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Will Chamberlain's Thoughts on the New Online Information Space

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:28 min | 2 d ago

Will Chamberlain's Thoughts on the New Online Information Space

"I want to get your thoughts on as we look at online content. Who owns it and who should get paid? You know, that's really the question. Yeah, and I mean, I think there's a number of things to consider. First off, I mean, Salem's on conservative media. I've used to run a conservative media outlet. I can tell you. It's a very, very challenging thing to do just from a business perspective, and it's much more challenging now than it would have been, say, 20 years ago, when the Internet was less dominant in terms of how people got their news, and so there's a real case to be made that there's a reason a lot of conservative outlets, places like the daily caller in the Washington examiner and the Washington times are all in support of this bill is because I think they see it as a very key lifeblood to keep their operations going and as someone who ran human events, I understand where they're coming from. It's really hard to make money. Advertising, the way to think about it is it's collective bargaining for smaller media outlets than smaller journalistic enterprises. It gives them the ability to bargain collectively with Google and Facebook for the right to display and link to their content. And I think if I have to choose between a collection of media outlets, some of which are a good chunk of which are liberal, but a number of which are also conservative and really need something like this. Versus Google and Facebook, I think it's a pretty clear choice. Google and Facebook have been deeply adversarial interests for a long time and they're massive monopolies themselves. So I think that if anything, this is a way to sort of balance the playing field a little bit.

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Charles Hurt: What Nancy Pelosi Can Do in Her Next Career

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:59 min | Last month

Charles Hurt: What Nancy Pelosi Can Do in Her Next Career

"There's a funny conversation last night on Fox News between Laura Ingraham and Charlie hurt from the Washington times. What could Nancy Pelosi do for a living after she gets fired as Speaker of the House on November the 8th? Listen to this hysterical exchange between Laura and Charlie last night on Fox News. So being the magnanimous team that we are, we've taken it upon ourselves to compile a list of post speaker careers for her. Charlie hurt, Fox News contributor and opinion editor for the Washington times, who joins me on set with his own contributions. Okay, Charlie. The first option is inspired by this recent documentary. The waiting for this. The trespassing on the capital grounds. All right, punch him out. I'm going to go to jail. I'm going to be happy. Well, given her Gusto and that clip, we thought she might want to channel that aggression into the ring. There's got to be some senior boxing tour somewhere in California. I mean, you can see it right. I mean, she's looking good there. She's almost looks like fetterman there. Yeah, I can see her. Like an MMA ring. Maybe she patty Murray can go toe toe because Murray is going to be out too. No, I can see it. And she is a Street Fighter. She's smart. All going all the way back to the streets of Baltimore. I wouldn't count her out. I wouldn't mess out. She plays dirty. She's a fighter. She fights for what she believes in. She was ready to go with all that legislation. I don't agree with her on anything, but you've got to admire her for her fight. Now Charlie, you have a suggestion of your own for Nancy. And I hear it is inspired by this moment. God bless you and God bless America. Thank you very much. I'm trying to, I'm trying to rip my folder, but I can't. She could get a job at kinko's and become a paper shredder. And she could do it right there. It worked for the federal government.

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Chinese Communist Party Runs Police Outpost in NYC

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:04 min | 2 months ago

Chinese Communist Party Runs Police Outpost in NYC

"You are questioning whether or not China really has police stations in America. Yes, Washington times dot com. China establishes police station in New York City. They are called the safeguard defenders on behalf of the Chinese Communist Party, and they have over a 110 overseas stations that help the Chinese Communist Party crack down on all illegal and criminal activities involving oversea Chinese. That's not what it is. What it is is cracking down on dissidents that might disagree with the Chinese Communist Party. They are building their colonialist international experiment, but we can't kick the Chinese out because that would be intolerant. You see, because diversity is what we worship. And if you would daresay the Chinese Communist Party is not welcome in America, they'll call you a racist. Do you see how when you make the accusation of racism so potent? It makes your country less safe at all ties together critical race theory, tolerance, the weakening of America, diversity is our strength, tolerance, is everything we care about and weakens the country. It makes your children have to grow up in a New York City with Chinese Communist Party police stations.

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Inspector General Announces Audit of IRS Employees to Find Tax Cheats

Mark Levin

01:03 min | 3 months ago

Inspector General Announces Audit of IRS Employees to Find Tax Cheats

"Just the news treasury inspector general launches on a virus employees cheating on their own taxes In 87,000 more coming imagine Inspector general for tax administration Jay Russell George will conduct the audit at the request of the Iowa Republican senator Joni Hurst according to the Washington times before Biden's army of auditors start harassing innocent taxpayers Let's first make sure the tax collectors have paid their own taxes So senator Ernst The mass order comes as the agency prepares to hire 87,000 agents And the Democrat every single Democrat voted for those 87,000 agents I'm waiting for Mitch McConnell to repeat something that I have encouraged the Republicans to say I heard Cruz say at the other night The Republicans should commit to getting rid of them To defunding them And you know what Mitch McConnell said mister producer Nothing

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Julie Kelly: We Need More Whistleblowers From the FBI

The Dan Bongino Show

01:55 min | 3 months ago

Julie Kelly: We Need More Whistleblowers From the FBI

"A Kerry Pickett as a piece out at the Washington times Again this is just stuff from this week about the FBI Clearly an organization that's failed in its mission at this point Apparently some FBI whistleblowers and thanked the lord and I'm not using his name in vain that we're starting to see whistleblowers trickle out I wish we had more but a whistleblower or a couple of them told the Washington times that apparently ray and the DoJ have some headquarters based white supremacy type quota They're calling it like what was the line about it before Some kind of a oh internal metric for white supremacists and the whistleblowers are saying that they're being pushed to recategorize people as white supremacists I mean can you think of a more destructive thing to do to law enforcement than to set up a perverse incentive that we're going to measure your performance based on how many white supremacists you can go and find This is crazy It is crazy and it's all to bolster Christopher ray's phony narrative that he launched in 2019 that white supremacist militia men et cetera opposed a grave threat to the country This was his idea This was also again the motivation to put together the Whitmer fed mapping hoax And so now you have Joe Biden is going to host the summit I think it's today talking about white supremacy and what a danger it is and yet you have these people inside the FBI who unfortunately yes we have whistleblowers but for the most part these agents and officials are going along with this Yeah A lot more whistleblowers We need a lot more people in there speaking out because if it doesn't come from within the FBI we know the GOP doesn't have the guts to reform it or dismantle it It has to be come from inside that agency

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Top Agent Who Suppressed Hunter Biden Laptop Escorted From the FBI

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:17 min | 3 months ago

Top Agent Who Suppressed Hunter Biden Laptop Escorted From the FBI

"A very interesting development at the FBI, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, whose implications are not entirely clear yet, but a senior FBI agent. This is a guy named Tim tybalt, DHI BAU Tim tablet. Has been escorted out of FBI headquarters. And apparently is being either removed, fired, maybe asked to resign or maybe submitted his own resignation. I mean, there's a little bit of a shading as to which of those options it is, but what is not being shaded is that this guy is out of the FBI building. This was by the way the story was broken by the reporter John Solomon, and then picked up and further reported by many others, including the Washington times. And evidently, this guy Tim tybalt is the guy who suppressed the Hunter Biden story. Now he didn't suppress it all by himself, but he was one of the key figures in blocking the Hunter Biden story from getting out prior to the 2020 election. So let's think about that. This is the FBI actively involved in election interference and in suppressing damaging information against Biden. Now, there are several elements to this story. We know recently Mark Zuckerberg, by the way, the founder of Facebook, now called meta Mark Zuckerberg went on Joe Rogan's show and he said it was the FBI that pressured Facebook. Not to highlight the Hunter Biden story to downplay it, to repress it, and Zuckerberg says we didn't shut it down completely, but we did give it less traction. We did sort of pull it back. And think about it. It's the FBI, the FBI, the supposedly neutral police agency of the government that is now working with these social media platforms, not to fight misinformation, but to fight accurate information that would have been damaging to the Democrats. So the FBI seems to be now a little bit like the KGB kind of a fully owned police arm of the Democratic Party.

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FBI Agent Who Opened Trump Investigation Reportedly Escorted Out

Mark Levin

01:35 min | 3 months ago

FBI Agent Who Opened Trump Investigation Reportedly Escorted Out

"It's actually just breaking Just the news Deciding the what is it Washington times I guess On second as I pull it up FBI special agent who opened Trump investigation Reportedly escorted out of the bureau Former Washington field office assistant special agent in charge Tim thibault Was reportedly asked escorted out of the bureau on Friday and been whistleblower allegations that he showed political bias in his handling of politically sensitive investigations The Washington times reported eyewitness accounts that mister Theo was seen exiting the bureau's elevator last Friday escorted by two or three headquarters looking pipes The article appears to have been updated and now states that the bolt abruptly resigned but that he was forced to leave his post and cites two unnamed former FBI officials Now a caution just the news was unable to independently confirm the times report Whistleblowers alleged that Theo bolt concealed the partisan nature of evidence from FBI director Christopher wray and attorney general Merrick Garland to secure their approval to open investigation of former president Donald Trump And that investigation culminated in the FBI's raid on Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate earlier this month The public release of the affidavit such as it was that accompanied the search warrant revealed the warrant application relied heavily on information from news articles

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"the washington times" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:35 min | 4 months ago

"the washington times" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"So here's the Google story. I was telling you about which is enormous. In its impact, Glenn greenwald wrote about it this weekend, the Washington times has a story out about it today, reclaim the net, decide I really like, has a story about it. The reclaim the net stories in my newsletter. The gist of it is this. The Google machine monopoly was sued by rumble, a company I'm an equity holder in. Rumbles claims in the lawsuit was at Google was using its monopoly power over search, Googling stuff on the Internet basically, which is like saying Xerox copy, right? They were using their monopoly power to redirect video searches to their platform, YouTube. And suppressing links to other video sites rumble and elsewhere. Rumble sued for a lot of money. Now folks, many of these cases are thrown out before the discovery stage, the discovery stage is critical because that's when both sides are compelled to produce materials for the case. This case made it past the discovery stage. Listen to me, if you're a lawyer listening, you understand exactly what I just said. That may seem like, oh, what's the big deal? It is a huge deal It is a huge deal. Most of these cases don't make it past that. If this case now goes to trial, with rumble and Google, Google is going to be compelled to produce emails

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"the washington times" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:04 min | 4 months ago

"the washington times" Discussed on WTOP

"The organization is violating Virginia law for denying employee requests to not get vaccinated due to religious and disability exemptions. That's according to the Washington times. Miara says he's received information from sources, saying the mandate, which went into effect last July, has resulted in terminations or threats of it and nova tells the times no laws have been broken, and the requirement is in line with all of its vaccination requirements. It says only about 1% of its 20,000 employees have left due to non compliance. Melissa Howell WTO news. It's 9 18. And let's go to Steve Dresden, the WTO traffic center. In Maryland and Montgomery county, a new closure, we have New Hampshire avenue now blocked on both directions and lockwood drive for pretty serious crash trying to avoid this area of possible in Laurel. One 98 blocked right near airfield road. This is just before you get to route 32, the lanes are blocked in both directions due to a multi vehicle accident. Quite on the beltway, both directions, Montgomery county and prince George's county, over in Virginia, the road work is slowing things down a bit to say the least eastbound 66 after notley street single left lane gets you by approaching the capital beltway. Over on southbound 95 near one 23, road work set up block on the right lane. We're still very slow leaving the Fredericksburg area over on the northbound side and 95. El crawling past 17 in falmouth, it does ease up once your north of a quiet harbor opens up nicely to the yaku qua and straight up to the Springfield interchange. In the district also works on slowing things down northbound three 95 inside the third street tunnel right before the D street exit caller confirms the works on currently blocks the right lane with delays. Steve dresner, WTO traffic. Thank you, Steve. Let's go to storm team for me. You're all just Samara Theodore. As we head through the remainder of our Sunday, it's still extremely hot overnight temperatures will drop into the low 80s

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"the washington times" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:52 min | 4 months ago

"the washington times" Discussed on WTOP

"A while. Just like you wouldn't want to wear a sweater when it's 90, your phone doesn't need its case, that can act as insulation and keep extra heat in. So remove the case at least for a few minutes to cool that hot phone down. Sandy cosell, WTO news. 8 O 5, a major healthcare system in Virginia is accused of violating the state's law due to its vaccine mandate. Inova health systems is accused of denying multiple employee requests for religious or disability exemptions for the COVID-19 vaccine. That's according to the Washington times. The details outlined in a letter from Virginia attorney general, Jason meares, went on to say it's a state law violation, and several employee complaints are now under review by his office. His concern that denials of exemptions are resulting in terminations. The letter pointed to the state's human rights act, which prohibits discrimination based on religion or disability, and nova did tell the post that it quote strongly believes that the safest environment for our team members and patients is one where everyone is fully vaccinated. Melissa Howell, WTO news. 8 O 6 Marilyn mam is dead after an argument with a Lyft driver in Dewey beach Delaware. Stapley say the driver picked up a group of 6 people just after 2 o'clock this morning to take them to Bethany beach and argument ensued and then drop a reportedly stopped his vehicle in the middle of the road on route one in the left lane in order the group out of 43 year old man from clarksburg did that. He got out on the right side and was hit by an oncoming car. He was pronounced dead on scene. The Lyft driver fled the scene after the crash, no other injuries were reported. Stick around, coming up after traffic and weather. A text message scam that's been prompting residents to call police. I'm John Aaron. It's 8 O 6. It's a bright new day for Novak customers. With innovative technology that powers smarter homes, using advanced metering. Novik

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Rep. Gohmert Calls for Full Deposition of Cassidy Hutchinson

Mark Levin

01:05 min | 5 months ago

Rep. Gohmert Calls for Full Deposition of Cassidy Hutchinson

"Carry picket and Joseph Clark at the Washington times Representative Louie gohmert called January 6th select committee to release the full deposition A former White House say Cassidy hutchison The which she claimed that mister gohmert and other Republican lawmakers sought presidential pardons in late 2020 he flatly denied seeking a pardon for himself mister gohmert said he made several pardon requests for U.S. service members whom he says were wrongfully convicted of crimes while deployed in war zones but he never made a request for himself Why don't they release The full transcripts As a matter of fact Louis on to something As I keep saying she was forced to testify four times the 5th time being publicly Why Because there are pressuring her Why can't we see all these transcripts raw transcripts and see them now

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"the washington times" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

05:40 min | 5 months ago

"the washington times" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Aaron judge the Yankees have settled their arbitration hearing and they apparently avoided it right before it began and that was supposed to be at noon Eastern Time. They agree on a one year $19 million contract, he was asking for 21 Yankees offering 17. He doesn't just get the 19 million, which is the halfway point. Also, he could make an additional $250,000 by winning an MVP award, he's the favorite right now, and an additional 250,000 for being World Series MVP. They have the best record in baseball, so maybe he does line up for both of those. He could make 19 and a half $1 million not too bad. As I guess you can say he wins his arbitration case so that actually going to arbitration. We'll get the judge a bit later on also the NBA draft, my thoughts on that. But boy oh boy, what a week for the Washington commanders, not a good one, nor the NFL, Congress, of course, has taken up this case about the workplace, I guess, alleged abuses within the front office of the commanders, and man, a lot of concern. Let's head down there. Commanders be reported for the Washington times. Matt Parrish joining us and now what's the reaction in that area, the Virginia Maryland Washington D.C. area when it comes to the name Dan Snyder these days? Well, it's kind of been the same as it has been in recent years. They just can't stand the guy. Obviously, this scandal has intensified that, but a lot of people in the area, a lot of fans just really despise him and it's kind of a long running joke in town that if you were to ever sell the team, they would throw a parade down constitution as if they were going to Super Bowl because it's that bad. You know, what really was shocking to me looking at this testimony in this case was Roger Goodell, obviously he's right. He can't just remove Dan Snyder's an owner. He can recommend it, but the other owners have to vote in 24 have to agree to get him out before he can be let out and that's going to be tough to do. They don't want to set that precedence, but he kind of was wishy washy in terms of who's running the team, right? Dan Snyder's not supposed to be, I believe, right? Is his wife is supposed to be running it as part of his penalty. But is he running it? I mean, do we actually know if dance Steiner has retaken the reins because Roger Goodell didn't seem to know? Right. Well, so just to back up a little bit when the NFL first announced their decision, their findings from Beth Wilkinson's investigation last summer, they said that Dan Snyder would be voluntarily taking a leave of absence from the day to today operations of the franchise for the classified that for several months. So it technically wasn't a suspension, but there's been this weird language that Roger Goodell is saying that Snyder hasn't been around the team for a year to the best of his knowledge. But that's just not everything that I've heard. I've had someone reach out to me to directly dispute what good Dell has said that Snyder has been involved in the day to day that she remains involved in the big decisions and stuff like that. And even Ron Rivera, their coach has referenced talking to the snyders talking to Dan Snyder throughout the season. I don't necessarily know what that means he's at the facility every day. I think it's pretty rare when he makes an appearance, but he's still involved in the major decisions of a franchise and what you would call the day today. You know, it's amazing to me when you look at this whole situation, Matt, that, you know, you have a big market team like the Washington commanders, a incredibly loyal fan base, my deceased Stanton uncle were huge Washington fans. The players, you know, look, Ron Rivera is a player's coach, people like playing for him, right? You saw that in Carolina, guys, gravitate toward him. If it wasn't for him, would players just not want to play here because of Dan Snyder? You know, that's always the question of whether Washington could attract those situations. I mean, Washington wanted to pursue big time quarterbacks to soft season before landing Carson once. I think Russell Wilson was really the guy and Wilson had a no trade clause and he didn't want to come to Washington. He made that pretty clear. So yeah, I think Snyder definitely had something to do with it. I don't know how much that affects the league wide reputation, but they haven't landed that star caliber quarterback, even though they've been aggressive for them, and I think that's one of the reasons. Commanders beat reporter for the Washington times Matt Paris joining us here on the rich eisen show Dan Schwartzman in for rich on this Friday, what also is interesting in this hearing was in the 29 pages released by the oversight committee, they seemed to indicate that the NFL kind of helped Dan Snyder maybe not in the shadow investigation, but in potentially possibly covering up some stuff from the Beth Wilkinson investigation. Is that how you read it as well that the NFL potentially could have been culpable as well? Yeah, so what the House committee alleges or what they found in their report is that Roger Goodell, there was originally an agreement between the law firm that the NFL hired.

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Who Is Veteran Journalist John Solomon?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:09 min | 6 months ago

Who Is Veteran Journalist John Solomon?

"He is the founder of Justin news dot com, a good friend of the Satan network, John Solomon, welcome to America first one on one. Yeah, great to be with you, Seth. So you come on the show every week. Usually the night before about 10 p.m. your text me some big breaking story and exclusive that you guys have at Justin news dot com. You're an incredible asset to people who really want the truth and not the fake news. For those who missed our last longer discussion, which was at least a year ago, if not more, let's do a little biopic on John Solomon because you come from a police family. You've had a long, long history of working in the big name news media, then you broke out by yourself. So give us a little potted version of how you came where you how you came to be where you are today, John. Yeah, that's I grew up in a family full of Irish cops, and I think I was expected to be a cop, but I wanted to write. I love meeting people. And so I did spend some time working cell block in the courthouse, putting myself through school, but when that was done, I became a journalist and I worked at The Associated Press wire service for more than 20 years, then retired there, went to become the lead national investigative correspondent for Washington Post and was promoted to the editor of the Washington times. Brand the hill TV new television division when that started in 17. And that decided, you know what? I want to create my own organization. I saw my profession drift away from truth and towards agenda setting, meaning it didn't matter whether the story was true or not, no matter whether it helped set an agenda. I want to reverse that tide or resist that side. And so in 2020, I created just the news a site that's what its name says, which is we just do news. We don't have opinion pieces. I just want to give people facts and one of our promises is we'll be transparent with you. So everything we gather in our news stories at just the news. The video, the audio, the documents, all of the research we've done. We put into a separate tab called the dig in tool and you can look at everything and check us out, make up your own mind, you don't have to take our word for it. We're not so arrogant as to think you have to take our word like The New York Times does. We let you see the stuff and make up your own

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Cheryl Chumley Details the Left's Plan to Take Away Your Freedom

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:40 min | 6 months ago

Cheryl Chumley Details the Left's Plan to Take Away Your Freedom

"Back. We're talking to Cheryl chumlee, who is with the Washington times, who's written a new book called lockdown, the socialist plan to take away your freedom. So Cheryl, let's get into some of the specifics. What is this plan to take away our freedom, put some meat on the proverbial bones? Well, I'll give you two examples. First off, the great reset and how it redefines capitalism. Right now, in America, we have a capitalistic system that considers shareholders. The needs of the shareholders. It's based on profit loss, right? You want to make money for your shareholders and so forth. It's a very clean, pure, honest system. The great reset wants to change the definition of shareholder capitalism into one called stakeholder capitalism, where the reason you go into business is to please your stakeholders with stakeholders defined as anybody and everybody with a social justice cause. So instead of being in business to make money, they'll be in business to make money. Yes, but also to further the causes of Black Lives Matter, or radical environmentalism. And or whoever else comes along is the next social justice player. So if you think of what that does to a free market to a capitalistic system in America, it changes the whole equation. It changes the idea of somebody in high school dreaming of owning his or her own business to provide for self and family into businesses becoming just a tool of the next far left political causes. And that is more akin to what China does with its businesses and communist countries do with their businesses. They work hand in hand with the government than what a free market is supposed to.

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"the washington times" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:00 min | 6 months ago

"the washington times" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Hey folks talking to Cheryl chumlee author of the new book lockdown, the socialist plan to take away your freedom to Sheryl, I was just saying that, you know, when I think of Nazi Germany, I know that there's real evil in the world, but the idea that there are people you mentioned Klaus Schwab and others who would be so dedicated to bringing down America. What do you suppose it is whether in someone like that or the people that collaborated with him, whether it's Fauci or the Democratic Party. What do you think it is that gives them such a fully formed hatred of America and a plan to want to bring it down? Well, in many of these people's minds, they think they're actually bringing about a good, right? Because evil doesn't always come in this form of violence where it's easy to name it's easy to see, right? A lot of times it comes. It looks 99% good and it's just that 1% that twists on the truth that is actually the evil part. And in the end, it doesn't matter. So if you look at Anthony Fauci, if you look at cloud Schwab, Bill Gates, for instance, perhaps they truly believe that what they're doing with this great reset. What they have in mind for the new America is something that will actually be good in the end. But that doesn't take away from the fact that when you're dealing with the seizure of God given liberties, that that is an evil to those who live in America and are born, you know, into a country where individual rights are supposed to be cherished and upheld. So evil comes in many forms, but I just think that the left saw at this particular time in American history that all the ducks were in a row. We have a feckless president in The White House who's able to be influenced and steamrolled over pretty much everything that should stand for America. And more importantly, we have a nation that has turned away from God.

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"the washington times" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:58 min | 6 months ago

"the washington times" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"As promised, we have the author of a new book called lockdown, the socialist plan to take away your freedom. What? I don't know anything about that. Unfortunately, I know all about it. Cheryl, chumlee is the author. She's the online opinion editor at the Washington times. Sheryl chumlee, welcome. Thank you so much for having me, Eric. It's great to be with you. And congratulations on the book. This is very important stuff, unfortunately, I'm tracking with you. When the title of the book is locked down socialist plan to take away your freedom, yeah, a lot of us see this happening, but we don't write books about it and you did. So tell us what led you to write a book about this depressing but important subject. It is depressing. Well, for over two years at the Washington times, I wrote commentaries critical of the government's overreach and response to the coronavirus. In fact, as early as April 2020, I wrote a piece that was entitled. The coronavirus will go down in history as the biggest political hoax. And at the time, I was attacked by both sides of the political aisle, but you can see how the left now two years later has taken the coronavirus and exploited Americans fears to steal pretty much all our civil liberties, including the right to gather and worship freely with the closing of the churches. And so I write about that some of the behind doors discussions that maybe were under reported or unreported, that the left used to justify the clamp downs and more importantly, I look forward to where this is all going to lead if Americans think there is going to be a return to pre-pandemic norms. They need to think again because the left isn't going to let this crisis go.

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Why The Washington Times' Cheryl Chumley Wrote Her New Book 'Lockdown'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:58 min | 6 months ago

Why The Washington Times' Cheryl Chumley Wrote Her New Book 'Lockdown'

"As promised, we have the author of a new book called lockdown, the socialist plan to take away your freedom. What? I don't know anything about that. Unfortunately, I know all about it. Cheryl, chumlee is the author. She's the online opinion editor at the Washington times. Sheryl chumlee, welcome. Thank you so much for having me, Eric. It's great to be with you. And congratulations on the book. This is very important stuff, unfortunately, I'm tracking with you. When the title of the book is locked down socialist plan to take away your freedom, yeah, a lot of us see this happening, but we don't write books about it and you did. So tell us what led you to write a book about this depressing but important subject. It is depressing. Well, for over two years at the Washington times, I wrote commentaries critical of the government's overreach and response to the coronavirus. In fact, as early as April 2020, I wrote a piece that was entitled. The coronavirus will go down in history as the biggest political hoax. And at the time, I was attacked by both sides of the political aisle, but you can see how the left now two years later has taken the coronavirus and exploited Americans fears to steal pretty much all our civil liberties, including the right to gather and worship freely with the closing of the churches. And so I write about that some of the behind doors discussions that maybe were under reported or unreported, that the left used to justify the clamp downs and more importantly, I look forward to where this is all going to lead if Americans think there is going to be a return to pre-pandemic norms. They need to think again because the left isn't going to let this crisis go.

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A Free Press Under Assault: Attempts to Silence Newsmax, OANN

Mark Levin

01:20 min | 9 months ago

A Free Press Under Assault: Attempts to Silence Newsmax, OANN

"Over at newsmax excuse me over at the news busters our buddy Jeffrey lord of free press under assault attempts to silence newsmax and this is how they operate This is how they work You saw what happened in Canada You saw what happened in big media during the course of our election You saw what Zuckerberg did You saw this guy Elias did You see what the media do And you're not allowed to talk about any of them And it's written speech at cpac former president Trump felt compelled to speak up for one America news Why The Associated Press has headlined this DirecTV drops Trump friendly one America news DirecTV says it plants to drop the right wing TV channel one America news network and then there's the targeting of newsmax another pro Trump conservative TV outlet Atlantic broadband now called breeze line has recently announced it was dropping newsmax So too did hargray cable and blue ridge this comes on top of the news on this subject back there in the ancient times of 2021 Here's the headline from the Washington times Congressional Democrats believe cable providers to drop Fox newsmax and OAN and you might recall we spent a lot of time on this

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Democrats Want a More Lenient Criminal Justice System for Everyone BUT the January 6 Defendants

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:21 min | 1 year ago

Democrats Want a More Lenient Criminal Justice System for Everyone BUT the January 6 Defendants

"Isn't it rich to see the same Democrats who want criminal justice overhauls and a more lenient penal system? You know, allowing the smash and grab looters to not be, you know, to go free if they get caught because they didn't steal more than $950 worth of merchandise. People assaulting people in the streets, people burning down the Fox News, all American Christmas tree, guy got right out, no bail. Those same Democrats are adopting a tough on crime attitude. When it comes to those charged in connection with the January 6th riot at the U.S. capitol, Carrie Pickett over at the Washington times points that out. A number of the lawmakers who were at the forefront of the left's effort to make over the criminal justice system. Insist that the Trump supporters who stormed the capitol must suffer the consequences of their actions. Of all people, ayanna Pressley, that screwball, the Massachusetts Democrat, and a member of Congress is far left squad, she said they need to be held accountable. There have to be consequences for the role they

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Pretty Much All of Journalism Now Leans Left, Studies Shows

The Larry Elder Show

02:09 min | 1 year ago

Pretty Much All of Journalism Now Leans Left, Studies Shows

"The media overwhelmingly left wing, I've seen studies showing self described liberals or Democrats outnumber self described Republicans or conservatives 8 to one, 5 to one, ten to one, depending upon the study. I don't believe The New York Times has a single conservative member of its editorial board. I don't believe the LA times to the single member, whose conservative of their editorial board. A growing number of Americans get their primary source of news from the algorithms that have been formed for them from Facebook or for yugo for Google. Yahoo, all left wing. And Biden has a nerve to complain that he's getting negative coverage. Can you imagine how bad the coverage would be if the coverage were truly fair and balanced? There's a book called left turn. We talked about it a little while ago. By professor from George Mason university named Tim gross close. And came out a few years ago. He looked at the top 20 sources of news, almost all of them were left wing. And based upon a study that was done, if the media were truly fair and balanced. The average state would vote the way Texas vote, which is about 8 to ten points in favor of Republican. There are two major newspapers in Washington D.C. The Washington Post in Washington times. Washington times a much smaller, of course, in The Washington Post, but it's one of the rare cities to have two newspapers one left wing and one right wing that are considered to be major newspapers. And so the people that were subscribing to The Washington Post were given free subscriptions to the Washington times, and the people that were subscribed to the Washington time for giving free subscriptions to The Washington Post. And then they looked at voting in those areas to find out whether that made any difference. And it did, the people that were subscribing to the Washington times a conservative newspaper were now voting slightly more left wing. The people who were only reading The Washington Post would now were getting free copies of the Washington times, voted substantially more conservative, meaning if they only knew what was going on, they might very well change

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Cheryl K. Chumley: America, Under Joe Biden, Won't Survive the Next Three Years

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:20 min | 1 year ago

Cheryl K. Chumley: America, Under Joe Biden, Won't Survive the Next Three Years

"I saw a headline that America can not survive another three years of Joe Biden. And I wonder how many Americans feel that way. I know it's easy to go down that path. I believe strongly will survive it. There's going to be there's damage that's being done. We're paying a heavy price for we're paying a terrible price in this country. Cheryl chumlee wrote an editorial over at the Washington times that says the next presidential election isn't until 2024. The next president won't take the inaugural oath until 2025, that's a long time for the current White House to run its unconstitutional course. She says, America under Joe Biden won't survive the next three years. Is that hyperbole, or do you think she means that literally? She says by the time 2024 rolls around, this country will be so different from what the founding fathers envisioned. From what the framers of the constitution gifted that even the proverbial point of no return will be a distant memory, God given rights, what are

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New Survey Says Millennials Are Adopting Marxist Views

Mark Levin

01:12 min | 1 year ago

New Survey Says Millennials Are Adopting Marxist Views

"One one American Marxism Which had been number one on The New York Times Best Seller list for ten weeks in a row remains on The New York Times Best Seller list Number three last week Number three this week So that's three months Three months That's you That's people who are interested parents Taxpayers People from all walks of life And so this drew my attention and the Washington times by Sean salalah it's called U.S. adults increasingly accept Marxist views polls shows A millennials are especially likely to espouse Marx's views on private property and race The survey shows the U.S. adults especially millennials increasingly endorse Marxist views such as the rejection of private property and traditional morality Even though they don't adopt Marxism as a label Now this goes to the core of what I keep talking about We must stop calling people progressives Or socialists This is about Marxism ladies and

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'Deceiving the Sky' Author Bill Gertz Explains How China Views the USA

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:10 min | 1 year ago

'Deceiving the Sky' Author Bill Gertz Explains How China Views the USA

"He's the national security correspondent for the washington times a good friend of the show author of deceiving the sky inside communist china's dry for global supremacy bill. Welcome to one on one. Hi sebastian great to be on the show. Thank you for joining us bill. Follow this gentleman. Bill gertz g. rtz on twitter question to quote wasn't trotsky who said olenin trust. You said you may not be interested in war but war is interested in you. That china is not our enemy. What does china think of america. Bill this is an amazing disclosure by the chairman. The chinese view the united states as their main enemy vanquished in fact within the chinese strategy which is encapsulated in something called xi jinping china dream china will achieve global supremacy at the expense of the united states. In other words. China's dream can't be reached until the united states is diminished and ultimately

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"the washington times" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"the washington times" Discussed on 600 WREC

"If he had his paperwork on hand, which you know was dangerous to travel with the Taliban checkpoints. It's not clear to me that at the airport he was able to say, Hey, here's who I am, right? It sounded like they were just flooded with with, um, you know, People trying to get on planes. I should say. I mean, the state Department did, uh, begin an operation. You know, uh, weeks before the Taliban took control for Um you know those further along and that s I B process right? So they did begin evacuating the those that had received what they call Chief of Mission approval. They began evacuating them to, uh, you know, third countries and to the U. S to finish up their processing and into eventually let them resettle. Unfortunately, this gentleman was not. You know that far along in his in his paperwork, And so he just didn't make that cut off. But as far as who they let on? I had heard that from from other individuals, actually, you know, That word within the U. S. Who Had previously served with the U. The U. S Military U S government during the war and they were, you know, they expressed the same concern that you know their families were not being evacuated. And so It's unclear exactly. You know, it would be difficult for anybody to be able to parse that many people and, you know, select, you know those, uh, to go on the plane and not going to plan We're speaking with Joe Clark, reporter on Capitol Hill for The Washington Times, his pieces called trapped in Afghanistan. Those left behind grapple with unresponsive us and dimming hope of escape, and he profiled an interpreter who has tried three times. To leave the airport in Kabul, unsuccessfully. Alright, so his home is destroyed the shelter he was staying. Got too dangerous for him. What does he do now? How does how does he feed his family? Where does he sleep? Yes. So he stayed in Kabul for a couple. You know, a week and a half for a couple weeks after the withdrawal completed, Kabul was more expensive city than where he was from. So eventually he just had to leave. Leave with his family..

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"the washington times" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

The Larry Elder Show

07:07 min | 1 year ago

"the washington times" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

"Great again on. The larry elder show biden is at home singing right now. He doesn't want to set the world on fire but he's done that. He hasn't ended a war by any stretch of the imagination first off. I don't know how you can say an american that you've ended the war when you've abandon americans behind enemy lines when you've abandon your allies behind enemy lines So i'm not even going to let them claim that the guys the blamer in chief Just a total and utter disgrace. Also i do want to clarify two separate. Mom's one of the mothers Kathy column the mother of riley mccollum with suspended from twitter and facebook. I don't know the status on that if she's still suspended if that was temporary however this suspension from from shayna chapelle. She's the mother of karena ku. Who was twenty who was also killed in kabul her. Her account apparently was restored on instagram temporarily removed but restored on instagram. So i wanna make that clarification okay. So let's let's transition here. I wanna talk about this natural immunity here because obviously the world is still going crazy with this and by the way please please please please say a prayer and or Help the people out. Anyway you can any organization you can for the people that are struggling with the aftermath of hurricane ida It's a miserable miserable place to be and when When you lose all your your your your power When there's when you can't get water when food even at grocery stores are gonna be just You can't refrigerate It's just a horrible place to be so please keep the people people louisiana And wherever the storm has hit and done damage just keep them in your prayers and if you can find a legitimate and a worthwhile organization to donate to to help them out. I would encourage you to five ten bucks fifty bucks. Whatever you can't afford do it This is what americans do we gather around each other. We help each other when we're in need it doesn't matter. It's democrat republican. None of that stuff matters. We're americans i And so help them out. Okay this from the daily caller natural immunity is really better This is a new study. that's fueling the debate between the vaccination versus natural immunity. You want to call into the show to the a relief factor dot com studio. The number to do so is triple eight. Nine seven one seven two four three triple eight nine seven one seven two four three a new study at the power kobe. Nineteen natural immunity versus the protection provided by vaccine By vaccines has ignited further debate among scientists on how to assess the risks from the virus. So this was an observational study. This was done of more than seven. Hundred thousand israelis It hasn't been peer reviewed But they compare three groups. Okay so here. Are the groups those who hadn't been infected and receive two doses of the pfizer vaccine. So again those who hadn't been infected and receive two doses of the pfizer vaccine those who had been infected and we're completely unvaccinated. I'd fall into that category and then three individuals who were previously infected And received one dose of the vaccine. The researchers found that uninfected vaccine recipients. Were thirteen times more likely to experience a breakthrough infection than those who were previously infected It's a textbook example of how natural immunity is really better than vaccination this according to charlotte Tallinn a physician and immune immune. I can't even say it. Immunology researcher at dand dirt hospital and the karolinska institute in stockholm sweden She told this to Science magazine she says to my knowledge is the first time this has really been shown in the context of kobe. Nineteen prior research has indicated that natural immunity. Kobe nineteen is strong but no research has Definitively shown that it is more protective than getting vaccinated up to this point so the increased protection found in the study extended beyond reinfection As natural immunity was also found to lead to fewer symptomatic cases as well as hospitalizations the researchers also concluded that individuals who received one dose of pfizer vaccine In addition to recovering from previous infection at the highest level of protection of the three groups in this. Listen it and this study again. They say it's you know it's not peer reviewed but this is this is common sense. Y natural immunity is not involved in the conversation. When it comes to the wuhan virus just tells you that this is political and you listen. I'm not telling people to go out and get sick. I'm not telling people you know. Screw the vaccine. I'm not taking the back seen. Will i take the vaccine in the future. I don't know. I'll wait and see what what the future holds But but i really like to know You know what's going to happen with people down the line a year or two or three down the line. I want to see what happens. There's some people that might be. Maybe you're morbidly obese. Maybe maybe you have diabetes. Maybe you know maybe there's some people that it may be good for but if you're healthy if your younger certainly if you're a child or teenager eighteen or under i just don't see the use of these vaccines that makes no sense to me. When the survivability rate is ninety nine point nine over ninety nine point nine five percents. I mean it's ridiculous. The mortality rate is so low. It's you know. Listen i know when people hear this the first thing they think about. Especially if you're a nurse or a doctor you're sitting in these hospitals and and and you're you're seeing things from the micro level because you you're in the war zone and i and i completely get that but i think problem that a lot of medical people have is they extrapolate what's happening What's happening in the hospital. They hear everything on cnn. Msnbc twitter and all these people that are trying to get ratings by constantly bombarding us with this wuhan a virus news on hand virus in and i think even doctors and nurses fall for this stuff and i get it..

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CNN Fires Three Employees Who Came to Office Unvaccinated

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:06 min | 1 year ago

CNN Fires Three Employees Who Came to Office Unvaccinated

"Chris cuomo is he reporting much on his brother because they were. That was the lead story every night during the during the pandemic right. The cuomo brothers routine christian andrew every night on cnn and yet it was revealed that cnn president. Jeff zucker confirmed the firing of chevrolet employees who entered the office at cnn without being vaccinated zucker. According to the new york times sent out a memo that said in the past week we have been made aware of three employees who were coming to the office unvaccinated. all three have been terminated. Let me be clear. We have zero tolerance policy on this. You need to be vaccinated. Come into the office. You need to be vaccinated to work in the field with other employees regardless of whether you enter an office or not period. According to the washington times several major companies have recently begun requiring workers to be vaccinated against cove in

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"the washington times" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"the washington times" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Kill that person. That cop's name would be all over the media. LeBron would be doxing him tweeting him saying all kinds of things. You're absolutely right. Um Hurricane Tropical Storm Elsa, now moving out of Florida. And this is interesting because Wal Mart stores near Tampa are reporting shortages of two things. Beer and pop tarts. Linda Dillman, She's a former chief information officer for WalMart. She did an interview with The Washington Times. And said Strawberry Pop tarts increase in sale seven times over but their normal rate is ahead of a hurricane and the pre hurricane top selling item is always beer. From WalMart because people have like hurricane shut in parties down in Florida. Yeah, it's not bad enough to have to evacuate. But it is bad enough to where they're going to lose power and or, you know, need some dry goods in terms of food that you don't need a refrigerator for soap in honor of Pop tarts being a big seller down in Florida sold out ahead of the hurricane. We give you the butter on a pop tart song. Have you ever put butter on a pop tart? You so freaking good. Have you ever got butter on a pop? Todd? If you haven't then I think you should I was sitting in the kitchen one day and I was itching to feel out my belly with the piping hot jelly at the best damn trade in the world. He's talking pop time and I saw a stick of butter. Read it almost made me shudder and scream like a baby girl. Don't want a giant Penis or a rocket trip to Venus. I don't want to win the lottery. I.

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"the washington times" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"the washington times" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"And the jobs report has a lot to do. Don't you think with the fact that you know, we we are literally paying people more to be out of work, then we then we paid some of these people when they were actually working. There's there's not a lot of reason to go back to work this plenty in certain sectors. Certainly in the hospitality sector, there are there are tons of jobs, but nobody's taking them because they're making more on unemployment. Hey, if people consider around and smoke pot and play video games And get not only their unemployment 60% of whatever they used to make. Plus, they're going to get an extra 3 to $600.1 point. It was an extra $600 a week that they were throwing at these people. You know what is sensitive is there to work? I thought that was a mistake under Trump. I think it's a mistake under Biden. Do that. I mean, I think we need to be, you know, putting people I think I think honestly, I I don't believe in this whole, you know, there's jobs that just Americans won't do certain jobs. You know what you do? You tell him. Listen, we're not gonna pay you unless you go out there and you pick fruit or you go out there and you maintain, you know something You could clean the municipality or do whatever it takes, you know, but you have to do something to continue getting taxpayer money. I mean, I don't think it's fair, you know, and then listen to the tax situation in America is about to get a lot worse. They are going to use and I've spoken to my accountants and they've spoken to, you know, uh, dear old within the industry. They're gonna use reconciliation again this year. They're going to use it in the fall, and they're gonna ram through. Ah, package of tax increases to pay for Biden's in everything is infrastructure now, apparently. So they're going to get the biggest pork barrel spending infrastructure bill you've ever seen in your life. They're going to put that together. Then they're going to read corporate taxes. They're going to raise taxes on individuals. It's going to be very ugly. You're going to see the largest stock selloff you've ever seen in your life in the full mark my words because people who make money off of passive income That they've been making money off of either qualified dividends or they've been making money off a capital gains. They're going to start taxing all of that as regular income, and people were going to say, You know what? It's not worth it anymore. Let me just sell off all my stuff. You need to see a big, huge, disgusting, scary, monumental, earthshaking crash of the economy. You're going to see that this fall mark my words. You heard it here from the conservative recon. You got it. Thank you. Who will appreciate your time Best. The wishes and Bulgaria take care, and we'll talk again. That is Julio Rivera. He's editorial director for Reactionary Times feature columnist in The Washington Times, Toronto's son Epic times, Newsmax, the American finger and PJ Media. Back with more in a moment. Jimmy Bird Show am 9 50 kprc. Finding great candidates, the higher Converium like well, trying to find a needle in a haystack. Sure you can post your job to some job board..

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"the washington times" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"the washington times" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"And it was before even I mean, do you remember back in the O adonai when they were placing returning veterans and tea partiers on terror watch lists. In fact, I have all the receipts in the newsletter. If you would like to see this is why you need to subscribe to it. Janet Napolitano. Was. This is ah, piece that is 2000 and nine. Washington Times. Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said Wednesday that she was briefed before the release of a controversial intelligent assessment and she stands by the report, which lists returning veterans among terror risks to the United States. Mm hmm. Remember when they put tea partiers on the list? I do. I remember. I had the receipts for that as well. I also remember the M I. C report from Missouri was the Missouri Highway Patrol. Jay Nixon signed it. Have that linked to because I wrote about that. It was the report. Where Libertarians Ron Paul voters. This is in a way all these people were placed on this watch list. That's when they had the gods and flag all kinds of stuff on it. So this has been this is kind of you know what? This is The problem with the rhetoric. Democrats rhetoric. Has made it a big problem. Because now you have people who describe if you're wearing a red hat. You're a terrorist. I mean, it's and it's also really troubling to see this from the same officials who mostly ignore the violent riots from Antifa, and some of these black lives matter groups. So this is this is a big problem. And I'm kind of shocked to see any Republican making it easier. For People who have made it very clear that they have no qualms whatsoever about weaponizing government agencies to go after law abiding people. Now, Rubio says he wants to protect due process and Second Amendment rights of innocent law abiding citizens. You don't sacrifice one constitutional right to protect another. Like I said there is a way to bar terrorists from buying firearms while protecting due process and Second Amendment rights, and it's called bringing charges. Inclusion on the list is an evidence, especially by the way when the very things that define inclusion have proven to be arbitrary and many times politically motivated. If the left was actually in any way serious about terrorism, they would have never have sought to diminish it. By using it to describe everyone who disagrees with them. If the issue is serious enough to start stripping away people's rights and it sure as hell serious enough to demand charges in a conviction. No. This this idea that you're protecting due process and Second Amendment rights? No, you're demanding that law abiding Americans surrender them. All rights aren't forfeit if the state can't make its case. Now. He describes The sights. The pulse nightclub quick note on this because I wrote about this. He omits Senator Rubio when he's outlining his motivation for this bill that Omar Mateen himself was repeatedly investigated by the FBI for months leading up to the massacre. Hey, was under FBI surveillance the same the same FBI surveillance that missed the fast and furious Garland terrorist? Remember? Garland, Texas When that I have got a gun from fast and furious. Try to shoot up a bunch of people. Hey, they missed when we Chou Virginia Tech. Jared Lochner Dylann roof, the Tsarnaevs..

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"the washington times" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

07:47 min | 2 years ago

"the washington times" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"This is lawmakers try to dig into that firms role. Into the tumultuous trading of stocks like game stock and other companies and today's winner storm, delaying a vote on the president's nominee for homeland security. Originally set for the Senate this evening. The vote for Alejandro, My Orcas will take place tomorrow We'll have it live on C SPAN two and former President Donald Trump has been to new attorneys to head up his impeachment defense, the head of next week's Senate trial. This follows the weekend departure of five members of this defense team. We'll talk today. Boyer of The Washington Times in just The moment but now back to the Senate floor in earlier today, Senator Patrick Leahy reflecting on the uprising that took place a couple of weeks ago on January 6th ah mob that stormed the U. S Capitol, leaving debris and five people dead and also leaves behind tightened security across Capitol Hill into this evening, more from the Senate floor with Pat Leahy of Vermont, the president first came to this capital when I was a teenager with my parents come down from from Huh? Remember looking around of walking through it thinking what a privilege. It was just to walk here And then during my years at Georgetown Law School come here often, uh, just to see it just to watch it to walk up the mall. Look at the Capitol Say that's democracy. I never thought I would I work here, but I have now for a number of years, But I thought of the assault Madam President On the end of the farmer to the United States Capitol Mere weeks ago, I said that was the attack of the bedrock of our democratic institutions right here in the central around democracy, the toll that this insurrection is taking Yeah, and we'll take on our great nation will be felt for so long. In addition to the physical damage done, there's a human told this attack has taken on the lives lost injuries suffered by somebody brave officers of the Capitol Police was both in this chamber in the House chamber during the time this attack voted This morning I recorded some of the lingering physical damage is building and several photographs I've made but the attack also of the things you can't photograph the unseen scars in the capital community. The staff members capital employees work every day that help make our capital during functions is needs to function. Most members of Congress Throughout the world by this attack is checking all of us Shad program of Fox News has written an essay captured this heavy toll on the people work of the capital. I was so moved when I read his essay that will ask you damage consent would be printed in the records. All senators consider that objection. With more on impeachment. We're joined on the phone with Big Boyer. He covers the White House for the Washington Times. And let me begin with the weekend developments exactly what happened? He's the president ditched his team of attorneys over the weekend team that he had just hired about a few days earlier about a week earlier, and, um, there was, they said it was a mutual parting of the ways there was an obvious disagreement about the strategy to be used in the upcoming impeachment trial. Um, uh, There are reports that the president wanted to emphasize again that the election was stolen from him. Whether or not that was a deal breaker for the five lawyers. We don't really know, but they're not talking. But they were out as of Saturday night, and so with regard to the strategy eight days to go, what does the former president intend to accomplish? What's his goal? It's a really good question. And you know, with with 45 Republican senators already committing to not convicting the president in this try, Elif. It seems like You know, legal real representation isn't going to be the determining factor here. Hey, he's going, You know, facing this trial starting on on February 9th and who will just have to see what strategy is new team of lawyers trots out there the people that he announced Sunday night that will be leading his new team. Are very comfortable on television and enjoy being on TV. So that may have something to do with it. What can you tell us about these new lawyers? What's their background? What did they bring to the trial? Well, they have a lot of experience in handling high profile cases. First Castor eyes a Republican from the Philadelphia suburbs. He was the district attorney in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, for two terms and then went on to be a county commissioner of that county. Um and he's been involved in some very well known cases he he was originally presented with the decision whether or not to prosecute the case. Indian Bill Cosby for sexual offenses about 15 20 years ago and decided not at that time. I decided at that time not to prosecute Bill Cosby. The other lawyer, David chain, is from Alabama. He's mainly a criminal defense lawyer also very, very good on TV and Of why not sure if these two lawyers I've ever worked together before, but they're going to be certainly in the middle of one of the biggest cases of their careers. And, as you know, in the first impeachment trial of President Trump, and before that, with former President Bill Clinton, these trials could end up lasting weeks. So we've been hearing that this trial will last only a couple of days. Is that what you're hearing? That's right. It does seem like it's going to be a much shorter trial this time around. We're not sure if there will be any witnesses. It zines doubtful that former president Trump himself would appear as a private citizen in this trial on the Senate floor. Um, And like I said, you know, we already know that at least 45 Republican senators are not inclined to convict the president or prevent him from holding office again. So it seems like the verdict is already cast Hear more details available tonight at Washington Times. Calm day Boyer, who covers the White House. Thanks as always, for being with us. Thanks Be on Wall Street today that Dow Rebounding, gaining nearly 230 points, the NASDAQ rose 332 points and the S and P was up 59. Meanwhile, the nation's unemployment rate will not return to its pre pandemic levels through the rest of this decade. That's the latest projection from the Congressional Budget Office. It potentially means millions of Americans could be out of work even after the vaccine is widely distributed..

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"the washington times" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"the washington times" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"This is from The New York Times there had like Biden sets up 10 Day blitz of executive orders. I'm hoping that this is going to make it completely clear. This is a slow process of us learning as a nation that these executive orders air, not the way to go. I mean, they're being living growing with presidents going back to Will you go away back and go back to Clinton? You can go back to, But so Obama did a lot. I got a pen and a phone. Then Trump did it, Altun and now Biden just going to immediately wipe out the one Trump wiped out the ones Obama did bite is gonna wipe out the ones Trump did And hopefully while gonna learn is the nation Hey, let's take the time. Let's do the footwork to get something through the Legislature signed in the law that can't be overturned. The second, You lose an election, right? It's no way to run a country to have who's ever president just change all the rules. I heard Charles Lane Ping, writer for The Washington Times, talking over the weekend, and he said, quite eloquently every Executive order. Is witness to the failings of Congress. Absolutely the moral lessons. That's what he said Absolutely right. These Vega's good sounding laws and then just let the executive branch in these giant agencies decide what the laws mean. You just make whatever laws and rules you need just to just we don't want to worry about it. We don't want to be on the record is advocating one thing or another, and we We can't be troubled to actually write laws that govern the government department becomes this self governing beast. So many examples. Immigration's one of the great ones, so rather than them want to take a vote on any of it or lose their great issue that they can fundraise on. They let who's ever president at the time, just make immigration policy and that president gets to make that immigration policy to the day they're not president than the next person makes different immigration policy rather than Congress getting their act together, and actually, you know, solidifying something in law. It's very frustrated, right, right and actually that the immigration was the one that Charles Lane was talking about, he said. It's a perfect example. They have no interest in solving this because they fundraiser on it. They get to the polls on it. They yell about? It's a problem that must be solved in the last thing they want to do is solve it. I do want to talk about the ice cream eating contest we had in our house over the weekend, Maybe one of our worst parenting moments. Ever. Good thing about who decides to have an ice cream who decides to have a who can eat the most ice cream contest? Oh, it sounds ill advised to me, but who am I to judge? Um, I suppose one headline we gotta hit you with this. I'm looking at the headline in the Babylon Be before we get to that we will go through the plea promised Biden flurry of his executive orders in a few minutes. There's quite a few and it's interesting. What a crazy way to run a country though. You get a new president in everything changes immediately because they wipe out the last president's executive orders because Congress didn't do anything, meaning laws change all the laws immediately. One person Great way to do it anyway. You know the Babylon bees fake right? Okay, It's parody. It's real parity after capital riot.

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"the washington times" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"the washington times" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The answer. With more journalists. I'm in his little finger than CNN has on its entire network. So Bastian Gorka, That's very kind. Very kind of you. Did you see that report The day after the assault, the Breach of Congress by the New York Post Is Larissa Low in a very short piece to known and tea for members posed as pro trump to infiltrate capital? At least two known and TIFA members was spotted among the throngs of pro trump protesters at the capital on Wednesday, a law enforcement source told the post. The anti fur members disguised themselves with pro trump clothing to join in the D C writing, said the sources who spotted the infiltrators while monitoring video coverage from the capital. The infiltrators were recognized true due to their participation in New York City demonstrations by anti fur And were believed to have joined in the rioting so that Trump would get blamed. The source said to other protesters were actually Philadelphia based and TIFA members. The Washington Times reported Wednesday night, citing a retired military officer with access to facial recognition software. Now that's pretty slim. Okay, that's that's like a very short report from the New York Post in the Washington Times, but our colleague Katie Pavlich Sterling work at town hall dot com. Eric, We gotta post this guys if you want to read this that's posted on our Twitter feeds our Facebook pages..

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"the washington times" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"the washington times" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Facts. The one thing that we cannot deny is that this now is the story. On a day where the discussion and the passion and the debate and the real story was supposed to be what has gone wrong. With the election process and the voting process in many states in this country. And how in many states of this country, the election process specifically for the electoral college members of those states who would vote for president. Were was was was circumventing the constitutional norms and what had been laid out in the statutes of those states on how an election is supposed to be run. That should have been the topic of the day. And it ended up not being they got ended up completely overlooked. In fact, we've now reached the point where if you cared about those issues if you were passionate about those issues if you communicated information about those issues and facts on the ground and reported the story, as it was developing You're now susceptible for being canceled for being silenced for being removed from the Senate. We're hearing from some voices. Because you are partly responsible for inciting the events that happened on Wednesday, and that's what we're dealing with. I got people tweeting at me and sending emails at me yesterday. Yesterday they were saying, Why aren't you reporting the story? That facial recognition experts have identified some of the people as Antifa leaders. And the response was because that story hasn't proven to be true. That's why I'm not reporting it. And Rush just talked about the fact that he had to during his show yesterday. He had to come back about half an hour later and said, Oh, wait a minute. This story doesn't appear to be true. When I look at the news report, First of all, I consider the source and I love the Washington Times. I used to work for The Washington Times. And I've got great friends of The Washington Times when I read a story and the facts of the story are based on unquoted anonymous sources. I take a minute my weight. Wait. I don't need to be first on a story. I need to be right on a story. And so for everybody who said to me yesterday, why aren't you talking about the facial recognition software that found the anti for people in the Capitol Building? The answer is because I wanted to make sure it was right. And it wasn't Like I said, and you know is going to join us coming up in a bit and give us his expertise on antifreeze involvement. Whatever it was. I think there was some involvement. I think the evidence shows that there was some involvement. In fact, one person who was arrested absolutely isn't antifa member. But they're not the only ones that were in there. And we can't overlook that. We've got to lead with facts and then we can reach our conclusions. But in a moment I want to I want to draw more on this. This new move to silence us to silence you. Because, remember, this was never about Donald Trump. It never has been about Donald Trump. This is about you the hatred? Yes, There's a lot for Donald Trump of the hatred is for you for voting for him. And not only do they want to pay you back. They don't want to ever hear from you again. That's not going to happen. Can't happen. To keep it here. I've got more to say about this. Larry Kinder show 4 16 female traffic.

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01:59 min | 2 years ago

"the washington times" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Headline from The Washington Times that that used to be owned by the Moonies or something. Tim Anderson still still It's not now, right? I don't know I kind of seventies or something. It was owned by the Moonies. But it doesn't really matter this from there. This is just reporting on a Gallup poll. Half of Americans now want to live in small town or rural setting. That's not hard to understand. I think most of us just want to get away from other people because other people appear to be crazy to us. I mean, who wants everything seems to be if you live in a in a city used to want to live in a city. It's there's a lot going on. It's there's more fun. You probably lived through. Your first heart attack is in the hospital right around the corner. I'd love to go live up in the country, but I'm 56. I'm up in the mountains. Thank you. Okay, There's a guarantee you could die of your first heart. Having heard of American six days. Yeah. Somebody ought to go up there. Oh, check on and more to see if he needs any provisions. Get off my property. Yeah, but I think that people are just well, You know what we saw? Go down. You know, capital is just one part of it. The other part of it is You know any time a jury comes back with a verdict that people don't like, If you're what I gotta deal with, you know, barricading myself in for two days. I mean, that's what's behind this. Is behind. This is people for the most part. It's just would like to live their lives and not be put on the spot to constantly be political revolutionaries and declare themselves about everything all the time, and they just want to live their lives. But I would say if you're younger, go ahead and do it if you're older. You know, you better get those paddles. Those heart attack paddles. Because if you're living up in the mountains out the middle of nowhere, you're probably gonna die from your first heart attack. I think most people do anyway. But you know, we have the hope that perhaps we could get to The hospital in time. Let's do this. What's.

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KSFO-AM

05:48 min | 2 years ago

"the washington times" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"It's through cooking earlier this month, a crushing blow to the president's legal fight? The Supreme Court rejected a case filed by the state of Texas against four battleground states, alleging they unlawfully changed mail in voting requirements. It was then that Republicans like Senator John Cornyn, So the writing on the wall it looks like the runway is is very short for the Trump campaign, and I think it's looking increasingly like Joe Biden will be inaugurated as the next president on January 20. Days later, the Electoral College validated Joe Biden's victory voting in his favor 306 to 2 32. He urged the country to move forward. Integrity of our elections remains intact. And now it's time to turn the page as you've done throughout our history. Those electoral votes will be officially tallied by Congress next month, but it's full steam ahead in the transition to the presidency. I'm Clayton level. And to join us on our year in review program tonight, Do we have people we have come to know and trust over the years? Jed Babbin, former deputy undersecretary of defense, and the Bush 41 administration, bestselling author, columnist for the American Spectator and The Washington Times, and thanks for being with us, Jed Always a pleasure. And Blanquita Collum veteran award winning radio and television radio broadcaster, former governor of the U. S Broadcasting Board of Governors and the person behind the hard question. Radio program. Blanquita. Hi Well, hi, Jimbo. And high Jet. Good. Have you guys aboard? You know, my mother once threatened to slap me in the next year, And throughout this year, I've wondered if the offer was still on the table. But But I guess we've made it almost all the way through. So we'll start with this election tonight. Technically speaking, there are still a few arrows in the trump quiver, although they are admittedly don't seem like a mighty arsenal. But I gather there will still be efforts made. On January 6 to challenge the electoral college vote count, Jed Well, yeah, I guess they're still going to be some gnashing of teeth and some whining crying. But look, the fat lady has sung and whether we like it or not, Joe Biden's our next president, and, you know, let's just deal with it at this point, And I think Mr Trump is Would be well advised to just sit back now and and let things happen. Blood key to your thoughts about the persistent rumor mill that Donald Trump may try for another bid and 2024 become if he were successful. The only president besides Grover Cleveland, who ever served two nonconsecutive terms. I think that'd be easy for him to do. But I think that the answer is still have to be resolved on what happened on the election out. Look, we just have experienced what they're calling the cyber Pearl Harbor hacking into almost over 15 agencies. More than that, and the federal government very secure. Hacking and pretty sophisticated, so, no, we We are afraid to question that Maybe the machines were tampered with. And you know, you have people pretty much patting you on the head to pulling and saying, Oh, you don't want to ask those questions. And how dare you want to look at these things and all those screwy right wingers? You know what it's in the benefit of the American people, regardless of who ends up being the president. Whether it's Joe Biden or Donald Trump. These questions must be resolved or else you're going to have four years of a lot of people. Millions of people Feeling that they were cheated because people didn't want to have the integrity to go the extra mile to get the answer. And Jed Certainly there are two major questions that have to be asked about the charges of vote fraud, of which there have been huge numbers. Tons of anecdotal evidence. One is, Is it there? And can you aside to chapter and verse that is to say? Can people be found charged, prosecuted and incarcerated because of it, And the second one, of course, is. Can you find enough fraud that you could have overturned the results on the second part? I think that's that's pretty dicey. On the first part, I would be shocked if you didn't find people out there who should be behind bars. Well, I'm sure and I'm sure there was a considerable amount of voter fraud. There probably were ah lot of mail in ballots that were not valid. But on the other hand, we've gone what, six weeks now since the election There have been many, many lawsuits trying to allege these things, and at some point you just have to say they don't have the proof. They had to have the evidence to really overturn any sort of election and they just don't And you know, as much as I wanted, Mr Trump to become president, I think all of these people now who are saying Well, you know, we're still going to be doubts. Yeah, okay. There may still be doubts. But the fact of the matter is the election was won by Joe Biden. I don't like it. A lot of people don't like it, but the fact remains, he won and we just have to deal with it. We can't just spend the next four years. Worrying are knuckle rubbing our knuckles about you know whether we should have one or which boat was stolen. That's over, guys, Let's deal with it. And of course, there's much to deal with. And much of our look back on. 2020 will include a look forward to 2021 22, of course, in the midterms and all the way to a 2024. And beyond, as we speak in this portion of the program with Blanquita Collum. Veteran broadcaster and Jed Babbin, columnist for the American Spectator and The Washington Times. And Of course, we're always interested in your thoughts as well..

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