19 Burst results for "William F. Buckley"

LA Times Calls Lary Elder the 'Black Face' of White Supremacy

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:49 min | 3 weeks ago

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

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Secret Societies

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

03:33 min | 1 year ago

Secret Societies

"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

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"william f. buckley" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"william f. buckley" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"You have any sense of the court gossip because I I follow this case as well the Harris funeral home case which is not about title nine as I understand it's about title seven it's about whether you can have them have an employer say that a man has to wear the uniform that a man wears and a woman has to wear the uniform that a woman wears and even if the man thinks he's a woman or vice versa how how is this case going to go I've been told that one of the great hallmarks of the trump presidency is that we've gotten these conservative originalist judges are are we going to have a proper definition of sex vindicated or or some of these gestures judge is gonna go squishy well the difficulty the hard cases it actually is quite complicated appears as you point out part of it to do with this dress code thing and then part of it is also stupid the definition of sex a warden Latin courage ing and the oral arguments to be parents are starting cars next though it would be based on that we have a concern you know Gorsuch said a few things which were kind of suggesting he was he was sympathizing more than I thought he should quit but the other side we'll have to wait and see and it does look like it could be one of those cases it's going to be so explosive either way it wouldn't surprise me if you waited to the very last moment to terror and just dropped about bones but I I really I really wish I wish if you could give a rat's I I just don't know that's fair enough I wanted to get some gas about of you matter you're on like so many other political observers who emphatically make predictions then they'll turn out to be wrong but then they keep going on and making predictions instead you are just giving a more cautious and probably reliable analysis this is a real fear you know if if if Gorsuch goes squishy on this that's gonna have serious ramifications for the credibility of originalism for the credibility of conservative jurisprudence we would be in a very very tense situation if if that were to occur but I guess we'll just have to wait and see many thank you so much for being here meddling Kerns the William F. Buckley fellow in political journalism at the National Review institute please go and read her stuff it's really really great Maddie thank you for being here thanks for having me all right we've got a lot more coming up but we've got.

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"william f. buckley" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"william f. buckley" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Or two here do you have any sense of the court gossip because I I followed this case as well the Harris funeral home case which is not about title nine as I understand this about title seven it's about whether you can have an employer say that a man has to wear the uniform that a man wears and a woman has to wear the uniform that a woman wears and even if the man thinks he's a woman or vice versa how how is this case gonna go I've been told that one of the great hallmarks of the trump presidency is that we've gotten these conservative or originalist judges are are we going to have a proper definition of sex vindicated or or some of these judges judges gonna go squishy sh well the difficult due to the hurricane actually it's quite complicated and your point is hard to do with this dress code thing and in part but it's also stupid to definition of sex at warden that encouraging and the oral arguments to be characters nineteen cars neck though it would be based on that we have taken care to court you know course it said a few things which for tenants yes he was he was sympathizing more than I thought you should quit but the other side we'll have to wait and see it does look like eight it could be one of those cases it's going to be so explosive either way it wouldn't surprise me if you waited to the very last moment the term just dropped out the home but I I really I really wish I wish if you could give a rat's I I just don't know that's fair enough I wanted to get some gossip out of you it matter unlike so many other political observers who emphatically make predictions then they'll turn out to be wrong but then they keep going on and making predictions instead you are just giving a more cautious and probably reliable analysis this is a real fear you know if if if Gorsuch goes squishy on this that's gonna have serious ramifications for the credibility of originalism for the credibility of conservative jurisprudence we would be a very very tense situation if if that were to occur but I guess we'll just have to wait and see many thank you so much for being here meddling currents the William F. Buckley fellow in political journalism at the National Review institute please go and read her stuff it's really really great Maddie thank you for being here thanks for having me all right we've got a lot more coming up but we've got to take a quick break all right so don't go anywhere actually you.

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"william f. buckley" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"william f. buckley" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"One third Nicholas bolas subtitle to his book James Baldwin William F. Buckley junior and the debate over race in America so I am happy to take questions you you don't need to wait for a microphone because he's been has this microphone they can just lower to where you are so just I raise your hand and I will acknowledge you yeah over here or prophetic voices from the heart of our experiment with people and where is William F. Buckley finance at the history read the book no I yeah that's a that's a good question I mean I I think that what I think the the what one way to answer that question is to say that when Baldwin reflects on Buckley he asked this question right which is I may have won the battle with you at Cambridge but Baldwin in some ways acknowledges you won the war right Buckley's able through in his his movement is able to achieve so much power the bald one is there to ask this question has it been worth it right has a staggering body count and all the injustice has it been worth it to win a sentence right and so Buckley and I say it you know through the on the book that you know that the price of power for the American right has been a deal with the devil of white supremacy and so Buckley from this position of enormous influence right and he played this outsize role in shaping the conservative movement and he made choices and those choices have consequences so I think that in terms of thinking about where we are today you know I argue in the book that in some ways Buckley and people like him although he thought he was doing something that was kind of middle of the road in a way a lot of the blood has to be on his hands that's that's that's the conclusion that I that I reach in the book I have to say I started the book with with the more charitable view so but I have to I have to go over the evidence takes me and that's where that's where it took me yeah that is coming through the opening remarks of Baldwin on open mine was very profound at that time but it's also very profound at this time yeah absolutely.

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"william f. buckley" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"william f. buckley" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The same and then you can see these efforts have been launched to try and mimic what I do there's no need to mimic what I do it's like I say everything and every other walk or do be yourself to what you like to the firing line on PBS it's a complete bust they even still the name from William F. Buckley one of my heroes Alec Baldwin had some kind of interview in a few short it's a complete bust it's a complete past because I'm a pro when they're an amateur but because I come at it from a different perspective I am audience centric I'm not pandering to you but I'm trying to provide information that you might find particularly interesting and entertaining CNN doesn't do that don lemon is stupid and he's not entertaining Jake tapper is getting stupider and stupider used to be decent journalist he started out the window the muscle pain a lot of money wolf Blitzer honestly I never knew of wolf Blitzer before he was on scene and if you missed a British I don't know where the hell he comes from nobody even cares Alison camaraderie used to be a perfectly good host on fox she goes to CNN they pair good money and now she's just another trash mouth it's a light weight line up people must fall in the line project the veritas demonstrated they must fall into line or they're not gonna be around very long when MSNBC you have the bomb throws a left they don't pretend to be anything but what they are now the news people pretend like Andrea Mitchell pretend she's a journalist she gets awards every journalist his act.

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"william f. buckley" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"william f. buckley" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Connecting government business on their own private servers. is a starting to sound weird well it does surprise surprise. so we've got that going on Kurt Kurt Eichenwald near Times reporter is gonna be stopping by at the top of the next hour to tell us to lay out for the whole hunter Biden thing turns out. the former director of the CIA Cofer black and you know another European official and hunter Biden were apparently all put on the on the board this gas company to try to clean up the corruption. this is the I mean it's the whole thing is getting very very strange and meanwhile trial is lying about what's going on so badly that the inspector general for the intelligence community the chief cop for the intelligence community has come out and said this is just you know. basically trumpet lying to you. this is the Thom Hartmann program. this eight in this is getting all very very strange sticker. and welcome back to M. aloha or aloha Oregon at Oregon Hey Tim. you don't have it it's getting to the point where I you know I try to get a good break down what's happening in the news and stuff. this is this is amazing stuff I I I just don't understand why this isn't being trance. given the kids in in school I've friends or teachers and staff and they and nothing's being witnessed oracle context anymore yesterday is gone tomorrow doesn't exist what they're doing is they're manipulating the legal political system as long as they continue to do that and McConnell can be controlled the Senate they're gonna continue this stuff hello no matter how many subpoenas or whatever the issue people have to understand that you know this stuff yeah this is this is a yeah and I mean the the essence of the problem with him is that the more crimes trump gets away with the more trying crimes he commits you know and there's a lewd and and the mall or the mall investigation is is like you know why have what is an evidence number one this is the fact that it but with the with the modification according to his base it it vindicated. that's what I mean I mean you know what came out of the mall or investigation was absolutely nothing even the Democrats I mean after bill Barr came out lied about what was in the report that became the narrative of the Democrats are like damn you know you know we were able to nail this guy and you know they're the the they they had the consequence of that is the trump was like Hey I'm vindicated I'm completely exonerated you know none of which is true no collision not in on I mean literally non SF is true but the big lie the trump and bar told has stock not just with trump's based him but with probably more than half of you know Americans who are only marginally informed. yeah well you know putting it simply input in historical context you look at the turn of the century before McKinley was assassinated he described as a finance concern yeah the melanin the Rockefellers entry in charge of this country no child labor laws no state national parks no income tax no women couldn't vote you see what I mean they want to go back to that basic yeah yeah. ideology if they could do and this is not by the way and it's unfortunate people this country don't understand that you know we get it you know I I live in the same neighborhood from west for thirty years I talk to my neighbors and people run businesses around her in so many ever apathetic about this because I think everybody's the same yeah you know and it isn't it in and it doesn't work out that way you need to take your book to go to one trump wanna trumps next rallies and read some of that too is. good luck with that. I value my life from me but you see what I mean. yeah it's it's up the good work and thanks a lot of the time that the point that I want to make before you go is that this is you know your friends probably think that they're conservatives my dad was a conservative it is a real conservative I a in a wave of an old fashioned conservative in the and the and hit I mean he was all in favor of moving forward as a country he just thought that we should do it slowly and carefully that was what yeah William F. Buckley said a conservative is a man who stands astride the arc of history with this hand up shouting stop or at least slow down and you know it's you know they they yes let's move in a positive direction but let's do so carefully and incrementally so as not to disrupt society that was the definition of conservatism up until nineteen eighty and in nineteen eighty the conservative movement got hijacked by a bunch of the right wing billionaires who don't believe in the in the moccasin they believed in autocracy they believe in plutocracy and and that's and that and that it you know conservatism has come.

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"william f. buckley" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"william f. buckley" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Well the Buckley amendment which is a is a problem I'd be and it's it's a good light it's a bad law ID it's created for the purposes of protecting the privacy especially a student said it's better place I think since about nineteen in fact it wasn't William F. Buckley that was named after is named after James Buckley who is his brother senator from New York add eat the whole purpose of it is to establish confidentially he did not even bother the Reagan administration to confidentiality of student records so that this stuff can't just beat thrown around all over the place you want to have some right of privacy with regard to your academics the downside is is that a lot of times if you'd like to be able to get to the bottom of things to get to the truth of some stuff you can't get at it because it is not lawful for universities and for that matter even high schools to release a number of those records I it's possible that thing was even passed and I was in college seventy four yeah okay I thought so is right around it was coming in right in the air and just you know I came to college a little bit after that but it was like that was what was being done to a bad end was kind of a big deal that because that's what it was there when it's been around really ever sets all right so now we although Mandela Barnes is a liar and while the media probably might not dog in forever with the people like me will bring it up constantly and legitimately sell because he is doing what layers generally deal he's continuing to tell a lie ad it's not going to be the last one there's going to be another one and another one another would be answers be yes it's what it's how they do it's the way they conduct themselves.

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"william f. buckley" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"william f. buckley" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"In in in American history but you have to give the man the respect he's due for the things for which he was respectable how about that I just don't like how Abraham Lincoln and Sam Houston or the greatest guys American history and Robert E. Lee's awful we have to tear down as monuments in fact I'm the one gap pushing back against the tide on this issue a conservative is someone who stands a port history yelling stop at a time when no one is inclined to do so or to have much patience with those who so urgent that was when the the channel might William F. Buckley sometimes you have to say things that are true just to make people think because otherwise we get into what my friend George gains on calls a rush when your wagon wheels when your wagon wheels traverse the same trail everyday and for and they wear down the dirt and then there's a rush you're going on a snowmobile you get on a snowmobile you find that trying to drive per se is a bad idea unless it's on clouds snow I mean unless it's it's it's virgin snow if you're on a trail that other people have written just get on and go you don't but you start when you start it'll track you'll find the track.

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"william f. buckley" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"william f. buckley" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"Take stand for what you believe in that and be willing to lose your job but nonetheless the fact is that if you get on the wrong side of donald trump his power over his basis significant enough that he can kill you regardless of how conservative voting record is regardless of your history and republican party regardless of your ideology goes everything else if he wants to put a target on your back he can and will this is this is not me it's just not we've said it before but let us say it again using this exclamation mark the republican party is not a conservative party right it's not conservative intellectually it's not conservative fiscally it's not conservative temperamentally you look at everything that whether you could go back from edmund burke through russell kirk you can you can go through william f buckley straight into ronald reagan what's happening today is an aberration of all of those things and that's fine but i just wonder where conservatives go now well there are too frightened to actually express themselves the difference between mark sanford and the rest of the republican actual conservatives in the party is that mark sanford will be okay today if that's what it takes if he has to lose his election in order to remain a conservative and stay true to the policies that he believes in so be it that is mark sanford he is definitely flawed he's had his problems and he took his knox but i will tell you this is the kind of conservative that is missing in washing today someone who could stand up you all will go down together because you don't have backbones you don't have a moral compass and you don't how to stand up to the ideals that you say you believe in he is he's losing his reelection because of it but he's standing up for what is right for what he's fought for what he believes.

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"william f. buckley" Discussed on 1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"william f. buckley" Discussed on 1947: The Meet the Press Podcast

"Ladies and gentlemen we invite you to meet the apprentice oppress welcome in nineteen forty seven the meet the press podcast my guest today jonah goldberg he's a conservative columnist a senior editor at national review and a fellow at the american enterprise institute he's also the author of a new book the suicide of the west how the rebirth of tribalism populism and nationalism and identity politics is destroying american democracy in an essay adapted from the book he wrote about the state of his brand of conservative thought this way much of the conservative movement that william f buckley and national review helped create as resorted to assertion over argument invective over reason i want my argument to persuade those who don't already agree with me on the left and increasingly on the right john welcome to nineteen forty seven it is great to be here so your podcast you're always very funny yours very humorous offer very little insight that's always the goal right that's that's totally into keep the nudity tasteful and integral to apply as you can see here we're pro nudity you probably didn't realize that yeah no i feel like i it's caving to peer pressure if i took off my clothes right so you better be amusing and entertaining the finger the the best take i just read this morning on your book i think it was matt lewis who was saying that you're basically making you've made you're making the case that liberal democracy is hard.

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"william f. buckley" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"william f. buckley" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"And he saw it as a camel's nose under the tent like we just described and essentially was sent to america to stop being a rabble rouser troublemaker at the church and essentially started preaching traditional catholic doctrine got involved in extra systems and he was doing this new york city and that's how he got to an mongst a lot of east coast elites who were fascinated by this guy in the midst of the sixties and seventies trying to go zigging while everybody else was egging okay and he got into the he got into the the sphere of william f buckley who was fascinated by his calls to orthodoxy and things of that nature and it go and so the documentary will look like it's it's only about him at his past as an exorcist that's a that's what the titles about and and there's a lot of that in the film but in but you'll get some you'll get some other stuff too that really gets into what drove him into this field of ministry and this guy had a long history before he got because when you know his detractors wanted to immediately say well this guy's a kook no one does this anymore churches and go here anymore this is middle aged stuff we've evolved beyond that now and the point is this guy had a long history of advocating for orthodoxy and and tradition within the catholic church and that's actually why he was driven into this ministry not not because he was a kook or anything else with was the other way around and i think i think whether you're catholic or protestant if you have net flicks i think you'll find that is a worthwhile view i would recommend watching that.

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"william f. buckley" Discussed on Crooked Conversations

Crooked Conversations

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"william f. buckley" Discussed on Crooked Conversations

"Right mrs where that this is where the right is where the money is in duh the dark money is and and in terms of opposition research i mean i have talked to aapa research people on all sides i'm always disappointed in the democrats they never get the dirt morale's it's just not as good i don't know but um on the now verily the truth is on the on the right that there's incredible distorted stuff that that is peddled and and and very nasty stuff in you really have to be careful about taking any of it from either side so let me ask you a question with a different tone wide on both sides do it why don't democrats replicate the the pipeline that the coq brothers i personally um you know i think that they would be in in stronger position if they reverse engineered a lot of what the coakes have done with the coakes did was you have to remember few t a kopek to 1980 they had a point of view that was a joke it was so far right i mean they were packed klay falling off the edge of the earth and william f buckley a huge conservative was laughing at the men calling them and arco totalitarians so um but they didn't give up you know democrats tentative may be not play the long game and persevere in in quite the same way um i but a lot you know i think you know in terms of funding university programs and think tanks and all that kind of thing i suppose the democrats would help themselves alatas they did that and they they've they've started to a little bit more in recent years or more prone to uh cannibalising are on i think why is that you know i wonder this a lot myself may i think fundamentally i think republicans like eu give a quote in the book from a high level renaissance a boy you said bob thinks a less government the batteries happy people don't trust the government and if the presidents of bozo he's fine with that he wants it all to fall down i think that's a pretty good summary of why the right.

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"william f. buckley" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"william f. buckley" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"But i will say one thing about 1968 because this was very fascinating and it had ramifications well beyond that year will into the future and it was on abc abc was covering the dimension as were the other two networks we had three in those days abc nbc cbs abc hired i think was abc if i'm wrong so many you know right mean let me know but abc had hired gore vidal and william f buckley to debate nightly or maybe it was every other night i'm not sure and it was some of the greatest television you've ever seen in your life and it was also epic and his but you know historymaking and it was tragic it was everything i saw this documentary on the gore vidal william f buckley 1968 convention debates there on tv and as i said uh i guess a symptom appreciate audience media so to you guys but it was a time when might my father's a registered republican he push himself away from the dinner table i think about a told uni say well i'm going to go and watch these jackass is tell themselves apart maha you know go off to the tv he off to his daddy chaired sit down and what's the democratic convention he was watching these quote unquote jack assesor probably said astle's tear themselves apart so it was a it was great fun for republicans to watch the democrats rippin themselves to shreds in chicago.

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"william f. buckley" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"william f. buckley" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"What's it got like william f buckley debating gore view dow it's not exactly the same thing as like hannity verse fucking chris matthews you now it it this is not that there is a and then the media this type of media can only work on a culture that that's already like a jerry springer culture it wouldn't have worked on my grandfather's culture that's just not there's a reason why they talked to them in a whole different way you know they had to so in your opinion like what what's a path forward had he possibly combat that combat the destruction of this culture yeah plenty i dunno that's an interesting question why i think it starts with recognizing you now what what the problem is i think there's we is a problem just that were generally compulsive and so now they're just more entertainment in vehicles to kinda just self indulge is that like no i really do believe that like these certain structures were like ripped apart like there's these certain structures in america that we we really got to a place of wealth and and and just a spot and humanity that we not a lot of civilizations have been at before and there were a lot of different forces at work and these these structures that had been in place for really i mean since the beginning of civilization were really what's the word a looking for they were really not eliminated or like abolishing but greatly degraded greatly greatly degraded like these these traditional forces like like family and religion and tradition iin things that people lived under four since the beginning of civilization you know really like this is the way you you live.

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"william f. buckley" Discussed on Katie Couric

Katie Couric

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"william f. buckley" Discussed on Katie Couric

"The aids epidemic we were just of gay people started coming out on mass after the stonewall riots nineteen sixty nine and there was this kind of balkan is she youthful exuberant adolescence of the movement where people were just so thrilled to be out an open and able to live openly love openly and it was just kind of a party and that was the you know the hedonism that people are jerry falwell pointed to um and condemned and then the aids epidemic slammed into the community and you suddenly saw that can whom we suffered and died and we suffered and died and loved and took care of each other at a time when even our own families refuse to take care of us plus the activists them i think that that grew out of the eighth epidemic i think made a lot more people aware and exposed to the fact that there are a lot of gay people in the world right and it didn't it be it put put them front and center in some ways obviously under terrible circumstances that gave them much greater attention and if people down have awareness happy asli it's hard for them to go from awareness till acceptance right road it was a terrible circumstance in some ways to to paraphrase also are finest hour because we didn't collapse people forget what was being said that i remember it over distinctly need william f buckley saying the game and should be tattooed on the arm in the buttocks are you had people talking about mass quarantining of openly gay people on islands pat buchanan floated that in columns that ran in the washington post.

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"william f. buckley" Discussed on Katie Couric

Katie Couric

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"william f. buckley" Discussed on Katie Couric

"The aids epidemic we were just in of gay people started coming out on mass after the stonewall riots nineteen sixty nine and there was this kind of balkan all is she a youthful exuberant adolescence of the movement were people were just so thrilled to be out in open and able to live openly love openly and it was just kind of a party and that was the you know the hedonism that people are jerry falwell pointed to and condemned and then the aids epidemic slammed in the community and you suddenly saw that can whom we suffered and died and we suffered and died and loved and took care of each other at a time when even our own families refuse to take care of us plus the activists them i think that that grew out of the eighth epidemic i think made a lot more people aware and exposed to the fact that there are a lot of gay people in the world right and it didn't it be it put put them front and center in some ways obviously under terrible circumstances but gave them much greater attention and if people don't have awareness obviously it's hard for them to go from awareness to acceptance right road it was a terrible circumstance in some ways to to borrow for is also are finest hour because we didn't collapse new people forget what was being said that i remember it over distinctly need william f buckley seeing the game and should be tattooed on the arm in the buttocks are you had people talking about mass quarantining of openly gay people on islands pat buchanan floated that in columns that ran in the washington post.

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"william f. buckley" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

The Ryen Russillo Show

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"william f. buckley" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

"There is a famous debate i believe it's from the 1980s scott jesse jackson and william f buckley the founder of national review debating rock and make this political i'm gonna tell you aligned the william f buckley uttered when it came to drug legalization he said let us disavow ourselves of the idea that everything that is legal is somehow advisable it's not just because you say people should be allowed to do these things doesn't mean you think they should do these things i'm in favour of letting people make bad choices when they're only people they affected themselves but spin forward one more step now every time we have this marijuana debate it's somehow i think gets simplified in distilled into making marijuana innocuous it's not unoccupied kennett help some of these players of pain i guess maybe you know i'm all will skeptical the whole i have cataracts thing oh you got some pain if you'll pain what kind of pain phelan there are guys a feel pain and there are different ways to cope with it but if we're being real about the marijuana thing i'm not sure that's the major thing driving this movement yes i'm sure it can help some a little more energy behind it and say i don't know you know let's make sure come up with your other pain coping mechanisms gym come that there is no there's no big acupuncture movement the movement behind marijuana's got a little more than just simply o medicinal.

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"william f. buckley" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"william f. buckley" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"And you got something that was so unexpected that it completely redirected the final three minutes or whatever i mean i've done so many different interviews throughout the course of my career i mean i i guess i guess this of the one that comes to mind is probably when i interviewed sarah palin and we were walking and i asked her about what sort of magazines and newspapers she regularly reads or read that helped establish her worldview before she was tapped i was interested in exploring how people become so ideologically entrenched in a point of view and what his shape that point of view whether it was william f buckley or even the bible or what it was that kind of made her a adopt a certain political ideology and we know that got a lot of attention that question and her response because i think honestly she was just sorta sick of me and had had it with me and kind of was like trying to brush me off but i think you know that was not an anticipated answer and i tried to pusher a little bit and to get specific about if she could name a newspaper magazine that she felt had shaped her world view what can you ask a move restore that will guarantee the kind of there has to be a certain intensity on morning television particularly a certain kind of vibrancy at how do you get that when they've literally just sat down in front of you.

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