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

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:49 min | Last month

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 KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"william f. buckley" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Love like, dislike or hate. Donald Trump, but one thing that you know And you either love this or you hate this. He's invincible. Seems invincible. Imagine Fox to the American left. And the Democrat Party. They've done everything they know how To destroy. Donald Trump. I mean, literally destroyed. Not just getting thrown out of office. They have tried to destroy his Reputation. His family's life is past his future. They've thrown every weapon they have. And they have Watched every weapon just bounce off. Making not even a dent. They haven't stopped him. They may have slowed down the implementation of agenda, but they haven't stopped Donald Trump T them. Whether they want to admit it or not. Seems invincible, particularly health wise. I've known him for a long time. Never Seen him sick. Never heard ofhim being sick. Even with the common cold. Song. Knowing what I knew or what I thought I knew about. President being in the number one demographic danger zone. And This. Then this is rushing. Flood of emotions. About what Must. They have felt like when they got the results back, and I know what that is, by the way. Me and my family. Know what those Peoples are when you get a diagnosis, and just, you know, some people think covert nineteen's a death sentence. Other people know that it's not but Can't blame either one because, as I say it the way it's been reported will shape the way you think about it. And then When something happens like this to somebody you love when it when it happens to you. It's a whole different thing. You deal with it. In different ways. When it happens to you would be a covert 19 or some other Diagnosis. Regardless whether it happens to you or to somebody, you know, respect. Have immense, um Hope invested in Life is precious. We all only get one I look at Donald Trump and If there's ever been anybody who has lived life. To the maximum potential. It would have to be Donald Trump. You know William F. Buckley Jr was the same way. An incredible life live not seemingly a wasted waking moment. Same thing with Trump. Then here comes illness and it's It's the one It is one of many common denominators that no matter how you live your life No matter what kind of person you are, here comes illness. It's the great equalizer. It is the great common denominator. We Used to be able to say all of us, meaning Americans. It's not true now. Still true for a vast majority of it's not universally true. We love and respect the office of the presidency so much the office of the presidency is revered. It's revered in our country. It's revered among our people's revered in our history. It is crucially important. It is the most important. Leadership job. In the world..

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"william f. buckley" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

Champagne Sharks

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"william f. buckley" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

"Possible, and in a way like Donald Trump himself as buffoonish so I was gonna say I I think it mirrors larger moment of general buffoonery now I. Don't think black conservatives are that distinct in that regard from white conservatives but I. Think you're right, and I would also, if I could add something to what you're. I think there's a larger reason for what you're talking about. which a lot! A lot of people have noticed this about conservativism. That, there seems to have been a just general decline in its intellectual quality from say the Nineteen Fifties to the arts, and for many liberals and many never trump republicans. This is a source of great dismay, and they say oh. Conservatives usually be like William F. Buckley. They used to be so intelligent and and so on. And so there's a there's a general distaste for the declining standards. Conservative interlocutors at which is an argument I. Don't I don't really buy into, but I do think the kernel of truth. And it gets to what you're talking about is Is that in in every generations conservatism? It's always going to be at its most intellectually and politically potent right when it's in the crucible of battle against a real left a when I say real left, I mean left. That has done what it set out to achieve. the French Revolution, it was the dispossession of the aristocracy and the church to a large degree. abolition was the the emancipation of the over of slavery The new deal was really the. Partial dispossession of the business class, and in each of those eras, and each of those moments there's a conservatism that arises from real material, loss and stress, real material loss that that stands that we got weed. The right Conservatives got beaten, and we got beaten for a reason, and we damn well better figure that out and come out of you. Would you include like the sixties and hippies and the defeat of Barry Goldwater, leading to Ronald Reagan is one of those examples or allure. Allure I think that's an extended example It's a complicated question. You're asking and historians kind of debate. This I mean I generally think of the modern American. Right is relief situated in the backlash I against the new deal, and then second against the black.

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"william f. buckley" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"william f. buckley" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Obsessed with their own brands protecting their turf which is a small slice of the media landscape we need more voices were serious platforms that we control here again I know exactly what he's talking about there was a there was a seminal moment then you may not agree with this there was a seminal moment with the passing of William F. Buckley junior now William F. Buckley junior had retired years before he passed away but he was the quote unquote father of the intellectual conservative movement and the thing Buckley have the ability to do was annoying M. M. grant approval to newly arrived young conservatives and he did and he he are best stored upon them credibility that resulted from him he had that kind of credibility have that kind of juice that it's somebody new came along he wasn't threatened by their existence his his National Review empire he didn't he didn't like all my god I gotta I gotta protect this this guy can overtake me didn't think that way he was truly a a movement guy but when he passed away all that ended at what happened what replaced Buckley why is a battle that's still raging over the smartest conservative in the room and who is it and who.

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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 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"william f. buckley" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Know Maddie in our in our remaining minute 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 it's 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 gestures judge is gonna go squishy well a difficult to the Harris case actually it's quite complicated appears as you point out hard to do with this dress code thing and in part to its old switch to the definition of sex a warden Latin courage ing and the oral arguments to be terse letters notes and cards neck though it would be based on that we have a concern you know course it said a few things which were kind of suggesting he was he was sympathizing more than I thought you should quit but the other side we'll have to wait and see and 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 justice distraught 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 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.

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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 CRUSADE Channel Previews

CRUSADE Channel Previews

09:37 min | 1 year ago

"william f. buckley" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

"Dealings would have playfully and deftly with the regular feature that are mass. Media gives us especially the print media Every year around Easter tide. Which is denial of the resurrection. A personal attack on on our Lord. Jesus Christ or something like that. So he he penned this for his His Easter addition Or his Easter column. I forget what year this was published in two thousand and seven and it was published originally in so brands which which was what he was writing for later in life his own newsletter when he got dropped from the national review in fact one and I right now sort of shifted talk a bit about his his biography. What got me. We attentive to. Joe Sovereign was the interview that I did with John. Beaumont the mid on his book the Mississippi flows into the Tiber which had a rather lengthy entry on Joe Sobre in as one of the four hundred sixty nine or so converts written up in that book so just to to Skim some of the biographical information about him. His name was Joseph Michel Silvern Junior. He was journalist and writer. Who was born February? Twenty Third Nineteen forty-six and if Selassie mich- in Michigan County. Let's see wha- Shanta County Michigan. He was born in forty six. He was converted in sixty one. That's an odd. That's a rare thing. He was converted when he was fifteen years old. That's when he was received into the church. You started taking Catholicism seriously when he was fourteen He died on thirtieth of September. That's the feast of Saint Jerome in the year. Two Thousand Ten in Fairfax Virginia. He was raised by a lapsed Catholic parents who divorced when he was seven or eight his parents gave him no instruction never took him to the sacraments and never sent into a Catholic school. He started to read about the faith when he was fourteen years. Old He decided that he wanted to become a Catholic. His public high school teacher attempted to talk him out of it. But he persisted and made his first communion as a teenager. He graduated from Eastern Michigan University in English and after graduation did Shakespearean studies he lectured on a fellowship at the university in Shakespeare and an English. He worked at National Review. Now that was a pretty big twenty one years National Review. Eight from seventy two to ninety three eighteen years as a senior editor. He practiced the faith irregularly during the late seventies and early eighties but he returned to the church during the papacy of Pope. John Paul the second. He was removed from national review during a controversy in nineteen ninety-three over articles. Alleged by the editor William F Buckley who kind of neo con Well I don't WANNA say anything bad about the deceased. But he had his issues William F. Buckley Canada with on the spurious accusation that Sobrinho was an anti Semite. Which of course he was not but he said certain things that were politically incorrect. And Yes William. Buckley was certainly politically correct on certain subjects so having introduced him sort of with some biographical information. I'm GonNa Continue This episode number two twenty-five Happy Easter with Joe Sovereign With a column that he entitled the Optional. Jesus now here. He's attacking the reinvention of our Lord under the pompous title of distinguishing. The Christ of faith from the Jesus. History this is kind of a fad that came in and the sixties and seventies He points out. Of course that the so-called historical Jesus that these unbelievers and up with is about as a historical as somebody like Pinocchio or the state puffed marshmallow man in other words there on this this sort of our theory and quest to find the real Jesus the historical Jesus as opposed to Christ of Faith. Who's made up by religious people and their quest always leads them into something very much like what you think they would have made up. They made up. Jesus So this is originally published in nineteen ninety eight a when he was still syndicated. Still re Recess syndicated by Universal Syndicate. It was after he was can from National Review Interesting So this is Data to two thousand seven in edition that was published under in Sobre. Nhs He says this you might think it would be hard to claim. Jesus Christ. For the sexual revolution he did refuse to condemn a woman caught an adultery but with the Stern Proviso that she go and sin no more. He said that if you look at a woman with lust you've already committed adultery in your heart. He tightened up the Mosaic Law. That permitted divorce all of which offers little encouragement for swingers. Nevertheless the gay militant writer Terrence McNally has written a play depicting Christ as a sodomite though protests have forced its cancellation in a similar spirit Robert Funk founder of the Jesus Seminar wants to reject as inauthentic any sang at odds with his own up-to-date creed which espouses among other things quote responsible protected recreational sex between consenting adults and quote. Let me just say as an aside whether Andre. Here's an aside that The Jesus seminar was this notorious Nasty Assume intellectual gathering of a bunch of pompous leftist intellectuals who would go through the gospels and believe it or not using red balls and black balls decide. I think it was. Maybe it's black and white balls. Decide which utterances attributed to Christ in the Gospel wore authentic and which were not it was Sort of the red letter Jefferson Bible on steroids. And all of these guys made other imbeciles of themselves. I don't think it's around anymore. But it was all the rage during the ninety s when he wrote this. You're listening to Weei Congress in the crusade premium channel part of your network continuing with Joe Sober in here after two thousand years. The most unlikely people still want to claim Jesus for their side even when they aren't Christians and often it seems when they hate Christianity the usually say that the churches have twisted the simple original message of love superimposing layers of Dogma theology and repressive morality. Jesus was great but ever since Saint. Paul it's been downhill. What with Saint Augustine cotton mather and all those popes for the last two centuries a curious breed of Demi Christian has tried to. Disengage the historical Jesus from all that. Dogma and stuff what did Jesus really say and do the trouble? Is that nearly everything we know about? Jesus stems from the four gospels all of which were written by believers in the resurrection the central Dogma in a sense all classic Christian theology is the working out of the implications of the resurrection considered as the fact that the Christians insisted even under torture. It was Cindy. Guston himself said bluntly that without the Resurrection. Christianity was pointless. That hasn't stopped the hunt for the historical Jesus the presumably real figure behind the gospels. Since the only documents we have a test a life of miraculous deeds supernatural orientation and Eh scatological purpose. The belief that a strip down natural life of Jesus can be. Reconstructed is totally at odds with the records in her new book. The Human Christ the search for the historical Jesus Charlotte Allen tells. The story of the Long Campaign in which scholarship has blended with wishful thinking to find or fashion a series of historical Jesus. Who have turned out to be strikingly a historical in nineteen thousand nine George Tyrrell a modernist Catholic theologian observed that the historical Jesus of German scholars was actually quote the reflection of a liberal Protestant face seen at the bottom of a deep well and quote as an aside here Terrell was a modernist heretic. But he here shows that he at least had something of a sense of humor. I do hope you saved his soul. Eventually in other words says Alan quote the liberal researchers had found a liberal. Jesus the same can be said of the Jesus searches of every error. The DA's found the the romantics found the romantic the existential list's existential list and the liberationists. Ah Jesus of class struggle supposedly equipped with the latest critical and historical tools. The scientific quest for the historical Jesus has nearly always devolved into theology ideology and even autobiography end quote from Alan..

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"william f. buckley" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"william f. buckley" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"World is a complicated place he needs someone to expose the political fakers Sixers takers and cut through the mindless chatter and misdirection to help you make sense of that person Dan proft this is the Dan Prof you yeah and there's reason that the sainted William F. Buckley said half a century ago that he would rather be governed by the first one thousand people out of the Boston telephone book than the entire faculty at Harvard the reason the Harvard crimson is twenty twenty faculty survey series yeah ox flooring the political beliefs of Harvard professors they sent out to more than a thousand surveys too however faculty members got about two hundred and sixty respondents who are they supporting for president forty four percent of Harvard faculty members support Elizabeth Warren twenty percent support Bernie Sanders of the twenty six respondents three support trump in terms of where they you find them on the ideological spectrum according to them thirty eight percent very liberal forty one percent liberal nineteen percent moderate which means liberal and at one point four six percent conservative the institution regarded as you know routinely regards the best university in the country is it.

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

C-SPAN Radio

02:24 min | 2 years 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 | 2 years 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 KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"william f. buckley" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Because you can really dig in the thing you're gonna learn a lot about professor Dershowitz you didn't know before by the way as a side people try to jump ahead of my interviews on Sunday the bring them on their own TV shows are right it's not gonna work it's a matter of chemistry how I do the show and how individuals answer and how I follow up it just isn't 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 so they're 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 energy into the future it's a complete bust it's a complete past but 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 they must be paying a lot of money wolf Blitzer honestly I never knew of wolf Blitzer before he was on scene and did you Mister producer 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 on the line project the veritas demonstrated they must fall into line or they're not gonna be around very long on MSNBC you have the bomb throws on the 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 NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"william f. buckley" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"That wasn't even the internet with Reagan he is strictly overcame the mainstream media of the day without any conservative William F. Buckley is National Review magazine and then Emeterio came along with American spectrum that was pretty much it Edward but Reagan was able to do that by going over their heads and see an appealing directly to the American people with the power of his communication skills and his his charisma my my my point to you is is that and it's it's your call is demonstrating the tough challenge I have given myself because I'm not on a ledge yet you think I am you think I'm at my wit's end pulling my hair out about near the end of things and I'm not my my concern is that not enough people are yet fully aware of what we face remember what triggered me and I'll read it to you again it's this line if these protests miss things like Nike if it ever takes hold in mainstream American life we're in real trouble as though it's not yet a problem but if this stuff ever gets into the mainstream no we got a real problem I I think we're confronted by the problem today and have been for years it's not any longer something that's gonna happen if we don't do something about it it's not something that's destined to become front and center five years an hour ten years yeah it's right now we are dealing with it right now and yeah I don't care how big or small it is we know it's not the majority of the country yet but the mainstream media makes it look every day light it is and if that keeps up people are just going to make the assault look at how many of you believed that trump just decided to give up on this censorship question in the census certainly believe it's everywhere that somebody in that somebody in the D. O. J.'s that it what we've got renegades in the DOJ who are undermining trump every day but we don't stop and think that might be going on here we just accept what we see at first then we get corrected human nature you hear it yes see yet your read it you believe it will come along here in the segment I gotta go bill thanks for the call I appreciate it we're coming back they will hold back.

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

The Steve Deace Show

03:34 min | 2 years ago

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

"But like, none of the biting social comment. Gary now, it's just it's just obscene. It's just smut. It doesn't have anything smart to tell you. You know what I'm saying? Because we're we we are we're we're well past like all of their storylines with the exception of, you know, some reporter getting thrown in front of a train we have already eclipsed the storylines for house of cards. This is this is that's what's happening in Virginia right now. All of this makes me think about that one episode. You did quite some time ago early in the Trump presidency. When you did you talk about the show all the time, but you did a whole show, basically as my job is to be a reviewer of fictional content. You remember that you did? I mean, that's that's what I'm thinking of how many of what was happening and how actually going on. What could they give us next? What's the next story line? It is. Which is what a soap opera, those soap operas nothing ever goes on rarely does in every once in a while the one character dies and comes back from the dead. And they have to do that every once in a while to get you back in for another year of the banal happening over and over and over again. I mean, there should be a referendum on the books. Right. Quick in Virginia. Just throw everybody out and do a full fledged national review founder who's William F. Buckley, just the random people from the phone book. It it's infinitely better than this farce. Yeah. What's really funny is that like three months ago, we were at least feels like three months ago when governor north them and delegate TRAN we're making their comments about late term, third trimester abortions and infanticide? It was very very in the early stages starting to. Actually have substantive conversation. Actually, they gave us a gift in our lap to be able to start to force start to force a conversation. Start to force an argument that they don't want to have you started to see that. I put that video of Nancy Pelosi yesterday asking being asked about north comments. And there are few other congress men and women who were asked about north comments and infanticide. And it was the same Democrats. Same thing every time. Oh, I don't know what he's talking about. I didn't hear those comments. It's completely meaningless. I'm not saying necessarily, it certainly seems I wouldn't put it past them. And I don't wanna step too much next next hour of fake news or not. But it's just. When we are so susceptible to being led astray and to be like the dog from up squirrel when we are so susceptible to that when we are giving gifts just plopped in our latte laps to be able to force the other sides to have arguments real existential arguments that was a real argument that was starting last week and that we were just kicking butt on. I thought at least as much as we can. Now, it's all about now. It's all about the governor's racist. And the Lieutenant governors governors me too. Governors implicating the governor. Now, they think somebody else inside job before the day is up guys. We're going to be talking about Trump wants to sign an executive order national emergency to build a wall. And we'll forget all about Lynn less than a week..

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"william f. buckley" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

06:39 min | 3 years ago

"william f. buckley" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Worse outcomes that have really come to personify this country's. Efforts in the Middle East over the last thirty or forty years as well as many others who try and play kingmaker in a land where tribes different sects and other factions of different plans, Fred I won't belabor the redaction except to ask you, would you say that they substantially changed the story that you've told in Beirut rules or are these more about arcane details who significance would be lost on average reader. Jim. It's really an interesting question. I don't think it takes away from the story and in reality from a transparency perspective, both salmon, I wanted the reader to see exactly what the government redacted and process wise to show a little light on that this came from the CIA publications review board, and basically they parse off relative portions and send it to the FBI to admit to the DOD, and they cobble them all back together. And they give them back to to the authors. And then we submitted to two in this case Berkeley Random House for review and New York decided that they wanted to keep all of the reductions, and so the reader would see exactly what the government removed. It says I say I I've seen these before. But not in the course of. Doing this program goes back to a much earlier life of of my own. Samuel Katz gives you could a little outline of just who William Buckby wasn't a who who don't know. We're not talking, of course, about William F. Buckley, the conservative commentator and publisher of our talking about William Buckley. The CIA station chief in Beirut, Lebanon. You mentioned the other William Buckley because he at one point was also the employee of the CIA and the paychecks of the two men sometimes were mixed up with one another as we found out in the research, but our Bill Buckley, William F, Buckley. The CIA station. Was someone who wasn't part of the greatest generation he missed the second World War by a few years, but he was damn near close to being a cut from that cloth. He volunteered to serve in Korea. He wasn't the First Cavalry Division was awarded the silver star. And even after the army where he kind of worked in odd jobs. He was a investigator. He was a librarian he was always attracted to serving this country. And he went back into the army into the special forces. He he joined the Central Intelligence Agency. And he displayed a unique talent. And being a paramilitary officer someone who would build indigenous forces from nothing into being a capable and potent ally of US forces nations around the world, and he was he was not the. James BOND that we've come to note in Hollywood, and he wasn't the the George smiley from McCurry novels. She was a patriot low key. A Massachusetts native who who had that very specific New England's demeanor about him. And he was a true in quiet professional. Back into seventies and eighties. And even today. We are all protected by quite professionals like Bill Buckley who sacrifice a hell of a lot serving very far from home in some very dangerous places. One eight six six five zero JIMBO our number one eight six six five zero five four six two six. Now, there's another name that needs to come up one that I'd never heard before a young terrorist in I'll just have to butcher the name. So you could get it straight. I guess he Bod moved via. Was really was that close. All right. Who is this person? I guess read. Go ahead. Muggy was if you imagine the Carlos the jackal, Osama bin Laden and Allie Haas on Saleh may the red prints. Nia was a master terrorist. And he was an individual that for many many years. We knew was responsible for the first US embassy bombing nineteen eighty three in Beirut. And then we we would subsequently piece together during that time frame when I was hired in the in the mid nineteen eighties that this character Mugniyah seem to have his hand in everything from the hijacking of TWA, eight forty seven and the and the killing of the US navy diver Robert Stethem to the second embassy bombing in Beirut as well as the marine bombing in Beirut, and in the US embassy bombing in Kuwait, and so we had very little intelligence on him. I can vividly recall having a grainy passport photograph of him. And we were trying to identify exactly who he was. And he was always tourist. Three steps ahead of us. And and this was a guy that we could never put, you know, a name to for many years. But he was you know, I I can vividly recall the time period. Like if you fast forward to the World Trade Center bombing the first time, we knew we had this this group of Afghan era of, but we really didn't know who they were. And it turned out to be all Qaeda and Email. Mughniyeh's case we had this group that had had identified themselves as the Islamic Jihad organization, which in essence turned out to be Hezbollah which was a tool of Iran, so Iran, where the puppet masters controlling Hezbollah, and they had this master terrorist, and and plotter by the name of E NIA. One eight six six five O, JIMBO one eight six six five zero five four six two six. We'll come back, and we'll tell some more of the story again, we heard a long time ago, but we didn't hear nearly as much about it as there is to be told Beirut rules Samuel Katz..

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