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LA Times Calls Lary Elder the 'Black Face' of White Supremacy
"I think about it. My friends think about the los angeles times printing a piece. That says that. Larry elder is the black face of white supremacy. And tell me why that paper deserves to be read. I'm canceling my subscription. I can't believe. I haven't cancelled my subscription. It's it's it's junk the la times just turned into junk. Not every reporter at the la. Times is a fraud however or an anti-american hater. however they say nothing about the anti-american haters so the. La times consists of anti-american haters. And people who don't speak up. Why is there not one individual. In the entire los angeles times edifice that said that is frankly going over the top right. Remember when william buckley took on the john berks society the the there's no self criticism on the left because you can't be too left. That's not possible you know it's printed people here and then they don't react. We're inured to left-wing hatred. There was literally nothing they could say that be would say. Ooh that's really it's over the top. If men give birth is normative then. Larry elder being the black face of white superiority supremacy. That's that's that's normative too. That's that's where we are
"Welcome to kids myths and Mysteries. I'm your host kept crumb today. I'm going to take a look at secret societies. I'll be examining how these societies have affected most major changes in American society how they've taken advantage of what is often referred to as the American go along attitude and high threshold for official misdeeds personality in 2004. George W. Bush was challenged through the election process by John Kerry despite the glaring differences in their politics. They were forever joined-at-the-hip off by a secret society both were and are members of the order of Skull and Bones Bush being a third-generation member father George HW Bush's secret name was Joe Sugg his grandfather Prescott shoulder Bush actually stole for the order one of their prized possessions. Geronimo's skull the Press caught onto the connection and they asked the cap. Dates about the Skull and Bones though as separately their answers were the same. It's a secret from the confines of the Tomb the name of the structure that houses the order that's calling bones may have come precedent Senators judges cabinet secretaries plenty of CIA field agents many of the members have been that tightens of finance and Industry Henry Luce founder of time-life Fortune and natural reviews William Buckley to name just to how are members chosen you might ask the selection procedure for new members hasn't changed since 1832 each year 15 new members are recruited over the past 150 years about 2,600 Yale graduates have been initiated at any given time around five hundred members are active and it's estimated from Fringe sources that about one-quarter of that number are actively working to carry out the objective. Of the order whatever that is, however, many lose interest and stop attending meetings and are referred to as silent dropouts at the beginning of this podcast. I said be examining how secret societies affected the American public aside from the judges and Senators that are members of skull and bones in shaping our laws. If we look back at the 2018 election of George W bush who defeated John Kerry the winner wasn't determined until the following day when Kerry decided not to dispute Bush's win in a Midwestern State of Ohio could carry stepping down have something to do with the fact that George W bush held more clout within the Skull and Bones was the decision an unspoken agreement between the two bones month Wednesday, but the Bohemian Club like the Skull and Bones in some ways yet older and more widespread across the United States there also a secret society job. There is so much speculation about Freemasons influence on American money there with that in mind take a closer. Look at the u.s. One dollar bill with a Jeweler's loupe examined the one on the front to the right of the bill. Now look closer at the top left corner or curve in the design that in cases the one there, you'll see an owl could there be a connection between the owl on the one dollar bill and the giant statue of an owl in the Bohemian clubs meeting place in California
"william buckley" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Yellow as it even Jellico gets older they thank god if I die so you know I don't I don't care if I spend more time with my kids and grandkids Hey if you understand how stupid this is this is the crap your kids are taught college it was a very important tweet as I wrote at the end of my column you should see the column it's up at town hall to put my website on this issue I I wrote at the end you know Patrick Henry made this most famous principle of American life give me liberty or give me death I the entire left finds Patrick Henry's comment either unfathomable they cannot understand why anyone would say that or they think it's stupid me give me liberty or give me death no no no no no no no no no no no way I don't want to die so I don't need liberty that's that's what the lockdown is I don't need liberty I want to live but you live you live anyway you you were you were led astray by gigantic distortions from the scientific community because of modeling this is this whole thing is it is it is is so terrible the unnecessary the question is that this country has been pushed into the hundreds of millions on the brink of starvation in this world because of the the Harvard types yeah that's right you want to play William Buckley there William Buckley's famous statement it's never been more appropriate than with this statement from the Harvard professor I.
"william buckley" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"So I do wanna talk golf Dennis with obviously with you here Susie golf about member at an thought about and we had during the commercial break. We talked a lot of golf stuff. There was fun. But first, let's go to call. We have a Colorado line forty two. It's JD. What's up j d do you miss Brian yet? Do you miss? You miss Brian. Don't you? I'm waiting for William Buckley's tomorrow. Okay. Backroom back from the data the great late William F. Okay. Nice change of pace. You know, everybody has to throw us a change a change of pace once in awhile. You're doing a show fill in you. Do it very capably the other two, folks. Hello. I don't know much about them. But you know, you talked earlier about the Mueller Mueller Muller investigation. I'm still waiting for shift and Senator Mark Warner was on the Senate Intel checking this thing out. Jerry Nadler, who is checking out everything I call them fryer. Chuck Schumer Pelosi. That's my that's my new nickname for that Nola facts. Schumer and Pelosi to tell us the American people who leaked the first two conversations, President Trump, Pat in the first month of his administration for the prime minister of Australia and to the president of Mexico a good point. Yeah. Planning or Clapper or McCabe or Colmey more important. That's more important to me. How those two phone calls got leaked verbatim. Train up twenty minute phone calls. To the world a private conversation with the president do another president our president to another president. I have not heard anything. It's funny. How things just go by the wayside. When you've got people checking out how we paid hookers for sex, which I really don't give a damn about. I mean, I can help you with that question. Uh-huh. The question. You're not gonna you're never gonna hear any of those answers because they don't want that out. So why would they say, you know, we want to know the answers to this? When you have everybody that's against Trump. Why would they ever come up and say, oh, no? Yeah. Maybe somebody else missed. Mr. Mueller has to bump into some of these things by accident. All the thirteen or fourteen democratic lawyers. He has on his staff and all the ability that he has to unlimited ability to go anywhere and any place to find anything. It would be interesting. If he did that it was just like that FitzGerald character you talked about with Valerie plane was scooter Libby chief of staff. Yeah. Cheney who inadvertently wide or misspoke when it was clear that no back, and and some other guy from St. I can't remember his name dumb trading. Richard armitage. Who who we knew? Leaked that information. And for the record. She she wasn't undercover. Unless you is undercover. We you know with her goofy husband down there. And Joe Wilson Joe Wilson getting the our uranium or whatever the hell it was. In Africa yellowcake. This is all we know it and the game gamesmanship that they've been playing ship. Speaking for fourteen hours privately with Colin before he testifies. I'm not a lawyer. But I think isn't that leading the witness. And Mr. shift is is a scumbag as far as I'm concerned, totally you know, D I had I'll tell you what I'm looking forward to. I recently had Lindsey Graham on my show. And the reason why he he he's a golf nut loves loves loves to play golf. So we talk a little golf, you talk a little politics. Thank goodness. He is running the judiciary committee because I'm telling you. He is going to get it done. And believe me when I tell you the day of reckoning for these people is coming very very soon. Well, you know, it's it's it's. That you bring that up. The Trump administration. He is not getting ambassadors approved. He has over three hundred and fifty judges that they filibuster in the Senate for thirty hours each one to delay and delay. I mean, you you have a president in installed for two years, and he can't get embassador. You're right. And there's one fellow. Remember exactly what it is. I think it's the secretary under secretary of the navy that is still not been approved because the Democrats are stalling. How could you expect a man to run the country when you won't upper down vote on his nomination by agree with you one hundred percent. It's just a it's it's a travesty. Yes. Okay. Obviously. Obviously, the news media Ron that you were. So could I ask you a question last three or four bucks on channel thirteen all all the men? Stop worrying ties. Stupid that was in the summertime. Elevator got rid of the the best guys div. And the best weather bad for two for dorks Ueno wolford's back. Channel three now doing little little segment. So I would imagine Ron his non compete apparently expired so KNB to pick them up. Yes. And brain brain Scofield, both good friends of mine. I missing them on air. I miss seeing them working at thirteen. Okay. You know, why the no tie thing? And consolidating Las Vegas consultants. Love the business. I love that love to take over the business and control the business and people nowadays are at the mercy of the consultants. To do so somewhere. I guarantee here's a usually consulted says, okay, we need to do something different. Our ratings are so bad. This the station. I worked there for twenty five years. Ratings are so poor that we need to do something different. And this was always the argument at thirteen. We have to be outside the box do something never. They said, let's take the pies off. Okay. I'm not so opposed to the ties. Comes off neck. No..
"william buckley" Discussed on This Week In Google
"That's what I was thinking. I thought oh this sounds like the firing line. Zac into Ren fest. That's. DO like you scratching your hit with the pencil. Now when we talking talking to William Buckley. Is the good music. The IOT podcast has what is your music? I can't do it right now because I'm deaf. But it's good. It was a very very. Down the aisle and your wedding. Stacey. Texas. Are you? See now, I wanna I wanna I don't remember. Oh, boy like it. But a Seinfeld. Welcome back to the internet of thing cast. Did you get that? Royalty free it. I bought it one time. Yeah. Rotate fruit. I picked good music. That's the point the difference. Can we get the Brandenburg concertos for seem? I think it would be improvement. John is the keeper of the same. He says you can't chain tried to do something weird that once you like Well, we we did. did something, but it was still under. Yeah. I don't know. I could sing a song. Okay. Okay. What about numbers don't? You. Have a flight. You wanna catch keeping you brought to you on deck is no shame by the way as a small business owner. I understand their times in business where you've got a cash flow crunch. You've got to pay. You know payroll payrolls coming up, but you haven't yet gotten paid for the wages you shipped last week. Or maybe you're getting a big big seasons coming up and you want to staff up. But of course, you're not gonna have the revenue from that for a couple months. You need financing. And what what do people like me small business owners?.
"william buckley" Discussed on MonsterTalk
"And he was just kind of woke until he hit Sydney. Instead what ended up doing was leading thirty two years. Among the weather. We're on people the indigenous people of this area of July and Bella wreck, and he stayed with them for thirty two years until finally the colonial willed sort of caught up with him in nineteen thirty five the pastoralists time to start a colony with this shape in that spice of thirty two years this character, William Buckley's was he's nine learned the weather on language, human culture. He learnt the hunting styles and their lifestyles, basically assimilated with them during that time he learned about the bunion. He learned all that he learned all that. But he didn't learn how to say in. How do I get to Sydney? Well, the interesting thing is once he sort of met the weather on people he assimilated within very quickly, and he fit in very nicely within law style. And I guess from that point he didn't even they'd to Skype anymore. He'd content found a family in Advanta Hyman Advanta coach or any settle debt ice. Yes. But the weather on people. Use the term bunny ab- differently to other indigenous people around here every rails in Victoria, including limbo win by on the Murray country, it's thought of as a monster. But it's thought of his sort of urban legend taught monster this thing that nobody's saying. But everybody's heard about. But at the point of colonial contact whether or on cable speak about the Bunyip as this is a thing that is in our country that some people living counted it's dangerous. So we don't go near it. Which is I think that's a good of a nuance. It is. Yeah. Very much. So another important thing is that. The William Buckley as a having become whether we're on man decided to go out and humps the Bunyip, and he's people forbid him from doing it because India culture, anybody who encountered the Bunyip they believed that if somebody sort of met one touched one, then death and sickness would come down on their tribe and their people. So the animal was a thing that they believed existed in their landscape that you know, they they actively try not to go near. There was a an indigenous leader who was recorded as the last of his tribe in the sixties, and he's name was William bonnet. And he was cold Bunyip because his father soul abundant apply in Jalaun where he was born. So they named him after it..
"william buckley" Discussed on Chapo Trap House
"That coiled potency bad feel WAM potency is coiled William Buckley. I mean, you know what? I'm going straight to the punishment. He's already receiving it in hell right now. That honestly looks like it's like it's like that. Vince McMahon mean only he's watching like quad Amal and nuns get murdered. You know, here's that you and q.. I never put together luckily, and I know we're running short on time, but you Buckley always wanted to more European style conservatives. Right? Sort of a educated style blood and soil nationalism. A high high Tory litters. But the one thing he really took from Europe, he took from Britain and it certain activities you do with students. It's pedagogical. That's the pedal. It is strictly pedagogical folks. He's in hell right now having a hot poker shoved up his ass by the devil. Okay. For sitting through that countdown of twenty two, you're twenty three twenty five of those incredibly evil. Shitheads here's your reward. The most blessed Yale alumni Posey Amati. Beautiful. Look at him GM. In the world. Glowering share of books. It's not all bad is what I'm trying to say. It's mostly bad, but maybe policy Ahmadi will be there. And it's like mobile financial crisis happened? Yes. But then a few years later, there was a movie about it and guess who was in it. Paul giamati. So when there's the next crisis, we're all made homeless and living in Mad Max hell world will be one billionaire psychopath with a movie studio, projecting films onto the moon's surface and guess who will be in it. Paul giamati sometimes beautiful flowers grow upon a pilot down. Okay guys, that is the yield countdown. And I think I've got to the end of my cue for the evening. And then Connecticut you guys have been an amazing audience tonight. Hinden. Space ballroom. If you give us just five or ten minutes, we'll be in the back signing books. I hope to see you there. Once again, we are shop trapped house. Thank you guys so much. Good night..
"william buckley" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show
"That now that we have that let's get to the joke roseanne's joke has two components to it one is illogical one is racial in roseanne's apology she said i'm sorry for joking in this way about valerie jarrett's politics and race wasn't nice and i'm sorry but roseanne because she constructed the joke because it wasn't attempted a joke knew there were these two aspects to the muslim brotherhood line and then the ply the planet of the apes line an example of this joke if you were to make this joke about little on me for instance you could say william buckley's junior and bottle of berthollet extravirgin had a baby mk right that is the exact parallel of that joke the ideological component and then you have this racial component because i don't know maybe you're very naive and young and idealistic impure but italian people are sometimes compared to olive oil now what's interesting is that the left only takes issue with the racial part here they don't they're not attacking her for saying how dare you same valerie jarrett is related to the muslim brotherhood because the one the racial joke is just a very basic lowhanging racial joke but the idiological joke is real is i think more interesting right it's about what valerie jarrett thinks which he believes accusing her of having relations with this extremist muslim group at that part they can't attack because it's true so i think they know that they'll get we're not gonna get that one let's hit her with the with the lower hanging racist line so the left pounced immediately joe score scarborough right after this comes out joe scarborough goes hey abc roseanne compared valerie jarrett to an ape there is no apology she can make the justifies abc turning a blind eye to this bigotry by airing another second of her show even in the age of trump these are red lines that can never be crossed al sharpton you knew l sharpton was gonna get on the scene i'm surprised al sharpton didn't start tweeting.
"william buckley" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"And i did that so i went to gw during the day and at night i just inputted constituent mail and then i began writing letters and then did that for several years and one of the surreal experiences that i had was this bob as you know david he passed away while he was in congress he was the chairman of the democrat in gresh campaign committee which became i served with him for i think one or two terms and then he died while i was in congress so the first guy who hired me i got to serve with and then he passed away and his wife doris was elected you you also worked after you graduated for dick injure who's a democrat from westchester and that you mentioned bobby kennedy there's there's this obscure history that's kind of interesting because a fella named charles goodell who was a congressman was appointed to replace bobby kennedy and this occasioned a three way race in a for the seat when goodell came up and goodell became an antiwar vote in the republican party and james buckley william buckley's brother ran as a conservative candidate in new york and on jer was the democratic nominee were you working were you around at that time not then i was i was too young but going to work for dick jer expose me to those lessons this was a case where entre should've won but there was a liberal republican goodell and a conservative the way those are hard to find these days but yeah yeah so and that one last liberal.
"william buckley" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann
"It'd be baptised she is john him a we'll get to the movie the second i always want him to be great because i love him so much draper and he hasn't really hit that mark movie yet do it though and he yes i think he's very good in this i really liked it it's a it's a script that gilroy wrote actually in the nineties and early nineties this is an away it's a proof of what i wrote about last week about these budgets and or a box office and why it matters it was on the shelf i think different people option didn't want to do it and they just couldn't make it work and so it kind of sat on the shelf for for twenty years and then argo happened argo did well and that was proof of concept for producers and finances to say okay this can work isn't that so that's directly how these things can affect how what we see this is said in beirut in the eighties during the civil war and ham plays a diplomat who has left the business he's pulled back in to save one of his former colleagues who's been ducted it's based on a real life case of guided william buckley was a cia station chief who was abducted by hezbollah in the eighties but it's very loosely based on that it's you know it has a lot of this factionalism in the confusion of all the different sides and all the different interests that were coming into play in that area and the triangulation and the deals with the devil and all of that well i thought it was it was just really fascinating and he is very good and she rosamund pike as you said always great and what i like you know this is another exam.
"william buckley" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"And of course it's gotten worse with the kind of cable news cation of knowledge and this is the thing that climate scientists complain about is that when you have a crossfire type is scores on television if you look at the difference between say william buckley's firing line in the sixties and the fox news in twenty eighteen it's a huge difference because it's you know two minutes versus an hour and in two minutes you can't really expose someone as a as a fraud it takes it takes depth write my article eleven thousand words as things get compressed it it's much more difficult to to to challenge these things then this attention spans get shorter at the same time we have a formidable opportunity with the with the expansion of things like youtube and podcasting and what have you because it does allow you to do things that are in more depth right in cardiff has you know i was able to to start a magazine but does in debts and alice's and we've built up a decent following and and that's very possible and you're put podcasts at the same way you can go for an hour two hours three hours and you can really dive into things so i don't think it's impossible to take these guys on but i think it's a formidable challenge of one that i think everyone who has knowledge has a duty to help spread knowledge and challenge people who are presenting things that aren't knowledge is knowledge jay robinson current affairs on the intellectually deserve thanks so much for your time today really appreciate it thanks all right folks going to take a quick break here head into the fun half wherein i will peak out at one hundred one point seven degrees and my favor and we've got oh what are we go we got this.
"william buckley" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"Okay also i mean you can quote me i mean not to be self aggrandizing but i mean sure why not i since you suggest it absolutely but let's see what else other bunch of good winston churchill quotes that i think the problem is most of these culture too long right if he quote john adams and because detention was made for only a moral and religious people it is insufficient to the cause of any other i really think that's going to be a little long for the hat any any maggie thatcher quotes or something she gets her on there i mean she she i think it's maggie thatcher quote well i mean the the famous maggie thatcher quotas of course i think paraphrase orwell but that that he who rob peter to pay paul can always count on the vote of can always count on vote so that's always good one if you want to go into politics might not this is a really fun question maggie says hi ben if you're stranded on an island with somehow only enough technology to watch one movie over and over until you died escaped or were rescued which movie would you choose that's what that's unique to good for her yeah you have to be a really long movie right well we get to watch it over and over and over again that's true it could be a three part question like if you died how long are or rescued ri i mean so it's it's so you know there so i would say if you only have one movie and you're going to be there forever then you almost have to pick kenneth rana's production of hamlet it's four hours long and a tablet or at least give you some at least give you some analysis but if you're talking about like what's the moon movie that i think is most meaningful and and most well done i think there's good arguments made for the lives of others as william buckley's favorite movie.
"william buckley" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"It's a it's a different trajectory in which you know the institutional critiques remains much more about protecting the prerogatives of congress and obviously state's rights becomes uh uh more and more of a a catchall uh w when it comes not only a civil rights other kinds of of national activism and yet some of the same factional divisions in the dynamics of those divisions um crop up on the democrat on the republican side um first you get battles between uh between uh supporters of rubber task for presidents and the kind of activists aligned with him against uh uh several a liberal the moderate uh uh presidential candidates uh in a row uh culminating in eisenhower then you get on the one hand the kind of intellectual um uh mission statements coming out of the conservative intellectual movement of william buckley's national review which uh is emerging by the middle of the 1950s and at the grassroots level this same kind of predominantly middleclass well educated suburban increasingly suburban um cohort of grassroots activists who um are challenging existing state and local party organisations in who provide the kind of uh backdrop for in the end the troops for the goldwater insurgency that takes over the republican party nice 64 which is all about injecting stark you know w offering a choice rather than an eco as as um phyllis lastly uh uh put it uh campaigning for him i mean is that that choice can that can from from the republicans perspective at that in that era and and i think i would argue that its continued on its we've sort of lost sight orders uh but i feel like that was it was there any more uh explicitness to like look we are federalising things too much i mean the irony is is that right is that uh the activists uh on the democratic side want to federalize things more um and uh one would think on the republican side you'd want that.
"william buckley" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"Now buckley was not okay he was not okay he was devastated he was embarrassed he was a all manner of of just shaken up man because he knew he had just he look bad in a in a lot of different ways he looked bad by just being of frequent big it he looked bad because he lost control of himself which weymouth buckley doesn't do he looked bad because he to uh you know he descended into the the world of uh of crass crude bigotry and and he looked bad because he'd gotten his ass handed to him by his archrival his nemesis gore vidal and and and the biggest thing of this what was he was barest and he felt bad because it was not he didn't want to be that person if he didn't seems of is a big at any didn't wanna you know show that to the television rights and he had eight years and years and years later and they rap i think they wrap the documentary with us or it's damn close to the end and i feel horror you've you'll feel horrible for him i think he's on a nightline or some other show might even been a phil donohue or something something as you know a craven is that new blood he craven phil donahue and they play the clip from the debate at this point william buckley's at elderly man maybe in his 70s i don't know when he died i think he made it to the age of eighty.
"william buckley" Discussed on Trumpcast
"Took their constitutional role in the balance of powers quite seriously and there were of course republicans who were resistant to the investigation and who reflexive defenders of nixon over time more and more of them came round to the seriousness of it but congress did its job in nineteen 73 in 74 and when you compare that that doesn't seem to hold up at all does it now i mean and yeah many people have notice and have written a book about the nature of congress having changed so much more uniformity among the parties in terms of ideology more of a sense of kind of lockstep following of the leader so you didn't have the sort of range of different kinds of republicans within the party you know you don't have that anymore but in seventy three seventy four was interesting with nixon is there were republicans who were ill fairly liberal republicans like lowell weicker of connecticut who were very aggressive in pursuing watergate but then there are also very conservative republicans who for various reasons also had their suspicions about nixon they didn't think he was a true conservative but more of an opportunist so people like james buckley william buckley's brother uh who is a senator from new york was one of the first republicans to come out for resignation or or impeachment the other development that was absolutely pivotal to nixon's downfall was the revelation of the secret taping system in the white house and the tapes eventually after court decision after a court ruling being made public or or being introduced into evidence in the case.
"william buckley" Discussed on Dari and Mel
"Whoa a terrible for for the year the classmate of your daughter who lost her mother to its the stories are you hear this nonstop for the last few days and keep hanging in there as much as you can las vegas we're all obviously taken of you let's dive into a little bit of football now there's a making segue here so it won't really try but scott let's go without real quick before your picks up he's taurean bell podcast going on male he bug when i started why pick somebody says i don't know i don't know i don't know how sometimes dr just goes with those good feeling in uh usually is right i got to give door a lot of credit cards pretty good with me the i know bucher would be really good the from the second i met him say i was right about but once you got a field give me a booger mcfarland cut fuel for today's action oh wow wow i well i don't know if it's a good feeling or to know the hard mill but i gotta think the mom ahmad is gonna play would it with a little bit of energy in a little bit of effort in game two day because if they don't uh i'm afraid that the walls could seemingly come down in bed rouge because they have to a tumultuous week down there you gotta paint may i i mean uh if it owes got any uh any vigor any uh energy he's going to give it all to his team in an initial play well in games if donald william buckley's but they should play well you were a proponent of eddo were you not book.
"william buckley" Discussed on All of the Above with Normal Lear
"Uh i called them because ronald reagan had called me and said william buckley would like me to be on firing line to discuss the panama canal treaties and uh i didn't i i have an understanding with you sir i'm i'm not underlined that because he was that kind of gentleman and kept his words exactly that way uh so i could ask when a called monday maga backed out than i chose ronald reagan and he did debate buckley on the on buckley's firing line and he took the protreaty side you have me doubting that so that would mean that buckley veteran side yes and i can imagine buckley being a contrarian in that instance but but uh the one of the things about the internet even though it's in our pocket is that though we could solve this problem in a heartbeat right now it's much more fun to pretend the we know and flung for rebel will we don't know why that is old school of old methods are we are there things that lay low proposition bet in a bar amnon yeah yeah when you could be experts on things you know nothing about without some less chatting then back and back to fake books back the fake books india and which ultimately live actively in his yes exactly so uh did you wake up this morning thinking about some song you were running also pull hip by debris denver my qatar with me.
"william buckley" Discussed on All of the Above with Normal Lear
"Uh and uh in a passing the tree was a pretty controversial thing i think it was still the right thing to do but so not only did he he he didn't go the ring with the uh ronald reagan but he did half to actually go to panama and preside over that if if the debate that i wish to have at occurred ronald reagan would have been pro the panama canal treaty and walter mondale anti no he would have been the other way around wrote but reyat as i recall was pro no reagan said we stole it fair and square so let forever and square that he really say that thinks that's a quote oh my goodness summit of ethyl awareness on board and if it wasn't he he would have wished it be so and often made such things be so but in the telling it was jimmy carter who wanted the treaty and so where was william buckley's a treaty uh i don't know for sure but i assume on the same side as ronald reagan which is to say of post or was he a contrary yes because ronald reagan eventually went on the buckley where he called me and uh and said uh mondo had agreed to the debate we were all set up to do it monday couldn't give a sedate didn't give us a date finally i called him and i said we have to have a date and he backed up.
"william buckley" Discussed on Chapo Trap House
"Against trump but not in any way that really matters counts and like defends him on any because like he's governing in a way that's entirely consistent with their world view he's just doing it in a way that says the loud park quiet and the quirot out i mean he's just is just a neocon who likes turns is oven on embrace all the gasman some his house and wakes up and he still the same guy ages says they'll flight justin from canada i think you sum up the national review a perfectly here under the go t qualities aggressively pseudo intellectual massive victim complex convinced of its own moral superiority despite being on the wrong side of every issue for nearly seventy years as the that's the problem for running a conservative publication for that long is it you really have to shut it down to start a new one every ten or so years or else you can't claim that liberals are the real races it doesn't really work when when the you have the you have the archives going back that said he supported apartheid he supported segregation in your basically against every single policy that would have been good for black people will you said their serie view in denouncing the civil rights movement and i believe this was buckley himself denounced it under the guise of the the southern whites were quote the advanced race that has never been true william buckley's watching the dukes of hazzard halmai intellectual peers you'll bring this up a winter also in addition to being.