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"tom hartman" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

06:54 min | 4 months ago

"tom hartman" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Is the Tom Hartman program. Welcome back to the third hour of our program. We've started out talking about how Biden is absolutely a great job he's doing down in Florida, all the details. And how desantis, what hypocrites they are, disadvantage who voted against funding when he was in Congress voted against in 2013 voted against funding for super storm sandy because after all it hit a blue state. But now he's invented me. Also, if America doesn't embrace Franklin Roosevelt's buy American plan, you can count on China basically controlling this century, that was my op-ed today. We got into that in detail in the first hour. And our crazy alert, Tucker Carlson last night saying, you know, it was just like guns, you know, when there's a massacre when there's a slaughter when a bunch of kids are killed by some guy with a gun, that's not the time to talk about gun control. People need to heal, you know? And the same thing here with this, this is not the time to discuss climate change. Right. In our second hour, we got into the question of will Vladimir Putin provoke a nuclear conflict. Some just brilliant reporting by an analysis by Mark Sumner over a daily cose suggesting that Putin will probably use a battlefield nuke if he is now provoked in these four breakaway republics or whatever you want to call them these four annexed republics. And how the United States might respond to that, like taking out the Baltic fleet. So anyway, we talked about that at some length in the second hour, also battened down the hatches evidence that there's a worldwide recession coming and all that. In this third hour, just a couple of quick stories and then to your calls because after all it is anything goes Friday, you can call about anything you want. First of all, Donald Trump corrupted our criminal justice system, our legal system more than I think any of us realize judge loose cannon we her name are actually the name is Eileen. But she has once again interceded on behalf of Donald Trump, you know, the special master judge Jerry said, oh, you're saying that the FBI planted that stuff in Mar-a-Lago, which documents are you alleging in the FBI planted? Well, she comes in and she says, no, judge Derek, you don't have the authority to say that. I'm in charge here. Trump can say that. All he wants on television, he doesn't have to back it up in court. The question in my mind is who she answering to. Who is funding this judge? Who paid for her political career? How did she get where she is? I mean, we're seeing this now in the Supreme Court. And this, again, you know, more corruption in the federal judiciary, Amy Coney Barrett's husband, Jesse, is taking advantage. He's a lawyer also, taking advantage of his wife's position on the court, monetizing it. But she not only withholds her husband's clients from her from her judicial disclosures. And presumably, the fact that her father worked for Chevron for decades, I believe it was Chevron. It might have been shell. One of the big oil companies. But she also redacted the name of south bank legal itself, you know, who her husband's working with. Then he got Jenny Thomas, clarence Thomas lied for years about the hundreds of thousands of dollars that she was getting from the heritage foundation and other right wing groups. And now we're discovering that chief justice John Roberts wife, Jane Roberts, she gets almost no attention, but she's in a head hunting firm, and she can make up as much as a half a million bucks for hiring a superstar lawyer as a commission. She gets a percentage of their first year salary. And she's there because she's the wife of the chief justice. This is pretty grim stuff. And this is how incredibly corrupt the court has become. There's a great story about it over at Politico dot com, by the way. Just to quote from it, former religious right leader rob schenck has said the organization he led for more than 20 years, faith and action engaged in an elaborate scheme to play on the justices financial insecurities by recruiting wealthy couples to wine and dine the court's most conservative members. The couples were chosen for their support for the religious right political agenda and coached in advance in ways to make the justices feel more secure in their support of a so called faith based legal agenda. Shank said the overtures to some of the justices in the first two decades of the century included not only highly expensive meals and club visits, but invitations to the justices to use classification properties. None of which appear to have been reported on their disclosure forms. We know Sam Alito did this has done this. We know that. What's his name? The justice that Dick Cheney shot in the face, Scalia, Anthony Scalia did this. He and Thomas used to go to these events that were put on by the Coke network and other right-wing billionaires all the time get wined and dined in private jet flown around and of course Scalia was at one of these private deals when he was when he died when he had his architect. Now we're not allowed to know any of that. There is a judicial federal quote of judicial conduct, the Supreme Court has exempted itself from it. And there are no courts, no cameras in the Supreme Court, because again, they've exempted themselves in that kind of transparency. This court is corrupt. As is, in my opinion, judge cannon. And frankly, I think this is something that the United States needs to deal with. We need to get to the bottom of. One other quick story I wanted to share with you. Chuck Schumer is now outpacing Joe Manchin in taking money from the folks. The mountain valley pipeline. This is very unfortunate. Generally speaking, Chuck Schumer is a good guy who's gotten a lot of good stuff done. And I realize, you know, he's the head Democrat in the Senate, and therefore he needs a lot of cash, but taking $283,000 from next era. This is the consortium of polluters backing the mountain valley pipeline. Not a good look, chuck. Reconsider. And our geeky science for the day, and then I'll pick up your phone calls. Ten health benefits of cardamom. Now, back in the 80s, when Louise and I were spending a lot of time in the Middle East, you know, we'd get Turkish coffee, particularly in Jerusalem and Egypt in the old city and some of these parts of the Middle East kids would travel go around the city with little trays and offer you a little cups of and it's basically coffee with cardamom. Cardamom is this very fragrant little seed spice made out

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"tom hartman" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

07:01 min | 4 months ago

"tom hartman" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Listening. It really means a lot to us. Welcome back, 34 minutes past the hour here on the Tom Hartman program, the place where despair is not an option. 45 days to the election, have you checked your voter registration? Do so today, David, in Phoenix, Arizona, David, what's on your mind today? Hey, Tom, yeah. Yesterday you talked about the private school expansion. My son, adley, and I call it over a hundred signatures to repeal the voucher expansion here in Arizona. Once we're going to ballot, it'll pass in 2018. We passed a rough round to stop the expansion of charter schools and now a bunch of the representatives in the House in all Republican representatives and they only have a majority of one, by the way. I've ordered to take a $1 billion out of our public schools and give it private individuals who already afford to take their children to private school. It's like $10,000 per child, you know. Yeah. It's a little bit harder this time to do it because there's some people are looking at this money and it's pretty hard to resist. Yeah, this is the 70 year conservative war on unionized and a racially integrated public education. It started in 1954 with the Brown versus board of education, lawsuit, which caused numerous southern states to shut down their public school systems, some for a few weeks. One of them for a whole year, I believe that was what was a prince George's county, Maryland. I could be wrong, but in any case, and then David Coke got in the act in 1980 saying that, wow, these state schools, they indoctrinate children in this should not be a proper function of government to run the schools. And so we just need to end all public education in the United States. And words to that effect. And you know, they haven't stopped. Betsy devos. I mean, you got a bunch of right wing billionaires. Bill Gates got in on this act sometime back. Promoting charter schools. Bill Clinton was promoting charter schools. It's just so wrong. It is part of the whole neoliberal agenda. The government should not be doing things for people. People need to pull themselves up by their own damn bootstraps. And which is wrong. There are things that are part of the commons that are the appropriate function of government that benefit all the people and public education. And in my opinion, public education, including college, is one of them. Well, David good luck with that. I wish you the very best with your petition drive and keep us up to date on it, okay? Okay, sure. Thank you, Tom. Thank you. Yeah, thank you. Norma, and Montgomery at the Illinois. Alabama. He normally what's on your mind today? Hi Tom. Well, I got the cap on the coconut milk this time before you pick me up. Okay. Look, this Federal Reserve interest rate. This is what the 5th one so far and suppose we were going to get two more. So I was looking at the Federal Reserve pulling it up to see who actually sits on the board. Why do they get a 14 year term, which is three and a half presidential terms. And is this for stability or is this for control? No, the idea was to insulate them from political influence. Yes. But when you go and you look at who they are and where they're from and their education, I start to wonder, some of them are Democrats and some of them are Republicans. But when you keep raising the interest rates and feel like when Walmart started taking off, they were given employees Walmart cards. And so people would charging their groceries. Because they didn't really make any money, particularly here in Montgomery, Alabama. And so people who have been charging their food for years are now going to be paying what? 26% interest on their credit card on their food. Right. Yeah, I think the legal cap is 29 or maybe even 30%. I'm pretty sure it's 29%. Well, when that credit card bill went through, they tried to pass it the first time, it had a cap on interest rates. But then the Senate refused to pass it. I can't remember if it was under Bush or Clinton. And then they came back and they got it passed. And without the cap and without anything limiting fees, but the only thing that the credit card thing actually did was that if your Bill is due on Saturday or Sunday, you're not late if you pay it on Monday. And that was the only thing they managed to get passed. But people who are living off a credit cards are never, ever going to get out of debt now. That's right. And there's no way they can replace a vehicle, and there's no way they can save enough money to make a down payment on a house that what is it 20% now? And they're going to get deeper and deeper in debt as the interest rates go up and is the ability to get credit. Do you declines? And as their rent goes up, which is which we're seeing as a result of private equity, foreign investors and now this new company that Jeff Bezos is a big investor in where they're just buying up private homes like Willy nilly with cash pricing local people out of a purchasing market. And then flipping those private homes into rental properties. There must be 30 of them in this neighborhood that I know off. And that's just what happened. Wow. Yes. And they're all rental houses, which used to be described at homes. But this interest rate does not really slow inflation down because the corporations are still raising prices and as long as they continue to raise prices. And people are paying high interest rates. You're going to have more people winding up homeless because they have no choice. They can't pay the rent or the mortgage. They go into foreclosure bankruptcy. And then their credit is gone. And they can't even find a place to live. Right, and then they're almost. Normally you've identified the problem correctly. Here is here is how this plays out is that as people become more and more impoverished, the well, here's the theory. The fed raises interest rates. And by doing that, they slow down corporate expansion, and they tighten the reins on corporations. So corporations pull back on hiring so they fire more people. So you got more unemployed people. Plus the cause to buy in a house, buying a car or buying anything if you're living in credit cards goes up.

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"tom hartman" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

05:28 min | 6 months ago

"tom hartman" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Sunlight, the fate of the world and what we can do before it's too late by Tom Hartman in bookstores everywhere. Change starts with you. You can be calling your democratic or Republican representatives to let them know what you think by calling two O two two two four 31 21. The capital switchboard, it'll get you right through to him. Carol from Seattle, your turn. Hey, hello, Jefferson. See ya. Hi. Hey, I've got some good music on kbs. Landing one three, Bellevue community college has a protest music show. I think it's an 11 p.m. that wasn't what I called about, but that could help with the hot democracy. Some are nice. And by the way, shout out to kbs. A treasure of a radio station. No. Such a story that I love how they started to sit in. Oh, great. Okay, so I kind of feel like what we need is if we're going to present a problem of any sort, we should also have an action or solution that people can do so that we're not feeling left feeling like, oh great, there's all these problems and there's nothing we can do, right? And I know we do that here, but there's so many people that don't even know political science or civics, so it's like, I feel like we got to make it simple and fun. And moms rising dot org is a good one, very positive action group. So I like them. But we also probably need an app just to tell us what to do daily because we just got done supporting progressive candidates all over this. Country. So we treat it like a chess game, or the most important sport you'll ever play. And is there an app you use or are you suggesting that there should be one? Right, I feel like, you know, like, and make it progressive, but you know, if you can't get a nice strong progressive, then you're going to get the next best one, and they'll filter up and we don't have to listen about Henry cuellar or we don't have to lose the Jessica, you know, in Texas. Carol, I think you're brilliant. First of all, the first thing I'm going to say. I think you're brilliant. Thank you for calling. And the and I don't want to hand wave and say, you know, overstate the case. The right app is going to save everything. But I think Carol is really onto something. Because you had, even if you had a thousand, 10,000, a 100,000 people who downloaded this thing, were willing to do one thing a week. And if you could trust the curators of what was on there and say, hey, here are the highest leverage things to do. And a handful of categories, like for instance. If you knew that Jeff golden in southern Oregon was one of probably the 8 most targeted state Senate races in the country. State Senate races. It stays at a race. They don't make it on this show typically. And I know that race because I happen to live in Oregon and because he's been the main champion. The one champion of the Oregon center for campaign finance reform. It's an issue I care about and work on. And that's why I know about it, but if you listen to a progressive popular progressive podcast, they do a good job of getting to several contested congressional races. Rarely get. There's something like legislative raised much less. Somebody was trying to turn a county council in some purple or red county. But if you did Carol's idea, and we had an app and say, hey, here's and some algorithm or human body group of people making a decision on here ten things that are at least in the top tier of the most valuable ways you can engage this week. And if you had a group of some number or a thousands of people who could be willing to be a part of that, if you gamified a little bit, made it kind of fun, built a little community. You'd really be honest something. If there is a coder, if there's any software engineer listening. DM me on Twitter or reach out to the show. I'm Jefferson D Smith at Jefferson D Smith on Twitter. I'm working with folks. I've plugged it before because we're trying to we're trying to give $10 one set one time. It's a $1000 benefits. We're basically giving away $9990. Tablets to anybody who qualifies is about 40% of the American population to get to get free energy. Basically try to shrink the digital divide. I know people in telecom and we might even be able to get devices applied. And we might be able to find some of the resource. If there's anybody who liked Carol's idea as much as Carol and I do. And I know this is wacky to respond in this way. But it's anything goes Friday. And it's hot democracy summer. We could make a hydroxy summer app. We call it whatever we want. If there is any software engineer, hit me in the DM, slide into my, I think that means something different. Ping me on the DMs. If you so choose or reach out to the show, 'cause I'm genuinely interested. It's hard about your summers,

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"tom hartman" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:45 min | 7 months ago

"tom hartman" Discussed on WCPT 820

"People who live in luxury and hate the poor. That's the definition of wickedness in the Bible about those because they just hate the foreign needs. I'm with you. I'm not sure I'd call them sodomized, but I get the biblical context, James, as opposed to the contemporary kind of slur context. But in any case, thank you for the call. We'll be right back. It's 27 minutes past the earth. Your listening to the Tom Hartman program called two O two 8 O 8 99 25. It's anything goes Friday. Picking up your calls on the other side of this breaker. Julian weeknight, 6 to 8 p.m. for the devil's advocates radio show right here on WCT 8 20 a.m., Chicago's progressive talk. Question, when you're doing a Google search DM or swiping a dating app, have you ever worried you'd wind up murdered? Yeah, you may want to reconsider. I'm Patricia brown, but you can call me patches. While many online encounters lead to exciting new relationships, some become devastating dates with death. The droplets of blood, the width of the vehicle was left. By doing what's called a ping, you can locate the last time that cell phone data was accessed. I met my murderer online is the only true crime podcast to tell the tragic tales of how the Internet can lead the unsuspecting into deadly encounters I just cut a young woman in the 14 pieces, but that was absolutely no sleep for me that night. If you are a fan of true crime, then you have

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"tom hartman" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:40 min | 11 months ago

"tom hartman" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Also I had worked prior in the civilian and I joined the post office at 25 And when I got out at 55 I worked in this civilian job where I was paying into social security And being considered a double dipper whatever I'm eligible I lose 45% of whatever I was eligible Even though I paid into it Right Yeah it's a bizarre law that I think social security when it started out didn't cover everybody like it does now And they expanded it multiple times And particularly in the 40s and 50s And some of those expansions of social security you had the people who hate social security most of the Republicans saying But wait a minute you know you're going to be getting extra bonuses to people who also have pensions that have been funded by federal dollars like federal workers So you got to take it away from them And so those really compromises that were necessary in order to keep social security funded And so that's what's going on So Ken I got to run but I'm with you I don't think that you should be punished for that You know if somebody has a private sector pension it doesn't reduce their social security And I think the cap needs to be eliminated We'll be back You're listening to the Tom Hartman program called two O two 8 O 8 99 25 We'll be right back with your calls on anything goes Friday right after this Children.

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"tom hartman" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:30 min | 11 months ago

"tom hartman" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Married but his mom his 80 something year old mom he said it was a family tradition They go through every 64 and they list them one to zero One to the bottom So you don't just vote for the top three You can vote for all 64 of them He just ranked them the way that you like them Exactly Oracle It's called voting above the line which means that as I did because I just was kind of overwhelmed and a bit of a Newbie And I voted all green Okay so they're not going to get into the major places that they're going to have an influence That's amazing That's so people need to lay off you And understand that we don't have that system that the U.S. that's right That's right We're stuck with the two party system here sadly And it's going to take Okay well thanks Thanks a lot Katie It's great to hear from you for a moment Yeah thank you from the West Coast of Australia Thank you so much We'll be right back It's 18 minutes past the hour This is the Tom Hartman It's anything goes forward What's on your mind Back with your calls right after this I hope you're enjoying this replay of the Tom Hartman program Make sure you listen live weekdays 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. central right here on W CPT 8 20 where facts matter.

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"tom hartman" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"tom hartman" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Look at her Kim Yes go ahead Now Tom Hartman corrected that by showing that if gore had the entire state of Florida recounted he would have won by any recount method Yes And yes Yes So yes there was cheating on top of it We're just saying that had there not been Nader voters Correct Challenge didn't have been that close You were Bernie voter in 2016 in the 2016 primary Let's go on record as saying Carlos rocky was a Bernie voter The whole point of it is not to insult Bernie voters the whole this is why most of us are so pissed off at Putin because he attacked our country And he stole the Putin puppet just like he attacked Ukraine and installed a Putin puppet What exactly what he's trying to do again with exactly the same guy Paul Manafort So the point was to get enough Bernie voters to either stay home vote for Jill Stein or vote for Trump which they did They accomplished that in the three swing states that Hillary lost by a sliver So it is provably true Yeah gore would have never had to maid said move if those people don't vote third party after a primary It does you're doing nothing But it was acer Right It was a massive targeted Russian misinformation campaign with help from Paul Manafort sharing the actual polling data from those three actual swing states with the Russians Okay as I always say it could not be a bigger dumber more obvious movie plot right It's not hard to follow And we overthrew our Putin puppet 81 million of us in 2020 And so it's just as I keep saying Carlos it's all one story And the media doesn't cover it enough that way right All the way through the Ukraine impeachment It's all connected obviously As Marjorie as Marge Gunderson would say I mean Christ do a lot check So we're not tick I'll do a log check march It's all connected Jerry led and guard here all the malfeasance it is No no no No I sent those votes No no I did I voted after the primary Yeah I voted Did you vote third party Jerry Well no I was going to vote but I like I said I voted and there's my record and you can check that out.

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"tom hartman" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"tom hartman" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Tom Hartman what is the positive message that Republicans are bringing Americans this year McConnell replied Republicans should be a 100% focused on Democrats and all the terrible things they're doing to this country And then when he was pressed well I want you to tell us at least what you're going to do and McConnell's said words to the effect of Well when we get power again we'll let you know Right The Tom Hartman radio program weekdays 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on 8 20 where facts matter This is a team veteran minute When Pearl Harbor was attacked men of all races across the country volunteered to join the fight Despite the United States Army being heavily segregated Black and listes were mostly assigned to combat support roles But this didn't stop lieutenant colonel Paul L Bates who knew of the racism and pushed his soldiers to achieve excellence The 761st tank battalion was formed in the spring of 1942 It contained 30 black officers 6 white officers and 676 enlisted men The unit down in the nickname the black Panthers wearing patches on their uniforms of the panther on it and the slogan come out fighting And in 1944 the 761st was assigned to general George Patton's third army in France General Patton gave a colorful speech to his crew and the black Panthers came the first African American tank squad in World War II And by the end of the war the black Panthers had fought further east and every other United States unit receiving 391 decorations for their heroism Morning.

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"tom hartman" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"tom hartman" Discussed on WCPT 820

"On the Tom Hartman program And Jake and Elizabeth Pennsylvania Jake what's on your mind today What you want Just me Jake I guess Jake is not listening to his phone Doug and Bellevue Washington hey Doug what's on your mind today I read an article by Jane Mayer in The New Yorker on Virginia Thomas And I got to say I was outraged I try to keep up on things but I had no idea how long and how pervasive the influence has been And I'm just curious The democracy why do we allow this to go on What is John Roberts allow his court's name to be to support that kind of activity I'll take the answer offline but either talk me down or tell me what to do Now Doug I'm with you I have been ranting about this for over a decade I wrote about this in my book about two years ago I published the hit in history The Supreme Court the betrayal of America Jenny Thomas has been used to be an employee of the heritage foundation She's hooked up with a bunch of other organizations She's made hundreds of thousands of dollars as an advocate for issues that her husband rules on If he were a judge on any other federal court he would have been barred disbarred kicked off impeached imprisoned I mean you know this is a clear violation of the federal code of judicial ethics At the very least And yet the Supreme Court has put itself above the law And said it doesn't apply to us And so and most recently of course she was organizing buses for Donald Trump's attack on the capitol on January 6th Apparently I haven't read Jane Mayer's BC yet but I'm assuming that that's probably where it starts Yeah no I was looking at why clarence Thomas ruled the way he did on really seeing The White House information came across this article Yeah he was the one vote No don't release the information because his wife was right in the middle of it I made that point a couple days ago in the air So what is the averages can do about this Well the average citizen has what we need is to push this to make it a political issue so that Congress can get involved Congress has the power to quite easily actually with a very simple law to simply say that the code of federal federal code and judicial ethics applies to the Supreme Court as well as to all other courts Article three section two of the constitution clearly says Congress has the power to regulate the courts including the Supreme Court And this would be a regulation of the court It's not difficult It's not rocket science It should have been done three decades ago Yeah and the other two branches should weigh in on this right Well this Congress would be one of those two branches Yes and they would pass that law and then it would be signed by the executive branch by the president And it would affect the third branch the judiciary And I've not ill like I said I have not yet read Jane Mayer's piece on some things I just kind of push off to the weekend when I'm going to have the time because it's a longer piece But I'm looking forward to it And thanks for horrifying So write my conscription There you go I will call him Yeah Raise hell with your elected officials That's the answer to this Doug thank you very much for the call Donna in.

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"tom hartman" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"tom hartman" Discussed on WCPT 820

"That such a thinker has focused on the most critical of all issues facing our species is encouraging Because the last hours of ancient sunlight is a seminal work offering a viewpoint original yet ancient I see our situation today in a new light and because of the scope and depth of this work I find it inspiring as well as disturbing I rather exhausted superlative and praise of Tom Hardman's book the profits way which ironically called the most important book I've ever read But now I find the sequel calling for equal praise since the issue here addresses the whole of our species and indeed all species The last hours of ancient sunlight the fate of the world and what we can do before it's too late by Tom Hartman in bookstores everywhere Miss my opening rant today it's usually published over Hartman report dot com where you can read it and share it with your friends for free Check it out Hardman report dot com So there are actually some substantial differences between the Taliban the Afghanistan Taliban the group that has the Donald Trump signed what his Secretary of State and excuse me his defense secretary and his national security adviser referred to as surrender documents to back in early 2020 there's a difference between the Taliban and ISIS or even Kay ISIS which is how they're identifying the ISIS group that has emerged in Afghanistan The main difference is that the talibans ambitions are largely confined to Afghanistan They want to be a regional force They were the government of Afghanistan before.

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"tom hartman" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

07:05 min | 1 year ago

"tom hartman" Discussed on WCPT 820

"The Tom Hartman app and you can even tell your smart speaker to listen to the Tom Harvard program Hey welcome back Our third topic for the second hour here Trump officials this is from raw story This is their headline by Tom boggiani Trump officials hired under suspicious circumstances still hold key positions in Merrick Garland's Department of Justice This is interesting We've speculated about this I've speculated about this on the air Many of you have called in and wondered about this out loud Now apparently we know This is from the revolving door project to gain combination with the American prospect the publication Two officials who were inserted into the Department of Justice during Trump's administration quote under suspicious circumstances still hold key positions under Merrick Garland The first is a guy named Alexander Haas He is the current director of the DoJ's civil division's federal programs branch And the second is a guy named Curtis ganon who is currently serving in the career position of deputy solicitor general Haas was initially hired as a U.S. attorney the DoJ and then was suddenly promoted Bring him in and then bush him up to the top And he spearheaded cases near and dear to the Trump administration's heart including defending the Trump administration in a case challenging the federal government's refusal to allow his 17 year old ice detainee access to an abortion In 2020 Haas defended the Trump administration's efforts to truncate the census He also put his name to a Justice Department complaint against Melania Trump's former adviser Stephanie Winston wolkoff for publishing her tell all memoir As to gan on the other person he has led the legal at the office of legal counsel where he defended Trump's refugee ban Then he moved over to the solicitor general's office where he argued that before the Supreme Court the Nestlé can't be held liable for relying on child slavery And then again before the Supreme Court he argued that Puerto Ricans can be denied social security benefits which by the way is a position that Joe Biden opposes What are these people mister Haas And Where did my names go again here Mister Hoss mister ganna what the hell are they doing in the Department of Justice What is going on with this This is not good stuff Dave and Federer Washington hey Dave what's on your mind today Hey not too much Tom I just want to respectfully disagree with you a little bit on this liberal renaissance I agree with the regime philosophy that you talked about And also there was a guy who did not want to insult Trump voters He wanted to be very respectful But what he said was Trump voters love the America that they recognize And he left it at that Right which is white people saying that they want white America Yes We know that that's the principal animating force behind Trump voters right now There's been multiple studies on this It was also apparently the principal animating vote behind the January 6th attack Race Yes Yes but they are very passionate And they love that America that they recognize And here's a problem So do you talk a little bit about it with Judd legum So do the CEOs of America And it's not like you remember the days of Vanderbilt and Rockefeller and all those industrialists of industrialized America And there was a store about Vanderbilt went down to a mine in Disney Arizona And he said strike busters from New York to disappear a bunch of them Well that's horrible right Of course that's horrible But at the end of the day Vanderbilt was of his age He was an American He had no choice These CEOs now they seem much more benevolent but I caution you Tom they are not They are not motivated by money I agree And I think that when they the Supreme Court adopted the whole citizens united position that any billionaire or any corporation can bribe any politician under pretty much any circumstances and also can rig things like statewide referendums When that happened it was an open invitation to sociopaths to get an a politics And that's now the Republican Party Whether they're going to prevail Dave I think is still an open debate But thanks for raising the question Tim and a lower 8 ten what's on your mind Put things in perspective because I've been watching your show this morning There's a million topics you can talk about but you key element of the headlines of the news right now are all these tornadoes I went through the Midwest which is global warming Well yeah that's the point I'm coming to What they should be doing and get together some middle aged voters and now those areas and the first question they should ask them is are you a registered Republican and did you vote for Trump He said yes I'd say what's surrounding is exactly what you're voting for because they've been doing that for generations and putting it in historical context You can play some of the words from Carter back in the year A lot of people understand they passed a $1.7 billion cleanup fund when he was president which did some good and then of course he put solar panels on The White House which was the first thing Reagan took down when he got into office So where do you think we'd be if we pursued the Carter ideology for the last 50 years Do you think we did a little better position right I think we'd be in a hell of a lot better position Leading the world And by the way when Jimmy Carter was saying all that stuff we made all those things in America a 100% of them Right Exactly We could have started from scratch and the world would be a definitely a better place It's scary But that's the Republican ideology And that's what they view the gods good and gay routine as this is prevalent And you have a bunch of people who don't understand what things in historical context and where are you going to end up where we are now I am with you Tim Tim thank you Thank you very much for the call Sean if you can turn on the 360 I'll just play that Jimmy Carter clip for anybody who didn't know doesn't know what we were talking about First of all this I've got this marked here is Carter and bush and let me see what this is I don't think that George W. Bush won the election In 2000 I guess our goal because I think he probably lost four and also that nationwide Interesting That's from an interview that I did with Jimmy Carter But anyhow here's this energy clip This is from his speech in 19 78 as I recall Might have been 1979 but it was a Jimmy Carter The energy crisis.

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WCPT 820

09:07 min | 1 year ago

"tom hartman" Discussed on WCPT 820

"This is the Tom Hardman program Whatever it may be for you it is anything goes Friday here in the Tom Hartman program In our second hour congressman ro Khanna will be joining us for the hour of taking your calls in a national progressive town hall meeting is the vice chair of the congressional progressive caucus But outside of that it's just you and me Taking your calls for the day I do have a couple of stories that I think are worth flagging for your attention and a short rant to share with you before I pick up your phone calls Things I'm going to get into in the third hour of our program I want to dig into this whole thing Did you know that there's a thousand nurses on striking West Virginia And it's not it has nothing to do with COVID It's about Bill back better They want Joe Biden's bill to pass We'll get to that in the third hour Trying to send a message to Joe Manchin In our second hour I want to well our second hour is going to be entirely congressman rogue Connor taking your calls for the hour So if you have specific questions for him you know hold your calls for 60 minutes And in the first hour I want to get into this question is a time for Joe Biden to restore Jackie Kennedy's rose garden I actually have a take on that And I think it's going to be a whole lot more in depth than you think His hate and violence becoming normal in America get into that in just a second But I want to start with my rant today from Hartman report dot com which is a titled is QAnon a tragedy a danger or a terrorist group And if you've had an experience a QAnon experience in your family I'd be fascinated to hear about it I was significant number of these followers according to a report on NBC News This was a bed Collins on Rachel maddow's show night before last as I recall saying that basically the end point of QAnon the end of times prophecy that they're leading toward is that Donald Trump will arise again literally And become president of the United States And then we'll send the police forces of the country out to arrest Democrats and there will be mass executions and orgies of killing of Democrats and particularly high profile and elected Democrats and presumably people like me And already one believer has murdered two of his children within the QAnon saying that he had to save humanity from them because they had lizard DNA Now this isn't really quite as weird as it sounds a religious cult having N times prophecies associated with them I refer you to the book of revelation for all of Christianity This isn't fairly familiar trope There's a similar version of that in Islam There's a similar version of it in mormonism You know the white horse prophecy You've got evangelical Christians who have for years made it a crusade to convert Jews in Israel because they believe that in the end times where there's a 144,000 Jews who believe in Jesus and all the other Jews and Israel are dead Then Jesus will return This is in my opinion misreading of revelation but nonetheless they're all over it I mean just Google it There's a thousand websites devoted to it And that's of course why the Republican white evangelicals are so big on supporting Israel It's kind of a dog whistle to the crazies there Jim Jones and David koresh were big proponents of this Adolf Hitler said in defending myself against the Jews I am acting for the lord the difference between the church and me is I have finished in the job Right You know there are similar death cult movements within Sunni Islam Most famously wahhabism we saw the effects of a sect within wahhabism on 9 11 when we were attacked by bin Laden and his wahhabist buddies You know on 9 11 the World Trade Center The genocide of the Muslim Rohingya in Myanmar Was ginned up on Facebook but the rationale was they are Muslims and we members of formerly Burma Now Myanmar we are all Buddhists And Buddhism is usually the most peaceful religion but you know hey they're on the role Law is back it over at The Guardian put together a long list of arrests and threats and violence and things committed by or in the name of QAnon I won't go through the whole list here on the air but you can see it Both at The Guardian and Tom Harmon are excuse me harbin report dot com And all apparently in the name of QAnon and that doesn't even include the guy who shot up the pizza parlor in D.C. or the fellow who blew himself up at the AT&T building to stop the lizard people So why is this happening Well one theory is that basically it's the tribe of the mentally ill finding each other quickly and easily because of social media I think that's a little too glib although you do have the QAnon shaman and on January 6th there's claiming mental illness The majority 68% of the open QAnon followers the rest of the capitol on January 6th have documented mental health concerns according to court records and other public sources end quote those psychological issues include post traumatic stress disorder paranoid schizophrenia bipolar disorder and Munchausen syndrome by proxy It's pretty amazing But again I don't think that's really what's going on I don't think it's I don't think everybody in QAnon is mentally ill Any more than every Christian who believes that Jesus walked on water as mentally ill Another theory is that QAnon is meeting some sort of deep social or psychological need for people who feel marginalized and that maybe the lockdowns during the COVID pandemic made it even worse That actually makes some sense to me Another theory is that what we're looking at is the power of Facebook's algorithm and their new system of groups which pushes people deeper and deeper and deeper into crazy quite rapidly You'll recall last summer we had white people in small towns from literally from klamath falls Oregon to Florida Who were showing up one particular weekend with axe hand with axes and shovels and shotguns and any kind of weapon they could find to stop the buses full of black people that antifa was sending with money from George Soros And nobody knows where these messages came from They were propagated across Facebook in small town Facebook sites all over the country and literally thousands of white Americans showed up with weapons to take on these black people That didn't exist Was this a foreign government testing our ability to or their ability to send us into crazy town Or was this a QAnon early try Nobody knows Facebook a week ago two weeks ago actually announced that they were banning QAnon but we saw how well that worked when they banned the Trump ease and the anti vax people I'm not optimistic The FBI is designated QAnon as a terrorist group or a terrorist threat But our domestic terrorism laws are really weak and frankly I want them that way Domestic terrorism laws are what are being used by right wing governments in Hungary and Turkey in Russia right now to go after protesters and progressives And you can just imagine you a Josh hawley administration coming after me and you You've got deprogramming an old friend of mine used to work with Ted Patrick that he programmer back in the 70s and 80s Is that going to make a comeback I mean what do you do if there's a QAnon member in your family It seems like if you just reject them that just drives them deeper into the cult But how do you break them out of it Is it possible that QAnon is going to go the way of the 7th day at Venice or the Salvation army or the Mormons or the Jehovah's Witnesses and go from being basically an end days doomsday called into a modern mainstream religion A little eccentric but modern mainstream allergic religion Or is it going to evolve more and more in the direction of becoming a political hate group Like the Klan You know nobody knows Or you know is it going to become a terrorist group A domestic terrorism group full blown You know freedom of religion is one of America's top values and.

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01:46 min | 1 year ago

"tom hartman" Discussed on WCPT 820

"This is the Tom Hartman program Hi And welcome to the undead version of the Tom Hartman program Today we're going to discuss the plight of zombies around the world But before we do let me introduce my first guest the legendary author and YouTube sensation Tom Hartman Thank you Thank you Joyce Our in-house zombie shows up this morning Those of you who have talked to Joyce on the phone now you know what she looks like Pretty much every day No I'm sorry That was a Joyce came in dressed as a zombie For those of you listening on radio and it's a good one Okay it's anything that goes Friday TGIF Shabbat shalom Jim I'm about it Happy Friday We will be talking about a couple of things today but mostly it's just you and me all day whatever you'd like to talk about two O two 8 O 8 9 9 25 is our telephone number I want to get into the insidious cancer at the core of democracy that could take down Joe Biden Billionaire and billionaires in their companies now own politicians and the Supreme Court set it all up with their poisonous citizens united decision We'll get into that in a minute Also how many more people need to die so the Murdochs can make another billion We'll get into that in our second hour And in our third hour why is our why is our food safety program failing Does America care anymore Or is this just another symptom of what happens when basically big companies and billionaires own politicians Why isn't Congress doing something about it To start the insidious canvas is the title of my op-ed today at Harvard report dot com Expose.

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02:12 min | 1 year ago

"tom hartman" Discussed on WCPT 820

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"tom hartman" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"tom hartman" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Is The Tom Hartman program. Welcome back to third hour, but I think it was Friday, picking up your calls in just a second here. But first, apparently, there's like You know, no bottom for Greg Abbott, the governor of Texas. He is like so committed to proving to the United States that Texas is going to be a model of what America would be if Donald Trump was president again, or if Greg Abbott was president or other Santas or what? It was good buddies. They passed this law that he just signed into place that a federal judge has just restrained. It says that, uh, he just signed into law today. Apparently, Texas Governor Governor Greg Abbott signed a law bill that prohibits large social media companies from banning users over their political opinions. Ellen words. Uh, Bill. You got Nazis on Twitter. You gotta have you gotta leave them there. If you have seriously you got, you know, the Klan is now on Facebook. They've got an official presence. That's what Greg dab it wants. Apparently. He also And by the way, it's got its own vigilante piece to it. It allows individual users to sue the big tech companies if they get the platform. Gee, who could that apply to Donald Trump? This law also restricts email service providers from interfering with the sending or receiving of emails based on their content. So the porn spammers Cranking up to send their their and and all the other spammers out. There are clubs. Hey, how about this, and we can even target Children. Steve Dull. Bianco, who is the president of the Trade Association for the tech industry, is called Net choice. He said This bill abandons conservative values violates the First Amendment and forces websites to host obscene, anti Semitic racist. Hateful and otherwise awful content. He said. Moderation of user post is critical to keeping the Internet safe for Texas families. But this bill would put the Texas government in charge of the content policies. The founder and chief executive of the Chamber of Progress, which is a trade group, Another trade group that represents tech companies. Adam Covid shuts Cova, which said that this HB 20 is what it's called this new law. We'll put more hate speech more scams. More terrorist content and more misinformation online. Just what America needs right? What is it with these guys? You know, it's it's just astonishing. Anyone. John and San Francisco. Hey, John. What's up? I, Tom. Thanks for taking my call. Sure. Uh, yeah, I am. I have a suggestion for Joe Biden, um, can reduce some of his strain on his, uh Account when he called presidency. He needs to activate a stronger face on the attorney general's office and appoint someone Who's a little meaner, A little harsher more. Um, uh, you know, Pump has has a strong front to someone like Cedric Richmond, Not him per se, but someone like him or Russ Feingold, who really knows where all the bodies were buried back in the day. He needs a stronger face on that, and then they need to lock up Trump. I've been calling you for four years about this, and it's like it's fallen off the radar two months ago, and no one's talking about putting him in behind bars. Locking up a former president is I mean, literally something that has never been done in America. Something that most countries don't do and that when countries start doing it, we start thinking of them as problematic. Um, so you've got to build an absolutely airtight case that has It is clearly understood by the majority of people and with which the majority of people agree, and that's not something you can do overnight, John I understand, But we've had what? Eight months now, Um uh, months is not long for prosecutor to build a major in complex case. I think New York State and New York City, and I think maybe the IRS Are going to be going after trump in a really big way. Personally, they just got calamari. His his, uh, former bodyguard became his chief financial officer. They just got his son to testify before a grand jury. They gave him immunity. And what we heard afterwards from the lawyer was that he testified truthfully and fully, which should just Shiver the entire trump crime family. I think I think there's something coming, but I want them to do it, right. You know, John, I understand, you know, and and share. You know, I've I've criticized Merrick Garland for being a little kind of soft or or or to judicial and not not sufficiently prosecutorial. The attorney general is the chief law enforcement officer of the United States, not a judge on the Supreme Court. And you know there is a difference there. On the other hand, you don't want your Department of justice to be viewed as a partisan actor. And so you know, I think taking this step by step doing it methodically. The other good news that I just read this morning. Is that one of the recent? Um I don't recall if it was an indictment or if it was a you know the preliminary process leading up to an indictment of some of the people involved with the with the January 6th event. Uh, they were using the word the legal documents coming out of the government and forgive me for not having all this right in front of me. But the legal phrase was seditious conspiracy. And of course, I've been saying for some time now that this sedition law in fact, keep it right here on my desk. I can quote from a U S. 18. U S code 23 84 if two or more persons in any state or territory or any place subject to the jurisdiction of the United States conspired to overthrow put down or destroyed by force the government United states or to levy war against them or to a opposed By force the authority thereof or by force to prevent, hinder or delay the execution of any law of the United States or by force to seize taker possess any property..

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"tom hartman" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"tom hartman" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Is the Tom Hartman program. So as Republicans all across the country now they're starting redistricting, right? Even more Jury Mandarin coming Down the road. And you know this this whole idea that Democrats shouldn't be allowed to vote. It's just like just has become the animating force in the Republican Party. And some folks are doing something about it. Thank God Joe Madison, and I'll be sure and a bunch of other folks Al Sharpton, Martin Luther King Jr the third and others are marching tomorrow on Washington, D C for voting rights. And our old buddy Joe Joe Madison, the Black Eagle He's right here on Sirius XM Channel 1 26 6 to 10 A.m. every morning. Civil rights. Human rights activist Joe Madison dot com is his website. You can tweet him at Madison. Sirius. XM Joe. Welcome back. Tell us about tomorrow. Well, tomorrow is if you will be a day. Where can you can you hear me? Tom? Just fine, Joe. Yeah. Okay. I'm sorry will be a day. Which we will be actually gathering at 8 30 McPherson Square in Washington. The scene which is adjacent to the Black lives matter, Plaza downtown. And then, uh, striking out to start walking immediately. From there about Oh, I think 10 o'clock 13th, no 10 o'clock. Uh, to the White House. And in front of the White House, then straight up, Uh, the street to Pennsylvania Avenue. Uh, to the In front of the capital will be at a at a venue in front of the capital, not in front of the Lincoln Memorial, and I want to emphasize that Because usually these demonstrations have always been in front of the Lincoln Memorial. There's a reason.

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Radio Free Nashville

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"tom hartman" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Is the Tom Hartman program for the Tolerable club. Today we're reading from biased, uncovering the hidden prejudice the shapes What we see. Think and do By Jennifer Ehle Eberhard, PhD. This is from the introduction. She starts out by talking about how she's giving a talk to a group of police officers and chiefs of police about bias. And they're all sitting in stone face cold, you know, kind of glaring at her. And she continues. Eventually I stopped with lessons and the data graphs and the images and the jokes and the movie clips, none of which were working. She was getting no response from the audience. And, she says, I decided to veer off my usual script and share a personal story. Explain that some years ago, my son ever and I were on a plane. He was five years old, wide eyed and trying to take it all in. He looked around and saw a black passenger. He said. Hey, that guy looks like Daddy. I looked at the man and truth be told, you did not look anything like Daddy. Not in any way I looked around for anyone else ever. It might be referring to, but there was only one black man on the plane. I couldn't help but be struck by the irony, the race researcher having to explain to her own black child that not all black people look alike. But then I paused and thought about the fact that kids see the world differently from adults. Maybe ever it was seen something that I missed. I decided to take another look. Check the guy's height. No resemblance. There. He was several inches shorter than my husband. I studied his face. There was nothing in his features that look familiar. I looked at his skin color. No similarity there either. Take a look at his hair. This man had dreadlocks flowing down his back and ever its father is bald. Gathered my thoughts and turn to my son prepared to lecture him on the way. I might inform an un observant student in my class, but before I could begin, he looked up at me and said, I hope that man doesn't rob the plane. Maybe I didn't get that right. What did you say? I asked him wishing I had not heard what I had heard, And he said it again as innocently and his sweetly as you can imagine, from a bright eyed boy trying to understand the world. I hope he doesn't rob the plane. Was on the brink of being upset. Why would you say that? I asked his gently is like a zoo. I could you know, Daddy wouldn't rob a plane? Yes, he said. I know. Why did you say that? This time my voice dropped, inactive in turn sharp. Ever looked up at me with a really sad face and said Very solemnly. I don't know why I said that. I don't know why I was thinking that Just telling that story reminded me of how much that moment hurt. I took a deep breath, And when I looked back out of the crowd, the auditorium I saw that the expressions had softened. Their eyes had changed. They were no longer uniformed police officers and I was no longer university researcher. We were parents unable to protect our Children from a world that is often bewildering and frightening. World that influences them so profoundly so insidiously and so unconsciously. A day and we don't know why we think the way we do. With a heavy heart. I continued with my point. We're living with such severe racial stratification that even a five year old Comptel can tell us what's supposed to happen next, even with no malice, even with no hatred. Black Crime Association made its way into the mind of my five year old son into all of our Children. Into all of us. Finished the training and invited the audience to come up to ask questions or share their stories. I've been warned that no one would, but one officer did stay behind in the empty an auditorium as he approached the stage, I stepped down to meet him. Your story about your son on the plane reminded me of an experience I had on the street. It's something I haven't thought about a long time, the officer said. I was out one day working undercover, the officer said, And I saw a guy to distance. He didn't look right. This guy looks similar. Tomo Mi, you know, black, same build same height. This guy had a scruffy beard, unkempt hair, ripped clothes and he looked like he was up to no good. Guy began approaching me. And as he was getting closer, I had a feeling that he had a gun on him. Something's off with this guy. I thought this dude ain't right. So the guy is coming down a hill near the front of a nice office building one of those big office towers and glass walls and is the guy's approaching, I couldn't shake the feeling that he was armed and dangerous. As I got closer to the building. I lost him for a second, I began to feel panicked. Suddenly I see it the guy again, But this time he's inside the office building. I could see the guy clearly through the glass wall. He's walking inside the building in the same direction and at the same pace. I was walking. Something was wrong. When I quickened my pace. I could see him quicken his pace. And finally I decided to stop abruptly turn and confront the guy. He stops to and I look him face to face, the officer said to me, and when I looked in his eyes, a shock went through me. I realized that I was staring at myself. I was the person I feared. Was staring at my own reflection through the mirrored wall that entire time I was tailing myself. I was profiling myself. Stories kept coming at every single session. Someone came up and told me a story stories that enrich my understanding not only a police community relations but also of our human predicament. This book is an exit an examination of implicit bat bias. What it is where it comes from how it affects us and how we can address it. Implicit bias is not a new way of calling someone a racist. In fact, you don't have to be a racist at all to be influenced by it. Implicit bias is a kind of distorting lens..

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