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"vince eddie" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast

Shutdown Fullcast

04:03 min | 4 months ago

"vince eddie" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast

"Never lived up to his shadow which also where they also wrote into the script similar height similar build. And we're all just like off would never have done that shit walker was finding the skinny guy. Yes he was totally fine. I would also add one more thing. Mike f nine scott michael rooker michael rooker value add wherever. He's at addition. Yeah sorry yeah so you go. Ramsey luda and tirees eighth no absolutely. How did you know my sentence. Because i know what you're i had that same thought. But she makes they had all this romantic tension. Then it went away now. They travel everywhere to. Is this what people think of us. Yes probably okay. Yeah the other thing. I will add that. I appreciate about number is ramsey from from a flex perspective charlene. Darren clearly said. I will come back for this movie. I'm doing one day in one location side. Shirley stare into me is not. I know she's an academy award winner at shirley's tehran is not a big enough star to me where she can be that effective without amount of screen time. No but i appreciate that. She was like one nor does she have enough novelty. Where you're like. Hey charlie farren distracted by her haircut. It doesn't work was that it doesn't work and it doesn't add that much the movie but just from her and her agents perspective. I'm like what fucking good move. I really liked the oligarch prints. Tim a lot. Yeah yeah it's just very strange setting up to if fast. Ten is the final movie as vince. Eddie prominent belts. Everyone's going out for that. Because they failed me when they failed to call it fast and furious. I will never fucking forgive them. Everyone's this ask. You're not better than me Everyone wants fast x. Furious for this one hundred if we do that. Then we can bring in vin diesels the triple x universe sir. I wanna your servers seven or nine i. Yeah okay so. I've been muted for most of this because i have not seen so i i've been working my anything and i don't know anything that's happened because i'm very good at work in this volume so our next so it is going to be another hour and a half of just us assets. We've just put in an effortless fifty minutes. Yeah i gotta say like i'm disappointed. I haven't seen it Really didn't think i was going to look so forward to seeing it But i think it would have a tough time topping seven just because seven is so beautiful and driving points out cry arguably the best move moment in the entire. Yeah virtually cry. I was totally moved emotionally. I thought that they were super respectful with the way they handled that whole situation that he said and now that i know that that is also the one where they jump out of planes in cars and also do the. They do the to the skyscrapers That that whole fucking sequence and dubai feels like it was twelve movies ago which means i forgot to talk about. How bad ronda rousey also fight with rouses horrendous acting soon as soon as having owned like she makes gina khurana look like she has depth and resonance better unit just reminded me that gina koran was in these as well which is unfortunate. Like they put ronda rousey and all that's really bad and they brought gina koran. But you know where. Ron arousal you have one scene. And there's gina carano dr good job and just getting ronda rousey to be ronda rousey yeah that's that's always the play. They had her say words. And that's always a problem for me as a moviegoer takes they.

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"vince eddie" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:29 min | 5 months ago

"vince eddie" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"The question of <Speech_Male> if soko and vans <Speech_Male> eighty were actually. Guilty <Speech_Male> is a very different <Speech_Male> question than if they <Silence> received a fair trial. <Speech_Male> Upton <Speech_Male> sinclair came <Speech_Male> to boston vehemently. <Speech_Male> Sure that soko <Speech_Male> and vince. Eddie were innocent. <Speech_Male> As <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> he began interviewing people <Speech_Male> to write his book <Speech_Male> he began to have <Speech_Male> doubts about their innocence. <Speech_Male> After <Speech_Male> their execution <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> he spoke privately <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> with their defense <Silence> <Advertisement> attorney. 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Were run <Speech_Male> in nineteen sixty one. <Speech_Male> After the technology <Speech_Male> had improved which <Speech_Male> indicated that the <Speech_Male> bullets which killed the men <Speech_Male> came from sacco's <Speech_Male> gun. <Speech_Male> None of this information <Speech_Male> could have been used <Speech_Male> in a trial as <Speech_Male> it's all hearsay. And <Speech_Male> the confessions of his <Speech_Male> lawyer was a violation <Speech_Male> of attorney client privilege <Speech_Male> even <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> if it happened after the <Silence> <Advertisement> death of his client <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> in the <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> end <SpeakerChange> the sako <Speech_Male> and vans eddie case <Speech_Male> is a troubling one. 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"vince eddie" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:01 min | 5 months ago

"vince eddie" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"The show notes. The trial of nicholas okoh bartolomeu events at he is one of the most significant moments that the legal history of the united states in the twentieth century. The trial became a divisive issue in american and world politics. And what you thought of the guilt or innocence of sacco and vans had more to do with the political beliefs at the time. Then it did with the actual merits of the case before we get into the case itself. It's necessary to understand the climate in which the case took place in one thousand nine hundred nine. There was a series of anarchist bombings in the united states. In april three dozen bombs were sent via the postal system to various political and law enforcement officers across the country. The packages were designed to explode after being opened however they were mostly ineffective in june another series of bombings took place again targeting judges politicians and law enforcement officials. The bombings were organized by italian. Immigrant and anarchist luigi delaney delaney believed that murder and assassination were necessary to overthrow government institutions in june bombings. Each explosive device was delivered with a note which read quote war class war. And you were the first to wage it under the cover of the powerful institutions. You call order in the darkness your laws. There will have to be bloodshed. We will not dodge. There will have to be murder. We will kill because it is necessary. There'll be destruction. We will destroy to rid the world of your torrential institutions unquote. There was one person in particular who is the target of both bombing attempts won a mitchell palmer attorney general of the united states. He instituted what became known as the palmer raids which were targeted at anarchists and communists most of whom were italian or eastern european immigrants. Luigi delaney's organization. What's considered at the top of the government's list of dangerous enemies. Soko and vince eddie. Both known anarchists and followers of delaney. The crime itself took place on april fifteenth..

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"vince eddie" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"vince eddie" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Sanders is one of the leading contenders again with new ideas like letting people in jail vote, you know, murders. Rapists Medicare for all, you know, including legal aliens. He is taking advantage of the new socialist. Wave bubbling up from the potheads and the drug addicts amongst the youth of democrat party. Did you know that one hundred or so years ago, our country was battling a socialist takeover similar to what we are facing today? Many of you don't know this the issues in the teens and the twentieth of the nineteen and the nineteen twenty s are very similar to today. The campaigns were being run on fair wages for labor benefits for veterans regulation of immigration treaties with much of the world race, riots in major cities, and yes, there were even terror attacks that were issues in the nineteen twenty election. The other similarity was that there was a socialist movement trying to take over the government. You see the roots of the g that tried to oppose us did not just emerge in the nineteen sixties. They go back over a century. Does the name Eugene Debs strike a chord with you Eugene Debs was an Indiana labor? Organizer does that sound like a community organizer to anyone listening? Eugene Debs embrace socialism, the socialist party standard bearer for five elections and believe me, he was not a marginal player in nineteen twelve. He got six percent of the vote, and yet his last campaign, gone at him, the Elia million votes, when the population was obviously much smaller, you see Russia's Bolshevik revolution. And adorn of communism was that exciting experiment that many in this nation. Soy is quite compelling. Eugene Debs took the message to the streets in the form of strikes and fighting for quote worker's rights. Did you know that in one thousand nine hundred nineteen there was one of the biggest race riots in Chicago over the legend false arrest of a black man is that of a white man for murder the conduct of the white police force was being criticized during and after the riots black lives matter ring of note to anyone. Have you ever heard the name Sacco and Vince, Eddie socialism's now revived itself in America on the Hillary Clinton? This is not the first time America's face the socialist takeover. You're getting today on the program is a good lesson. It's a very good history lesson, and we'll continue with. Have you ever heard the name Sacco and Vince Eddie? These were radical socialists, who followed an Italian anarchist. Luigi Galliani, who formed a group that was bent on carrying out, terror bombings and assassinations right here in America. Well, that's what sacrament ovens ETI carried out and they were arrested and executed for doing it. They, they blew up Wall Street killed a lot of people and the word bomb thrower was attached to where you're going to believe this to Italians for years after that. Did you know that, that it was in the common parlance, bomb throw is because these people were talion now speed forward? Although it was teddy Roosevelt, who started the progressive movement, and Woodrow Wilson. It was sympathetic to socialist ideas. It was not until Hillary's role model. Franklin Delano Roosevelt appeared that centralized top down government powers, put into place. Franklin Delano Roosevelt. The I of the left had a closet full of advisers. Some of whom secretly met with Joseph Stalin the dictator to study the communist experiment. And then he started his own brand of centralized top down government on the US economy. He took advantage of an economic crisis by creating public works programs on the order of what Stalin was doing in Russia. In fact, Hitler did the same thing in Germany to jump start the German economy. Did you know that? Did you know that? That's how Hitler wanted won the popular vote. It wasn't that as politics of racism were so popular with the German, people, it was that, that they were stabbed in the back in World War. One. They lost an awful lot of land that never should have been taken from them after world. War, one, the league of nations, who started World War Two, but as a result of crippling, the Germans with reparations the German people needed. Some of the come along to restore their economy Hitler was the man he did it. He did it through public works projects the only difference between what Hitler did. And what Stalin did. And even what FDR did with the public money was they actually built things they built bridges..

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"vince eddie" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"vince eddie" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Sanders is one of the leading contenders again with new ideas like letting people in jail vote, you know, murders and rapists Medicare for all, you know, including legal aliens. He is taking advantage of the new socialist. Wave bubbling up from the heads and the drug addicts amongst the youth of democrat party. Did you know that one hundred or so years ago, our country was battling a socialist takeover similar to what we are facing today? Many of you don't notice the issues in the teens and the twenties of the nineteen and the nineteen twenty s are very similar today. The campaigns were being run on fair wages for labor benefits for veterans regulation of immigration treaties with much of the world race, riots in major cities, and yes, there were even terror attacks that were issues in the nineteen twenty election. The other similarity was that there was a socialist movement trying to take over the government. You see the roots of the g that try to oppose us did not just emerge in the nineteen sixties. They go back over a century. Does the name Eugene Debs strike a chord with you Eugene Debs was an Indiana labor organizer? There's that sound like a community organizer to anyone listening. Eugene Debs embrace, socialism was the socialist party standard era for five elections and believe me, he was not a marginal player in nineteen twelve. He got six percent of the vote, and yet his last campaign, gone at Amelia million votes when the population was obviously much smaller, you see Russia's Bolshevik revolution. Dawn of communism wasn't exciting experiment, that many in this nation. Soy is quite compelling. Eugene Debs took the message to the streets in the form of strikes and fighting for quote worker's rights. Did you know that in one thousand nine hundred nineteen there was one of the biggest race riots in Chicago over the legend false arrest of a black man is that of a white man for murder the conduct of the white police force was being criticized during and after the riots black lives matter ring of note to anyone. Have you ever heard the name? Sacco invents, Eddie socialism's now revived itself in America on the Hillary Clinton. This is not the first time America's face the socialist takeover and what you're getting today on the program is a good lesson. It's a very good history lesson, and we'll continue with it. Have you ever heard the name Sacco and Vince Eddie? These were radical socialists, who followed an Italian Anna kissed, Luigi Galliani, who formed the group that was bent on carrying out, Tara, bombings in a sassy nations right here in America. Well, that's what Sacco inventory carried out and they were arrested and executed for doing it. They, they blew up Wall Street killed a lot of people and the word bomb thrower was attached to where you're going to believe this to attach for years after that. Did you know that, that it was in the common parlance, bomb throw is because these people were talion now speed forward? Although it was teddy Roosevelt, who started the progressive movement, and Woodrow Wilson. It was sympathetic to socialist ideas. It was not until Hillary's role model. Franklin Delano Roosevelt appeared that centralized top down government Powell was put into place. Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the icon on the left had a closet full of advisers. Some of whom secretly met with Joseph Stalin the dictator to study the communist experiment. And then he started his own brand of centralized top down government on the US Konami. He took advantage of economic crisis by creating public works programs on the order of what Stalin was doing in Russia. In fact, Hitler did the same thing in Germany to jump start the German economy. Did you know that? Did you know that? That's how Hitler one won the popular vote. It wasn't that as politics of racism were so popular with the German, people, it was that, that they were stabbed in the back in World War. One. They lost an awful lot of land that never should have been taken from them after World War, One the league of nations has started World War Two, but as a result of crippling, the Germans with reparations the German people needed some of the come along to restore their economy, and Hitler was the man he did it. He did it through public works projects. The only difference between what Hitler did. And what Stalin did, and even what FDR dead with the public money was they actually built things they built bridges..

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"vince eddie" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

06:40 min | 2 years ago

"vince eddie" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"You may recall way back in what was it nineteen sixty one invaded Cuba and everybody was totally convinced. The cash does the worst guy in the world all the Cuban people to rise up in rebellion against Bellagio forgot that he educated the kids gave them healthcare, totally transformed society. But just because Reagan dislikes, these people to stop meet the state that the people in their own nations feel the same way. How do you find the sincerity of Sandinista leaders? I was impressive. I was impressed. Like all of this is a very gentle very loving of. What Tiga does an impressive guy the cardinal of this funny, looking bags great hair? And he really does remind you of the hippie. Did you have suggestions for them how they could organize their PR a little bit more effectively. I mean, it's yes, I mean the point that I tried to make many of the people that I spoke to is. They're getting killed in the American media. They connect to be Reagan and his people closest they only waves. Plus Reagan the media every time Reagan gives them a photo opportunity thousands. Thank you, Mr President. Thank you very much for telling us another lie. You know, the Media Plus not allowed to ask questions of president. That's. And you know, Mike who what is that? They are not getting the message of what they trying to do out to the American people on this question about that. And they just don't have that kind of sophistication to understand how to manipulate media as the White House has dozens of people were trained they trained and well paid people who professional manipulators in the media that have their context and CBS and NBC ABC. That's what they're doing very very well, takers, president of the country of three million people have probably one television station have no sophistication of as when you press conferences that the media can't even us here in the United States. This is the one time, you know, there's a whole science around us which are not aware if they have contacts now with a public relations firm in the United States, and they're trying to improve it. But the main point is I think they have got the very greatly improved. Their ability to communicate with the average American. That's what I said. Well, of course today Bernie Sanders is one of the leading contenders again with new ideas, like letting people in jail vote, you know, murders and rapists Medicare for all, you know, including a legal aliens he is taking advantage of the new socialist wave bubbling up from the pot heads and the drug addicts amongst the youth of the democrat party. Did you know that one hundred or so years ago our country was battling a socialist takeover sell similar to what we are facing today? Many of you don't know this the issues in the teens and the twenties of the nineteen and nineteen twenty s are very similar today. The campaigns were being run on fair wages for labor benefits for veterans regulation of immigration treaties with much of the world race riots in major cities. And yes, there were even terror attacks that were issues in the nineteen twenty election. The other similarity was that there was a socialist movement. Trying to take over the government. You see the roots of the that tried to oppose us did not just emerging the nineteen sixties. They go back over a century. Does the name Eugene Debs strike a chord with you Eugene Debs was an Indiana labor. Organizer does that sound like a community organizer to anyone listening? Eugene Debs embrace socialism, the socialist party standard bearer for five elections. And believe me he was not a marginal player in one thousand nine hundred twelve he got six percent of the vote and yet his last campaign gonnit Amelia million votes when the population was obviously much small you see Russia's Bolshevik revolution. And adorn of communism wasn't exciting experiment that many in this. They should soy is quite compelling. Eugene Debs took the message to the streets in the form of strikes and fighting for quote worker's rights. Did you know that in one thousand nine hundred nineteen there was one of the biggest race riots in Chicago over the legend false arrest of a black man is that of a white man for murder. The conduct of the white police force was being criticized during an after the riots black lives matter ring of note to anyone have you heard the name Sacco and Vince Eddie socialism's now revived itself in America on the Hillary Clinton. This is not the first time America's face the socialist takeover. What you? Getting today on the program is a good lesson. It's a very good history lesson, and we'll continue with have you ever heard the name Sacco and Vince, Eddie. These were radical socialists who followed an Italian anarchist. Luigi Galliani who formed the group that was bent on carrying out, Tara bombings and assassinations right here in America. Well, that's what sacrament ovens eighty carried out. And they were arrested executed for doing it. They they blew up. Wall Street killed a lot of people and the word bomb thrower was attached to where you're going to believe this to Italians for years after that. Did you know that that it was in the common parlance bomb throw is because these people were talion now speed forward. Although it was teddy Roosevelt who started the progressive movement and Woodrow Wilson, it was sympathetic to socialist ideas. It was not until Hillary's role model. Franklin Delano Roosevelt appeared that centralized top down. Government Powell was put into place. Franklin Delano Roosevelt. The I kind of the left had a closet full of advisers some of whom secretly met with Joseph Stalin, the dictator to study, the communist experiment, and then he started his own brand of centralized top down government on the US economy. He took advantage of an economic crisis by creating public works programs on the order of what Stalin was doing in Russia. In fact, Hitler did the same thing in Germany to jump start the German economy. Did you know that did you know that that's how Hitler one won the popular vote? It wasn't that as politics of racism were so popular with the German people. It was that that they were stabbed in the back in World War. One. They lost an awful lot of land that never should have been taken from them after World War One the league of nations who started World War Two. But as a result of crippling, the Germans with reparations, the German people needed someone to come along to restore their economy and Hitler was the man he did it. He did it through public works projects. The only difference between what Hitler did and what Stalin did. And even what the did with the public money was they actually built things they built bridges..

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"vince eddie" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"vince eddie" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Of course today Bernie Sanders is one of the leading contenders again with new ideas, like letting people in jail vote, you know, murders and rapists Medicare for all, you know, including a legal aliens he is taking advantage of the new socialist wave bubbling up from the heads and the drug addicts amongst the youth of the democrat party. Did you know that one hundred or so years ago our country was battling a socialist takeover sell similar to what we are facing today? Many of you don't notice the issues in the teens and the twentieth of the nineteen and the nineteen twenty s are very similar to today. The campaigns were being run on fair wages for labor benefits for veterans regulation of immigration treaties with much of the world race riots in major cities. And yes, there were even terror attacks that were issues in the nineteen twenty election. The other similarity was that there was a socialist movement. Trying to take over the government. You see the roots of the that try to oppose us did not just emerge in the nineteen sixties. They go back over a century. Does the name Eugene Debs strike a chord with you Eugene Debs was an Indiana labor. Organizer does that sound like a community organizer to anyone listening? Eugene Debs embrace socialism was the socialist party standard bearer for five elections. And believe me he was not a marginal player in nineteen twelve. He got six percent of the vote and yet his last campaign gone at him nearly a million votes when the population was obviously much smaller you see Russia's Bolshevik revolution. And adorn of communism wasn't exciting experiment that many in this nation. Saw is quite compelling. Eugene Debs took the message to the streets in the form of strikes and fighting for quote worker's rights. Did you know that in one thousand nine hundred nineteen there was one of the biggest race riots in Chicago over the legend false arrest of a black man instead of a white man for murder, the conduct of the white police force was being criticized during and after the riots black lives matter ring, him note to anyone. Have you heard the name Sacco invents Eddie socialism's now revived itself in America on the Hillary Clinton? This is not the first time America's face the socialist takeover. I'm what you're getting today on the program is a good lesson. It's a very good history lesson, and we'll continue with have you ever heard the name Sacco? And Vince, Eddie, these were radical socialists who followed an Italian anarchist. Luigi Galliani who formed a group that was bent on carrying out, Tara bombings and assassinations right here in America. Well, that's what Sacco invinci- carried out and they were arrested and executed for doing it. They they blew up. Wall Street killed a lot of people and the word bomb thrower was attached to where you're going to believe this to Italians for years after that. Did you know that that it was in the common parlance bomb throw is because these people were attacking now speed Ford, although it was teddy Roosevelt who started the progressive movement and Woodrow Wilson, it was sympathetic to socialist. Ideas. It was not until Hillary's role model. Franklin Delano Roosevelt appeared that centralized top down. Government powers put into place. Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the icon on the left had a closet full of advisers, some of whom secretly met with Joseph Stalin, the dictator to study, the communist experiment, and then he started his own brand of centralized top down government on the US economy. He took advantage of an economic crisis by creating public works programs on the order of what Stalin was doing in Russia. In fact, Hitler did the same thing in Germany to jump start the German economy. Did you know that did you know that that's how Hitler one won the popular vote? It wasn't that as politics of racism were so popular with the German people. It was that that they were stabbed in the back in World War One. They lost an awful lot of land that never should have been taken from them after World War One the league of nations who started World War Two. But as a result of crippling, the Germans with reparations, the German people needed someone to come along to restore their economy and Hitler was the man he did it. He did it through. Public works projects. The only difference between what Hitler did and what Stalin did and even what FDR dead with the public money was they actually built things they built bridges.

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"vince eddie" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

10:06 min | 2 years ago

"vince eddie" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"So let's begin with the Twitter shadow ban banning, Michael Savage might be next. I have an article written by Amanda Metzger who was a new writer for Michael Savage dot com. She's a reporter journalist he was also linked on the great Newsmax dot com by my old friend, Chris Roddy, who I've known for over twenty years, and I'm very happy. He's the lone ranger left in the media. And he has the air the president, by the way, he's the last one left in the media who actually links me, and that is Twitter, shadow bands, Michael Savage. You might be next. You can go to Newsmax and read it on there. I'm gonna play you some sound here as the owner manager of Twitter Jack Dorsey when he was called before congress to talk about shadow banning conservatives, and he answered in a very up to fashion as you would expect from a man who only one meal a day. Jumps into a cold ice bath after a hotbed and doesn't eat on the weekends. Listen to clip won the allegation that we may Republicans is that discriminatory against us against the Republicans. Your post says well, there was some democrat politicians too. So. Six hundred thousand if there were a thousand Republicans intend Democrats, it's still seems somewhat bias if it's fifty fifty then that's a whole different ball. What we we agree that the result was not impartial. And that is why we we corrected and fixed. So you do agree that there were more Republicans and Democrats that, but I I do have it both ways. It's either fifty fifty or one side is disproportionately affected in the allegation is that the more Republicans were affected. We don't always have the best methods to determine who is a Republican. Who is a democrat. Do you discriminate more on philosophy light anti conservative versus pro liberal? Now, our our policies and our algorithms don't take an consideration. Any affiliation philosophy were viewpoint. That's hard to stomach. It wouldn't even be having this discussion if Jack Dorsey line was way through a congressional hearing. It's long overdue that the government took control of Twitter and Facebook amongst others and made them do the right thing. Now, I'm gonna prove to you beyond a reasonable doubt. And my by the way, my very good attorney, Dan Horowitz is looking at the suing Twitter. I'll tell you that right now, I'm telling you point blank, I'm leveling with you. I had enough of them using third world fascists. Behind screen somewhere in India, Pakistan, or wherever they hiding them shadow banning. You know, how they do it shadow banning on Twitter is a tricky practice, which users content. Suddenly disappears from news feeds and becomes less prominent, even in the fields of their most dedicated followers. It is stealth and the user isn't even notified that the algorithm views them differently. And without being placed in the newsfeed. Someone would have to seek out your Twitter page to find you. Instead of just stumbling across your tweet while strolling through their feet now in the case of Michael Savage. It became apparent this last Sunday after being temporarily blocked by Jack Dausi's facto Dems last week following the burning of Notre Dom. They didn't like me saying it was Muslims who were behind it. The fact of the matter is in the past my followers used to receive notifications of my tweets on their smartphones. They no longer receive them. I suddenly found my Paris cope live broadcast from Sunday limited in the number of yours. They've been shadow blocking me and shadow banning me. Now who's doing it who is doing it? Why does it matter to you? Well, I'll tell you exactly who was doing it. This is what the first amendment says congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof or abridging, the freedom of speech or of the press or the right of the people peaceably to assemble and to petition the government for redress of grievances. Now, most of the workers for Mark Zuckerberg? Jack Dorsey never grew up with the first amendment. They grew up in a world where there was no I amendment, but let me give them a little lesson right now. Hope Jaques listening are gets. This this tape the first amendment does apply to the government, Jack. It's true. That Twitter is not. The government Jack. But it is an entity Jack to which we've entrusted thirty Jack. It's a twenty first century platform, Jack that we've allowed to to control the conversation, Jack, and we're getting closer Jack to the point with federal regulation of social media is inevitable. Jack, the airwaves regulated Jack in this case might please. That there are some transparency in who was banned blocked the platform. Then why I prefer no one find themselves. Silence. Like, I was now I will say to you right now. If the cause for blocking on social media is to prevent the spread of misinformation who decides what has misinformation. In Georgia wells, nineteen Eighty-four landmark book protagonist Winston Smith worked at the ministry of truth, Jack, I guess you didn't read that at high school where he doctored articles from the past at the government's whim, Jack. In other words, he said whatever we want to say, we say now the much more frightening nextstep, Jack is the platforming while they were still people think only conspiracy theorists and kooks believe in shadow banning. There is no argument that the platforming Israel. Maybe you don't care who was blocked what the platform on Twitter because you're not on Twitter. Maybe you don't agree with me anyway. And maybe seeing my tweets and posts ruin your day. But if you don't stand up from me now, you won't have a voice to come to your defense when are silenced tomorrow. Well, I move onto another topic. Did you know that one hundred or so years ago our country was battling a socialist takeover sell similar to what we are facing today? Many of you don't notice the issues in the teens and the twenties of the nineteen and the nineteen twenties are very similar today. The campaigns being run on fair wages for labor benefits for veterans regulation of immigration treaties with much of the world race riots in major cities. And yes, there were even terror attacks that were issues in the nineteen twenty election. The other similarity was that there was a socialist movement. Trying to take over the government. You see the roots of the that Barack and Hillary are trying to oppose us did not just emerged in the nineteen sixties. They go back over a century. Does the name Eugene Debs strike a chord with you Eugene Debs was an Indiana labor. Organizer? Does that sound like a community organizer to anyone listening Eugene Debs embrace socialism, the socialist party standard era for five elections? And believe me he was not a marginal player in nineteen twelve. He got six percent of the vote and yet his last campaign, gonnit Amelia million votes. When the population was obviously, much smaller you see Russia's Bolshevik revolution. At dawn of communism was exciting experiment that many in this nation. So as quite compelling Eugene Debs took the message to the streets in the form of strikes and fighting for quote worker's rights. Did you know that a nineteen nineteen? There was one of the biggest race riots in Chicago over the legend false arrest of a black man is that of a white man for murder. The conduct of the white police force was being criticized during an after the riots black lives matter ring of note to anyone have you heard the name Sacco invents Eddie socialism's now revived itself in America. This is not the first time America's face the socialist takeover. I'm what you getting today on the program is a good lesson. It's a very good history lesson, and we'll continue with have you ever heard the name Sacco, Vince, Eddie? These were radical socialists who followed an Italian anarchist. Luigi Galliani who formed the group that was bent on carrying out, Tara bombings and assassinations right here in America. Well, that's what Sacco inventory carried out and they were arrested in executed for doing it. They blew up Wall Street killed a lot of people and the word bomb thrower was attached to that. You're going to believe this to attachments for years after that. Did you know that it was in the common parlance bomb throw is because these people were attachment now speed Ford. Although it was teddy Roosevelt started the progressive movement and Woodrow Wilson was sympathetic to socialist ideas. It was not until Hillary's role model. Franklin Delano Roosevelt appeared that centralized top down. Government powers put into place. Franklin Delano Roosevelt. The I kind of the left had a closet full of advisers some of whom secretly met with Joseph Stalin, the dictator to study, the communist experiment, and then he started his own brand of centralized top down government on the US economy. He took advantage of economic crisis by creating public works programs on the order of what Stalin was doing in Russia. In fact, Hitler did the same thing in Germany to jump start the German economy. Did you know that did you know that that's how Hitler one won the popular vote? It wasn't. That is politics of racism were so popular with the German people. It was that that they were stabbed in the back in World War. One. They lost an awful lot of land that never should have been taken from them after World War One the league of Asians who started World War Two. But as a result of crippling, the Germans with reparations, the German people needed some of the come along to restore their economy and Hitler was the man he did it. He did it through public works projects. The only difference between what Hitler did and what Stalin did and even what FDR dead with the public money was they actually built things they built bridges..

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"vince eddie" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

12:25 min | 3 years ago

"vince eddie" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"I mean, everybody, I think is a lot of hysteria Harold about this, and and and not to say that there isn't a threat from Islamic extremism. But we you know, when you look at it, and what's really going on. I mean, I and it is scary stuff. It's unknown. It's this these these jihadists and all this stuff. That's it scares up. But I remember reading stuff about the Italian terrorists the anarchists in the United States Sako and Vince, Eddie and all the and then and then, you know, during World War Two these were all the Jewish communists that were coming here. And the and the fear of these bombing maniacs. And of course, we wouldn't let the Jews in into this country. So I think there's a lot. You know, and and some of its well-founded there's fear from the unknown from extremists. But I think they're people that take advantage of that fear, and you know, played into their own economic advantage. Well, at which point why don't we let the see what the world will be as it goes forward. And Robert just keep us posted. How old are you posted a very interesting subject because host your logical issues of very very powerful as we just been hearing. I I think we could have another discussion about this. But I just like to rally as you say by saying that another negative effect that Britain happened leaving the European Union. Is affecting both BMW, Volkswagen and Mercedes Benz and. That is going to be a huge number of jobs are going to be jeopardized. In Germany starting is around one hundred thousand jobs in Germany may well, go as a result of Britain, not reaching an agreement all reaching an agreement. So which other way, it's going to affect people very seriously on both sides of the great British Chambal. So it was a subject, which I'm sure I'll be reporting on together. Okay. Maybe maybe they won't by BMW Mercedes by Cadillac and Lincoln. That'd be a beautiful. Well, Robert, don't worry president will come over there and teach them how to make a deal. Okay. Have a good day, Robert place. Catch up with the all next week. Okay. Thank you, much right up. Tony you'd like to talk to herald Mandel so go forward with your question. Hi, how would how are you? My name is Tony and we have to Sinatra's which one. My husband was driving is just died and sees so I gave him my Sinatra to Joyce while he was going over the cross Bronx expressway, the cost all doubt tweet times. And luckily over the bridge, and we made it to the the station. They are fixing my husband's car. They called me yesterday and told me to pick up my car, my car's okay all test. I said I really don't want to pick up a car that my husband got stuck going over the bridge. We sold out. I don't feel. It's safe to drive, and I did check. What sites the NHTSA put out Vietnamese? And they both need new engines and new under warranty. He says, well, we're not gonna do that. I don't know what to do. Now. I have a call. That's not safe one is. So we're down to cars. They gave us a loaner. They won't get everything. For me. What's the next step? What what year are these costs? Two thousand thirteen. Yeah. You're a hundred percent, right. On the secret recall or silent, we go. They are replacing those engines I had one about two years ago in Hyundai store or here ago, we sold to a customer and the engine sees right complained from when they first started buying these costs two thousand twelve and thirteen that something is wrong. You know, they call it sludge that. It was a result of the customer not changing his oil. And I just couldn't believe it. So many of them. So many companies didn't change their oil. So. Right. They have sat sports is called back from from us. They. They didn't bother to change the engine. They gave us money. And and and that was great. Very happy about that. You definitely have. You have a problem that you need to to take to them most pay to another dealer because they are changing their engines, changing, these engines, they come and give you a remand engine and. And. They did have a problem. So keep keep keep consistent persistent. Tara. They said they'll give my husband engine, which has I'm doin' only for twenty thousand miles. He says if you had a new car, you will get an engine with more more warranty. I said, well, we talk about cars let we take care of. 'cause I think that they shouldn't determine how long did you drive your car for Tony? Going to better engine older car. But more mileage you get less of a warranty. Kinda don't think that's very fair. Tony let let me make. A thought here. You're right. Hyundai did have some problems. It turns out their problems were in the manufacturing of the gen. Metal filings were never purged from the engine properly, and it caused the problem and evidently that problem manifested itself in your husband's car, but the when he started driving your car had stalled on the cross Bronx expressway, I think what they their feeling is that that stalling had absolutely nothing to do with the with the fundamental engine. In other words, this problem that they are experiencing is not happening on the other car. So there is no reason to change the engine, but you're. It's not recall that that's not really the right way to describe it. If if your engine experiences, this catastrophic failure due to this manufacturing defect. They'll give you another engine. Agreed. But if your engine experiences, another problem not related to this. They're certainly not going to replace the engine in an effort to fix that problem. So. Out. Sorry. What we do every day people bring his cars that are experiencing problems, and we fixed them and sometimes. I understood wanted to take the car I understand that as well. But again, I think what you're looking at is how come that one's not getting a new engine? And I think the answer to that is because it doesn't need a new engine. It needs to be repaired. There's something wrong with it. I'll we I think we all agree. But that one doesn't need a new engine it. That's what I'm saying have no idea. Okay. What's wrong with that? I hate to be driving again. Well, my on the means. That means you're in the wrong place. Right. Where do you live? I wouldn't Seaford Seaford Seaford. I think I know a guy. Tony, Eric, Tony say, a loaded, Jerry Jerry about this. That's why I told her to keep keep it clean. Don't have one cousin talk on the phone. That would be cut. Okay. Tony. So right. So Tony something's wrong with one of the hyundais that no one knows what it is that pretty much is what's happening. But that's the callback. Lifts ready to the engines. And they. It six week calls on it. They said they fixed the week. Call the cost to drive things can happen. Things can happen. I use my car to go to work. Tony there's there's a little problem with all of this ability to understand and reach out for information that exists out there that someone like you goes onto the internet and absolutely terrifies themselves. They're looking at all these things and you're coming to conclusions from things that you read. But unfortunately, you just a little better skill. I think the problem. My husband the car that eat my car. He was driving down the Bronx expressway. No, I get it. But you're you're searching the internet for recalls, and this and that I believe that what's happening to that. Hyundai has nothing to do. With a recall has nothing to do with anything. You're reading on the internet. It's just a car right down. Put the VIN number. And I went on the website of the NHTSA and they put your number. Coaching for my husband's caught died and my car sold out. Of course, I wanna see if going on in my shop. Now, I'm getting more and more people coming in and telling me what's wrong with their car. And you know, I've been doing this for forty years and only in the past couple of years these people come in. And they're telling me how to fix the car. They're not telling me what's wrong with it. And I asked them how do you know this and and ninety nine times out of one hundred because the internet told themselves now, I don't know whether that's right or wrong. But it's a little different than the way. We've always repaired cars. So all Jerry, whatever he tells me, I. I couldn't contact them to. I knew all I've always told me, I think I think the point that that seems China make is I mean there may be recalls on on your vehicle, and they may have something, and they they sh- they should be addressed. Whether that's going to solve your problem of the car breaking down on the on the cross Bronx expressway, stalling out is a completely different issue. So in other words, if you're trying to fix if you're trying to get them to make good on recalls that apply to your car. That's one thing. And I just went on the website here. And I saw one eight hundred six three three five one five one which Thon day customer service for those recalls on the two thousand thirteen Hyundai's. So you should be calling that number, but that I already have a case number. Okay. Good. So, but that I think the point that tends trying to drive home to you is that they make do the recalls, but that may not necessarily solve the problem of the car stalling out on the cross Bronx expressway because it could be something completely different. So. So. When you when you get to run does the engine smoke. No. Now you to get a new engine? It's going to have to exhibit properties internally of the engine. Yeah. I know my husband is calling. I. I start to smoke and then make low kaput. You don't really figured that. I would make it to a little bit older. I wrote want to experience the smoking part, you.

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"vince eddie" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

13:25 min | 3 years ago

"vince eddie" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Of borders, language, culture. And here he is stop massive stereo, Michael Savage. Anti semitism has no place in the United States. Congress. Congressman Omar is terrible. What she said. And I think she should either resign from congress or she she certainly resigned from the house foreign affairs committee what she said is so deep seated in our heart that her lame apology. And that's what it was. It was lame. And she didn't mean a word of it was just not appropriate. I think she should resign from congress. Frankly. You know, some days I wake up, and my heart aches so much from what this country has become under the far left. You may think that occasional cortex is a laughable chick. You may think the Muslim Omar is just a hateful lame brained congresswoman, well, both of those statements are certainly true. But if you've studied history, and I mean modern history not ancient history. You'll see where fanatics like this have led societies before they didn't start by saying slaughter the middle class. They didn't start by saying lock up the middle class. They didn't start by saying lockup, the rich. They started in a very mild manner usually to save the environment that even Hitler was an environmentalist. Did you know that I bet you didn't even know that. I bet you didn't know that Hitler railed against the destruction of the fatherland by industrialists. You didn't know that? Did you? Hitler was a green. Now. That's not something you're gonna learn at Harvard. I don't know what you learn at Harvard anymore. But you don't learn reality. You don't have to go any further than studying the Red Brigades or the Kamerhe Rouge, the chimera Rouge in Cambodia were very much like this occasional cortex, and Omar. Especially like, the occasional cortex types. What this mild-mannered Marxist did Pol Pot, and I'll repeat it over and over again because it's very important as a lesson than human history. Pol Pot was the leader of Cambodia. He was a mild mannered. Professor. He went to Paris study Marxism. He came back, and he was so enamored with Marxism that he started slowly to institute Marxist policies in Cambodia, and one of the first things he did guess what he seized all the guns from the people of Cambodia their picture showing this at checkpoints listened to what I said one of the first things the predecessor of the cortex is and the others like her did was seized guns. They they didn't go through the legislature day, just use martial artist sees the guns, and once they made the population helpless. What did they do they vilified teachers doctors lawyers engineers anyone with glasses, which considered a counter-revolutionary? They elevated the peasant they made the peasant they made the downtrodden the peasant the oppressed, the new revered class in Cambodia, and what happened next they worked the doctors. Teachers lawyers social workers accountants. In slave labor camps. And then they wholesale killed them. You may remember a movie for the nineteen eighties and titled the killing fields, maybe, you know, some Cambodians lift through this. Maybe you think it's a joke. It all started with the new left in Cambodia. It started with the Kamerhe Rouge twelve year old brutes they gave scarves to the twelve year old killers of Cambodia to bully the middle class those with wear glasses. The same was done, by the way prior to that in Russia. Yeah. The Russians Russians did a to during the Russian revolution. Every time. The left takes over millions of people die or hundreds of thousands of people die. And if you think that this laughable girl from wherever she is is benign you're mistaken. She's extremely dangerous. And I'm so proud that our president stood up to the other hater and congress. Ms, Omar, MS Omar the Somali born hater. I wouldn't mind if she wore a head scarf and she had love in her heart. I wouldn't mind if she were a head scarf and brought some of the teachings of Islam about peace to congress. Instead, she brought some of the most vile Jewish hating rhetoric. Congress has ever heard. And so what I say to you is we're living through very very dangerous times right now, and these people need to be called out, and they need to be thrown out before it is too late. Now, I have some wonderful sound that other stories for you. Today unions have finally turned on cortex is new deal, which is one of the best stories of the day. We've been waiting for this to happen. Yes. You heard me the unions. Some of the biggest trade unions in the United States of America have turned on these psychopaths warning that the new green deal or the green new deal may lead to poverty. Labor unions said that members are worried about putting food on the table. It finally happened and it's happening from big unions. The United mine workers association, which includes eighty thousand members represents not only coal miners and clean, coal technicians. But also manufacturing workers healthcare workers corrections officers in both the US and Canada. They totally oppose the rhetoric and the plans of the democrat party. We know conservatives have criticized these psychopaths eliminating air. Travel trains across oceans, we know they're crazy. But the deadly crazy. So the United mine workers has now come out against them, and they represent eighty thousand people. But then there's another union a yoga union, laborers international union of North America, laborers international union of North America. Now, these left-wing groups Leona. And they said we will never settle for just transition language as a resolution to the job losses that will surely come from some of the policies in the resolution. He means or she means the resolution put forth by occasional cortex and the entire democrat left. Lina a construction union has how many members about five hundred thousand members five hundred thousand members and executives at another construction union, the North America's building trades union and a BTU raised similar concerns about crazy cortex, and they said union members working in the oil and gas sector can make a middle class living, whereas renewable energy firms have been less generous representatives for you MWA L I U N A T, you are all opposed to this. But even some democrat lawmakers on the left have sought to put the brakes on the green new deal. For example, the hater Senator maisy Hirano. Remember her disgraceful behaviour during the cabinet on hearings, that vicious vicious woman, the democrat from Hawaii that we had never heard from before. Even Senator crazy Hirano was unimpressed. When asked about the plans aspirations to replace airplanes with high speed rail. She said that would be pretty hard for Hawaii. I can't believe she had the common sense to say that building a train from the mainland to Hawaii that would be more than hard and even the semi senile. Nancy Pelosi finally woke up and dismissed some of this plan realizing that only wasn't insane but ill alienate, most of the middle class in the United States of America. I don't have to spell out for you. What these idiots in the green new deal are proposing? But don't laugh them off. They are our mayor Rouge. They are Red Brigades. They are by the Meinhof in skirts and right now, they're no longer in the gutters, or on college campuses because of liberalism and its tolerance there, but ushered into the halls of congress, it self never underestimate the power of those traitors when I see left this getting for Cirque and crazy at uptight and so self righteous over a word or a phrase that someone spoke, and I know history know about the slaughter of millions of people the actual slaughters of every man woman and child around the world, and I see these self-righteous deluded phonies, getting up in arms over a homophobic, slur or a racist, slur or an anti this. Lar or alleged this slur. I realized how dangerous this situation really is for those who do not know. History are condemned to repeat it, and I won those of you on the far left. No one is immune to the madness of the times once they emerge. Did you know that one hundred or so years ago our country was battling a socialist takeover sell similar to what we are facing today? Many of you don't know this the issues in the teens and the twenties those are the nineteen's and the nineteen twenty s are very similar to today. The campaigns were being run on fair wages for labor benefits for veterans regulation of immigration treaties with much of the world race riots in major cities. And yes, there were even terror attacks that were issues in the nineteen twenty election. The other similarity was that there was a socialist movement trying to take over the government. You see the roots of the g that Barack and Hillary. Are trying to oppose an us did not just emerge in the nineteen sixties. They go back over a century. Does the name Eugene Debs strike accord with you Eugene Debs was an Indiana labor. Organizer does that sound like a community organizer to anyone listening Eugene Debs embrace socialism, the socialist party standard bearer for five elections. And believe me he was not a marginal player in one thousand nine hundred twelve he got six percent of the vote and yet his last campaign gone at him the million votes when the population was obviously much smaller you see Russia's Bolshevik revolution. And adorn of communism was exciting experiment that many in this nation. Soy is quite compelling. Eugene Debs took the message to the streets in the form of strikes and fighting for quote worker's rights. Did you know that in one thousand nine hundred nineteen there was one of the biggest race riots in Chicago over the legend false arrest of a black man instead of a white man for murder, the conduct of the white. Police force was being criticized during and after the riots black lives matter ring of note to anyone have you heard the name Sacco and vans. Eddie. Socialism's now revived itself in America on the Hillary Clinton. This is not the first time America's face the socialist takeover. And what you're getting today on the program is a good lesson. It's a very good history lesson, and we'll continue with it. Have you ever heard the name Sacco and Vince, Eddie? These were radical socialists who followed an Italian anarchist. Luigi Galliani who formed the group that was bent on carrying out terror bombings and assassinations right here in America. Well, that's what sacrament Zeti carried out and they were arrested and executed for doing it. They they blew up. Wall Street killed a lot of people and the word bomb thrower was attached to where you're going to believe this to Italians for years after that. Did you know that it was in the common parlance bomb throw is because these people were Italian now speed forward. Although it was teddy Roosevelt who started the progressive movement and Woodrow Wilson, it was sympathetic to socialist ideas. It was not until Hillary's role model. Franklin Delano Roosevelt appeared that centralized top. Down government power was put into place. Franklin Delano Roosevelt. The icon on the left had a closet full of advisers, some of whom secretly met with Joseph Stalin, the dictator to study the communist experiment, and then he started his own brand of centralized top down government on the US economy. He took advantage of an economic crisis by creating public works programs on the order of what Stalin was doing in Russia. In fact, Hitler did the same thing in Germany to jump start the German economy. Did you know that did you know that that's how Hitler wanted won the popular vote? It wasn't that as politics of racism were so popular with the German people. It was that that they were stabbed in the back in World War. One. They lost an awful lot of land that never should have been taken from them after World War One. The league of nations has started World War Two. But as a result of crippling, the Germans with reparations, the German people needed someone to come along to restore their economy and Hitler was the man he did it. He did it through public works projects. The only difference between what Hitler did and what Stalin did..

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"vince eddie" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

14:07 min | 3 years ago

"vince eddie" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Home of borders language. Culture, and Harry is alter of stop mass hysteria. Michael savage. Semitism has no place in the United States. Congress. Congressman Omar is terrible. What she said. And I think she should either resign from congress or she certainly resigned from the house foreign affairs committee what she said is so deep seated in our heart that her lame apology. And that's what it was. It was lame. And she made a word of it was just not appropriate. I think she should resign from congress. Frankly. You know, some days I wake up and in my heart aches so much from what this country has become under the far left. You may think that occasional cortex is a laughable chick. You may think the Muslim Omar is just a hateful lame brain congresswoman. Well, both of those statements are certainly true. But if you've studied history, and I mean modern history not ancient history. You'll see where fanatics like this have led societies before they didn't start by saying slaughter the middle class. They didn't start by saying lock up the middle class. They didn't start by saying up the rich. They started in a very mild manner usually to save the environment. You know that even Hitler was an environmentalist. Did you know that I bet you didn't even know that. I bet you didn't know that Hitler railed against the destruction of the fatherland by industrialists. You didn't know that? Did you? Hitler was a green. Now. That's not something you're gonna learn at Harvard. I don't know what you learn at Harvard anymore. But you don't learn reality. You don't have to go any further than studying the Red Brigades or the Kamerhe Rouge, the chimera Rouge in Cambodia were very much like this occasional cortex, and Omar. Especially like, the occasional cortex types. What this mild-mannered Marxist did Pol Pot, and I'll repeat it over and over again because it's very important as a lesson in human history. Pol Pot was the leader of Cambodia. He was a mild mannered. Professor. He went to Paris. The study Marxism. He came back, and he was so enamored with Marxism that he started slowly to institute Marxist policies in Cambodia and one of the first things he did guess what he seized all the guns from the people of Cambodia. There are pictures showing this at checkpoints listened to what I said one of the first things the predecessor of the cortex is and the others like our did was seized guns. They go through the legislature. They just use martial law to seize the guns, and once they made the population helpless. What did they do they vilified? Teachers doctors lawyers engineers anyone with eyeglasses which considered a revolutionary. They elevated the peasant they made the peasant they made the downtrodden the peasant the oppressed, the new revered class in Cambodia what happened next they work, the doctors teachers lawyers social workers accountants. In slave labor camps. And then they wholesale kill them. You may remember a movie for the nineteen eighties and titled the killing fields. Maybe you know, some Cambodians lift through this. Maybe think it's a joke. It all started with the new left in Cambodia. It started with the Camaro Rouge twelve year old brutes they gave scarves to the twelve year old killers of Cambodia to bully the middle class those with wear glasses. The same was done, by the way prior to that in Russia. Yeah. The Russians Russians did a to during the Russian revolution. Every time. The left takes over millions of people die or hundreds of thousands of people die. And if you think that this laughable girl from wherever she is is benign you're mistaken. She's extremely dangerous. And I'm so proud that our president stood up to the other hater and congress. Ms, Omar, MS Omar, the Somali-born hater. I wouldn't mind if she wore a head scarf and she had love in her heart. I wouldn't mind if she wore a head scarf and brought some of the teachings of Islam about peace to congress. Instead, she brought some of the most vile Jewish hating rhetoric. Congress has ever heard. And so what I say to you is we're living through very very dangerous times right now, and these people need to be called out, and they need to be thrown out before it is too late. Now, I have some wonderful sound that other stories for you. Today unions have finally turned on cortex is new deal, which is one of the best stories of the day. We've been waiting for this to happen. Yes. You heard me the unions. Some of the biggest trade unions in the United States of America have turned on the psychopaths warning that the new green deal or the green new deal may lead to poverty labor union said that members are worried about putting food on the table. It finally happened and it's happening from big unions. The United mine workers association, which includes eighty thousand members represents not only coal miners and clean, coal technicians. But also manufacturing workers healthcare workers corrections officers in both the US and Canada. They totally oppose the rhetoric and the plans of the democrat party. We know conservatives have criticized the psychopaths eliminating air. Travel trains across oceans, we know they're crazy. But they're deadly crazy. So the United mineworkers has now come out against them, and they represent eighty thousand people. But then there's another union a huge union, laborers international union of North America, laborers international union of North America. Now, these a left-wing groups Leona. And they said we will never settle for just transition language as a resolution to the job losses that will surely come from some of the policies in the resolution. He means or she means the resolution put forth by occasional cortex and the entire democrat left. Leona? A construction union has how many members about five hundred thousand members five hundred thousand members and executives at another construction union, the North America's building trades union and a BTU raised similar concerns about crazy cortex, and they said union members working in the oil and gas sector can make a middle class living, whereas renewable energy firms have been less generous representatives for you MWA L I U N A an enemy to you are all opposed to this. But even some democrat lawmakers on the left have sought to put the brakes on the green. Oh deal. For example. The hater Senator maisy Hirano. Remember her disgraceful behaviour during the cabinet or hearings, that vicious vicious woman the democrat from Hawaii that we had never heard from before. Even Senator crazy. Geraldo was unimpressed when asked about the plans aspirations to replace airplanes with high speed rail. She said that would be pretty hard for Hawaii. I can't believe she had the common sense to say that building a train from the mainland to Hawaii that would be more than hard and even the semi senile. Nancy Pelosi finally woke up and dismissed some of this plan realizing that Ali was it insane. L alienate most of the middle class in the United States of America. I don't have to spell out for you. What these idiots in the green new deal are proposing? But don't laugh them off. They are our mayor Rouge. They are Red Brigades. They are vitamin Hoff's in skirts and right now, they're no longer in the gutters. Or on college campuses because of liberalism and its tolerance. There've been ushered into the halls of congress itself. Never underestimate the power of those traitors when I see left this getting for Cirque and crazy at uptight and so self righteous over a word or a phrase that someone spoke, and I who know history know about the slaughter of millions of people the actual slaughters of every man woman and child around the world, and I see these self-righteous diluted phonies, getting up in arms over a homophobic, slur or a racist slur or an anti lar- or a legislator. I realized how dangerous this situation really is for those who do not know history academic, repeat it, and I won those of you on the far left. No one is immune to the madness of the times once they emerge. Did you know that one hundred or so years ago our country was battling a socialist takeover sell similar to what we are facing today? Many of you don't notice the issues in the teens. And the twenties of the nineteen and the nineteen twenty s are very similar to today. The campaigns will being run on fair wages for labor benefits for veterans regulation of immigration treaties with much of the world race riots in major cities. And yes, there were even terror attacks that were issues in the nineteen twenty election. The other similarity was that there was a socialist movement. Trying to take over the government. You see the roots of the that Barack and Hillary are trying to oppose us did not just emerge in the nineteen sixties. They go back over a century. Does the name Eugene Debs strike a chord with you Eugene Debs was an Indiana labor. Organizer does that sound like a community organizer to anyone listening Eugene Debs embrace socialism, the socialist party standard bearer for five elections. And believe me he was not a marginal player in one thousand nine hundred. Twelve he got six percent of the vote and yet his last campaign garnered him Nelia million votes when the population was obviously, much smaller. You see Russia's Bolshevik revolution. Dawn of communism wasn't exciting experiment that many in this station. So as quite compelling Eugene Debs took the message to the streets in the form of strikes and fighting for quote worker's rights. Did you know that in one thousand nine hundred nineteen there was one of the biggest race riots in Chicago over the legend false arrest of a black man instead of a white man for murder, the conduct of the white police force was being criticized during and after the riots black lives matter ring them not anyone have you heard the name Sacco and vans. Eddie socialism's now revived itself in America on the Hillary Clinton. This is not the first time America's face the socialist takeover. And what you're getting today on the program is a good lesson. It's a very good history lesson, and we'll continue with it. Have you ever heard the name Sacco? And Vince, Eddie these were radical socialists who followed an Italian, Anna kissed Luigi Galliani who formed the group that was bent on carrying out Tara. Bombings and assassinations right here in America. Well, that's what saccharin vans carried out and they were arrested and executed for doing it. They they blew up. Wall Street killed a lot of people and the word bomb thrower was attached to where you're going to believe this to Italians for years after that. Did you know that it was in the common parlance bomb throw is because these people were talion now speed forward. Although it was teddy Roosevelt who started the progressive movement and Woodrow Wilson, it was sympathetic to socialist ideas. It was not until Hillary's role model. Franklin Delano Roosevelt appeared that centralized top. Down government power was put into place. Franklin Delano Roosevelt. The icon on the left had a closet full of advisers, some of whom secretly met with Joseph Stalin, the dictator to study the communist experiment, and then he started his own brand of centralized top down government on the US economy. He took advantage of an economic crisis by creating public works programs on the order of what Stalin was doing in Russia. In fact, Hitler did the same thing in Germany to jump start the German economy. Did you know that did you know that that's how Hitler wanted won the popular vote? It wasn't that. It's politics of racism were so popular with the German people. It was that they were stabbed in the back in World War. One. They lost an awful lot of land that never should have been taken from them after World War One. The league of nations has started World War Two. But as a result of crippling, the Germans with reparations, the German people needed someone to come along to restore their economy and Hitler was the man he did it. He did it through public works projects. The only difference between what Hitler did and what Stalin did. And even what FDR did with the public money was they actually built things they built bridges they built tunnels look around in in this country. You see the George Washington Bridge in New York you see the Lincoln tunnel. These tunnels were built during the nineteen thirties with WPA money and other money sent money that came from the government, they put men to work ride and San Francisco tunnels, and I look at the the tile. The the ceramic tiles that are still in these tunnels, and they're still there. They'll put up in the nineteen thirties. I don't know what kind of glue. They used but you go through the Broadway tunnel of San Francisco that tunnel was built in the thirties with money that was used to build things..

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"Savage Nation home of border. Culture, and here he is author stop mass hysteria. Michael savage. I want it now begin on the Savage Nation. With Nancy Pelosi. Bizarre and crazy statement, listen, as you know, last night, the president accepted, the fact that. The state of the union should be the time. You've been time won't can tell about the state of the union when government shutdown. It is so unimportant in the lives of the American people in terms of especially if she talked to victims of the thousand government drifters aren't getting their check. Okay. But do you know that every one of these are going to get their check? Anyway, when this is all over your wear that I'm sure some of them are not able to go on vacations Dominican Republic as playing I'm sure some of them cannot go on a gambling trip Indian casino as planned in the next week or two while they're on vacation again because they've worked for a week in January. They'd take a week off. I'm sure it's killing those eight hundred thousand workers, but you know, to the average person I main street, no, one cares about the government shutdown. Incidentally, what we've learned is that twenty percent of the government. At least twenty percent is unnecessary. Minimum economics one zero one without profits. There is no business. Something that occasional cortex didn't study at Boston University. And again after bring up that very sensitive question because I think it's very important. Does cortex have a spouse of any kind who's influencing? And that's why I ask it does cortex have a spouse that might explain why she's like this. Now cortex was the only one who did not vote. Why should say no cortex? Sorry. I made a mistake by calling calling a cortex no cortex was the only democrat one out of the whole bunch of who did not vote to reopen. The government, you know, why look into that one. So she's already causing a huge problem for the power structure. I predicted they're just letting her run wild and free until I crush her like, a cockroach, but they're going to do it quite publicly and Nancy's going to be the one to do it. That's my opinion. How they will do it is anyone's guess, my guess through one honeypot. I don't know if that's true. It could. It could be some other way, but they usually get him through their their let us say their likes and dislikes. That's the way they usually bring politicians down and underage show. Like like agreed underage, unlike I don't know why it is a social media to that could be an underage on like that that comes on. That's how that ends in a motel somewhere in Palm Springs, California with a video running in the you in the ceiling. I don't know. I don't know this. What's this about this party of ours? This two party system is dead. It's just like nothing left. So where does where does it leave? We the people tribalism seems to be emerging in America in a stronger way than ever in my lifetime. You know, you talking about tried the Indian the fake the guy there within the Marine Corps veteran. Fourteen combat didn't fight in combat. I was there. I wasn't there. And the kid is no good anymore because they're white whiteboard with a maga- hat suddenly a little member of the Hitler youth. And the other one is a sacred native American was driven off his land. That's the narrative put out by wolf Blitzer and his girlfriend's out there in the media. Unbelievable to me, that's the best. They can do the old story. So where is this going in America? Are you all aware of the hatred for white people in this country, and how it's become mainstream by the democrat party? I did this on Tuesday. I did a whole show on it. I even played a man who was as white as the snow on his lawn. Joe Biden, those putting down white men. Do you realize how psychotic it is for white people to be bashing white people as though it's okay to do when it's coming from people who are putting themselves down, and they don't even know it in order to appease the mobs that are just at their at their doorstep. And what does this portend for the future of America? Do you fear? There's gonna be some kind of uprising in this country. A bloody revolution in this country. Like, the French revolution. Do you feel your property will be taken away your assets will be taken away? I know you do. That's what's going to happen. So you get this occasional cortex or or no cortex girl, and she starts kicking up her heels threatening everybody in the party now. She's of no threat to the Republicans at all. She's only a huge threat to Nancy Pelosi and Biden and the old guard. They're terrified of her. They're going to stop her of any money for her district. But that's not all it's going to happen. I can guarantee you as I sit here, and you can Mark down the date that they're getting something worse is going to happen. I don't know what that is. Whether it's you know, what a Honey trap. Do. I know what they're gonna do. They're going to do something. Remember, they play by different rules than you. And I and they've really vicious the democrat party does stuff that you can't even imagine look at all of the journalists who got it on the conservative side. Whether it's alleged to be Breitbart, or you're ready forgot his name the other guy who died while covering Clinton story. Okay. This is an example of what could happen here. And I could see by the way this girls behaving. She's out of control. She doesn't seem to understand who she's tampering with what the power structure is that this is a nation. She screwing with she's no longer being you know, wild and crazy on a college campus. This is this is a whole different universe. And she doesn't know the. University that she is inhabiting. Okay. Did you know that one hundred or so years ago our country was battling a socialist takeover? Similar to what we are facing today. Many of you don't notice the issues in the teens and the twenties those are the nineteen and the nineteen twenties are very similar to today. The campaigns were being run on fair wages for labor benefits for veterans regulation of immigration treaties with much of the world race riots in major cities. And yes, there were even terror attacks that were issues in the nineteen twenty election. The other similarity was that there was a socialist movement trying to take over the government. You see the roots of the that Barack and Hillary are trying to impose an us did not just emerging in the nineteen sixties. They go back over a century. Does the name Eugene Debs strike a chord with you Eugene Debs was an Indiana labor. Organizer does that sound like a community organizer to anyone listening? Eugene Debs embrace socialism was the socialist party standard bearer for five elections. And believe me he was not a marginal player in nineteen twelve. He got six percent of the vote and yet his last campaign gone at him the Ilya million votes when the population was obviously much smaller you see Russia's Bolshevik revolution. And adorn of communism wasn't exciting experiment that many in this nation. Soy is quite compelling. Eugene Debs took the message to the streets in the former strikes and fighting for quote worker's rights. Did you know that in one thousand nine hundred nineteen there was one of the biggest race riots in Chicago over the legend false arrest of a black man instead of a white man for murder, the conduct of the white police force was being criticized during and after the riots black lives matter ring note to anyone. Have you heard the name Sacco and vans? Eddie socialism's now revived itself in America. This is not the first time America's face the socialist takeover. And what you're getting today on the program is a good lesson. It's a very good history lesson, and we'll continue with have you ever heard the name Sacco and Vince, Eddie. These were radical socialists who followed an Italian anarchist. Luigi Galliani who formed the group that was bent on carrying out terror bombings and assassinations right here in America. Well, that's what sack Zeti carried out and they were arrested and executed for doing it. They they blew up. Wall Street killed a lot of people and the word bomb thrower was attached to where you're going to believe this to Italians for years after that. Did you know that it was in the common parlance bomb throw is because these people were Italian now speed forward. Although it was teddy Roosevelt who started the progressive movement and Woodrow Wilson, it was sympathetic to socialist ideas. It was not until Hillary's role model. Franklin Delano Roosevelt appeared that centralized top down government power was put into place. Franklin Delano Roosevelt. The icon of the left had a closet full of advisers, some of whom secretly met with Joseph Stalin, the dictator to study the communist experiment, and then he started his own brand of centralized top down government on the US economy. He took advantage of an economic crisis by creating public works programs on the order of what Stalin was doing in Russia. In fact, Hitler did the same thing in Germany to jump start the German economy. Did you know that did you know that that's how Hitler wanted won the popular vote? It wasn't that as politics of racism were so popular with the German people. It was that that they were stabbed in the back in World War. One. They lost an awful lot of land that never should have been taken from them after World War One the league of nations as who started World War Two. But as a result of crippling, the Germans with reparations, the German people needed someone to come along to restore their economy and Hitler was the man he did it. He did it through public works projects. The only difference between what Hitler did and what Stalin did. And even what FDR did with the public money was they actually built things they built bridges they built tunnels look around in in in this country. You see the George Washington Bridge in New York you see the Lincoln tunnel. These tunnels were built during the nineteen thirties with WPA money and other money sent money came from the government. They put men to work I ride in San Francisco tunnels, and I look at the the tile. The ceramic tiles that are still in these tunnels, and they're still there. They put up in the nineteen thirties. I don't know what kind of glue. They used but you go through the Broadway tunnel in San Francisco that tunnel was built in the thirties with money that was used to build things. Now compare that with Obama he took trillions of dollars when he first became president. And he said he was going to use it to restore America. Have you seen one bridge built that has the name Obama honored? Have you seen one tunnel built? Have you seen one roadway built you've seen? Nothing built the money was stolen by his cronies in the corrupt evil democrat sheen but getting back to socialism. Where Deb's failed Franklin Delano Roosevelt succeeded. He created one government program after another. He created one agency after another and he tried to manage every aspect of an economy inherited from Herbert Hoover. Who also saw the government is a tool to correct commerce in the United States. He is very important point. When Roosevelt could not get his plans and agencies in line with the supreme court. He packed the supreme court. So everything would go his way plan after plan agency after agency failed to produce the productive economy that he was promising the same way that Soviet communism and the master players in Russia failed to provide even the basic necessities to what citizens what happened was the rich got richer. The poor got poorer and the divisions between people were continuing to grow under this socialist philosophy. And what was it that got us out of this mess, what caused the nation to unite? And here's the most important thing. You're gonna learn today. Don't touch that. Dial. What got us out of that mess? What restored the economy that Roosevelt tried to a fixed with centralized government and government money, meaning tax payer money and the highest taxes you've ever see in the world a World War? Democrats are going after the banks. They're gonna go after Deutsche Bank. It will destroy the economy. Because you know about.

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11:32 min | 3 years ago

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"What's weird for me is like again this notion of like the movie the mummy where you see the water coming through. But the buildings never move or whatever. And we know from science that it wouldn't go that way. It didn't hear if there was a building in a way the molasses didn't go around it. It just took it. Right. It literally is like a soon. Nami you're a tidal wave coming onshore, and whatever was in its path. Good night. Yeah. That's one hundred percent accurate. I mean, think of this literally as a smaller tidal wave that picks up everything in its path, and it scours that waterfront it's complete devastation on that water for so on this firehouse that you have on the front of your awesome book dark tide. There's there's just as it has always happens in disasters natural or otherwise, there's those stories of heroic heroism, and then there's those stories of oh my God. How did that have to happen like that? But one of the guys gets pinned under a pool table, and he can get his head up and he can get air, but the molasses is right there. And he's trying like hell, and we think he does that for a couple of hours, and then he can't hold it anymore. That's right. The man you're talking about is the firefighter George Lahey. He and his buddies had been playing cards. At lunchtime. At that point in the firehouse. They see the wave coming. They tried to get out the back door, and they can't the wave gets the so quickly. It's about eighty feet from the tank to the firehouse the first four pancakes down onto the second floor. And he and a few others are trapped as you say in this crawlspace in a pool table has him pinned down. He tries to keep his head above molasses for about four hours and is unable to do. So finally succumbs is fixated by molasses and some of his fellow firefighters. No, he's there, and they can hear them, and they're telling me to hang in there. But eventually he's not talking back. That's exactly right. That's exactly right. They tell them please hold on hold on because they know rescuers are on their way. But he can't do it. You mentioned it was they could see it coming. So we all know again, you take a jar molasses Newport upside down, and then you wait because everything slow as molasses, right? We know what molasses today, but this was different stuff. This stuff move fast. I think the torque inside the tank if I can use that expression, though, that term VP causes the molasses KOMO incredibly fast thirty five miles an hour at the outset thirty five feet high wave at the outset. So that phrase, your slowest cold blast is in January does come from this flood, but that flood came very fast and very hard. Oh, just nine nineteen nineteen is the year one innings. It's really fascinating about this new capture it in your book. You really do. It's I tip my hat to you. There's so much going on not in the country, necessarily, but in Boston alone that that this all plays a part in again World War, One has just ended just think about that mindset in. What was this thing that we were just a part of an all that? But you've got anarchists run wild in the country. And in Boston that psycho and Vince Eddie are just about to happen. You've got a lot of problems going on here. And it's all connected to this thing. Yeah. I mean, one of the amazing things when I did the research is how all these big issues you're talking about quite literally touch the flood story. I mean, there's lots of great nonfiction where the author sets the time period and tells you what's happening around the issue. He writes about these issues literally touch the flood story. So we're we'll wanted munitions. We mentioned that the anarchists a very violent. They blow up munitions factory. As a reason why you know, the history of the Palmer raids of nineteen twenty there's a reason why they haven't in nineteen twenty because in one thousand nine hundred eighteen nineteen nineteen they were blowing people and stuff up. That's exactly right. They almost blew up a Boston police. They did they did in nineteen sixty and they blow up a police station salutation street. So Why's that touch the flood story because USAA makes as the cornerstone of its defence that an anarchist. Blew up the tank on January fifteenth nine hundred nineteen with a pipe bomb. No evidence of of such but use that as kind of this almost fortunate circumstantial opening argument. So I think it's a good defense. But what's amazing to me is that they didn't try to pin it on somebody? They didn't give a name. They didn't give a face and say, that's the guy that blew up our tank and he's gone back to Italy. But I'm telling you that there was no that's exactly right. I think at the end of the trial, the judge in the case says, you know, really good circumstantial case, but you lacking one thing and that was evidence. So of interesting, you know, you do need that. And I think the judge sorta cease through that. But I think that's all USAA had as a defense. One of thing that happened in a you know, a minute mysteries and all that sort of stuff. But after the molasses flood happens in Boston later that summer to of US ships, just vanish they go missing that were carrying molasses in the ocean. They're gone to ships vanish, you're right and their molasses tank molasses plant in Brooklyn is set afire mysteries that never get solved. There's something wrong. Who knows what it is? But man it wasn't their year. And it wasn't their time the trial the case everything that comes out as a result of that still has influenced today. Andrea years later, I mean. It's sort of the way they did the trial for starters, very weird. Let's put everything into one. But then also let's have each lawyer give their closings, which is crazy. Right. Very profound massive lawsuit. Ver- and you're right. Very profound. So think about this lawsuit. Right. It's the first case lawsuit civil action class action suit. Let's call it that in Massachusetts history. One of the large still a thousand witnesses fifteen hundred exhibits twenty-five thousand pages of testimony just think of the scope of that thing takes really six years in total to adjudicate that's three years testimony plus review in all the judge when they first hired him. They said put aside six week aside six weeks, and you should be able to get it done. It took six six years essentially, but by the time stunning nine hundred twenty-five, but to your point ramifications to this day, almost all the building construction standards. We take for granted today, you know, architects need to show the work. Engineers need to sign and seal their plans building inspector's need to come out. And look at projects. Those all stemmed from the great Boston molasses flood case. Because at the time what happened was USAA trying to cut corners trying to get this thing up and running trying to get all this molasses here. They sorta cut corners. And then they just said everything's fine. Noah's testing grade in the city went okay. I guess it's testing great. Yup. And winks and nods aren't cutting it after this thing. Explore. No, I think that's true in think about this VP this tank did not even require a building permit because it was considered a receptacle and not a building. It's just it's unbelievable. And then again back to the gravity of the situation. One of the bodies one of the deceased from this thing isn't found for months. He's washed into Boston Harbor and found under the pier. Three months later. You're in another guy who. Off soft underdeveloped, whatever you wanna say he is saved from the flood. But his mind is not. And he loses his mind. And he basically I would the way I interpreted as he gives up six months later. He dies in a mental institution. That's correct. Stephen clarity is the twenty first. And last victim who dies and dies in a mental institution. You're right in December. So eleven months after the flood he's the last of the twenty one victims and interestingly enough is not given any damages. No money is given to him because at the time this notion of post traumatic stress or anxiety that kind of thing was not part of the discussion in all your years after you've done all this research and your because this book's been on for fifteen years. Now, what what still grabs you the most as you think about this story. So I think what grabs the most of the stories of the victims the characters in the book their real life characters and what they endured part of my job. When telling this story is to. Tell through the eyes of the real life characters. And when you look at some of the deaths some of the injuries how harrowing they were how serious they were. And these were poor folks these were basically Italian immigrants and Irish city workers who worked in that area. And so they didn't have great means and that really stuck sticks. With me what it is. For me is I don't know what to compare it to like, you know, obviously, I wrote a book about the Antioch at fire. Well, let's talk about the Boston fire. The Chicago fire the San Francisco fire. Let's talk about a great snowstorm while let's go back one hundred and fifty years, and we can talk about that. And soon armies and all that. What are you compare them? A last flood to though because there I'd never heard of something like this ever anywhere. No. I think you're right. And I think in in part, that's why the subject has a lot of popularity and there's a lot of interest in a kind of captures the imagination of readers. There really is no disaster that compares to it. What is what do people say to you most? When they first find out. Oh, you're the guy that wrote that book what is it? They want to know is this going to be made into a movie is this book going to be made into a movie. So the book has been optioned, we'll such a no brainer. I mean this. This would be fantastic. I think so too. I mean, what people in Hollywood have told me, and these are documentarian producers and writers it'd be an expensive movies because to do the special effects in real meaningful way. In a compelling way. It would be expensive. But crossing my fingers. We'll see it's a story that needs to be told in the reality is even polio. You're the only one that's ever told it because dark tide. The great Boston molasses flood of nineteen nineteen. This is the only thing we got to hold onto until they make that movie. Yeah. And I'm thrilled about that VP believe me a hundred years ago. It happened today. What do you think is you walk around the city today? Well, I mean, I think it's great. There's lots going on. I'll be speaking at the Boston public library tonight is a flash mob. That's I think singing down in this area right around now or was going to be around noontime. But around the your show. So there's a band that's playing tonight. I believe in Cambridge the Boston molasses flood is the name of the band. So it's kind of had this great cultural. You know, popularity is the last question, and then I'll let you go. I promise is there any molasses left at anyone scoop up a jar this for posterity and say this was part of the flood not that I know of. I'm sure there's people that claim they have. But not that I know of because it's I there should be. But then again who would do it at the time because let's get this stuff out of here. How what do they do? They truck the head out dumps. Or what are they get rid of it? No. I mean, most of it be VP. They I try of course to wash it away with municipal water. But it's so viscous is so thick in congeals so much. They can't do it in one firefighter. Enterprising firefighter has the idea that salt water from Boston Harbor the Bri. Ryan would cut the molasses enough to allow to be washed away. And they this is January. Right. What do you put on a frozen walkway? Exactly. And that's what it would cause this stuff would freeze up. I would assume wouldn't hardened completely. But yes, it would congealed and become so thick that'd be hard to move. So they pump millions of gallons into Boston Harbor in the harbor stained Brown for weeks and weeks later, I had one person at a presentation say to me, how long would the cleanup taken. If there had been an EPA in nineteen nineteen. Oh, that's so true. And how many more buildings would have had to have come down..

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12:17 min | 3 years ago

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"And like, we know from science that it wouldn't go that way. It didn't hear if there was a building in a way the molasses didn't go around it. It just took it. Right. It literally is like a soon. Nami your title wave coming onshore, and whatever was in its path. Good night. Yeah. That's one hundred percent accurate. I mean, think of this literally as a smaller tidal wave that picks up everything in its path, and it scours that waterfront it's complete devastation on that water for so on this firehouse that you have on the front of your awesome book dark tied. There's there's just as always happens in disasters natural or otherwise these little stories of heroic heroism, and then there's those stories of oh my God. How did that have to happen like that? But one of the guys gets pinned under a pool table, and he can get his head up and he can get air, but the molasses is right there. And he's trying like hell, and we think he does that for a couple hours, and then he can't hold it anymore. That's right. The man you're talking about is the firefighter George. He he and his buddies had been playing cards. At lunchtime. At that point in the firehouse. They see the wave coming. They tried to get out the back door, and they can't the wave gets the so quickly. It's about eighty feet from the tank to the firehouse the first four pancakes down onto the second floor, and he in a few others trapped as you say in this crawlspace in a pool table has him pinned down. He tries to keep his head above molasses for about four hours and is unable to do. So finally succumbs is fixated by molasses and some of his fellow firefighters. No, he's there, and they can hear them and they're telling to hang in there. But eventually he's not talking back. That's exactly right. That's exactly right. They tell them please hold on hold on because they know rescuers are on their way. But he can't do it. You mentioned it was they could see it coming. So we all know again, you take a jar molasses in Newport upside down, and then you wait because everything slow as molasses, right? We know what molasses is today. But this was different stuff. This stuff move fast. I think the torque inside the tank if I can use that expression, though, that term VP causes the molasses to come on incredibly fast, thirty five miles an hour at the outset thirty five feet high wave at the outset. So that phrase, you're a slowest cold glasses in January does come from this flood, but that flood came very fast and very hard. Oh, just nineteen nineteen is the year one innings. It's really fascinating about this new capture it in your book. You really do. It's I tip my hat to you. There's so much going on not in the country, necessarily, but in Boston alone that that this all plays a part and again World War One has just ended just think about that mindset in. What was this thing that we were just a part of an all that? But you've got anarchists running wild in the country and in Boston that psycho and Vince Eddie just about to happen. You've got a lot of problems going on here. And it's all connected to this thing. Yeah. I mean, one of the amazing things to do the research is how all these big issues you're talking about quite literally touch the flood story. I mean, there's lots of great nonfiction where the author sets the time period and tells you what's happening around the issue. He writes about these issues, literally touched the flood story. So we'll want a munitions we mentioned that the guests a very violent. They blow up munitions factories. So there's a reason why you'd for those that know the history of the Palmer raids of nineteen twenty there's a reason why that happened in nineteen twenty because in one thousand nine hundred thousand nine hundred nineteen they were blowing people and stuff up. That's exactly right. They almost blew up a Boston police. They say did did in nineteen sixty and they blow up police station salutation street. So Why's that touch the flood story because USAA makes as the cornerstone of its defence that an anarchist. Blew up the tank on January fifteenth nine hundred nineteen with a pipe bomb. No evidence of of such but use that as kind of this almost fortunate circumstantial opening argument. So I think it's a good defense. But what's amazing to me is that they didn't try to pin it on somebody? They didn't give a name. They didn't give a face and say, that's the guy that blew up our tank and he's gone back to Italy. But I'm telling you, that's we're was no that's exactly right. I think at the end of the trial, the judge in the case says, you know, really good circumstantial case, but you lacking one thing and that was evidence. So interesting, you know, you do need that. And I think the judge sort sees through that. But I think that's all you SA had as a defense. One other thing that happened in. And I'm a, you know, I'm in the mysteries and all that sort of stuff. But after the molasses flood happens in Boston later that summer two of US, I a ships just vanish they go missing that were carrying molasses in the ocean. They're gone to ships vanish, you're right and their molasses tank. Blesses plant in Brooklyn is set afire mysteries that never get solved. There's something wrong. Who knows what it is? But man it wasn't their year. And it wasn't their time the trial the case everything that comes out as a result of that still has influenced today. Andrea years later, I mean. It's sort of the way they did the trial for starters, very weird. Let's put everything into one. But then also let's have each lawyer give their closings, which is crazy. Right. Very profound massive lawsuit. Ver- and you're right. Very profound. So think about this lawsuit. Right. It's the first case lawsuits civil action class action suit. Let's call it that in Massachusetts history. One of the large still a thousand witnesses fifteen hundred exhibits twenty-five thousand pages of testimony just think of the scope of that thing takes really six years in total to adjudicate that's three is a testimony plus review in all the judge when I hired him. They said put aside six put aside six weeks, and you should be able to get it done. It took sixty six years, essentially. But by the time, it's done in nineteen twenty five, but to your point ramifications to this day, almost all the building construction standards. We take for granted today, you know, architects need to show the work. Engineers need to sign in seal. Their plans building inspector's need to come out. And look at projects those all stem from the great Boston molasses flood case. Because at the time what happened was USAA trying to cut corners trying to get this thing up and running trying to get all this molasses here. They sorta cut corners. And then they just said everything's fine. Noah's testing great in the city went. Okay. I guess it's destined. Great. Yup. And winks and nods aren't cutting it after this thing explode. No, I think that's true. And think about this v this tank did not even require a building permit because it was considered a receptacle and not a building. It's just it's unbelievable. And then again back to the gravity of the situation. One of the bodies one of the deceased from this thing isn't found for months. He's washed into Boston Harbor and found under the pier. Three months later, another guy who. Off soft underdeveloped, whatever you want to say he is saved from the flood. But his mind is not. And he loses his mind. And he basically I would the way I interpreted as he gives up six months later. He dies in a mental institution. That's correct. Stephen clarity is the twenty first and last victim who dies and dies in a mental institution. You're right in December. So eleven months after the flood he's the last of the twenty one victims and interestingly enough is not given any damages. No money is given to him. Because at the time this notion of post traumatic stress or anxiety that kind of thing was not part of the discussion in all your years after you've done all this research. And you're this book's been on for fifteen years. Now, what what still grabs you the most as you think about this story. So I think what grabs you the most of the stories of the victims the characters in the book their real life characters and what they endured part, I think of my job when telling this story is. To tell a through the eyes of the real life characters. And when you look at some of the deaths some of the injuries how harrowing they were how serious they were. And these were poor folks these were basically Italian immigrants and Irish city workers who worked in that area. And so they didn't have great means and that really stuck sticks. With me what what it is. For me is I don't know what to compare it to like, you know, obviously, I wrote a book about the Antarctic fire. Well, let's talk about the Boston fire. The Chicago fire the San Francisco fire. Let's talk about a great snowstorm while let's go back a hundred and fifty years, and we can talk about that. And soon armies and all that. What do you compare them? Alaska's flood too though because there I'd never heard of something like this ever anywhere. No. I think you're right. And I think in in part, that's why the subject has a lot of popularity and there's a lot of interest in it kind of captures the imagination of readers there really is no disaster that compares to it. What is what do people say to you most? When they first find out. Oh, you're the guy that wrote that book what is it? They want to know is this going to be made into a movie is this book going to be made into a movie. So the book has been optioned, we'll such a no brainer. I mean this. This would be fantastic. I think so too. I mean, what people in Hollywood have told me in these are documentarian producers and writers is that it'd be an expensive movies because to do the special effects in real meaningful way. And a compelling way it would be expensive. But crossing my fingers. We'll see it's a story that needs to be told in the reality is Stephen polio. You're the only one that's ever told it because dark tide. The great Boston molasses flood of nine. One thousand nine hundred and this is the only thing we got to hold onto until they make that movie. Yeah. And I'm thrilled about that VP believe me a hundred years ago it happened today. What do you think is your walk around the city today? Well, I mean, I think it's great. There's lots going on. I'll be speaking at the Boston public library tonight. There's a flash mob. That's I think singing down in this area right around now or was going to be around noontime. But around the your show. So there's a band that's playing tonight. I believe in Cambridge the great Boston molasses flood is the name of the band. So it's kind of had this great cultural popularity is that last question. And then I'll let you go. I promise is there any molasses left at anyone scoop up a jar this and for posterity and say this was part of the flood not that I know of. I'm sure there's people that claim they have. But not that I know of because it's I there should be. But then again who would do it at the time because let's get this stuff out of here. How what did they do? They truck the hat out dumps or what how did they get rid of it? No. I mean, most of it be v. I try of course to wash it away with municipal water, but it's so viscous. It's so thick in the congealed so much. They can't do it in one firefighter. Enterprising firefighter has the idea that salt water from Boston Harbor, the Brian would cut the molasses enough to allow to be washed away, and they play this January. Right. What do you put on a frozen walkway? Exactly. And that's what it would cause this stuff would freeze up. I would assume would wouldn't hardened completely. But yes, it would congealed and become so thick that it'd be hard to move. So they pump millions of gallons into Boston Harbor in the harbor is stained Brown for weeks and weeks later, I had one person at a presentation say to me, how long would the clean of taken. If there had been an EPA in one thousand nine nineteen. Oh, that's so true. And how many more buildings would have had to have come down. And how would it have? It would have been so much different. As it was the whole thing is cleaned up about six months, including the rebuilding of the overhead train trestle. I have no idea. How long it would take today? Oh, oh. In the lawsuits. They wouldn't have been six years. They weren't going on for sixty years. I think that's right. If even polio fantastic chatting with you. Thanks for having me be the book is dark tied. 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12:35 min | 3 years ago

"vince eddie" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Roman undisclosed location behind Jamal liberalism. Live from San Francisco. This is the Savage Nation. I love the new opening because I really am behind enemy lines, and what I've been living through here as an observer for all these years is what America's gonna be living through very very soon. When you see this new generation of completely brainwashed fools who are trying to seize control of the country. And it's only a matter of time until they do by the way. Pelosi is gone. When Biden finally goes to his reward when the old guard goes the next wave of Democrats are going to be psychotic. Outright, psychotic communist, forget about socialism. That's just the front and never forget never ever forget that socialism is the road to communism. And they've said it right from the beginning. I can quote you one from the origins of socialism who said never be fooled by the word. Socialism is just basically a road to pure communism. There's an upstart a bartender name, no cortex, and no cortex is causing such a star. And she is such a threat to the democrat party that they're raining her in now, I predicted this would happen. And you need to know I predicted it would happen. I told you that no cortex was a bigger threat to the Pelosi. Big and air wing of the democrat party. Then she is standing of the all Republicans that I was right. So they rain there in what did I tell you that they would do to her? I told you this oh about a month ago. I don't know when I predicted that Pelosi would not put up with no cortex, I told you that Pelosi would not give her any major committee assignments. But that was only the beginning. This no cortex is such an ego maniac and such a narcissist and such a threat to the power structure on the democrat side for a couple of reasons one because she actually takes her communism seriously while Pelosi only plays with Pelosi uses the communist rhetoric to bamboozle the morons. The useful idiots. This one though cortex is actually a naked communist and the most dangerous. Communist in America is of course, Bernie Sanders. The most dangerous man in American political history because he's smart. He knows what he's doing. He's Karl Marx reincarnated. He's the devil incarnated and this girl, no cortex actually worked for him. She learned all about Karl Marx from him. So I told you that Pelos after and she did. She was not given a seat on the powerful tax writing committee where she wanted to push her communist agenda of Medicare for all free college tuition at a so-called green, no deal. Instead, they gave the slot on this important tax committee to a New Yorker who is a moderate democrat, Long Island Representative Tom Swayze, S U Z. I who is a middle of the road. Former CPA attorney a county executive in other words, he's reliable. He's not insane like her. And so he's going to take over the committee seat of of Joe Crowley, the queen's demon Carter was defeated last year by no cortex. Now what's going to happen next? Well, what happened next was the loud mouth Muslim Representative who used the f word Rashida Clob also wanted to be immediately go to the head of the clan and go onto the tax committee. She was also passed over by the party elders. And so what? Does this tell you? It tells you what I told you. Here's the way politics works. Is you wait in line? You wait a long time. And then maybe you get a committee, then you get some appropriations so they was over of appropriations for our district but worse than that. If no cortex continues her insanity by continually continuing to rattle, the cage of the Democrats like Pelosi. I predict much worse will happen to her. Now what that will be. I don't know. It can take any form. We don't know anything about no cortex is personal life that we it's very interesting that we know everything about everybody's personal life in politics isn't married. Not married gay straight, the first gay this the first gay that the first out this the first in that the first Mormon why do we know nothing about no cortex is interest in that in that department? I why is that why is that being swept under the rug by the CIA plants like Andy Cooper? Why are they not interested in that? I'm not interested in it. But I wonder why since they're so interested in everyone else's behavior in that regard. Why they're not interested in in cortex is behavior. I don't get that the you. So you get this occasional cortex or or no cortex girl as she starts kicking up. Our heels threatening everybody in the party now. She's of no threat. To the Republicans at all. She's only a huge threat to Nancy Pelosi Biden and the old guard they're terrified of her. So they stripper of a committee assignment. They're gonna stop her of any money for her district. But that's not all it's going to happen. I can guarantee you as I sit here, and you can Mark down the date that they're getting something worse is going to happen. I don't know what that is. Whether it's I want a Honey trap. Do. I know what they're gonna do. They're gonna do something. Remember, they play by different rules than you. And I and they've really vicious the democrat party does stuff that you can't even imagine look at all of the journalists who got it on the conservative side. Whether it's alleged to be Breitbart, or you're ready forgot his name the other guy who died while covering a Clinton story. Okay. This is an example of what could happen here. And I could see by the way this girls behaving. She's out of control. She doesn't seem to understand who she tampering with what the power structure is that. This is a nation. She screwing with she's no longer being you know, wild and crazy on a college campus. This is this is a whole different universe. And she doesn't know the university that she is inhabiting. Okay. Did you know that one hundred or so years ago our country was battling a socialist takeover? Similar to what we are facing today. Many of you don't notice the issues in the teens and the twenties those of the nineteen and the nineteen twenty s are very similar to today. The campaigns were being run on fair wages for labor benefits for veterans regulation of immigration treaties with much of the world race riots in major cities. And yes, there were even terror attacks that were issues in the nineteen twenty election. The other similarity was that there was a socialist movement. Trying to take over the government. You see the roots of the g that Barack and Hillary are trying to oppose an us did not just emerging in one thousand nine hundred. Sixties they go back over a century. Does the name Eugene Debs strike a chord with you? Eugene Debs was an Indiana labor. Organizer does that sound like a community organizer to anyone listening Eugene Debs embrace socialism, the socialist party standard bearer for five elections. And believe me he was not a marginal player in nineteen twelve. He got six percent of the vote and yet his last campaign gonnit Amelia million votes when the population was obviously much smaller you see Russia's Bolshevik revolution. And adorn of communism wasn't exciting experiment that many in this station. Soy is quite compelling. Eugene Debs took the message to the streets in the form of strikes and fighting for quote worker's rights. Did you know that in one thousand nine hundred nineteen there was one of the biggest race riots in Chicago over the legend false arrest of a black man is that of a white man for murder. The conduct of the white police force was being criticized during after the riots black lives matter ring of note to anyone have you heard the name Sacco and vans. Eddie socialism. It's now revived itself in America. This is not the first time America's face the socialist takeover. And what you're getting today on the program is a good lesson. It's a very good history lesson, and we'll continue with have you ever heard the name Sacco and Vince, Eddie. These were radical socialists who followed an Italian anarchist. Luigi Galliani who formed a group that was bent on carrying out terror bombings and assassinations right here in America. Well, that's what Saccone ovens Zeti carried out and they were arrested and executed for doing it. They they blew up. Wall Street killed a lot of people and the word bomb thrower was attached to where you're going to believe this to Italians for years after that. Did you know that it was in the common parlance bomb thrower is because these people were talion now speed forward. Although it was teddy Roosevelt who started the progressive movement and Woodrow Wilson, it was sympathetic to socialist ideas. It was not until Hillary's role model. Franklin Delano Roosevelt appeared that centralized top down government power was put into place. Franklin Delano Roosevelt. The icon of the left had a closet full of advisers, some of whom secretly met with Joseph Stalin, the dictator to study the communist experiment, and then he started his own brand of centralized top down government on the US economy. He took advantage of an economic crisis by creating public works programs on the order of what Stalin was doing in Russia. In fact, Hitler did the same thing in Germany to jump start the German economy. Did you know that did you know that that's how Hitler wanted won the popular vote? It wasn't that as politics of racism were so popular with the German people. It was that that they were stabbed in the back in World War. One. They lost an awful lot of land that never should have been taken from them after World War One the league of nations as who started World War Two. But as a result of crippling, the Germans with reparations, the German people needed someone to come along to restore their economy and Hitler was the man he did it. He did it through public works projects. The only difference between what Hitler did and what Stalin did. And even what FDR did with the public money was they actually built things they built bridges. They built onnell's look around in in in this country. You see the George Washington Bridge in New York you see the Lincoln tunnel. These tunnels were built during the nineteen thirties with WPA money, and and other money sent money came from the government. They put men to work I ride in San Francisco tunnels, and I look at the the tile. The the ceramic tiles that are still in these tunnels, and they're still there. They're put up in the nineteen thirties. I don't know what kind of glue. They used but you go through the Broadway tunnel in San Francisco that tunnel was built in the thirties with money that was used to build things. Now compare that with Obama he took trillions of dollars when he first became president. And he said he was going to use it to restore America. Have you seen one bridge built that the name Bama on it? Have you seen one tunnel built? Have you seen one roadway built you've seen? Nothing built the money was stolen by his cronies in the corrupt evil democrat sheen but getting back to socialism where Deb's failed Franklin Delano Roosevelt succeeded. He created one government program after another he created one agency after another and he tried to manage every aspect of an economy inherited from Herbert Hoover. Who also saw the. The government is a tool to correct commerce in the United States. He is very important point. When Roosevelt could not get his plans and agencies in line with the supreme court. He packed the supreme court. So everything would go his way plan after plan agency after agency failed to produce the productive economy that he was promising the same way that Soviet communism and the master planners in Russia failed to provide even the basic necessities to its citizens. What happened was the rich got richer? The poor got poorer and the divisions between people were continuing to grow onto this socialist philosophy. And what was it that got us out of this mess, what caused the nation to unite? Now, here's the most important thing. You're gonna learn today. Don't touch that. Dial. What got us out of that mess? What restored the economy that Roosevelt tried to a fixed with centralized government and government money, meaning tax payer money and the highest taxes you've.

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12:54 min | 3 years ago

"vince eddie" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Whiteboards culture, and here, he is author of stop mass hysteria. Michael savage. Roman undisclosed location behind enemy lines of liberalism live from San Francisco. This is the Savage Nation. I love the new opening because I really am behind enemy lines, and what I've been living through here as an observer for all these years is what America is going to be living through very very soon. When you see this new generation of completely brainwashed fools who are trying to seize control of the country. And it's only a matter of time until they do by the way. Went Pelosi is gone. When Biden finally goes to his reward when the old guard goes the next wave of Democrats are going to be psychotic outright, psychotic communist, forget about socialism. That's just the front and never forget never ever forget that socialism is the road to communism. And they've set it, right? From the beginning. I can quote you one leader after another from the origins of socialism who said never be fooled by the word socialism. It's just basically a road to pure communism. There's an upstart bartender name, no cortex, and no cortex is causing such a star. And she is such a threat to the democrat party that they're raining her in now, I predicted this would happen. And you need to know I predicted it would happen. I told you that no cortex was a bigger threat to the Pelosi. Billionaire wing of the democrat party than she is to any of the old Republicans that I was right? So they rain there in what did I tell you that they would do to her? I told you this oh about a month ago. I don't know when I predicted that Pelosi would not put up with no cortex, I told you that Pelosi would not give her any major committee assignments. But that was only the beginning. This no cortex is such an ego maniac and such a narcissist and such a threat to the power structure on the Democrats side for a couple of reasons one because she actually takes her communism seriously while Pelosi only plays with it. Pelosi uses the communistic rhetoric to bamboozle the morons the usefully gets this one though cortex is actually a naked communist and the most dangerous. Communist in America is of course, Bernie Sanders. The most dangerous man in American political history because he's smart. He knows what he's doing. He's Karl Marx reincarnated. He's the devil incarnate and this girl, no cortex actually worked for him. She learned all about Karl Marx from him. So I told you that Pelos after she did. She was not given a seat on the powerful tax writing committee where she wanted to push her communist agenda of Medicare for all free college tuition at a so-called green, no deal. Instead, they gave the slot on this important tax committee to a New Yorker who is a moderate democrat, Long Island Representative Tom Swayze, S U Z. I who is the middle of the road. Former CPA attorney and county executive in other words, he's reliable. He's not insane like her. And so he's going to take over the committee seat of of Joe Crowley, the queen's mcadoo was the feta last year by no cortex. Now what's going to happen next? Well, what happened next was the loudmouthed Muslim Representative who used the f word Rashida slob also wanted to be immediately go to the head of the class and go onto the tax committee. She was also passed over by the party elders. And so. What does this tell you? It tells you what I told you. Here's the way politics works. Is you wait in line? You wait a long time. And then maybe you get a committee, then you get some appropriations so they was offer of appropriations for our district. What worse than that? If no cortex continues her insanity. By continually continuing to rattle, the cage of the Democrats like Pelosi. I predict much worse will happen to her. Now what that will be. I don't know. It can take any form. We don't know anything about no cortex is personal life that we it's very interesting. That we know everything about everybody's personal life in politics. Isn't it married? Not married gay straight, the first gay this the first gay that the first out this the first in that the first Mormon why do we know nothing about no cortex is interest in that in that department? I why is that why is that being swept under the rug a by the CIA plants like Andy Cooper? Why are they not interested in that? I'm not interested in it. But I wonder why since they're so interested in everyone else's behavior in that regard. Why they're not interested in in cortex is behavior. I don't get that the you. So you get this occasional cortex or or no cortex girl, and she starts kicking up. Our heels threatening everybody in the party now, she's of no threat to the Republicans at all she's only a huge threat to Nancy Pelosi and Biden and the old guard they're terrified of her. So they stripper of a committee assignment. They're gonna starve her of any money for her district. But that's. Not all it's going to happen. I can guarantee you as I sit here, and you can Mark down the date that they're getting something worse is going to happen. I don't know what that is. Whether it's you know, what a Honey trap. Do. I know what they're gonna do. They're going to do something. Remember, they play by different rules than you. And I and they've really vicious the democrat party, thus stuff that you can't even imagine look at all of the journalists who got it on the conservative side. Whether it's alleged to be Breitbart, or you're ready forgot his name the other guy who died while covering a Clinton story. Okay. This is an example of what could happen here. And I could see by the way this girls behaving. She's out of control. She doesn't seem to understand who she's tampering with what the power structure is that this is a nation. She screwing with she's no longer being you know, wild and crazy on a college campus. This is this is a whole different universe. And she doesn't know the university that she is an inhabitant. Okay. Did you know that one hundred or so years ago our country was battling a socialist takeover? Similar to what we are facing today. Many of you don't notice the issues in the teens and the twenties nineteen's and the nineteen twenty s are very similar to today. The campaigns were being run on fair wages for labor benefits for veterans regulation of immigration treaties with much of the world race riots in major cities. And yes, there were even terror attacks that were issues in the nineteen twenty election. The other similarity was that there was a socialist movement. Trying to take over the government. You see the roots of the that Barack and Hillary are trying to oppose us did not just emerge in the nineteen sixties. They go back over a century. Does the name Eugene Debs strike a chord with you Eugene Debs was an Indiana labor organizer. There's that sound like a community organizer to anyone listening. Eugene Debs embrace socialism. I was the socialist party standard bearer for five elections. And believe me he was not a marginal player in nineteen twelve. He got six percent of the vote and yet his last campaign garnered him the million votes when the population was obviously much smaller you see Russia's Bolshevik revolution. And adorn of communism wasn't exciting experiment that many in this station. So as quite compelling Eugene Debs took the message to the streets in the form of strikes and fighting for quote worker's rights. Did you know that in one thousand nine hundred nineteen there was one of the biggest race riots in Chicago over the legend false arrest of a black man instead of a white man for murder, the conduct of the white police force was being criticized during and after the riots black lives matter ring note to anyone. Have you heard the name Sacco and vans? Eddie socialism's now revived itself in America. This is not the first time America's face the socialist takeover. And what you're getting today on the program is a good lesson. It's a very good history lesson, and we'll continue with have you ever heard the name Sacco and Vince, Eddie. These were radical socialists who followed an Italian anarchist. Luigi Galliani who formed the group that was bent on carrying out Tara bombings in nations right here in America. Well, that's what sack Zeti carried out and they were arrested and executed for doing it. They they blew up. Wall Street killed a lot of people and the word bomb thrower was attached to where you're going to believe this to Italians for years after that. Did you know that it was in the common parlance bomb throw is because these people were talion now speed forward. Although it was teddy Roosevelt who started the progressive movement and Woodrow Wilson, it was sympathetic to socialist ideas. It was not until Hillary's role model. Franklin Delano Roosevelt appeared that centralized top. Down government power was put into place. Franklin Delano Roosevelt. The icon on the left had a closet full of advisers, some of whom secretly met with Joseph Stalin, the dictator to study the communist experiment, and then he started his own brand of centralized top down government on the US economy. He took advantage of an economic crisis by creating public works programs on the order of what Stalin was doing in Russia. In fact, Hitler did the same thing in Germany to jump start the German economy. Did you know that did you know that that's how Hitler wanted won the popular vote? It wasn't that as politics of racism were so popular with the German people. It was that that they were stabbed in the back in World War. One. They lost an awful lot of land that never should have been taken from them after World War One the league of nations as who started World War Two. But as a result of crippling, the Germans with reparations, the German people needed someone to come along to restore their economy and Hitler was the man he did it. He did it through public works projects. The only difference between what Hitler did and what Stalin did. And even what FDR did with the public money was they actually built things they built bridges. They built onnell's look around in in in this country. You see the George Washington Bridge in New York you see the Lincoln tunnel. These tunnels were built during the nineteen thirties with WPA money, and and other money sent money that came from the government, they put men to work I ride in San Francisco through tunnels, and I look at the the tile. The the ceramic tiles that are still in these tunnels, and they're still there. They'll put up in the nineteen thirties. I don't know what kind of glue. They used but you go through the Broadway tunnel of San Francisco that tunnel was built in the thirties with money that was used to build things. Now compare that with Obama he took trillions of dollars when he first became president. And he said he was going to use it to restore America. Have you seen one bridge built that has the name Obama on it? Have you seen one tunnel built? Have you seen one roadway built you've seen? Nothing built the money was stolen by his cronies in the corrupt evil democrat sheen but getting back to socialism. Where Deb's failed Franklin Delano Roosevelt succeeded. He created one government program after another. He created one agency after another and he tried to manage every aspect of an economy inherited from Herbert Hoover. Who also saw the government as a tool to correct commerce in the United States. He is very important point. When Roosevelt could not get his plans and agencies in line with the supreme court. He packed the supreme court. So everything would go his way plan after plan agency after agency failed to produce the productive economy that he was promising the same way that Soviet communism and the master planners in Russia failed to provide even the basic necessities to its citizens. What happened was the rich got richer? The poor got poorer and the divisions between people were continuing to grow under this socialist philosophy. And what was it that got us out of this mess, what caused the nation to unite? Now, here's the most important thing. You're gonna learn today. Don't touch that. Dial. What got us out of that mess? What restored the economy that Roosevelt tried to a fixed with centralized government and government money, meaning tax payer money and the highest taxes you've ever see in the.

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"vince eddie" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

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"vince eddie" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Item business. I have totally not fulfilled. My New Year's resolution. Drinking more water. I cannot drink more water. I've got to do that to Hillary hard. Well, okay. So you have looking out of a Poland spring bottle. But then you also have your your mug here. While the what was that? Drink my coffee mug. Whatever. So I drink my coffee in the morning and the really sad part. Is that I'm thirsty? I'm incredibly thirsty all the time. Like, it's not even like a lot of people are dehydrated, and they don't even know it. And you know, what I mean, I can realize I can sense, then I'm thirsty, and I still don't wanna drink water. What I will do is because my favorite beverage in the world right now is polar grapefruit dry soda, which I think before. So if I'm crazy thirsty. There's nothing more satisfying to me then opening a can of polar grapefruit dry soda drinking that it's so good. But I get myself chances are they'll make you more dehydrated. No, no. It's not it doesn't have caffeine. Okay. It doesn't. So now, it's got sugar. Right. So it'll bring calories, but it's I don't care about calories. Not worried about that. So. Yeah, christian. What about a Gatorade or PowerAde or something like that? I mean. Gatorade is worse. I mean, this is like a Gatorade. Without the have you ever notice? If you drink a lot of Gatorade. Like, there's some weird stuff that happens like, the there starts to be some sort of weird flavor that stays in your mouth exactly that I can't handle and actually fall asleep at night wake up in the middle of the night and still you brush your teeth, and you're gargle gargling. You do all that stuff? But it just can't rid of it. And you know, what's even funnier? This hasn't happened to me in a long time because I haven't actually had Cran raspberry or Cran apple juice in my house longtime. But if you drink a lot of that stuff. Yup. Oh my God. It definitely does something to your mouth that leaves some sort of weird. Become red. Well, no, not that. It's like an actual something feel or taste or something in. 'cause I remember I used to drink so much of that because I loved it so much, and it definitely learned to drink that end dilute it with some water is the suggestion. And it seems like a good one. What I was doing was this. I was giving this guy try and he's fine. But honestly, I'll have it around me all times. And I just don't want to it. Just sits there. Just the motion of drinking because some people it's the taste of water. It's not a good taste. It's tasteless. But that's fine. I can deal with that. I try to drink more water. I don't drink enough of it. Do you have a bubbler in the house? Okay. I don't know if that would help you still have to go to the bubbler and put put it in the copy of the soul. So I'll just open a new bottle. I mean, it's a difficult thing. It's it's nothing to do with that. It's definitely I just can't. I'm just not into it. Yeah. I have bought water bottles in my fridge and they've played in for close to a year. Now when people come over the lose them, but I hardly ever unless I'm sick sick. Maybe I'll I'll drink one. But other than that. No. I just sit there even at a restaurant. I'll try to get a glass of water, and I'm refill of water while I'm there if I'm also drinking soda. That's a good idea. Yeah. Just it is important. I don't do enough. But I also feel the morning when you have a nice dick Gregory was saying before he passed away long before he passed away that he would drink sixteen ounces or twenty four ounces of water. First thing in the morning, and it would just it would set them off to a good start for the day and less chance of being sick. It kind of gives you a good start to the day is, but I can't do it. No, Tom Brady drinks, like twenty four glasses of water, something like that a day some outrageous. So I tried it once I got to like six, and I was like, okay, I'm finished. Yeah. Oh, I can't do anymore. Today. My body can literally not take anymore water two hundred hours a day. I mean, when I drank beer I drink twelve ounce cans, so I would drink over two hundred dollars a day. Yeah. But that's you know, beer, which has water in it. So maybe you can streetwise like my stomach Saudi get upset seventh class. I'm done. Dover. And I totally have heard. And I did right. First thing when you get up in the morning, you have some water some people even say water with lemon, whatever. I just. Yeah. I'm not into it. And so I wanted to come clean because I know I trying I mean, you've got this bottle here with the, and honestly I drank more today than I have. Oh. So that's a good start something that's actor. Did you guys this always happens? So because they always come always end up running aground into some like weird random small thing. Like way lays the entire plan. This what happened this time was I keep on forgetting my pass. Let's. Way to get to that room is to have the pass. And I dislike asking anybody for their pass. And I and I also dislike bothering them Christian Burley doesn't believe me that I actually do dislike bothering him. I don't drink water. So that's not good. Okay. No. That's not good at all. No. I don't want to give you horror stories that I've heard are actually for two hours and come on. It's still be free flowing with the water. And if you need to use the bathroom, I have a pass. No or just bring you pass to work Hillary. Thing to do today. And today I've been able to finish you keep it in a wallet. I mean, I'm more concerned with the past them a water. I can't help you water. This is the deal sap. I keep it in my bag. Okay. But then I get here, and I've got jeans on and I put my back pocket because right and go to the restroom and comeback. Obviously. I'm not going to. I don't bring my bag. It's too heavy. It's junkie. So I had it in my back pocket. And then it'll stay in the back pocket. I see. Well, see what I do is. I have like the Italian wallet going where have the ID the pass my credit card, whatever my MBA passes, like twelve fifteen different things with an elastic around that. I haven't used a wallet since one thousand nine hundred eighty two I lost it on time. So I walk around with that my front pockets. I never can forget it. Well, that's true. If I had my like, license and credit cards, especially the way, I pay for things attached. Then I would never forget it. That's my suggestion. No, I I am not going to do a rubber band. Italian guy. Nobody's even cell phone cases that you can play credit cards like in the back to bring my phone to the restroom. I know is being complicated. Christian. I always go to the cell phone because that's where all people read. Okay. Enjoy recoding cell phone. Potentially terrible germ just. Anyway, maybe you need like a necklace thing. Like this. Actually, do have a lanyard already ready to go the idea on if that's an option, but I'm not big fan of that. I'm actually more to that. Sorry. I'm being contrarian with you today show. I can tell you. I a guy and I'm not on board with the elastic. I have a wallet. But I'm not doing the elastic band thing. I do I probably might be more more, maybe more inclined. At least remember, especially if I have my neck. I looked like such an idiot. I know I will come looking. But I won't be that way. If it's on my neck, right? Use restrooms. Come back. I won't want to keep it on my neck the right? I'll come back here. Put it back in the bag because I don't want to be wearing this thing. Because we also we have to go through all the doors to to go to the cafeteria. We can if we go the long way the short way is down the hall to make coffee or oatmeal or whatever else or I just have a tendency of walking around here all day and talking to people they probably annoying everyone. That's what I like to do. So so yes that is being the detour so far. I've had a good run your nine days. Usually most most resolutions end in like day to the next week. How many people said they were going to work out more than in the new year plywood? January second and never again. Sorry cutback on tweets. The second matter to address, was course, Kevin Hart and so Christian. It's really who needs to appraise subsets. Can you Christian? Just tell us what exactly happened here. Well, he's doing press for his upside movie that comes out on Friday, and he was on good Morning America this morning with Michael Strahan. And of course, that topic came up, and he basically said I can play like when he had the question about the Oscars. But he's basically saying again it many. Said it many times I'm done. I'm not talking about is anymore. Like, I said I've had to say I have apologized. Many times. I apologize. I apologize before that. So if you can't accept my apology will then that's your problem. What he was getting too. But then he did Michael ask. So what about the Oscars hold on one second? I'll get the audio. Oh, all right. I I'm not a big fan of Kevin Hart. I don't find them all overly funny, but good for him. We've talked more about Kevin Hart. And this week or two then I think I'd ever ever even thought I thought it with Christian in the afternoon because Christian loves Kevin. I don't. Look, he's a talented guys made a very comfortable living for himself. I think this movie is going to be in with Bryan. Cranston looks really good upside based on a true story. Yeah. That looks really good. It does. He got. She's helping. A man who was a quadriplegic can only move his neck who's a billionaire, and he takes a liking to Kevin Hart. Who's kind of like becomes a system who is just fresh out of prison. It you had to get a job because going back to prison if he didn't get a job because probation officer, and then he stumbles into this building not looking for this job. But Bryan Cranston liked him. And well he hired him. Sounds like a another version of scent of a woman or something like an odd couple getting together and having some laughs for that. But Bryan, Cranston is a superbly talented actor I look forward to but good good for Kevin Hart, saying, no, thanks, but no, thanks. Yeah. So this was hurt in Michael stream about the Oscars with all this being said, and all this controversy, all the way, you look wages addressed it is there hope that you would host the Oscars this year. No. I absolutely. Yes. This year. And it has nothing future. It's hard to predict what happened, and I don't want people to think that there's a thing between me the academy because there isn't the academy. They're amazing people. The offer was made it was received. I was excited things happen. Then worked out the way they should have right now. From a time perspective. I don't have the time. I don't have the time. That's the right move. Yeah. Soon as Ellen had his back that was that was good. And because he and he's right. Yeah. There's gonna be I mean, this is going to there's going to be some pushback now for this ridiculousness going on culturally. Just so Tom. He definitely. Yeah. He definitely will be with Don lemon, though. That's the most important thing. It's funny, but Don lemon become relevant in some way around this Jim Acosta in Don lemon should have a show together. I would agree. It'd be an interesting show. If you watch Don lemon and keep Baldwin and a couple of the others. They've done the same formula with olives where the all now our first of all there's a close shot on them. So you can get the reaction the whole time. And they're all really nowhere else. Martin ac-. Now, they were just a few years ago Ernest anchors right now, they're all lemon. 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