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 Carolina snaps Ducks' 8-game win streak with 2-1 victory

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last week

Carolina snaps Ducks' 8-game win streak with 2-1 victory

"Beating them one twelve ninety seven the other NBA winners with a jazz Grizzlies seventy Sixers anti walls in the NHL the Anaheim ducks in game winning streak was snapped by Carolina two to one the maple Leafs won a match up of teams with four game winning streak two to one over the Rangers Steven Stamkos a shootout goal lifted the lightning to a four three win over the flyers were on a pretty good streak right now so we're just finding ways to win which is nice other NHL victors the flames Panthers penguins or lose wild blues blue jackets and golden knights I'm

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"victor" Discussed on LGBTQ&A

LGBTQ&A

05:44 min | Last week

"victor" Discussed on LGBTQ&A

"This is LGBTQ and a I'm Jeffrey masters and today I'm talking to the actor Victor Garber, who has been in every movie that's ever been good ever. That's legally blond, Titanic, milk, the first wives club. I think we can all agree at this point that the first wise club is just a perfect movie. Victor was also in the TV series alias and the D.C. comic book shows, the flash and legends of tomorrow. And those who played doctor Martin Stein, AKA firestorm, and he's one of the oldest actors to play a superhero on these shows. And so if all of that wasn't enough, Victor Garber has also starred on stage in some of the most significant shows in Broadway history. I'm talking about swe Todd, the assassins, art, noises off. I could go on. And now.

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Point's breakaway OT goal gives Bolts win over Panthers, 3-2

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 weeks ago

Point's breakaway OT goal gives Bolts win over Panthers, 3-2

"The Tampa Bay Lightning defeated their cross state rival Florida Panthers three two in overtime Saturday night in an Atlantic division tilt Pat maroon got the lightning on the board first scoring on the power play Victor Hedman mated to nothing in the second but the Panthers quickly evened the score with two goals thirty six seconds apart from Jonathan Huberdeau and eat to lose to run in the game winner came at two thirteen of overtime under plot fed a streaking Brayden point to back candidates shot behind Sergei Bobrovsky I was kind of coming late off the change so they they had beat me up ice and kind of risky but you're kind of hoping that you know he's going to play in he doesn't finds me but yes as long as players were just works out under bass Lossky stopped twenty six shots during the win the division leading Panthers have now lost four straight Baltimore's account Tampa

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Igor Danchenko, Analyst Who Worked With Christopher Steele on Trump Dossier, Charged in Durham Probe

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:25 min | 2 weeks ago

Igor Danchenko, Analyst Who Worked With Christopher Steele on Trump Dossier, Charged in Durham Probe

"Well, perhaps the biggest news of the day is the actual arrest, not a subpoena not an indictment, the arrest by John Durham's special counsel of the key individual behind the so called Steele dossier, nobody, none better to analyze it than the legal and political analyst for Fox News. The author of the Russia hoax and witch hunt host of the brief podcast, Greg Jarrett, welcome back to America first. Hey, Sebastian, always creepy in with you. So tell us first, let's start at the beginning. Who is Igor danchenko? Well, he's the fabulist behind the discredited anti Trump CA. And he's indicted in charge with lying to the FBI not once. But 5 times on 5 different occasions way back in the infancy of president Trump's term back in 2017. The FBI knew that the dossier was phony. They knew that Christopher Steele was not credible who composed the dossier. They'd fired him for lying. And yet they used the dossier and then chanko is a pre-tax continue their probe of Donald Trump. And July, the 5 succor to continue the spy and it's really pretty stunning, then Czech who was not some mysterious Russian agent operating in the bowels of the Kremlin is Christopher Steele, the ex British spy led everyone to believe. No, the guys are researcher at a liberal think tank the brookings institution in Washington D.C. that at the time was run by a long time friend and ally as Hillary Clinton G what a coincidence. It was Clinton in her confederates who invented the Russia House, framed her opponent and disseminated the information and then chanko was key to it and it turns out not only when he was interviewed by the FBI did he debunk the whole thing, but in the process he lied about who his real sources were. Now we don't know through the indictment yet who those real sources were. I wouldn't be surprised if they were people closely connected to Hillary

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'The Dying Citizen' Author Victor Davis Hanson Explains Why He Parted Ways With 'The National Review'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:26 min | 2 weeks ago

'The Dying Citizen' Author Victor Davis Hanson Explains Why He Parted Ways With 'The National Review'

"Is it true professor Hansen that you no longer write for the national review, something I was hoping you would decide to do for the last few months? You know, that's a very strange thing. I actually left on January 1 of almost a year ago, but I write a syndicated column that they picked up and so until a few weeks ago, months ago, it was almost people would say to me, why are you writing when you left your big column? I wrote to a week. And I said, I can't control the number of people who want to subscribe to the column. But finally, I think we worked out a thing where they're not subscribing for I'm not writing it. I mean, they're not picking up anything right. And we're not associated anymore. I think this is a fascinating thing we have to dwell on for a moment because this isn't Buckley's national review. Could you talk to us about what they got wrong and why you're not sad not to be published by them? What happened to this? This absolute pillar of conservative thought. I don't know. I have a lot of close friends there, then I was there 20 years and I owe a debt of gratitude in many ways, but I had warned them and they disagreed about it that 90% of their own agendas were championed by Donald Trump. And their argument that he was so crude and uncouth, I asked for empirical proof that tell me about the private live or the office, White House lie out life of LBJ or JFK or Bill Clinton to show me that Trump was cruder. And so I didn't get an adequate answer, and then there were the Covington kids things, the access Hollywood stuff that and lately, Trump is a monkey in a helicopter or Rush Limbaugh was after he died. There was a column about. So we disagreed. But my biggest disagreement was, I said that after the election was over, that Biden would be so bad and so predictably bad that they would be in a situation where they would end up as some other fiercest critics which would beg the question well if you agree so bad, and there was a way to stop him being so bad. Why didn't the magazine take that option? And I couldn't get an adequate response

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Victor Davis Hanson's Take on Glenn Youngkin's Upset Victory in Virginia

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:41 min | 2 weeks ago

Victor Davis Hanson's Take on Glenn Youngkin's Upset Victory in Virginia

"Victor Davis Hansen senior fellow at the Hoover institution at Stanford University and author most recent so many things. Anything with his name on it, buy it, but the dying citizen out now follow him at vide Hansen. Professor Hansen, welcome to America first. Thank you for having me again, Seth. So much to discuss, personal news on your front with regards to a very storied conservative publication, but let's talk about the events in Virginia of the last few days. My take is the following. I would like you to be the sanity check for this. We have seen 9 out of ten of the analyses post the young con victory have been incredibly sophomoric, very, very simplistic, basically half of them have said, this is an indictment of Donald Trump because young and isn't Trump and the other half said this is a victory for Trump because he's just like Trump and critical race theory, et cetera, et cetera. I think the truth lies somewhere in between a very cautious candidate who didn't go full America first. However, embraced a culture war issue much like president Trump, which propelled him to the top of the ticket, who is to blame or who gets the credit for this massive upset victory professor. I think you have it right. I think he ran more successfully or at least as successfully in those red counties of Virginia than Trump did. So he was able to get the base. He was able to keep the base because Trump endorsed him and he didn't no issue did he disagree with the Trump magazine. He might have downplayed abortion in the particular suburbs. But he didn't, and he thanked Trump and that he won. He said that I appreciate that. But Trump made it easier for him because let's face it, this ostracism of Trump on social media, boomeranged against Silicon Valley. Because Trump found out that when he wasn't commenting on personalities every day, that in time people are remembering his record and not what he tweeted. And his tweets bothered some people. Some people they encouraged. But the point I'm making is people looked at Biden's disaster's first 9 and a half months and they've said this was all self created. The opposite of what Trump did. So Trump's stature has risen the more I don't know how to say it because it's a contradiction or paradox, the more remote. It's almost as a Trump is everywhere in the mind of the Democrats, but he's nowhere on social

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Nylander scores in OT, Leafs rally to beat Lightning 2-1

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 3 weeks ago

Nylander scores in OT, Leafs rally to beat Lightning 2-1

"John tomorrow score with forty one seconds left in the third period and William Neil lander potted the winner in overtime as a least a come from behind to win win with that mother Jack Campbell on the bench to viruses one timer beat Andre Russell looking for his fourth of the season to send the game to extra time with Tampa's Victor Hedman of the penalty box the lender be bustling ski on a pass from Austin Matthews to with it his fifth of the campaign Bob Rubin scored the lightning goal Campbell made twenty four saves in the win believes about one to four in a row join the debate Toronto

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"victor" Discussed on Habits Of The Few with Mo Naboulsi

Habits Of The Few with Mo Naboulsi

01:50 min | Last month

"victor" Discussed on Habits Of The Few with Mo Naboulsi

"Like. If would it be instagram. Graham victor underscore now have links to my youtube channel videos there You know and and depending on we released this push it out and know the ideas that inspire people and motivate them to push through And you know. I'm committed to that one of the great things about this. Podcast is that i'm bringing people that you can all learn from so every single guest that we get on the show you know. Some of you are going to connect to. And if you're interested in entrepreneurship in learning about investments like you have an opportunity here to learn from somebody that actually walks the walk as you just said you can check them out on youtube. You check it out on instagram and reach out to him study from him and maybe one day you'll be able to work with them or partner with him so victor so much man. I'm so grateful to have you on the show. I will get this thing out here shortly and send you the unedited version. If you'd like both audio video. I think your your t member wanted me to upload that so serious to do that yeah thank you so much. I appreciate opportunity of. We're gonna aspire some people give some value. that's the goldman and we'll reach out anytime. I'm i will always be talking about stuff that i have done or i'm doing Don't talk about stuff that i don't know about so many that man i i love having people multiple times especially connect with. I just think it's fine and we always we go like a layer deeper every single time. So if you're open to that man. I love to have you back on. We could do a you know. A real estate one could do business finance. I'm all over all that love. It love it. Thank you so much for taking your day. Among factor habits of the few dot com..

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Coyle leads Bruins to 4-1 win over Sabres

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last month

Coyle leads Bruins to 4-1 win over Sabres

"Charlie Coyle had a goal and two assists as the Bruins handed the Sabres their first loss of the season for one coil scored on a power play to give the Bruins a three goal lead about five minutes into the second period it was the first power play goal allowed by the Sabres this season Taylor hall had a goal and an assist to back Linas hallmark who stopped thirty four shots against his former team I'm definitely going to be one of those live live long memories for sure it was very special David Prosser docket Thomas no Scheck also scored for Boston Victor Olson scored with five and a half minutes left to end all mark shutout bid Craig Anderson made twenty two saves for buffalo I'm Dave Ferrie

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Is the Biden Regime Illegitimate?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:58 min | Last month

Is the Biden Regime Illegitimate?

"We are one on one with Stanford University's professor Victor Davis Hansen. Given that you have said all the synonyms, the deep state, the permanent bureaucracy, justified, not hyperbole, we have the empirical evidence. If we add to that, what we witnessed last year, 80 million unbidden mail out ballots sent out. Democrat governors across the nation saying we don't need to verify signatures. We can stretch the dates suitcases of ballots being pulled from under tables on CCTV. And Hunter Biden, the Hunter Biden story being literally censored at the source by Silicon Valley, the oldest newspaper in America, Alexander Hamilton's New York Post, not being allowed to re post the story of the contents of the hunt of mine laptop. Is it again? I'm using you as my sounding board. Is that hyperbole? It is an exaggeration to say that this quote unquote regime, this White House is illegitimate professor. Or I'm not going to adjudicate because that's what Hillary Clinton did and discouraged. Remember, she said that he was that he was not fairly elected. Stacey Abrams did that. All I will say is that when you transition in a single election cycle to the highest you've ever had mail in ballots in 2016 of 40% roughly. And you go to 63%, a 102 mail in or early ballots. And the error rate goes from a typical per state average of three to 4% rejection rate. And it goes down to .2 to .4, depending on the state. And then you're told that when you more than double the amount of work, the tabulate those ballots. And you need double the amount of workers. Yet you're going to find less air than you usually would when you have half the bowel, I just don't believe that's

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Professor Victor Davis Hanson Discusses His Latest Book 'The Dying Citizen'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:55 min | Last month

Professor Victor Davis Hanson Discusses His Latest Book 'The Dying Citizen'

"Welcome back to America first with professor Viktor Davis Hansen. Professor the book is titled the dying citizen. Let's spend a few minutes on the importance of this concept because in an age where civics seems to be dead where your far more likely is a teenager to be taught that America is the problem, not that citizenship is essential for the healthy functioning of any nation, especially republic. Will you give us the prey, the cliff notes on citizenship and why it is the bedrock of western civilization? Yeah, I try to point out that we think we take it for granted. But in the 7000 year history of civilization, it came very late, 2500 years ago in Greece and then later in Rome, and then through Europe with starts and halts and ends and a checkered history. And now we have it because the natural condition of man apparently was to be a serf or a slave or a subject, but a citizen that asked a lot of a person, they have to elect their own officials. They have to keep them accountable. They have to make their own budgets and expenditures. They choose when to fight and when not. And so it requires a lot of responsibilities in exchange for these unique rights. And it's fragile. There's a 190 nations in the world today, and I think you could be charitable to say 90 of them are constitutional societies, most or not. And they were not in history. And this country is the longest surviving constitution republic. Of the republics or democracies that survive today. And in the book, I try to suggest that historically, if you look at these systems, you have to have a middle class, and we're losing it. We know that. Now with this erosion and wages again that had been arrested the last four years, it's imperiled more

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Can a Nation Survive If Its Elite Hate What the Nation Stands For?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:57 sec | Last month

Can a Nation Survive If Its Elite Hate What the Nation Stands For?

"Professor Hansen canon nation long survive if it's elite hates what the nation stands for? Is that a too obvious a question for 2021? No, you know it can't. And we all know what can. It's even it's even more troubling. It can not exist unless what the Greeks call the meso or the middle people do not exist in numbers. And by that, I mean, you have to have a check on the power and the inside leverage of the wealthy and you can not be dependent on the government as the poor. But the middle class is what topical said that's what the federalist papers show. That's what Eric going back to Aristotle. You have to have an independent economically viable middle class. And that can be an independent truck driver or a small business person a teacher, but they have to have property. They have to be engaged politically and they have to be immune from the enticements and the threats of government and the

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What Is Victor Davis Hanson's Book 'The Dying Citizen' About?

Mark Levin

01:38 min | Last month

What Is Victor Davis Hanson's Book 'The Dying Citizen' About?

"Go ahead and explain your book again I was already explaining but you can do it better You wrote it It's we're losing if we have all this chaos in the news cycle at the border Afghanistan or stagflation or this crazy critical legal theory critical theory There's all a common denominator and it's an attack on the idea of a constitutional citizen And it's a very rare concept We're very fortunate in the United States to have it And it's fraudulent It's not guaranteed And one of the ways that diminishes is the middle class is neglected And Democratic Party has been the party of the very wealthy now in the very poor but the middle class has been lost between the two parties until recently And you have to have a sacred space for citizens to inculcate their traditions and customs If you have an open border you have sort of a migratory population of residents They're not citizens And it's hard to know that what the advantages are citizenship are over just residency anymore You know whether it's entitlements or voting or maybe even holding officer They've been blended And we have this tribalism and it's a pre civilizational idea that you judge people on the parents of their skin color or their general physicality and rather than their ideas that are common American And that's just the organic pre civilization pressures on the citizen but look at the elite top down It's a permanent administrative state whether it's general milley or James Comey or Robert Mueller or John Brennan these people who are judged jury and executioner And they're not elected a Doctor Fauci And yet they exercise power that's just completely on

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If You Want Victor Davis Hanson's Book 'The Dying Citizen,' It Is Available

Mark Levin

00:56 sec | Last month

If You Want Victor Davis Hanson's Book 'The Dying Citizen,' It Is Available

"No it's actually unacceptable And I just want you folks to know it's a great book You should order it You really should whether you get in three days or 6 days and you know the thing is Victor Amazon has its own delivery service It doesn't use the postal service it doesn't use FedEx And depending on what type of person customer you are prime customer a lot of these books that says if you order within ten hours you get it the next day And if you have enough books that's what it should be saying So what I wanted to do is have you on and explain to the American people the people that listen to this program If you want the book go ahead and order it It's not out of stock They've got it If you say well I don't know For some reason Mark it's not there And I think the message is one that your audience would like to hear that we're not crazy that there's a concentrated attack on citizenship

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Amazon Suspiciously Marks Victor Davis Hanson's Book 'The Dying Citizen' out of Stock

Mark Levin

01:59 min | Last month

Amazon Suspiciously Marks Victor Davis Hanson's Book 'The Dying Citizen' out of Stock

"Is a statement under his book on Amazon that says out of stock and I just looked at his book now and it says ships usually ships within 6 days The problem is Victor's publisher said they're not out of stock They have plenty of copies So what is Victor to believe and I have my friend Victor Davis Hansen with me Victor how are you sir I'm very good Mark Thanks for having me And it was right after we did the interview with you that the book took off for obvious reasons with your endorsement And it had a lot of good pre sale but it was number two and then suddenly about 24 30 hours after it appeared it started to say basically out of stock soon to be in stock et cetera And it stayed that way for 6 days until the day So you couldn't buy the book on a nation's largest bookseller And then I was told well they won't count books there Tip for obvious reasons just not orders So it's important And people start calling in You know I can't get the book on Amazon what's wrong How can you not have the book the second day of the style So I made a lot of calls and the publisher sent me statistics and then apparently got several thousand copies but for some reason alone of the top ten or a loan of top 15 books they were not able to send them out So for an hour I will say in this talk they'll say you can get it in 6 or 7 days in an hour later they'll say soon to be stocked and stuff like that but they just won't ship the book when you order it in a normal way that they do And I don't know the reason why But it's kind of strange to have a lot of input And by the media and things and just see it not to be available to the public at least in the timely fashion

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"victor" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:30 min | Last month

"victor" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Age the dying citizen is the book victor. Since you've permitted victor. I i've been talking in this last year the plague year about hope and about the idea that i believe that The good part of what. We've been enduring Is that many people formerly asleep or waking up. I have been a excited to see a lot of that. People who Realized when things get this bad maybe they should pay attention. Maybe they should change their opinions on things. So i have hope Do you do you have hope. Where do you see things from here. I do have hope. And i. I have a long epilogue because the book was written before two thousand twenty one but i have an epilogue and one of the things that i'm very hopeful about. Is that the traditional. Republican party is starting to metamorphasized. In other words. There were a lot of americans believe in many of its principles but for variety of rational and irrational reasons. They didn't want to be part of the party of mitt romney. For example a decent man nice guy but in their mind representation of a very elite person. That was not concerned when he gave that. Talk for example. Why can't do anything with a forty seven percent all takers and wrote off that part of it. So what i mean in particular is when you see the border crisis and then you see that mexican american communities along the borders are electing conservative representatives. Because they say that's not what we want destroying our communities or where i live in the san joaquin valley california people who are mexican american are saying. I'm not going to be taken for granted anymore. And maybe i'm going to. I'm going to vote for a republican. Because they're not the party of the golf course only anymore and then you see the people who were the elite. And that's what's really striking for me. Eric i when i know a lot of the never trumpers people. I agree with them on a lot of issues on free market economics and opposition go portion in some cases and things like that but they seem to be very angry. That this new party starring to say we're not going to write off the interior of the united states and say we'll go. Golden coding sure fall on. Opiates that they could be very valuable workers. We need them. This is the industrial heart of the world. At one time it can be again and so this new slowly. Transformation of the slow transformation of the conservative movement into one that says all different races all different crees at but our primary focus is not race or religion. It's class and we want a middle class because they are the most practical people and they are the foundation of citizenship. I think it's really spreading. And i think it's slow and we don't really know all of its contours yet. But how ironic that somebody. Who was a crass multi-billionaire let off this explosion and was the first person to say. China is not in our interest to have complete free trade and they will never interpret our magnaminity to be reciprocated and like kind. They'll see as weakness are if we're not gonna go and optional wars in the middle east and take the middle class and send them over there. Because we're gonna be energy independent and we're going to have our own choices or you can't have an open border because it will ruin the wages and the bargaining power of the light labor in muscular classes and you have assimilation intermarriage integration. If you have people come to quickly from one place all of those things were the ingredients of. I think a new a new idea about america and i think as haphazard an imperfect is that metamorphosis is that. I don't think maybe you can disagreement. I don't think we're going to see a candidate stands up and says well trump isn't the mag agendas over. And i think mitt romney had the right idea. We are going to see people who are going to say that but they will go down in flames very quickly. I can't wait to see both them saying it. And the plummeting inflames. We're out of time. Thank you. Victor davis hanson. The book is the dying citizen. Appreciate your time. thank you for having me..

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"victor" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:59 min | Last month

"victor" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"I'm talking to victor davis hanson. Also known as the age the dying citizen is the book victor. Since you've permitted victor. I i've been talking in this last year the plague year about hope and about the idea that i believe that The good part of what. We've been enduring Is that many people formerly asleep or waking up. I have been a excited to see a lot of that. People who Realized when things get this bad maybe they should pay attention. Maybe they should change their opinions on things. So i have hope Do you do you have hope. Where do you see things from here. I do have hope. And i. I have a long epilogue because the book was written before two thousand twenty one but i have an epilogue and one of the things that i'm very hopeful about. Is that the traditional. Republican party is starting to metamorphasized. In other words. There were a lot of americans believe in many of its principles but for variety of rational and irrational reasons. They didn't want to be part of the party of mitt romney. For example a decent man nice guy but in their mind representation of a very elite person. That was not concerned when he gave that. Talk for example. Why can't do anything with a forty seven percent all takers and wrote off that part of it. So what i mean in particular is when you see the border crisis and then you see that mexican american communities along the borders are electing conservative representatives. Because they say that's not what we want destroying our communities or where i live in the san joaquin valley california people who are mexican american are saying. I'm not going to be taken for granted anymore. And maybe i'm going to. I'm going to vote for a republican. Because they're not the party of the golf course only

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Eric Asks Author Victor Davis Hanson, 'Do You Have Hope?'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:59 min | Last month

Eric Asks Author Victor Davis Hanson, 'Do You Have Hope?'

"I'm talking to victor davis hanson. Also known as the age the dying citizen is the book victor. Since you've permitted victor. I i've been talking in this last year the plague year about hope and about the idea that i believe that The good part of what. We've been enduring Is that many people formerly asleep or waking up. I have been a excited to see a lot of that. People who Realized when things get this bad maybe they should pay attention. Maybe they should change their opinions on things. So i have hope Do you do you have hope. Where do you see things from here. I do have hope. And i. I have a long epilogue because the book was written before two thousand twenty one but i have an epilogue and one of the things that i'm very hopeful about. Is that the traditional. Republican party is starting to metamorphasized. In other words. There were a lot of americans believe in many of its principles but for variety of rational and irrational reasons. They didn't want to be part of the party of mitt romney. For example a decent man nice guy but in their mind representation of a very elite person. That was not concerned when he gave that. Talk for example. Why can't do anything with a forty seven percent all takers and wrote off that part of it. So what i mean in particular is when you see the border crisis and then you see that mexican american communities along the borders are electing conservative representatives. Because they say that's not what we want destroying our communities or where i live in the san joaquin valley california people who are mexican american are saying. I'm not going to be taken for granted anymore. And maybe i'm going to. I'm going to vote for a republican. Because they're not the party of the golf course only

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Liberals Violate Their Own Norms in the Most 'Elite, Refined and Sophisticated' Manner

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:52 min | Last month

Liberals Violate Their Own Norms in the Most 'Elite, Refined and Sophisticated' Manner

"I'm talking to. Victor davis hanson. The new book the dying citizen. How progressive elites tribalism oxford comma and globalization are destroying the idea of america. You're just making a point. And you were about to give us another example of what you were describing. I don't know if you remember. I do we that we have people like nancy pelosi. That violates the corentin. She insists on others to get our hair done. Are we have these. Various mayors who break out or gavin. Newsom has to eat at the french longed remember. They always violate their own norms. In the most elite refined sophisticated manner but even have the marxist shock troops of this revolution that we're fighting phyllis cuellar's fourth house. It's an all white to tahonga. That has raked in zillions with yes with. Blm black lives matter. She cares so much about the poor that she has a fourth house. Isn't that sweet. I want to ask you when you talk about. Why they're doing this in the name of equality and so on and so forth isn't it ultimately irrelevant. Of course it's irrelevant in other words if we the people don't give them permission to do this they must not do it. They have no right to do it. So what they're doing is in contravention of the whole idea of america that we the people choose our leaders to do what we need them to do. They are comfortable with that. So they're looking for a way around it. And they've been finding ways around it and i and i mentioned that in the book that what i just said is what we used to say and scholarship. The pro faucets the pretexts. That's what they say they want a quality and they're really do try to enact it out but it's really about their desire for power. Just like the bolsheviks. Jack

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Author Victor Davis Hanson on His Latest Book 'The Dying Citizen'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:32 min | Last month

Author Victor Davis Hanson on His Latest Book 'The Dying Citizen'

"Victor davis hanson. Welcome thank you okay. So for people tuning in Some of whom are not familiar with you. What is this. what is this book about. The title of it of course is a little bit hard to take the dying citizen. What is the thesis. I should say. Eric has not been dead citizen. So gives some hope. I'm actually that's hilarious. That is absolutely hilarious. Dilate you right. There's there's there's yes Expiry citizen something like the who using citizen. I can't see maybe we can get him up on camera here so yeah tell us then what is the. What is the thesis. Well i tried to look at the things in the news in two thousand late. Two thousand nine hundred in two thousand twenty. And then i wrote an epilogue updated and i thought there was a common denominator and that is very fragile. Very rare idea. In the history of civilization of a citizen and empowered middle-class resident who had rights and responsibilities who elected his own officials audit that them could remove them decide when and where to go to war. What revenues expenditures except that they were self-governed and what made them successful. And what made them fail. And how would that be relevant to

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"victor" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:12 min | Last month

"victor" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Taxes. You understand me thursday every seven days well it happens it spins right around again up What do we do on thursday. Here's what we do. We tell you that in a couple minutes. Talking to victor davis hanson. Again we had last week and he was so good Nobody's heard of him. We discovered victor days. We're going to give you discovered this guy and we want to make him a superstar s and so we're going to have him on in a couple of minutes to talk about the end of western civilization and stuff like that so that's number one number two in our to we're going to do another ask metaxas. It's going to be themed around my upcoming book. the importance of being ernest. I'm sorry i always confuse that. That's a play written by oscar wilde. I get them. Confused is atheism dead is the book. We're going to do a special ask metaxas in our two and then after that. I'm talking to the daughter and granddaughter. Billy graham now two totally different people don't get confused. The daughter is an grim. Lots and her daughter is ruth. If that's my wife. I'm not here. I don't want her to know my wife. I'm not so honestly we've got a very exciting day now before we get to anything else. I wanna remind folks. I said this yesterday that the first person to give twenty five hundred dollars to the alliance defending freedom you go to metaxas talk dot com metaxas. Talk dot com. You'll see the banner the first person to give twenty five hundred dollars or you could do that by giving you know two hundred and twenty dollars a month over twelve months first person to do that. We don't have a name yet. Is going to get what i'm holding in my hands. This ladies and gentlemen Is a make america. Great again hat. Signed by a guy. I like to call the current president of the united states. Donald j trump. I saw him sign this. I was there when he signed it. He he picked out this hat. He seems to like these particularly instead of the normal make america. Great i mean obviously loves those but this is kind of a special one that i hadn't seen before so he signed this and you're gonna get this hat if you are the first person to give twenty five hundred dollars tax deductible to alliance defending freedom alliance defending freedom. We talk about a religious liberty all the time. Virtually every story in the news vaccine mandates Loonie transgender laws. It all boils down to religious liberty and who is at the line you always say. What can i do about all this tough stuff. that's happening. Well i'll give you one thing you can do. You can give whatever you're able to give to the alliance defending freedom. I'm asking you please please to do that. It's a little bit urgent. I'll give you an example You know recently the us attorney general okay. These people used to work for us now. I guess they're working for the devil. Us attorney general merrick garland directed the fbi. You know this right and us attorney's offices around the country to convene meetings and consider actions against people whom he think pose a threat to public schools and two local school boards. So who are these domestic terrorists. Their parents like you and me who've been showing up at school board meetings to voice their concerns about insane things being pushed on our children with our tax payer money race based curriculums like critical race theory. Local vaccine vaccine mask organs ordinances in other words. If you get you know you raise your voice in one of these meetings. You'd better watch out 'cause they're coming for you. I'm here to tell you first of all. Don't ever back down. don't ever let them intimidate. You do everything you can for your kids and for your country But this is what eighty f- is doing legally. They're fighting for for this kind of things. So i just want to say we really do need your help..

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Victor Davis Hanson Talks About His New Book 'The Dying Citizen'

Mark Levin

01:35 min | Last month

Victor Davis Hanson Talks About His New Book 'The Dying Citizen'

"Okay It's going to be very difficult in the time we have to really get our heads around this but tell us what it is that you're writing about here We're even seeing it playing out yesterday with the attorney general's memo and so forth I think I was trying to do is locate what's happening with a long history of the fragility of citizenship and how rare it is and how many opponents it has And then trying to explain what's going on with these organic attacks from the bottom up whether that's destruction of the middle class which is so essential for citizenship or the end of borders where you can't have citizenship without a definite protected space for custom and traditions to flourish And then this identity politics is ideal you identify by your superficial appearance It's always been the main tribalism of citizenship And then the last half of the book is the top down attack whether it's the administrative state or whether it's these evolutionaries that fully view human nature's changing sort of constitution should be fluid So what you've written about a lot And then globalization of this idea we're all going to be citizens of the world and reduce our standards of the lowest common denominator mostly illiterate states abroad And out of that I had a big epilogue on what had happened after I finished the manuscript in the last mode from August of 2020 until March of this year So a lot of the things that have happened I think kind of substantiated the thesis

Fumio Kishida wins Japan leadership race, setting him up to become prime minister

The Economist: The Intelligence

02:17 min | 2 months ago

Fumio Kishida wins Japan leadership race, setting him up to become prime minister

"Japan's ruling liberal democratic party or ldp held its leadership runoff election. The last round was between two former foreign ministers. Kishida fumio and kotaro. Mr kushida came out on top. The ldp has dominated japanese politics since its founding in the nineteen fifties. So the party's new. President will be the country's new prime minister when tsuyoshi he steps down toy so in his victory speech. Mr kishida said that from today. I will with all of my energy. Get straight to work. How and where he will channel that energy though is still something of an open question as is how much. The electorate will support him. This year's election for the presidency was more unpredictable than most heading into the vote. Today there was some some genuine uncertainty about who would emerge the victor noah. Sneider is the economists. Tokyo bureau chief but this kind of free for all uncertain circus like for the mvp at least election campaign. I think really master distracted from deeper and more worrying trend in japanese politics namely growing voter apathy and disillusionment from the political process and given that apathy. How do you think it is that. Mr kishida came out on top. The dynamics of this election were a bit complicated. But let's unpack them. Konno tato former foreign and defense minister was the favourite in public and the favourite amongst younger diet members in the ldp who saw him as potentially more transformative figure who also crucially might help them keep their jobs in elections that are looming in later. This fall masan however is unpopular amongst. The party's old guard and and they see him sort of unreliable uncontrollable. He has a reputation for being a bit of a maverick so he won. The the vote of the rank and file in the first round of the party's election but he didn't win enough support amongst his colleagues to win the election outright so it went into a second round run-off there to she support from within the party really proved decisive. It is i think a result that reflects the enduring strength of the ldp's establishment and is in some ways the kind of rebuke of public

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"victor" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

07:24 min | 2 months ago

"victor" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"It's just a joy to speak with you because you bring some historical perspective. Oftentimes i think people are weary of the news cycle and it's just a constant static. It sounds like we know. Everything's horrible but to understand where it came from how we got here. How we might get out. I think we need the perspective because it does give us hope. So you do believe that even given the current tremendous breakdown That's everywhere in the culture. You you see hope. I guess my question is there. Are people today who seem emboldened in wielding naked power in lying. They don't seem to have the code They don't believe in virtue they believe in power and they seem less troubled journalistic class the medical establishment. They they seem to have come on moored from Something that held us all together. That's kind of what concerns me most because if you're fighting an enemy that doesn't play by the same rules you've got a bigger problem. I was looking for more than a. Yes or no answer. I'm sorry you cut out. But i can hear you now. I guess what i'm saying. Is that and i tried to do that in the book that we're not alone. We have history to guide us in. It has been a trademark across time and space that the left feels that the means that you talked about are justified by their more noble ends nobility defined as radical quality result. And so they feel that what you line. The russian collusion hoax or joe biden son. Hunters laptop is russian. Disinformation or anthony fao cheese e saying. I had no role in the gain of function research. These all of that is okay. Because the ultimate end that is making sure the quote people are equal or that their fair it justifies them and they and they feel that they have a right that you and i don't have is superior moral beings to us. They don't call it lying. They call it a noble live when anthony says on one day. Don't wear mouse than where mouse and where to mask or xenophobic. To have a travel ban. Yes then maybe not. He said himself that he lied on about mao. So there wouldn't be a quote on quote run on mask and they've been doing that with everything you said. Why did james clapper say lied under oath and say this. Nsa does not spy on people. Why did john brennan say under oath. We've never killed anybody. Drones assignations or. I don't spy on senate staffer computer. Or why did james me say. I can't remember under two hundred forty five times or white robert mueller. When asked the font about the font of the whole collusion hoax the steele dossier and fusion. Gps he said under. I have no idea what you're talking about. And i feel that they don't they field. They're not lying. They're just doing what's necessary for the greater good and the media and they don't care about the people because they found out. In the twenty first century they can run the country with the media with social media with the corporate boardroom with k. Through twelve of the academic world with foundations that that twenty percent of the population. It's highly educated professional. They have such power over communications in this electronic global age. They don't the joe biden doesn't even try to get a fifty one percent consensus. He said yesterday. I came in and there were four million. That's all he knows. There were seventeen million people vaccinated. He just lied because he knew that the media wouldn't say it. And then people like you and eric our listeners. Today probably think well. How can he he. He's non kumble's mint as he doesn't he doesn't even finish sentences. He won't answer questions. He doesn't try to build a consensus. He just says. Pay your fair share and the tactic. We're not getting enough taxes when he welched out on five hundred thousand dollars of taxes we're told and yet the left would say we don't care if maybe this is liberated. He's you say that he's non minto. What are you gonna do about that. Are you going to do. That's the question attitude. Do you think we'll be able to do anything about it. That's the first question i think. If we get the vocabulary we understand without being shrill we just say listen. These are not democrats. They're not progressive. These are hardcore socialist-marxism. I know there's a lot of naive that follow them. That may not be but when you rename the country from seventeen seventy six basically. Its founding brand sixteen. Nineteen you tear down statues or you counsel people out your jacqueline's and bolsheviks and you've got to say that to them and then when you have racism to fight racism or discrimination to fight discrimination racist this be honest about it and we don't use that terminology we don't say these are jakobsen bolsheviks bolsheviks and they're racist and they want to destroy a country and yet they're out the trough on the country The first thing that squad did those three congress women almost first thing they did. A upon assuming office was violate campaign financing. They were all under audit for using campaign funds in dishonest way. And the second thing they did was promulgate antisemitic tropes. No-one said a word and they knew that. And so we've got to say to people we don't care what background you are. What color you are. What gender you are going to judge you on what you say and what you do and once you start doing that and i think the left the right has a really good argument because it's the party of the middle class now. I should say to the people check go by zip codes. Go by congressional districts per capita income by any measure you want to use. The democratic left bolshevik party is the party of the super rich and subsidize for and the lower middle and upper middle and middle classes or conservative. Just thirty or so seconds left but it seems to me that a big part of the success of the marxist left i has been their ability using the media to convince us that most people think that way. If you don't think that way you're the anomaly. I think part of what you do. And i do is we try to encourage people to say that. No no no no no. You're quite right. They're crazy you're not crazy and most of us know they're crazy when you say you can't put on a birth certificate. The american medical cessation said we can no longer put male or female on a birth certificate. We all know that's crazy and we simply have to encourage each other that that's the that's the case. So final fifteen seconds. Forgive me. I think all of us have to say that we have to speak honestly and and attack that revisionism and we have to expect the first way of cancel culture and back but once it bounces off you and you survive it your liberated you say. What is that all you can do. I'm still here and once you get that attitude. I think you're liberated you'll be successful fantastic books. The book is the dying citizen. Victor davis.

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"victor" Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

04:47 min | 4 months ago

"victor" Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

"If it had to be someone like liz cheney and adam can zinger over someone like jim jordan or kevin mccarthy i think yes but if it were something like republicans democrats would have to be. Some democrat. Did something so horrific or so important. Maybe but i'd say it takes a lot for me to get persuaded by republicans on the issues. Because they don't acknowledge truth and facts there on january six inches basic tenets of our democracy and the republican the cardi in it in it and it's specifically and it's state but president eisenhower would have been a democrat today and president kennedy would have been a republican so parties do flip there quite a bit when it comes to their policy positions. I gotta say so la- my one of my last questions for you is what what's the first office. You're going to run for do you know. Oh god running for office is a little scary for me. I don't know it's kind of the thought of having been on. No a campaign having helped president biden's campaign over the fallen taking first quarter off. It just seems like there's so much work involved. I'm not quite sure what office i'll run for. Which the first one will be it. Seems like a really cool process. But i guess the thought of a young person. I'm nineteen now. I won't build a run for office until at least after college. I'm not that you can run for house right now. that's true that's true. But i don't know it seems it seems john. King is a nineteen year old to run for something as big as the house. And i prefer the someone who's run for the house do on the campaign to stupidest person on the campaign is the candidate at all times always won the dumbest and the most incompetent is the candidate in every situation. Mine of course especially included It's it's only a lot of work if you aren't if you well. If you hate having to raise money which is a pain in the ass. No one should have to do that. But we're going to fix that because we're gonna figure out a way to compromise and get through in something But but if you're if you're good at speaking to people and having conversations with them and expressing your opinions it's not that much work and you're very very very very very very good at that and then all the hard real work is done by staffers. Who don't get any credit or a attention. So i mean don't scare you to death on paid entrance to that. That's a big thing that i noticed. Just unpaid interns as well but wait. Dare people who work for campaigns for free. Because i promise you i didn't have any of those everybody's looking for a paycheck. It was just. It blew my mind. I gotta tell ya of of the landscape of of political podcasts. And and there's a whole bunch of them and politicains scott four a. I gotta be honest. I think your show it. You'll wind banks is one of the most interesting and unique and important really conversations. Because i've said many times. I don't believe that. Our divisions in america are any more so based on politics or based on race or based on gender as much as they are based on generational differences and the to hear the two of you who who come like. I said before from similar political backgrounds in policy-wise have discussions about these. Things is fascinating so anyone who's listening right now. If you haven't already listening agent politics please check it out. Joe wind banks. Victor she And it comes out on what day of the week you guys take on what day so we usually do on tuesdays and it comes out on wednesday midnight or so late on late on tuesday night early on wednesday. It's it's i almost. I almost recommended more than this one. If i recommended it more than this one that i think i would make the the political folks upset. But i gotta tell you i really do so. If you're listening checkout. Joe wind banks and victor she on i politics here on the political on podcast family and victor. She tell me please. How the heck are we going to get along. I think it starts by listening. I think we have to listen to other. But i think also we have to be clear eyed about where we are as a country and the solutions are going to get past but i think listening is i. I think for me. The biggest way to get along and see what other side is coming from..

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"victor" Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

06:56 min | 4 months ago

"victor" Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

"At some point. We can't just settle for the bare. In terms of you know there's going to be gerrymander. Republicans feel the urge to keep obstructing to keep gerrymandering districts. And i think at some point. Democrats really need to be bold and past the for the people at pass the john. Lewis voting rights. Joe manchin thing. Get rid of gerrymandering. I mean joe mansions proposal. His compromise included mandatory non partisan redistricting commissions across the country right. Yes i also included things like getting rid of dark money in politics or some of those more kind of structural campaign finance reform issues and it was really interesting because when it talks when we when we talk about democracy and for me specifically i think i was. I had the fortune of working. With larry lessig on my junior high school on democracy issues. I think he really kind of put it best when it was when we think about democracy. It's not that it's like the most important issue. It's just that we need a representative democracy if we want to achieve things like climate change and other issues and so i think when we talk about reforming democracy. We have to include everything. We have to go bold. otherwise. I think especially in this polarized partisan world. It's gonna take such a long time to get piecemeal. Things passed in congress. And so i think we really need to go bowl unless would it not take longer to do nothing. I'm just pushing back here for for for fun and occasionally does the same. Did not take as much time as even more time if nothing was done so so give me because you've talked about voting rights to stay on that for a second. What would be the most important components of necessary structural changes to our voting system and democracy for you for victor. What would those be making election day. A holiday i think really gives everyone to billy devote makes it an even playing field but i think we have to go even more systemic reforming our campaign finance systems thinking of ways for voters to contribute differently. There's been different proposals. Like a small donor matching program where we really incentivize instead of big donors were smaller donors really getting regular people involved. I think you know we really have to change how we think about our ballot system. New york city implemented ranked choice voting. Find fascinating in terms of kind of looking at how we can change our balanced structure to get more people involved on. I'm writing them down. Lastly the electoral college is a huge issue. Especially now in my lifetime. At least i was born. I think i was born after two thousand. But i was. I lived through the two thousand sixteen election but it was within sixteen years. We had to elections in which the winner of the popular vote lost the election because of electoral college. And so i think we have these systemic structural issues and i think those kind of forming categories on campaign finance making election day holiday changing our ballot structure on also the electoral college. Did you. should i ask you. You mentioned gerrymandering before but this is not on gerrymandering. Sorry gerrymander who's a hate gerrymandering. More than thanks. I want to add it to your list. So let me let me just. Let's throw in some of the issues that that the other side Argues about they have wanted voter. Id for a while Wanted to make it more restrictive They have wanted to do away with mail in balloting I guess i know at times. And i know the arguments against that i would use against them is oh my god places like utah in washington state. Several states have used malin battling for decades. And you didn't have a problem with them So why so. Why are you worried about it now. why do you think they're worried about now. I think because it's getting more extreme mail in balloting i the restriction of mail in balloting the requirement of more. Id laws. i think democrats. And i guess just my own view is that i think we need security in our elections. I don't think that we should have no idea. But i think that you know having some form of id is important having some having imbalances important option. But i think so. Would you give him so. Would you give in and accept some sort of voter. Id in exchange to get one in exchange for getting one of these other things on your list here. I think the reason why i. I think that we should go. Bold and include all of those different components is only because we have such short election cycles and because democrats have this moment now in the senate and the house and the presidency to get the stuff done i think we have to seize upon it and actually get done otherwise in two thousand twenty two. It seems like the house is vulnerable. State legislatures across the country might get right but that sounds to me. Victor like you are worried about it because the houses vulnerable for democrats republicans think. It's don't that's that's a good thing for them. I mean do we need to get it done. Because it's the right thing to do or do we need to get it done because if we don't we might lose the house bo. I think it's the right thing to do. Because it protects our democracy it strengthens. Our democracy gives more representation to people but also if someone in wisconsin. I'm sorry in wyoming or montana would not agree with you when it comes to that argument for the electoral college. Because i live in wyoming or idaho and you get rid of the electoral college than i. You know can strongly say well damn my vote's going to count even less now because urban voters and suburban voters are going to always vote in a block and rural. You know ranch. Hands from montana and wyoming are gonna vote in a block and therefore you know. The electoral college is the only thing. That's protecting me as a voter. In in wyoming. How do you respond to them. I think when we think about the the key principles of our democracy this notion of one person one vote equal representation. I think you know sure. The electoral college somehow gives wyoming or rural areas more voice than urban areas but there is also some statistics out there that say all urban vote for one party over another. It's still wouldn't have any significant effect on who wins the election because you need to reach more than fifty percent where you need to win fifty percent of majority of the votes. So you're still count..

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"victor" Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

07:30 min | 4 months ago

"victor" Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

"That's bipartisanship isn't it. I mean at the same time that was happening in the senate. You had liz cheney and adam. Ken zinger joining with democrats in the house to investigate the insurrection january. Sixth i mean don't it doesn't matter the lens you look at it through. I mean if you're if you wanna if you wanna be able to make the argument that joe biden is wrong. And there is no case for bipartisanship. Yeah you can put your blinders on and look specifically at one particular issue about not getting rid of the filibuster but if you wanna make the argument that okay. Maybe he's not wrong. Sixty seven senators getting together and voting on anything Seventeen republicans joining democrats to vote on. Anything is certainly hasn't happened in the last twelve years that i can think of. Yeah i think. I think you're right in that respect but i would also point out just how long it took to get to this point. It was a key procedural. Vote from what i understand. I think just the you know biden. At i propose massive infrastructure plan that included human infrastructure. These kind of going beyond what we call guess traditional infrastructure and they got a lot to get to the point of where we are got a lot of trimming a lot of cutting and i guess get sixty seven votes but i think just the fact that we've made this meam of you know infrastructure weak infrastructure day for more than two years now that it took us two years to reach agreement on something as simple as i think infrastructure. Well it took us. It took us a one hundred and fifty days to reach agreement. I mean this is only one hundred fifty days in the biden presidency right. He hasn't had. He can't be blamed for the other sitting on your hands. Time right. that's yeah. That's that's true and i guess it's just if it takes something. I guess as simple as infrastructure one hundred days to work out or so much negotiation. And i think that infrastructure is something simple i think infrastructure is something that improves people's lives and i think that when we see so much partisanship on something as simple as simple as infrastructure. It kind of creates. I think i guess more of this kind of sense. That republicans and democrats won't be find any other consensus on bigger issues like you know finding consensus on climate. Change your voting rights. I was gonna get excited about you. Victor because you've seemed to have such a positive you call it naive. I don't call it naive. This positive attitude in this upbeat idealism for politics in america but now you're bramley down with you. I'll sudden to this this this idea that you don't think that it's possible and you know the purpose you in jail. Line banks as i've said. Have this really interesting. Podcast where you compare. You're not just political opinions but you both on the same side of the aisle. But you have vast age difference between the two of you. And i think that's just a fascinating way to look at issues here on this show. We ask how. It's possible to get along and i'll ask you that more as we go on but i sometimes wonder if people want to. Do you think people want to get along because it would. It would seem to me that if people wanted to get along they would cheer for a win. For a bipartisan win. Instead of saying okay we'll find our infrastructure was easy and these other things are going to be really hard and there's not gonna be there's going to be bipartisanship. People aren't gonna work together in in order to have that success. Someone joe biden in this particular case. And i've owned that bias and people know that like him but someone had to have the faith that it was going to happen in the first place that it was possible while a bunch of folks add. Joe biden your old. And you don't know what you're talking about your you know. Bipartisanship is dead. Someone had to say no. I'm right it is still possible and then look today or this week. It did happen. Do you think that people need to believe that. It's possible first before it can happen or is are or how much of a self-fulfilling prophecy is partisanship. So i guess. I i i agree. I think that there should. In general we should celebrate the infrastructure. Plan i guess in the sense that we were able to get seventeen. Republicans on board and that that was moment to come together. But i think also we should recognize that it took one hundred fifty days like you said to get that done and i came across something that i found really interesting in that was basically the number of americans who identifies either. Democrats independents are republicans. And what they found was that usually it's a third a third. Were a third identifies. Democrats have third identifies republicans of third identifies as independence. and now. it's that forty percent of americans didn't find his independence. Thirty percent as up. Republicans thirty percent to as democrats and my initial impression. When reading that statistic was that i thought that bipartisanship at least in terms of the american people was possible that we because we identifies independence. Somehow we could reach more consensus on different issues but one of the most fascinating aspects about that poll. I thought was that people are still voting for the same candidates for the same party. That forty percent are still voting for the same people and so i think in turn what that really raised me was that our whole incentive structure at least for congress people and people who are supposed to represent us is backwards in the sense that they get more extreme and they don't find any willingness to change because their voters are still going to vote for that. Well until i mean. I think one one mistake that often is made. In my opinion in the media is when we present these three pockets of voters republicans. Democrats and independents. They always make the mistake of putting the independence in between the republicans and democrats and being independent in america. Although it may look like it on paper does not mean being a moderate and there are so so so so so many of those people in that independent bucket who are arguably more conservative than republicans or more liberal than democrats who don't fit in a moderate independent does not mean conservative when i ran for congress myself a lot of independence but trust me in the district iran and they were all hard core tea party. What would today be maga- voters just. Because they were independent. Didn't mean they're gonna vote. They might change parties. You're talking about. 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"victor" Discussed on Identity at the Center

Identity at the Center

02:03 min | 5 months ago

"victor" Discussed on Identity at the Center

"Jim wanna take a stab at least one or two. Gst gst was sent a core value innovation cost. Yes intrusively yes. That's all i got. We got collaboration. Dr autonomy collaboration. Dr tani innovation and customer interested while done. That's not fair to quiz. Something that who go this table stakes right. This is what we good human being to others. Beat a good person right. We don't have like coda fi. This come on we got. We got a lot of slack with them. It's okay hey we started with twelve corvallis and we ended up with five so that was a huge improvement. Huge kind of the executive summary version of the core values down. Make it make it understandable. all right. Well victor thank you so much for joining us. I really appreciate it. Jim is as always you know. Here's to another hundred or more episodes as we continue this great experience of experience of of a podcast and for those who have stuck with us. Thank you so much for listening. The best thing that you can do to help us is to share it with a friend right. Hit the subscribe button. You know whatever whatever you need to do to of help us. Get the word out. is always appreciated. So with that. Thank you so much for listening and we'll go ahead and wrap it up here. You can connect on victor connect with victor unlinked and they'll have that his link in the show notes and obviously can connect with jim and myself As well we're always looking for feedback on the show so thanks again for listening and we'll leave it there. We'll talk with everyone in the next one. Thanks for listening to the identity at the center. Podcast like what you heard. Don't forget to subscribe visit us on the web. Identity at the centers dot com..

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"victor" Discussed on Identity at the Center

Identity at the Center

05:36 min | 5 months ago

"victor" Discussed on Identity at the Center

"Of course you'll remember because there's some personality louisa melda who said to me. Victor people come to work here because they want to come work here and those are the people we want the people we want our people that want to come work identity and i think most of the hires that we me where people who really wanted to come work you and to that point about the investments to the point about measuring the cultural aspect of it. And what that means. It's it's sometimes difficult right to put a price on it but the benefits are tremendously important because in other folks alternately the folks that were committed to the costs committed to the workforce through the company Or he hit because they wanted to be here and of course we ended up Establishing a long list of other thinks that certainly empowered people further and and And make them feel like they had a true work life balance in spite of how many people were burning to canada with both ends but the net. It all out for you. I think that you know we created that environment here. And the investments we made a wound culture investments. We made specifically to your point as well around the all hands meetings and yeah of course you know often. I p ill sort of agonizing about the investment And what i to profitability right over relatively small company but powerful and that served truly as that sort of you know we pulled over to the gas station re fuel you know we fueled our our tax and an off to the next twelve months and again. It was just no substitution whatsoever. Jim you make the point that they were right on out where you see your your co worker colleague. The guy you were working shoulder-to-shoulder with and because we were pretty virtual to begin with and and we manage through that quite well but when we got together that one time of the year it was special absolutely positively..

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"victor" Discussed on Identity at the Center

Identity at the Center

02:53 min | 5 months ago

"victor" Discussed on Identity at the Center

"But i do want to do it. Let's put it that way so we didn't work through process and technology and making sure that it's inclusive enough where we have enough people and to be frank. I don't want to do a live. Show owners like to to people that might be not not great for the ego either. But we'll see how it works out. I think i think it's something that like. you said. We want to try and figure out how to make it happen. You know. I think you know also looking forward here right as as this show was born underneath the banner of identity. Which was the company that jim and i worked for four several years. Jim much longer than i did. But for five years each we've now moved over to productivity. And you know. I think there will probably be some changes. I'm sure we'll have new logo and new things around The show itself but the content should still remain the same again vendor neutral safe place let's talk. Am and Treated treated as that format as we like to be. So i thought would be interesting for today and really this is your your idea. And it was a great one. I think we've been planning on this for a long time since like episode forty. Maybe so maybe we what we do is we take our identity delorean and we go back in time and talk about the identity story. Because i think it's a fascinating one that talks about the building of a identity company the maturation of it and then it acquired by larger company and kind of the life cycle how that worked out and to help us with that conversation We are both very excited. And happy to have victor barris. He was a co founder of identity. And now he's managing director with productivity driving the strategic partner ecosystem for digital identity. Welcome to the show. Victor thank you jeff. Thank you jim. It's a real pleasure to be here episode. One hundred certainly feel very privilege and honor to be here. And i just want to point out something quickly. Which was you know. I was that little kid in the back. Jumping up racing. His head for the last ninety nine episodes. Because i've been eager to be on but hey a hundred awesome awesome. Congratulations great great milestone. And certainly big time kudos. You guys have officially become celebrities. So congratulations to you both matt. Thank you so much for that. And i think you know obviously without your support. This probably wouldn't have happened or at least not to the level that it happened so far so you have a lot of impact behind the things that people may not be aware of but as a listener. I'm sure you know that the first question that we're going to get into is really talking about your identity. Orange orange origin story before we get into identity itself. But how did you get into identity and access management. Is it something that you chose or did you choose it. Oh it definitely chose me..

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"victor" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

02:34 min | 5 months ago

"victor" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"Hi this is tony tomato and welcome to bite here on the sf t podcast network and so parenting an apocalypse. It's it's not the same way that we would do. You know how it works. Any views usually two to four minutes long but sometimes they can be a little longer. Only when you when you live long enough. All kinds of strange things happen very right in saying that. The greek heroes the original superheroes in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion. Victor webster is vice. President silver motherland for the vice president on motherland. Talk about his daughter. And what's kind of going on there. it's it it sounds like it. Sounds like a tough situation for a little bit. I mean it is a It is a very difficult situation just because we find out that my daughter penelope has the powers That which is do so. I have to struggle with the fact that my daughter is a witch. And how do i deal with that She's gonna be taken away from me. She's possibly going to die fighting for the united states of america. You know it's as a father That's a lot to struggle with. I don't wanna give spoiler but we will see you episode to and there is a scene that don't tell me there's a. There's a scene that happens and his reaction is priceless. And it kind of reflects what you said. He's kind of going through something with his daughter. How do you think this impacts him and with you know with him being vice president to while i mean he has. He has a political agenda that he needs to adhere to that it's mandated for him Also struggling with feelings of being a father and caring and loving for your daughter as well as the feelings of being an individual human beings struggling with those feelings It's a fully loaded situation and really you know with that much pressure because all of that now especially the vice. Presidential umbrella creates a lot more pressure To to have to figure it all out and move a lot of chess pieces around to try and make everybody else happy and yourself. Happy look for motherland ford. Shame on freeform her bite. This is tony to lana..

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"victor" Discussed on Catch my Killer

Catch my Killer

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"victor" Discussed on Catch my Killer

"Victor had dreams of becoming an engineer however his plans changed after he became a father at an early age. Instead of attending college. Victor decided to focus on becoming a good father and great partner to his girlfriend. Everyone who knew victor loved him. He didn't have any issues with anyone and he wasn't involved with any criminal activity. All he did was work and take care of his son for this episode. I spoke to candy via who has victor's mother. They truly had a special bond. Kenny gave birth to victor when she was fifteen so they basically grew up together and would eventually become best friends on december. The seven two thousand sixteen. It was dark and just before eight pm. Bicker was at his mother's own. He was standing outside on the porch when someone approached him and fired shots at him. After hearing the sounds of gunfire candy ran to the front door to find. Victor mortally wounded. He had staggered into the house and then collapsed in his final moments. He asked his mom to help him. She began administering cpr. unfortunately she couldn't save in. He died in her arms. Victor was supposed to go on to great things in.

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"victor" Discussed on Hustleshare

Hustleshare

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"victor" Discussed on Hustleshare

"A podcast after eight, but before we begin with likes to remind you that this month, teens were language, so make sure there are no kids when you're listening to this because we're going to be. College dropout. Jot The founders of tinder. Invest on him and his name is Victor Rivera of Avalon school. Now Victor took a very easy cash at such a young age. Just he wanted to pursue be in a startup and he dropped out of college. Out of his parents house. Just to live in pursuance me now wasn't easy because he had to bet on himself when he volunteered to be an inter for la who've what he was trying to make ends meet to survive on his own the victors. What happened how we've this guilt at? All the way to how you Joan advantage a lottery cleaning mrs where he did not become successful yet now, victor bet on himself again by joining pay Mondo where he did grow packing in marketing where he countered the problem that led him to. Avenue. And here victor also share why he created. That's cool to fill. The still developers have here Philippines in order for them to be able by startups. That's the gradually add because he will share. How got the founders of tinder best in avalon school. This very cool. If you're ready to learn the hustle behind Abby School Let's begin this up. Right. Yeah..

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"victor" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"victor" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Victor Davis Hanson thinks this election is now about this culture war they were in in this country this Cultural Revolution that's being thrust upon us and we are doing nothing we're standing aside because we don't fight in the streets that's not our style we are not community organizers we have a life we have jobs we have children to raise we will show up in November that's when we will again I I just wonder if you think the president should be spending his time focusing on and talking about that about who wins the day in this country the mob tearing down statues or the taxpaying law abiding citizens to keep this country going there really does seem to be the the the choice that's in front of us is that what this election is really about is that what the president should be focusing on triple eight six thirty W. M. A. L. how about our billing Connecticut go ahead bill your on to be a male Hey Larry thanks for taking my call listen I I think you slightly wrong about the the the people who are on the right not saying anything and I I have a bumper sticker yeah it's is Hillary lost get over it and it's still effective because usually if you know what bill now right you may have the one but you're not that guy with eighty bumper you know what kind okay I got to others but we're not going to go into that this is this is trickle down lawlessness it starts at Hillary's level in all of these scandals that we've had indicate to the people that you know you can do bad stuff and you'll go to jail it trickles down its it's lawlessness allowed and it's got to be stopped and it's gonna be a cold hard stop when it happens it's it's going to hurt everybody isn't it's wrong to let these people run rampant like that it's just the lawlessness is not what people want and you're right this next election you're deciding what kind of an administration you want in the White House is going to face up to these people who are trying to bully us and take away our rights yeah what do you what are you gonna do about it which but are you gonna portion at booth which one are you going to select and and if you're not paying attention to that well then there's no hope for you we have we're we're Reagan said we're wanna generationally from socialism one generation and this is as close as I ever care to come thank you bill in Connecticut well sensor thanks for listening online Jerry in round he'll go ahead Jerry would you say you're on W. mail hi all right okay so all previous cars I've listened to the last twenty matches and right on the money as far as liberals the rules are very loud easier listening because in their organs I've noticed that's one thing that conservatives won't do apparently is organized yeah I would gladly get in out in the streets and you know I'm not right of course test as long as you're some organizers setting us up right now we have nothing one as far as the actual you are you are you open to being organized you know community organizing has always been this thing of the leftists the sol Lynskey thing it's the it's the union organizer stuff it's it's it's not something first of all it's kind of hard to organize just you know a disparate American citizens that don't have a union in common don't have a school in common don't have you know that is some sort of a mechanism to be able to to insert the organizing apparatus but are you open to that were you would you be willingly organized in and and energized and poured out onto the streets if it's needed sure warm way I would say no being a good conservative what and and these events these are special times yes I would absolutely do so and there is social media out there yeah it's amazing it's amazing how one tweet or I don't use Facebook but I do tweet is how easily you can quickly gather brought hundreds and thousands of yours yeah alright Jerry thank you Jerry and round hill says he then maybe that's another part of this question do we need to be community organizers do we need to use those tactics together my friend enter bright purposes so he used to talk about how you know solo Lynskey wasn't wrong the rules for radicals in and of themselves are not evil it's when those rules are applied for evil purposes but what it all those tactics to work why not use them for a conservative because right it's it's not a tactic or a weapon that is the problem it's how it's used and for what end that is the problem that's one way of looking at it certainly do you think we need that triple eight six thirty W. melody the closest we get is the trump rally where people get motivated to come out and see him and be a part of it and look at how that can be disrupted look at how when push comes to shove when anarchists.

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"victor" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

05:59 min | 2 years ago

"victor" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Victor in silver spraying line three welcome back Victor Hey thank you doctor Gorka Hey is it good to have Chris Paul back he's back today but I got on this show last week and I came up with a mac room for us warm yes socialist women socialist socialist we on the masking all Democrats insisting insists that I call the White House comment line and the operator operator said are you the picture the called the plan what we did yeah yeah will tell you this Victor you all famous in Washington I guess so the White House knows who you all come home that's impressive yeah the operator they're the comment line operators said Hey are you the Victor the calls Chris plan I said yeah next next will be getting in fights with playboy reporters in the rose garden cafe owner that'll be a pipe dream my question is yes I really like the young people at this meeting this morning point in the net yeah days my question is how do we keep them from not being brain where washed when they eventually go to college yeah look I I think Vic that's a great question I think if they're going to a turning point USA leadership summit in Washington I think they're inoculated I'm not I've been not the ones I'm worried about they they going to be safe when they when they hear it straight from the president from Saudi could don junior from myself they they will have the wherewithal because we'll stay in touch so have chapters of twenty point USA wherever they go they'll push back even if it has to be done very very assiduously very very carefully really good to hear but just remember socialist queens on skiing all Democrats excellent Victor thank you so much let's go to line one Raffi in San Diego hi doctor Gardner thank you so much for taking my call only this is so polite on the show your welcome right well like I can help you know can I can I can I just be very rude hold on right yeah I got a package in the mail from pet pay a regular coal from el Paso who works for a certain organization that she'll go nameless sent me a wonderful challenge calling from that organization that will go nameless and a beautiful hand called little wooden rosary he must be a mackerel Snapple like me so pay pay if you're listening god bless you and thank you for that little gift you'll so thoughtful so back to you right the line one okay so all I mean I'm thinking of all of this one thank you for become undergoes during my article from American thinker about how to how the the trump administration Kennedy beat claimed her parenthood by cutting additional funds and so I mean first of All I Want to congratulate president trump on his big victory in the ninth circuit court yes about a couple weeks ago where they used to the hold on you're just two o'clock president trump from from my credit yeah what president trump to a continued to the cuts to that title ten funds for Planned Parenthood correct and and that was a big victory but there is additional funding beyond the kind of title ten funds that can be cut federal funds that can be cut to Planned Parenthood and and that's even outside of Medicaid funds I estimate roughly twenty percent of federal funds outside of Medicaid and title ten funds could I could be cut from Planned Parenthood and and and this would basically the money coming from like it's a test yes department of agriculture a homeland security housing urban development justice where there's I mean there is many many tens of millions of dollars that can be cut from Planned Parenthood and I let that possibly even a greater greater amount than the title ten funds you're gonna get out you're gonna lose our listeners attention okay Raffi yeah the the point is taken and I'll just add one more thing to you'll contribution and thank you for that article only wanted met this yeah some very very good things are happening at HHS remember that would I used given crack give your opponent something shiny to look at over there while you're doing the really important stuff over here I don't think I've undermined anybody but yeah I'm just on the phone on the big picture can we just I know a lot of you are impatient Hillary uranium one server gate Russia collusion real Russia collusion I get it but can we just stop for a second and get a sense of perspective with regards to what has been achieved in two and a half years after the eight years of insanity of Yubari ministration really can we just get a handle on that reality because it truly is absolutely stunning and it has to be understood this is covering while Ste we have a ton of true magazine porters and Matthew believers in the administration across the department's it is absolutely overwhelmingly impressive thank you ready for your great cold and I think by the end of the second trump administration there will be no federal funding for.

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