listen. They just ignored everything that was being told to them. It was absolutely crazy. And they absolutely did not care about the fallout like my dog like the mighty moose smart. Yeah and when we asked for a warrant and they refused to give a warrant to parties who had an interest in the place being searched. Oh interesting and they did this to multiple people. So i do want to give a shout out to everybody that helped there was a lot of people who showed up with cameras You know including ukraine obviously A lot of other people who showed up with cameras who showed up just offering assistance a lot of folks who have reached out to. I think all of us personally and said hey guys. If there's anything i can do let me know. Do you guys need anything all that kind of thing so i wanna give a shout out to everybody that helped. I'm not going to name names for obvious reasons because this is a broadcast show. But i do want to say thank you to everybody that has offered We i believe tip dot l. r. n. dot. Fm is still functional. If you go there and you want to donate and help us rebuild after these raids. There's a whole bunch of property damage to not only the buildings but you know the stuff inside as well. They did bring in the jaws of life at one point to the bitcoin embassy. I'm not sure what that was about. There was anybody trapped in a car but they did bring that in. I assume they're trying to get something you know securely fastened you know i. I don't know what they were trying to do with it. But they did bring that in They did bring in a giant truck. And i mean it looked like a kind of a big moving truck but with like a a weird look in semi-truck front end like a quad cab semi-truck to take evidence and i'm not sure what that was about it so i i can. I can probably give you an idea so this is actually really really heavy. The vending Other vending machines We're not talking about something that you can lift even with a all the proper equipment moving it requires you know a couple of people and it took the fbi. It actually took them. I think like six or seven people to move it even though it only took two people to move in but it was very very very heavy. They're not real men. They need three fake nine. Thrall real men. It's a government entity so they need you to three guys do the actual work while five or six guys stand around talented people what to do there important. Yeah i mean they. They had way more people than they needed in order to conduct a raid on Effectively what amounts to. I don't wanna say pacifist. But they literally are targeting people who are one step away from being pacifist people who advocate for nonviolence You know It was the government who came in and committed all the violent acts here and none of these people have committed a violent crime and this is not the first time this has happened. 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We're without phones today. Due to events beyond the studio's control if you don't already know the free talk live studio was raided by the biggest game in town by the biggest gang well on the planet really the federal government. I mean the. Us government is the largest government of all time in all of history and it wasn't one Law enforcement agency. It was all of them. Seems like it's probably the da. I don't think it was here. I did not see the d- the atf here. I didn't sir one. Atf goal one. That was interviewing people in the studio. Tonight it's myself. The reverend captain kick ass joining me spiny and chris just to let you know who you're listening to. It's a little difficult to do this. Show without all the normal stuff in place. So you know you'll pardon us for our ad-libbing as we go through tonight's program but we thought it was important important enough to put something together to cobble together a show. I do want to say thank you to break in the flow of course for being here and streaming this live because it appears at least some of the normal places that people listen to freetalklive are either hearing some sort of other programming or they're hearing what we call an evergreen program or a rerun of a previous episode of free talk live so If you happen to be listening to this and for some reason the show drops out a go visit breaking breaking the law over on youtube breaking the law over on youtube if you want to tune into the rest of this show so before we went to the break chris you had mentioned talking a little bit about the history of the free talk live studios and the fact that it has been rated previous. So it's been rated on numerous occasions previously only aware of one other time so there was two i believe law enforcement raids prior to an fbi raid five years ago and the fbi. The story is basically the fbi got really really angry at Free talk live and ian and mark but particularly in because he's the main guy behind the show and they attempted to undermine the show free talk live and what they did was what happened. Was i Mark edge basically pointed out that if the fbi was distributing child porn in the plane case and they just continue to keep servers going in order to catch predators. They actually enhance the servers. They made them faster. They upload more child porn things of that nature anyway well f. says child porn hurts children if fbi if if if that's the case then fbi was hurting children and he pointed this out and he was very critical of fbi. I for this and now this is a show that broadcasts on almost two hundred radio stations. That ticked them off. Two weeks later the studio was raided by the fbi for child porn in that remember the very case for which edge was criticizing them. Now mind you. The warrant was issued based on a lie and they slandered. Their objective was to slander effectively in freeman and the studio in order to undermine the ability of basically a show broadcast so their hope was to get the broadcasters. You know the radio stations to remove the show from their lineup and it didn't work arrests made because no evidence was found but they didn't give any of ins belongings back right and it took it took about five years actually to get some of the computers back now. Other devices were were still being. Were still in the process of attempting to be back but some of the computers were returned. Returned after a lawsuit at least for certain people and the other individuals had to put in their own requests to get those their devices back and so not everybody had gone through the process but one of the things we know for sure is the. Fbi doesn't give you computers or devices. Ever there is probably is. Probably if i had to guess probably the first time in history anybody has gotten computers back from the fbi and the reason they were able to get the computers back as guess what there wasn't child porn and there was no evidence of it and it was all basically fabricated to undermine free. Talk live and the activists here in new hampshire and the free state project and the migration movement and it failed. They have to make up horrible immoral things that in believes in because the reality is ian only believes that everybody on earth should be allowed to do whatever they wanna do. They just can't mess with him but nobody can resist messing with him but he believes that the you shouldn't use violence to achieve your social or political objectives effectively. Yes with anybody else. Can't mess with anybody else but you can do what you want unless it's in self defense you shouldn't use violence basically so it's not quite pacifism because a pacifist would say you know. Let them kill you. Let them hurt you Whereas a libertarian philosophy the non aggression principle says you can defend yourself but only to extent necessary. Only you can use violence but only to the extent that you know it's really necessary. And it's so this idea for somebody who advocates for peace that they would target an activist the advocates for peace. What does that tell you about our government. Well it tells you that they certainly don't care about freedom no they don't. We had a flag with the peace sign outside the circle with the the four lines or three lines in it and they tore that down for. Why did they have to do that. Those fbi the fbi right right right right. Yeah i I did notice that one of the agents was actually intentionally destroying a part of the deck while he was standing there and it had nothing to do with his job. And that really annoyed me. That really made me angry. Because it's one thing to trash place while you're doing your job but you trash a place. That has nothing to do with your job. Yeah my dresser that my closer and they went through it. And i also saw the big pieces broken out of it yet. They just they they were targeting You know targeting basically You know in the studio and the various other people associated around him because of what he represents he represents freedom he represents the very things that the fbi hates he just points out that the people who rated us today are oppressors of the american public. That's all he does. He doesn't hurt anybody he doesn't believe in hurting anybody else. For any reason. Not an aggressive louisville. The rest of us back and i don't wanna say yes to hold back but some sometimes people get upset and they say things that they don't mean and they may come off a bit violent and you know what he's the one holding everybody back. So that's that's telling you when they target somebody liked this guy you know. There's something so seriously wrong. Yeah and it just illustrates that no matter what. Your belief system is right even if. You're a pacifist if you're religious religious if you're multi-religious Whatever your belief system is the government doesn't care now don't care they're gonna come in and do whatever it is they're going to do and they don't care they care to the extent that if you might be waking up other people other norm e type people from their programming than they need to silence you. I'm just doing my job. I hear that frequently from cops. Say i heard the cop that was flirting with me today after my boyfriend was stolen from my house. What piece of crap you get a badge number or name. No i think him getting my dog. I did notice that of all of the different ellios law enforcement officers that i saw today many of them had dame tags covered up badge numbers up. They were all wearing masks of course except for one guy who turned out to be keen detective and he had a horrible attitude. Yeah towards well basically everybody. Yeah there was definitely people there at the scene that had their they had them kinda covered up. So you couldn't see the number or whatever it is. That's on them right. And i tried to zoom in with my camera and i could i could zoom in but you couldn't see the number because more free time coming up free. Talk live if i was freezing to death in the car with the keys on the floor is still been charged right any case. What what what happened with me was yeah be threatened me with four and a half years in state prison and this is what led me to the ideas of liberty that i say. This is crazy eddie and hurt anybody. What's going through my head is this can't happen. I have to stop them. Guy should just go out like blasting it's not doing it by the way. Yeah i mean it's like hanging out with going swimmingly so this whole living thing. There's lots to it. 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Now that some folks are hearing what we call in evergreen episode or a rerun if you will on some of the radio stations there may be some streams that are also not getting us but we are live on breaking the flaw channel on youtube right now thanks to bring the flaw for being in the studio with us in bringing his equipment to make sure that there is some sort of a live broadcast tonight. We are recording this episode as well so we do expect it to be available on the normal places where you get your podcasts. As well as the archive at freetalklive dot com. So if for whatever reason you missed tonight's broadcast you're probably hearing it now as a rerun. We were talking before the break about. Well some of the history really right. Yeah yeah it was. it wasn't just And the fbi was just one of those petty raids that occurred before but on there was also law enforcement raids I know one of them was involving. Believe it or not them this a boarding house because they wanted to read these that as an excuse and then they found. I don't know if it was batteries. Missing from smoked. Dider or dead architecture. But that's like that's what it was about like. That's what they got him on. It was the most wild thing that's like a that's like a landlord. Violate it's not. It's not a boarding house. That's the crazy thing. It was never a boarding house right. So yeah plus. What's the big deal over half running a boarding house you own a property and people want to rent from you young. I mean you get upset even if it was a boarding house right. It's that's that's a decision between a renter guests and the property property owner. That's not anybody else's business. That's not the government's business. That's not anybody's the government thinks if they're It's one thing if if somebody somebody doesn't like to contract that they have you know move leave You know it's you know this is. This is a don't assign the contract You know it's not up to government to determine what rules everybody should abide by. We can abide by different rules. When it's a contractual agreement between two parties. Their rules that they put in place aren't even for the good of the people or for everybody's safety is just because they want cut of any transaction of money even if it means. Oh i have a room upstairs you can pay me one hundred dollars a month to rent rented. This is what's wrong with the government. They want a cut of everything. If there is a financial transaction why they wanna cut it despite the fact that they invested nothing into the business or the transaction at all. They put no time into it. They took no risk. They put no money into it. They put no physical labor into it. They put nothing into it yet. They wanna cut for what. For what reason could they possibly have earned any of that and if your problem with that personally listener is that you think that some of our money should be taken from us and given to the government for taxes for everybody's good imagine how much better everything would run if no taxes were taken from you either or anybody else you just want. Oh well he should get taxes taken away from him because my tax get taken away from me. Well if you you didn't get allow yourself to get stolen from then you would have way more money to put towards the things you want. I don't think people understand. Just how much. Money is being stolen from them. And it's a lot and the thing is people are always you know people on the left in particular. I think are always talking about how you know. We need taxes to pay for the poorer but those taxes don't go to cover the needs of the poor now and Not only that. But if you want to cover you know The needs of the poor. You know the best way to do that is through charity yes an actual reaching out like most people when they say things like that they don't actually care about the poor right. They just want to be absolved of caring about the poor by way of taxation. Like oh well they take taxes from me so that's taking care of the poor therefore i'm a compassionate person. No if you were a compassionate person caring about the poor you would get off your ass and actually go out and take care of the poor. You would be a volunteer in a charity organization or you would put together some sort of a charity organization or volunteer at one. That actually goes out and does firsthand helping you. Put yourself out there instead of allowing this insane institution on his government to take care of it for you. Yeah like ian. Money's insured person. I know that's what i'm saying in gives money to charity. He hasn't had to get taxed to get forced to do it. Well and the other thing. People are overlooking is the ability to choose things choose services more efficient charities over. I dunno government stealing the money taking sixty five percent of it for itself. And if you're lucky maybe giving a small trump of the rest charitable causes. And they don't even do that. Most people don't have time to look into it that deeply either i will. They took some money out. And i guess it kind of goes over here. What can they do by they. Don't they don't ever look into how much money was actually taken from me. Where did it go and why did so little of it end up at the place where. I think it's supposed to go there. Absolved of having to put their own brain cells together to figure that stuff out because well it's being forced upon me. I don't have to fight back. I just have to By an xbox and eat pizza all day yeah. I think people don't really fully understand because when often when taxes are shown to you. They're actually only a fraction of what you actually are paying so for example Payroll taxes. I have a company in our payroll. Taxes are basically about the same as what the paychecks up to so you can basically can. You can basically double your paycheck. So if you're making twenty three thousand dollars a year you all the signing are making forty six thousand a year if the government simply stopped taxing. You you're not poor anymore. And once you also factor into account other things like the fact that the government stealing money through property taxes. Well then all of a sudden you know that's another you know maybe as much as ten thousand dollars a year it depends on where you are but that's also going to get added on top of your either. It's gonna get in your end up in your rent increasing rent or it's gonna come back to you in terms of You know if you have a mortgage or whatever you're not gonna pay so that's ten thousand you'd have so you might end up making say twenty two thousand dollars a year working at mcdonalds. You might end up making fifty sixty thousand dollars a year or more working at mcdonalds in practical terms and people frequently who aren't familiar with the philosophies of freedom they frequently will say things like the roads who will build the row. What about the road. Road taxes really. Tiny percentage it's but if you look at the the amount of money that's taken from taxation in your community your city your state and you think that they've allocated x. amounts to go to roads well. The actual amount that goes to building the roads is a miniscule amounts of the money that they take because they have to pay for the bureaucracy right in front of it. All of the paper pushers that literally do nothing right. They certify things they signed things that make. It seem official right when their job is done. They never go away. I don't think people understand the inefficiencies the inefficiencies of government. I wanted to say this. Because i was having this conversation today with somebody who is adopted and adopted by i grew up with military parents and i was explaining discussing with him. How people who didn't grow up in the system just have this fantasy idea about the government but people who grew up in the system. It's common knowledge like oh. Yeah the the army's on it that will take three years like. Oh yeah y'all to go to the Office today to get your new paperwork. That'll be fine. That's gonna take all day so inefficient. Everybody does common knowledge. It's interesting that you talk about that. Because i have been in and out of the family court system I was adopted albeit by a relative. Eventually but i did find myself in foster care and an orphanage at some point As a child show and that is kind of like my first exposure to get the system. And i didn't put any of that together with philosophy until much later in life but you're certainly correct. There was sort of this almost this like not nod of acknowledgement between other kids who were in the system. Who kind of knew that. Oh yeah yeah you know. Oh oh you're going to get adopted. Well that'll take three months or whatever it is you'll take x. Amount of time because the courts have to go through all of their gyrations. They have to do a bunch of paperwork and all that stuff instead of just putting the kid somewhere safe because it's not a company with the proper incentives it's just bureaucrats and they're stupid laws. More free talk live. that is on the way. Yes they obviously is look. I'm sorry but you're in for a world of pain. If you use coin omi the reason is their wallet. Doesn't support payments. 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Talk live in the studio tonight. It is myself reverend and kick ass joining me and chris in case you hear what sounds like some weird per and some noise like that no. It's not the money printer. That was stolen that the government has that one makes ver as they decide to inflate. Your currency did actually leave one of them behind. And i won't be exactly what that meant. What i mean by money printer but they did miss something big huge so big. I'm afraid they might come back. Great again you know if you need a job done for twice the cost and half the quality that takes three times the budgeted time while governments. Your man oh yeah yeah. It's interesting so government. I mean we're talking on the last the last segment we were talking about how inefficient government is and people think. Oh well there's a bidding pry at least the people who have some clue about like how government works. So i'll explain it for those who don't understand there's usually a bidding process it process that goes on they're supposed to be a bidding process. That goes on an idea of that. Bidding process is to get the government. The best deal problem is that the practical reality is that the way things work in the real world the people who basically say okay we need. I don't know two thousand computers or whatever it is. They end up specifying now. They might not be able to put a manufacturer down but they specify to a point in which there is only one manufacturer and factual knows this and so the manufacturer doesn't provide any kind of discounts. And what will happen is there will be other bids but it will be based off quotes from the manufacturer so those other bids are basically higher than the retail price. The really paying retail. They're not getting the best deal and in a in a private corporation situation. I can tell you how they did would be my company. Does this You might you might pay like half or a third the amount of of that retail price. But the government. No that's not how that works in the world and in fact in some cases even this is not supposed to happen. The manufacturer will increase the bid above the basically the retail price and the retail. Price might not be quite the right word. But you get the idea. It's more than your average person. Would pay your average business would pay. Which chain happen but it happens routinely with every industry if the government told Decided that everybody was supposed to you by law have iphone and they told iphone Make this many iphones. And we're going to give him out for free all the sudden. It take costs so much more to produce an iphone. Well i'm old enough to remember all of the stories back in the day of the toilet seats that cost twenty thousand dollars and the military. I spent you know five thousand dollars on a bolt that you can get at the hardware store for twenty five cents things things of this nature. I also know of. Because i've worked in the tech industry for long enough. I know of software companies hardware companies who their entire business is based on selling to the government. They don't have any other customers other than government and they refer to the government as their cash cow. Oh yeah so what. Most people don't realize is that every business is basically How do i say this are biased. I don't know if bias quite the right word. But they're basically they have a very very strong interest in keeping the dollars flowing from government because their dollars from government are always the the most amount of money to any company and will pull in basically so the cash cow. Raymond don't do what the government says or some bureaucrat. Says even though you know even though there's a bidding process you won't get the contract so you have to basically do whatever the government says in this is basically every business every major business of businesses that you think are small like i dunno penguin we are effectively manipulable You know if at least i didn't have a higher moral standard you know. There's a lot of money that we get from government. You know the one now. Let's bring that around to the events of today We've said there are somewhere around fifty people here today. Maybe as many as another twenty or thirty at the other location there may have been some of the same people back and forth and whatnot but for the sake of argument. Let's just use the number fifty. It's an all day job right between the two locations through. They probably paid eight hours if their hourly or whatever their salary people coming go there was actually also within eight hours right. They also deployed equipment right At at some point. I saw what i can only describe as three cars pull up and at least two people get out of every car so it's another six people these people look like. Maybe they were you know. I don't know they were maybe going to catalog the evidence or something like that. They had clipboards in pans. And you know they looked a little nerdy for me And so they had to employ these people to do whatever it was they were doing whatever evidence. They are collecting At both locations They deployed special equipment. I said the jaws of life locations. Really these i screwed up and not only was just these locations here locally but they were locations elsewhere in the state of new hampshire fi that we're actually there were six places that the at least that we know of that they went to right because You know one or two of them had the vending machines that were hijacked by the government. Does that make new hampshire the first state to get bitcoin. Vending machines hijacked from the government. Stolen yeah i i haven't heard of anywhere else. There have there was at least. We covered one store and facebook live. Well so let me explain. The there was at least one guy who had some vending machines and he didn't fill out like the paperwork to like. Be a money transmitter. Or something like that and the government sent him like a letter and said hey you know we know you have these vending machines and he responded to them and then they arrested him. I don't know if they took his vending machines. Or if they you know what i mean but like that's how his business ended. He didn't do the proper paperwork. The government didn't get their cut of nothing right. Because i mean they didn't help put him into business and all he took all this government didn't get their cut and so he was prosecuted. One of the problems with this is that there isn't a proper paperwork because the rules that they apply or so obscure and broad and conflicting with each other. It's you don't actually know what the proper thing is. Now if you go to the lawyering ask the lawyer where he's going to tell you do everything. And then it's a lot more because you don't want to end up their thumb because they can basically prosecute anybody they want for any reason. They want because they've intentionally made it obscure and broad and everything else conflicting so Just bring it back to my point all of the people all of the municipal the bearcats the specialized truck that they had for the equipment the jaws of life that they deployed all of this requires not only people but expertise and equipment cost gas salaries all that stuff. How much money did government spend today just to raid otherwise peaceful people who have harmed. No i mean it's got to be. I mean like the lowest estimate that i can even imagine would be just for maybe salaries would be like seventy five thousand probably years. So it's gotta be way higher than that once you take into account like specialists step yet paid more and all sorts of other things. This just doesn't make any sense of you still believe that you should be giving your money to the government to figure out how to spend it. They've just shown time and time again that they are not going to do the most cost effective thing and give you the best product. They're gonna give you the worse every single time. They have no incentive to do any of that they have no incentive to provide you the best of anything they have no incentive to make it better than it was before they have no incentive to improve on any of their processes for any reason and they're not even going get back the money even after go through all of this effort right right. You're going to spend millions of dollars and they're not going to get back. Whatever it is that they supposedly lost. Or what are however they want to phrase it right whatever money they think they get or whatever right even gonna make up for in the prosecution and let's let's add to it like the court costs the jail. They had to build a jail. Put somebody in. They have to now go in front of a judge and the prosecutor and all that kind of stuff jail. Yeah yeah normally. I would give you the telephone number and ask you to call in. But we don't have any phones because well. The government totally sucks but what we do have is more free talk live on the way you feel like you're nation state or community no longer holds. Your values have dreamt of a place where people agree that liberty is important and are free to pursue their projects so long as they respect the property of others. There many people just like you. That are discovering free. Private cities dot com their social media links at the upper right of the page at free. Private cities dot com. 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Deft because that's what it was. It was deaf. They outright stole from us and damage to property. I mean this is. The definition of crime was any person or property harmed. yes a bunch of people and property were harmed. Property was harmed in the way that they broke into these places both the studio here and big ones even door to vans all that kind of There's a lot of construction that needs to happen And so they may have undermined the structural integrity of the building and people were kidnapped right so that is harm. That's persons and property. This is the definition of crime perpetrated of course by the alphabet agencies so we are unable to take your calls today but we have cobbled together some semblance of a show and again thanks to break in the flaw for broadcasting this on his youtube channel As sort of a backup. It seems that some of our listeners are hearing in evergreen episode. 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Bitcoin dot com is your source for buying currency getting wallet app mining trading and all the latest cryptocurrency news all on a slick and easy to use website. Please visit bitcoin. Dot com bunny. We're gonna say something say you really should be getting into crypto if you're not already into it because how are they going to get the money to get hooks to throw in your windows and to break down your doors or to get fifty people outside your house to kidnap you If you're not transacting in their us dollars that's what the that's why we call it the blood money you know. I think i think what people don't always understand when they when people say. Bitcoin is private privacy friendly and it's not it's pseudo private but or pseudo anonymous but the thing that you gain with bitcoin is controlled they no longer can simply send a letter to your bank to seize your assets right now they have to read your home and the heck of a lot more expensive and that's why even though bitcoin is not totally private other cryptos minero but that's still a good reason to use bitcoin and bitcoin cash and not cryptocurrencies. That are not totally private. Unlike physical cash right. Where if you had a suitcase full of fifty thousand dollars and you wanted to go to another country with it and take it there for whatever reason whatever your reasons are they would seize that from immediately if they found out absolutely whereas if you have virtual currency crypto currency that is You can just take that with you wherever you go because you don't have to put it somewhere doesn't exist physically so you can cross borders. You can cross into a different country without fear of your hard earned value being seized from you. And how when you arrive at the other place all because you remember to username and password or you remembered a specific address. And i'd like to say that they won't come in read your house most likely because they're targeting in freeman. Yeah this is this is something is the result of being an activist. Your average person doesn't have anything to worry about. Crypto you know in terms of crypto currencies. And that'd be rating the f. b. i. basically doesn't actually do much in terms of law enforcement. The state actually does those things in the federal government. What they do have is they have unlimited resources to go after select people to make examples of what they they're trying to do right and they don't have the money to go after They don't have the resources to after you know anybody. In terms of what is possible. at the state level. the state government has way more law enforcement. They have way more resources than the federal government does in terms of you know basically arresting people and throwing them engage most people who end up in jail cell end up in a cage. They're ending up in a cage as a result of states. And that's one of the reasons. Why the freeze day project in fact works. It's because by changing things at the state level. Eighty percent of the bad can be resolved. Well i want to mention to that everything that freetalklive dot. Fm ian freeman anybody who's associated with the organization. Anything that they do is part of the church right. This is a church now. It might not be your church. It might not be you're religion but it is the shire free church right. It's still a church now. 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And talk about whatever's on your mind because we are without phones thanks largely and completely actually two members of the government local county federal gang the thugs the goons coercive monopoly coercive monopoly. Yes thank you participated in saft really destruction of property. The greatest of crimes kidnapping kidnapping absolutely area colony. Or we're allowed to say no aria. Nobody indian have all been kidnapped by these thugs. These liars the mafia. If you will thieves actually. That's an insult to the mafia. No i have respect for the mafia. At least the mafia when they break your knees you know they tell you they're gonna break your knees when government comes in and does it didn't tell you they're gonna break your knees and we talked about this recently on free talk but if the mafia said hey we're gonna take a cut of your business but in exchange we're gonna offer you protection. They would probably actually protect you from whatever it was they were saying they were gonna protected from instead of what the government might be a four service but at least it's a surface although Cops to talk to me today. We're pretending they're like. My friends are being their choice with you said so. Are you interested in chatting with us. And i said nope i invoke my remained silent. I invoke my right to a lawyer. I forget my etiquette. But i am the captain. I'm hosting tonight in the studio. It's bonnie and chris and chris during the break for those of you watching on the breaking the fly. Youtube channel may have heard. Chris mentioned fork. Fast forecast twenty twenty. One is coming up. You can join. Liberty minded voluntary assists anarchists and libertarians. From june twenty eighth through july fourth forecast twenty twenty one at rogers campground in the beautiful white mountains of new hampshire fog. 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That's not here saying. Hey are you aware of what's going on. And i totally wasn't and so I logged into my phone now. I have my phone set up to alert me for certain things. Those alerts failed me today. Either that or. I'm a much heavier sleeper than i anticipated. But i think that the alerts failed me today So i got an alert directly from this person. Hey do you know what's going. I logged into my phone. And i saw several messages about. Hey you know there's some raids going on to cetera. And so on so like other people they got out of bed. And i threw on some clothes. I gathered some things that i thought i might need and well i headed to where the action was and so by that time you know everybody who was arrested already been arrested. I couldn't get near the studio. They had a whole bunch of tape. A whole block coordoned-off. Oh yeah right both houses. Yeah i actually got here before. The went up and i was actually literally on the sidewalk across the street from the house Initially and i it was It was actually quite interesting. Because they didn't they didn't block the they had some cop cars out and stuff but they had an act. Had anything gone in yet when i arrived. So they're yelling at them. Oh yeah they were actually yelling. They were yelling at me back up back up. I'm like where where what barrier. What are you talking about their barrier. Somewhere that i should know about because there was no barrier and you know they were saying something about crime scene i think and and then start pushing me back and then the guy has saved me. You're gonna have to show me where this is because there is no barrier that i can see you have footage of footage and Hopefully we'll be able to edit that and get that posted the freaking dot com at some point. I don't have an account but hopefully get it to somebody who does have an account who do so they were right. It was a crime scene. They stole my boyfriend definitely definitely they were committing crimes they were committing crimes against humanity is the right word but suddenly people you know dogs. You know. it may not be illegal crime but it's certainly a crime immoral crime and that's wrong. They really traumatized my dog like we were driving around aimlessly today because in he knew something was wrong and he When we i drove us next as close says i could get to the house to see if they were still here. He started like freaking out when we were driving when he noticed the houses around us. That there's there's this is possibly sidon some people but it's possible that a couple of cats may died in the One of the raids and yeah. We couldn't find the cats and possibly hiding but it they may have gotten they may have escaped from the house and the way about her cats. The way that like. I feel about my dogs. That would be like literally like losing children's. Yeah we took a an extensive look in the basement and everything in the basement. They can get out of the basement so they may not be around anymore. They're right next to a very busy road and we didn't notice any dead cats but it there's a good chance that because we couldn't find them so yeah. I hear what you're saying to come to the studio. I was unable to because they had an entire block. And i tried. I tried came up to the first Caution tape right. The yellow tape. The police put out. There was already somebody with a camera on. We'll call it the okay side of the tape With a tripod setup they look like regular media maybe local news. Something like that I drove up to it. And as soon as i drove up to it. officer began like walking in the general direction of where i was so i just backed up. I pulled a uey and came around. And i tried to come in from the second of available part and i saw that nope i couldn't get through there and then i tried yet. The third time note couldn't get through there either there's only three ways to get to this particular property and so i was like okay. Well i guess. I can't get to the studio and find out what's going on. I'll pop over to the other location. The bitcoin embassy they they'd intentionally attempted to hinder us from get us. So far away. That even with a zoom lens. I could not get a good shot of what was going on so now i did end up moving and i ended up getting a better shot in the end while before i wasn't able to get any show after moved us back the second time and then i moved around and then they started harassing us again. Did any other people or activists show up like with you. Fortunately the only other person should boyfriend and he showed up a little bit. Maybe an hour. After i arrived. Okay so I know sometimes when these things happen and the messages go out depending on it was available. M in the morning okay. Most people most activists. Don't get up that early. And they wouldn't have seen the message into later and a lotta people came out in support. But it wasn't much later if i hadn't been awake at six. Am still up. Yeah i wouldn't have got. I wouldn't have seen the message. And i wouldn't have gotten my you know what over here to start filming The just absolute insanity. And i'm the only right now. There's a lot of film that went out over. that was streamed live but there is even more film. That was the core of the most interesting part of it. Hasn't been released yet so like i said Freaking dot com eventually will hopefully that video up. And you'll you'll just see how absolutely insane this raid was. This is nothing compared to the last raid of the studio was nothing compared to this raid multiple windows. You know were torn out. Building was caught possibly compromise. 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Something and in the comments section to say this is a donation to freetalklive recovery. And and if you purchase anything and for yourself a hell. I'm i'm willing to give the the all the prophets to the studio and recovery tonight the chrome or actually any any any time today or tomorrow. We'll we'll donate all the profits. That's kick thank you for doing that chris. We have been talking about. Of course the raid here in the studio the raid on the bitcoin embassy And also some other locations around new hampshire where there were some vending machines of the cryptocurrency variety Where the the man if you will. I don't know exactly which agencies showed up where and took what but i. I've been told that these vending machines have been removed. Trash slow trash doug slaves. Yes i've been told that these machines had been removed from these establishments so interestingly enough Some of the machines have been removed. All right and this is something that's important to point out and this is. This is one of the reasons we know that is in that. They're targeting. I feel you know it's in that they're targeting and the studio and the show and the reason for that is because they went after people to in locally and they didn't go after people who were a little bit more at a distance so they didn't go after people they knew they could have gone after but they didn't. They selectively chose people very close that were very involved with the studio every single person i believe actually is involved currently or was involved recently with the show so i i wanted to get back to wait Christmas saying earlier about like the fact that they put the tape back as far as possible on every route to the house here Into to make it hard for them to zoom in on it and stuff that I just think that we need to really focus on the fact that of like just the facts of what happened to them. People were terrorized in their own home and they don't they didn't want you to see they want to keep it. They wanna keep bid to where you can't That's why they took the stuff from the show. They took stuff for the for the show that they don't even suspect whatever they're claiming to suspect in of doing from just because they wanted to not be able to let us broadcast tonight. Because you hear about what they're doing. Maybe you'll start questioning if we really need a course of monopoly on violence running any facet of our lives. When we could just be doing it ourselves there are. There are alternatives to Monopoly on violence and there are places that actually don't have A very large police force or any police force in some cases and some of the ways especially in some of the more dangerous areas that this problem assault is through private security right and when you get rid of the taxes it becomes a cost effective solution to security. Wait chris you mean that. There is a place where there's no tax based police force. If i decide. I'm not secure enough. I can reach out to a business that provides security services and choose the level of security that i need at a price that fits my budget. Yes and if they don't do the job that i contacted them to do. I'm free to seek a different service providers that will that's amazing. That's exactly right. I didn't believe that was possible. In fact we've actually had interviews with people who provided private security on this show in. I don't recall exactly where but they. They provide private security in areas. Where basically there there were. There were very minimal police presence minimal or no police presence basically. So what else happened bunny. So do you mean during the raid. Today you said you want to talk about you. Know the facts of what happened and you want to make sure that you got the story. Someone people here like about what. The government is thinking or governors pushing about what happened. I don't want people to just read. A headline like person uses bitcoin to money laundering. They just decided. The facts of what happened Not nothing like that was happening in in the the real crime that happened yesterday or this morning was that people were woken up out of their sleep and broken or pulled out of their house and kidnaps a house was potentially Severely damaged in the process. Four significant windows And structural damage may have occurred as well a house in a very you know and i don't mean this to insult keen. General keen is kind of a mayberry in as far as cities and towns. Go right twenty three thousand people. It's highly residential. Not the crime rate. Here is nothing. There is no crime if you leave your outside of what happened. Today was a crime obviously but compared to giving in like a big city like boston chicago. And it's called the government right exactly but outside of that. As far as the residents are concerned it is a mostly peaceful town. I think most people who have grown up in a small town like yes. I know exactly what you're talking about. Yeah we we have. We have our problems In this town. But they're not they're not so sufficient or significant as to warrant a police force of the size in particular that exists here on nor do the police actually do things that benefit the populace. Here a mostly. It's the doing things like issuing tickets and some very usually they won't even do anything for you and especially when there's a real crime so i was just going to say like i don't wanna keep bringing up coconut because it's all i care about but i just think it's the epitome of the nastiness of what happened today wetted a little innocent dogar. Our cats do to deserve their people getting a manhunt handling them. It was really scaring him and get his friends. Getting screamed at gun pointed at them and all the crazy noise that they made in her house just the noise. Pollution alone probably really traumatized a little dog. Well i want to bring up the lack of human respect right I've been in and around this studio of this house. The people who live here And make it their home and making you know their life's work if you will Through the church and that type of thing to know that if somebody knocks on the door generally somebody's going to answer. Yeah so i. Government was in their mind. They were authorized to use all of this force to do their no knock raid and to smash the windows and doors fu oil. Of course it was. But what i'm saying is the lack of human respect is they could of knocked. i read. They just knocked and we're let in. They were nobody nobody resisted. Nobody did anything You know violent in response. And that's despite the fact that i believe there were guns in in these complexes this complex at least on one side or another. And you know there everybody's peaceful though and they knew that they knew that before they entered. Yeah so again just a lack of respect and you know that these are all yeah. We're gonna get some action today. Yeah you know what i mean. They had a really ready for i. Oh yeah that's you know they're thugs because they're pumped up to get a piece of the action. More free talk live is on the way. Our number three is coming up. There are lots of ways to listen to free talk live. Our podcast has been around since podcasts began and now the f. t. l. feed is loaded with content besides are full show archives. Did you know that we make it. Easy for you to customize your podcast subscriptions we have different feeds. One that includes only are full shows one with just the daily digest and our main feed. That includes everything. You decide what you listen to. It's quick and easy to customize your feeds feeds dot freetalklive dot com. That's feeds dot freetalklive dot com. 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Thanks or does help us undermine what the government has done all right help us by making a donation showed them that they cannot screw with freedom. Friendly libertarians who are trying to advocate for peace. I do want to say thank you. There was an anonymous donation that we received via b. c. h. of seventy five dollars whomever is listing and gave us that donation. Thank you very much. We will make sure that that goes to the rebuilding of the studio and the bitcoin embassy to get us back to where we were before. The government decided to commit crimes. It's peaceful. I don't think we can ever recoup that was stolen at the end of the day because it was substantial a substantial amounts of money But we can. At least hopefully you know raise enough funds to recoup the costs of equipment to get people back up and operational again you know as far as the studios concerned and so on indeed. I'd like to say that the fire free actually did this for another company before like when The that tillis. Jim guy all their money seized out of their bank accounts. Because they using. Us dollars Bear was a bitcoin wallet. Setup for them in the shire free church donated lots people donated to. It might be a good idea right now to talk about what the shire free church has done over the past electric. Do that in just a second. But first i want because we've been talking about bitcoin and crypto currency and donations. I wanted to repeat the ways that folks can donate Bitcoin h is cerium I even accept Bitcoin toshi vision and dash. You can donate to captain kick ass at edge. You can also make a donation over on breaking the law. That's his youtube channel breaking the flaw. He has methods of donation that he's posting on his channel right now he's also live streaming are episode. Thank you again for doing that. Breaking the law. I also wanted to say that. Everyone's always talking about by bitcoin by bitcoin bitcoin. Well i know. Sometimes that's boring as hell but how about earning some. Bitcoin getting paid with it. That's the way it is money after all if you want to earn bitcoin at your business any pay x. Dot com is the way to do it. Your customers will love it. Everyone in town. We'll talk about your store being the bitcoin store and it's just plain fun. Get the free app and start. Earning bitcoin at business visit any pay. Axs dot com again any pay x. Dot com all right. Chris you wanted to mention some things for shire free church done in the pal right right right so the tire free church has in the past. I don't want to go into The details of the donations that attempted to be made in in. How do i say this. Who were and how and what because of how. Things kind of unfolded but basically entire free church has attempted to donate hundreds of thousands of dollars to charitable causes like a homeless shelter for example and A multi multicultural center for peace basically as well Related to the church itself. So it's not it's not You know some people might be thinking. Oh it's just some money making scam or something and it's not it's actually. It's really a charitable organization. I think is best waiter to phrase is that is that i mean because Lots of things that the shire free church dies like eller donna fem. It's not bringing in any type of revenue. it's just outreach. it's all like i'll find out sometimes that you know like you'd mentioned earlier like the church made a donation to like this like the jim right. I'll find out that later on like doesn't advertise any of this stuff. He'll just do stuff and you'll find really did yeah. I totally church did that. And he won't even take credit for himself but church did. It's part of the church's mission to spread peace and freedom and this. This is the thing you know in won't tell you about the you know the all. These donations That that his church as minister of the church has made to really good worthy organizations and i- donations to the local charities as far as like the homeless shelters and things like that have been done with no fanfare by the press won't cover that with the press will certainly cover what happened today. Right yeah and it's sad. I mean You know all the good that the church is done shire free churches done and they're basically stealing money from a charity right. Just remember that. They're stealing money. The government the the. Irs the atf government entities that came in and raided and destroyed a lot of people's lives. Are they're attempting to one of them. The focus is a charitable organization. Now just think about for a minute. What would happen if all five or six of these goon squads these federal agencies full of thieves and liars if they rated the local catholic church local lutheran church or the local whatever. You should be outrage in the street protesting. You should be getting to the point where you're ready to use violence advocate for violence you but you should try to restrain yourself. That's how angry you think. The community at large would have a different response to that than what they are going to have to this raid. Today i think so and i think the fbi is going to manipulate it. And they're going to get the newspapers. They're gonna slander the shire featuring hinder freeman. Because they already have. They're gonna slender free talk. Live local press has run a few articles of both here in key as well as in other parts of new hampshire. Sure that this is going to get national coverage the last time there was a raid There was coverage nationally of it. And i think because of the fact that there were so many different agencies involved that it kelly out but get some national coverage. I think if you're listening and you think anything. The government is saying about ian or any of us or free. Talk live or the sheriff research Is true or even bitcoin. I think the you should listen to the show more even if you hate us because it it's just gonna help you fact. Check the government. You're going to see a You're gonna directly an example of why you shouldn't let the government fiji you your information. You shouldn't let the government Media fiji your news because they're gonna be lying about a people involved and they continue to do so and in fact that's a great point you can actually go and listen to past episodes of free talk. Live over at freetalklive dot com. There's an entire archive section that has going back decades of free talk live so if you do want to fact check the government and what. We've been broadcasting that we have indeed been advocating for peace and freedom. You know go ahead go. Freetalklive dot archives dot freetalklive dot com. We'll get you there directly and go listen to some of our back episodes. I just want to give a thank you in a shout out to t j. Thanks for the forty bucks. That was just donated day. Dj the spy is actually a prayer co host on the show. So thank you very much. Yes thank you it is. It is i mean. I can't think of any other words to describe it. It's a crime what happened today. It is several crimes. Actually it's a moral crime and that's that's the only real crime Moral crimes you know. Be as government. Governments are criminal entities their criminal organization morally criminal entities and we need to talk about disbanding them not adding to them. If you disagree with bitcoin on the level that the government does just go. Try to put a hook through somebody door who uses bitcoin and see if they don't prosecute eufor crime. Yeah exactly what they did to most people who frown upon. Bitcoin don't understand it and they are caught in the mesmerized of the federal reserve note which is neither federal nor do they have any reserves by the way the us dollar has lost more than ninety nine percent of its value in the last one hundred and fifty or so years. The chart on the value of the dollar does nothing but huge nosedive over that course of time whereas bitcoin is a new technology the blockchain and all the different crypto currencies that have been invented surround since bitcoin Solve the problem value exchange without a third party without a centralized party government and it increases in value. The more people use it particularly overtime. Indeed this is normally where i tell you the phone number but freetalklive. We've got more coming up. 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They were like we want to have this here in our business and the thugs showed up and took it. Oh you know what it occurs to me that there's places that we even thought of that. They must have taken other vending machines from. Yes yes so. There's well i. I don't know how many we want to name in that kind of his seven. Eight nine ten ten places that might have been rated i. I don't know how many were taken. We don't have account we don't we don't talk i'm just Okay but yeah indeed. The the thugs were definitely in action. Today i do want to take just a minute to also say thank you to cory. Cory is an amplifier. And i apologize. I believe he's a silver amplifier. But i may be wrong cory. What is amplifier. You might ask well over at amp dot freetalklive dot com. You can is a good idea. Do we know the money's going to actually. Well i have to of anyway so okay. Oh yeah okay fair enough you have to think of anyway. Go for it corey. I'm thanking you for being an amplifier. An amplifier is visit amp dot freetalklive dot com maybe hold off on using the crypto currency or becoming an amplifier. For the moment. But if you are an amplifier like corey then we think all of you That money does go exclusively to help. Get this show on more radio stations. Were currently on something. Like one hundred and eighty five radio stations. It could be two hundred eight. It could be two hundred fifty. Could be three hundred. It has hit two hundred. It could back there. Been over two hundred helps and make that happen so so. Thank you again to corey for being amplifier. We appreciate you We wanted to During the break we were talking about. We wanted to alliterate a little bits on nobody. Yeah so nobody so. When i arrived we should for anybody just tuning. Nobody is a person who is hello on this show who changed his name to nobody in case you're confused when we talk about nobody or we say that nobody did or nobody didn't do this. We're frequently referring to a person with the name. Nobody yes so. You could vote for nobody in other words when he ran for mayor. Correct and It was a. He's an activist so he does activist things and changing his name to nobody was his act part of his activism so nobody When the studios were rated and i showed up around like six ten one of the one of the first people that i saw get taken out was nobody after they bash the door down and everything else and they pulled him out you know basically handcuffs behind his back and you know shuffled him. Basically to the the police vehicle And i believe if i recall correctly it was thinking undercover vehicle Marked i believe you marked. They kind of pushed him inside. Shoved him kind of inside. And i think that he had like just woken up. I don't think that the explosions will come up I think that he had just been woken up because he seems so confused and he was like kind of giggling but not like he was actually happy. leg he i got taken out like two or three minutes before him. Being held up against a car with my hands behind will Handcuffed by back. But i heard them like yelling. The same things to him that they had yelled to me. Like put your hands up in a follow my voice in in like nobody was like saying things that are like my god you know like. He was like appalled and couldn't believe what was happening. Suddenly he just woke up and When they started really yelling at him really bad as coconut started growling because they were getting really mad like he wasn't complying but i think he'd literally just been pulled out of bed he he walked past me getting pulled like really honestly not very nicely by these police officers and he was like. Oh hey he didn't even know. I was out there. I think his is. Shock was actually the extent to which the raid occurred. This was not an ordinary raid. This was not a raid where they came. They knock on your door you know. It was literally a knock braid where they broke the windows. They undermined the structure of the building and they flew drones in and they had atf. Agents here to make sure there weren't any bombs now mind you peaceful activists nonviolent and they knew before they entered. There wouldn't be any resistance. They just wanted an excuse to show off their toys people here i think i think everybody who was arrested. This isn't the first time they've been arrested and never has anybody expressed any sort of violent will to use violence to achieve social or political objectives. And nobody has been arrested. I i can't i just in the last year. Probably he's been arrested a dozen times and he's actually won a dozen cases in the last year. you know this is these are people who have been targeted. They've been targeted with charges. More often than not that had no basis in reality and the charges were dropped where they would wanting court. That doesn't happen every time. Because you know the court systems are corrupt. The judges are corrupt and the prosecutors are corrupt. Everybody's corrupt the whole system is corrupt. So even when you have video of a situation and it's one hundred percent clear that you're in the right. Legally you still only have a fifty percent chance of winning that case these people risks even when they did everything legal when they decided to take it to court and that's one of the things one of the activism activists things we do in new hampshire. Is we take things to court. We risk going to jail. Sometimes because if people do not stand up we all lose not enough people. Stand up and take things a trial. I'd like to say to that people who participate in activism. Whether it's in the studio whether it's you know man on the street stuff whatever form of activism you're doing as far as forwarding the philosophy of freedom and peace. These people all take risks. Right take risks. Some of the hosts have day jobs. I'm one of them right. And like you know if an employer doesn't like the content of the show they can find a way to fire you. Do you know what i mean. Yeah there's there's risks being taken just broadcasting the speech that we do the type of talk radio that we do. There's risks involved in that and there's risks involved in every form of activism so if you are doing activism thank you but also if you're not doing activism think about doing it because the less the more people that we have promoting the ideas of peace and freedom the more we are going to have of peace and freedom absolutely and yeah i worry about getting i worry about losing my job all the time i mean you know i won't lose my job. I own the company. I could lose my job if the government comes in and raids the place. They steal everything that i've worked so hard for and i have no way to get back for so long such a long period of time that louis be going out of business so it's good to talk about this because a lot of people who believe that the government is there to protect you and they trust the government and the police so much need to hear the other side of people who were afraid of the police and not doing anything wrong when they're not big time heroin dealers. They're just a computer salesman. Certainly has an effect on many people. This is free talk. Live the post government. Reyad addition more on the way congressman recently revealed that legislation totaling twenty nine hundred pages and involving more than one trillion dollars was available to members of congress for less than forty eight hours to study and consider that's over sixty pages of legislation per hour. Do you think anyone read the entire bill. 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Yes it is a free talk live normally. I would tell you that this is a live call in radio. Talk program where you can take control of the year with well. It's not you can't as today fundraiser. now it is a bit of a fundraiser into one. Anyway that is true. You are sadly in case you're just tuning in the studio where free talk live broadcasts from as well as bitcoin embassy which is a different location from here. We're rated by as many as five. Maybe six different federal agencies or government agencies. I should say argon squads tyrants parasites thugs slaves to the politicians to student jobs. Yeah and it's not it. There's there's been a six to twelve probably different places and individuals that have been affected by this that they went to people's homes and knocked on the doors and some people didn't let them in. I mean we don't even know if they're done right other places where their next all each of us here We don't know by the way in the studio tonight. It's myself the captain. It's funny and chris and yes to some extent this. This is a fundraiser. Now because there has been extensive damage not only to the studio the structure of the building in which the studio resides irreparable damage. The gear inside the studio is in all different states. A lot of it has been confiscated. Anything that resembled a hard drive or a computer has been taken about. The satellite has gone having lucked. Oh i'm sure it is yeah And so you know. Extensive damage glass all over the place. Some folks here did a bang-up job of attempting to clean up and so that we could cobble together some sort of a show today done currently. Yeah there's there was some awesome manipulation. I believe that occurred as well. I don't want to go into details on what that was. But basically i believe i believe i've good reasonably. They intentionally disabled or broke. Certain equipment. That i don't need everybody. I don't eat everybody out there to know about but it was deliberate and had nothing to do with what they were here for as far as their job. So there's a couple of different ways that you can if you have it within you to donate to help rebuild the studio to help rebuild the bitcoin embassy and the equipment the property and the lives that have been affected by this Is you can visit breaking the flaw on youtube streaming. The show live tonight again breaking the flow. We appreciate you for that And he will put some donation information on his youtube streams and as the once. The show is over. Of course you can view it View the recorded show you can also send donation to captain kick ass at edge. That is what we call. Vanity crypto currency address. Thanks to edge wallet for making that possible You can send regular bitcoin. Btc send bitcoin cash pch. You can send a theory m e t h you can send psv. Bitcoin toshi vision of those are the main players And any donation of course is appreciated. I just wanted to say. Thank you to i apologize. Malays malays for sending fifty dollars thank you. Malaysia is an awesome person And is that are malays. it has to be. How many malays can there be. You're probably night. Thank you thank you so much. Yeah it means a lot to us. We appreciate it so you know we're in you know nearly the last segment of our number three here what what's important to get out. So let's let's go over. Who was released and who still in jail right now. He has now. We're you take over. Well i'm reluctant to say okay. Spur some specific names. I know that some folks have been released with a bail condition. okay Do we know if aria nobody are ian have been re released. I know not nobody rian but what about are you do not know do you. Are you was supposed to be released. Yeah ok today. Did not definitely did not get released. Won't be he has the next day. Yeah it's a future fielder. I believe no. It's it's not in person. 'cause the was going to be in person could've taken until april twenty fifth because of covid. That's that's just like current guru courts. Now thank you because of covid my god. Just straight up spoils antioch chrissy like that's insane but you had a right to a speedy trial. Well you darn well better put in for one. But i don't think you're gonna get it either way and i don't think they're gonna let you out just because you don't get one well. The government has arbitrarily decided to declare right now. A state of emergency even though when you look around you. I don't see any emergency and somehow managed bring up. You know it's funny because you're not supposed to be able to suspend writes like that there have been rulings In more recent time that state of emergencies don't mean that all your rights are basically you know can be trampled over and that used to be the case. But that's not that's no longer the case so it should be interesting to see what happens. The problem is that unless you hold these bureaucrats to account yeah and nobody does You know you won't even you won't see those rights you know so are most people don't understand. Rights rights are not something that government gives you rights. You have as a condition of existence on planet earth if you how if you exist yeah. I actually saw some chatter about that And like we said this. These things may not be over yet. well we said the we're talking about the raids and we might not even be over You know all of the things that the feds are doing We're hearing some chatter that there may be some additional activity by law enforcement still going on right now. I'm reluctant to say what obviously it's absolutely crazy person That they may be going after has done everything by the book died of is and cross the t's and they are being targeted can you. These are peaceful people. Yeah peaceful freedom loving people. All they want is to be free to do what they decide is best for them. I say it all the time. There's only one person best to decide what you should do and how you should do it. And that's you. You should be the captain of yourself when people ask me like. Oh come you call yourself a captain. It's like because. I want everybody to be the captain of themselves. It reminds me to be the captain of myself right to have that nickname right. And so i tell folks this all the time. Like be the captain of yourself. You're the you're who better to decide for you how to live your life and what decisions to make what to buy what to sell right what to have in your life to keep out of your life. Who better than you to do. All of those things. Nobody of course. Who's the leader here. And i thought that there is a free enterprise in executives country at the at the very worst way you can look at any of the accusations that are going on with people getting rated today you should at least be wondering when did free enterprise become a legal winded this country not be about free enterprise. I can't. I'm i'm pretty tired right now. I think i think all of us are worn out. We've all been up. I think since very very early this morning and it's almost time clock and some of us have been up for last forty eight hours or so. Now so yeah. I don't know if you can tell them what's going well. Yeah you know. We've all had one of a day. And i expect that we're going to have a heck of a week as well. Well yeah end. That sucks man. I'm glad that you're ok though like physically. I'm glad that everybody else that was touched by these goons these creeps. These crayton's is also physically okay. That there wasn't any you know. Further tragedy then theft and property. 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Who think libertarianism is cold hearted get yours today at healing dot freetalklive dot com and use promo code f. T. l. For five dollar discount gut telegram. You can follow our channel there and discuss show prep with other listeners. A telegram dot freetalklive dot com. Welcome back it's the final segment of today's special and very interesting edition of free talk live. No you cannot have the phone number because even if you dial it's you cannot get through. We have technical difficulties up the wazoo. Hey that rhymed interesting We are unable to deliver the show as it is designed because of the multi government agency raid on not only the studio here but also the embassy the bitcoin embassy and other locations. Apparently that's one of them might even be going on right now but in the studio tonight. It's myself the captain. It's bonnie and chris and chris in bunny during the break here. You guys wanted to mention a few things that we wanted to get out and not forget. Show it kind of went over my head at i to be honest So one of the things we we noticed and this is often been the case in the past as well with pass rates but the government will do things that will kind it make. You wonder if you're about to be rated and this is a very clear example of s precursor. Yeah precursor does so yesterday. I believe it was the the freakiness youtube channel. Got a strike against it and a five day suspensions. No new videos can be posted right and that was probably a precursor to the rate today so that we could not get out to our support base you know fans and and do fundraising and things of that nature to suppress speech in. Beverly goes to show you how they don't want you to see the way that they handled it. They want you to see the the censored version that they're going to tell you. Why would you trust people that don't want you to see with your own eyes and make your own judgments about them. One of the things to also point out is that it was a very odd situation because the thank yeah a very odd situation because the video that got the channel suspended was basically a very old clip from. I think ten years ago or so that was basically a. Do you know if call. It's basically a fifteen second promo. I believe it was and that fifteen second promo had very little in it. That was violent or harmful. If if if any of the all violating the tubes violent and harmful violation that was appealed and the appeal was denied. And so as a result there was a five day suspension so no new videos can be uploaded to the free freaking youtube channel. Which is one of the outlets that we can utilize in order to fundraise so there are things like this. That may be product precursors to rates for anybody who ever you know encounters Who's an activist. Those are things you should remember when something seems a little off. It may be time to do a backup. Maybe time to you know. Throw some hard drives. You know somewhere else. That is you know not wherever they're going to raid with a friend someone who's not likely to be rated and so we wanted to mention the precursors and that sometimes you know these things can make it well. Why is this happening now. And then the rate occurs What were the other things that you guys wanted to mention. Well either either senator. The night before I took coconut on a walk at midnight. Pass like twelve thirty and there was a black car. Like van Facing our house but on another street kind of a little bit tucked behind the house across the street just like facing her house with the engine running in in the like pulled over with the lights off. So i will point something else out. There is a possibility of further raids occurring tomorrow There's reason to believe that the fbi is doing suspicious stuff today for impossibly secondary targets. So if you are an activist out there anybody who's even remotely connected to in freeman. Tonight is the night to shut down your computers. If it's encrypted do whatever you need to do get into your class or it's back up all your stuff. Yeah yeah Make sure your shut everything down. Get rid of anything that you might not want to be in open display if if you end up getting rated or something similar and then we wanted to also mentioned mastodon yes so there's a couple of different solutions to the attack on freedom of speech. One of them is library. Library is a decentralized platform for sharing videos. It's a replacement for youtube effectively. How do you spell it l. b. r. y. Like ninety five percents. Sure that's right so beyond search for it l. b. r. y. There is a another solution for being a replacement for twitter Called on. I clearly very tired right now. I do your best friend. Don is what they call federated so you can join one of any number of hundreds of different nodes so you don't have to run your own server decentralized social media exactly again. It's much harder to censor much harder to shut down. Where can you find the free. Talk live mastodon. do you know. Toot dot freetalklive dot com. I believe. Yeah toots t. o. o. t. dot freetalklive dot com. Okay there's a third now. Matrix is a basically sort of like irc discord What is some of the other other chat type. Apps the matrix chat over at chat dot freetalklive dot com. Exactly you can go there to check that out That's also federated. I believe all of our social media's as far as the show is concerned are listed at social dot freetalklive dot com There's also the free talk live. Telegram channel is telegram dot freetalklive dot com and with library. If you go there and go to the library accounts you'll see the Video the end just worked really hard on and put together Just showing the dumb copyright strike in explaining why you should move to library from youtube but he was gonna put it on youtube and went. That's when he discovered he added six day ban on youtube. So i put on library and it's up on the free keen library gentle. Yeah definitely check out library When you get more people off of youtube and google and all of these other Centralized platforms the government's control on because they're using them to manipulate everybody. And if you don't wanna be censored if you want to be free you gotta move off of these. More choice is always better. you know. Currently there are some top dogs in the social media. Business but the more that decentralisation catches on and the more that people realize. Oh i have more choice. Oh you mean. I can have more of the things that i want and less of the things that they yes. It's going to catch on. Somebody is going to invent the competition that these large social media companies are so afraid of and when they do watch out so a explore all of the different social medias that you possibly can. I particularly liked decentralized ones myself so we get a donation link again. We can if you want to donate crypto currency. You can send btc. Bitcoin bitcoin cash or if theory to captain kick ass at edge Also over at breaking the law on youtube. he's broadcasting. this show for us live tonight. Because we don't have any video streams He's got some donation information up on his channel. Again breaking the law. Thanks again for being here and helping us with. Yes i appreciate that. And yeah if you can spare it you know if you want to contribute to the rebuilding of this show and the studio and the bitcoin embassy. We appreciate anything that you can do. We will make sure that that those funds go exclusively to doing those things of course i. I'm a little speechless. I know you guys are tired. Was there anything you guys wanted to say in closing in the last minute or so of the show keep listening to the show as the freetalklive is as far as i can tell the only show of its kind on the radio. There are plenty of other talk programs. But i don't know another one that puts peace and freedom at the forefront of what it talks about not anything that's nationally syndicated radio show on the level of free talk live and they don't like it so keep going help us get back up in order and running again and if you ever want to know for yourself what ian or any of us a believe in you can go to the freaking dot com blog and read for yourself instead of getting your information from some article written about this ridge made to make the goons and terrorists look bad. The terrorists that literally terrorized me. My dog today go shire society as well Shire society dot com and it goes over a good summary of basically you know what we believe and you know sort of for me for closing. I want to thank everybody involved I'm gonna forget you know the the names. There's some people that. I don't want to mention by name. 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FTL 2021-03-19

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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FTL 2021-03-19

"It is free. Talk live the friday evening edition. it has been. Somebody pointed out to me that today is my seventh day in a row. Being in the first chair must predate the rate though right it does. Yes yes so. I normally do a saturday and monday. And then when mark is gallivanting as he is currently also fill in for him on sundays. So i did saturday sunday monday and tuesday and for those of you listening. Who aren't familiar. There was a terrorist raid here on the freetalklive dot. Fm studios as well as the bitcoin embassy and some other people's house smarts as well and the mighty maximize place and some other people's house that you know is near that location by a bunch of other people calling themselves law enforcement broken our windows and stole a bunch of our stuff and my boyfriend. Can you guys can hear me. Yes would you like more volume. Perhaps how about now. Okay yeah sorry. I can't hear myself. I think these headphones are turned off. Your volume is down about the problem. Is we hear you know okay. It's we're still Dering in the recovery process for the show after the fbi it was. It was the fbi. The funniest thing. I are ash or there's like to call because if you put the irs together it's bills. There's the irs. The treasury department took a half dozen agencies in order to raid the studio. It was pretty funny. They did and i think one of them could have handled it but no they had to bring it all six even about six km. They could've handled by knocking on the door and we all would have done exactly. The same just came outside and put our hands up every knowledge overwhelming forced. You need raise peaceful activists. Activists who literally are advocating against the use of violates twitter's social political objectives which means that we don't use violence unless it's in self defense and we actually go along when the government says you know. Put up your hands because well you know i mean it doesn't make lodge rationally doesn't make sense to like hurt them or anything else because well what's going to happen. The only thing is going to happen is you're going to get shot anyway. And what what's the best thing to happen to. An activist is to be arrested. It's gonna get the most publicity. That's exactly what you want. You've actually did us a favor. Also they publicly stated that we were not a threat to public safety before they did the right or during the raid but they already knew the hut which which is hilarious. Because like that's going to get used against the prosecutor when it comes to basically anything that they're arguing you know it's like and in fact was used against the argument. That occurred today. yeah. I don't know if we wanna talk about yet but we can but first we should finish our interests because we as we tend to do here we we go on tangent so i am your host this evening. The reverend captain kick ass joining me. It's funny and chris and again you know filling in for well everybody really Aria is at least currently unable to host Mr ian freeman is still being held hostage in a cage by the terrorists Mr edge has been gallivanting. He had some previous speaking engagement unrelated to the related. Yeah he just happened to be out of town doing some speaking engagements for some other freedom oriented opportunities. Nobody's even harder locked down than in. Are you serious. We can't find his information with. They're not letting us like they're just not Making it easy to find his like my number and stuff to write to him inmate number while he was he was straight up denied bail. You know this isn't the first time that's happened either. And he has a history But it's a violent history and the crazy thing is he's won like eight cases that last eight cases in a row. He's won like oh and yet they still somehow managed to keep him and hold him when he's clearly he shows up for his court dates. You know he shows up for like they have no excuse. You know as to why they are refusing bail. As far as i can. I can see but we were denied access to the hearing. If i'm not mistaken so there was no public hearing. I'm not aware of any and my guess is that ian is a bit more focused upon. And so everybody's you know. Obviously other person got a hearing. All right i understand. But i'm just saying as far as the communities yes earned a. I'm more concerned about nobody Because we haven't heard a peep about him your from him or anything about a trial. Well he doesn't wait. No didn't his trial happened. The same day as everybody else's i i don't know i mean the other members of the six. I'm pretty sure he was on sure. He's night bail and he was denied. We snow that but we got to see the hearing. It wasn't public wasn't disclosed to anybody. I think you may have missed it. I believe it was. Because i believe the not in a reasonable amount of time for people to actually show up in listen to nobody and also we're trying to call and get information to find out how how to see their things and stuff like that mark figured it out for ian because i mean he has to be able to contact mark. But there's nobody doing that for nobody so right and that's my concern is so whatever. It is the the hearing happened. And he was denied bail. We know that and so there had to have been a hearing at some point whether we re preview to it or not You know we can talk about that. A bit later but I'm more concerned that you know is he. I'm sure he's been assigned a public defender. But i don't know that. For a fact i don't know if he's engaged a regular paid attorney. I don't know if he's okay. Is he my under stairs. He being kept all that. You're saying that everybody had a public defender except for in. I'm not i. I'm were you know i'm concerned about nobody to I'm not. I'm not as concerned. I think as i would be if had been somebody else. Because here's the thing. Here's the here's the the positive positive look on this. Nobody has spent. He has spent time in jail he. He spent a year in prison previously. He has experienced with that situation and again. This is the positive look but it is scary to know that nobody knows where you are. Nobody has anybody any way to contact you. And that's concerning. I think. I i think that is a very concerning aspect of all of this. Yeah i don't know if the the gentlemen known as nobody that's who we're talking about in case somebody you listeners. Changes for political reasons. Yeah if you're confused about our language here. There is a person named nobody who is a host of this very radio. Show that you're listening to and he is unavailable to host as well Because he was kidnapped by these terrorists calling themselves government at any rate He is available as a result. As is mr freeman as is area and so our. Reo has been released. Are he's been really unavailable to host still fair enough. Yeah we're we're not sure there's bail conditions for our eso We don't know if she's going to be able to return anytime soon. I'm hopeful that she will be. It would be great if she could. So we're here until You know so. I'm happy to keep the show on the road. In fact we've said over the last several days that this is the largest sort of middle finger that we could hurl in the general direction of the folks who perpetrated the terrorism on the studio because they did indeed tried to take down. We did not broadcast live one day and we were back up the next day not because not in any thanks to them but only because we were able to patch things together in a way that allowed us. Well i had help. So i i can't take all the credit but as a former performed the show must go on. I i want to reemphasize that this whole you know. The last five years has basically been retaliation against n. and the show in particular because of lies that were told by one agent to get a warrant over a political statement. That was critical of that. And we'll talk about it more when we get back in did we will sadly we still do not have fun so i cannot give you a number to call in to converse with us again tonight. We are still working on solving that problem. And hopefully we'll have phones back soon but we'll have more free talk live coming up having taken her father's throne and cyril who has fallen out with one of our best allies and her brother nathaniel heads into imperial philadelphia with a reckless plan. That oracle thomas armed with new powers new allies aims to remove sara from her thrall and for the world of the living to survive and to gain the strings. 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It is a friday night and we're here doing the show. I cannot give you a phone number because the terrorists have affected our telecommunications system. They've taken it out in such a way. That i have a phone. The cable from the phone runs to nowhere. It runs to nothing. Used to be plugged into a computer that has been stolen. It is a A voip based line. Near as i can tell and so we're working on attempting to get that restored in some way shape or form. Hopefully we can get that relatively soon so we can once again be a live call in talk radio program also via our matrix server. We used to be able to also accept voice through that. Were unable to do that for almost the exact same reason the main pc which you wouldn't be able to see anyway even if we were a streaming live on video Was also taken out and so we do. Have they left the cameras but they took the thing the cameras all plug in into And also that the software you know resided onto power all of that and bring the signal into the studio so we can't take your calls is what i'm saying. It's interesting about this. Whole thing is even though they leave stuff they go out of their way to ensure that you can't use the stuff they leave behind. They cut wires. They they take critical infrastructure from you that you're dependent on stuff that they know or should know you know is not going to have any kind of forensics data on it. You know. there's just all this weird stuff they do and then of course they leave that behind the does actually have forensics value. And it's just like you bang your head against a wall. Being like incompetent are they. How revengeful can they get. He's going to pay for all security cameras outside. They got their chords. Snipped like m. y. The f. did that needs to happen. Didn't know somebody might see what you're doing to us do it. The last time they rated this people have to remember. this is the first time they've raided. This is entirely revenge thing. That's going on here five years ago five years ago in two weeks or so. Okay the fbi. Well five years ago they rated okay but they overrated over supposedly over something else and in order for that to happen and fbi prior to this two weeks prior to it there was a show and most people probably don't know this but there was a show where mark edge co host of free talk live one of the main co host. There was there was a story that was being talked about. And it wasn't hitting mainstream media only pretty much. The tech outlets hit it basically was broadcast by freetalklive and only free talk live on is the only nationally syndicated radio show that talked about only newspaper. You know there was. There were no major newspapers reported on. But basically there was a case called playpen and basically a playpen was a situation where the fbi basically took over servers but they didn't just take over the servers. They took over the servers. They made them faster. They added some child porn. More child porn to it and they basically incentivized pedophile to use the site and this was revealed and in some tech article somewhere and clearly public knowledge. They admit that free talk and they did. They had the goal to actually admit to this. If they were distributing child porn and mark edge had the goal to actually call them out on it and the reason he called him out on. It is because and i'm not saying that child porn is good but what i am saying. Is that the f. b. i. says distributing child porn hurts children. Well if that's true. Why are you disturbing report. That means you're hurting children. Yes okay and because he made that criticism two weeks later. The fbi rated the studio overt. Guess get take a guess. What supposedly somebody accessed from this one of the access points here or the internet connection here child pornography and guess where the playpen website. Okay now was a fabric. It was a lie that was used to get the warrant to rate. Did they find child porn. No this is probably the only case in the history of the fbi where somebody actually got their computer back and it was only five years basically later after there was a lawsuit. Involved in the fbi doesn't return computers. Would they child porn on them. Even if you win if you were to win the case and the reason is they can't give you back something that has criminal stuff on it. Basically so the fact that we got some of the equipment back is evidence that there was never any child and nobody ever got arrested. It took him five more years to come up with the case to build another case to have an excuse to rate again and somebody pointed out to me today. Something that made me pretty happy. They said people who are winning. Don't make moves like the government is making against us right now. This is the type of moves of people that are losing. You know that is a matter of fact and that reinforces my theory that we are currently living in what i call a closing society. A more accurate term would be a closing government because citing government or two different things. I take that term from naomi wolf. She wrote a book called the end of america. And what she did and she's a bit of a lefty too right. So but what she is. She did some research on Governments essentially societies as. She likes to call them. And they're sort of the ebb and flow right. A government is established and it sort of grows in that it sort of peaks and it sort of ends right and rome is a classic example that i always go to if you look at the trajectory of rome from when they started until when rome burned as it were You can see a whole bunch of similarities between that and the trajectory of the united states of america. It's eerie is what it is if you look at those two societies you know as if they were like a crypto currency chart of value. You know they start out and then they grow and they get a and we're on the decline is what we are. Yeah well i we. I mean referring to the united states of america government not us as you know freedom oriented people but the united states of america is definitely on the decline. And yes you are correct. The actions that government is taking is our actions of fear actions of. Oh my god who go to stop this now. Because let's yes they're very. They're very defensive Because they know they know they're on the decline they know that the united states dollar can't continue their they've printed something like thirty percent of all the united states dollars that are in circulation currently have been created in the last couple of years thirty percent in the last couple of years. You know and to your point. Chris about the government the feds in particular doing child pornography. There's been several stories that in addition to mark calling them out. We've done where yes. The fed has been exposed repeatedly for doing sting operations where they will find somebody who is distributing child porn and they will simply take over that and keep it running. Yeah in make it better to inject up other people at the thing that bothers me is. It wasn't just taking it over like okay. You got an excuse fine. I can handle that. You've kept running the server or eating shutdown right away because he wanted to install some fine. I can handle that but to the fact that you went and added servers to the list. And you made it perform better and you addie child porn to it you all these other things to incite people who might not otherwise have done the things that they did other than the fact that you did what you did. That's wrong that's should be illegal. That is illegal. As far as i understand. 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I would give you a telephone number and tell you how this is the live call in radio talk program or you can take control of the airwaves. Talk about whatever's on your mind. But i can't why because the terrorists you know i feel like we say stuff like that a lot so maybe there is just no normal for free talk live. I mean that seems to be the case. Generally speaking the most normal part of me being redundant and reciting the telephone number. He's part of the department of redundancy but department. You can say that again. Say the department of redundancy department. Oh yeah it is a bit of a tongue twister. It's a little more difficult to say than something like Picky people pick peter pan peanut butter because it's the peanut butter picky people pick man. I don't know how you guys do that. The practice really. Yeah yeah i think the most i can do is new. Let's see i news not an image manipulation program. Try that one. I was going with. No news is good news getting you the greatest great space coaster. Anyone no no great space coaster fans. I must be old. I think i am sunday night. And just means i'm wise or at least a wise ass. At any rate we've been talking about well the terrorist raid on the free. Talk live studio and we. We have some updates. Yesterday we talked about how aria is out. We paid her a visit. She's in surprisingly good spirits. I mean she's not good. Spirits is an underestimate. I think she's a static. I think she is. She is ready to take on the fbi. she's ready to take on the authorities. She's ready for this she. I i don't know to me rather somebody impressed or somebody who's been released from a cage and has major charges against them like federal charges. You should be depressed and drinking at like out of your mind. I don't know are you drinking out of your mind. I mean i have this week. More than i have drank the last few months cage. Are you facing federal charges doing that. What you think that would be like that. And she's not she's she is just so ready for this but like would like a shot for you as a lot right. Yeah i just don't even just drinking. I am just not in any type of good spirits in arias. Just like really impressing me. Yeah i am very impressed with her. she's on fire. Agreed and i mean that's kind of what you have to do. You have to take the matters into your own hands. You have to form a plan and follow the plan and put your heart behind it which she seems to have done so we have spoken to her. We don't know when or even if shelby able to return to the airwaves here on this program but we are hopeful that that will happen There was a we are concerned. Obviously about rich paul Who's legally known as nobody nastily Because we don't seem to have a lot of information other than he was denied bail and some folks have tried to get a hold of his inmate number And we're unsuccessful because well when you deal with government typically you get the run around you get transferred you get lost in your telephone. Ivr this is you know one of those menu. Things you have to navigate through you know something. The point is this tactics tactic that they use to intentionally cause depression with people who are in the system. Yeah they basically people inmates receive mail who they're basically attempting to punish within the system. There's other things that they'll do like In the federal system like the little There's a certain if they if they basically keep transporting you from one prison to another like if you create waves. That's one of the things they'll do and it basically means that you won't get mail you'll constantly moved and it's really messed up that they're allowed to do this but they they are allowed to do and they do it and i've even allowing them themselves. Yeah basically there's even been judges who have ordered prisoners not to be transferred and in cases like that when they were being abused and people had injuries and all sorts of things As a result of the government's you know you know basically break arms and things like literally breaking people's arms in the prison system and there. There are prison wardens and the prison wardens. Despite the judge's orders have moved prisoners prison wardens. You've the president of the united states of america. Yeah that's a good one. Yeah mean so. I just had to throw that out there because you know with the covid lockdowns and all that kind of thing. A lot of folks are concerned because of the rate at which prisons are being built and the rate at which the prisoner population is growing in the united states of america because there are more prisoners in the united states of america prisons. Now then were ever in the russian gulags which most people commonly referred to as the greatest lockup of humankind. Well guess what. It's no longer the greatest lockup of humankind. The united states prison system imprisons far more people by a long shot. Yeah and the the gulags ever did so what they did during covert with the lockdowns that they went. Oh wait. we don't have to build prisons quickly. We can just imprison people in their homes. Yeah rent so that's why i referred to the president's. Yeah as award. And i watch. People say yeah. I watched a rushing a documentary on the russian prison system and how they basically like hold prisoners without contact to like family and other people for long stretches of time. And you know it just. It reminded me just it. All i was thinking was the whole time is this is exactly what the united states does and people don't realize that you know we put ourselves on this pedestal. The government the bureaucrats do in. And they say you have all these rights and freedoms and things that you don't have in russia and it's like wait a minute you guys do the same things anybody who knows this different systems. They do the same things that the russian the soviet system used to do. They'll move you far away from where your family lives with. Ross albrecht. His mom would physically move. Every time they moved him close to his prison he was and then they kept moving him on purpose so she ran out of money yet. These are tactics that they do. It's not that different from russia and it's really really sick and disturbing up. The united states is some of the worst prisons in the world and and the things that they are allowed to. Do you know when it comes to confine mint of are literally literally torture. It's defined as torture by forget what bodies but like like military like the military can't do that un. And all. i can right and yet. The prison liked the domestic prison system in the united states. They do do that and they do. Use it routinely. And i don't know how people people don't even know about it. I want people allow in permitted and they're not critical of it but they don't even know well. If you want to hear about a straight up torture in the prison system you should go to twenty twenties pork fest. Episodes of free talk live and look for the one that they are yeah and ian interviewed. Footloose that was just mind blowing. They tased him in a solitary confinement. Room they hit his head against they threw him on the ground handcuffed to where he has a had. A major concussion like crazy stuff over him not wanting to shave his beard or put get ready. Give them a piece of string. He had that was his string. Yeah the prison system is agreed. Agreed is to say the least and also to the you know you're comparing what you know. Other countries have done and what the united states does when. I was growing up the common rhetoric that i heard from all the adults was stuff like better dead than red. The communists are gonna get us right propaganda. The film came out red dawn. You know in the mid eighties or whatever. That's kinda when i remember growing up and so it was all anti anti in. So you know you would hear all this stuff about what we do. Stuff that the russians don't do the russians of thousand nine hundred eighty six the government. I'm talking about not the people. The government of of russia soviet the ussr Would be salivating at the amount of surveillance and collectivism that exists in the united states. Today we have a level of that which they could have only dreamt to achieve and you are living with it. 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We were talking before the show earlier today about folks who have suffered trauma And i know specifically Children who suffer some sort of a trauma. Generally that trauma comes out on the other side of their personality in a variety of forms for me. Personally that comes out in the form of humor and artistic creativity as well as a bit of the rebellious streak. So that's how. I got to be me and who i am and so yeah. I was a bit of a class clown. I remember one day. There was a teacher in. I think it was history class and myself and my friend pat. We were chewing gum during class. Oh no the world's going to end so the he comes over with the trash can right. The teacher can't he holds it. Goes spit out buddy. And i go. I'm not your buddy and everybody started laughing right because we were ten years old. And he's like you want to go to detention can chew gum and detention thing. That's great And this is the kind of kid that i was to these types of people because they couldn't answer my questions about you know the the difficult questions in the socratic method for questioning and that type of thing so at any rate this is free. Talk live i'm your host. The reverend captain kick ass joining me. It's funny and chris. I mentioned before we went to break that we would tell you about ways to donate to help rebuild the studio and the bitcoin embassy and possibly assist what we're referring to now as the crypto six. These are the six people who have been kidnapped by the terrorists calling themselves government and we hoped to reveal a website specifically for assistance for the crypto six. However it doesn't appear as if that is ready just yet. I sent some messages to some people to clarify if we can announce that yet but if that we hope to announce that a little later in the meantime if you would like to donate we have been accepting donations. My edge wallet has a feature called vanity address and i created captain kick ass at edge. This will replace the long string of digits and numbers that you would normally put into any crypto while it. It doesn't matter we've tried it on multiple wallets and we've received donations so we haven't found a while yet that this doesn't work on if you go to your wallet and in fact we just received a point one eight seven beseech donation. Thank you to the anonymous donor who just sent seven. That's quite a bit. Thank you yeah. That's that's great thanks. whoever that was indeed And show if you go to your cryptocurrency wallet and you want to send some cryptocurrency instead of putting in the long string of digits in numbers or scanning. Qr code you just type in captain kick ass at edge now. It only works for the following crypto currencies. That's btc or bitcoin. B. c. h. Or bitcoin cash. Ath or theorem us dt. Which is a stable coin. That's based on the or as a on the ethereal network dash When else bitcoin vision light coin. And somebody today pointed out that we should be taking this opportunity with the the terrorist attack. And all that to talk more about privacy coins and so we are also accepting minero or x m are maneiro is accepted in your crypto wallet. Just type in captain kick ass at edge and you can send your donation in xm or any of the other crypto currencies. That i've mentioned here today. In addition to captain kick asset edge for cryptocurrency donations Mr penguin you are doing a thing with your website. Thing penguin dot com. Yeah so i if you so. My company sells computers and accessories. And things like that and if we also sell t shirts and some other inexpensive items as well if you check out with any item that you want to buy and you also feel like making a donation you can. Actually you could just the credit card where you could just with you. Can't you can do with bitcoin. Or any kind of crypto basically Or pay pal or whatever. It doesn't really matter but with a credit card. If you check out and you want to add you know some amount as donation. We you can do that. Just add to the comments. Say i would like you to charge my credit card. You know three hundred dollars or whatever and contribute to rebuilding fd l. studios and you know helping out with the fbi situation. And if you want to say. I don't know health out in like buy something for the studio or somebody involved. In that sense you can also just say you want to donate the product itself. You're checking out with and we'll take care of you know finding a home for that product Or you know if there's something else that's needed in our store check out with anything you want really we could also just You know whatever is needed. Basically use that money towards something else and hopefully today i will have my Crypto currency wallet moved into an uncompromised. When so maybe i can help take things but i don't want to do. I don't wanna give out yet. Because i haven't made it yet. Yeah let's make sure it's all functional and up to speed and all that we're coordinating this in uncoordinated fashion for the moment because we figured it was best to decentralize our efforts. Yes we are however working behind the scenes stash a little more at least a website. Yeah which folks can select their method of donation that will also go to legal funds. Currently if you donate this money will be going to rebuilding the studio and the bitcoin embassy replacing the gear. That was stolen paying for the construction. That's necessary because we in door were smashed bashed and crafts. There's tens of thousands of dollars worth of damage. Absolutely dead not doesn't even include like the computers that were stolen and everything else. You have to remember. It wasn't just people who were involved in crypto that were affected. It was tenants who renters that lived above the studio. And you know next to the studio and my move smarts which had nothing to do with anything. System is stolen a frigging convenience store for that and the crazy thing about that was it was a marked. The bitcoin embassy was so clearly marked. They managed to screw it up. It didn't accidentally screw up. They're just complete liars. Thieves a mafia intentional. It was intentional sabotage. You'd have to be actually brain dead to able to back man. Why would you bring the safe back. Palliative told like no guys we can't keep this and they're probably just like why can't we just keep it. We accidentally took it and they were just like no. We're going to get in trouble if we keep we gotta bring it back. I don't think bring everything back. Then you bring the po system back. But i did that was because they had already gone into like boston or whatever so they couldn't return it and they didn't feel like driving. I don't know. I don't know what it was. All i know is that they took the ps system. I think i and some other things. And then later they took out. The safe was probably bolted down to some degree and then out once they got that out and then they realized it shortly after driving away they were called back probably within radio distance or something like that and then they came back and they kinda like snuck it back in in russia but we got video of this whole thing to guys so at some point there will be a video published. And you'll be able to see you know like the raid that happened. This is probably the only time in history will ever see a live raid. That got recorded because you have to understand. These rates happened really early in the morning. If it wasn't for unbelievably amazing activists. Thank you. That was myself. And bob being here at literally about ten minutes after the basically the the raid people up and if it wasn't for michael i'm sorry i shouldn't go given names but basically messages that were sent out. You know we wouldn't have known we wouldn't have known to start investigating but because we have such a great community in new hampshire an activist community. We were able to get video of freight from basically the very beginning Through through to the end of the core of the raid now they took all day but the core of it was breaking the windows down. And so on. And i'm wearing a cop block shirts. I wanted to say like One of the things that is kind of timely about this is that nobody was working on the cop block website and he was like really getting Towards the end of like being done this could be a way more organized way of having average everyday people get their stuff together for whenever the cop situations happening to them. We're pretty Like we expect this type of thing. 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Well it's the end of an era and the beginning of a new one today. Pennington's black part of town moved across the river. To north pennington the thomson family sold their home on the east side. And moved to the old kirkland place at seventeen mansfield place establishing the all new black neighborhood north side residents are looking forward to the infusion of fun and funk that the new black part of town is short to bring to their area mayor. Mitzi krona presided over the dedication of the new black neighborhood unveiling assigned designating it on landmark district. Everyone pennington's diversity is a strength whether it's little harlem or the so called gayborhood where paul and his partner bryant had that cottage sheriff stevens today announced that the heavy round the clock patrols that helped make the old thompson house one of the safest neighborhoods in town will move with them to do with the black pawn gear. We just wanna make sure that everyone comfortable place to live. Is the onion news network law Yes it is free talk live. Welcome back to the program. Everybody the telephone number for you to call in is well. It's dead but i might have a caller anyway. Been up in the show. A what bit later in the show. He may have a caller anyway. How well that's the secret You'll you'll you'll find out later. I i guess we're keeping secrets from the first chair. Host here have free talk live and that's fine so the telephone number is well the busy if you call it it'll it'll be. It won't do anything just kind of go nowhere. And so you cannot call and take control of the airwaves Or talk about whatever's on your mind so Instead we will talk about all the things surrounding free talk live from the perspective of freedom. Of course we do want to talk a little bit about. As i said before the break we were able to witness so odd a bail. Hearing for mr ian freeman that was conducted via zoom session. I hated hated myself today. Because i gave him a really bad haircut was just trying new things and Just like the day before. I was like we need to cut your hair before we go to derek's party so i was gonna fix it but now just looks kinda crazy in jail so keith they make everybody look like a convict in jail because they put that the jumpsuit. Also yeah no. Nobody looks good in their. You know when they're in prison. I have to say don't feel too bad. He's always been cheap. Her cuts true. This guy is conscious about the money he spends. He does not waste it he. It always goes to a good cause whatever he spends money. So in is so frugal. He hates spending money on the same. So we got to witness this bail hearing and it was. There was a bunch of people on this call to i mean. Of course there are activists. Around the live six libertarian community exte- devices connected but multiply that by two per device. Probably over one hundred people. We had four people just here. Yeah watching when it went down mine was too and so yeah who who knows how many people were watching. There had have been at least one hundred people watching so we we each had some thoughts about You know what not only the process but the folks involved themselves in the one. I can't get out of my mind. Is the blonde lady on zanex with the giant eyelashes. Ugly karen who is actually caring. What does it was k. A. r. i n. What does that lady do like like. Then i like fake eyelashes downer purkis. It's maybe does that and it was like black and it was just. It wasn't like this. She wasn't even going for like dark dark like going for that. She's just ugly and not probably she's probably anyone ugly. She made herself look. Yeah see how eyelashes on she. Bradley looks better without makeup. And yeah well. Probably not on whatever drugs. She was on was she on drugs. Is that what's going on. She's harking was like she's finally was talking about tell you that it looked like she was talking about a one center like when people have a stroke or when people are on a lot of drugs they kind of tend to charge nine their face and she was very slow she could see been multi abic words so we know that she wasn't a complete moron yet. Right when you can speak you know three four syllable words that kind of thing so she you at least was had some alliteration to her but she was super slow and backpedaling and stammering. Can you remember things she literally said. I think i asked him that. In a court of law where but you know it was funny about her was that she literally was like confirming what the defense said while at the same time being like trying to defend defend and it was like wait a minute. Wait a minute. You're trying to defend the government while at the same time you're saying that what the what the defense attorney said one hundred percent accurate and that you're a moron that's basically what resulted in a whole conversation. Oh but but i mean i need to ask that but but yeah i only said checking account and bank account like that's not a big. That's not bitcoin wallet right. If you'd ask for a bitcoin while he would have given information about bitcoin assets that they revealed themselves as not being thorough. Either amateur is an understatement. Yeah there's this this woman. I don't know where they find these people but not that i mean i thought the f. b. i. Agents that went in were stupid but this woman. This woman surpassed that and then the prosecutor. I don't remember her name. But oh my gosh. She just had this name. Is georgina mcdonagh really. Does it make donald. Donald george macdonald At any rate she had just this look of vendetta in her is the prosecutor. Yeah putting people in jail as much as kamala harris dot more. Oh what i would love to say. I can't say on air. But yeah i mean. Please refrain from know. Some of the specifics. And yeah she definitely. She definitely enjoyed causing pain. Let's put it that way or trying to cause pay. Even when she was failing at it she was like she was trying so hard to make somebody feel bad if she has a family. Yeah kids i feel sorry for her family. Under god god please. Don't please type of control freak. That she must i mean. That's oh god i i was. I was okay with the judge. I thought the judge. Yeah the justin income off down. We'll find out at least seemed surprisingly amicable. If that's the right where she said like oh. I'm sorry mr freeman. Like with a smile and stuff that she wasn't just like okay criminal to him and i was afraid she'd be like so. I was happy about that. But i still don't. I'm not gonna say anything like her. Find out what she's gonna do is based in new hampshire. And so you know there was some things that were said that The prosecution was obviously hoping would sort of you know Scare they tried to paint him and of course the worst possible light. Oh the guns were the funniest part. That's what i'm referring to is. That they mentioned when they even mentioned guns like they. The prosecution expected the judge to sort of have summary. The judge was like whatever she must. She must prosecutor. Must be from austin and the judges from new hampshire. And so it's like why are you bringing up. You don't even belong to the defendant like it doesn't make any sense area then it's like you're talking about somebody else has nothing to do with. Espn and you're like acting as if this is. You're supposed to be scared of espn because somebody somebody else's guns legally separated air yet with its own deadbolt. I mean seriously like this wasn't just another room in a house. It was literally another apartment in a house and also like all of the guns that that tenet has. He has completely legally like he told that were everything that they needed to know. He was like. I don't i don't like have under the table they want is. I mean is related. Tease recrossed if anything. I think that actually massively helped the defense because the it just goes to show how over the top. The pro over the top of the prosecutor was in trying to vilify somebody who is a peaceful activists. Now i'm not had the opportunity to sit in on a bill hearing for an activist before. I didn't have any expectations going in. My first impressions are only This is a kangaroo court right like this is just. Yeah and it was just organized. A you know everybody. Obviously it's zoom meeting right. So these people are obviously not technically savvy and like watching them sort of navigate and you'll try and click on things and move back and forth against the camera and start in knock on the door to get somebody store to press the button. Hey can you come on mutiny. And they were just like They wouldn't let him click on the mouse. I you know. I have to say that's gotta be like some sort of a theater. Basically doing that to like caused somebody to be more depressed. Because i mean really i mean what was what was possibly going to happen by clicking on the button themselves acts of like control and people will make them to press when just the handcuffs on in the car that way. I just thought to myself like. Oh my god i gotta have handcuffs on once. It hit me. And i was just like i can't scratch my face and i. I just started meditating. All i can do meditate. Have to accept that this happening. I can't change it so at any rate there was no determination made by the judge. 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I know that there are at least two other privacy coins that i'm aware of one of them is the pirate coin or are as it were and i'm trying to remember the other one off the top of my head but these claims are designed to be Anonymous instead of suit anonymous which most crypto currencies are suit anonymous There's things you can. You can put him through a mixer You can send bounce them off of different things you can send them through different exchanges. There's ways to sort of odd to skate. The students no and i loved how they were doing in or not. I love it. But i was like. I thought it was hilarious. How they were trying to make encryption out as or privacy as a crime that right there was like one of the most kangaroo court parts of our saying like ian says he typically likes to communicate over different channels then opening mail like encrypting merging all just about everyone man respected other people's privacy. Are you trying to like. Are you trying to like get him released like like. That's a good thing that's a good deed. That's that's somebody that is like a good human being. I know regular people in you. Even we'll call them normies folks who aren't into the philosophy of freedom and that kind of stuff Who haven't you know sort of. They're still status. And they use encrypted communications in there because everybody uses encrypted communications every time you go to a website nowadays you're using encrypted this idea that it's like some sort of threat because using cryptic giving the -cations is just like mind blowing. How dumb do you have to be to think. That's a bad thing. That's just another a proof that that lady georgiana mcdonald was clearly like this B word who just gets her way all the time because she thinks saying something in a certain tone that like. She's he did this well. He did this. She probably had like a younger brother that annoyed her when she was accused. Imagine her schooling her kids. I feel bad for her. I don't even think about those kids. I really hope she looked like a man. So i don't know if that's look like a man. She probably does have kids. It's just it's just that type and it's abuse that goes on in that family. I can only imagine before we get too far. We have been talking about crypto currencies. And i wanted to mention that bitcoin dot com is the best source for learning about crypto currency. You can go there now. Click on get started at the top of the page. Once you do that you will find a cornucopia of information neatly organized by your needs. There's no longer any excuse for ignorance of this important and world changing information if you are knowledgeable crypto user already pleased checkout news dot bitcoin dot com where you can get the latest headlines of all the news relevant to you. Bitcoin dot com is your source for buying cryptocurrency getting a wallet app mining trading and all the latest crypto currency. News all in a slick and easy to use website. Please visit bitcoin dot com. So yeah good times in the share. It's interesting to me. It's obvious to me that this federal court case is all about the crypto currency. It's my opinion that they are attempting to do to ian freeman. What they have done to. Ross nobakht which is make an example out of him for you know yeah. on approved. Activity is by the terrorist gang known as government. You know the crazy thing is effectively. The core thing at the heart of their case is a lie you. They've alluded to basically at this point and it was that illegal. They said The i'm trying to think the words they use the they use the words illegal he. He basically continued him in in the appearing he knew continuing a continuing to do business after somebody indicated that they were going to do some illegal activity right. And here's the thing i i know. I know. i have first hand knowledge of this that ian did not do that because he refuses. He cuts off any any time. Somebody comes up to him and they say talk about anything illegal and in fact it was crazy because even the even in the process even in the prosecutors own words she said basically something to the fact of. There's paperwork that says. I don't want to know what you do with it right. And the fact that he has repeatedly told people he doesn't want to know what they're doing with it and he. I know for a fact that he i've seen cut off. People said stuff about illegal something illegal that they were doing he wouldn't sell them. Bitcoin crypto i know he knows that everybody knows that. In this hundred person including me that has said that. Em would not do that. And i've been around when he was asking somebody Just making sure that they weren't being scammed in in could have been insulted by the things he was asking so he you know he doesn't care so much about making way he's not to dot his. Is he regularly refused to bitcoin. For people he thinks are coming up. 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And i haven't talked to you about this pre show but this is a bit of an article from narrow metrics dot com the us government makes premium selling. Bitcoin wait what that's right the. Us government premium selling. Bitcoin talk about hypocrites. I mean where they get. The bitcoin from you might ask charges a fee. They stole it. The place i would get it from the two day auction event of about point. Seven five zero one. Bitcoins began at the start of the week. It's not even that ended on wednesday. It's less than sixty now. The us government through its agency the general services administration. Or the. 'cause we know. The government loves their alphabet. How did they get this bitcoin. I mean we still stolen confiscated it from somebody that they busted obviously it was probably and they sell it before they get convicted hashtag. Bitcoin is not a crime. Indeed it is not the. Us government through agency the or general services administration known for auctioning government properties has expanded its portfolio to. Bitcoin huddled. it as they should have right are we. Don't maybe they busted. Somebody took their bitcoin five years ago and they huddled it until now when it's like fifty eight or whatever it is fifty eight thousand today. We don't know they probably would but it would probably still be before they got a conviction on the person the two day event of point seven five zero one. Bitcoin began at the start of the weekend ended on wednesday upon the closure of the auction event the successful bidder one with an offer of fifty three thousand one hundred and four dollars still the seller had to pay real time has price higher than the quote meeting that the winner had to pay premium for his purchase through the government so the government charged more they charge a premium rates than like if this guy just wanted to go by point seven five bitcoin at like a vending machine or through online or something. Well he paid for the privilege of buying stolen. Bitcoin from the government correct. I have to wonder. I have to wonder. Do they hate for. She's a credit card to purchase. Because i know would be undermining the crypto that they're selling whoever bought this was probably just as clueless about crypto as the government who was selling it probably auctioning off this share of cryptocurrency. Broke new ground for the gsa auctions platform and it's this is from their perspective. It says we're extremely pleased. By the enthusiasm we've seen from our bidders said acting regional administrator kevin kerns with gsa's southeast sunbelt region in a statement to the washington post. It's important to note the us. Federal government currently has about seventy thousand one hundred and twenty four bitcoin. Oh wow worth about four billion dollars. Who would have thought the large. I wonder what the maybe it's appalachia soldier bitcoin. But that's a whole lot of bitcoin. Man seventy thousand one hundred and twenty four. Bitcoin worth about four billion is it's crypto holdings are held in various departments of the united states government primarily acquired through asset forfeiture in legal cases. So yes as i predicted. Asset forfeiture is the source of these bitcoins that the government is selling a fancy word for stealing correct. The government is full of euphemisms. They like to use to few skates the actual actions that they take and asset forfeiture is just one of those and it is legal. Ease for theft. Recall some months ago the. Us justice department released a statement which disclosed that it seized over one billion worth of bitcoin associated with shady online marketplace the silk road thousands of btc's worth one billion seized by the united states law enforcement agencies. In what the justice department disclosed was the largest seizure of crypto currency in the history of the agency. Yeah so there's some bullet points here the. Us government or the us enforcement agencies were able to make such a seizure through a unit within the internal revenue service that specializes in tracking virtual currency transactions. Prevalent when using crypto so again. We've talked about how bitcoin is suit. Anonymous and most of the the top currency suit annonymous and privacy. Glands are designed to not be designed for more privacy and to be honest well so. I guess chris probably knows answer to this. Does that mean that the government still had to like have the person's keys or can they take it without knowing that your wallet of your keys so this is the thing okay. This is why. Bitcoin is so amazing. When it comes to its ability to put people in control right normally the government can shut your bank account and they can take your money and all you gotta do is send off a letter. They don't even have to arrest you when they see bitcoin or cryptocurrency. Even if it's not anonymous they have to break into your house. They have to have a warrant they have to go through all this effort they have to have agents. Come to your door. It costs a lot of money. Doesn't take much to send a letter. You're in control your money when you use cryptocurrency when you use a bank account and thirty feet. The government is yet and the prevalent. Term repeated by crypto currency enthusiast. Inventors folks in the industry privacy advocates in the like is not your keys. Not your money. Absolutely commit this to memory listeners. Not your keys. not your money. If you don't know the keys or owned the keys to your crypto currency. it does not belong to you. This means that some of the newest people who have announced currency services like pay pal for example. Not your crypto. Not your crypto. You might be able to go into your pay pal account and move some dollars into a little folder that they call bitcoin or crypto currency. But if you don't know the keys to that you are never the owner of that crypto currency. If they don't allow you to get access to those keys you are not the owner of that crypto currency if they don't allow you to move that bitcoin from that little wallet labeled bitcoin cryptocurrency. Whatever the flavor is then. That is not your crypto currency it is. There's yeah if you don't know with pay pal they will let you by what they're claiming is Bitcoin but really is yeah. You they won't let you put your bitcoin that you bought from them into a different while. Like oh just want to hold the my edge while it now can't do that you have to turn it back into. Us dollars if you want your bitcoin back can't spended either. So i mean is it really bitcoin. I would say no and you know we should go a step farther because it's not just pay pal which lets you gives you the impression that you've bought. Bitcoin really bitcoin but other other exchanges to yes. They don't give you access to your private keys. Then you don't control at this point is perfect well coined based does allow you to move your cryptocurrency off over your private keys and that's before you do when you move it off their exchange. This is true until you move it off their exchange. All it takes is a letter from the government. You have to coin days to take your bitcoin. Base has already complied with the government's requests on multiple occasions. It's also something that other also you should not do is you should not use coin base because they violate your privacy. They will tell the government on demand how much bitcoin you bought. you know. there's other outlets to purchase bitcoin from other individuals. Check out a crypto. Meet up checkout a vending machine that offer. Respect your privacy. They exist here new hampshire and they're not all gone so yup and you know as far as surfing places online goes use a vpn as well that may help you find some other resources local dot. Bitcoin dot com indeed so The internal revenue service agents were able to identify fifty four bitcoin. Transactions on the silk road As the final bullet point. We've got more free talk. Live coming up. The free state project has reached. Its goal of twenty thousand. Liberty lovers who've pledged to move to new hampshire and get active to achieve liberty in our lifetime. 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It's like oh my god like seriously like the government makes a profit when they sell bitcoin. It's illegal to make a profit in america making money for something for your work. You're doing. I thought there was free enterprise or whatever in this country. He's being charged with criminal. Enter enter prices in the name of one of the charges fisticuffs yet criminal enterprise. So operating an enterprise in america is illegal. Yes that's literally what that means well and from my perspective anti anyway i feel that the organization that goes themselves government is a criminal enterprise. It's the biggest gang in town and that's figurative. I know this is bigger. I know this is the federal government. And they're well. They're still the biggest gang in town i guess but they again world joh-. Yeah yeah so. At any rate the government sells bitcoin and yet they come after peaceful activists who arguably doing the same thing folks folks who run eight nondenominational church. They do not like moral people. It doesn't seem that louis. They only when they do it. Well there yeah. I mean they they. They claim a monopoly on violence. Audie apparently coercive monopoly which is even worse than the monopoly arrived naturally absolutely indeed so we were talking about how the government has sold some bitcoin for premium and yet come after activists this from reuters dot com bitcoin. Atm's are coming to a gas station near you this after of course we're all aware of several bitcoin. Atm's vending machines if you will that have been removed from several locations that were arguably the as far as the market is concerned the best. Oh absolutely oh yeah. That's so true. They just totally messed up. The market like the government has to go and ruin everything resembling a market that they can. Oh yeah yeah absolutely You know it's we had a free market when it comes to vending machines in keno alone there with three different i wanna. I don't wanna use the word enterprises but there were three different companies slash individuals slash churches providers your providers of crypto vending machines. Like taking away. You know one or two of vending machines Not gonna be that big of a deal. We literally have only three thousand people in this town. You didn't do much and it's not like you can easily buy bitcoin or crypto. Still you can because guess what. It's so widely available. There's no way to crack down on even if you want to. You can't be done face to face with cash so i if anything caches more discreet than bitcoin. I ve very arrive by crypto very often. But let me tell you this. I've a very very rarely have used a crypto vending machine. Like you just don't have to not in this town ailey. Well take him to talk about cash. Usd if you will actually physical cash not the imaginary numbers and people's bank bank accounts but like the paper version. The coin version of cash The government often and the media often like to make cryptocurrency out to be something that is only used by criminals for nefarious activity. Anybody to see these are digital money and this is and this is so funny. Because i don't know a single person not single person. I thought my head. I can think of who was like doing like anything immoral or criminal really with bitcoin. Every person i know who cryptocurrency is doing. They're just buying soda. They're buying lunch with it. They're buying gas with it. They're paying their dentists and crypto. It's not this big criminal. Enterprise that they're making it out to be but they want to put the fear of god in you because they don't want to use it because it undermines their power so then what form of currency would the evidence suggest is used the most for the most criminal activity. Oh i know. I know i know the answer. Go ahead chris dirty. Us dollars bingo. So keep that in mind listeners. While the media and governments are trying to talk poorly about crypto currency. And the folks who use it the folks who operate the folks who provide services or y- products like a bitcoin. Atm for for that matter of vending machine that is heroes. They are not engaging in criminal activity in fact they're engaging in what is arguably the least criminal activity because the activity circumstance the largest gang the largest criminal on planet earth. Yep so at any rate. This article continues. A new feature has appeared at a smoke shop in montana. Gas stations in the carolinas and delis in far flung corners of new york city a brightly lit bitcoin. Atm where customers can buy or sell digital currency. And sometimes it's act- hard cash. It's not just new hampshire anymore. New these go going to say when i lived in san antonio. I wanted to nowhere any bitcoin machines near me where so i looked up the closest ones me and it was in a place called corona mart. yeah there are some websites you can go to if you need to find bitcoin Machine bitcoin atm radar. I think is one of them trying to remember the other one Anyway use your search engine. Yeah find bitcoin machine. And i'm sure it'll provide you with a plethora of websites to go to For your area. I was surprised though after having been into you know as far as an enthusiast in a you know a hobbyist into the bitcoin. Before i moved to new hampshire where you can actually use it that i was in seattle for twenty two years and that is a place where there's a whole bunch of nerds and buy nerds. I mean like software developers and the software type people and technologists in technology company. I there was one bitcoin. Atm in all of seattle. What honestly You know california and just the west coast in general is so disappointing in terms of technology. I actually did a short stint out in california in san diego and it was depressive. Like like i shouldn't have been the biggest nerd in the room. And i was and it was like like i mean you guys know a little bit of light on the like if it's like like you're you're disappointing. Me and i worked for a company that developed a good new lynx operating system at the time. it's like what is going on here. How is thinking about now looking back. It's like. I live in new hampshire and i got people around me who are as geeky. It's like how is that. How is new hampshire. How does new hampshire outdo the whole west coast. Well it's it's the enthusiasm is what it is. That's that's my. The school systems are awful in california. Yes they're awful everywhere but particularly. It's the same thing with austin austin. I've heard the same thing about like this crypto mecca. And it's like you actually go there such it's appointment. There's like no way you can actually go inside. Yeah yeah i. I wasn't ever like dabbling in san antonio. Where austin's i can't tell you but i can't tell you everyone in austin it's stupid. I don't know about that. But i wrote. I brought a stroke. I will say sin taxes. I avoided it with like with all costs. My sister lived there. I've been here five years now and the best decision. My life was to new hampshire angry. I keep telling my family and friends. That don't live in new hampshire That out please your status here. I tell them that. I live in the future and to some extent i do. Because we already can transact in these cryptocurrencies. I bought my dinner tonight. I think bitcoin cash. I tip the waitress or server wasn't in legal. Yeah and you know. The greatest thing is to my company gets paid in crypto currency from people around the world. It's not like you need to use a credit card or give it to the bank and then pay them hundreds of dollars in fees you know in order to give money to somebody around the world. 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The onion news network Yes it is three talk. Live the live radio talk program where we're going to talk about the perspective of freedom and liberty in the studio tonight thus far. It's been myself bonnie and chris but It sounds like we have a sounds like we have a caller ring raining. Good when they finally put me on ring ring. Tell him i'm james from arizona. Caller number nine way. Yeah own you're on the air. Good even closer to your phone or whatever you were talking was i. I'm having a little bit hard time hearing you. You're breaking up a bit. I'm calling from this data disbelief. And i'm not james from arizona and your name is lobby. Lumpy is calling from the state of disbelief. Lumpy what's on your mind. You're at free talk live. Well i just wanted to a couple of things about first of all we have I know you guys. I talked in the first segment about nobody formerly known as rich. Paul correct yes He's he's everybody knows nobody is. We haven't heard a peep from him in since they took him. It's true. I am very concerned about him. We talked about him in the in the first hour a little bit. Yes and If anybody has any information about who is attorney is or his inmate number anything like that. Please let us now I i personally know whereas folks live and i. I'm having a hard time tracking down the number. I thought at one point in time he actually gave me the number. And i don't seem to have it and i think he gave it to me for in case something like that happen. You know in other in last segment you guys were talking about the the reason why you know when you went to austin chris right and i used to be out in san diego station there in the military And i lived out there and sold cars and buried people in their cars. Oh my god. We buried a lot of mexican folks in their cars down there. Oh man was bad. We used to we mile cars used to work on. We buried people financing has bad news. If you ever watch the old movie side can watch your movie called suckers. There was a it was his criminal as you can imagine selling car world out the car sales world there on the of cars but The reason why new hampshire i think is so popular. Here is because you mean. Bitcoin crypto crypto currency. is is so so popular in new hampshire is because of the state of mind that people have here. I moved here when i was fifteen years old from yes massachusetts. Oh i'm sorry. I'm way yeah in my family's still property down there massive douches. Yes yes yes and you don't want me. Oh man. I'm always. I gotta be really careful in my language. All yes please. This is the live broadcast radio. We don't allow well. George carlin's seven. Don't make us wsb. At least i won't fall asleep on the air. I can promise you that. I only did that one time yesterday. You did know you've had quite a few days. Everybody's kinda running on manic energy around here too. Many forty eight hour runs before eventually. Do somethin' chris. You get your your doors bashed in by a bunch of really scary people. You're gonna you're gonna have. Ptsd again a guarantee. I wanna tell you that. Chris learned how to fall asleep on the air from one of the best. The band no boasts. that's right. yeah that's true. I've seen that happen. I've watched to. I've been paralyzed with a few beers in my belly on the couch at home watching the livestream saying you just screaming saint will somebody please kick him a crypto currencies popular in new hampshire. Because of the state of mind that exists here. The people here talk to each other or they don't they say what's important like. Ian is a free frugal person. Words here are you know. There's not a lot of talk. People are kind of buried in the sticks a lot of times. It's cold you know. Yeah it's called sometimes can be and then in the summertime. Yeah we get blackflies. Don't to for noon cold and usually at pork fest. it rains. Well yeah. I mean it's like it didn't focused. Oh of course. Let's be focused as better work. Four four is a little more fun. It's that can work into other dimensions back back at the same Campgrounds the face to face belly to belly relationship people have here. Yes i mean. I moved here when i was fifteen. I moved to. New hampshire is fifteen. And i didn't know what i had until i went into the turn. Twenty one when. I was in boot camp and i came back to two thousand started the real estate business on cape cod and You know we we did well. But when the bubble hit we were done. And that's when i discovered ron paul Had some time on my hands. My ego had kicked my butt. Because i was doing so well in my business making so much money and all of a sudden how things have changed all of the sudden we couldn't afford our franchise fees rally sudden. We had no closings. And i didn't want to go deal with the banks i know how dealing with the banks and those reo properties that. Oh yeah they don't pay they will steal from you every chance they get and i wasn't about to learn that you know i didn't wanna go in that world. Then i heard the message a ron. Paul i came up to new hampshire and i realized i needed to be back here. I found out about the free day project though. I am still enrolled. I still am one of the members. Excuse me i get kicked off. They won't remove. You didn't remove me. And i did request at one time. And and that's okay. You asked to be removed from from pork fast. Yeah we can end up getting into the stepping in and the one thing the one thing i will say though is it's not the free project participants that are hypocrites. It's select people who run the board and their the problem so i love pork fest. People love free state people. I am still a free stater. When i came to port fest. I found i said to myself for the first time in my life. I finally fit in holy cow really. Well oh my god yet. There is something to be said about finding your tribe right and this is different for everybody. Everybody has to find their tribe in life. But thanks to the internet and decentralisation and the speed at which we can communicate. You're no longer limited finding your tribe within like say. I don't know ten miles from your home town. You can find your tribe anywhere around the globe. Nickel move to new hampshire for my mitra. That's where you live but a helping. But a lotta people. There are a lot of people that still. Don't want to use technology around here right. I know people who are completely. They won't look at fate. They won't lift up there. They have flip phones. They don't even have. Let's say you left keen then but still we're in cheshire county. Why cape cod for a while. Because my dad got sick he had cancer and and things were tough for a while. So but i'm here i'm home. This is the fire is in my belly. The fire that. I had in my belly when i was here ten years ago. Things are so good here it is so wonderful to walk around here and have the relationship with people. The reason why. Bitcoin is so good. Here's because all the people here you wanna use it and they'll tell people buyer they'll say they'll all right so there's this one market called market who i believe also had their bitcoin machine stolen is that right. I think so. Is that another one here. I'm not sure you don't haven't gotten confirmation on play other places. But i have heard there's been numerous machines. There's been numerous machine but court documents. I think too so. There's lots of still out there. And i don't know why they didn't steal them all there's too many of them and we looked it up. There's there's the thing is they're gonna probably wanna put in their machines. I don't know what the heck they're trying to do. We already had for five team. Like it's thousand people here so right There's a lot of. And as far as i know there was actually one next door that was on the counter. I know it's still there wasn't even being used right right now. Gordon or even being used and But it is because of the people that went into these businesses. The has said. Hey i wanna use crypto currency. They don't want the federal government knowing what they're doing. Is there something wrong with. Is it something criminal. When you don't want the federal government up your zula at you. Don't want them in their business. They don't do anything for me. I know they don't do anything or anybody else. Here governor anybody. The last thing they every people say is oh well we need them for national defense. Not necessarily okay not at all. Government provides products and services at the behest of a gun. They don't produce anything. They steal every bit of everything they do. 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Talk live the kalaiana radio station where we're talking from the perspective of freedom peace and prosperity and in the studio tonight. It's myself the reverend captain. Kick ass and chris and i wanted to tell you that you can join. Liberty minded voluntary's anarchists and libertarians from june. Twenty eighth through july fourth four fest. Twenty twenty one at rogers campground in the beautiful white mountains of new hampshire fork. Fest happens the week after the porcupine freedom festival and fork fast is decentralized which means no one is in charge. It also means. There's no ticket cost. Just reserve your camping site or motel room with rogers campground for june twenty eighth through july fourth. Where better to celebrate independence day than around freedom loving activists in the shire. You can relax and enjoy the camaraderie of like minded people or you can create whatever experience or event. You'd like others to have if you're planning an event for fork fast. Be sure to let others know in advance you can connect with fellow folks festers via the unofficial telegram chat or the fork forum links to those can be found on the unofficial website fork vest dot party. Mark your calendars now for june twenty eighth through july fourth and we'll see you at four fast dot party And we were talking in the previous segments of a little bit about Pork fest and fast and forecast of course forked from the porcupine or park. Fast food fast. That's why i thought for accused me. Or i used to think that you're not the only people like folks who get added to our chats as they come and visit new hampshire and stuff like that. Oh i thought there was going to be a bunch of food trucks. That kind of it does have people vending food of course but that's it's not a food festival. It's a freedom to give me a chance. It's a it's a tech festival it's like forking wear. I actually did derived from that for a fourth free software source software. that's actually derived. Its name from. I wonder if nerds immediately are like oh is it. Some kind of a lennox. I i. I think a certain selection of nerds would probably think that myself included. But everybody else probably wouldn't. But i was bringing all that up to say that many folks who have attended either one of those festivals have found their tribe because we talked about that a little bit and so if you are of the mind of freedom the philosophies of freedom of liberty and that type of thing and you think that you might want to be around other people who are also of that mind a good place to start is to come to one of these festivals like fork fest for example And just meet people because it is a pretty decent gathering of these types of books and you can get all sorts of information about the area about new hampshire in general. You know how other folks moved and got here. If you wanna buy property do you want to ranch you know. How are you going to facilitate the logistics of stuff right. You can begin to develop your personal network in atlanta. So and i to say when whenever you find your tribe of people like this is just like There's nothing else in the world that you would want to be so like if you're afraid that you won't like the cold i i don't think i would have been very difficult to find someone other than me. Who hated the cold as much. I swear i'm skinny. And most of my life and just really hate being cold. And i've always said ever. Since i lived in northern utah moved back to texas. I was always saying like. I'll never live somewhere with snow again. That's the worst thing ever but to be honest. I mean it's it's a couple of months during the winter. It gets too cold for me and not fun. Summers make up for it. Because it's not that it's not that hot and i can't stand the heat either so you don't even want like move like i if i could pick us up somewhere else i don't even want to. I want to be here like because when when you find all the people the you like your family like your soul family you just know it like when i first heard free talk live. I was just like like hypno- naughtily in a trance by it. And i the universe just came up with this crazy way for me to end up meeting you guys. I might ian and captain kick. Nobody gave them a hug. And i didn't feel like a freak. I just felt like honestly like remember that you can give you a hug. The best part about this group. Is we run away all the status just different you ever okay. So this is the funny thing. Every time we ever have a meet up in k. and there's a bunch of other liberty minded people there you'll notice how all the people by the time we leave are gone. Nobody nobody hear us talking and they get on scared. Because we don't have masks and you know it's it's kinda funny because you know there's a lot of freedom oriented people in new hampshire so it's like there's a lot of locals to that we have in our group You know that. Are you know you would call them. Friends of the free state project. And i'm not talking about increased project incorporate i'm talking about the greater migration movement. That's not a central planning thing. Because you know it's funny you know. The the movement has always been very decentralized. There isn't a one group promoting it. it's lots of different groups. Lots of different people you know. We're all each individually leaders. And i think i think the government doesn't understand this because they big by taking one is not a gang. You can't just take out one person or one small group of people and disrupt the no you actually increase because now we have martyrs. Even more people wanna move. You cannot stop an idea whose time has come exactly. Hey yeah. I'm with you guys on that. We were talking previously about well. Bitcoin and atm specifically bitcoin vending machines. If you will and how part of the terrorist raid on the free talk live studios and the bitcoin embassy resulted in them literally stealing these. Atm bitcoin atm machines from not only the bitcoin embassy but from some other locations as well. I'm aware of i think. Three or maybe four locations where they removed the machines from then. We were talking about this article from reuters talking about how the here comes the bitcoin machines and how they're being installed in gas stations and things like that in states. That are not new hampshire. Montana for example is one that they've highlighted. They go on to say. The machines have multiplied quickly through the united states over the past year fueled by a frenzy and crypto trading that sent bitcoin prices over fifty eight thousand dollars and now over sixty thousand dollars at its peak. Kiosk operators such as coin flip and clean cloud have installed thousands of atm's scouring areas competitors have not yet reached executives told reuters. I just assumed there was a demand and people wanted bitcoin. Everywhere said quad coin founder. Mark shawkat who flew to montana after scanning a us map for bit claim atm debates so he went to look at a map and find where. There's bitcoin atm machines and he'd instead of looking for where they were. He looked for where they weren't and decided to go. Put some there during a week. Long road trip. He found seven places to install machines including four zero six glass. A store in billings montana that sells tobacco vape juice and colorful glass pipes. As of january. There were twenty eight thousand one hundred eighty five bitcoin. Atm's in the united states according to how many bitcoin atm's dot com and independent research site. Roughly ten thousand came online within the prior five months bitcoins. 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You're talking into a microphone whether it's on your phone or whether it's not right that as a matter of fact yeah as a matter of fact the only call we've been able to take is from the state the great state of disbelief anyway. I'm your host this evening. I am the reverend captain. Kick ass joining me. It's bonnie and chris and we've been talking about all sorts of fun things but most recently talking about a whole bunch of bitcoin. Atm's that are being installed throughout the country as many as ten thousand that came online within the last several months half a year or so that so the reasons that people use these atm's instead of transacting online very some get paid in cash some lack bank account some want to send remittances abroad or they want anonymity while other other people others feel more comfortable interacting with physical machine. Rebecca white a fifty one year old. Bitcoin inventor sorry investor who leaves the pits. We're about welcome to the club off. Same way right yeah. Rebecca white a fifty one year old. Bitcoin investor who lives in the pittsburgh area makes larger investments but uses bitcoin. Atm's when her family has a little bit of extra money she says when we do our grocery shopping and we have fifty or sixty bucks left will stop at the bitcoin atm. She said She works in a nuclear power industry. Some machines only offer bitcoin while others let customers invest in various digital currencies few bitcoin. Atm's can actually spit out cash. And they cost more than regular atm's or transacting online fees range from six to twenty percents of a total transactions had pamela clegg director of financial investigations in education at cryptocurrency compliance firm cypher. Trace fees vary depending on the location and bitcoin atm operator. The growth of the market is not even a increase. It's almost a forty five percent increase. Said clegg the growth is quite astonishing. Government agencies have raised red flags about some machines because of their cost and the potential for illicit activity. Well where the red flags or cash right well so because the government controls that so there's no red flags way it's probably because that's how they do their activity giving people. Instead of this is true it is absolutely. That's why you see all this pork. In these stimulus bills that goes overseas and will eventually find its way back into the pockets of politicians bankers. The cia gets money no credit card. Well the creeps in action. Cia gets money from credit cards. And that's probably always wondered what it okay so like every time. There's something that is Constantly referenced in like mainstream media and movies and stuff like that. And i'm like they're try. They're trying to say something about that. And try to figure out what they as in like the government goons tyrants the the parasites are trying to tell us with that like And one of the things is identity. Theft like why make movies about identity theft. Y always talk about identity theft. It's makes sense that they want to make it popular or whatever or just talk about it in throw it in our face because they're behind it i that's just my conspiracy side. Maybe can't really disagree with you on that sean. Interesting about that for a movie and it's like a huge movie. I find a lot of things in will call it. Pop culture to be propaganda frequently propaganda. That is very pro government. Oh yeah oh yeah. The the cia people probably save you from the identity theft people in these movies. You never happens and yeah. They're totally not going to. I always find it funny that like like you know people don't your general population doesn't understand. Just how ripped off. They are when it comes to like buying stuff with their credit card. It's not even just the like three four five percent that you have an increased cost on the goods that you buy as a result and it's hidden in the cost the good but there's also other costs like credit card fraud and not only not only does the merchant lose out when they're when somebody rejects the charge and credit card fraud involved but they get charged another forty dollars or fifty dollars on top of whatever they lost. So it's like it. Substantially undermines like our whole economy. And yet somehow you know and the government will do not the police do nothing about it. They will literally ignore it. If you force them to take a credit a report they will but they literally will not do anything about it of course because it doesn't it doesn't concern them at all the other thing. I'd like to point out is that crypto currency bitcoin. If you will is a technology it is a generational -i important technology. And what do i mean by that. Well you know you look back in history. What were the generational important technologies well. internet before that. I'm going way back now. Radio and television toilet go back even further. Let's go to the fire. Let's go to plumbing. Big warming is imagine pretty having plumbing in your house yet plumbing. Pretty big there's actually in the uk that still don't have indoor plumbing plumbing is just. It's an outhouse. a plumbing is a good one. What did i say. i'm sorry. did you say plumbing said something after it electrcity. Oh yes specifically getting lights right like street indoor electric city light outlet in your house to plug stuff in that's generational technology and then telegram telegraph right television radio which we're on right now. That is a generational right one. And so when. When i'm growing up like you know television was already invented. Obviously but my household only black and white. Tv's you really have to look look at a generational thing i mean physically it's a there's a physical manifestation of the television. You ever heard of the actually. I don't know if i can say that. Yeah so i mean basically. Our bellies are huge now compared to you know a couple of generations ago before television. I it's it's a different. It's definitely a significant one radio programming for a reason so i grew up in. There's black and white televisions color. Tv eventually comes around cable. Television shows up. i'm older than cable. Tv cable finally shows up. Oh yeah that was the. Yeah and then Ranch dressing my mom always says that she is and she's only two years older than you trivia. Write this down listeners. The is older than ranch dressing. So anyway what generational technologies have. I witnessed well. I want to say. The advent of wireless technology right cell phones in particular. We'll start with pages of course but then cell phones right. That was a generational technologies and cell phones. Are i think are. I don't even think we had teachers until we had cell phones. Technically so that's true right. It was just a cheaper. Way to deliver a wireless attila product. Yeah so those are generational technologies then. Of course the internet well. Let's start with the pc. Write a personal computer that was generation especially when alternate like modem activity and then yeah then even just the the laptop from the one that sits on your desktop literally. Because when i was a kid there was only like you know. Have to stay in one spot. Whenever we've got one in the studio here. Well we used to have one well. It's true we took a different purpose than your every single time. You need to get on the internet. You have to set at this desk. So i've witnessed several of these generational technologies come into play and what i learned about. Bitcoin and i immediately identified it. As one of these generational technologies. 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Live is the live call in hoops. Nope it's just the live. Talk radio program where we're going to talk Things from the perspective of freedom and peace and prosperity and nonviolence and all of the things surrounding folks who subscribe to the non aggression principle. If you're listening to this and you have any questions and you're like man. I really wish i could call in. Because you're confused about the raid or anything. I would suggest if you want information about the right. Now go to you. Soundcloud dot com slash free. Talk live and listen to the episode from march sixteenth. I feel like everyone needs to listen to the episode yet. Honestly you should listen to last four days. It's just all super interesting and you can't. I mean you look mean the. Fbi the irs. The treasury department the city of keene police anti f the county. Sheriff county sheriff. How many organizations to take the government to raid they brought in a bear cast studio a. I mean talk about absolutely insane a residential neighborhood. We haven't really discussed that enough. I before i ever came here. I always imagined that freetalklive was in like some cities city buildings downtown of the small town. Now this is house. Isn't the corner of the street to lex. It's a independent and this is this is this is. This is something that makes free talk. Live very different from a lotta shows. It's an indie pendency operated show studio and the shows that go on here. They're not. They're not part of any radio station now. Radio stations often have studios people come in and they do their show. Note dot freetalklive. It syndicated it's not and it's not paid for syndication either Literally activists coaling radio stations talking to owners and promoting the show mainly in dark very hard especially mark especially in and it takes it. Takes your support in order to do that. And that's what the amp program was all about. Yes so yeah. So we've been doing a bit of fundraising as well because there's been damage to this building as a result of the terrorist red And if you would like to donate you can donate crypto currency to a vanity address that has been supplied to me by edge. Wallet and that address is captain kick ass at edge so instead of entering a long string of letters and numbers that you would commonly do in a crypto currency transaction. You just type in captain kick ass at edge and the crypto currency transaction will go through. Your next question is probably going to be something like well. What kind of crypto currencies can i send to that and i will tell you exactly what those are. Btc bitcoin pch bitcoin. Cash et h We will accept us dt as well. That's a stable coin. Based on the theory him protocol we also accept dash we will accept b. s. v. Which is bitcoin. So toshi vision el-sisi which light plane and the one that we've probably given the least amount of love to but is probably the best one is minero or x m are so we will accept donations in any of those currencies to captain kick ass edge and Chris you're also doing something with your business yeah. My company sells computers and accessories and they're all freedom oriented products. It's all based around sources. Basically being available for the user remains in control fully. And basically if you want to make a donation to rebuilding the studio or if you want to buy something from the catalog or also if you do buy something but you're you don't wanna like donate explicitly Just basically if you don't wanna donate explicitly but you are supporter just right in the note. That whatever you're buying you wanna you want us to donate the profits from that purchase to rebuilding the studio and we'll do that. And if you wanna make a donation and like say you use a credit card we can go in and charge additional amount of money. Whatever whatever you want to donate so you can do it. It's a little bit of a way of doing it a little bit more anonymously. I'm for for people. Because you're you're you're buying something effectively from a company so you don't have to reveal that you're doing it you can get anything out of it right and you can still get something out of it. Like a t shirt or you know computer or whatever it is. Yeah so yeah you can do that you know. Just make sure it's clear you know. What is that you want us to do if you want us to. Just donate the profits. They just donate the prophet. And then we'll send your t-shirt out or whatever you buy if you want to donate a computer or whatever it is that you're buying you know. I want to donate this. Don't send it to me and your company may soon be selling crypto six t shirts and stuff like that too but not yet already so a lot of crypto merchandise but yes there is a very special t shirt that we will be selling shortly explicitly stay tuned. it's not there yet but extremists to support the rebuilding effort is and we just received another ten dollar donation from an anonymous donor. So thank you for the donation. We really do appreciate that. And yes all of these. Donations will go directly to replacing gear. That has been stolen Remedying the damage that has been done. The construction materials labor cost And all of that stuff were doing a purposefully doing an uncoordinated effort to keep things decentralized but we will make sure that that all goes to those efforts. I also want to take a minute and think gauge bass who is a gold level amplifier. Here at freetalklive. What is an amplifier. You might ask well. You can go visit amp dot freetalklive dot com and you can contribute five dollars a month or more there's different levels silver gold platinum and I call the other one unobtainable where you can name your own You know donation and that money will actually go to helping. Get this radio program on more radio stations. We're currently on like one hundred and eighty five radio stations. And we've been on a more than two hundred so he could get up there and we can go even two hundred we. Just you know better. I would love to do that. So if you enjoy this program. The hosts and co hosts that we have. If you think that it's valuable you've gained knowledge and value from this program. Please consider becoming an amplifier over at amp dot freetalklive dot com and. Thank you again gauge base. We appreciate you so we've been talking about all sorts of things we're nearing the end of the program. Was there anything you guys wanted to talk about this evening that we haven't discussed do so edge wallet. Let's let's talk a little bit about cryptocurrency watts. For there's a live. Different wallets out there to crypto. Well not well. I mean yes you can accept it with you can except for probably most wallets. But there's a difference between the edge while and while it's i'm not being paid to say this by the way So basically edge wallet is what they call free software. There is source code available for edge. Wallet full source good for yes and it makes it one of the best wallets because it means that the communities able to contribute back to that wallet and one of the great things about that is. It means you're fully in control of it but not only that it's one of the easiest wallets to install and use. You can acquire crypto currency through it. You can convert between crypto currencies. And you could send crypto currency easily and not only. Can you send it for one wall to another using you can also buy stuff with it at merchants. Yes online and off They don't support the ability to actually pay for stuff in retail stores or even online merchants but with edge wall. You can actually do. That is the only way i've ever done. Bitcoin is just so easy. And i'm not as smart as any of my friends really easy news. You're not technologically sophisticated. You're not dumb. Thank you yes. Let's not be self deprecating here again. I'm old so my first cryptocurrency while it was yield blockchain while it and i haven't logged into it in a while i should go into it and see if there's anything there Sometimes i'll do that like if i switch awhile. I'll just leave a little bit in the wallet and like you so i can. I can go back later on. Nc like oh. What was that ten bucks i left. Oh look it's one hundred bucks down or something. Yeah yeah. I can just see somebody going back to their while. They left a few cents in there. Oh it's ten thousand dollars now right. That's actually why i don't like doing it. I always like to clear out my wallet. So i don't go and think oh that would have been worth ten thousand dollars edge wallet at one. Time was a sponsor freetalklive. Yes yes and in fact. I used to give mark edge so a little bit of crap. I'm like come on man. You told them to name the wallet. Edge didn't you. And he's like no completely thought it was his his forgot that they were responsible they were sponsored. And that's how i found out about them. I didn't of course use them. Until i got to new hampshire and as soon as i got that wallet It's the only while yeah now for. My evaluation of the wallets is totally based on or mostly based on source code. So and that's one of the few walls where it's complete sorts gordon's easy to use and everything else we are about out of time. Thank you for tuning in. You can find our previous episodes at soundcloud dot com forward slash freetalklive. Thanks piece.

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FTL 2021-03-18

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FTL 2021-03-18

"Yes it is free talk. Live the talk show where we take control. The airwaves talk about whatever we wanted to. We're still without phones and all that kind of thing it's so different not having yin here a doing the show. It's like we don't know what to say. It's i'm you like saying streaming live from key new hampshire studio. I don't know if he says that. But i said on my show live. It's thursday night or whatever right yeah At any rate we still are without phones here in studio. Why is that well. That's because we were attacked by terrorists. Yes it's true In the studio tonight. It's myself the captain. chris. And i will not comply. I love it. Hello i will not come. That's great you just tilt tend in a little bit. Your microphone is falling over here. Know what's going on. We're having technical already. Okay well maybe move your chair closer something. I don't know you have to go. I have to say you know it's it's it's a very interesting very interesting couple of days. You know. usually this show. We still professional. And and it's just we have been at an ad hoc. Yeah and and as. I like to say assembling this radio program with a variety of radio shack adapters to get it. We've bypassed major systems we've duct tape things together. We've got things stapled that are normally permanent. There's all sorts of fun things behind the scenes that a lot of folks aren't aware of and a whole bunch of work that's been done By a whole bunch of people just to get this show back on the air as fast as possible. I can't believe myself that we were only off air for exactly one show. You know the fbi and other federal agencies that rate it you know they they were very the terrorists. The terrorists you know they. They took out all the people that mattered. You know all the people who were and say mattered. But all the key people to run this show and you have to wonder if that wasn't an intentional. I believe early. Their intention was to showdown down for some period of time as a show of force. They shut you down. I want them to have to feel like libertarians. Are like cockroaches. Because that's what us nerds are jerry. Rigging the radio going in the show will go on And you know what's funny is they actually were a little bit more successful than five years ago when they raided because they even managed to the show a there was a live show the night of and was it the same night. 'cause i remember night i remember in my head listening to that show and it was mark kind of going like this by himself by kind of going like well. I'm i'm pretty sure we're broadcasting. But i'm not one hundred percent sure you know. He had some doubt in his place as to what was going on. My understanding of my recollection was there was a live broadcast that very night of the raid and it was only because of the community just like five years ago came together and scraped up enough equipment to get things moving again and may not have been perfect but it was back it. They didn't even get a day. Shut down and It wasn't quite a successful As far as the broadcast was with this time around but we did go live over. What was it like youtube and some other platforms. Yep so it wasn't totally shut down but Yeah we've we've found a way. Yeah we found a way to keep going. there was a broadcast. Somebody in one of the chance today said well. I feel like i'm doing something illegal. I have to go to a telegram. Chat to listen to a file an mp three file of a radio program that i normally listen to that has been taken off air because of you know the government to so i've got a question and i think you know the answer to this already made I have an answer are the shows prerecorded shows have they. Are they available through archive right now. Well you got a freaking dot com. I went to the p. Three or carves. And i only saw up to march fifteenth on free talk live dot com on the website. Proper freetalklive dot com. No they are not there. Okay however they are up at soundcloud dot com forward slash freetalklive. The reason that they're there. I is a variety of reasons. Actually some them do to access and that type of thing but Soundcloud is actually a propagator. So once the files get uploaded to soundcloud they are sent out to all of the podcast catchers okay and so if you are like i don't know if you've got a an apple and you're on i tunes or whatever through through that or if you have some i don't know what the popular pod catchers are now pod being used to be one of them and that type of thing potter. I think maybe so anybody who had been listening to the show via podcast should now have all of the previous episodes that we missed over the past. Couple of days uploaded include. These are full shows but also including the digest version that riley blake puts together for us. Ooh that's right rarely still doing that. Yeah yeah thank you riley. He's on top of it. I've been making sure he gets a copy of the recording of the shows and that he's able to still produces digest for those of you listening you don't know what a digest is. This is a good thing to hear about. Because i think a lot of people who are listening online you know they normally listen to the add version of the show and this is a really great for everybody. Not everybody has three hours in a day to listen to free. Talk live right. I even when i was in seattle i would i would only catch you know two hours because i had a commute time for my job in that kind of thing and it's a different time zone etcetera and so on so the digest is something that riley blake puts together for us. He takes a recording of the show and he basically does the highlights. He edits it down to about a half hour. Sometimes the last sometimes a little more minute or two couple of minutes that type of thing. But it's usually around a half hour and it's kind of the highlights. It's the main points of the show and he does this of his own volition. We don't employ him to do so so he does it on a donation basis if you listen to the digest usually somewhere around the middle of the digest version of the audio. He'll give you some information on how to become a patron or to send him some bitcoin. To a crypto currency address that type of thing and that's his reward for doing. He's a fan of the show. He likes the show I've met him. You've met him know if you've met him or not. He's a solid dude. Also you know a. There's no reason for me to mention this but the man is blind so it's very interesting that I know from doing some audio editing myself. That i couldn't do it without a visual representation in front of me without seeing the tracks in the way of files and the all that kind of stuff seeing the compression kick in and all that kind of stuff. So it's really interesting to me that there are the tools out there for somebody who has no sites to be able to do audio editing. I find that awesome. And i really appreciate the work that riley blake does for us. I mean that's so cool. They can do that yeah. He's a really amazing character. I've a supernova times super. Nice guy and yeah he is. He's absolutely super nice. I had the best free. Talk live setup. When i lived in san antonio before i met you guys. I would uber in the morning from like eleven uber eats from like eleven to like to go home and take a break and hang out with coconut and then i would always start at six to into nine and that was free. Talk live time. So i never missed. I literally never missed an episode all the commercials or so we have I just jotted down some things that we should probably talk about today. again we have no phone so i'm not going to give up the phone number to everybody. We hope to get the phones reestablish the donations because that will help us get those phones reestablished. Yes we'll talk about the donation links and methods to do so. I don't know if you're still running you're properly at paying. We could talk about that as well. But i wanted to mention before the mainstream media can brand the people who were arrested on this indictment the reason for the terrorist raid. We decided as as a community to name these folks and we've come up with the name. The crypto six there six people and we decided that it's going to be the crypto six This was that a little bit of a ad hoc meeting that was had last night There's even sort of a logo floating around in one of the chatrooms right now So did at you on. Musk ken grimes do so play. More free talk. Live is on the way. Are you tired if governments murdering people around the world stop using their money. There is alternative. Bitcoin is a stateless free market. Non-political currency bitcoin be inflated or controlled by any government by using their money. You're helping the state stop doing it. You have an incredible alternative available now. Learn it use. It spread it get started with bitcoin at coin dot com. That's bitcoin dot com. Want to accept bitcoin at your online store. There's a good chance you already have what you need. 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So please follow us at two dot freetalklive dot com and sign up for our emails at news dot freetalklive dot com. The new fourth edition of healing. Our world the compassion of libertarianism. We'll take your understanding of liberty to a deeper level and has ever thirteen hundred updated references new cartoons and forward by dr ron paul with discounts for multiple book purchases. The fourth edition of healing. Our world is a great gift for the liberals pragmatists environmentalists and christians in your life. Who think libertarianism is cold hearted get yours today at healing dot freetalklive dot com and use promo code f. T. l. for a five dollar discount telegram. You can follow our channel there and discuss show prep with other listeners. A telegram dot freetalklive dot com. Welcome back to the program. Welcome back to the show. Everybody it is free talk live. Normally we tell you a phone number and ask you to call in and take control of the airwaves. Talk about whatever's on your mind. We still are unable to do that. Thanks to the terrorists who attacked the studio. The bitcoin embassy and also kidnapped people from their homes. We refer to these people as the crypto six so until we can restore the phones And some other sort of behind the scenes stuff that is still kind of broken We will continue on as best we can with some of the you know hosts and co host as we have speaking of which i am. The captain tonight joining me chris and bonnie and so we're just going to continue onward and upward. We have been turning the show into a bit of a fundraiser. As you probably have already heard unless you're just tuning in There was plenty of damage done to both the studio. The building that we're in windows doorframes Assorted other damage. The for this terroristic no knock raids that was performed as well as on the bitcoin embassy. We've had an outpouring of support from everybody that we know in our little community here With folks volunteer their time efforts and materials to help. Secure the place as far. Because i mean like the doors. Were just swinging wide open. They busted him now. They didn't knock they busted in every possible window and door told me that they connected the west. The thing called that they barrelled the door down with they. Oh the battering ram was connected to the bearcat. And that's how they got the other side store off the data bearcat here in my yard. Was that the actual bearcat. Likes the key is to. We're thinking the second from. I don't know i saw i saw personally saw it firsthand but i i wasn't so they kept me far as far away as they could. At first they put them back a little bit and then like the crazy thing is an hour later after basically everything was done in over with like the core of it they push me back so far. I couldn't even film anymore. There were two 'cause. I only physically remember seeing remember seeing one too. I heard that there is to. Maybe there was one of the location. It was pretty messed up. Because i remember the stink that was put up. By the a community here keen. Got the bearcat You know the protests that happen like why does a city of twenty three thousand people need a military vehicle. They don t know why it's because they can't have bree talk live so they can terrorize the people who protested the very thing that they got. And i think that the average person in keen doesn't want the bearcats the libertarians. You know what the thing is though. It's not just the libertarians. It's not just us who didn't want the bearcat. Nobody wanted to bear bearcat and the well. She can't say no be technically because the politicians wanted the bearcat wright and bureaucrats and one of the bureaucrats said something like oh sweet. We're getting a bearcat like that's disgusting absolutely disgusting Yeah and it's like. Oh sweet we're getting like a torture chamber in jail. Yeah yeah it was just. It was just like what is wrong with you. Place departments should not be celebrating. The militarization of their department was the politician. Politics wasn't even a police officer it. Either there's a politician. They shouldn't be celebrating it either. They were they were getting. They were happy about getting a killing machine. How sick is that right. Yeah that's me. I was telling him because he's asking how doing selling 'em how awful i feel and a horrible state of mind i'm in and he said well that's natural way to feel after something so evil happen to you and i was just like that literally is true. It was like evil. Yes so we've named the people who were kidnapped to the crypto six. There were six of them. If you're savvy with your search engines you can read all about the indictment online. I'm not going to go into any of that information. Feel free to go. Look that stuff up Yourself online but we do want to provide you with a. We've got plenty of stuff to update you on Let's just start with an update on ian I came by the studio late this afternoon. I was working on getting the Previous episodes and the just back online all morning this morning as well as communicating with what seemed like one hundred different people. It is pretty amazing. The amount of folks who have offered assistance. And you know got in touch with myself and you guys and everybody that's involved you've just come together to see what they could do. So i popped into the studio. I hadn't eaten all day. So i went to go get some dinner while i was out at dinner. I got a phone call from mark edge the other co founder of this very radio program and he said hey. I just wanted you to know that. I was able to get in contact with ian and he is amazed that you're able to get this show back on the air last night and i just that made me feel so good you know it is. It's really a pat on the back especially to you captain and yeah i'm just it's You're the guy who who managed to figure it out with some help from markedly and Mark the people at the people at the network that were broadcasting on their network operations center. A representative josh. Those guys were all key in assisting with that And some of that was just getting behind. All of the equipment and guessing saba taj. They committed was to keep it from working. I consider myself a non theorist. But i got pretty lucky. I don't wanna say divine intervention was involved but you wanna believe that there was far outside and right on. I'm not gonna stop you. And while he was out getting dinner awesome maybe on his way back mark. I mean sorry not mark. That's the the other co host by our roommate. He came with his phone to me and he handed me his phone. And i got to talk to on the phone. So there's another update nice So yeah and as my phone continues to blow up with nothing but love Within all of this obviously i've been a little ragged. I've probably been a little more on edge than normally i am no pun intended and I just wanna make sure that. I think some people who have donated recently I wanna make sure we say. Thank you to malays. She has donated. I want to say. Thank you to rob in vermont He had some trouble donating He and i kind of had a little crab fest back and forth and then somebody else stepped in and helped him out so he was able to make the donation. So thank you to rob in vermont. to has also sent to donation and there are at least three other anonymous. Donations have come through Overnight since we were on air yesterday and that's just to me personally Break in the flaw will be here. he says You know around eight o'clock hour number two of the program We'll see what kind of updates he has as far as donations to do you have any updates Yeah we didn't mention the anonymous donation. I don't believe go. yeah so There was a non-issue thousand dollar donation. So cool that's nice of change. I wanna say thank you. Thank you so much for the guess that people donate that and take everybody who pitched in and offer to help to his. That just makes us feel like you know the stuff we're doing here is important to you and it's important to us so we're happy to have you here as listeners and part of our community this is free talk live. We'll have more coming up. Is spreading the message of liberty crypto currency and peace around the globe. Worth two dollars per month to you as you may already know. 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Help us advertise market and promote for just five dollars a month at amp dot freetalklive dot com. Welcome back to free talk live. It is a radio talk show program currently the past. Okay sure that we're biased normally. It's a call in talk program. Normally i would spout out the telephone number repeatedly and also you know. Give some sort of you know. Really nice verbiage about how you can call in But none of that is possible because of the terrorist organization that rated not only the studio but the bitcoin embassy and also kidnapped people from their homes They parasites who are mad because they don't get chunks of people's money that they've made throughout their life. You know it's funny. We keep saying the between embassy They actually raise some other properties as well another house and a convenience store yeah they accidentally rated a star and they took out the safe in the convenience store and they brought it back later because took up a little bit quit safe. They haven't given them back there so it's stealing from people. Yup yes that's exactly true. And we think what happened was they had already hold that off to wherever they were hauling it off to and they probably couldn't figure out how to get back that the took a po s. That's funny. yeah. But i try to bring humor to these situations because they're pretty tense and everybody's a bit on edge so they really are killers to We learned last night from aria. That when she got rated she ran downstairs in underwear because she thought that one of our other friends was actually just messing with her saying the fbi and she said what is wrong with you guys. It's like six. Am and they said. Are you stop moving. Are we will open fire and and so you sort of spilled the beans. But that's okay we want. We were giving updates on people and the updates. That's one of the updates. Is that aria is out is at home and we were able to a small group. I was able to go and pay a visit to her last night after the show concluded and say hello. Yeah i i was amazed. What wonderful spirit she has given all the has come down. It's it's just. It's she's an inspiration. That's the only way to describe her She's a firecracker in just not just going to take it. I mean she she was. she's ready. She's ready to sit in a cage has to you know. And it's it's just like you know she's already suffered as a result of the raid and taking all our property and stuff and and yet. She's still she's still willing to put up a fight and she should and we all should supporter because of it and you know without people like her you know where would we know. Where would we be. We would be literally living. I mean we already are living under tyranny but You know it's it's only gonna get worse right like it would be worse now for wasn't for people like and if you didn't know aria is a trans woman and they couldn't figure out what don't think we should talk about that now. The population well. At any rate. I mean just her being a trans woman has given her problems obviously throughout most of her life so as you can imagine when it comes to government. The government is even more stupid than in handling that type of situations. Aria does send her thoughts to everybody and says thank you for the support of course to folks Particularly who have come forward and offered to help who've helped repair the house in which she resides and all of that type of thing as well. She's amazed at the outpouring of support so she also sends through thanks to everybody and also i wanted to mention. The cats are fine. There was some speculation that maybe her cats You know got out or you know. Or otherwise met their demise but they are fine. Yeah we weren't able to find her cats when after the immediately after the fbi b. i. Arrayed and we thought they may have escaped through a basement. And fortunately that's that didn't happen. They're just really really good at hiding. So the good news is there was food and water still and i think we may have refilled it. So the cat stein starve or anything like that. They might just a bent a little scared. Yeah so are you said. They asked her Like if she had if anybody else in the house like they asked everyone and she said. I have my cats in there. Please don't hermit cats and they said well what what are they gonna do. What could the cat stooge was. Can you even believe that like their cats. They asked her if the cats were any danger. Men with men with guns right men with munition afraid of cats. She just begged them. Like if there's something scurries across the room in scares you please. Don't shoot it. i just have two cats. And here's no other people in your. Yeah you know. It's just crazy These guys would go in with the amount of firepower when they routinely government agents routinely raid. With how you know excessive force To this degree. I it just it just blows you away. I mean these are peaceful people. These are one step away from being pacifists. you'll ever be on. This show is one step away. From being a pacifist we would never use violence. You know outside of self defense so this is idea. You know this this whole idea that you need to use guns to raid a place especially when people have willingly submitted to arrest on numerous occasions for nonviolent crimes and the crime that supposedly being committed that they're being accused of is not a violent crime. So yeah you just have to wonder if you really want a good explanation of exactly what all people involved believe. Just google the shire society declaration shire society dot com or dot org. It's one of those. But i think google the shire society declaration you'll find ron. Paul signed it or star page. Yeah that is true. So let's see We've given update on end and update on aria. We still have no update on nobody That's the pers