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"washington post new york times" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"washington post new york times" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Three 8 7 two the Dan Bon Geno show So after what I told you in the last two and a half hours about well Ben hour or so the two and a half hours of the show I was talking about Hillary Clinton the Obama administration their role in not only the uranium one the transfer of uranium assets to foreign control which can obviously be used in a nuclear weapon But Hillary Clinton's role in the promotion of a Russian technology project that stole our technology to create hypersonic weapons Russia and China to then kill us with they now tested successfully China hypersonic weapon We have no known defense for And they can put a nuclear tip on there to wipe out American cities You know you would think the media would be all over this story Oh my gosh bunch you know it's right Hillary Clinton promoted this coca co project Our Intel people knew this was a technology transfer grift that the Russians were stealing our stuff to build these weapons to kill us But the media doesn't have any interest in that The media is only jump They're only only job Listen up and even not everyone in the media But definitely the hacks at CNN The Washington Post New York Times you know the whole cast of characters in the Motley crew right Their job now is to now that we have conclusive evidence Hillary Clinton and Bill Clinton colluded with the Russians to assist them in creating weapons That can potentially kill us right Their goal now is to make sure that the Trump collusion fairytale gets regurgitated and thrown up again all over the media people so they have a distraction mechanism Look squirrel that's why Christopher Steele has made a reappearance with conveniently a Clinton operative George Stephanopoulos Queue up for me cut three gym Here's stephanopoulos trying to restore credibility to the fully discredited Christopher Steele purveyor of the dossier and pee pee tape hoax I want you to listen to how steel Here's a headline before we get there from the independent Christopher Steele defense Trump dossier and says they compromise the PPK probably exists The tape doesn't exist folks There's no pee pee tape There's no pee pee tape Listen to me There is no pee pee tape I promise you someone would be a right now if they had to pee pee There's no pee pee If you know Donald Trump he is a germaphobe He puts more alcohol on his hands than any human being on Planet Earth The guy is not gonna let any Russian prostitute pee on him If you knew that you were a media type you'd know there's no pee pee tape Here is Christopher Steele hilariously trying to resuscitate the pee pee tape Again with George Stephanopoulos I step on up let's check this out You.

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"washington post new york times" Discussed on Unbottleneck - Digital Marketing Solutions

Unbottleneck - Digital Marketing Solutions

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"washington post new york times" Discussed on Unbottleneck - Digital Marketing Solutions

"Competing with a lot of publishers on the east coast so washington post new york times and other related publishers. They've already been up at it. So if we're gonna logging on five. Were catching up on some of the trends. That are already popping over there. And that's where. Google trends is really invaluable because it will start to show me okay. These are the things that are already percolating at all. Start to check from like the night before. Okay did post on any of these things are we behind are. Is there anything that we can jump on right now. I'll also start to look into you. Know like our wire services on because we work with like ap news and so if there is a quicker wire piece of content that we can get up to jump on a trend will do that because they will take more time obviously early to get on one of our own writers to do something So it's a matter of kind of filtering through those things finding wire where it's appropriate to jump on some trends and then really laying out a workflow Because a good example the olympics have been a huge infrastructure over then. The news cycle And so every single day when you're in a specific event cycle like that. Google trends is also really helpful. Because in that top stories section of google trends those olympics themes will shine through In particular a big one. That i've taken in the last few days has obviously been simone. Biles she's been a major topic of interest so every single day. I'm always trying to dig in there and say okay. How can we better cover this particular theme. What are breakout angles. So that's kind of going beyond just like the simple news but trying to find these like explainer angles and different Specific queries that people might be searching for One that i came up with today that came directly from google trends. Was you know. What our twisties as simone biles referred to that as some faith that was something that impacted her when she was in that bolt. So now we're pursuing an explainer on that to like. Hopefully debunk that for our readers..

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"washington post new york times" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"washington post new york times" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"Relief for the relief of minor aches and pains. Temporary support for the relief of minor aches and pains. And you can't do better than that. Three weeks starter. Pack nineteen ninety-five. And if you won't want to live and million ways over there are you can do what you want them. Back in there to cat. Stevens day on the hugh hewitt show nine thousand ten thousand word story on cat stevens in the washington. Post this morning the meaning of cat. David drucker is with the washington examiner. You can follow him on twitter davidmdrucker. He is the author of the forthcoming in trump's shadow. The battle for twenty twenty four in the future of the gop which drops in twenty eight days on october the nineteenth. I believe in my right about that. Davidmdrucker in trump shadow on october nineteenth. You're right about that you so i'm going to be giving you the casual aside mentioned in a washington post column that about books that i we'll read about trumpers that i won't one of them in trump shadow because you actually know what you're writing about his cat stevens in your book. No i now wish. I thought better of it because i've always been a fan of his music and i still have this memory from grad trip. I did when i was eighteen. Where one of his songs is playing over. the over. The speaker in a restaurant works for me and my two buddies and nobody else in the restaurant. And it's just like mark my brain. Well i must say people certain. You're a little bit young for this. But as i as i introduced people to the idea. Imagine my surprise. When i go through my morning discipline. Which at times of israel financial times the telegraph the wall street journal the washington post new york times just to make sure nothing. Going up pops. Ten thousand words on the meaning of cats thieving the meanings of us up. That's his name is missile named why. Us you up cat stevens. What what he's back. And i mean this is like this is a real throwback right. Yeah if you if you live long enough if you're lucky enough to live long enough you will see just about everything and things that were long gone. We'll come back around cat. Stevens is back now. I want to talk about in trump shadow because the column today is about books. I reading books. I don't read having to trump. Could my professional obligation requires me to read. George world book andrew sullivan book. Jesse mccarthy's book. I got lots of books to read. I'm always reading. So i can't this flood of trump books. And i mentioned to that. I will be reading one by jonathan karl from abc and david drucker and trump shot. Because both you and karl actually have sources in trump world. What is in trump's shadow going to be about david. It's going to be the future..

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"washington post new york times" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"washington post new york times" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"Twentieth or twenty four twenty twenty one joined by united states. Senator tom cotton and serves on the senate intelligence committee. Good morning senator. I know your time is short. Washington post new york times reporting. The director met on monday with the taliban leader. Were you in the senate aware of that. Hyun oh but the senate is not in session either and We have very limited ability to have classified communication outside the senior leadership. I i will say that i hope. That director burgess meeting with senior taliban officials foreshadows joe biden's announcement that we will remain on the ground at the airport and out into kabul for as long as necessary all the americans who are in back stranded in afghanistan despite with the president's Spokeswoman said yesterday a member of your staff has been issuing updates about how your office has been flooded with and responding to requests for assistance from american and afghan forces who helped us at seems like it might be getting a little bit more under control. What your sense of that senator. It's still pretty chaotic over there. Hugh we still are constantly Getting incoming from american citizens or their family members or folks Who served with afghan who've been vetted and qualified for special visa. We're doing everything we can. At a minimum to get the information they need and provide them Some coaching and guidance about how to Get to the gates how to survive in hot temperature boy. The taliban goon squads and some cases we have been able to With top friends and contacts inside the wire actually pull them inside the wire and get them on planes It's kind of disgraceful. That freelancing senate office has to do this that should be the responsibility. The state department but Early last week when we realized that so many americans were stuck behind taliban lines Winning action and i could be crowder of the young men and women. I've had working around the clock on this issue now senator. I am assuming that eventually we are going to have to leave. Do you have any denominator. We know what the numerator is. They keep telling us like ron claim. Twenty one thousand americans twenty hours. Do you have any idea of the minimum denominator that they will not give us a minimum number that they are certain of americans who were there in a minimum number of afghan allies. Do you have any idea. What the minimum number. But he he not really not any more precise than what the administration has said publicly. Ten to fifteen thousand. I mean part of me wonders if they don't want to reveal the actual numbers Because it will be an indictment of president biden's botched execution of this decision to withdraw from afghanistan I mean you would think that the us government would at least have have a rough estimate within the number of hundreds I mean i understand. Some people might have left. You know weeks ago to go to india or the golf or what have you But you think that at least within a few hundred our government would know but if they do they're certainly not sharing congress or the american people with the last question senator. I know you're rushed. There's tons and tons of military equipment. There that will be in the hands of terrorists or the connie network or al qaeda or isis after the americans are out what the united states do about that equipment. A lot of the equipment won't be usable in the long term Like the taliban have many black hawk college right now and they certainly don't have access to parts of the field they need but unfortunately the things that will be most useful to them. Also the things about which we have the least control or the least ability to influence. And that's the man portable weapons of women that were left behind in the tens of thousands of rifles machine-guns things like night-vision goggles Even illiterate taliban fighter can turn to switzerland night vision. Goggle has got a couple of double a. batteries in it And that's a significant enhancements of their individual soldierly alley and. There's just not much we can do about it anymore. Yeah it's just an example of how slash disorganized president by execution of this decision withdrawal has been very last question senator. Do you have any doubt will hear stories of heroism by the american military. Once this is over. I bet you. They're going into harm's way daily to get people no doubt you. i mean obviously. It looks extremely chaotic on the ground. Last week But our military designed to deploy indicate. Try to impose some kind of order. And you've all seen the pictures and videos of our soldiers marines carrying for young children Sometimes lifting toddlers over concertina wire I suspect they'll be some soldiers and marines Who personally went beyond what they were instructed to do to present taliban goon squads from beating people to death in front of them outside the gates of couple airport and i certainly hope that will soon see Patrols into kabul collect of american citizens if the french british and even dutch can do it then surely we can allow our troops and marines to execute that mission to protect our country. Senator tom cotton thank you. I know what you're battalion. That division the one hundred and i and i appreciate your joining me this morning on a busy morning. Talk to you next week. One eight hundred five zero one two three four america. The downside of all this is that we have not been able to spend much attention on haiti and my emergency campaign to help. Haiti and the food for the poor sponsorship of it is an amazing.

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"washington post new york times" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast

The Gerry Callahan Podcast

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"washington post new york times" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast

"Ninety five percent of the american people will agree with everything he just said. Ninety five percent of the press covering this white house will disagree and for an american president to finally be completely aligned with such an overwhelming majority of what the american people think about. Afghanistan is probably a tremendous relief to the american people. Nutjob first of all ninety. Five percent of people don't agree on anything but you could say the majority wants out of afghanistan. No question vast majority ninety five percent of the press corps will disagree which ones nicole walls you. Sit there and watch this every day. Yameichi philip bump maggie haberman. Who is the washington post new york times. Abc en what are you talking about you. She is just pathetic. I mean she has. She's lost all credibility. I told you yesterday was gonna watch. Cnn and msnbc. I didn't i saw some highlights. I didn't i really should just for a laugh. But unfortunately it's going to become impossible if the british guy at the un is correct and a human rights crisis in their hostages in their killings and their you know girls being forced to marry. You know old men when they're eight years old which we saw all those horror stories twenty years ago and by the way. I'm much more skeptical of this stuff. Now and a day. Why the or in iraq. I don't know if you remember the build up to the war in iraq but it was one horror story after another about the saddam hussein's sons putting people in meat. Grinders and in a raping little. And you're saying design. It's almost like a game speech from football coach. Just trying to get. People pissed off and riled up. And i look back and i think it was one huge mistake and the wmd's was only part of it. That was an intelligence failure. But there was a real pr push to convince you that these people were savages and they were abusing innocent people. And you're sending out. Let's go get them. And then you end up losing thousands of americans and you look back and now there are a an ally of iran alvarenga saying wait a second. Why did we go in. Oh that's right. Saddam hussein's to evil sons. Were you know raping girls and killing people and for that we lost thousands of american lives. I'm not gonna fold again if they start giving us horror stories saying oh we gotta go in there again. can't they. Did to these little girls look what they did. Stone this woman to death for you know for showing her face. i don't care. Sorry that's their problem. That's not a problem. We can't go in again. We can't escalate what's more likely. They'll be an international cry for for relief effort and then billions of dollars will be spent their which will probably go into the hands of the taliban leader site or you sending a un peacekeeping force which is always good because they'll do the raping for the taliban tele mccain all the fun we'll send those un peacekeepers those those degenerates scum than and they'll fix fix everything. We'll we'll we'll be back to this back. Agnes back on this tomorrow and the next day and the next day at ain't going away but i did want to mention a couple of things I'm not gonna tempt you. Tim tebow did his best. He tried he. He made a block. It wasn't a pretty block but he made the block and then everyone in the media..

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"washington post new york times" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"washington post new york times" Discussed on Pod Save America

"Here's one hundred forty characters. And now i need a twenty five read. I would have gotten linked to medium post right. Look what. I have said linked to medium post eleven minute ruin. He liked dropped off a blog on your desk for the daily coast. John roberts confirmation it was like as yeah he wanted to be a daily kos blogger question for you about about about your president. Is he online with like lurker accounts. I don't know i think so. So he was online with to play words with friends That was the thing real security Potential violation threat issue. There mash words with friends when he kill everybody. He was just crush reggie. Yeah i think they just played with him to make him feel good I think that when he pete souza he has ipad and he could read the news on his ipad. He wasn't like on twitter at least back when now like descent. Yeah i think he is more. I think he is like informed in a way that you'd be like well. How did you know that if you haven't been scrolling around but i could also. He does like he goes the washington post new york times whilst you generally reads like the top read most shared stories. He's kind of gets it that way. She's at the atlantic. All the very barack obama type places That he gets his new from. He's also disciplined enough to go on twitter for eleven seconds. Realize it's low calorie garbage in walkaway unlike us. That's what i would imagine. I give twelve minutes a day. And i scan and see if there's anything i need to know and then i move on to more long-form stuff where it's like. I keep scrolling going like i should probably i should probably read something. That's longer than than a tweet. But what about this thing. But what about this thing. And so yeah. It's only on the airplane. That i can do the long form stuff. Yeah no. I'm the worst. 'cause i give my wife grief if she's on tick-tock talk too much then i'm like each. You're on twitter all day long. And it's just a chat room for nerds. It's really bad when you're even reading a story in the post or the times and you're like checking twitter in the middle of reading the story. That's what i'm like all right. My attention span is now nothing and this is just garbage. What i'm doing my myself. Another dumb question is the house is the congressional gym. Nice white a members love. And we're talking about this the other day. There's so many gyms you could go to in washington. Dc why does everybody end up back at the house and senate gym. So i don't know about the house jim. i heard. It's fancy my my good friend and former governor. Neil abercrombie was the chairman of the subcommittee on the jim. Come on. that's the thing and he said that he told me that you know. It made him very popular with members and he was the first person to make sure that the women's and the men's side were equally resource. Which is a big deal. I'm not I don't exercise indoors for the most part. So i don't go to the senate jim been inside of it. It's small and lovely. That's all i can tell you well on that note. I think we should wrap it up. And i don't know the first time i see steve king naked. I'm out of there now. I know anyone runs for congress. Your highest aspirations should be chair the subcommittee for the gym. That's pretty sweet. That's that's the shoes to fill senator shots. Thank you so much for coming by always next time. You're in town on a layover. Please come by the office of that time. He can dress up for dress down. I guess i will do. We'll figure out what we're all wearing. Matching up. okay. Thank you all right. Thanks.

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"washington post new york times" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"washington post new york times" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"They called me a racist for disagreeing with President Obama on signing that order. Well, that's because you're white and he's black. That's the only reason you were a racist because you disagreed with someone who looked like them. World with him When you had President Trump in Portland, having some federal agents pulled some people off the street. They all freaked out about it like it was illegal. Um, and remind him like, No, it wasn't your guy made that legal. Uh, yeah, And it's not just that India A that the start of it was the Patriot Act. You know, it could be argued that there was some stuff before that, Uh, it's not like walking up a pyramid. You know what I mean? Nobody ever turns around and goes back down that pyramid of power and keep Getting Maura Maura Maura Maura Well, and And Here's Here's the problem with this J. Is this. This problem of perception and lack of context in historical terms of just the last 20 years? Is that George W. Bush. Now in retrospect, in hindsight, was not anywhere close to being a quote unquote conservative president. He wasn't a small government guy. Ah, and he and he put the pedal to the metal with executive orders and then president Obama said, Well, looks like I've got this power to and he just put his his foot down. Even further, President Trump accelerated and now Joe Biden has gone past a mall just in in two weeks. It's amazing time or executive orders. The name president previously had 100 days. Yeah. We should be terrifying should be terrifying. It should be, but again because of hypocrisy and and the lack of media coverage of this, you know, President Trump had signed this many executive orders in his first two weeks. You know what the press the mainstream press would have said about him and and not a peep from the likes of the Washington Post, New York Times, MSNBC, NBC, CNN or the like CBS, any of them any of the legacy, mainstream media outlets. Are saying nothing about it. And there's complicity from the big social media networks, whether it be Facebook or Twitter or YouTube, which are banning and canceling conservative views or dissenting views of anything the bite administration has done so far, but they're not saying a peep about his overreach in the executive branch. No. The only the only like major publication I have seen to really address it. Not just like, you know, glaze over. It was actually believe it or not The New York Times I found one article. Oh, you've won our article, okay? Right. And then you say today actually had a piece worth if they didn't outright say there was a problem with it, But like the way the author was describing it like you could tell that he wasn't comfortable with it, or she wasn't comfortable with that. I don't remember who wrote it, but They said what they listed them all and not only the orders, but the proclamations in the memorandum, SA's well He signed three more today. Yeah. I mean, how to control and, uh, putting the pedal to the metal on illegal immigration and the lights you know, they all talked about Trump's separating families at the border. Well, President Obama started that and the file photos that they showed. Of kids sleeping in cages in those foil. Blankets actually happened during the Obama administration in 2014, and they blamed it on Trump right. There was actually an issue where the Obama administration's Immigration. Had given kids for human traffickers. More than a few too like over 100. I believe it was Well, there's this big. There's this big push now under the Biden administration to reunify kids with their families, and I'm all for that. But their families don't want those kids to be sent back and reunited with them because they want them to be here is like an anchor for them to come, and the bite administration is more than willing to make that happen. Right. It's insane. It's insane. It's crazy. We'll talk about more crazy stuff here. Just a moment after a break, J. Armstrong our guest on the nightcap on 700 wlw. Did you see that spy film where the British agent falls deeply.

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"washington post new york times" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

07:37 min | 2 years ago

"washington post new york times" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Standard operating procedure for them Now, that doesn't mean it isn't possible because slim people are people and they do crazy things and They have, you know, crazy motivations, and we can't possibly know everything going on these people's lives. I'm just telling you on the surface here and even little deeper than the surface cannot imagine. Them at the specificity. That they're alleging things that have happened here. So It's just it's Impossible not to believe this. They start asking. Well, Okay, So what's next? I mean, you've got this evidence where you gonna do with it? You have a list? Evidence to whom are you going to present it? Now, A lot of people think that there is conflicting information. In all this and that because of the conflicting Information. People don't know what to think about the election results. And I'm using the word information because the word news is now totally meaningless. You realize there's no news anymore, folks. As I have told you over the many broadcast years, there's no news is there's just, You know, a bunch of Charlotte. Turns out they're presenting information that has been Manipulated, exaggerated made up. What have you Now there are some sites also that some might say You're cook sites that are also in on this. They're in deep on it. Said Cook sites because you never heard of him and they will let me retract cooks that just some sights. You've never heard of it. And so you might say. Okay, Well, I can't invest in something I never heard of. Why can't you You realize that anybody on earth And access the Internet and write something and posted there. And my friends. One thing I've learned just by on virtue my own life. There are not just a few people. That end up being qualified to post opinions on the Internet. You know, in the old days when it was ABC, CBS, NBC and the two newspapers, The Washington Post New York Times If you had a commentary job any of those places If you were an up and columnist New York Times Washington POST If you were commentator like Eric Severeid with bad teeth At CBS. Howard K. Smith. Why don't we do one? Howard K. Smith. They all had him. They all have their comments. Those jobs were precious. Cause there were only five or six of them. I'm talking about on air. The newspaper op ed people are more numbers than that. But back in those days we're going back now to the sixties, the modern era 60 seventies and almost the entirety eighties. Those jobs were special. And the people that did them were thought back then, to be special. There was a reason you should listen to Eric Severeid, as opposed to friends, Labbadia, Nick. Writing a letter to the editor in the Osh Kosh Gazette. There was a reason why you should pay no attention to some guy writing a letter to the editor, but you ought to pay attention to Eric Severeid, and that was part of the image creation. It was part of the way the networks created the aura. Of uniqueness. That only people who worked for them were capable and qualified. To render opinions learning opinions on politics, science, you name it. Then something fascinating happened. In 1988, a guy came out of nowhere that nobody ever heard of and started a radio talk show. And he was the quintessential guy that writes letters to the editor of the Oshkosh is that it was me and I started a radio talk show and it took the country by storm. And one of the reasons That I was such a threat to these people was the very Fact of my existence. I should not have been allowed to happen. You don't get to be on national media. Telling people what you think and what they should think. Particularly about presidential and political Events politics. Without having paid some dues. But I have been going to the right schools, but I haven't gotten to know certain people. It was a club. It was the early forerunner of the establishment. Deep state. Whatever you wanna call it, and here I come. I come from a town in the Midwest. Did not graduate university or college. I Had Literally, no resume that would in any way be acceptable. By people. We're doing what I was doing, He said they were doing it. New York Times, Washington Post, ABC, CBS, NBC. It shouldn't have been possible. That's why they presented me all these. It's why they present Trump of the president should not have been possible. I should not have been putting up. The point I'm trying to make to you is That if I can come out of nowhere And Attempt. To build a radio show based on my love of politics, my desire to discuss it with people of the country and if that show can succeed beyond anybody's wildest dreams. Then it it destroys the myth. That only I select. Few are qualified to do it. It destroys the myth that only Eric Severeid is qualified to tell you what to think. It Walter Cronkite. He's the only guy I tell you qualified to tell you what to think. Brinkley broke all you name it. It blew all of that out of the water. And this new guy me. Happened to be conservative. All that was a double whammy. The point is so when they're these new websites Nobody's ever heard of. And they're out there offering you their opinion on politics. Don't make the mistake of assuming that just because you never heard of their bunch of kooks. Don't let The powers that be in drive by media get you all caught up in being this arrogant, exclusive. Group that thinks these people like qualified Lord, I've never I've never heard. I've never heard of. Get your gun calm. I never never heard. I don't pay. You never know. Could be some of the smartest people you've never met. That also gonna be a bunch of frauds because it's wide open out there. But the idea That the only people who qualified You engage in discussions like we have here? The only people qualified or people who have been approved by mainstream sources. Is not the case. And this is what largely constitutes the new media. People that Would have never.

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"washington post new york times" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

06:57 min | 2 years ago

"washington post new york times" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Fact, I have every reason to believe them intellectually, not emotionally. No. I want what they're saying to be true. But Intellectually, I can't Come up with a reason to doubt them. What could their motivation be? Because if It turns out That they're making Fraud. I can't. There's nothing in either person's life. Life's work, her track record that would indicate That this is a Standard operating procedure for them Now, that doesn't mean it isn't possible because slim people are people and they do crazy things and They have, you know, crazy motivations, and we can't possibly know everything going on these people's lives. I'm just telling you on the surface here and even little deeper than the surface. Cannot imagine. Them at the specificity. That they're alleging things that have happened here. So It's just it's Impossible not to believe this. They start asking. Well, Okay, So what's next? I mean, you got a list? Evidence where you gonna do with it? You have all this evidence to whom are you going to present it? Now, A lot of people think that there is conflicting information. In all this and that because of the conflicting Information. People don't know what to think about the election results. And I'm using the word information because the word news is now totally meaningless. You realize there's no news anymore, folks. As I have told you over the many broadcast years, there's no news is there's just You know, a bunch of Charlotte turns out they're presenting information that has been Manipulated. Exaggerated Made up. What have you Now there are some sites also that some might say You're cook sites that are also in on this. They're in deep on it. Said Cook sites because You never heard of him. And they will let me retract cooks that just some sights you've never heard of. And so you might say. Okay, Well, I can't invest in something I never heard of. Why can't you You realize that anybody on earth And access the Internet and write something and posted there. And my friends. One thing I've learned just by on virtue of my own life. There are not just a few people. That end up being qualified. Opposed opinions on the Internet. You know, in the old days when it was ABC, CBS, NBC and the two newspapers, The Washington Post New York Times If you had a commentary job any of those places If you were an up and columnist New York Times Washington POST If you were commentator like Eric Severeid with bad teeth At CBS. Howard K. Smith. Why don't we do one? Howard K. Smith. They all had him. They all have their comments. Those jobs were precious. Is there were only five or six of them. I'm talking about on air. The newspaper op ed people are more numerous than that. But back in those days, we're going back now to the sixties, the modern era 60 seventies. I am almost the entirety of the eighties. Those jobs were special. And the people that did them were thought back then, to be special. There was a reason you should listen to Eric Severeid, as opposed to friends. Labbadia, Nick. Writing a letter to the editor in the Osh Kosh Gazette. There was a reason why you should pay no attention to some guy writing a letter to the editor, but you ought to pay attention to Eric Severeid, and that was part of the image creation. It was part of the way the networks created the aura. Of uniqueness. That only people who worked for them were capable and qualified. Render opinions learning opinions on politics, science, you name it. Then something fascinating happened. In 1988, a guy came out of nowhere that nobody ever heard of and started a radio talk show. And he was the quintessential guy that writes letters to the editor of the Oshkosh is that it was me. And I started a radio talk show and it took the country by storm. And one of the reasons That I was such a threat to these people was the very Fact of my existence. I should not have been allowed to happen. You don't get to be on national media. Telling people what you think and what they should think. Particularly about presidential and political Events politics. Without having paid some dues. But I have been going to the right schools, but I haven't gotten to know certain people. It was a club. It was the early forerunner of the establishment. Deep state. Whatever you wanna call it, and here I come. I come from a town in the Midwest. I did not graduate university or college. I Had Literally, no resume that when in any way, be acceptable. By people. We're doing what I was doing, He said they were doing it. New York Times Washington Post, ABC, CBS, NBC. It shouldn't have been possible. That's why they've resented me all these. It's why they present Trump of the president should not have been possible. I should not have been putting up. The point I'm trying to make to you is That if I can come out of nowhere And Attempt. To build a radio show based on my love of politics, my desire to discuss it with people of the country and if that show can succeed beyond anybody's wildest dreams. Then it it destroys the myth. But only I select. Few are qualified to do it..

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"washington post new york times" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

07:48 min | 2 years ago

"washington post new york times" Discussed on KTRH

"The commentary editor at the Washington Examiner, and that's where the piece was published. That we're discussing election experts say Trump is 99.5% likely to lose. Here's the simple reason they're wrong. Tim. Do you think all this talk about Poles effects? The results? Particularly. Do you think that people say Well, if Trump can't win, I'm not going to show up vote or Do you think they say? Well, looks like Biden is gonna win. I don't need to show up vote. I didn't think so. I think that four years ago Ah Trump might not have won Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Michigan. If people knew he had a chance of winning. I think there were people who you've got to combine it with Hillary Clinton's unprecedented unlike ability. People did not like Hillary. They did not want to vote for her. But some of them said Well should be better than trump. But then imagine that voter who then believes, um, that Trump doesn't have a chance, because again and Wisconsin Trump was down by 6.5. I think in the polls Um And so that person is going to say I'm not going to go out of my way to vote for this woman who I have no interest in voting for just cast a symbolic vote. So I do think the Poles can influence voters understanding of the importance of the For instance, and, um Rai vote in Maryland. A lot of times if the Republican is not somebody I like I just say, look, this person I don't like him. They're down by 20 points. I'm going to vote for somebody actually pro life. But then, if the votes if the race is looking close my governor Larry Hogan, Um he's been in close races both times or possibly close races both times. So you had no hesitation voting from so Surely the polls do influence how people vote. Christmas Eve, my brother and I would beg our mom. When we were growing up. We wanted to open our presents early. We couldn't wait till the next day and there was so much buildup. Right? Do you think that all of this talk of polls? It's it's constant. From Washington Post New York Times and the like. Do you think this is because they can't wait on the result? Because they're so excited and they live it or do you think it's a conscious attempt to our conscious or not? It's an attempt to skew the election and sort of suppressed the trump enthusiasm. I don't think it's an attempt to Ah skew the election. I do think that we're there and then cast years We've gotten almost all the results on election night and we're sitting there and used to be able to Counted. What the Media wants this to be exciting, so that means we have to have information that's valuable, and that requires two things assuming it's close. And assuming that we actually have real information this year may or may not be close. I think, um, I think you're silly if you rule out Trump, but I also think it's possible by to get the blowout. But also there's a possibility that on election night we're not actually going to get On Christmas morning as it is, we're not actually gonna get her presence that a lot of the results are not going to come in because of unprecedented vote by mail and so Pennsylvania. Which very possibly going to swing state, the their steak or general that their votes don't have to come in till two days after the election day. So then they start being counted a few days after Election Day. So it's going to be tough. We're going to want to cover the election results as they come in, But we're used to a few hours of staying up late and crunching numbers. And this could be a few days trickling in, you know, like like the election of 18 0 force so dispiriting. It's so dispiriting. It leaves people with the sense If things were not fair, and I find that that erodes every institution that the fabric that binds us the sense of nationhood. All right, Tim, I know you like to report a not opine, but I'm gonna put you on the spot. I'm going to give you the state. And you tell me not who you want to win, obviously, but who you think will win Pennsylvania. I think Joe Biden is goingto win Pennsylvania and he's gonna win the presidential race by that one state. It's going to be just that margin and that pencil in it's going to be the The tipping point state, and I think Biden hangs on and wins by only a few electoral votes. Arizona I think that one goes Trump I do, too, and I'm really surprised it. It's it's It's been that close. I'm assuming you got Ohio for Trump Florida for trial for Trump, Florida for Trump. Yes. Ah, Wisconsin. Wisconsin for Biden. Michigan. Biden. Think Biden wins big there. Uh, no, I think so. I think it'll tighten but his lead. They're significantly bigger than it was before the Democrats picked up House seats. They won the governorship there in 2018. You've definitely seen a damn word shift in Wisconsin in the last three years. And those states Michigan kind of big, big 10 football states, which I think represents, Well the politics Michigan, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin. I am fascinated. By the way, the races playing out there in the demographics of those states. It's very interesting how those states are going to turn and go back to the Harris Woolford. Race before 92 in 90, which Carville and Begala ran, and then they employed a lot of those tactics toe win for Clinton in 92. They were going after a very similar voter in a similar stage of their life. I think Trump is better it appealing to those voters than George H. W. Bush was. I don't think Biden is as good as Bill Clinton was, but it shapes up in much the same way. Yep, no And the again the ignoring of the working class white vote by the pollsters and by Hillary Clinton was the reason she lost four years ago. It's going to make for a very, very interesting year. Is there an October surprise that you forced? You know, I think, um, I think the Ah Hunter Biden stuff was the closest stuff we got on that. Anybody who was going to plant something would have printed it by now. You've already had millions of voters. Uh, it's too late, Tio to move people right now, and I think now play this back at me when it happened, But I think we're not going to get an October surprise. The idea do remember they did that to George W. Bush. They dropped from driving stuff in the news Thursday night before That's too late these days. You can't. Uh, you can't do it to many people vote early and vote by mail. I'll never forget I was I was on the Bush strikeforce and we were in Louisiana. Louisiana was now trending sufficiently Republican that Missouri was our big state. So they flew us to Missouri and we went to a Rams game were campaigning at a Rams game. In ST Louis, and we come out and we get that, they said there's been a there's been bad news. We go back to the hotel and there we all were just devastated because we thought this is going to cost him the election and I really don't think that that election would have been his close. As it was, we wouldn't have been discussing hanging chads had it not been for that dw. Ay, that was dropped at the last minute That happened in in Kennebunkport 25. Years earlier. Whatever What? 15 years earlier? Yes. Again. I think that was a different era is a very different era. It's a very different era. It's it's going to be. Ah, It's gonna be a very interesting race. Tim, Thanks for your perspective. Thanks for taking time. Please come back and visit with us. Anytime. Thank you there something wrong with no test required. You've definitely got it. We wish you well. And I have a good day. See? You got it..

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"washington post new york times" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:57 min | 2 years ago

"washington post new york times" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And Kamala Harris has stepped to the side. They're not covered. And instead of covering the Democratic candidate for president, the media actually is the opposition to the president. Whether it's CNN, MSNBC, NBC, ABC, CBS, The Washington Post New York Times Chicago Tribune. That is the candidate to run against Trump. In years past you had the media covering the two candidates. How much coverage has been given to the policies, the positions and the behaviour of Joe Biden or Kamala Harris? The answer is little or nothing 96% of the stories. Or about the president. Not doing something. Well, of course. And Joe Biden completely irrelevant. Why would Joe Biden come out of hiding to campaign? When the media is doing it for him the media to insist that Joe Biden hold news conferences, take interviews. Give speeches react. The biggest deficit. The president had Last Tuesday. I can't believe it was six days away seems like six months away. The biggest mistake Trump made was quieting down. In order to let Joe Biden talk more give Joe Biden The ability to continue to make a fool of himself and by Trump dominating the debate. He can't he kept Joe Biden silent, so the American people did not hear much from him, one expert said. If there was a transcript between the three parties at the debate, Biden Trump and Chris Wallace, who did a lousy job in the debate, I might add. That over 80%. Of all the words spoken whereby either Trump or Wallace Wallace had mohr things to say, as the moderator than Joe Biden. Because Joe Biden largely has nothing to say. And never before has a candidate called the sitting president, a liar and a racist, a clown and a fool. Uncovered by the mainstream media because the media is the candidate and not Joe Biden. I'm still amazed. Are you that Joe Biden would want to debate again? Every day print Radio and television. The candidate. Mainstream media versus Trump is ongoing daily. And by I didn't have to do a damn thing. He doesn't have to run a campaign damnedest thing I've ever seen. Imagine being a Democratic candidate for the presidency in your basement coming out and frequently babbling. Then going back into the basement, and the media just covers whatever Trump does because they have they see themselves as the opposition of the president. And lastly, before we take your calls One way or another. The election will conclude. Probably toward the end November. We're going to have a president elect. If Joe Biden wins the presidency legally. I will. Whether it's end of November December January, acknowledged him as my president. And I will wish Joe Biden well, because his success means our success as a nation. The Democrats do not feel like that at all. Can you imagine the chaos will ensue next year. Either Trump's going to get reelected, in which case the media is going to go frigging nuts because everything they've done hasn't worked and they're going to double and triple up on hating Trump and not covering news, but trading news and covering it with a slant. That's going to be ugly. On the other hand, if Joe Biden winds, which is what all the poll saying that that's what's going on Joe Biden, according to polling, Joe Bynes going to win At that point, Trump will leave the stage. To Joe Biden. And then for the first 3 to 6 months, all the things that the president must do that Biden because of a lack of mental acuity cannot do will be exposed. And then we're going to say we're in the hell was the media to cover this guy during the campaign. The answer is they didn't cover him because it didn't fit their political goals. And then we're going to feel embarrassed for this country. If Joe Biden wins, and he's gotta have a state of the Union address, and he can't read the damn teleprompter, he's going to meet with world leaders. He can't travel his frail and elderly He's not going to be able to do the job, which is what Trump's done for the past 47 months. He's done the job. You may not like the job he's doing, but he's active. He's alive. He's working. He's doing his job. He's an essential worker. Meeting in the American people and doing all that it can as he sees things to make things better for us. And so if he wins, the media continues their attacks. It's going to be ugly next year. If Biden wins is going to be obvious that mentally he's not present. The meters and look at yourself and say, Well, let's get Camilla Harrison there. Aly. She's mentally alert. She's a socialist. She's a Marxist, but she's mentally alert. Kamala Harris knows exactly what she wants to do and in concert. With Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer. She'll do exactly what she wants to do, which is bring Washington D C in Puerto Rico into the United States of America, which guarantees democratic assertion in the Congress. She will try to get rid of the of the Electoral college. They will get rid of the filibuster, which means the Senate will become a version of the House of Representatives. They will begin reparations. They will open the southern border that provide free medical care to illegal aliens. Those things are going to happen because this will be their chance for two years to impose their marks is orthodoxy on our country before they have to face the voters again. So the next year or two will be a crisis One way or another. We're going to have that crisis. I'd rather have trump fighting the Democrats and having nothing happened, then having socialism defunding police imposed upon us. By Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer. That you've heard my remarks. Want to get your comments next to 513749 7000. 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"washington post new york times" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"washington post new york times" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"You're listening to the Larry O'Connor show and it's a big story, and I don't mind reacting to it and hear your reaction to it and hearing the president react to it today because this is frankly perfect answer, and it has been pretty consistent with what the president has said for the last several months back is a cheerleader for this country. I love Country and I don't want people to be frightened. I don't want to create panic, as you say. And certainly I'm not going to drive this country or the world into a frenzy. We want to show confidence. We want to show strength. We want to show strength as a nation. And that's what I've done, and we've done very well. So we will continue to discuss it. And I'm fine with that dominant story because God knows when you go on cable news or broadcast news or on The Washington Post, New York Times Web sites and God help you If you do you'll hear one version of this story. One context of this story on ly one angle on this story, and that is once again the daily drumbeat of this is that the walls are closing in. Trump is finished. It's over. You should be outraged. He should resign. He should be impeached. He certainly should lose the election eight weeks from now, And I don't think that's what you're thinking. Certainly not my gut reaction on this. I mean, maybe I'm wrong. You tell me. Are you outraged over there? Or are you actually okay with the president? Not wanting to panic. The American people during a panda Triple 6 30. Washington's mall. 105.9 FM. Very O'Connor Here for E M P one, Any weight loss with everything going on? There's never been a better time to get healthier in every way possible. Here is just one out of hundreds of our listeners who found success with MP 1 80. My name is Kevin and I would highly recommend 1 80 for anybody who's thinking about losing weight. One of the best things about working remotely with That I could do it in the privacy of my own home. What I need to be eating when I need to be eating..

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"washington post new york times" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"washington post new york times" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Excellence in broadcasting. Now this this Taliban story Folks. I'm gonna go out on a limb here, but I really think this so called news about Russia offering to pay the Taliban. You know this bounty story out there that Trump says he don't know anything about. I really think that there's nothing in the news media. That's true anymore. You have to constantly remember this. There's nothing that's true. You cannot rely on the first take of anything. You see Washington Post New York Times the CNN and so I don't and my suspicion is aroused, and every one of these stories that has supposedly bombshell into the road news for Trump And so this this news about Russia offering to pay the Taliban about e. I think It's a leak. I think it comes from Democrat political operatives to hurt Trump. In fact, I wouldn't suspect it is. What's this news doing out here now? None of this. None of these figures were in the news. I think I think this news goes way way back to march. They didn't want this news to be buried by the Corona virus News when it was new and the shutdown was new, and the lock down was new. Does. This doesn't make any sense at all. And now Pelosi is right back at it. If there is any doubt now, Pelosi is using this fake story to revive the Russia conspiracy story again. The theories That the Trump campaign meddled in the election that Trump is an agent of Putin. She's using this. Trump didn't know a thing about it is that I did knowing about it. So if Putin wants toe Hey, a bounty for killing American soldiers and Trump looks the other way. This fits right in with the fact that they will not give up on this meddling and conspiracy story. She was on this week. Yesterday. ABC said she didn't believe Trump's denial. That he was briefed on the plot. Unsteady wasn't brief. She, she said she believes that Russia is blackmailing Trump. This is as bad as it gets. And yet the president will not confront the Russians on this score. Denies being briefed. She added. With him all roads lead to Putin. They won't give this up this whole thing, this whole bounty story that he says he knew nothing about. I'm sure it's a leak from Democrat operatives willing participation..

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"washington post new york times" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"washington post new york times" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"M. A. D. D. health or visit MAV D. dot org traffic on the tens every ten minutes mornings and afternoons Brian noble's news ninety three point one K. at VK here's a look at your forecast low fog this morning clear skies in the afternoon highs are gonna be in the low sixties in the valley than tomorrow sunny with highs in the mid sixties in the valley then over the weekend Christina is sunny with highs in the upper sixties to lower so all right that's gonna feel good on this rain let's get over to our personnel our technical producer upper little news from your neighborhood this morning good morning okay waiting on Albert's microphone and that's not working so hard his head you said quite the morning I will tell you right now I feel really bad for Albert this morning he got into work and the whole board went down on it now and somehow I mean honestly how he's been able to get this show on the air in the last eight minutes is amazing yeah he's he's have been to you know make it up as it goes along because nothing seems none of his buttons are working over there so we're we're gonna get over its buttons working and we have time if you if you believe this if you don't believe it China is reporting no new local infections for the first time since the outbreak began no infection so on the face of it that's a great headline what do we believe it's coming out of China right I mean so three reporters from The Washington Post New York Times and the Wall Street journal who uncovered and reported that China had been sending out wrong or dis information following the corona virus outbreak in China were kicked out of the country for reporting that so that's what they do in China when you report what really goes on the ticket out well that this is coming from I mean I don't know this is coming from the government's maybe they're like and they are trying to I don't know that their new but they make the delineation that it's no new local infections so they do have some infections from people who traveled abroad and then came back to the country so if we take it on its face right we believe it that's it and that's a great trend okay that means that if we talk about the wave right the parabolic yes wait in the way they're on the downside south Korea's on the downside maybe Italy is headed in that direction on the downside soon yeah the fact is is that the United States we are seeing a trend up nowhere in the crosshairs right now yes we're definitely are and and their countries behind us that have like Australia New Zealand they're shot their borders well there within the next twenty four hours well that's new today yes it is so that that's brand new they just made that out they just made that decision within the last in a few hours okay so there are countries now they're watching what's happening here and they're preparing so look I mean we're in for the next week and a half two weeks this is going to be extraordinarily eventful mmhm well it's changing think about what we were all doing last week at this time just stop and think about what you were doing last week I know in one week I now believe it is so one of the hot commodities out there hand sanitizer yeah so if you can't find any or maybe it was want to save some money we're gonna tell you step by step how you can make it at home and it really is easy that's coming up in three minutes the faxing connected coronavirus freaking information as it happens first hand information in depth coverage will be ready Sacramento's news eighty three point one K..

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"washington post new york times" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

06:15 min | 2 years ago

"washington post new york times" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"America's number one radio show what's what's on your mind today well I wonder if you remember one president Obama ordered a drone strike to assassinate a U. S. citizen on foreign soil yes he did this would be when he took out the lackey Adam I'll lackey in them in the Yemen country with which we were noted wool but mysteriously president Obama decided to drop bombs on AG as I recall he was actually just having lunch at a restaurant this guy and they blew him up in mid falafel what I remember was it was a young man that had gone overseas and we thought that he had turned to the dark side oh wait a minute yeah your right actually that I'll lackey one his sixteen year old son was also blown up that's the guy Abdel Rahman his son and he said he was from Colorado he was basically an American he was in law he was an American school boy he was basically in America yeah in process they didn't even try to apprehending they just did you ma'am yeah that's that's right he was he was basically a a high school sophomore and they droned him an American a Colorado high school sophomore drone by Obama and to and tell me what happened next Thome did the deal the left in the media go bananas over it yet all I saw a couple things already was very sparse unit just one away yeah it's sold that is at my recollection is that the only guy who actually made a big fuss about it would actually to you guys now the father son act like they lackeys it was wrong and ran to pull they were they were concerned that the idea of a president do could just growed go around the world droning American citizens but basically the New York times yeah yeah that's true but they do at the Washington post New York times Adam Schiff rose McGowan none of them were beloved by the droning of American citizens as I recall tell me so let me ask you okay Kerry to assassinate an American citizen why isn't such a bad deal to assassinated terrorists general exactly I mean that's what's that's what's fascinating about this terrorism you get into these these legal difficult is because they're not a Miller tree calm but tense under the Geneva convention they just some guy who's living in in the in an apartment somewhere who decides to rent an S. U. V. and drive it for a Christmas market in Berlin or whatever so it's fake but it's different when it's an actual general and as you point out there going crazy over trump droning a foreign general meeting with the guy who just attacked an American embassy them and they going fob full file crazier over the droning of an Iranian general than they did over at the Colorado high school sophomore it which would almost suggests that these objections on a genuine principled but they just step crappy in well flows and cheaply politically opportunist in a totally obvious way told me well I agree with that I really don't have much more to say other than it's a crazy world and I hope we get it straightened out yeah I think that's what they would call the second Blaj and will we were full of healthcare willow your taxes and will straighten out this crazy world that's definitely a second death from pledge Toby thank you very much field goal and happy new year to you that is the very interesting I basically bit Obama because all of the commitments he made to get my couldn't actually capture anyone and bring them to get my and interrogate them because he pledged along with many other pages that meant nothing that he was going to close down gitmo so the idea of seizing high value competence and then subjecting them to extreme interrogation proceed is to try and extract information for them from them wasn't something that he was in a position to do so the easiest way to deal with this was just to find out what people wind just driving them quietly and I hope that nobody I heard anything about it and the the the sixteen year old school boy I'll lackey all Nike for those you don't remember he was a big shot a man who would be in the other so called spiritual adviser that something three all full of the nine eleven guys and with a bunch of other ones all the way up to people like the Fort Hood Kayla for example so he was a bad guy as usual we come tell the bad guys from the good guys so in the early days after nine eleven he was being touted as the sort of moderate a ma'am and like all the guys if you can take almost any president or prime minister in the days after nine eleven they all went to the nearest mosque and had photo opportunities with so called moderate a man's and said is slamming his pace an older soul the Margaret M. am say were photographed within those days after nine eleven it turned out to have some key connections but none like this guy lackey who was involved with all kinds of people nevertheless he was a U. S. citizen he was born in New Mexico and his kid who is this says sixteen year old high school kid from Denver he looks like an American in high school kid D. V. D. didn't seem anything like an obvious terrorist or whatever but he said he's on the terrace of this.

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"washington post new york times" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"washington post new york times" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Time I heard that and there was little eight people on the table and everybody is put her head down nobody's gonna talk about that he was missing next day what are you are you concerned that you're being followed whenever you go there well I can tell you that yeah I mean because I'm an IT guy I know how to prevent some of that but yeah I can tell you I've gone into like the office to renew my visa and all of a picture of me from twenty years ago yeah they they track everybody else amazing the the the the higher ups are afraid of losing what they have I think I agree yeah I agree when it and also imagine the house of cards you have to build up when your family your billionaire then you're suppose we communists that's right exactly and I had heard that there's about seventy five people in China controlling everything is that true probably about right I mean there is the main point zero thinkers twelve of them but then the branch that all they all have their networks like that are all you know that these guys working with a billionaire in this billion over here in that city so that's probably a good number JW in London arkansas' with us now Hey J. W. thanks for calling welcome to the program thank you my car where grace is doing your gas thank you my son is been in China for seven years now he's teaching at a relatively early medical school the largest city in China and also you teaching at a high school preparing people for the taste all exam but then come the United States is they whatever they want the Chinese here one of things in and out I'm at my question pretty directed I know you have a lot of callers and then my question is why I have not international paper your record and Washington post New York times that the the Hearst empire yeah it is no damage to the LA times why have they not and also the major media why have made nor this entirely I mean I've known about this were ever advance John is technologically and I'm thinking why are you know the common the common thought out here in the world is that China is some backwoods country I mean people don't have any idea if your technology so far as to be it's a bird are why do you think that's true and and and again merry Christmas you I'm gonna hang up and listen to you and okay thanks you W. go head to head okay yet thank you W. I think it's good point you because you have a son there you you hear about it maybe you've been there I think a lot of these media outlets just don't get out of the DC New York beltway much.

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"washington post new york times" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:57 min | 3 years ago

"washington post new york times" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"In Denver finish number two in both leaders behind terminator films being praised but with the left and right has a number of conservative heroes in it like Ben Shapiro and colder Jordan Peterson and others and is rolling out across American weeks ahead but still need your support so voted no safe spaces dot com slash leaders and see what's playing and supported I frequently been asked about Donald Trump saying this stomach from saying that does business by the the down from said this look I look to see where the ball lands I will say again some years ago I'm watching it was a golf channel I'm not a golfer but I enjoy watching the sport and I enjoyed I enjoy the excellence of people like Tiger Woods and the host said to these two golfers both experienced what makes a good call for and one of them went through this beautiful a lamprey detailed mechanical description of what makes a good call for worst Vidar high puts his hips for pushes head the swing the follow through all that stuff beautiful and the other golfer said I look to see where the ball lands there are lots of things that the president says that I would say differently but might not have been as effective Donald Trump would not be president of the United States if he hadn't taken on the media in a way that I have been praying for Republicans do for decades he would not be president if he hadn't taken on Democrats in a way that I've been praying for public and to do for a long time these guys or mean vicious nasty in the reason they're mean vicious and nasty because they believe it our site is evil and once you believe the other side is evil you can justify pretty much anything pretty much anything you can justify going on the Senate floor the way we did standing there and saying Mitt Romney has not pay taxes in ten years and then after he resigned from the Senate laughs and said yeah I knew it wasn't true and when he was asked the regret that he goes well he didn't win did he that's how these guys roll Ronald Reagan was called a racist George Herbert Walker bush was called a racist by Maxine waters I thought that was a good bush George W. bush is called a racist and of course Donald Trump is taken to a whole nother level never mind when you ask Americans is Donald Trump too liberal about right or too conservative on all three categories they come out with almost identical ratings for trump first of George W. bush roughly the same percentage thought that George W. bush was too liberal I think Donald Trump is too liberal roughly the same percentage believe that Donald Trump is just right as believe George W. bush was just right same percentage believe the Donald Trump is too conservative as believe George W. bush is almost identical almost mirror images but Republican Party is racist it's sickening it is sickening with somebody like Bernie Sanders comes out and says he's going to end the absurdity of women making eighty cents on the dollar compared to men what a crock if that were true any self respecting profit seeking employer would probably fire all the men hire women and pocket the labor cost savings it is nonsense but they say it all the time and Donald Trump recognizes how how done we are Washington post New York times clearly the two most influential newspapers in America Washington post has never endorsed a Republican president ever New York times has not endorsed once it's nineteen fifty six nineteen fifty six I was for ninety three percent of reported the court in the pew research center call themselves something other than Republican only seven percent describe themselves as Republican what is that what is that CNN slapped around Republicans in the house then host a debate Republicans truck right in there and let the host a debate what is that look at these host Chuck Todd used to work for Democrats he's a host of meet the press Jake tapper your door for Democrats post on CNN total family of Democrats host on CNN Jim sciutto you for for a bomb as state department I show on CNN rediculous George Clinton marvelous top rated Bill Clinton was involved in orchestrating the so called not reflect strategy to malign the women that made allegations against Bill Clinton talk about sexism in the has take me to generation crickets and areas chief news anchor for ABC news and the media completely in curious about whether or not he played a role in crossing the story about Jeff esteem that a an anchor on ABC complain about on a hot Mike this thing on in Donald Trump recognizes how sickening this is how one fair this is and is doing something about it if only to call him out so that everybody now looks at the media with a great deal more skepticism that is a service that you perform for this country now if you are in any kind of pain maybe back neck pain shoulder hip or knee pain you got options you got really factor which is a one hundred percent drug free supplement that helps your body deal.

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